• Close-up of the Crouse-Hinds signal from the last photograph
  • Rear view of the Crouse-Hinds signal from the last two photos
  • Norwood has several of these Crouse-Hinds beacons
  • Another Crouse-Hinds beacon at Highland and Orchard
  • An original controller box for the Crouse-Hinds beacon from the last photo
  • Another 1940's era Crouse-Hinds Type D stoplight at the corner of Williams and Dunn in Lockland
  • An Eagle Signals Eaglelux 4-way pagoda in Lockland at Williams and Dunn
  • Another Eaglelux pagoda in Lockland at Wyoming and Mill
  • A sad collection of Crouse-Hinds Type R signals and a newer Kentron in Lockland at Wyoming and Lock
  • A Sargent-Sowell/TSI signal at US-50/Wooster Pike and Watterson Road in Fairfax
  • A cluster of Eaglelux signals at US-50/Wooster Pike and Watterson Road in Fairfax
  • A Crouse-Hinds art deco beacon at Mitchell and Bertus in St. Bernard
  • Close-up of the Crouse-Hinds beacon at Mitchell and Bertus
  • Crouse-Hinds controller box at Mitchell and Bertus
  • Two of eight Crouse-Hinds Type R 12-8-8 signals at Losantiville and Weihe in Golf Manor
  • An unusual illuminated crosswalk sign and Marbelite beacon in front of the fire station in Golf Manor
  • Old Crouse-Hinds crosswalk signals at Losantiville and Weihe in Golf Manor
  • Old Crouse-Hinds crosswalk signals in Lockland at Wyoming and Lock
  • Old Crouse-Hinds crosswalk signals in Lockland at Wyoming and Lock
  • Old Winko-Matic crosswalk signals in Lockland at Wyoming and Williams
  • Old Winko-Matic crosswalk signals in Lockland at Wyoming and Williams