The signals of St. Mary’s

Warren and Church streets

Pole-mounted signals have existed at this intersection for 50 years and more. Originally all green, the signal heads were repainted yellow, then green again in the late 1970s. By 1984, when the Webjefe lived here, the signals were on a green cycle on Warren Street, while they were flashing red on Church Street. After becoming inoperational, the signals were reconfigured. Now, it is a full-cycle signal, with pedestrian signals of Eagle manufacture. St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church and the former Catholic secondary school in Glens Falls are located here. Photo taken 5 July 2002.

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One signal is dedicated to providing just that—TWO LEFT TURNS!

An independent primary school with an equally independent signal.

The last remaining pagoda-style signal in the city.