Star Headlight and Lantern Company Flashlight - Blue "Starlite" Railroad Lantern with Flasher Option - Model No. 215-TL (c. 1965)
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Star Headlight and Lantern Company Blue   Star Headlight and Lantern Company Blue "Starlite" Railroad Lantern with Flasher Option




Value: $10.00
Manufacturer: Star Headlight and Lantern Company
Mfgr. Model #: 215-TL
Circa: 1965
Battery: 6V
Style: Lantern



Online Since: 4/30/2007
FM Reference #: SH00007
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  alexander
I have a 215-t w/blue bottom, silver mid section and red lense. Any information on how to open for battery or transistor replacement is welcome. Thank you
Sep 21, 2011 - 11:05 AM
  pam
Mine has a flange and inside are two lights...
Aug 29, 2011 - 4:10 PM
  pam
I have on, but, how do you change the battery? Thanks
Aug 28, 2011 - 1:22 PM
  eric john
is the bulb in here a screw base or a flange base?
Nov 30, 2010 - 2:23 AM
  Brian
I just picked up a pair at a yard sale. They cleaned up well and work great!!! Really heavy duty and well built!!! Great lanterns.
Aug 2, 2010 - 6:20 AM
  Sparky
My Lantern has the same model # as the one pictured above, except mine is orange instead of blue. It works great! It uses GE# 27 bulbs and has a Transistorized Flasher. If you have one that doesn't blink and you want it to, You can replace the bulb with a GE# 407 Flasher Bulb.
May 31, 2010 - 9:09 AM
  Warren
On the railroad, a blue light is the nighttime equivelent of a blue flag. A blue flag or light protects railroad employees who will be working near or on railroad equiptment. When an employee places a blue light or a blue flag on a piece of equipment, it can not be moved by anyone until the employee who placed the light or flag takes it off.
Jan 17, 2010 - 4:51 PM
  Greg
Was probably a MOW lantern. Blue is always used for maintanance purposes on railroads. Great lantern.
May 5, 2009 - 8:09 PM
  Toby
I have two of these. One flashes and the other is solid. They sure work great!
Dec 13, 2007 - 9:32 PM


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