All photos taken by Tommy McGowan.

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Looking east.
Looking west.
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The western signal has a GS type 2 e bell and WRRS mast.
Safetran base.
Safetran 12"x20" incandescants.
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The eastern signal with all Safetran equipment (except for WRRS mast.)
A Safetran hybrid bell!
And a base.

Pictures 1-8 taken March 24, 2008.


CLICK THE ICON TO THE LEFT TO HEAR THE CROSSING IN ACTION.
(RECORDED July 14, 2008)



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A return visit on January 9, 2009 finds brand new signals.The old eastern signal lays on the ground.
The old base for the eastern signal.
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The western signal also lays on the ground.
The old GS type 2 e bell now retired.
Old relay bunaglow on the right, new one on the left.

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Here's an overview of the crossing from December 5, 2009.  More detailed pictures are found below.

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The crossing is closed!  Not for repairs, but permanently!  It was closed in Fall 2010.
Looking west at the closed crossing.
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The western signal.
12" Dialight LEDs.
Inside 12"x24" US&S frames.
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A US&S model 95 gate mechanism.
The gate has 4" RECO LEDs.
The bell is a GS type 2 e bell.
Back view of the signal.
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The newer eastern signal.
This also has 12" Dialights in 12"x24" US&S frames.
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US&S Model 95 gate mechanism.
This gate also has 4" RECO LEDs.
The newer bungalow.  The old one was taken out in April 2009.

Pictures 10-23 taken May 22, 2011.

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The signals are gone!
Here is the old western signal base.
The eastern signal base just standing.
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The old wooden grade has mostly been torn up as well.
The bungalow is still in place and its light is still on!

These pictures were taken on July 9, 2011.  The signals here were reused and are now at Division St. #2.
Also in June 2009, the telegraph poles were taken out.