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What exactally is it?

What ever it is, it's employed as some sort of guard for a crossing a few feet from the yards on the CP Outlook sub. It appears to be a semi-dismantled crossing fixture, and I am unaware if it controls the cars or the trains.
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Kinda looks like the signal we have on the Sutherland sub over the waterbridge, to warn of CN's Warman sub (signalled).
 
Not quite. This isn't a Block signal, it was something of a lesser caliber. It does look similar, I suppose.
 
That light is used to warn the crews on lesser used branch lines and spurs that the traffic lights at the intersection are all red and any grade crossing protection at that intersection is activated.
 

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