|Welcome to ROLLSIGN GALLERY!
|This site is best viewed with your monitor set to 1024 x 768 pixels.
|Showing the history of public transportation through their destination
signs with the most comprehensive collection on the web!
|This site was originally designed from December 18, 2004 to February 19, 2005.
Over time it has grown and improved, with new acquisitions, improved high resolution
rollsign images, photographs, and embedded YouTube videos.
|This site was last updated JANUARY 1, 2017.
|ROLLSIGN GALLERY is beginning its SECOND DECADE online! I want to extend a personal
THANK YOU! to everyone that has visited the site, and have helped it expand and grow by purchasing
memorabilia. Your support has made Rollsign Gallery's presence expand world wide!
|Several rollsign and electronic sign pages throughout the site have YouTube videos of the signs featured.
These web pages can be identified with the flag image " ". Check out Rollsign Gallery's YouTube
channel, featuring all the videos on here plus additional features and informational videos by clicking HERE.
|Rollsign Gallery needs help identifying TWO unknown rollsigns.
Check it out by clicking the direct link HERE.
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|Click on the logos above to go to each social media site. They will open in a new browser tab.
|NOTE: This site uses encoding and watermarks to deter unwanted
copying of photographs and images. - Share with security!
|Banner advertising has been added to every page on the website EXCEPT for this page, the Introduction
page, the memorial to Ray Neilson page, and the Transit Store pages. The revenue generated from this will
go towards the costs of keeping Rollsign Gallery online, and any surplus will go towards new material.
|YOU CAN HELP!!! As you visit pages throughout the site, click on some ads.
Your help is FREE, and will assist in bringing new content to Rollsign Gallery!
|What's new with the January 1, 2017 update:
- ONE NEW ROLLSIGN has been added to the York Region Transit page. It is accessible through the Ontario provincial
- ONE NEW SYSTEM is represented fro the State of Michigan: Downtown Area Shuttle - Grand Rapids, Michigan, with
ONE NEW ROLLSIGN image and a photo of the vehicle it came from.
- ONE NEW CITY and STATE are now represented: Omaha, Nebraska, with TWO NEW SIGN images.
- ONE NEW ROLLSIGN has been added to the New York City page: New York MTA Bus front rollsign from 100th Street
Depot. It is accessible from the New York State hub page.
- ONE NEW CITY and STATE are now represented: Tulsa, Oklahoma, with ONE NEW SIGN image.
- TWO NEW ROLLSIGNS have been added to the Ohio State University page. They are accessible through the Intercity
Carriers hub page.
- ONE NEW ELECTRONIC SIGN LIST PAGE has been added: El Paso, Texas.
- ONE NEW ELECTRONIC SIGN DEVICE has been added to the collection: a Gulton/Luminator "Slim" Control Console.
- A HUGE NEW ADDITION HAS BEEN ADDED TO THE WEBSITE: A scanned Parts and Maintenance Manual from Transign,
Copyright 1984. This 96 page manual showcases all the various model signs and sign boxes, including a later section
for late model frames and run number fixtures. This manual can be accessed from the "Other Links" section of the
|What's new with the May 10, 2016 update:
- ONE NEW ROLLSIGN has been added to the Kitchener, Ontario page. The sign was donated to Rollsign Gallery by John
McDonnell. In addition, the last low resolution Kitcnener, Ontario front rollsign has been upgraded to a scale image.
- ONE NEW ROLLSIGN has been added to the Sarnia, Ontario page.
- ONE NEW CITY is represented in the Province of Ontario: SUDBURY, ONTARIO with a collection of jumbo front rollsign
panels that make up a near complete front rollsign, and a simulated image to complete the set.
- TWO NEW ROLLSIGN and ONE NEW DESTINATION SIGN WINDOW STICKER have been added to the Terre Haute, Indiana
page along with two new photos. In addition, a third new photo was added relating to the existing signs (donated by
- ONE NEW ROLLSIGN has been added to the Detroit, Michigan page.
- ONE NEW ROLLSIGN has been added to the Louisville, Kentucky page.
- ONE NEW ROLLSIGN insert has been added to the "Unidentified Signs" page in the Intercity/Private Carriers section.
ANY HELP IDENTIFYING WHAT CITY OR CARRIER THIS SIGN INSERT IS FROM WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED!
- ONE NEW ELECTRONIC SIGN has been added to the collection, and is displayed in the ELECTRONIC SIGN GALLERY.
(The electronic sign was donated to Rollsign Gallery by Jeremy Dickson.)
- MORE BEHIND THE SCENES (sort of): The new Copyright message has been phased in on all but a select few web
pages that need further work. Another experiment going on is a change to the watermark process to even better
protect the rollsign images and photos on the website as well as donated material.
|What's new with the September 18, 2016 update:
- THE LAST REMAINING ROLLSIGN on the Kitchener Transit page has been upgraded to a scale image. Now all rollsigns
on the Kitchener Transit page are scale images. It is accessible through the Ontario provincial hub page.
- THREE NEW ROLLSIGNS have been added to the Quebec City page. They are accessible through the Quebec
provincial hub page.
- ONE NEW CITY is represented from the State of California: San Francisco MUNI with one new rollsign image. It is
accessibe through the California state hub page.
- ONE NEW ROLLSIGN has been added to the Cedar Rapids, Iowa page. It is accessible through the NEW IOWA STATE
- ONE NEW CITY is represented from the State of Iowa: Iowa City, Iowa with two new rollsign images and one new photo.
These are all accessible through the NEW IOWA STATE HUB PAGE.
- ONE NEW ROLLSIGN has been added to the Intercity section: Salt Lake City (Utah) Airport Shuttle with one new rollsign
image. It is accessible through the Intercity Carriers hub page.
- ONE NEW ELECTRONIC SIGN LIST PAGE has been added: Luminator Horizon Demo program, with destinations from
Los Angeles (California) Metro transit system.
- ONE NEW ROLLSIGN has been added to the Burlington Transit page. It is accessible through the Ontario provincial
- ONE NEW ROLLSIGN has been added to the GO Transit section (Page 2). In addition, the sole set of older coloured
rollsigns on Page 2 has been moved to Page 1. Now, the coloured era is exclusively on Page 1 and the Black and Yellow
era is excusively on Page 2. All of this is accessible through the Ontario provincial hub page.
- EVEN MORE BEHIND THE SCENES: Along with the changes to the watermarking process, experiments are underway to
make all of Rollsign Gallery's web pages more smart phone friendly. These changes should help eliminate such issues
as formatting errors and overlapping text on various pages. The pages added or updated on January 1st have some of
the experiments applied to them. If there are any issues that still occur on these new pages, feel free to send me a
screen capture of the error(s) so they can be dealt with. THANK YOU!