Pictures 1-54 were taken on May 6, 2020.
Pictures 55-57 were taken on May 13, 2020.
Pictures 58-61 were taken on October 28, 2020.
Pictures 62-65 were taken on March 24, 2021.
All pictures were taken by Tommy McGowan.
This scrap yard is located on the east side of DeKalb not too far from the 10th St. crossing.

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These are the old signals from Meredith Rd. in Elburn, even though they weren't even 6 years old.
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Some old foundations and cantilever pieces.
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More random pieces including a signal from Loves Rd. in Cortland.
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This cantilever came from a crossing in Maywood, IL.
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The cantilever in Picture 15 came from either Route 23 or Route 38 here in DeKalb. Picture 17 is the signal from Loves Rd. again.
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More random singals and relay cases.
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Picture 23 is another cantilever from 23 or 38 in DeKalb. Also, some older wayside signals.
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The mast with the lights still retains its old incandescent lenses. I wonder if this came from 9th St. in Rochelle when that signal was replaced way back in 2002.
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Not sure where this WCH mast came from. Probably either County Line Rd. in Maple Park or Somonauk Rd. in Cortland.
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Lots of old gate mechanisms laying around.
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A newer Siemens mechanism laying on the ground.
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Moving on to old relay bungalows.
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Bungalows from Meredith Rd. and Transit St.
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Some wrap up pictures, plus another set of parts fenced off just north of the main scrap yard.
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By May 13th, the signals from Meredith Rd. were seen on the ground. I don't think these were ever reused.
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By October 28th, more relay cases and bungalows were seen here, including 4th St. in Malta and Howard Rd. in Maple Park.
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In March 2021, we see the yard was just about cleared out. Most of the stuff was probably scrapped. However, there were some crossbucks seen in the yard, probably from Rollo.

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