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tilley industrial lamps & lanterns tilley industrial lamps & lanterns this tilley model ol 49 is an outdoor lamp. it was manufactured between 1928-30. it is a 300 cp version of a indoor model that has been weatherized with a close fitting top cowl. one set of instructions warned against using it indoors which could overheat the fount! this lamp is in neil mcrae's collection; from the collection of the late john findlay. this tilley model gl 1 is a general purpose floodlight that was manufactured from around 1933 to '40. this 300 cp burner is no bigger than the standard lantern and only gives a good spread of light because of the 12" reflector. this was made for a tripod as on the fl 6 below. this model, in neil mcrae's collection, lacks the globe but has the correct ventilator and glass cage. the model al 11 dates from 1935 to 1937 and was designed as a rail road inspection lamp. they have a 250 cp burner and give a reflected cp of 1500 or more. this one was given to neil mcrae by a gentleman that had been using it as a headlight on a canal narrow boat. front and back images of a tilley fl 5 floodlight, made in 1936-37. these floodlights were mounted on a tripod or stand (see image of an fl 6 below). the plate on the back of this light says "sig & tele woking" which neil mcrae believes identifies a southern railway that included woking, england. neil left parts of this lamp with polished metal rather than returning it all to the original black. this model pl 55 lantern dates from the late 1930's and was used by a rail road company. the red band on the fount denoted a maintenance and emergency gang. this is a larger fount version of the pl 53 and was a predecessor to the br lanterns. this lantern is in neil mcrae's collection. neil mcrae and tilley book author jim dick agree that this lamp was probably built by tilley as model ex93 originally for the victorian railway in australia in 1938 for station platform lighting. neil's version of this lamp (above-uk) has thegf control cock while jim dick's lamp in australia has the xn control cock. the rare tilley model sl-1 searchlight was manufactured from the mid 1930's into wwii this searchlight is capable of 20,000 reflected cp, according to jim dick in his tilley book. this model is in neil mcrae's collection; from the collection of the late john findlay. model al 10 hand inspection lamp (left) was designed for use by the rail companies and was made around 1934, according to neil mcrae whose collection these are in. the unknown inspection lamp (right) may have been made by tilley in the late 30's or during wwii by an individual who combined an old al10 and a new steel welded fount. bo ryman restored this tilley floodlight model fl 6 including painting it and recreating the transfer label. it is marked for the swedish civil defense. this model, seen here with the rare tripod stand, was manufactured between the mid 1940's and early '50's. bo has owned if for about 30 years. the model ol51 is a 500 cp outdoor donut lamp. tilley made these from the mid 1930's to around 1962. as with all donut lamps, this model was used mainly by the railways. in neil mcrae's collection. the challow lamp is named for the station in the uk on the great western rr line where the model was first used, according to jim dick in his book on the tilley lamp. the reflector directs the lamp's light along the axis of the platform and the lamp can be raised and lowered for fueling and maintenance. this lamp is in kenny connolly's collection. this tilley al21 inspection lamp reflects 2000 cp. this lamp dates to ca 1950 according to stephan kalkbrenner, who restored it and whose collection it is in. the previous owner had it for about 50 years and worked at the deutsch bundesbahn (german federal railway). this version was painted black but stephan restored it in gray as it was used at the technisches hilfswerk (german technical help works). four model al21 hand inspection lamps in neil mcrae's collection: (from left) 1941-46, 1946 to early 1950's, early 1950's to 1961, and 1961 to late 1960's. the earlier two lamps have three, rather than four, legs among other differences. the british army calls this tilley "hospital lamp" a "lamp paraffin pressure hospital and survey." this model can be wall mounted, suspended by the central hanging loop, stood on a table, or carried. this is an ex military lamp ca. 1954 that neil mcrae obtained from a shop keeper on canvey island. it had been used for perhaps 5 hours for emergency light. tilley made the oh574 lamp for specific needs, such as inspecting overhead cables from underground railroad tunnels, according to jim dick, who notes that the reflector can be tilted from nearly horizontal to nearly vertical. the lamp reflects 4000 cp. this lamp is in jeff johnson's collection. in the model no. br 49, br stands for british rail. this model was sold to the public but the vast majority were railroad lanterns. they are a modified x246 with an extended cage and a longer generator which allowed them to use a kero fed wick device for pre-heating. this lantern is in neil mcrae's collection. to see subsequent br models touch here. model al 15, left, and model al 15a, right. these railroad inspection lamps were much lighter than the al 11 (above) and produced about 1000 reflected candlepower from a 250 cp burner. al 15a has a track work stand. al 15 dates from the late 1950's; al 15a dates from 1962 to ~1968. both of these lanterns are in neil mcrae's collection. this model al 8 was designed in the 1930's for use as track work lamps for the rail companies. this is a late one that dates to 1961 and is unusual with a black, rather than brown, ventilator. the 300 cp burner gives about 1000 cp of reflected light. this one is also in neil mcrae's collection. this al 620 is another inspection lamp but with a standard conversion head and the same globe as the table lamps use. this one, in neil mcrae's collection, dates to march, 1966. by the 1970's and 80's tilley was no longer making inspection lamps so london transport made their own from tilley x246 parts. this lamp was photographed by neil mcrae, who has designated it lt1. the tilley lamp company has confirmed for neil that this one was made by london transport. a second inspection lamp by london transport from the same era as above. neil mcrae, whose collection this is in, has seen one other like it. neil has designated this lamp lt2. a third inspection lamp by london transport as above. this one, in neil mcrae's collection, was given to him by a man who used it while working for london transport. neil has designated this lamp lt3. american gas machine lanterns - early models main agm lanterns - models beginning with the mid-1930's american gas machine lamps agm, king seeley, & thermos lanterns - later models coleman lamps before mid-1920's coleman lanterns pre-1931 coleman lamps after mid 1920's coleman lanterns 1931 - 1945 coleman hollow wire lighting coleman lanterns 1946 - 1960 coleman stoves pre-1945  coleman lanterns 1961 - 1980 coleman stoves post-1945  coleman lanterns 1981 - present custom lighting heater etc. manufacturers a - k hollow wire lighting heater etc. manufacturers l - z international lamp manufacturers a - f international lantern manufacturers a - e international lamp manufacturers g - z  international lantern manufacturers f - m irons  international lantern manufacturers n - s links  international lantern manufacturers t - z pumps propane lantern & stove manufacturers a - b  stove manufacturers a - d propane lantern & stove manufacturers c stove manufacturers e - o propane lantern & stove manufacturers d - m stove manufacturers p - z propane lantern & stove manufacturers n - z swedish lamps tilley lanterns tilley household lamps pre-1945 us lantern manufacturers a - g tilley household lamps post-1945 us lantern manufacturers h - m tilley industrial lamps & lanterns us lantern manufacturers n - p us lamp manufacturers a - b us lantern manufacturers q - z us lamp manufacturers c - m wrench & other lamp tool manufacturers a - m us lamp manufacturers n - r wrench & other lamp tool manufacturers n - z us lamp manufacturers s - z the content and opinions expressed on this page belong to the author of the page and are not endorsed by north central college. the college accepts no responsibility for the content of these pages. © 2000 terry marsh last updated april 8, 2006  tgmarsh@noctrl.edu
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