Welcome to ROLLSIGN GALLERY!
This site is compatible with both desktop or laptop computers and smart phones or tablets.
Showing the history of public transportation through their destination
signs with the most comprehensive collection on the web!
This site was originally designed from December 18, 2004 to February 19, 2005.
Over time it has grown and improved, with new acquisitions, improved high resolution
rollsign images, photographs, and embedded YouTube videos.
This site was last updated JANUARY 11, 2019.
Notices and Events:
Going in to its 14th year online, ROLLSIGN GALLERY is compatible on computers and now tablets and smart
phones! I want to extend a personal THANK YOU to everyone that has visited the site, and have helped it expand
and grow by purchasing memorabilia. Your support has made Rollsign Gallery's presence expand world wide!
Several rollsign and electronic sign pages throughout the site have YouTube videos of the signs featured.
These web pages can be identified with the flag image "               ". Check out Rollsign Gallery's YouTube
channel, featuring all the videos on here plus additional features and informational videos by clicking
HERE.
Rollsign Gallery's NEW web series "Transportation Treasures" is now LIVE and able to view on YouTube!
Ride along as I travel all over North America searching yards and picking locations, looking for rusty relics
and hidden treasures! - The link to the episode playlist is on the homepage. DON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!
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Banner advertising has been added to every page on the website EXCEPT for this page, the Introduction
page, the memorial to Ray Neilson page, and the Transit Store pages. The revenue generated from this will
go towards the costs of keeping Rollsign Gallery online, and any surplus will go towards new material.
YOU CAN HELP!!! As you visit pages throughout the site, click on some ads.
Your help is FREE, and will assist in bringing new content to Rollsign Gallery!
What's new with the January 11, 2019 update:
- ONE NEW ROLLSIGN and a photo have been added to the Toronto Transit Commission (Toronto, Ontario) - Streetcar
rollsign section (Page 1). It is a rare one piece linen rollsign fo the PCC streetcars. It is accessed through the Ontario
hub page. The rollsign was donated to Rollsign Gallery by John McDonnell.
- ONE NEW ROLLSIGN has been added to the Laval, Quebec webpage. It is accessed through the Province of Quebec
hub page.
- ONE NEW ROLLSIGN image has been added to the Chicago, Illinois webpage. It's of a Chicago El PCC subway car
rollsign. It is accessible through the Illinois hub page. The sign is not part of the Rollsign Gallery collection. It is owned
by Dale Knutson, who loaned it to me to recreate it for Rollsign Gallery.
- THREE NEW ROLLSIGNS and one new photo have been added to the Omaha, Nebraska webpage. They are access from
the State of Nebraska on the North America map on the home page.
- TWO NEW ROLLSIGNS have been added to the Brantford, Ontario webpage. It is accessed through the Ontario hub
page
. The rollsigns were donated to Rollsign Gallery by John McDonnell.
- ONE NEW ROLLSIGN has been added to the Kitchener, Ontario webpage. It is accessed through the Ontario hub page.
The rollsign was donated to Rollsign Gallery by John McDonnell.
- ONE NEW SYSTEM is represented from the State of New Jersey: New Jersey Public Service (Oradell) with one new
rollsign and one new photo. It is access from a NEW State of New Jersey hub page.
- The system historical background on the Norwood, Ohio webpage has been updated to reflect new information found
about its history.
- ONE NEW SYSTEM is represented in the Intercity/Private Carrier section: Dayton International Airport, with one new
rollsign image. It is accessible through the Intercity Carriers link on the home page.
What's new with the August 27, 2018 update:
- ONE NEW SYSTEM is represented from New York State: Albany (Capital District) with two new rollsign images and three
photos. It is accessed through the New York State hub page.
- ONE NEW SYSTEM is represented from Vermont: Chittiden County (Montpelier) with one new rollsign image. With this
addition, a new State of Vermont hub page has also been created. It is all accessed from the State of Vermont on the
North America map on the home page.
- ONE NEW ELECTRONIC SIGN LIST has been added: Muncie, Indiana. It is accessed from the Electronic Sign List hub
page.
- ONE NEW SECTION has been added: The "TRANSIGN TRANSLATOR" Alphanumeric Rollsign Module, with photos,
historical info, and technical data, along with a YouTube video. It is all accessed through a new link in the "Other
Options" section of the home page.
- ONE NEW PROVINCE is represented: British Columbia, with one new rollsign image from Vancouver (Oakridge Garage)
and one new photo. It is accessed from the Province of British Columbia on the North America map on the home page.
- ONE NEW SYSTEM is represented from California: San DIego, with one new rollsign image and one new photograph.
It is accessed through the California hub page.
- TRANSIT STORE UPDATE: The Electronic Sign department of the Transit Store has been subdivided into individual
pages that represent signs from each separate destination sign manufacturer. In addition, all the pages have been
updated to reflect the current stock.
- TRANSIT STORE UPDATE: All pages have had a new main tab added to the top header. This new tab allows for direct
access to Rollsign Gallery's eBay seller's page, where additional items for sale may be listed.
- TWO NEW ROLLSIGNS have been added to the Milwaukee, Wisconsin - Kinnickinnic Garage webpage. They are
accessed through the Wisconsin hub page.
- A new list accompanies the North America map on the home page, to list any provinces and states that have new
rollsigns added to them.
- ONE NEW ROLLSIGN has been added to the Chicago, Illinois page: A linen rollsign from one of their propane powered
Flxible Twin coaches. It is accessed through the Illinois hub page.
- ONE NEW ROLLSIGN has been added to the Richmond, Indiana webpage, along with photos. It is accessed through the
Indiana hub page.
The rollsign and photos were donated to Rollsign Gallery by Peter Huffman.
- The WARSAW, INDIANA webpage has been updated with a virtual system map that shows the short lived fixed route
service within the city. It is accessed through the Indiana hub page.
The map data and routings were provided from the
recollections and gracious assistance of veteran drivers Sandy Sandoval and Ed Handziak.
- ONE NEW STATE is represented: New Jersey, with one new rollsign image and photo from A&C Bus Corporation, a
contracted service provider for New Jersey Transit for Jersey City. It is accessed from the New Jersey state on the
home page map.
- ONE NEW SYSTEM is represented from the Province of Ontario: Grand River Transit with one new rollisgn image. Links
to and from the GRT electronic sign page are also provided.
The rollsign was donated to RG by John McDonnell.
- ONE NEW ROLLSIGN has been added to the Toronto Transit Commission (Toronto, Ontario) - Davenport Garage page. It
is accessed through the Ontario hub page.
- TWO NEW ROLLSIGNS have been added to the Cleveland, Ohio page, along with a new photo. It is accessed through
the Ohio hub page.
- ONE NEW ROLLSIGN has been added to the Greyhound page: A Greyhound Eastern USA rollsign along with one photo.
It is accessed through the Intercity Systems hub page.
- TRANSIT STORE UPDATE: Multiple new electronic signs and equipment listings and updated availability have been
added to the Electronic Sign Department. Check each individual sub section for availability.
What's new with the May 8, 2018 update:
- ONE NEW ELECTRONIC SIGN LIST has been added to the electronic sign page from Toledo, Ohio. It is accessed
through the electronic sign hub page.
- FIVE NEW ELECTRONIC SIGNS and THREE NEW KEYPADS from various manufacturers have been added to the
Electronic Sign Gallery page (part of my personal collection). They can be viewed from the link on the Electronic Signs
hub page.
- THE BIGGEST ADDITION! - Rollsign Gallery's new web series "TRANSPORTATION TREASURES" is now on YouTube with
its first five episodes! A link to the playlist is provided on the home page.
- ONE NEW ROLLSIGN has been added to the Greyhound Bus Lines webpage. It is accessed through the Intercity
Carriers link on the home page.
The rollsign was donated to Rollsign Gallery by John McDonnell.