MP:  Unknown

 

Created December 25, 2016

 

Total Accidents:   Unknown
Crossing DOT #:  Unknown
TOTAL DAILY TRAINS:   Unknown  

 

Page created by: freebrickproductions

 

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Overviews of the double crossing.

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The first signal.
It has a Progress Rail base.
The gate mechanism is from WCH.

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The lights are all WCH 12x24 inch lights with Harmon LEDs.
The gate lights are from NEG. This one is damaged.

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The second signal.
It has a Modern Industries base.
This signal has a US&S Model 75 gate mechanism!

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The lights are a mixture of Safetran and Modern Industries 12x24 inch lights, both with Harmon LEDs.
This signal has more NEG gate lights.

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The third signal.
It has an unmarked base.

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This signal has all Modern Industries 12x24 inch lights with Harmon LEDs.
The bell on this signal is a Modern Industries mechanical bell.

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The fourth signal.
It has another Modern Industries base.

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This signal has another mixture of Safetran and Modern Industries 12x24 inch lights, all with Harmon LEDs.
The fifth signal.

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It has yet another Modern Industries base.
This signal has another US&S Model 75 gate mechanism!
This signal has all Modern Industries 12x24 inch lights with Harmon LEDs.

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This signal has another Modern Industries mechanical bell.
This signal has even more NEG gate lights.
The relay case.

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Some information on the side of it, but no DOT number.
Looking north along the active tracks.
Looking south along the active tracks.
Looking north along the abandoned tracks.

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Looking south along the abanoned tracks towards the Private Crossing.

 

This crossing does not appear to have a DOT number assigned to it from looking at the FRA's website. I have no clue who owns and/or operates this crossing, how many trains it sees, and if it has had any accidents at it.

 

All pictures were taken on 8-10-16.