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Experts wanted to identify L.S.C. lamps

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Old 10th April 2016, 14:18
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Experts wanted to identify L.S.C. lamps

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Matching left/right copper lamps with brass inserts, 9.5 inches/24cm in height, weighing 4.5 lbs/almost 5kg each.

Any opinions or advice as to use or what L.S.C. stands for gratefully appreciated.

Thank you.
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Old 14th April 2016, 22:27
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I am not sure they are railway lamps. LSC might be a council maybe?
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Old 16th April 2016, 12:56
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I am not sure they are railway lamps. LSC might be a council maybe?
Richard

Thank you for your reply, which is certainly food for thought and a possible avenue for further investigation.

One would have expected a R at the end to denote Railway. Although there were several Canal Companies who operated railways, and of course not forgetting, which in its time was the worlds largest transport organisation - (L.M.S) omitted the R.

However I will peruse the C standing for Council/ Company.

Thank you again for your insight.
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