Type F Pole

Usage: Historic

The Type F pole, originally known as the Reverse Scroll Bracket, was developed in 1913 and installed on narrow streets downtown on Seventh Avenue. Bracket versions of the Reverse Scroll were also attached to the facades of buildings. The reproduction of the Reverse Scroll was introduced in the late twentieth century as the Type F pole.

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Type F Pole
8th Street, Manhattan


  • Selected historic districts
  • Streets with roadway width of less than 36 feet
  • Single or twin-mounting
  • Within historic districts, LPC approval is required; outside of historic districts, PDC approval is required



  • 100 W maximum LED
  • IES Type III


  • Ductile iron pole/black

Cost Compared to Standard Street Light

  • $$$$$