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There are, however, a number of platform, street, and wall lanterns shown on another page, and such lanterns were certainly known to have been used in railroad stations and other facilities.Other pages show a number of "non-railroad" lantern models that are commonly called "railroad lanterns" in internet auctions.This brochure clearly shows that these were not sold for railroad purposes. In order to allow readability, scans are very large and may take some time to download on a modem connection.Some models have higher-capacity tanks while others have become favorites due to their lightweight and portable structure.Other models are geared to provide the maximum amount of light possible.This is an older version, probably from the 1920's. This means they had basically an extra curve in the vertical tubes pointing down towards the tank.