Eagle 4-Way 12" Beacons | Circa 1930
These two 4-way beacons were retired to the junk pile, and I was lucky enough to stumble upon them before they were recycled. According to the members of Signalfan's Club, this signal is from the 1930s. There are no "Eagle" logos on the light, but it looks very similar to another collector's beacon.
See a (rather poor quality) photo of these traffic lights when they were still in operation.
Econolite 2-Way Clusters
These two 8" 2-way Econolite clusters were hung on either side of an Econolite 4-Way cluster; the 4-way was centered in the middle of the intersection, with a 2-way on both sides.
Green left turn signal from the East Coast.
Overhead Lane Control
These 30" x 36" plastic panels are illuminated by fluorescent tubes. The aluminum casing is either mounted to a post with arms on the top and bottom of the metal frame, or hung from overhead span wires.
Wink-O-Matic Speed Limit Signal
This is a signal version of the "School - Speed Limit 20" signs that are common today, many of which are also paired with yellow beacons, but separate from the sign. Wink-o-Matic's signal and sign is one unit. The 8-inch lights are attached to a control box in the back, to which the sign is affixed. The box houses a timer dial that controls the signal's hours of operation.
12" red and 8" yellow and green with a pole-mount bottom. This, the first signal in the collection, once controlled traffic in Gary, Ind.
3M Programmed Visibility (PV) Signal
This signal fell to the ground after a car ran into it, and impact bent the hoods out of shape. Other than that, the signal is in good shape.
Crouse Hinds Left Turn Poly
12" polycarbonate signal with left turn arrows. On back: "Crouse Hinds."
LFE Left Turn Signal
12" poly signal with left turn arrows. On back: "Automatic Signal - LFE - East Norwalk, Conn."
Traffic Control Technologies (TCT) 12" Poly
12" poly signal with hanger and aluminum hoods.