Small March 2020 Video Update

With all the pandemonium going on with the Coronavirus making it's way around the country & world, I did a small update. The 4 signals that were upstairs are now down with the rest of the crew. Moving them down a set of stairs is always challenging doing it alone, and luckily, I haven't dropped... Continue Reading →

Tokheim Signaphore Signal Controller

The Tokheim Controller. Of course, a bit of a story how I was able to get this.I got an email from someone who had seen my website. The subject line was "cleaning the attic" along with a list: Have a neon walk signal with bulbs.2 Corning green glass3 Tokheim green glass5 Corning caution glass4 Tokheim... Continue Reading →

Signal Photos Of The Area

It's a work in progress. Putting together a map of all the photos I've taken or come across of signals in the area. It may take a while since I've got quite a few photos. This will be a good repository for them all. Enjoy! Clicking on the icon will open it in a new... Continue Reading →

Crouse Hinds Brass Plate

Guess what. It's not a traffic light for once. It's a Crouse Hinds Plate instead. No idea what this was from. I've asked around and heard a few suggestions. It's an engraved brass plate (engraved huh?) that is 3" x 6". I would assume it was mounted to some kind of box, probably a shipping... Continue Reading →

Living Room Signals

Been a while since I did an update here. Hooked up a bunch of new signals in the living room. Added the GE 4 Way and Crouse Hinds Porthole to the Utica, NY PCN-100 controller I have. The Canajoharie Darley was already hooked up to it. The Seneca Falls Harrington Seaberg has it's own electronic... Continue Reading →

GE 4 Way Signal

Off to its new home I guess I have a thing for 4 way signals. This one was signal number 20 coming here in September 2019, and number 14 for four ways I have.Definition: Four·teen/ˌfôrˈtēn,ˈfôrˌtēn/1. equivalent to the product of seven and two; one more than thirteen, or six less than twenty.2. signal hoarder meaning... Continue Reading →

Harrington Seaberg #2

Another traffic light in the kitchen. Complete with magnetic letters on the fridge courtesy of my grandson. This signal pretty much fell into my lap. Someone contacted me through the website. Showed me a couple pictures of the light. I was figuring I'd have to make the trek to Eastern Massachusetts to get it, but... Continue Reading →

Old Time Utica

Utica, NY was once a thriving city of over 100,000 residents. Today is is a shell of it's former self with most large manufacturers like GE, Chicago Pneumatic and hosts of other large manufacturers gone. With the decrease in population comes less cars and the need for less traffic control devices. Utica still has many,... Continue Reading →

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