A.F. Product Gallery: Replacement Lamp

Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:432
Road Name:Replacement Lamp
18-volt bulbs, some are clear, and some are colored. 432CD has a dimple at the top of the bulb.
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model owned by Tom Henderson
photo © Tom Henderson
Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:440
Road Name:Replacement Lamp
The #440 "Replacement Clear Lamps" were offered from 1950 through 1956, in a box that contained three 7/16" clear 14-volt lamps with a screw type base. The #440 came packaged in three different types of boxes. The early boxes were tan with a red and white label. The next generation of lamps was packages in yellow and blue boxes, and finally the lamps were package in red and white boxes.
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model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler
Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:441
Road Name:Replacement Lamp
The #441 "Replacement Red Lamps" were offered from 1950 through 1956, in a box that contained three 9/16" red 18-volt lamps with a screw type base. The #441 came packaged in three different types of boxes. The early boxes were tan with a red and white label. The next generation of lamps was packages in yellow and blue boxes, and finally the lamps were package in red and white boxes.
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model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler
Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:443
Road Name:Replacement Lamp
The #443 "Replacement Green Lamps" came three green painted lamps to the box. The lamps have a screw type base and a voltage rating of 18V that are 9/16" in diameter. The #443 came packaged in three different types of boxes. The early boxes were tan with a red and white label. The next generation of lamps was packages in yellow and blue boxes, and finally the lamps were package in red and white boxes.
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model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler
Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:444
Road Name:Replacement Lamp
The #444 "Replacement Clear Lamps" came in a box that contains three clear glass lamps. The lamps have a screw type base and a voltage rating of 18V that are 7/16" in diameter. The #444 came packaged in three different types of boxes. The early boxes were tan with a red and white label. The next generation of lamps was packages in yellow and blue boxes, and finally the lamps were package in red and white boxes.
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model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler
Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:451
Road Name:Replacement Lamp
Year Introduced:1950
The #451 Lamp was sold from 1950 through 1957. The box contained just one bulb. The #451 is an 18-volt, conical bulb that measures 1-1/16" in diameter. It was used in the #579 and #580 Street Lamps.
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model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler
Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:452
Road Name:Replacement Lamp
Year Introduced:1950
The #452 Replacement Lamp was offered from 1950 through 1957. The 14-volt 9/16" clear lamp bulb was used for the #758 Sam The Semaphore Man. Unlike the #460 Replacement Set, this item was not a dealer display, but rather this type of packaging was intended as a direct-sale item to customers.
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model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler
Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:453
Road Name:Replacement Lamp
Year Introduced:1950
The #453 Replacement Lamp was offered from 1950 through 1957. The three 18-volt 7/16" clear bulbs were used for the #720 Remote Controlled Track Switches and the #761 Semaphore as well as HO68 Switches and HO Cars. Unlike the #460 Replacement Set, this item was not a dealer display, but rather this type of packaging was intended as a direct-sale item to customers. The #453 was also cataloged in 1946 through 1949 period, however the bulb was 5/16" and the package contained only one bulb.
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model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler
Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:454
Road Name:Replacement Lamp
Year Introduced:1950
The #454 Replacement Lamp came as a single lamp in the yellow & blue box. It is a 6-8 volt, clear tubular, lamp with a bayonet. It was produced from 1950 through 1956. It was used in #8B and 12B transformers.
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model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler
Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:461
Road Name:Replacement Lamp
The #461 "Replacement Clear Beacon Lamps" are used with 769A Revolving Beacon. The three lamps have a screw type base and a voltage rating of 14V. The #461 came packaged in three different types of boxes. The early boxes were tan with a red and white label. The next generation of lamps was packages in yellow and blue boxes, and finally the lamps were package in red and white boxes.
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model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler
Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:27443
Road Name:Replacement Lamp
Year Introduced:1957
The #27443 Replacement Lamps in this package consisted of three 18-volt green painted lamps. The 9/16" diameter lamps have a screw type base. These were used in switch controllers. The #27443 is the 5-digit version of the #443 that came in a red & white box copyrighted 1956. However, the #27344 was offered from 1957 through 1964. Note the sticker which indicates the #27344 was sold at Gimbles for $0.44 marked down from $0.88.
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model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler
Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:27444
Road Name:Replacement Lamp
Year Introduced:1957
The #27444 was the 5-digit replacement for the #444. It was produced from 1857 through 1964, in only one variation. It contained three 9/16", clear, 18-volt lamps. These were used for cars, stations, and whistles. The #27444 package was sold as a complete unit dealers to individuals.
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model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler
Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:27458
Road Name:Replacement Lamp
Year Introduced:1958
The 18-volt #27458 Replacement Lamp was sold from 1958 through 1964. This is the 5-digit version of the #458. The small #27458 bulb has a bayonet base and is not listed in any of the Greenberg books. Like the #458, the #27458 is used in the #15B, #16B, #18B, #19B, and #30B transformers.
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model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler

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