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VINTAGE red globe ADLAKE RAILROAD KEROSENE LANTERN---SOU.RY----USA/CANADA. Barn find and is as found. I wiped off dust but will leave cleaning to new owner or keep as is. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail and insured.Seller Rating: 98.9% positive. The biggest distinction in railroad lanterns are between fixed globe, tall globe, and short globe lanterns, there are also special case items such as presentation lanterns and larger lamps of various types. The most important feature of a railroad lantern though, is the railroad stamp that should be .

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For example, if you present a plain Southern Railroad Adlake lantern, or a New York Central Railroad Vesta lantern, or a Pennsylvania Railroad Dressel lantern for sale, I'll probably offer you about $25 (if I'm in the market to buy one). The reason is that these are very common lanterns, I already have versions of them, and I can buy them for. In the days before city lights and GPS, railroad lanterns served a very important purpose: they communicated signals at night between trains and stations.Sometimes, a timely lantern was a life-or-death illumination.