I Have a 14 Pyle National Co. Steam Locomotive Headlamp Which I Estimate as Circa 1920's - 1930's. Or Possible Earlier The Headlamp Casting No. The Headlamp ID Plate No. Included Are Two  Working Bulbs Which Are Either 32 Volts or 36 Volts, Plus One  Burnt Out Bulb.Which Can Be Used For Show. Included is a Hammond Step Down Transformer Part No. Voltage - Primary 115 Volts, Voltage Secondary [Full Load] 36 Volts, Current Output [Max] 8A. The Transformer Connects to a [Primary] 115Volt Plug with Leads [Secondary] Connecting to the Headlamp Socket. The Transformer and Leads are Housed in a Beautiful Oak Box. The Total Package Works Great. And When Connected up to the Headlamp Casts a Beam of Light 100's of Yards. Has Three  Bolt Downs to Secure Atop The Locomotive or onto a Bracket at the Front of the Locomotive.
I got this Head Lamp 50+ years ago from my Father who worked for the "Canadian National Railway". And was told at the time it came off a "Steam Locomotive". The item "The Pyle National Co. Railway 14 Steam Locomotive Head Lamp" is in sale since Friday, March 29, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Transportation\Railroadiana & Trains\Hardware\Lanterns & Lamps".The seller is "magurdy2012" and is located in Abbotsford, British Columbia. This item can be shipped worldwide.