Service Lamp Burner:
Service Lamp Burner Level:
Carillon or Alarm Bell:
Stairway and Landing:
Inside of tower:
Glazing of Dwelling:
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Greenbury Point Light Station - 1870
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In good condition.
The lens is clean
In good condition, clean inside & outside, glass chimney was free from soot, smoke or stains.
Oil examined & found to be free from motes, dust or dirt. It had not been filtered.
Was free from all gummy or burnt oil, clean & wicks well trimmed.
It was found to be level.
In good condition, free from scratches stains or dirt.
There is one, clean, made of linen ticking. Hung up in Lantern room when not in use.
2 sets clean, in good condition; put up & taken down at proper time.
There is none required.
There is a Rod lamp required at this station.
Dwelling requires a general repair.
They are clean & painted
In good condition.
Some repairs are required to the dwelling & cistern.
In fair condition.
Very good. They are clean & have the appearance of care.
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Lantern and Trap Doors:
Watch or Trimming Room:
Lucernes or Matches:
Lens is never improperly touched.
they fit properly
There are none of the above articles seen at time of inspection.
There were none of the above mentioned articles seen in the rooms.
The Keeper understands use of the heater.
Keeper understands use of the ventilators & how to air the bldg.
They were painted according to Instructions. The lightning conductor was in good condition; with the end into the ground.
Does Keeper Understand the Use and Care of:
In good condition, well ventilated & no appearance of waste.
In good condition & arranged in order.
100 gallon oil:
50 gallon oil:
Small butts for Waste Oil:
2 holding 100 gallons.
Oil butts made according to regulation:
Oil butt covers:
Drip Bucket Placement:
Oil Butt Platform:
Empty Oil Butts:
They are so made
Gutters were filled with refuse oil & covers were on. Keeper understands use of covers & air cocks.
There were no drip buckets; tin pans were used instead.
They are placed upon a raised platform of plank.
There are none.