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Fergusson 0 Gauge

A.R. Fergussen Mfg. Co. of Buffalo NY USA

Fergusson are known to have made at least twelve different accessories in the 1920s, perfect for standard/wide gauge, and perhaps a litle tall for 0, but often seen on 0 layouts nevertheless. Far more detail is available in the Train Collectors Quarlerly, Volume 35, Issue 4, page 6, available online to TCA members.

Known accessories include crossing gate, clock, two semaphore signals (single and double arm), telegraph poles (single and double cross arms), warning signs, whistle sign, stop/go sign, flag pole and lamp. A friend reports owning seen a Broadway/Main St sign on a yellow shaft with a green finial on top in a similar loop wire base. Also a tall 4-light or 4-siren pole wth blue shaft and blue finial atop.

The following photos were copied from eBay sales :


Only the crossing barrier on the left is Fergusson

Telegraph pole, crossing sign, signals and crossing barrier

Grade crossing warning sign

Grade crossing warning sign

Telephone poles, crossing sign and signal

Telephone poles, crossing sign and signal

Street or platform lamp

Street or platform lamp

Fergusson stop go sign

Fergusson stop go sign

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