Pictures 1-28 were taken by TrainmanKight on March 21, 2009.

Pictures 29-48 and the first video were taken by freebrickproductions on July 29, 2015.

Pictures 49-101 and the second video were taken by freebrickproductions on August 26, 2016.

Pictures 102-113 and the third video were taken by Ethan the Railfanner on December 8, 2018.

Pictures 114-168 and the fourth video were taken by freebrickproductions on February 13, 2021.

 

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The 12"x20" cantilever lights are from Modern Industries.

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This 8" light is from WCH.

The other 8" is from WRRS.

Views of the MI 12"x20" lights.

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The bell on this signal is a WRRS mechanical bell.

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This signal has 8" US&S lights for the cantilever, with no lights on the mast with a US&S teardrop bell.

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More views of the signal.
One of the 3 tracks has been paved over.

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More proof that the track is defunct.

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A track view.

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On 7-29-15, a trip by freebrickproductions catches the crossing in action.

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This signal had it's WCH gate mech replaced with one from Safetran.
The train passes.

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The train finishes crossing.

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The crossing deactivates.
The US&S cantilever.
The teardrop bell is still here!

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The WCH gate mechanism for the US&S signal.
The WCH and WRRS 8 inch lights.

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A second return trip by freebrickproductions on 8-26-16 shows some more changes to the crossing.
The first signal had the most changes.

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This stuff is still the same. The cantilever actually appears to have been from WCH.
The mast lights are now WCH 12x24 inch lights with WCH 2nd Generation LEDs.

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The overhead lights are more WCH 12x24 inch lights with WCH 2nd Generation LEDs.
The bell on this signal was replaced with a WCH mechanical bell!

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A Modern Industries base.
The Safetran gate mechanism is still here.
The RECO LED gate lights.
The second signal hasn't changed much.

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It's still a US&S cantilever.
This signal still retains the US&S 8 inch lights!

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The emergency information.
The US&S Teardrop bell is still here!

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The GRS base and WCH gate mechanism haven't changed.
The gate lights here are now RECO LED gate lights.
The relay case.

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Looking east towards 18th Avenue North.
Looking west towards Clifton Pike.
Action shots.

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A return trip on 12-8-18 by Ethan the Railfanner shows some more changes to the crossing.
The southern signal.

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It's still a US&S cantilever.
The gate mechanism is now Siemens.
This signal now has re-used WCH 12x24 lights with Leotek EV Series LEDs that came from 7th Avenue/Fogg Street.

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Its gate was also re-striped.
The US&S Teardrop bell still remains!
The northern signal hasn't been changed.

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A return trip on 2-13-21 by freebrickproductions shows this crossing in action again.

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A single CSX locomotive leading a mixed freight is coming up...

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CSX 912 leads up to the crossing.

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CSX 3347 serves as the mid DPU of the train.

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The train clears the crossing...

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...and the signals deactivate.

 

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