Danbury’s Belt Railway Museum has installed thousands of train signs across the city.
The signs are now on display, and are being used to help people understand what the Belt Railway is all about.
The sign is one of many that the museum is adding to its collection, including the names of the railroad companies that built them.
“I like to keep it in my pocket,” said Julie Zielinski, who lives across the street from the Belt.
“I know a lot of people that live across the avenue and don’t know where the train went.
They go, ‘Oh, it was right by where I’m sitting.'”
There are also signs at the Belt that display the number of trains and passenger cars that the company operated.
But that information has been missing for decades.
“When you go through the Belt, you see lots of railroad cars, but you don’t see the name of the company,” said Michael Rios, a member of the museum board.
“We’re hoping to get that name back out there and put it in a permanent spot,” he said.
The museum has also put up signs for several other companies that were not part of the Belt Railroad.
“It’s been really great,” said Rios.
“The museum is trying to find the people who created it.”
The Belt Railway also has its own website and Facebook page, where the museum has posted a few photos of the signs.
The first sign posted by the museum was in the early 1960s.
It shows the name and location of the first train.
Today, the museum also has photos of some of the other companies, including one for the company that built the Belt and one for a railroad that started in Connecticut.
Some of the photos have a bit of a history to them, such as this one showing a photo of a sign for the first rail line built in 1873.
The museum says that the sign was installed in 1976, but the company in the photo was never registered.
“If you look at the other railroad companies, there’s a lot that doesn’t even exist anymore,” said Zielinsky.
She says that if the museum wants to be an official source for information about the Belt Railroads, they need to get it right.
“What I think is really important is that the Belt is a public treasure and we have to be careful to not let that get tarnished,” said Katerina Dickson, the director of the Danbury Museum.
The Belt Railroad is located at the corner of Elm Street and Main Street in Danbury, Connecticut.