One of my westbound ground signals was in grave danger of getting sideswiped when trains moved through my crossovers at Bryant Jct. Luckily Terry at Custom Signals opened up shop again this summer and I was able to get some bridge heads from him. The westbound signal (over center track) is one of his PRR-52s (the ground version equivalent in this spot was a PRR-55) which comes with three boards to give you three different aspects and indications for three different routes. I have it set for restricting for trains moving onto the eastbound track and slow approach when the crossovers are set to route trains into my front yard lead/interchange track. The signal on the left is one of my only opposite facing signals and its most permissive speed is also restricting for now. I may add more signals for bidirectional running in the future.
I built this out of two Plasticville signal bridges spliced together. The half round supports were bent from 1/32" brass L but I think they look a little too light. I may come up with something different for the next bridge I have planned to span the other end of this set of crossovers.