Type 24A-W Lamppost. Modified: September of 1944. The filigree on the curved crook is wrought iron with a rosette in the middle.
Location: North side, adjacent to 10 Pine Street between Broadway and Nassau Street, Manhattan. Historic landmark since 1997.
Location: North east corner of West Street and Albany Street, Manhattan. Removed in 1997.
Location: North east corner of West Street and Cedar Street, Manhattan. It is unknown when this lamppost was removed.
Location: South east corner of New Street and Wall Street, Manhattan. Note that the globe from the luminaire (2651 SR.) is missing and photo was taken in 1978. This lamppost was hit by a vehicle and was removed in 1979.
Location: South side and adjacent to Surrogates Court Building on Reade Street between Centre Street and Elk Street in Manhattan. Lamppost is located at The African Burial Ground and the Commons Historic district and is protected.
Location: South west corner of Worth Street and Cardinal Hayes Place, Manhattan. It is unknown when these photos were taken. Lamppost was removed in 1992.
Location: Entrance to Manhattan Bridge, Bowery. Photo was taken in 1978 and this lamppost was removed in 1993.
Location: South west corner of Centre Street and Broome Street, Manhattan. Photo was Taken in 1978 and this lamppost was removed in 1982.
location: South side of West 18th Street between 5th Avenue and Avenue of the Americas, Manhattan. Note that the original luminaire was replaced a Westinghouse AK-10 (3438-2), also known as the cuplight. Photo on the left was taken in 1978. photo on the right was taken in 1982. In April of 1982. this lamppost was hit by a vehicle and was removed.
Location: North west corner of Lexington Avenue and East 43rd Street, Manhattan and adjacent to Grand Central Terminal. Lamppost removed in 1995.
Location: North west corner of Lexington Avenue and East 47th Street, Manhattan. Photo on the left was taken in 1980. Photo on the right was taken in 1991. Note that the photo on the right lumiaire was replaced by Luminaire Products , IVY Series, manufacture by Spring City Electrical Company, Spring City, PA. This lamppost was removed in 1995.