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TP&W engines 2009, 2008, 2007 pull a westbound train past the fixed semaphore signal at Kentland, IN on September 3, 1982. Kentland is where the TP&W (former Pennsylvania RR) crossed the former New York Central. The signal is about a half mile from the crossing and warns the engineer that the automatic interlocker may have the signal at the crossing set against him. The signal arm is welded to the pole and so it never moves and is not illuminated. Notice that there is no number plate on the signal.