• Con-Ed 2.4kV - Mamaroneck, NY

    Con-Ed is in the process of constructing a new brakestomper here.

  • Con-Ed 2.4kV - Mamaroneck, NY

    Here is a 2.4kV single phase pole with a transformer.

  • Con-Ed 2.4kV - Mamaroneck, NY

    Con-Ed has plenty of the old orange bayonet fuses still in service on their 4.16kV systems!


  • Con-Ed 2.4kV - Mamaroneck, NY

    Here's another look at the 2.4 kV single phase transformer pole.

  • Con-Ed 2.4kV - Mamaroneck, NY

    A close view of one of the old orange bay-o-net cutout. Many of these live on in Con-Ed land!

  • Con-Ed 4.16kV - Mamaroneck, NY

    Lots of wires here. What you see is one three-phase 4.16kV primary, with single- and three-phase secondaries running with a shared neutral below in a 6-on-the-arm configuration.


  • Con-Ed 4.16kV - Mamaroneck, NY

    Here's some more three-phase construction from Con-Ed. Lots of transformers on this line!

  • Con-Ed 4.16kV - Mamaroneck, NY

    Here is a more recent three-phase transformer pole from Con-Ed, having been put up in the 1980s.

  • Con-Ed 4.16kV - Mamaroneck, NY

    Any idea what may be on the other side of this pole?


  • Con-Ed 4.16kV - Mamaroneck, NY

    Another close-up of the old Westinghouse three-phase transformer. Note the early style pole hanging strap.

  • Con-Ed 4.16kV - Mamaroneck, NY

    Here's a closer look at the three-phase Westinghouse can, which is well over 90 years old now. It has four bushings on the primary, with a white one for the neutral.

  • Con-Ed 4.16kV - Mamaroneck, NY

    Here is the front side of this pole: The pole you see here hosts an old three-phase 'all in one' Westinghouse transformer of the 1919 design. Don't miss the close-up pictures following this one--many interesting details in this wonderful old can!


  • Con-Ed 4.16kV - Mamaroneck, NY

    A bottom-side view of the old three-phase Westinghouse can, showing its "plus" shaped octagonal case.

  • Con-Ed 4.16kV - Mamaroneck, NY

    Here's a close-up view of the old Westy on the neighboring pole. Makes me wonder if the two poles and their transformers went up at the same time.

  • Con-Ed 4.16kV - Mamaroneck, NY

    Here's another three-phase "all in one" transformer pole with one of Con-Ed's typical "6 on the arm" secondaries.


  • Con-Ed 4.16kV - Mamaroneck, NY

    Classic Con-Ed armless construction with a three-phase "all in one" transformer.

  • Con-Ed 4.16kV - Mamaroneck, NY

    Here is a close view of Con-Ed's armless bracket. It consists of four pieces, and is bolted to the pole as one assembly.

  • Con-Ed 4.16kV - Mamaroneck, NY

    Very old pole here. I think one of the small brown porcelain insulators on the right is a Hartford Faience unit.


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