Thanks. The table lights came this way from Aristo-Craft. I had to re-wire them as I now power them with 2 AAA batteries stored between the frame.
From the factory it was set up to run on track power, but I only run live steam and battery. So, some work was in order. My two dining cars were the hardest to do by far. All the others had the lights changed to LED's, and once again use batteries for power. I'm happy with the results but don't get many chances to run at night or indoors to show them off.
I have used the USA figures also with good results.
Those table lights can drive you crazy!
On my four heavyweights the lights had all gone out. This was because of the brass contacts between the three floor sections simply loose continuity, After I went through and soldered these contacts from the bottom, the roof lights worked, but not the table lamps when testing it with a 12 volt battery (down at ~10 volts). So I ripped out the guts and floors trying to figure out why the table lamps would not come on. When I pulled the floors I noted that the 8 LEDs are wired in series, so with ~10 volts each LED got ~1.25 volts and this just wasn't enough to get them to light. I put a power pack to the leads and sure enough, when the appropriate voltage was reached, the table LEDs came on just fine.