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Facing North.

The bell on this signal is a WCH mechanical bell.

Facing East. I-95 is in the distance.
Facing west. The relay case and the St. Lawrence Yard is in the distance.

 

All 12"x24" incandescent lights are from Safetran.

 

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Facing South.

This mechanical bell is from Safetran.

A Canadian National Railway manual control box!

 

According to the FRA, this crossing was signalized in 1997. Before that, the crossing was just crossbucks.

Pictures 1-5 were taken on December 5, 2006.


CLICK THE ICON TO THE LEFT TO HEAR THE CROSSING IN ACTION.
(RECORDED APRIL 23, 2007)



 


 

 

The video was taken on April 23, 2007.

 

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Facing North.
A Safetran 5" signal base on the north signal.
A close up of the 12X24 Safetran lights on the north signal.
The WCH mechanical bell on the north signal.
Facing South.
The crossing DOT on the South signal.
The 12X24 Safetran lights on the South signal.
The Safetran mechanical bell on the South signal.
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The relay case.
Facing West. A lot of green around the tracks.
Facing East. I-95 going over the tracks.
A defunct track side signal!
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A "NO TRESSPASSING" sign heading towards the St. Lawrence & Atlanic Rail Yard.

 

A return trip to the crossing in 2014 shows very little has changed, aside from both signals now having DOT's attached to them.

Pictures 6-18 were taken on July 13, 2014.

Page updated by Crossingman18 (Blackstorm18000@yahoo.com)