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A primitive Bi-directional arm signal

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A primitive Bi-directional arm signal

Unread postby El Porteño » Thu Sep 21, 2017 1:16 pm

A primitive Bi-directional arm signal manufactured by Isca Foundry and Engineering Co, of Newport, Monmouth, 1906, for the North Argentine Railway, still working.... (if you pull the lever!) Alpasinche Station, Chilecito branch. This ies a former railway in the middle or a sand desert! You a have to ride a lot to find this splendid specimens!!!!! Regards, Pablo

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Re: A primitive Bi-directional arm signal

Unread postby El Porteño » Thu Sep 21, 2017 1:29 pm

Here is a panflet for a Stevnes & Sons equipment.....very similar!!

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