Adlake is a shortened name of the "Adams & Westlake" company. They began doing business in 1857 in Chicago. They manufactured railroad supplies and hardware in Chicago. In 1927, they moved to Elkhart, Indiana.
The difference between "lamp" and "lantern" is that the lamp is meant to be hung on a post or a hook during use and the lantern is hand-held and only used when a person is directing traffic.
F.O.A.L. (1900-1924) was Brussels based tools factory. The adapted the lamp by adding enamel white and red mounts to be used at railway switches.
This kerosene lamp is in working order with the original wick still in it.
shipping in sturdy package with track&trace
- Nombre d’articles
- Chemins de fer - Lampe Adlake non transpirante
- Modèle / Nom
- The Adlake non-sweating lamp
- Période estimée
- Début du XXe siècle
- Pays d’origine
- Bon état - quelques usures et tâches dues à l’âge
- 40×23.5×23.5 cm
- 5.5 kg