MP:  0008.63

 

Created December 25, 2016

 

Total Accidents:   3
Crossing DOT #:  340367H
TOTAL DAILY TRAINS:   27   (AS OF 2014)

 

Page created by: freebrickproductions

 

This crossing is located on the CSX Atlanta Terminal Subdivision.

 

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Yep, this crossing is also a quiet zone. Just like all of the other active crossings in Smyrna.
Overviews of the crossing.

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The first signal.
It has a Safetran base.
A Safetran gate mechanism.

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A warning sticker for overhead wires.
The emergency information.
This signal has a pair of Safetran 12x24 inch lights with Dialight ball LEDs.

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The bell on this signal is a Safetran Type-3 electronic bell.
This signal has RECO LED gate lights.
The second signal.

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It has a Safetran base.
Another Safetran gate mechanism.
This signal has another pair of Safetran 12x24 inch lights with Dialight ball LEDs.

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This signal has more RECO LED gate lights.
The third signal.
It has a Safetran base.

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Yet another Safetran gate mechanism.
The emergency information.
This signal has two pairs of Safetran 12x24 inch lights with Dialight ball LEDs.

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This signal has another Safetran Type-3 electronic bell.
This signal has even more RECO LED gate lights.
The fourth signal.

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It has a Safetran base.
A fourth Safetran gate mechanism.
This signal has a fifth pair of Safetran 12x24 inch lights with Dialight ball LEDs.

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This signal has another set of RECO LED gate lights.
The relay case.
Track view looking east.
Track view looking west towards Paradise Shoals Road.

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The crossing activates!
A CSX SD70MAC leads a northbound through the crossing.

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The train passes and the gates begin to rise.

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The crossing activates again!

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This time the train is a southbound mixed freight with an SD40-3 leading!

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The train passes and the gates rise once again.

 

 

 

This crossing is in a quiet zone. Trains cannot blow their horns at this crossing.

 

All pictures and the videos were taken on 10-14-16.