The Conrail Historical Society, with Norfolk Southern's help, has preserved a number of signal heads from the control point in Berea, OH. These signals will become part of the CRHS's permanent collection, and will help illustrate the technologies used by Conrail to control its traffic.
The signal preservation effort was headed up by CRHS Members Joe Marchinchin and Roger Durfee, who's quick professional work kept these artifacts from the scrappers torch.
The last of the "junk" has been loaded, and with that the Conrail era at Berea is done. New railroad, new trains, and now new signals "signal" that time marches on, but now a small part of an important Conrail junction has been saved through the efforts of the CRHS.