Trackside telephones, usually sheltered in shanties or in a box mounted on telegraph poles, are a vital necessity on most railroads. Train crews use these phones to report accidents or delays. Local-freight crews make extensive use of the phones to secure clearance before entering a main line, from a siding or spur, or before proceeding through a junction.
- Separate window glazing
- Approximate finished size: 2" x 1" x 2.5" high