X is for Crossbuck

Yes, we know Crossbuck doesn’t start with an X, but they are shaped like one!

A crossbuck is placed at a level crossing, which is an intersection where a road and a railway line cross, in order to warn non-railway traffic.

At Central BC Railway and Forestry Museum, we have several places where our minirail and roadways cross. In these locations, we are always sure to have a crossbuck displayed!

Our newest and most impressive example is pictured here. This crossbuck was assembled this past summer by a group of wonderful volunteers with parts salvaged from the Hansard Lake Bridge.

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Z is for Zero Of course!

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