This museum is an awesome find for anyone into signals. There are at least 25 different signals there.
BNSF geep rebuild sits in frozen rural Indiana.
A local train crawls through downtown Danville.
Innards or not, classic GP30 styling looks good on this road slug sitting in the Danville yard.
Former C&O unit still displays her Chessie cat logo well.
A remote control sled leads a former "B-boat", now just a shell of its former self and a remote control unit too.
The pride of the fleet at Nucor's Crawfordsville facility.
In predawn light, northbound Amtrak splits the semaphores and the shorty blade drops in the ghostly image.
So much has changed since this shot, Peerless is closed, the building is gone, CP is off the line, no traffic for the Lakewood branch...
The Orion constellation moves between the semaphore signals in this 2 minutes 46 seconds shot.
The CSXT 8400 did the honors of knocking the semaphore down for me as they followed Amtrak south. A 71 second telephoto exposure.
A northbound freight knocks the signal down in this wide angle shot.
An endangered species.
A MP15AC yard goat shoves on a cut of cars.
An IC rebuild rubs shoulders with CP yard power in B'ville.