|20160328 1911 Looking northwest from the parking lot|
RR-Picture-Archives has pictures of this park rather than pre-1997 pictures at the junction.
|Looking east from the far west corner of the park|
|Turning 180 degrees for the view looking west down the tracks. I could see the headlight of a train in Bensenville yard, but it never moved while I was in the area. (3:34-4:21)|
|The east end had a gate open so that I could step out onto the Calwagner Street crossing. This view is looking West.|
|My lens was wide enough to catch all eight of the levers left in the house. The rest of the interior was some chairs and pictures. And maybe they let you open the windows on the side to take pictures of the trains.|
|Even on a cloudy day, I had trouble avoiding a my shadow|
showing in the picture. At least the text itself has no lines.
|It takes effort to move a tower.|
|I assume this was originally red instead of pink.|
|I took a closeup of this sign thinking I would post it to Fallen Flags. But when I got home I realized it was rather faded. I should have taken a picture of the sign on the caboose because it looks like it has been restored.|
Dennis DeBruler posted five photos with the comment:
I searched the group and I could not find this one. It is on display next to the preserved B-12 interlocking tower in Franklin Park, IL.
License: Creative Commons Attribution: Dennis DeBruler (CC BY)
Three photos from an eBay listing with a minimum bid of $500. Comments on the source post identified it as the model board that was in B-12.
A June 2007 Flickr photo of a former SOO engine pulling an eastbound CP freight past the tower.