Baltimore, Maryland

Southeast Pennsylvania signal fan Pieter van Ham Took a brief weekend trip to Baltimore Maryland, and spotted some rare signals along the way, with several intersections in the city having some Eagle 4-ways, and a few relatively rare GE streamlines. The streamlines are the least common signal in this city, only being manufactured for a brief time period from 1952 to 1957, before GE stopped making signal housings, and Econolite took over, and the round door bull’s eye took over shortly afterward.

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Eagle 4-way, photo by Pieter van Ham

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Eagle 4-way zoomed out, photo by Pieter van Ham

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A rather nice find here, a trapezoid logo flatback! Photo by Pieter van Ham

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GE streamline zoomed out, side-view, photo by Pieter van Ham

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Another GE streamline, photo by Pieter van Ham

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Side-view of the GE streamline photo by Pieter van Ham

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Rear shot of the GE streamline, photo by Pieter van Ham

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One of the McCain 4-way clusters, photo by Pieter van Ham

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Eagle 4-way, with all tunnel visors, photo by Pieter van Ham

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