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The Bangor and Aroostook Railroad (reporting mark BAR) was a United States railroad company that brought rail service to Aroostook County in northern Maine. Brightly painted BAR box cars attracted national attention in the 1950s. First-generation diesel locomotives operated on BAR until they were museum pieces. The economic downturn of the 1980s coupled with the departure of heavy industry from northern Maine forced the railroad to seek a buyer and end operations in 2003.

Adlake kero No.250 
Marked B.A.R. 
Unmarked red kero globe 
Fount and burner are correct matching to the frame.
250 marked no.1 bayonet burner.

Condition  - very good, no heavy rusting or pitting .
Untouched , unrestored .
Fount looks good with no holes.
Burner  is  free and turning.
No visible condition issues.

** has not  been oil tested **

B.A.R. Bangor & Aroostook Railroad Adlake kero 250

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