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This is an unusual crossing. The cantilever has clear 8" L.E.D. lights on the mast, and on the gate, and the cantilever part has 12"x20" clear L.E.D. lights. Quite weird. There is another mast flasher with all 8" L.E.D. lights in picture 3.

 

There are 2 mechanical bells on both signals. All signal parts (except probably the 12"x20" lights) are from WRRS.

 

Picture 2 faces North. Library Ave. is in the distance.

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Facing South.
An overview of the crossing.
The crossing in action!

 

The left light does work in picture 6 on the mast signal, but it's pointing downward.

 

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More action shots. Once again, the left light doesn't show up properly.

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The train crosses.

A closeup of one of the clear 8" L.E.D. lights.

 

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A return trip to the crossing on 7-12-14 shows no changes to the crossing.

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The first signal.
It has all WCH equipment.
The first pedestrian signal.

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It has a WCH gate mech as well.
The RACO cantilever is on the right.
Still got the WCH Clear LEDs.
The DOT number.

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The other WCH mechanical bell.
The second pedestrian signal, which has a WCH gate mech.
Track views.

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The relay case.
B&M 333 leads a train through the crossing.

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MEC 511 leads another train through the crossing on 7-14-14.

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The train passes and the gates rise.

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The train continues away from the crossing.

 

 

Pictures 1-5 were taken on November 8, 2006. Pictures 6-11 were taken on November 4, 2006. Pictures 12-32 were taken on July 12, 2014. Pictures 33-45 and the video were taken on July 14, 2014.


CLICK THE ICON TO THE LEFT TO HEAR THE CROSSING IN ACTION.
(RECORDED DECEMBER 8, 2006)

 

NOTE: THE HORN WORKED PERFECTLY BEFORE GETTING HERE. SOMEWHERE ALONG THE WAY, THE HORN EITHER GOT SOMETHING STUCK IN IT, OR IT BEGAN TO DIE.



 



CLICK THE ICON TO THE LEFT TO HEAR THE CROSSING IN ACTION.
(RECORDED JANUARY 26, 2007)