HC Deb 06 December 1934 vol 295 c1801
57. Lieut. - Commander TUFNELL

asked the Minister of Transport whether, in view of the danger to the general public of accommodation railway crossings, he will consider taking steps to set up systems of traffic lights to be operated by the approaching train at a distance, thus ensuring due warning in bad visibility?


While I have no power in this matter, I have nevertheless directed that my hon. Friend's suggestion should be brought to the notice of inspecting officers appointed to hold inquiries into accidents at accommodation crossings, and any recommendations on the subject which they may make in their reports will be conveyed to the proper quarter.