Gas street lights?

hey up! i live down the end of an unlit lane, and was thinking that it'd be something quite unusual to have some gas lighting to add something quite unusual to the entrance to the house...but im haveing difficulty finding anything suitable. anyone have any ideas? next problem would be pluming it in!
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r.p.mcmurphy wrote:

Camping lights still use propane/butane. You need to adapt one.
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avoid a condensing gas light in that case.
Jim A
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On Sat, 6 Nov 2004 12:14:34 -0000, "r.p.mcmurphy"

Go to eBay and search for "Bullfinch" There's a small trade in suitable lanterns, either floods or spotlights. The spotlights are those used for sign lighting on motorway rodworks and probably a bit big, but the floods (with a post and a little rain cover added) might suit you.
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"r.p.mcmurphy" wrote | hey up! i live down the end of an unlit lane, and was thinking | that it'd be something quite unusual to have some gas lighting | to add something quite unusual to the entrance to the house... | but im haveing difficulty finding anything suitable. anyone | have any ideas? next problem would be pluming it in!
Gas street lights http://www.sugglighting.co.uk/GasLighting%20Group.htm
Flambeaux http://www.sugglighting.co.uk/Flambeaux2.htm
Unfortunately their website contains text as images.
There are gas lights that run from cartridges and cylinders at http://www.fervency.com/outdoor_fv.html
Owain
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Why not just go for some ornamental electric lighting off the SON or SOX type as used in street lighting schemes. Try an ornamental lantern on a 5mtr column with an embelishment kit to make it look like a gas light. For a suitable lantern try DW Winsor lighting.
Jon.

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Try Vertitas. They made natural gas lights
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