Utica/Rome Signal Meet 2020 Part 1 – Rome

In early August I had some other signal enthusiasts come up for the weekend and we took a ride through Utica and Rome to see what we could see. Saw some trains, a centuries old train station, lots of old traffic signals, and a 2 alarm fire. We saw a lot of stuff so this... Continue Reading →

Old Stuff But Not Traffic Signals

I've always had a thing for old traffic signals, but I also enjoy seeing anything that's really old. I think about how they completed a project the size of the original Erie Canal and even how they did the excavation of it here in 1817. As Dale Earnhardt Jr. calls it, it's "tangible history" which... Continue Reading →

Signals of Rome, NY

Rome, NY is also home to many old Traffic Signals. Rome was a much larger city than it is now. Being home to Griffiss Air Force Base for nearly 50 years until it was decommissioned, the population was much higher than it is today. The city also tends to take care of its signals. Most... Continue Reading →

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