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K 185

RAILWAY TELEPHONE
AS USED ON ALL THE PRINCIPAL RAILWAYS IN GREAT BRITAIN

Long Distance
Railway Telephone for Signal Cabins

Specially constructed with Relay for Long Line or Bridge Signalling. With two Receivers, Lightning Arrestors, Induction Coil and Hunningscone Deckert Microphone.

Cost in 1904 was 4.15.0

NOTE - The above have been designed according to the requirements and suggestions of the most prominent Railway Engineers in the Kingdom.

Similar to K180 which only has one receiver.

Supplied to the LRSC Railway Co. (information from an annotation found in a copy of the Peel Conner Illustrated Telephone Catalogue, 9th edition, belonging to the cabinet works).


Taken from the G.E.C. Illustrated Telephone Catalogue 9th edition (1904)

 
 
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