|Rollsigns from Philadelphia, PA
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|This near complete set of rollsigns is from SEPTA's PCC streetcars (seen below). The front route
number rollsign is missing from a full set. These were one of the last versions printed. Neither
sign has a print date, but a hand written note on the side sign (left) dates it to March 1983, and is from
Luzerne Rail (Carhouse). The side sign (left) has 19 exposures, while a complete front sign (right)
would have 80 exposures. The image here was drawn virtually perfect to scale.
The side sign's hand written note and a YouTube video of the side sign are seen below.
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|The hand written date note
on the end of the side sign.
|A SEPTA PCC streetcar, like #2120 pictured here in Kenosha, Wisconsin,
would have been the type to house the two rollsigns seen above and right.