This was the second train and crossing I got on June 24, 2019, along with the final train and crossing that day as well. When I first got Reeves Road in action, I decided to stay for another train and crossing, since I wanted to choose Antioch Pike. While not really interesting, it does have 2 Low-pitched General Signals Type 1s as a bonus. Although while I was waiting, rain started to pour down, getting me soaking wet a few times before a train could actially appear. But thankfully, I waited long enough and a south-eastbound autorack train came through here!
Signal on the left: 2 Pairs of Safetran 12×24 lights with Leotek EV series LEDs, a Safetran gate mechanism, NEG LED gatelights, and a low-pitched General Signals Type 1 E-Bell.
Signal on the right: 2 Pairs of WCH 12×24 lights with Leotek EV series LEDs, a Siemens gate mechanism, NEG LED gatelights, and a low-pitched General Signals Type 1 E-Bell.
CSX 5352 – ES40DC
CSX 5293 – ES40DC
Filmed June 24, 2019
Camera used: iPhone 6S
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