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CM&StP Chicago Milwaukee St.Paul RR Lantern

Chicago Milwaukee St.Paul Railroad Wire ring bottom Lantern. The top reads "The Adams & Westlake Co. Adlake Reliable New York, Chicago, Phila." "C & N.W.RY. Along with various patent dates beginning with May 5, 1908 and ending with April 1913. The clear cast glass globe measures approx. 5-3/8 inches tall and has an internal crack that hides in the harness, but want you to know its there. Raised lettering - CM&St.P.Ry. on the back of the glass globe it says " Safety First" also in raised lettering. Very nice collectible for that Railroad enthusiast. Very nice condition for its age.   


Pre-1900 Railroad Lighting Encyclopedia Vol 1 by: Richard C. Bar

Book Collector Bookstore is a retailer of new books located in Leavenworth, Kansas. We specialize in price guides and reference books for the antiques and collectibles industry. The supplement #1 to Volume 1, $12.95 value included! Table of Contents: - - OUR NOTES:Our customers consider this THE definitive reference volume in the field of identifying pre-1900 lighting devices and related accessories (burners, globes, wicks, etc.) used by the railroads of that era. Yes, there is a section in the back for those who need to find on what page the Boston & Lowell Middlesex Central Railroad examples can be seen. as well as what seems like hundreds of other long gone boom and bust railroad companies of that era. Of course, the major manufacturers are well detailed, as one would expect. A sampling of the prominent names youll find within include: Adams & Westlake Armspear Barons of Ohio Defiance Lantern F.O. Dewey R.E. Deitz Embury Peter Gray J.H. Kelly Keystone Loeffelholz Porter Star Head Steam Gauge . as well as many other makers, including some of the more obscure and lesser names. ---- copyright 2004, Collector Bookstore, John K, ReviewerPUBLISHERS DESCRIPTION:A comprehensive and profusely illustrated history of the railroad hand lantern.   



This railroad lantern is marked The Northwestern Line GNRY CSTPM&ORY This stands for Chicago, St.Paul & Minneapolis Rail Yard. This lantern was for switch yard use by a switchman. Produced by the Adlake Manufacturing Co. In very good condition. Standard size. I am adding further information that I sent to an inquiry. Perhaps it will be useful here.On the very top of the lantern it reads : Adams & Westlake Co."Adlake" Reliable New York, Chicago, & Phil. The next rim down or collar? as follows. Patented May5 1908 2. Pats. Jan 26, 1909- Nov 28-1911-2 Pats. July 2 1912 1-21-1913 On the Glass Chimney, globe, The Northwestern Line in their logo and C.St.P.M&ORY On the opposite side it says Safety First, NY    


C.1900 Pennsylvania Railroad Tea Pot - script PRR.

This is a very early PRR dining car tea pot with a beautiful script PRR logo on one side. The script logo was used until approximately 1908. The inside of the lid is stamped with the number 40, which is also on the bottom. It’s in very nice condition, and is well marked on the bottom. See the photographs.Size: 5 1/4" h x 7 1/2" wBottom marking: Rowley Mfg. Co. Seamless Silver Soldered. 5115.14 oz. Pat App’d For. M. 40.ORIG PRICE $280 SALE $195   


Lionel Train PENNSYLVANIA Locomotive MUSICAL Pennsylvania 6-5000

LOCOMOTIVES Lionel Train Musical Pennsylvania Railroad Locomotive by Westland Giftware #2277, featuring an official licensed beautifully detailed & painted sculpted Lionel product. It has the appearance of being on a track going down a slope with gravel and plants. It is about 10 inches long by 5 inches high. The bottom has a wind-up mechanism, and the tune Pennsylvania 6-5000 plays. Original retail was $89.99. This is a limited edition, the number and name are fired into the bottom of the cold-cast porcelain. It is Guaranteed in mint condition, and comes in the attractive box pictured below. ALL 3 IN SERIES: $268 INCLUDING INSURED US SHIPPING - SAME AS LIST PRICE.(3rd One Is Only $18).   



Two mid to later 19th century CDVs (carte de visites) photographs of the ’first steam railroad locomotive employed on a public railway’. Nicely back marked by the Victorian England Hoggard photography studio ofMiddleboro (’patronized by the QUEEN’. All in nice condition with only the most minor evidence of age as testimony of originality. A neat pair of images of the Civil War period, these photos will be especially appreciated by the collector of early steam engines and railroad material. Dont forget to give our search feature a try for special wants. (located at the top of the thumbnail page) A simple key word in lower case works best.    


Bronze Griffin Railroad Station Clock

Beautiful bronze clock with two lion griffins and nice detail. This clock was recovered from an old American railroad station.   


Passenger Car Oil Sconce. 1 only. Solid Brass. Adlake.

This is a very impressive, very lovely antique oil lamp is a fine example of railroad car lighting that lasted from the early days of the railroad all the way up to and maybe beyond the roaring 20s. I think this particular lamp is my all time favorite example of what put the romance into train travel. These beautiful, mesmerizing, flickering oil lights.    


Lehmann-Gross-Bahn The Big Train Set

This LGB train sedt includes an engine and 3 train cars. The engine is red, green, and black. One car is red & cream, one is blue & cream, and the third is a dining car which is blue with the saying "VOITURE RESTAURANT". It does include the original power pack and all boxes. This is a really neat train, take a look at the pictures and if you have any questions feel free to contact us.   


Wm. Crooks Safety award Plate, BNSF Railway

Porcelain A plate dated 1999 that was a safety award to employees of the BNSF Railway. Numbered 3202 of 49,000 produced. Measures 10.25 in. diameter. Gold trimmed edge. The history of the famous Wm. Crooks is on the back. It has the Certificate of Authenticity with it. Damage free. No box.   


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