Pictures 1-19 were taken by TrainmanKight.

Pictures 20-42 were taken by freebrickproductions.

 

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Here's a private crossing by the museum that has some pretty old, and new features to this crossing.

 

Picture 3 shows very, very rare "STOP" lights.

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The new feature to this crossing is a WCH electronic bell!

An overview from the other side of the crossing.

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Looks like the museum was painting the crossbuck, and didn't finish.

All 8" lights at this crossing have GRS 8" incandescent lights.

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Another view.
You're not seeing things. That really is the end of the line!
Going back the other way.

 

The reason why the line is so short in picture 11, is because this is a wye, and gets very, very little traffic.

Pictures 1-12 were taken on October 31, 2009.

 

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On October 23, 2010, TrainmanKight returns to the crossing, to find that the WCH electronic bell has been replaced with a Safetran mechanical bell!

The other signal that didn't have its paint finished is completed as well.

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A return trip on 10-8-16 by freebrickproductions doesn't show any new changes to the crossing.

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The first signal.
It has an old clamp-style base.

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The lights on this signal are still all GRS 8 inch lights.
Close-up of the cast-iron crossbuck.

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The second signal, which has the stop lights and bell.

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It has another old clamp-style base.
Close-ups of the stop lights, which were made by GRS!

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The 8 inch lights on this signal are all still from GRS as well.
This signal still has the cast-iron crossbuck.

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The Safetran mechanical bell is still here.
Track views.

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I believe this is the relay case.
A Spring Switch signal.