Battery Operated Floor Lamps - Hostel Killing Floor
Battery Operated Floor Lamps
- (Floor lamp) A torchiere (tour-she-AIR or tour-SHARE), or torch lamp, is a lamp with a tall stand of wood or metal. Originally, torchieres were candelabra, usually with two or three lights.
- A tall lamp designed to stand on the floor
- (floor lamp) a lamp that stands on the floor
- (FLOOR LAMP) A floor lamp comprises a stand that supports the bulb holder and bulb, which is shaded to distribute light. Like table lamps, floor lamps cast a warm, ambient, cozy glow, and are also good for delivering local light to a couch or chair.
- (operate) function: perform as expected when applied; "The washing machine won't go unless it's pled in"; "Does this old car still run well?"; "This old radio doesn't work anymore"
- (operate) direct or control; projects, businesses, etc.; "She is running a relief operation in the Sudan"
- (operate) handle and cause to function; "do not operate machinery after imbibing alcohol"; "control the lever"
- (of a person) Control the functioning of (a machine, process, or system)
- (of a machine, process, or system) Function in a specified manner
- Be in effect
- A container consisting of one or more cells, in which chemical energy is converted into electricity and used as a source of power
- a collection of related things intended for use together; "took a battery of achievement tests"
- An artillery subunit of guns, men, and vehicles
- group of guns or missile launchers operated together at one place
- A fortified emplacement for heavy guns
- a device that produces electricity; may have several primary or secondary cells arranged in parallel or series
Worthing signal box located by the Down Main line alongside South Farm Road level crossing. Thursday 14th May 1987
Worthing West signal box was a Saxby and Farmer Type 5 design which was opened in 1877 by the London Brighton and South Coast Railway fitted with a 19 lever Saxby and Farmer 1874 Patent Rocker and Gridrion frame. The lever frame's original rocker locking was replaced by tappet locking in 1903 and the signal box was renamed Worthing Central "B" on 5th July 1936. The lever frame was extended to 22 levers (numbered A-B, 1-20), possibly late in 1937. The signal box was renamed Worthing "B" on 4th March 1968 and was further renamed Worthing on 30th December 1973 when control of Worthing station passed to the signal box after the closure of Worthing "A" signal box. Closure came on 4th June 1988 when signalling between East Worthing and Durrington-on-Sea passed to the new signalling panel in Lancing signal box, the level crossing being controlled by closed circuit television from Lancing signal box
Above the operating floor windows was a row of upper light windows which have been boarded over.
Note the two battery red lamps for placing at detonator protection of an engineers T3 possession
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This description will be the primary explanation for the "house" series.
The house series illustrates my loaner camera's ISO capabilities. I took the same image, at the same shutter speed, and aperture, and adjusted the ISO from 800, 1000, 1250, 1600, HI 3.
I had the subject lit by a dim floor lamp approximately 20' away and a small battery operated light that simulates a flickering tea light. I did notice that the focus changed on some of the images, it is noticable in the orange plants. I must have bumped my camera or lens.
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