MP:  20.42

 

Created November 25, 2021

 

Total Accidents:   0
Crossing DOT #:  244804N
TOTAL DAILY TRAINS:   6   (AS OF 2019)

 

Page created by: PlyingKibbles89


This crossing is located on the BNSF Front Range Subdivision.

 

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Overview of the crossing.
The first signal.
It has a Harmon base.

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A Harmon gate mechanism!
The emergency info.
The lights here are Harmon 12x20 inch incandescent lights.

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The lone bell here is a General Signals type 2 electronic bell.
This signal uses RECO gate lights.
The second signal.

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It also has a Harmon base.
A Siemens gate mechanism.
The emergency info.

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The lights over here are more Harmon 12x20 inch incandescent lights.
This signal also uses RECO gate lights.

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The third signal.
It has a Harmon base.
Another Harmon gate mechanism!

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The lights are a pair of Harmon 12x20 inch incandescent lights.
This signal also has RECO gate lights.
The fourth signal.

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It also has a Harmon base.
Yet another Harmon gate mechanism!
The lights are a pair of Harmon 12x20 inch incandescent lights.

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This signal has even more RECO gate lights.
Track view looking south towards Griffith St.
Track view looking north towards Baseline Rd. near Lafayette.

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The relay case.
This crossing is being upgraded! There were new bases installed.
The new relay case.

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A return trip on 08-12-21 shows the new signals installed. During this time, they were testing the new radar detection system.

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A return trip on 08-22-21 shows the new signals fully active.
The first new signal.

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It has a Siemens base.
A Siemens gate mechanism.
The emergency info,
The lights here are...

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...Safetran 12x24 inch lights with Dialight Ball LEDs.
The bell here is a General Signals type 3 electronic bell.
A radar detection sensor.

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This signal uses RECO LED gate lights.
The second new signal.
It also has a Siemens base.

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An older Siemens gate mechanism, likely a reused one.
The emergency info.
The lights over here are more Safetran 12x24 inch lights with Dialight Ball LEDs.

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The bell here is another General Signals type 3 electronic bell.
Another radar sensor.
This signal also uses RECO LED gate lights.

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The third new signal.
It has a Siemens base.
Another Siemens gate mechanism.

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The lights are a pair of Safetran 12x24 inch lights with Dialight Ball LEDs.
The bell is another General Signals type 3 electronic bell.
This signal has even more RECO LED gate lights.

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The fourth signal.
It has a Siemens base.
Another Siemens gate mechanism.

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It also has a pair of Safetran 12x24 inch lights with Dialight Ball LEDs.
Another General Signals type 3 electronic bell.
Even more RECO LED gate lights.

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The fifth and sixth signals.
They both have Siemens bases...

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...Siemens gate mechanisms...
...Safetran 12x24 inch lights with Dialight Ball LEDs...

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...and RECO LED gate lights.

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One of them has a radar sensor.
The seventh and eighth signals.
They both have Siemens bases...

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...Siemens gate mechanisms...
...Safetran 12x24 inch lights with Dialight Ball LEDs...

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...and RECO LED gate lights.

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One of the signals also has a radar sensor.
Track views.

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The new relay case, this time, hooked up.


Pictures 1-40 were taken on 08-04-21.
Pictures 41-48 and the video were taken on 08-12-21.
Pictures 49-117 were taken on 08-22-21.