Lincolnshire https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/ Lincolnshire Trunch Lane - Chapel St Leonards Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: JUNE 2009, The majority of the SOX lanterns have been removed from this street, the replacements are either WRTL Iris as above or Philips Residium all with PL lamps. I personally do not like the Iris as it looks like an oversize SOX lantern. I think the Iris was used before East Lindsey council changed over to the Residium. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=42397474 42397474 Coronation Rd - Ingoldmells Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: JULY 2014, Down this quiet lane this top entry Philips MI50 lantern survives on a pole bracket https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=194846977 194846977 Queensway - Ingoldmells Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: JUNE 2009, How on earth this GLS lantern and badly spalling concrete column has survived I do not know, perhaps this is an unadopted road? I belive the lantern is a Revo C13285. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=42315781 42315781 Seacroft Esplanade - Seacroft Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: JUNE 2008, Though not really that old, these Philips 35W MI-50 SOX lanterns on sleeved concrete columns interested me in the fact that they are all on the same side of this gradually curving road and are all identical. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=19254765 19254765 Winthorpe Ave - Skegness Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: June 2013, An almost perfect unbroken row of 6M hockeysticks with long outreaches line this road almost all fitted with Urbis ZXU1's https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=183338662 183338662 Nr Winthorpe Ave 1 - Skegness Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: JUNE 2009, A row of sleeved concrete columns with Beta 5 lanterns. These have been sleeved for quite some time as the sleeves are badly corroded and the lanterns are around 25 years old. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=42315782 42315782 Nr Winthorpe Ave 2 - Skegness Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: June 2013, Until last year the sea front in this area was lit entirely by Thorn Beta 5's on very rusting sleeved columns as in the previous photo. Now this section has new columns with Urbis Opalo's fitted with CFL lamps but the ones in the other section still survive https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=183338667 183338667 Prince George Street - Skegness Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: JUNE 2009, This is a privatley owned lantern above a shop loading bay. I think this is an Phosco P235 and is probably an MBF lantern. Its very high mounting height around 6-7 Metres and the very brown bowl would make the output from this pretty poor. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=42315783 42315783 Richmond Road 1a - Skegness Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: JUNE 2008, This is not old but in fact brand new. Skegness is replacing it's old 35W SOX lighting stock with casual replacements. They are always PL Flourescent lanterns and this Philips Residium FGS225 caught my eye as for a new lantern i think it is a nice design and gives a nice quality of light though not as bright as the nearby 35W SOX lamps. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=19254752 19254752 Richmond Road 1b - Skegness Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: JUNE 2008, View of the Residium at night. I do like the light that this lantern gives. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=19254753 19254753 Richmond Road 2 - Skegness Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: JULY 2014, This is a replacement for a replacement as the original SOX lantern was replaced with a WTRL 'Iris' a few years ago and now a new Urbis 'Axia' lantern has been fitted, this example has 3 modules fitted but a nearby close has the 2 module version which looks odd when lit as there is a large unused area of the lantern present as if it is faulty. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=194846779 194846779 Gayton Close - Skegness Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: JUNE 2009, A row of PL Philips Residium's on heavily sleeved columns. Both the top and the bottom has been sleeved. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=42315784 42315784 Princes Parade - Skegness Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: JUNE 2008, This car park on the south end of the seafront has a couple of the Phosco P172 lanterns on concrete columns (Thanks to Mike Barford for identifing these) though not attractive they are of unusual design. Use this link for the calalogue entry on Mike Barford's site http://www.streetlightonline.co.uk/Catalogues/cuphosodecorativeamenity1.pdf https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=19254754 19254754 Denham Close (2009) - Skegness Surviving: NO, Picture Taken: JUNE 2009, A philips top entry MI50 on sleeved columns, it is unsual to see top entry lanterns used on sleeves. Skegness has large numbers of concrete columns of which nearly all are sleeved. The newer SOX columns are all hockysticks and nearly always support 55W lanterns. UPDATE: the column has since been removed, see next photo https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=42315785 42315785 Denham Close (2012) - Skegness Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: JUNE 2012, A new steel column has been installed with a residium along with all other columns on this road. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=158414505 158414505 Barbara Road - Skegness Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: JUNE 2009, This is another variety of flourescent lantern, at first glance it looks like a SOX lantern. This is a Philips FGS105, the design is the same as the SOX versions only longer. There are only a couple of these in the town so I suspect they were an earlier attempt at going to white lighting as the Residium now seems to be the lantern of choice. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=42315786 42315786 Franklin Avenue - Skegness Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: JUNE 2010, This is one of the few streets where all lanterns have been replaced by Residium's this example is unusual in that it is a side entry mount where the norm is post top entry. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=89110328 89110328 William Way - Skegness Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: JUNE 2010, This is part of a new estate being built and is a continuation of William Way though may end up with a new name? This brand new Philps Iridium is unusual in that it is a CFL lamp. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=89110329 89110329 William Way (Close Up) - Skegness Surviving: NEW, Picture Taken: JUNE 2010, This close-up shows the CFL lamp. I did take a night trip to see how it looked but none of the new lanterns are yet working. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=89110330 89110330 Nr Railway Station - Skegness Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: JUNE 2012, This 'Shovel' Lantern survives in an unused area by the railway terminal in the town, perhaps it is made by Benjamin Lighting (thanks to Mike Barford for possible identification) https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=161682484 161682484 Clock Tower 1 - Skegness Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: JUNE 2010, These old Thorn Alpha 8's are the oldest lanterns along the sea front and can be found on some of the older photos of the area, they replaced vertical flourescent columns some time in the 1970's. The remainder of the sea front now has Philips SGS 203's https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=89110331 89110331 Clock Tower 2 - Skegness Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: JUNE 2010, Another example of a surviving Alpha 8 around the Lumley Road Clock Tower. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=89110332 89110332 Clock Tower Old - Skegness Surviving: NO, Picture Taken: 1960's?, The Revo Festival Flourescent Lanterns shown here preceeded the Apha 8's currently installed. The angle this photo is taken from would now show buildings on the right hand side. Thanks to Mike Barford for sending this photo to me and for permission to use it. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=95071262 95071262 Old Wainfleet Road - Skegness Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: JUNE 2011, A concrete column with sleeve is fitted with a Philips MI 80 55W SOX lantern. 55W seems to be pretty common on the side roads of the town. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=131461368 131461368 Heath Road - Skegness Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: JUNE 2011, Another MI80 on a very angled bracket on its concrete column https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=131461369 131461369 Sunningdale Close - Skegness Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: JUNE 2011, Another unusual looking bracket here with a Philps MI50 lantern https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=131461372 131461372 Nr Seaview Road (close-up) - Skegness Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: June 2011, An old concrete column just about survives on this footpath but a new column is now installed with a Philips 'Residium' FGS 224. The old lantern appears to be a GEC with round bowl which I believe is a Z5530 'Brookvale' https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=131461375 131461375 Nr Seaview Road (close-up) - Skegness Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: June 2011, A close up of the lantern and bracket shows how bad the spalling actually has become. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=131461376 131461376 Seaview Road - Skegness Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: June 2011, One of a few lanterns around the town to have been changed from Philips MA50's or other 135W SOX lanterns to Urbis lanterns which in this case is a Evolo but some Saphires are also around. Even later in 2012 there seems to be no standard lantern for major roads in the county as new installs of Saphires, Evolos and Philips Iridiums are still taking place, only minor road lighting has standardised to Philips Residium https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=131461377 131461377 North Parade Car Park - Skegness Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: June 2013, This lone Thorn Alpha 3 survives in the entrance road but is in very poor condition https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=183338666 183338666 Seacroft Drive - Skegness Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: June 2011, This hockeystick previously held a Philips XGS 104 55W SOX as many of the other lanterns along the road are ( some are Thorn Beta 2's) but this one has changed to a Philips 'Residium' 55W PL-L flourescent lantern. I think the lantern is suited to a Hockeystick and the output stands up well to its SOX neighbours. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=131461367 131461367 Drummond Road 1 - Skegness Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: June 2013, Most of Drummond Road is lit by Philips 55W SOX lanterns except for a couple of Residiums. This Lone Urbus Evolo has now crept into the mix and I believe it is running a Cosmopolis lamp https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=183338663 183338663 Drummond Road 2 - Skegness Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: June 2013, Another lone addition has crept in, this is an Urbis Axia LED lantern is as far as I am aware is the only such example in the town UPDATE: a few further examples have been installed since. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=183338664 183338664 Linoln Road - Skegness Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: June 2013, This photo shows rather a variety of HPS lanterns around this small ring road including a GEC 'Turtle', Philips SGS 203, Urbis 'Saphire' and Philips SGS 204 https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=183338665 183338665 Broadway - Sutton-on-Sea Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: JUNE 2009, This is one of the last few Beta 5's to survive in the village, this is in a rather poor condition on its top entry pole bracket. The majority of lanterns are now Philips XGS103 or MI26 https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=42315779 42315779