Old oil lamp lighting
In electrical not before the invention of city lighting using ancient lamps
The era of the traditional street lighting lamps can be traced back to ancient Rome, when using the potential areas of danger as torches to strengthen defense and security. Urban street lighting was recorded in England in 1415. In accordance with local laws, the government for security reasons, any person with an annual income of more than 10 pounds per family must set up their own outdoor candles lit for night lighting. People usually understand street lighting began at the end of the seventeenth Century, when using the pole lamp as street lighting.