Drawing I did of an Eagle 4way signal.
This is a drawing I did of a typical southeastern PA school signal where the signal is part of the sign (or vise versa). The top and bottom sections flash yellow when busses are there to pick-up/drop-off kids at school and the center section stays lit a numer, which is the speed limit. The top and bottom sections are 8" and the center is 12".
I remember seeing this on a google street view image somewhere in southern CA. The 3M to the left I drew is a bit large, so sorry for that. The bottom section of the signal to the right is a fiber-optic 2 color arrow.
I saw this type (and many more like these) of intersection in Mountain View, CA.
This is my drawing of the front and back view of a California style 8 inch Econolite "grove back" with a black backplate and an older Econolite ped signal w/ push button. View full size for a better view.
This is a front and back view of a truly old and unique signal: the Crouse-Hinds Art Deco. This is supposed to be the 8 inch version. As you can tell in the red lens, the lenses are called "Smiley lenses" because, of course, they are like smiles. The are used a lot on art decos and a lot of other older signals from the 1940's. This is a single face version to the CH four way signals in Albany.
This is a drawing I did of a 3M signal.
A drawing I did of my favorite brand of signal: Safetran.
Drawing I did of 8 inch A-1 signals.
Drawing I did of a typical Wisconsin signal.
Drawing I did of a typical Arizona signal. Notice the long visors on the bottom signal facing left. Typical Arizona visors.
This is a drawing I did of the Tipperary Hill, Syracuse, NY signal where the red is on the bottom and the green is on the top. The only difference between my drawing from the real thing, is that the visors are cutaways and this is tunnel visors. More info on the signal is here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tipperary_Hill
Drawing I did of a typical Manitoba signal.
Drawing I did of a typical New Mexico signal.
View of a typical NYSDOT doghouse signal with their hardware.
This is a drawing I did of a typical City of Los Angeles signal. These signals are Econolites.
This is my attempt to draw a McCain brand PV signal.
Drawing I did of a Quebec signal.
This is a drawing I did of the signal that is at the end of Clark Rd in Wolfeboro, NH, where my lake house is.
This is a drawing I did of a single door and body GE (general electric) Novalux.
This is a drawing I did of a typical West Virginia signal.
This is a drawing I did of a typical New York signal when the signals are horizontal. The reason they are horizontal, is becuase they are facing a bridge.
Drawing I did of a typical British Columbia signal.
This is a drawing I did of an older signal with "chinese" arrows. These arrows where mainly used back when CH art decos were made. Signal heads here are supposed to be Marbelite. The type of arm they are on is known as a "trobone" arm for various reasons.
Now this is an interesting signal! These are only seen throughout California. These aren't being installed anymore, which is a shame.
This is a drawing I did of a ramp meter signal. More info on ramp meters is here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ramp_meter
This done in a website called SignMaker. I edited it by putting it on the standard Massachusetts sign bridge.
Typical KY mast arm install. As requested by Signal Traffic Forums member Kyleman100. Hope it's good for ya!
Here is a MS Paint make up of a typical New Hampshire state route shield with the Old Man on the Mountain design.
Here is another MS Paint drawing of a New Hampshire route shield. Notice the blue color though. I wanted to have a separate color shield for freeways in not only NH, but also the other states in the US.
And my last MS Paint drawing of a NH route shield, but this time I added a brown color as well as the SCENIC banner below the NH 11 shield to represent a scenic route.