Built in 1918, the Warmley Signal Box is a Grade II listed building, which was last used to support freight trains in 1968.
The two storey building looks like a wooden shed on two levels, and still houses the original mechanisms, levers and weights for the railway signals.
The Signal Box has just undergone a full refurbishment and now has electricity, lighting and a brand new viewing platform.
It has a garden and there is also a free car park, toilets and a café nearby.
The Warmley Signal Box is steeped in history and is centrally placed in the Warmley community.
It sits between the Priority Neighbourhoods of Staple Hill, Cadbury Heath and Kingswood and is easily accessible from all these areas.
Please get in touch for more information and up to date costs to hire the Box.
Telephone: 01454 863817
Post: Community Spaces, SGC – Streetcare, PO Box 2081, Council Offices, Castle Street, Thornbury BS35 9BJ
Are you looking for an eye-catching venue with good footfall to run a roadshow, consultation or hold an event?
Warmley Signal Box may be just the place!
The Signal Box is available for hire and is an ideal venue for community events, business events, group meetings, parties, or a workspace for local businesses.
Although it has limited space inside it’s surrounded by a lockable fenced area, which is handy for gazebos, displays and other equipment.
The small community garden next to the Signal Box is a little oasis for visitors to spill over into for relaxed, outside events.
The Signal Box is conveniently situated at the side of the Bristol and Bath Railway Path and the A420 with a small public car park and public toilets a few metres away.
The railway path attracts a fantastic number of visitors – two or three thousand on a good day, even in Winter – travelling on foot and bicycle or visiting the Waiting Room café, which is open throughout the year for tea, coffee and sandwiches.
Warmley Signal Box, London Road, Warmley BS30 5JB