Northern Signal
Southern Signal
Safetran Hybrid Bell
Base: Safetran
Main Lights: 2 pairs of 12"x24" Safetran incandescents
3 pairs of 12"x24" Safetran incandescents
Gate Lights: 4" RECO LEDs
Gate Mechanism: Safetran
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Crossbuck font
Normal font
Normal font
Bell Cycle: N/A
Rings only while the gates are lowering

All pictures were taken on September 23, 2016.
The video was taken on October 21, 2016.
All pictures and video were taken by Tommy McGowan.
This crossing is located on the CSX New Castle Sub.

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The northern signal.
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The southern signal.  I'm not sure how this got a hybrid bell.  When the signals were new this had a GS Type 1.  It's also even more odd because this line is ex B&O, not Conrail. It would've made more sense to have it on Kniffin St. #1.
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The relay bungalow in the northeast quadrant.
The grade is wood and asphalt.
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Track view facing west towards Town Line Rd. #1.  Across the diamonds begins the Willard Terminal Sub.
Track view facing southwest on the connector with the Greenwich Sub towards Townsend St.
Track view facing east towards Route 13 #2.

In the video below, the crossing had a major malfunction; the light relay got stuck and the lights remained stuck for the entire sequence.  You'll notice however the gate lights on the southern signal still work just fine.  This crossing acts as a double crossing with Kniffin St. #1 and the gate lights on that signal are controlled by Kniffin St. #1's relays, not this crossings.  I think the problem fixed itself later, but no more trains came through on this line to confirm for certain.