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Iam. Aft guy but i was at the hobby shop yesterday bought some stuff and he threw this in. Here is a photo.
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Lionel #80 is a Semaphore Signal ? Prewar
The telegraph pole could be a Lionel #60 or a #O71.
Lamp post looks like a #71, metal base? You can purchase globes.
 

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Ok thanks underneath it is marked number 80 i was going by pictures i saw a #60 telegraph so i assumed it was. The same. Thankyou for the info

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Transformers?
v 150 watt, LIONEL TRAINS V TRANSFORMER
The B 100 watt they don't list.
You might want to bookmark the link, there is all Lionel postwar train stuff there'
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Ok thanks underneath it is marked number 80 i was going by pictures i saw a #60 telegraph so i assumed it was. The same. Thankyou for the info

Al
You sure the 8 is not a 6? Unless someone used a 80 base on it?
 

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Sorry just got home from my other job it is definitely and r 100. Allso on the telegraph pole underneath i looked at it again my bad its a#60 not 80. Thankyou.

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From Tandem's website:

Variation A: Shows power output as 100 Watts. 1946 Production.
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Variation B: Shows power output as 110 Watts, it came with an instruction sheet that was dated 6-47. 1947 Production.
I guess he can put a date on his now. Thanks, mystery solved.
I didn't read the description on Tandem.
 
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