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Two Crouse Hinds Type T's

The four way and the single face versions. The four way is in original, unrestored condition. Not too bad for being 95 years old. Compare that paint job with a modern day McCain signal thats already losing paint after 3 years of service.

tsmeet1.jpg Spare_parts.JPG Unrestored_CH_Ts.JPG FourWays!.JPG meet2.jpg
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magslight   [Jan 15, 2011 at 06:03 PM]
magslight
From which year /time is the green signal?
These american traffic lights was been the model of our german ones . I speak from the 1950s . Here in Bavaria where I live they used in that time SIEMENS traffic signals , nearly the same looking. Even the blueish green glass Laughing

basilicon89   [Jan 15, 2011 at 06:49 PM]
basilicon89
Both are the same model in this picture. Crouse Hinds Type T. Both are from the 1920s


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