The Pere Marquette Railway (reporting mark PM) operated in the Great Lakes region of the United States and southern parts of Ontario in Canada. It had trackage in the states of Michigan, Ohio, Indiana and the Canadian province of Ontario. Its primary connections included Buffalo; Toledo; and Chicago. The company was named after Père (French for Father) Jacques Marquette S.J. (1637–1675), a French Jesuit missionary who founded Michigan's first European settlement, Sault Ste Marie.

Adlake kero No.200
Stamped P.M.RY Pere Marquette Railway 
Globe is a clear Corning nonex 
Bail is a fixed  metal hollow tube 
No.1 bayonet No.250 marked burner, No.300 stamped Fount.

Condition  - is good , nice patina overall,  no heavy rusting or heavy pitting present. 
Some light pitting on lid and old red paint rements in crevices. 
Burner is free and turning. 
No visible condition issues present. 

** has not been oil tested **

Pere Marquette Railway Adlake No.200 kero ( fixed tube bail)

SKU: PMRYAK200
$115.00Price

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