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Railroad Signal Web Sites

Site Name Site Address Site Description
Xingman's Home Page http://home.internetcds.com/~xingman/ This site is a collection of tutorials, pictures, thoughts, and stories of a shortline signal maintainer on the Central Oregon and Pacific Railroad (CORP).
Signaling Site by Carl Barneyback http://members.home.net/candcb1/index.html an Online Historical Reference of Railroad Signal System aspects and indications
Edaville Railway http://www.edaville.org New 10/00
Connecticut Electric Railway-Connecticut Trolley Museumhttp://ceraonline.orgNew 10/00

America's Oldest Electric Railway Museum
S.I.G.W.A.http://www.starwon.com.au/~cfrench/Signals/Sigwa.htm

SIGNALLING INTEREST GROUP OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA (S.I.G.W.A.). by Chris French
THE WIG-WAG WATCHhttp://www.trainweb.org/dansrailpix/WIG_WAG_PAGE1c.htm

Dan Furtado has assumed the challange of listing all remaining wig-wags in the US. Please check out his site and share with him your expertise.
Cody Erben's Signal Imageshttp://www.mentalfusion.com/erben22/pictures/signalpics.html

A few images of great signal installations in the Western US.
Dawn Holmberg's Semaphore Pageshttp://people.mn.mediaone.net/wx0z/railroad_main/index.htm

Some interesting images of fallen sentinals in Wisconsin and Minnesota.
Amtrack's Talgo on the Central Oregon and Pacifichttp://www.alpharail.simplenet.com/Talgo/CORPTalgo.htm

Larry Tuttle shares his images of Amtrack's Talgo passing vintage signals on the old Siskiyou Line.
Semaphore Signals on the Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburghhttp://wnyrails.railfan.net/brp_signals.htm

Stephen J. Hoyle presents the indications and meanings of B.R.& P. Ry semaphores.
The Central Oregon and Pacific Home Pagehttp://www.alpharail.simplenet.com/signals/Signal.htm

Spend some time with signal maintainer Rick Perry as he works on both ancient semaphores and state-of-the-art crossing protection.
The Signal Boxhttp://trainweb.com/signalbox/

An excellent site for British Cabins (Towers)
Railroad Rules, Signalling, Operations http://www.neuro.ccf.org/~bejm/Rail/Signal/index.html
Canadian Railway Telegraph History http://web.idirect.com/~rburnet/sema4.html
North American Signals: Types and Location http://www.ccrc.wustl.edu/~jpgs/transport/rail/signal/na2.html
North American railroad interlocking towers and cabins http://zippy.cso.uiuc.edu:8080/~roma/towers/
Semaphore signals on MRL http://www.cco.caltech.edu/~timharri/Semaphores.html
Road Signal and Railway Signal http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~mt5h-nitu/esaki/difsig/rtrwsigm.htm
The Signal Guide http://www.spikesys.com/Trains/signal.html
PRR Interlocking Diagrams http://www.neuro.ccf.org/~bejm/Rail/Prr/Maps/itlk_alto_pgh_main.html
Bluebell Railway - Signal Boxes http://www.rhbnc.ac.uk/~zhaa009/bb/signalboxes.html
Topeka Railroad Days Excursion Train http://www.sound.net/~wsunkel/foamer/topeka/extrain.html
EL Structures http://www.dnaco.net/~gelwood/bldg/bldg.html
DeLorme: CyberRouter http://route30.delorme.com/


Additional Railroad Web Sites

Site Name Site Address Site Description
NorthWest Railshttp://www.northwestrails.comNew!

Railnews for the Pacific NorthWest (by Matt Robbins and Daniel Sheets)
KEN KRAEMER's CLASSIC RR PHOTOGRAPHShttp://www.railphoto.com/kraemer/New!

Professional Steam, Diesel, and Semaphore Photographs for Sale
Penn Valley Pictureshttp://www.pennvalleypictures.com/default.htmlNew!

The Bullsheet http://www.bullsheet.com/ New!
National Militant Railfan Oraganization http://home.adelphia.net/%7Enmro/ New!
NMRA Directory of World Wide Rail Sites http://www.rrhistorical.com/nmra/nmralink.html New!
The Railfan Network http://railfan.net/ New!
Ontario & Western Railway Historical Society http://www.nyow.org New!
The Monon Railroad Historical and Technical Society http://blackhole.ucs.indiana.edu/ New!
Henderson Roundhouse & Back Shops http://www.nywsystem.com/ New!
Those Classic Trains http://www.thoseclassictrains.com/ New!

"Beginning A Century-long Tradition Of Fine Modelmaking"
Long Live Light Rail http://www.lightrail.com/ New!

"A Personal Website Designed for the Growth and Advancement of the Light Rail Industry"
Railroad & Transit at The JoeKorNer http://come.to/the-joekorner New!
The School Car http://www3.nf.sympatico.ca/gazebo.hill/ New!

Bringing the Three R's to Newfoundland's remote railway settlements, 1936 - 1942. A Railway Book...and More!
Friends of the Chicago & Alton Depot, Inc. http://www.pagehost.com/rrstuff/ New!

A Group which has saved and is restoring the 1879 Chicago & Alton depot
Joe Fugate's Siskiyou Line http://siskiyou.railfan.net New!

HO layout modeling the Siskiyou Line from Cottage Grove to Dillard.



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