MP:  24.30, 28.50

 

Created August 15, 2008

 

Total Accidents:   0
Crossing DOT #s:  867564F, 511750W
TOTAL DAILY TRAINS:   24   (AS OF 2002 & 2010)

 

Page created by: Rich Owens.

These pictures were taken on June 29, 2008.

 

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This crossing is seperate from the crossing below. It looks like it should be a double crossing, but isn't. 1 is the overview of GT's crossing. It has the GRS LEX-C plastic lights, and a GRS gate mechanism. One of the plastic lights is cracked, shown in picture 5.

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The cracked lighthead.
A GS electronic bell.
Rear view.
Northeast view.

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Southwest view.
Rear view of opposite gated signal. It has 3 GRS plastic lights, and 1 WRRS 8" light.
Close-up of the GRS gate mechanism.
Close-up of lights.

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13 is the North side signal. 14 is the crossing overview from the North side looking South. 15 is the relay case for GT's signals.

 

 

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This crossing is owned by NS. It functions seperate from the GT crossing, but it should have a gate on the left signal pictured above in 16. The gate should be moved from the signal in picture 13 to the left signal in 16.

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The south mast signal on NS's line.
It has a WCH mechanical bell. 19 is a close up of the WCH/WRRS 8" lights.
Close-up of logo.

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21-24 are the North side signal. It is identical to the South side signal.

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25 is the crossing overview looking South. 26 is the ID tag, while 27 is the relay case for NS's signals.

 

Each crossing gets 12 daily trains, according to the FRA.