Ask Northampton correspondent Alan; he will surely remember.
... (NOT Watts) that had a huge toy display (Dublo, Dinky, Meccano etc) in a shed "right through at the back".
A possible interwebnet source suffered from a similar brain cell malfunction.
There was an even better toy department in the basement of a store near the public library in Abington Street, but I've forgotten the name. Johnson's?
One of the highlights of one particular Christmas (1957) was the brand new Castle class loco.
But it does explain the boxes.
Now if you want new signals today, you can get super swish kits from Ratio (part of Peco) ...
Fortunately, very few models need a gantry such as this!
Hence Dave's pictures. Google knows when and where they were snapped but not by whom. Although the Crete visit was in May 2014, the upload thingey has only just done so. It, poor demented program that it is, has tagged these snaps as "recent" arrivals.
Hence the offer (declined) of a Hersonissos slide show.
It's all very simple really????