Yellow visors on display

The view is pleasant, but the Fourth of July, 2002 was a very hot day.

North/South Market and Main streets

Here is a clear example of a handsome signal installation. The A-frame trusses have very clean lines, and still look good after 30+ years of service. The four-way signals are Marbelite units, and—for some reason—have visors that seem to have originally been yellow but were repainted. The casings and doors seem to have their original color, which is apparently green. Many of the signals in Johnstown have one-piece brackets, similar to signals in New Jersey and in some New York communities (such as the signals Saratoga Springs installed in 1966). Photo taken 4 July 2002.


One of the signals is a pagoda-style signal.