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Llwyn Cadwgan
The whistle board on the Up direction approach to Llwyn Cadwgan user-worked level crossing, near Dyffryn Ardudwy station on the Cambrian Coast Line. Of Great Western Railway pattern, the letters "SW" stand for "sound whistle". (Photo taken 19 March 2010, by Danny Scroggins)

A standard whistle board at Lingfield on the East Grinstead line, on the approach to Park Farm footpath crossing. (Photo taken 18 August 2014)

A 'continuous' whistle board situated one mile (1.6 km) west of Locheilside station on the Mallaig line. (Photo taken 8 June 2013)

This whistle board on the Down direction approach to Penrhiwtyn user-worked level crossing (between Briton Ferry and Neath) is unusual for having a red border. (Photo taken 25 August 2011, by Dave Hugglestone)

This whistle board beyond the end of Platform 1 at Cardross station carries a supplementary plate with the word "stopping", to indicate that it only applies to trains stopping at the station. (Photo taken 30 September 2019)