>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Western Signal Eastern Signal
Bell: Safetran Type 3 E Bell Siemens E Bell
Base: WCH Single Sided WCH Single Sided
LED Types: Four Harmon Fading LEDs Four Harmon Fading LEDs
Light Frames: Four 12"x24" Safetran frames Four 12"x24" Safetran frames
Junction Box: Harmon Harmon
Gate Lights: 4" RECO 4" RECO
Gate Mechanism: US&S Model 95 Style 2 US&S Model 95 Style 2
Gate Striping: /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
Crossbuck font: Normal font Normal font
Bell Cycle: Unknown Unknown

Pictures 1-17 were taken on September 29, 2007, by chicagorailfan@yahoo.com.
Pictures 18-46 were taken on October 23, 2019, by Tommy McGowan.
This crossing is located on the CN Leithton Sub, formerly the EJ&E Western Sub.

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A view of both signals. Both have Harmon 12"x24" with Harmon L.E.D. lights and two US&S E Bells.

Looking North at Washington St. and the L.E.D. wayside signal.
Looking South, you can see the lights for the UP coal train and Ann Street and Grace.

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Backlit view of the Harmon L.E.D. lights.
The relay case with the DOT number on it.
An all red signal here...

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...which now is red/red/amber. (All L.E.D. lights)
Looking south, the train approaches.
The signals activate. The bells are not as loud as average.

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The train crossing after 1 minute.

Take a look at the logo on the junction box. A new logo for Harmon possibly?

Between 2007 and 2019, the light frames on both signals were oddly replaced with Safetran ones, also with Harmon Fading LEDs inside them. Both US&S E Bells were also replaced with a Safetran Type 3 and Siemens E Bell.

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Overview of the updated signals facing east. Overview facing west.
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The western signal.
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The eastern signal.
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The relay bungalow in the northwest quadrant. The grade is all rubber. Track view facing north towards Washington St. #2. Track view facing south towards Ann St.
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The wayside signal protecting the diamonds

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