Some snowy shots of this passive crossing on December 4, 2006.


Picture 2 faces SSW. Picture 3 faces NNE.


These pictures were taken on New Gloucester's first snowfall of the Winter season. The crossing used to be a dirt road around 1999 or 2000 with little traffic. It was upgraded to a paved road, and gets LOTS more traffic than it used to.


This crossing has been VERY lucky to not see any accidents. In fact, blackstorm18000@yahoo.com came very close to becoming the first accident. The visibility is very poor here. Signals need to get installed ASAP here!






On July 6, 2007, we find that Pan Am has left the crossing alone, and has not upgraded it yet.

In Picture 6, you see a train coming. There are no pictures of the train going across the crossing, although it did.


Facing Northwest.
WCH 12X24 2nd Gen LED lights on the Northwest signal.
A US&S E Bell on the Northwest signal!
The backside of the Southeast signal.
The Southeast signal also has a US&S E Bell!
Facing North-Northeast.
Facing South-Southwest.
The relay bungalow.


In 2014, Morse Rd FINALLY got signals! 2 mast signals with WCH 2nd Gen LED lights in 12X24 WCH housing and US&S E bells. A massive improvement from just the cross bucks and stop signs.



On July 11th, 2014 the same Guilford train from Hackett Rd came through Morse Rd going South. A video was captured here!



On July 14th, 2014 another freight train came through south with all Pan Am Railways power with GP40-2LW MEC 515 pulling the long train. Another video was captured here too.


Pictures 9-16 were taken on July 11th, 2014

Page updated by Crossingman18 (Blackstorm18000@yahoo.com)


Guilford Rail System B&M 333 going across Morse Rd


Pan Am Railways MEC 515 going across Morse Rd