The typical tapered wooden signal post supplied to many railway companies. Cast in brass, a lamp bracket and motion plate are included, as is a peg for “planting” into the layout.
It is suitable for use with both upper and lower quadrant arms. When viewed from the front, the lamp bracket will be on the left-hand side for upper quadrant arms, and the right-hand side for lower quadrants.
A few may still be present on Network Rail today, although the majority will have been replaced by tubular steel posts (SN30).
(There is only one post per pack; the photo has two to show both the side and front aspects.)