North-West Australian Iron Ore Railways (Hamersley Iron/Mount Newman) (current 'CEO' of the Consolidated Shales Heavy-Haul Railway) - South African & Australian Electric Locomotives - The South African Sishen-Saldahna Bay (OREX) Line and Richards Bay Coal Operation - The Queensland Coal Operation - Industrial/Steelworks (Current 'CEO' of RHYDWYN FAWR STEEL) - BR(WR) Diesel Hydraulic Locos - BR(SR) Class 33, 73, & Booster-Electric Locos - BR and Pre-BR EMUs - Bulleid Loco-Hauled Coaches - Thompson, Stanier (Porthole), Collett, and BR Mk1 Coaches and vans (Permanent 0 scale layout now under construction) - The London Underground Pre-1969 (possible future 00 exhibition layout under construction) - Stewarts Lane, Kensington (Olympia) and the West London Line 1948-1983 - The 'Woodhead' Route 1952-1981 (Builder of the former Fisher Street-Victoria Bridge MR 1982-87) - Signalling Worldwide (30 years experience in the British signalling grades on the West London Line and in Cornwall, and, former Manager at York IECC (now retired!) - Electronics - Mechanical and Electro-Mechanical Interlockings - I'm afraid, I'm not really a steam enthusiast , and apart from the Class 444 EMUs I'm into absolutely nothing British after 'sectorisation' in the early 1980s!.......... These days if anything, I consider myself to be more of an 'operating' person!
There were two sidings on the down side on the eastern side of the level crossing opposite the box. They formerly gave access into a goods shed - The Chacewater cement train sometimes detached a few 'Vanfits' there! :-)