(courtesy of John Nicholson)After severe rationalisation in the area, a simple single lead junction, just to East Side, was retained and a much lesser signal provided as seen in the above photo by Peter Brackenbury. A post with the Up Starter to Fish Dock Road and Fish Dock Road fixed distant beneath, and on a bracket a subsidiary type signal for moves to East Side. With the level crossing replaced by the road flyover, and with little rail traffic to the docks in this period, there was little need to actually man the signalbox, so a "Block Switch" was installed so the box could be opened only as necessary. The Block Switch, when switched "Through" would pass block instrument communications straight between Pasture Street (By then the next box still in use towards Grimsby Town) and Fish Dock Road. The main line running signals would be left "Pulled Off" in both directions.