Cadillac and Wadsworth streets, the North Side
The primary signal may be a Crouse-Hinds unit built between 1967 and
1983 (most likely it dates from the 1970s), but the delightful neighborhood
setting (which includes a ballpark) and the two yellow Art
Deco signals mounted on the pole make this a Most Cute Intersection.
Even the street sign is cool; it uses the Blue Highway/Interstate font,
which Syracuse used for its street signs in the 197os. This signal installation
is typical of the unassuming workhorse units Syracuse has used on a daily
basis since the 1930s, and still does even in 2002, in another century,
in another millenium.