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- n. A building, typically adjacent to or spanning a railway line, from where signals, points and (sometimes) level crossings are controlled.
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- n. a building from which signals are sent to control the movements of railway trains
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They left four tiny graves behind the signal box at Bahau and went on down the line carrying two litters of bamboo poles; the weakest children took turns in these.