King Williams Town is an important town on the secondary line from Blaney to Cookhouse, and still has twice daily passenger trains from nearby East London. It had a 32 lever frame but as with most lines with light traffic, all semaphore signalling was removed in the 1990s. However, unlike many locations, the impressive station building is still intact in December 2010.

This is the closest I could get to the signalling area as access to the station was resticted. I'm not sure if the frame is still intact in the old signal box.
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