Pictures 1-45 and the audio were taken by TrainmanKight on March 21, 2009.

Pictures 46-75 were taken by freebrickproductions on October 7, 2016.

 

This crossing is located on the CSX Chattanooga Subdivision.

 

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Two cantilevers with a mix of 12"x20" and 12"x24" lights warn drivers here.

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These lights are from Safetran.

The lone bell at the crossing, a WCH bell.
A view of the other signal.

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An overview of the crossing.

The relay case.

One of two DOT signs.

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Track view.
Another view of the other signal.
A train is approaching.

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Note how the gate has a shock absorber because of its long length.

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The 12"x20" Modern Industries lights in action.
The Safetran 12"x24" lights in action. Notice how these don't have rear lights, but the other cantilever does?

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The train eventually crosses after blocking traffic for a while. As expected, the WCH bell only rings from startup to when the gates fully lower.

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Another track view.
Views from the other side of the tracks.

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All lights on this cantilever have Modern Industries 12"x24" incandescent lights.

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Another view of the WCH bell.
DOT information.
A view of the Safetran lights.

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A return trip on 10-7-16 by freebrickproductions shows some changes to the crossing.
The first signal.

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It's still a Modern Industries cantilever.
A new blue emergency information sign.
The mast lights are still Safetran 12x24 inch lights.

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The overhead lights are still the Modern Industries 12x20 inch lights.
The bell was replaced with a Safetran Type-2 electronic bell.
This Modern Industries base is still here.

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This signal now has an Invensys Rail gate mechanism.
This signal has RECO gate lights.
The second signal.

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It's a Modern Industries cantilever from when Harmon owned Modern Industries for a while.
More new blue emergency information.

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The Modern Industries 12x24 inch lights on this signal haven't changed any.

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This Modern Industries base has stayed here.
The GRS gate mechanism remains on this signal!
This signal has more RECO gate lights.
The relay case.

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Track view looking south towards Enon Springs Road.
Looking north with an Automatic Equipment Identification (AEI) scanner. These read the RFID tags on cars as they pass by to make sure they're going in the right locations.

 

CLICK THE ICON TO THE LEFT TO HEAR THE CROSSING IN ACTION.
(RECORDED MARCH 21, 2009)