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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!

 

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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