We here at SignalTraffic.com are always busy drinking and carousing cataloging, scanning, researching, investigating and generally scouring the earth for worthy bits of signal ephemera. Here’s a recent picture of our staff hard at work:
Okay, truth be told that may not exactly be a recent picture. Okay, it’s actually from the LOC by […]
Posted in Community, NY on Apr 27th, 2008 No Comments »
Despite my weekly visits to Forgotten-NY, I never knew that Mr. Walsh (the site founder) had once had a blog. For three years from 2003 to 2005. Each year has a different page link but they start here:
Forgotten-NY Blog (year 1)
Definitely worth checking out if you’re an FNY fan.
Posted in Community, media on Jan 16th, 2008 No Comments »
One of the best sources for researching the United States’ transportation history is the Library Of Congress. And one of their very best resources is their online photo gallery which can be found here - LOC-PPOC (Prints & Photographs Online Catalog).
While extensive and very useful, they seem to be made available way too slowly. […]
A new online messaging board is up and running for those interested in traffic signals and road signs. http://forums.signaltraffic.com/. Brand spankin’ new and running the very latest release of phpBB3, it has all the latest doodads and geegaws that anyone could want. Just because we’re collectors of vintage signals and signs, doesn’t […]
I just came across a very comprehensive site on not only Crouse Hinds signals and controllers, but also on the history of the company and its founders. It’s Josh’s http://www.crouse-hindstrafficsignals.com/. Definitely give it a look if you’ve got a chance.