These are all from Cincinnati and nearby suburbs.
First is not a "traffic" signal, but pedestrian. While the signals themselves aren't anything unusual, their installation sure is.
Also not technically a traffic signal, and it looks straightforward enough, but read what kind of crossing this is.
This next one is not only unusual, it's fugly too.
Here's some typical new Eagle Durasigs. The odd thing is that backplates are completely unheard of within Cincinnati city limits. They installed them on all the signals facing the main street, but not the side street where I'm standing.
The City of Cincinnati has spec'd tunnel visors since before WWII (we have lots of old Eagleluxes and a few Crouse-Hinds Type D's from the 1940s that all have tunnel visors), and yet here's one of a series of barely 5 year old poly signals with cutaway visors (at least with correct colors) at a particular intersection.
Here's a Crouse-Hinds beacon with a salvaged top plate used for the bottom plate. Oops.
Here's some more of those hideous mixed-size doghouses. It's funny to note that the paint (powder coating?) on the newer 12" heads is in much worse shape than the paint on the older 8" heads.
Finally, a relatively new poly signal with a 50+ year old Crouse-Hinds door and visor hose-clamped in place. How sexy is that?