Crouse Hinds PCN-100 Controller

More Utica, NY stuff I picked up in November 2018. I got parts and pieces from a local intersection. The controller was up on Lincoln Ave Utica, NY in front of Holy Trinity Church since some time in the 60's I think and there was also a Crouse Hinds Art Deco single signal I got.... Continue Reading →

Crouse Hinds GS Controller

Got this beauty from Utica's past. A Crouse Hinds GS Controller. There were 2 intersections left in downtown that still had these. Both were green. This was from Lafayette & Washington Streets. This intersection has been inoperable since the early 1990's.¬† A building was built in the area and there was no need for the... Continue Reading →

Rome August 2018

Visited Rome with some signal enthusiasts in August. There are some nice lights still up in Rome. Plus, they take very good care of them and they have all been repainted over the years. West Thomas Street and North George Street. A Crouse Hinds Art Deco signal with a wagon wheel on the bottom. This... Continue Reading →

Utica Signal Hunt August 2018

Went out with a group of signal enthusiasts on the hunt for some old signals. I was aware of their locations, some I haven't seen in a few years. It was good to see some old stuff still up!! Varick Street & Columbia Street, Utica, NY. The pedestal bases are the only ones surviving in... Continue Reading →

Harrington-Seaberg Signal With Controller

Got a electronic controller for the Harrington Seaberg signal from Seneca Falls, NY. Completely rewired the signal. The old wiring was really bad. Found some replica old style cloth wiring on Amazon. It was pretty easy to work with and is close to what was in there before. Got everything rewired and assembled. There are... Continue Reading →

Harrington-Seaberg #1

I was tipped off about this signal from a fellow collector (who by the way, has some great looking signals). He spotted it on Craigslist. I contacted the seller, made arrangements to take a look at it (I already had my mind set that I was coming home with it. Trust me!) and we took... Continue Reading →

Crouse Hinds LS Controller

I really don't know a heck of a lot about this controller. Picked it up from another collector in June 2017. It's a Crouse Hinds LS (?) Controller. Old school electromechanical controller. It is originally from Ithaca, NY. Corner of Seneca and Cayuga Streets I'm trying to figure out a little more about it. I... Continue Reading →

The Art Deco Is Alive Again!

After quite a while, The Deco (Big Green) is back running once again. It's been sitting in the basement for quite a while and got it hanging at Easter. Took 3 of us to do it since it's really heavy. This is probably my favorite signal of the ones I've got. Saw so many of... Continue Reading →

Tokheim Traffic Signal

Another new addition in March 2018 to the collection. This is a Tokheim Model 1200 Traffic Signal I acquired. The seller was in Cleveland, Ohio. I found out he purchased the light from an antique dealer in 1990 and has held onto it ever since. Tokheim signals were produced¬†from 1926 onward. In 1938 this division... Continue Reading →

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