Should be 37025 which note this is likely the last time you will see this machine down here for some while, it is going off lease from Colas and back to SRPS at Bo-ness. At least you still have the day stop over at Penzance to view it! Kind Regards Karl (Friends Of Penmere Station).
Roger Winnen / Roy Hart
Roy replies :- This is the spot allright, but not the box. I note that the picture dates from 1976: by that time the signal depot had been shut for about 8 years. GW signal depots were made up of
1. Old wooden signalboxes, re-erected.
2. Buildings made up of bits of old signal boxes, such as the characteristic windows
The building in the picture is a 2.
The Par signal depot was a collection of about 7 or 8 such huts and boxes. The old Pinnock Tunnel box (closed 1959) stood next to the main line. Old Blackwater West stood off the picture to the left. It was what the Signalling Record Society call a type 25. There was only one other like it in Cornwall: St Germans. It was, if you like, a wooden version of type 5 (Roskear/St Erth).