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Victorian Railway/ Signal mans Lantern

Victorian Railway/ Signal mans Lantern

SKU: RJ00390
£60.00Price

Railway lanterns were used from the start of the introduction of railways (around 1825 in the UK). Usually lit by a small paraffin burner with a wick.

 

This railway lantern has a twisting top to enable the changing of the cloured lenses; red for stop, and green for go. This would have been used by the station master to signal the train.

 

Very good condition still with original parrafn burner.

 

Dimensions: 31cm high x 21cm diameter

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SKU:

RJ00390

Period:

1880

Railway lanterns were used from the start of the introduction of railways (around 1825 in the UK). Usually lit by a small paraffin burner with a wick.

 

This railway lantern has a twisting top to enable the changing of the cloured lenses; red for stop, and green for go. This would have been used by the station master to signal the train.

 

Very good condition still with original parrafn burner.

 

Dimensions: 31cm high x 21cm diameter

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