A ‘fool proof’ solution to railroad crossings from 1927

It was billed as a “Making Highways Fool Proof; Object Lesson from San Diego” back in December 1927. The 1927 California Highways and Public Works magazine report on the new bridge over the Santa Fe Railroad Tracks at the north end of Del Mar was heralded as great improvement for safety, as cars and trains would no longer tangle.

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