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8" incandescant at this crossing. There are 2 WRRS mini mechanical bells as well. The lights are made by GRS. The gate motors are made by WRRS/GRS.

Facing North. This is the last crossing North of Auburn.
Facing South. You can see Hampshire St. in the distance.

 

Pictures 1-4 were taken on November 4, 2006.


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



 


Facing Southeast.
8" GRS incandescant lights on the Southeast signal.
The GRS/WRRS model 10 gate mechanism on the Southeast signal.
The WRRS mini-bell on the Southeast signal.
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Facing Northwest. There's some graffiti on the mechanism arm.
8" GRS incandescant lights on the Northwest signal.
An old MEC DOT card!
The WRRS mini-bell on the Northwest signal.
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A WRRS lantern gate light still standing!
The relay case.
Facing South. Hampshire St. in the distance.
Facing North, heading towards Lewiston.

 

A return trip to the crossing in 2014 shows nothing has changed to the crossing itself, other than the gate lights being replaced. However, the building that once stood in pictures 2, and 4 has been torn down and the area is now wide open.

 

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Pan Am Railways high hood MEC 382 rolls North through the crossing, and the gates go up in picture 20. Picture 19 you can see the last standing WRRS lantern gate light illuminated as the train goes through.

 

 

Pictures 5-16 were taken on July 10th, 2014

Pictures 17-20 and the video were taken on July 26th, 2014

Page updated by Crossingman18 (Blackstorm18000@yahoo.com)