Schenectady+Canada =

Looking north on Peru Street. Hamilton Street is located at the extreme right, Pike Street is on the right, and Broad Street is on the left.

A most interesting intersection
in New York State

Peru, Broad, Pike and Hamilton streets

This view shows the diversity of signals at this interesting intersection. Northbound traffic faces two signals mounted from telephone poles, on trusses that look similar to older Canadian signals.

the storms

This old Crouse-Hinds signal, left, has weathered many storms over the years. Green paint and rust markings are showing.

The view looking south.

The view looking west, from Hamilton Street.


Newer signals with backplates, like something out of the Golden State.

The typical signal. It looks like a Saratoga Springs signal, circa 1966, with a Syracuse twist.

Something out of the Bluegrass State?

A warning light that looks like something out of Endicott.

It greets you as you enter on Route 3.

The oldest installation is also a compilation of different influences. We’ll explain.

One block from the oldest installation is an interesting treatment of trusses.

Older signals that have a couple of oddities.