Pictures 1-19 were taken on October 15, 2015.
Pictures 20-23 were taken on November 6, 2016.
Pictures 24-32 were taken on September 5, 2017.
All pictures were taken by Tommy McGowan.
This crossing is located on a spur coming off of the W&LE Hartland Sub and leads to a grain elevator just north of the crossing.

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Overview of 2 crossbucks with stop signs facing south on Baker St.
Overview facing north on Baker St.
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The northern Baker St. crossbuck.
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The southern Baker St. crossbuck.
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Overview of 2 crossbucks with yield signs facing east on Broad St.
Overview facing west on Broad St.
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The western crossbuck.
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The eastern crossbuck.
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The grade is all wooden.
Track view facing south at Monroe St. #2.
Track view facing north toward the end of the line.
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In November 2016, we see yield signs for Broad St. were replaced with stop signs, so now all 4 crossbucks have stop signs.
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In September 2017, we see the northern crossbuck on Baker St. and the western crossbuck on Broad St. had their DOT signs replaced.  The other 2 crossbucks still retain their original signs.  I also included a little comparison between the 2 in Picture 32.