The Olympic Flame is carried in our specially modified miner’s lamps on planes and when it is not being carried in the Olympic Torch.
The Holy Fire is transported by plane to many Orthodox Countries around the the world during the Easter period each year in the same type of modified mining lamp.
Olympic Flame lantern, Torch Relay and Holy Fire Lamps
The Olympic Flame Lantern is a specially modified miner’s lamp which carries the Olympic Flame on commercial aircraft and when it is not being carried in the Olympic Torch.
Our lamps have been transporting the Olympic Flame for over 30 years.
The Holy Fire is transported by plane to many Orthodox Communities around the world during the Easter period each year in the same type of modified mining lamp. The flame is transported from the Orthodox Cathedral in Jerusalem.
The Holy Fire (Greek Ἃγιον Φῶς, “Holy Light”, Russian; Святой огонь, Romanian; foc sfânt ) is described by Orthodox Christians as a miracle that occurs every year at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem on Great Saturday, or Holy Saturday, the day preceding Orthodox Easter.
The Olympic Torch Relay Lamp
Protector Lamp have been making miners flame safety lamps in Eccles since 1873. The GR6S Garforth miner’s lamp is the approved method of checking for firedamp in all UK coal mines. Also known as the Eccles Lamp. Like all miners lamps they are based on the Davy Lamp principle. Our Olympic Torch Relay Lamps have carried the flame for most Olympic and other torch relays over the last 30 years.