These pictures were taken on September 3, 2008 by TrainmanKight.

 

NOTE: As of this update, this crossing was already closed for several years, and was never updated for being defunct until I discovered this crossing was closed.

 

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Overview of both sides of the crossing.
This signal has no bell.
The gate is rather close to power lines...

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The lights are 12"x20" Safetran incandescents.
Facing SouthWest.
Facing NorthEast.

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Here's the other signal, identical to the other, except this one has a GS Type 2 electronic bell that rings from startup to when the gates rise. Both gate mechanisms are from Safetran.
The relay case.

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The signals start up for a train!

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The tip gate light is a 4" incandescent, and the other two are 4" L.E.D. lights.

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Also taken the same day, check this out! This is a video screenshot of a RJ Corman train coming off a spur line, and not waiting 20 seconds for the signals to start up like the FRA law requires. The signals started up about 2 seconds before the train passed the left signal in the picture, and didn't want to wait for the gates to begin to move before crossing.

 

If there's any consolation, the train did sound its horn properly, warning people that it was coming, however with the signals starting late as they did, I'm just glad there were no accidents here.

 

You can view a Youtube video of the incident here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j850fvCgQ-8
Advance to 1 minute 20 seconds to see just what this train did (or didn't) do.