The lamp was electrified but we removed the electrification so it DOESN'T includes the fuel font or burner. 14" tall x 9" wide and lens is 5 in diameter.Item has definite wear and tear due to age and usage, but is in very good overall shape. Pease see all pictures as they are an important part of the description. This is a train "order" lamp which illuminates the train order signal at a depot. A little history - The Rock Island and La Salle Railroad Company was incorporated in Illinois on February 27, 1847, and an amended charter was approved on February 7, 1851, as the Chicago and Rock Island Railroad. Construction began October 1, 1851, in Chicago, and the first train was operated on October 10, 1852, between Chicago and Joliet. Construction continued on through La Salle, and Rock Island was reached on February 22, 1854, becoming the first railroad to connect Chicago with the Mississippi River. There is some amazing history if you are interested. The item "Vintage Chicago Rock Island Pacific Railroad Adlake NonSweating Lamp Signal Lamp" is in sale since Wednesday, October 7, 2020.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Transportation\Railroadiana & Trains\Hardware\Lanterns & Lamps". The seller is "the_rusty_hoe" and is located in Sellersville, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped to United States.