The Michigan Central Railroad (reporting mark MC) was originally incorporated in 1846 to establish rail service between Detroit, Michigan, and St. Joseph, Michigan. The railroad later operated in the states of Michigan, Indiana, and Illinois in the United States and the province of Ontario in Canada. After about 1867 the railroad was controlled by the New York Central Railroad, which later became part of Penn Central and then Conrail. After the 1998 Conrail breakup, Norfolk Southern Railway now owns much of the former Michigan Central trackage.

Armspear tall globe model
M.C.R.R. cast in a Corning no.39 globe 
Brass No.2 burner 

Condition  - excellent,  bright tin plate remaining. Light surface wear in areas.
No heavy rusting or pitting present. 
Dome has a small dent on edge and two small dimple dents  ( as shown)
Fount is clean , burner is free and turning. 
Globe has minor flea bites on edges.

** has not been oil tested **

M.C.R.R. Michigan Central Armspear ( No.39 cast globe)

SKU: ARMMCRR
$165.00Price

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