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  1. B&O color position signals, Deshler, Ohio

    B&O color position signals, Deshler, Ohio

    CSX 7608 and 173 begin their swing north and west around the southwest corner of the junction at Deshler as B&O color position signals stand guard.
  2. A dying breed

    A dying breed

    The overhead position light signal from track 19 into track 25 ( now the 28 extension) at Chicago Union station reflecting it's future - Stop
  3. Restricting

    Restricting

    B&O Color Position Light signal on the former CH&D main line at Cincinnati, Ohio. Indication is "Restricting". Taken on CSX property with permission.
  4. Clear block!

    Clear block!

    B&O color position light dwarf signal at the south end of the Queensgate Yard complex. Taken on CSX property with permission.
  5. Dwarf CPL

    Dwarf CPL

    B&O color position light dwarf signal at Cincinnati, Ohio. Taken on CSX property with permission.
  6. Approach-Slow

    Approach-Slow

    Approach-Slow indication at the south end of the Deshler, Ohio sidings.
  7. Twilight of the B&O CPL signals.

    Twilight of the B&O CPL signals.

    B&O Bracket Post CPL signal at the south end of the Ottawa, Ohio passing track. CSX Toledo Subdivision.
  8. Silent Sentinels

    Silent Sentinels

    This photo was taken around September 2000 in Milesburg, PA on the ex-PRR Bald Eagle branch. This signal bridge guards the branch to Bellefonte. It was taken using a Hasselblad 500 C/M with a 135mm lens. Film was TMAX 100 and was printed on Ilford MGIV fiber paper (8"x10"). The scan...





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