The St. Lawrence & Atlantic operates over this crossing as well.

 

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Facing East.

Facing North.

You can see a train on the right track.

Facing South.

 

You can see a 12"x24" crossing in the background of picture 1.

 

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Facing West.
There's a train near the crossing!
The crossing in action with a flagger!

 

The mechanical bell you see on picture 4 is a WRRS bell, that's barely clinging to life.

 

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The relay case is open for some odd reason.
The third engine has been put off in a siding in the distance.

 

Pictures 1 - 8 were taken on November 7, 2006.


CLICK THE ICON TO THE LEFT TO HEAR THE CROSSING IN ACTION.
(RECORDED DECEMBER 8, 2006; THIS BELL IS IN PRETTY BAD SHAPE)



 


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Just for kicks, both signals along with track views were taken on July 12, 2007, although the quality looks like it was taken from a cell phone. Not a good idea to take pictures from a cell phone.

 

A return trip to the crossing on 7-11-14 shows the crossing has had quite the upgrade!

 

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Overview.
Both gated signals use US&S Model 95 gate mechanisms.
All signals have US&S 12x20 inch lights with RSI LEDs.
This signal has a US&S electronic bell and an extra pair of lights.

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Overview looking the other way.
A US&S 5 inch base!
A view of the lights showing the RSI LEDs.
The third signal.

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It has an NEG electronic bell.
Track views. The new relay case can be seen in Picture 22.

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The crossing was caught in action on 7-15-16.
A train goes through the crossing.

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The train passes and the gates rise.

 

 

The above video was recorded on 7-15-14 by Crossingman18. The bells weren't functional at the time.