Down in the basement of the department, there is a room full of older signals and parts. These were in the center. All of these signals were taken down from the city of Manchester, NH. These signals have the New England color combo (black face with yellow housings and visors). Almost all signals here are LED's since NH has since been forced to change all their signals to LED's. I only saw a limited variety of brands here which were LFE/Automatic and Eagle Mark IV.
One of the walls had some stacked signals with some older ones on the bottom left and a rare NH Econolite button back signal on the bottom right.
Some older LFE/Automatic beacons without any LEDs in them.
Got a nice closeup of an older LFE/Automatic signal.
Me with some of the signals.
The guy who gave me the sign and the tour holding the top piece of a 12 inch CH art deco.
Mark IV beacons.
Older ped signals.
the body and visor of a 12 inch Crouse Hinds art deco.
New ped signal parts. New visors are also on top.
A whole pyramid of older LFE/Automatic pedestrian signals.
A lonely stand.
Here we go! An old Crouse Hinds controller!
Closeuo of the plate.
In one of the corners stands the body of a full 12 inch Crouse Hinds art deco!
A "LEFT TURN YIELD ON GREEN" sign on its hanger.
Some Eagle Mark IV and LFE/Automatic housings.
Older peds. LFE/Automatic to the left and Eagle Mark IV to the right.
Another shot of the signals in the center of the room.
Hey there! Back hidden on one of the shelves shows and old fashion Econolite controller!
In one room, there are bases for the signal poles.
Brand spankin new poles stacked up with a controller box to the right and to be used sign blanks in the background.
In one garage, there are some old signals from the city hangin around. From left to right: 12 inch Crouse Hinds type R, LFE/Automatic, and a 12 inch Econolite bulls eye square door.
On the ceilling from left to right: two 8 inch Crouse Hinds type M breadpan signals and to the right an older 4way Econolite groove back cluster (the city calls the 4way signals "birdcages!" Kinda clever never heard that term before).
Closeup of the Econolite bulls eye square door signal.
In the guy who gave me the tour's office, an I-93 state name shield with the New England style font! This sign was actually never used. That is my dad holding it.