Beds Villages (Haynes - Woburn) https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/ Beds Villages (Haynes - Woburn) Forresters Close 1 - Haynes Surviving: See Description, Photo Taken: November 2007, GEC Z5590 on concrete column. The column was sleeved in January 2008 and a Phosco P567 lantern fitted. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=31890066 31890066 Forresters Close 2 - Haynes Surviving: See Description, Photo Taken: November 2007, Another GEC Z5590 on concrete column. The column was sleeved in January 2008 and a Phosco P567 lantern fitted (see inset). https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=31889829 31889829 Rooktree Way 1 (2008) - Haynes Surviving: NO, Photo Taken: November 2008, Badly spalling column with Thorn Beta 5 missing its Bowl. This and several others in the village is under control of the County Council (now the Central Beds unitary authority). The remainder are under Parish Council control. UPDATE: The column and lantern were removed late December 2011 (see next photo) https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=31889830 31889830 Rooktree Way 1 (2011) - Haynes Surviving: NEW, Photo Taken: December 2011, A replacement column and WRTL 'Libra' has been install where the old concrete column stood. This marks a return to white lighting in the village...at least in Central Beds controlled areas anyway. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=145612662 145612662 Rooktree Way 2 - Haynes Surviving: NO, Photo Taken: November 2008, Another badly spalling column with Thorn Beta 5 lantern. UPDATE: This column was also removed in December 2011 and a new column with WRTL 'Libra' installed https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=31890062 31890062 Howard Close 1 - Haynes Surviving: NO, Photo Taken: December 2011, Howard Close is controlled by Central Beds and this Stanton 1805 concrete column would have been part of the original installation in the close. Its days are highly likely to be numbered now as the close has already been partially upgraded to new columns during late December 2011. UPDATE: All the remaining columns including this one were removed and replaced in January 2012 https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=145612663 145612663 Howard Close 2 - Haynes Surviving: NEW, Photo Taken: December 2011, One of 3 new columns installed where Stanton concretes originally stood. This installation took place in late December 2011 https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=145612664 145612664 Silver End Road 1 - Haynes Surviving: See Description, Photo Taken: November 2008, Thorn MBF Beta 4 on concrete column, I belive these columns are Stanton and Stavely though they have no name on them. UPDATE: this column was sleeved and a Phosco lantern fitted in April 2010 along with the next column further up, now no MBF lanterns survive along this road.FURTHER UPDATE: The Phosco was replaced by a V-Max in 2017 https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=31890791 31890791 Silver End Road 2 - Haynes Surviving: See Description, Photo Taken: November 2008, This column also had a Beta 4 lantern until November 2008 when the column was sleeved and CU Phosco lantern fitted. FURTHER UPDATE: The Phosco was replaced by a V-Max in 2017 https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=31889831 31889831 Silver End Road 3 - Haynes Surviving: See Description, Photo Taken: November 2008, Its early evening and the Beta 4 is lit with the light looking very yellow from the discoloration of the bowl. A few days later the column was sleeved (see inset) https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=31890065 31890065 Northwood End Road 1 - Haynes Surviving: See Description, Photo Taken: November 2008, A very yellow Beta 4 that is likely to be replaced in 2011. UPDATE: The column was sleeved and a P576 installed in November 2010 FURTHER UPDATE: The Phosco was replaced by a V-Max in 2017 https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=31890063 31890063 Northwood End Road 2 (2008-9) - Haynes Surviving: See Description, Photo Taken: November 2008, This Beta 4 was removed and the column sleeved in March 2009 (see inset). further replacement was undertaken in 2017 (see next photo) https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=31890067 31890067 Northwood End Road 2 (2017) - Haynes Surviving: See Description, Photo Taken: June 2017, In 2017 around 50% of all Parish lighting in the village was replaced by Holophane V-Max LED lanterns https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=204239909 204239909 Northwood End Road 3 - Haynes Surviving: See Description, Photo Taken: November 2008, Fairly modern column with Thorn Beta 7 and Vandal Resitant Bowl running MBF. UPDATE: the Beta 7 was removed along with its bracket and a P567 installed in November 2010. FURTHER UPDATE: The Phosco was replaced by a V-Max in 2017 https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=31891873 31891873 Northwood End Road 4 - Haynes Surviving: See Description, Photo Taken: November 2008, Thorn Beta 4 with GEC Z5590 Bowl fitted. This was removed and the column sleeved in November 2008. UPDATE: The Phosco was replaced by a V-Max in 2017 https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=31890310 31890310 Northwood End Road 5 - Haynes Surviving: NO, Photo Taken: March 2009, Post bracket mounted Beta 4 missing its bowl. A there is no yellowing bowl the lamp is very bright. The local contractor plans to make this one of the last to be replaced. UPDATE: the lantern and bracket has been replaced by a new bracket and WRTL 'Delta' running a SON lamp. The old bracket and lantern is now at home FURTHER UPDATE: The Delta was replaced by a V-Max in 2017 https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=31890311 31890311 Church End Road - Haynes Surviving: NO, Photo Taken: March 2009, A rather long post mounted bracket supporting a Thorn Beta 4, again running MBF. The bracket is not mounted at the normal 90 degrees to the road for some reason. UPDATE: the lantern and bracket has been replaced by a new bracket and WRTL 'Delta' running a SON lamp https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=31890650 31890650 West End (Summer 2011) - Haynes Surviving: SEE DESCRIPTION, Photo Taken: JULY 2011, One of the only unsleeved concretes left in 2011 due to be sleeved during winter. there are some Beta 4's still surviving as well as this one. All of the Beta 4's are MBF. UPDATE: in November 2011 this lantern was removed and the column sleeved, see next photo https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=131470576 131470576 West End (Winter 2011) - Haynes Surviving: SEE DESCRIPTION, Photo Taken: NOVEMBER 2011, The same column (now sleeved) now holds a WRTL 'Delta' which is running SON, 2 further 'Delta's' are now installed on pole brackets further down the same road. 1 MBF lantern survives in the West End area which is a GEC Z8896 on a steel column. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=145114626 145114626 Moore's Close (2009) - Maulden Surviving: SEE DESCRIPTION, Picture Taken: APRIL 2009, Attractive little lantern which I think may be an Eleco HW852 Ware. this runs Mercury and the column is in very good condition for its age. UPDATE: in 2011 all the Columns in the close have been sleeved and rather unattractive lanterns fitted (see next photo) https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=34312661 34312661 Moore's Close (2011) - Maulden Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: APRIL 2011, In 2011 the newly sleeved columns now support fugly Urbis ZXU1 lanterns, which appear to be SON. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=121845628 121845628 Clophill Road (2009) - Maulden Surviving: NO, Picture Taken: APRIL 2009, This garage forecourt ceased to sell petrol several years ago but the pumps and the lanterns remain but in a rather battered condition, could they possibly be Falks Beaufort 20 Lanterns? UPDATE: In 2011 both columns have been removed and so have 2 of the pumps. (See next Photo) https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=34312660 34312660 Clophill Road (2011) - Maulden Surviving: N/A Picture Taken: APRIL 2011, The forecourt is now rather bare, sad to see the old lanterns have gone. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=121845629 121845629 Water End 1 - Maulden Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: APRIL 2008, A nice though dayburning Eleco HW 918 Silver Ray Junior on concrete column. This was still dayburning a year later. UPDATE: in October 2010 the lantern had been re-lamped but still dayburning https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=34319220 34319220 Water End 2 - Maulden Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: APRIL 2008, Another dayburning Eleco HW 918 Silver Ray Junior on concrete column. This was also still dayburning a year later. UPDATE: in October 2010 the lantern had been re-lamped but still dayburning https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=34319176 34319176 Water End 3 - Maulden Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: APRIL 2008, Another dayburning Eleco HW 918 Silver Ray Junior on concrete column. This was also still dayburning a year later, could they be group switched? UPDATE: in October 2010 the lantern had been re-lamped but still dayburning, I can confirm that they are not group switched as I have spotted small PEC sensors on the tops. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=34319297 34319297 Moore Lane 1 - Maulden Surviving: SEE DESCRIPTION, Picture Taken: APRIL 2008, Attractive little lantern which I think may be an Eleco HW852 Ware. this runs Mercury and the column is in very good condition for its age. though a similar name to Moore's Close the 2 roads are close on 2 miles apart. UPDATE: in 2012 the column was sleeved and an Arc Fitted https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=34319296 34319296 Moore Lane 2 (2008) - Maulden Surviving: See Description, Picture Taken: APRIL 2008, Another little lantern which I think may be an Eleco HW852 Ware. this again runs Mercury and the column iis this time a swanneck design though still in good condition. UPDATE: in 2012 the column was sleeved (see next photo) https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=34319295 34319295 Moore Lane 2 (2012) - Maulden Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: JULY 2012, Now sleeved the column is barely recognisable and now an Arc is fitted. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=161681904 161681904 Chestnut Crescent - Maulden Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: APRIL 2009, Another nice example of what looks like an Eleco HW852 Ware and again a very tidy column. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=34321340 34321340 Flitwick Road 1 - Maulden Surviving: NO, Picture Taken: APRIL 2009, A rather sad looking Stanton and Stavely column now missing its lantern, The others along this road have all been sleeved and have Philips MI 26 lanterns fitted. UPDATE: The column was removed in 2009 https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=34319178 34319178 Flitwick Road 2 - Maulden Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: APRIL 2009, These homemade columns on this driveway support Coughtree GLS Lanterns. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=34321419 34321419 Church Road - Maulden Surviving: NO, Picture Taken: JUNE 2010, Another lovely example of an Eleco HW852 on a attractive Swanneck Stanton column. The base of the column is partially buried in this garden but it looks like the slabs have been positioned to allow for access to the control box is required. UPDATE: a new column has been installed, hopefully I will get a photo up in the near future. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=85668729 85668729 Radwell Road - Milton Ernest Surviving: YES, Photo Taken: MAY 2011, This is a typical example of the recent replacements that were carried out in the village, all the minor roads have been fittted with WRTL Libra's mostly on the existing columns. The previous lanterns were Thorn Beta 5's and some WRTL Arc's which were only a couple of years old before being replaced. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=125504252 125504252 Rushden Road - Milton Ernest Surviving: YES, Photo Taken: MAY 2011, A few of the lanterns on this main A6 road have been replaced with these CFL lanterns?, they seem to work pretty well but this now leaves the road with some of these, some SOX Philips MA lanterns and various SON lanterns from WRTL Delta's to Philips Irridiums giving a variance of colours. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=125504250 125504250 Rushden Road (Close Up) - Milton Ernest Surviving: YES, Photo Taken: MAY 2011, A close-up of the lantern which is in fact an Induction type made by Indo Lighting, These lanterns have since been installed in huge numbers on the major roads of the county. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=125504251 125504251 High Street - Odell Surviving: NO, Photo Taken: 1994, This Dayburning GEC Lantern was removed c. 1995 and replaced with 35W SOX on a Hockey Stick Column then later replaced again with post top Phosco lantern running SON. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=31887423 31887423 High Street - Sharnbrook Surviving: YES, Photo Taken: March 2009, This is the only one of these I am aware of around this area, could this be an Eleco Silver Ray Minor HW 1239? The old stock of lighting in the village is being removed. I hope to get some photos of the few remaining Revo Prefects in the near future. UPDATE: Mike Barford has just aquired a Phosco P177 and I think this is a match! https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=31887565 31887565 High Street (close-up) - Sharnbrook Surviving: YES, Photo Taken: March 2009, A Close-up of the rather brown bowled lantern https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=31887566 31887566 Flitton Road - Pulloxhill Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: MAY 2010, Typical of the older installations in this village are these GEC Z5590 lanterns on pole brackets https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=81913723 81913723 High Street - Pulloxhill Surviving: NEW, Picture Taken: MAY 2010, This is the first example of a WRTL Libra I came across in Bedfordshire, this example was the only one in the village and is the PL Flourescent version. how things have changed since https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=81913721 81913721 Fieldside Road - Pulloxhill Surviving: NEW, Picture Taken: MAY 2010, Newly installed WRTL Stela LED lanterns are located in this close. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=81913722 81913722 High Street 1 - Silsoe Surviving: NO, Picture Taken: NOVEMBER 2008, A GEC Z5590 with a rather yellow bowl on an attractive but spalling Stanton column, I suspect its days are numbered. UPDATE: This column along with all the columns in the central part of Silsoe was removed in September 2011 and replaced with new steel columns with Victorian style lanterns https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=34413583 34413583 High Street 1 (View 2) - Silsoe Surviving: NO, Picture Taken: NOVEMBER 2008, Another view of the lantern https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=34413496 34413496 High Street 2 (2008) - Silsoe Surviving: NO, Picture Taken: NOVEMBER 2008, A nice looking column with question mark bracket in good condition with a Revo Prefect, this one has a round bowl rather than the standard shape, the round bowl is the glass anti vandal option. UPDATE: This column along with all the columns in the central part of Silsoe was removed in September 2011 and replaced with new steel columns with Victorian style lanterns (see new photo) https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=34413643 34413643 High Street 2 (close up) - Silsoe Surviving: NO, Picture Taken: NOVEMBER 2008, A close up at the bracket and lantern. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=34413582 34413582 High Street 2 (2012) - Silsoe Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: JULY 2012, Mock Victoriana replaces the lovely old concrete. These lanterns are fitted with Ceramic Metal Halide lamps. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=161680395 161680395 High Street 3 - Silsoe Surviving: NO, Picture Taken: MAY 2010, A nice old Stanton and Stavely column with a GEC Z5590 lantern. The column is very badly spalling which is wrapped in Denzo tape to try and hold it together but it even the tape is falling off. UPDATE: This column along with all the columns in the central part of Silsoe was removed in September 2011 and replaced with new steel columns with Victorian style lanterns https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=81913724 81913724 High Street 4 - Silsoe Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: JULY 2012, A nice little Revo 'Bell Top' C14404 on a pole bracket. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=161680391 161680391 Ampthill Road 1 - Silsoe Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: JULY 2012, Another Revo 'Bell Top' it is sad to see the bowl has been smashed. The pole bracket has a nice curved look but at the strange mounting for the NEMA photocell?? https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=161680394 161680394 Ampthill Road 2 - Silsoe Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: APRIL 2009, A Revo Prefect with a very yellow and damaged bowl, again the NEMA photcell is mounted in a rather odd way https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=34413581 34413581 Ampthill Road 3 - Silsoe Surviving: NO, Picture Taken: JULY 2012, A rather taped up conrete survives here, perhaps not for much longer. UPDATE: The column has been replaced with a fake heritage type with matching lantern along with a few others in the road, see photo further on for an example. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=161680393 161680393 Ampthill Road 4 (2009) - Silsoe Surviving: NO, Picture Taken: APRIL 2009, A nice tidy concrete column with GEC Z8896 lantern which has a very yellow bowl. UPDATE: in 2012 the column was replaced https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=34413712 34413712 Ampthill Road 4 (2012) - Silsoe Surviving: NO, Picture Taken: JULY 2012, An example of a sleeve column has been fitted here over the stump of the old column. UPDATE: in 2014 The column was replaced again, please see next photo https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=161680392 161680392 Ampthill Road 4 (2014) - Silsoe Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: JULY 2014, The column has been replaced with a fake heritage type with matching lantern along with a few others in the road. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=195187641 195187641 Hampton Close - Wilstead Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: MARCH 2017, This concrete column fitted with Philips Libra is leaning over. Wistead comes under Bedford Borough and The LED replacement scheme is already starting to take hold in the Village so it is likely this column will be replaced in the near future. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=203958496 203958496 Bedford Street 1 - Woburn Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: MAY 2009, A lovely little Revo C14404 Bell Top on a nice wall bracket https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=37991564 37991564 Beford Street 2 - Woburn Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: MAY 2009, A Revo Prefect with round glass bowl on cast column with a rather large control box on the bracket. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=37991565 37991565 Park Street - Woburn Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: MAY 2009, A heritage style lantern, I am unsure of its age or manufacturer. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=37991563 37991563 George Street 1 - Woburn Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: MAY 2009, This may possibly be a GEC lantern as the top looks like a Z5580 but the milky bowl does not look familiar. The bowl also has been damaged with a hole in the front. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=37991571 37991571 George Street 2 - Woburn Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: MAY 2009, A GEC Z5590 on another cast iron column, this control box is huge. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=37991570 37991570 Leighton Street 1 - Woburn Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: MAY 2009, A Revo Bell Top on a nice question mark bracket. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=37991566 37991566 Leighton Street 2 - Woburn Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: MAY 2009, Another Revo C14404 Bell Top, its a pity that the lanterns have had NEMA photocells installed which spoil the look of the lantern. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=37991567 37991567 Duck Lane 1 - Woburn Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: MAY 2009, A very modern looking galvanised column with GEC Z8591 lantern, looking its age with brown UV damaged bowl. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=37991568 37991568 Duck Lane 2 - Woburn Surviving: YES, Picture Taken: MAY 2009, A Revo C14404 Bell Top on nice wall bracket. https://bedfordshirestreetlighting.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=37991569 37991569