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Railfanning Mineola, Long Island 1/30/2015 (Part 1)

This video was shot at several crossings located in Mneloa, Long Island, New York

After filming New Hyde Park, me and Adam and Alex Vasic headed over to Mineloa to catch the evening rush hour.

I gotta say, if you want train action, this is place to be. There are a total of 5 railroad crossings in this area, and two lines, The LIRR main line, and the LIRR Oyster Bay branch. The main line gets more traffic then the Oyster Bay branch, but this is still an awesome place to film trains.

Crossing Info:

Crossing #1 (Pedestrian Crossing)

Signal 1: 2 pairs of WC Hayes Lights, a WC Hayes gate motor and a WC Hayes mechanical bell

Signal #2: 3 pairs of WC Hayes Lights, a WC Hayes gate motor and a WC Hayes mechanical bell

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Crossing #2 (Main Street)

Signal # 1: 2 pairs of WC Hayes Lights, a WC Hayes gate motor and a WC Hayes mechanical bell.

Signal # 2: 3 pairs of WC Hayes Lights, a WC Hayes gate motor and a WC Hayes mechanical bell.

Signal #3: 1 MI cantilever with 3 pairs of Safetran 12x24 inch fading LED lights

Both pedestrain signals have a WC Hayes gate motor. One has 2 pairs of lights, while the other only has 1 pair of lights.

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Crossing #3 (Willis Ave, Oyster Bay Branch):

Signal #1: 2 pairs of WC Hayes Lights, a WC Hayes gate motor and a WC Hayes mechanical bell.

Signal #2: 2 pairs of WC Hayes Lights, a WC Hayes gate motor and a WC Hayes mechanical bell

Both Pedestrian signals have WC Hayes gate motors, but 1 also has a pair of WC Hayes lights

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Crossing #4 (Willis Ave, Main Line)

Signal #1: 2 pairs of WC Hayes Lights, a WC Hayes gate motor and a WC Hayes mechanical bell.

Signal #2: 2 pairs of WC Hayes Lights, a WC Hayes gate motor and a WC Hayes mechanical bell

Both Pedestrian signals have WC Hayes gate motors.

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Crossing #5: (2nd Street, Oyster Bay Branch)

Signal #1: 2 pairs of WC Hayes Lights, a WC Hayes gate motor and a WC Hayes mechanical bell.

Signal #2: 2 pairs of WC Hayes Lights, a WC Hayes gate motor and a WC Hayes mechanical bell

Both Pedestrian signals have WC Hayes gate motors, but 1 also has a pair of WC Hayes lights

Enjoy!

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