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The DOT tag for the crossing.
An overview of the crossing.
A look at one of the signals.

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All lights are 12"x20" Safetran incandescent lights, with a GS Type 1 electronic bell.

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A rear view of the signal.

Views of the other signal, identical in nature to the other signal, except for the bell.

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Views of the 12"x20" Safetran incandescent lights.
The bell here is a dead Safetran mechanical bell.

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The relay case with a bit of graffiti on it.

 

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A return trip to the crossing by Elliot Hammerstone shows some changes to the crossing.
This is the signal with the GS Type 1.

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This signal is still the same, with a Safetran base.

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This was the signal with the Safetran mechanical bell.
It has another Safetran base.
The gate mechanism is still from Safetran.

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This signal still retains the Safetran 12x20 inch lights.
The dead Safetran bell was replaced with a GS Type 2 e-bell.
The gate lights are from NEG.
A side view of the signal.

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Track views.
The relay case has had a second relay case added next to it.

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The two relay cases are connected.
The block signal next to the crossing.

 

 

Pictures 1-13 were taken on 12-14-08 by an unknown person.

The video was taken by Yoshi the Railfanner on 8-1-15.

Pictures 14-36 were taken by Elliot Hammerstone on 1-2-16.