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GEC Lights

Established in London, in 1886 the General Electric Company were to become the largest electrical manufacturing organisation in the British Empire and lived up to their description of ‘Manufacturers of everything electrical’ throughout their 100 year history. During the mass industrialisation of the 1950s, GEC were often the supplier of choice for lighting the factories, workshops and mills of Britain with their huge range of light fixtures for every application.

Airfield taxiway lights (V4)

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Airfield landing lights by G.E.C (V1)

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Airfield landing lights by GEC (V2)

Airfield landing lights by G.E.C (V2)

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Caged WW2 bunker lights by GEC

Caged WWII bunker lights by G.E.C

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Airfield runway lights by GEC (V3)

Airfield runway lights by G.E.C (V3)

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1950s G.E.C taxiway pendant lights

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Airfield taxiway lights (V7)

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Vintage floodlights by G.E.C.

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Runway lights by G.E.C

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