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Mixed signals: the Victorian summer house with a special story

This summer house used to be a railway signal box. Credit: ITV Border

A Victorian signal box has a new calling - it's now a summer house in Wigton.

The box is nearly 150 years old, and was used in the 19th century to direct trains between Maryport and Carlisle.

It has been brought back to life by the Wilson family, who rescued it from the roadside.