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    (Left) The railroad crossing sign pictured is only about half the size of a normal crossing sign. It is used in an area that is congested and has close clearances. An H0 Scale sign used on a 0 Scale railroad would work well. Located at the car repair area of the Port Authority Trans-Hudson Railway, at Jersey City, N.J. (Path Lines)

    (Right) An easily built crossing sign may be constructed of a scale nine inch wood dowel stained dark brown. The cross buck may be plastic or metal with dry transfer or decal lettering. Taken on the Belfast & Moosehead Lake R.R. at Belfast, Maine.
    Prototype Modeler - October 1981 - Page 40

    by Walter Olevsky

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    • Original Author Walter Olevsky
    • Source Prototype Modeler
    • Publication Date October 1981

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