Signalling included a signal box, semaphore signals, two aspect signals and telegraph poles.

The semaphore signal consisted of a post diecast in the white metal alloy zamak. On this was mounted either a red home signal or a yellow distant signal arm. An elaborate design meant that this could be operated by a small handle at the base, which was connected to the arm by a steel wire. Turning the arm could raise or lower the signal. The post was painted white and the handle was a black plastic. They were sold in a pack of three or combined with a signal box.

Later, a two aspect electric signal was produced. Again, diecast and painted white, with a green and red coloured reflector for the lights. These came two in a pack.

The signal box was two stories, with a brick locking room on the ground and a shiplap operating room above. Access to the latter was via an external staircase. The roof was tiled, with a single chimney. Bricks and tiles were painted red, the wooden shiplap and access door was painted white. This was made in the white metal alloy zamak.

Telegraph poles were moulded in a black plastic. These were sold with fences.