AUCTION RESULTS FOR OCTOBER 6TH AUCTION 2018

Lot No.ImageDescriptionPrice
1 Cast iron sign "OLDHAM, ASHTON, GUIDE BRIDGE RAILWAY WARNING TO TRESPASSERS" with seven further lines of text. An exceedingly rare sign. In totally ex lineside condition. 26" x 17". 720.00
2 Cheshire Lines Committee marked 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP of LNER saucer top type, body stamped "CLC 69 W RD". Complete with BR vessel, burner, etc. V.G.C420.00
3 London & North Western Railway wooden sign with cast metal letters "NOTICE RAILWAY VEHICLES MUST NOT BE MOVED ACROSS TRAVIS STREET WITHOUT A RED FLAG SIGNAL BY DAY AND A RED LIGHT AT NIGHT FIRST BEING GIVEN BY THE SIGNALMAN IN THE ROAD" with four further lines of text. A unique sign from Manchester London Road Station, now Piccadilly. Repainted face, ex lineside back. 44" x 26". 180.00
4 London, Midland & Scottish Railway STATION NAME LAMP TABLET "STOCKPORT TIVIOT DALE", opened in 1865 by the Stockport Timperley and Altrincham Railway located on the CLC Main Line from the Stockport area to Liverpool, situated between Bredbury & Cheadle. Originally named 'Teviot Dale' after Teviot Dale in Scotland relating to the fact Bonnie Prince Charlie camped just north of the town in 1745. Station closed in 1967. Fair condition, good colour. 17" x 4 ½”. 290.00
5 One of the original Bells from the famous Britannia Bridge. There were four of these bells affixed to the 1st and 3rd supporting piers upper works in open windows. This bell was found by divers on the sea bed below the bridge many years after the disastrous fire which destroyed most of the bridge. It had fallen into the straits as the fire raged on. Although the finders cleaned it and polished it as a souvenir of their dive, evidence still remains of verdigris present on the surface. Also the entire inside has not been touched, showing evidence of salt water corrosion. A very rare item, one of only four. We do not know the whereabouts of the other three. Cast brass with "LNW" cast into the crown. 9 ½" diameter, 11" high. SOLD
6 SIGNAL BOX NAMEBOARD "DUNHAM MASSEY" This signal box was located on the L&NWR line from Liverpool to Broadheath Junction, Altrincham where this line merged with the MSJ&A Railway and the Cheshire Lines Committee Railway situated between Heatley Warburton & Broadheath. Although this box was a Saxby & Farmer Type 6 design from 1872, the nameboard is most definitely of London, Midland & Scottish Railway origin. A little damage to the rear but quite sound. Very good item 74" x 10". 320.00
7 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE "52305" as carried by Aspinall designed 0-6-0 Class 27 locomotive for the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway built at L&Y Rlys Works at Horwich, nr Bolton, Lancs. Emerging to traffic October 1895 numbered 449, 1924 LMS number 12305 and later under BR renumbered 52305. Records show this loco was allocated to Wakefield in 1948. Reallocated to Goole 1953 from where this loco was withdrawn in November 1960 after 65 years in service. Cleaned a long time ago, having the capital 'B' cast in the back. Typical Horwich casting. Very nice example. 480.00
8 A 12" North Staffordshire Railway ROUNDHEAD WALL CLOCK. Face written "N.S.R.Y THO'S ARMSTRONG & BRO MANCHESTER". The British Railways clock census of 1969 put this clock in use at Caverswall signal box, Blythe Bridge. This unusual clock with its ebonised mahogany case is accompanied with Dr David Parr’s full description.1000.00
9 CARRIAGE PRINT "THE HAMPSHIRE COAST GO BY TRAIN" from an oil painting by 'Langhammer' depicting a fishing village on the coast. Framed & glazed in its original frame. A very rare carriage print, especially in this condition. 11 ¼" x 9".60.00
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Cheshire Lines Committee engraved brass SIGNAL BOX BACKBOARD mounted on its original wooden board. Shows all the points and signals worked by the signal box and engraved "CHESHIRE LINES CEE WARRINGTON WORKS MAKERS 1892". All complete and made in three separate sections which are bolted to a wooden board 128" in length. Positively identified as coming out of Partington Junction signal box. A Cheshire Lines Committee Type 1 signal box, opened in 1893, closed in 1984. In fine original condition, altered by the railway by overplating with four bronze plates screwed on with revised signal descriptions. A superb signalling item and a very rare survivor. 4000.00
11 SHEDPLATE '9B' Stockport Edgeley, ex L&NW Ry depot with an allocation of approx. 40 locos including Jubilees & Britannia Pacifics in the early 60s. Cast iron oval. Ex loco back & front. 150.00
12 London, Midland & Scottish Railway STATION HAWKSEYE SIGN "HEATON MERSEY" opened by the Midland Railway 1st January 1880 and closed by British Railways 3 July 1961, situated on the west side of Stockport on the Midland Main Line located between Cheadle Heath & Didsbury. This target sign is the only one known to survive from this station as after closure the station was quickly demolished with all but a few artefacts surviving the bulldozers blade. A very rare and sort after local artefact. Cast aluminium. 55" x 18". Face repainted LMS yellow with ex station back. Paperwork accompanies this item with reference to repatriation of this sign from Cyprus back to the UK. Super Item.1600.00
13 RUNNING IN BOARD "PENYCHAIN", opened in 1933 as a halt to serve Pwllheli Butlins Holiday Camp. Located on the Cambrian Line from Barmouth to Pwllheli, situated between Criccieth and Aberech. This running in board is unique in its distinctive light blue colour. 130" x 39". V.G.C200.00
14 An Eastern Counties Joint Stock Railway INSPECTORS LAMP stamped “E.C.J.S.” to the chimney, with a brass makers plate affixed to the top of the chimney. Complete with its original G.N.R stamped vessel, original reflector and unmarked burner. Very good original condition. FOR SALE
15 Engraved WORKSPLATE "LONDON NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY NO. 1940 DONCASTER 1942" as carried by Gresley designed 2-8-0 heavy freight loco Class 02, numbered 3972 later BR 63972. Emerging to traffic October 1942 going directly to Doncaster Carr Depot, reallocated to Colwick 1944, Langwith Junction 1946, Mexborough 1950, Retford (GC) 1951. Withdrawn from there in May 1963 after 20 years in service. Fully engraved, lightly polished face, ex loco back. Stamped twice "3972". Very desirable plate. 750.00
16 East Coast Joint Stock large armorial TRANSFER ON BOARD Scottish Arms version, used on their coaching stock. Totally original and in mint condition. 22” x 26”. 70.00
17 Nestles' free-standing CHOCOLATE VENDING MACHINE. Cast iron construction. In need of a repaint having been stood on Brookside Garden Halt for the last 25 years. A very rare item. These machines were to be found on most medium to large stations. 550.00
18 Two Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway STATION LANTERN NAME LABELS “MELTHAM” used in a wall lantern. Made of thin metal with the name cut out, affixed to the inside of the facing glass. The other “CLAYTON WEST” used in the lamp post lantern cases. ‘Meltham’ was the terminus station on the Meltham branch from “Lockwood”. “Clayton West’ was the terminus station on the Clayton branch from “Shepley Shelley”. Good condition. 240.00
19 Cast iron sign "GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY NOTICE ANY PERSONS FOUND TRESPASSING ON THIS RAILWAY WILL BE PROSECUTED AS THE LAW DIRECTS". Ex lineside condition. 23 ½" x 12". 62.00
20 Sheffield & Midland Railway cast iron ROOF SPANDREL from Marple Station. This station was vandalised by BR in the name of progress back in the 1970s. Circular with intertwined letters. Repainted. 16 ½” diameter. Very rare. Good condition. 360.00
21 TOTEM - "BEATTOCK" (SC) HF. Opened in 1847 by the Caledonian Railway. Located on the West Coast Main Line, situated between Wamphay and Elvanfoot famous for its long arduous bank. Good colour, little loss of shine. Good overall condition. 1050.00
22 Pullman brass LUGGAGE RACK, manufactured totally in brass. Very ornate high Victorian design. In super condition overall. 33" x 9 ½ ". 400.00
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London, Midland & Scottish Railway CARRIAGE BOARD "MANCHESTER (CEN)" to one side, the obverse "DERBY". Maroon ground with straw lettering, metal strips affixed to the ends. V.G.C.200.00
24 A magnificent and rare London & North Western Railway GATE OR ENTRANCE LANTERN, believed to have been at the entrance of Euston Station. A cast iron case with gold painted finial, the hexagonal body is complete with all glasses, one of which bears a brass LNWR crest and green "EUSTON " name panel. The brass window support clearly stamped "L&NWR EUSTON". A superb item, very rare. Maybe a unique survivor. 1250.00
25 GWR/BR (WR) wooden cased BLOCK BELL with nickel plated flat sided bell with tapper. Manufactured by R.E. Thompson, makers plate affixed to the base. In good original condition. 95.00
26 SIGNAL POST FINIAL by McKenzie & Holland. Umbrella style, 42" high with a replacement wooden spike. Nice item.140.00
27 Silver-plated Great Western Railway WINE DECANTING FUNNEL with strainer, stamped with the "GWR HOTELS" roundel monogram. In very good used condition. 3 ¾" diameter by 5 ½" long. 420.00
28 BR(S) FF enamel station sign “LADIES ROOM”. Good colour & shine. Excellent condition. 24” x 18”. 180.00
29 LOCOMOTIVE WHISTLE as carried by a Gresley designed LNER A3 Pacific. Nice example, lightly polished. These whistles were fitted to the A1s after the cabs and chimneys were reduced to come into line with the Scottish loading gauge. Originally having GNR top lever type fitted. Subsequently all A3 Pacifics had these whistles from new. 300.00
30 Great Northern Railway STATION HANDBELL engraved "GNR" to the bell body in large letters. Super item. V.G.C.320.00
31 5” GAUGE LIVE STEAM MODEL of a GWR 0-6-0 Pannier Tank 15XX Class numbered 1500. No certificate. Nice model. V.G.C. 980.00
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Great Northern somersault HOME SIGNAL, being of a lattice post construction complete with all fittings and ladder. In need of a paint only. Super example (rare). To be sold in situ. To be removed from Brookside Garden Centre within 3 weeks of this sale. All assistance will be given.800.00
33 Two pieces of London & North Eastern Railway silver-plate. A TEA POT and HOT WATER JUG, both marked with the LNER high speed logo, as used on the prestigious pre-war streamlined trains. Excellent condition.
34 TOTEM – “BIRCH VALE” (M) FF. Opened in 1868 and came under the control of the Sheffield & Midland Railway in 1870. Located on the New Mills Central branch line to Hayfield, being the only intermediate station between New Mills and Hayfield. Closed in January 1970. Has some enamel loss on the left hand end, does not affect the letters. Good colour and some loss of shine. Very rare totem, only one or two are known to exist. Good condition. 1050.00
35 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE "LMS BUILT 1929 HORWICH". Locos built at Horwich this year were 20 Hughes Moguls (Crabs). Embossed cast brass oval. Cleaned back with polished face. 190.00
36 Enamel LNER flangeless STATION SIGN "BEWARE OF TRAINS". Good colour & shine. Very good condition. 27" x 18". 190.00
37 TOTEM – “PUTNEY" (S) HF. Opened in 1846 by the London South Western Railway. Located in the borough of Wandsworth between Clapham and Mortlake. Putney Bridge is the start point for the University Boat Race. We also have 'Barnes Bridge' and 'Mortlake' totems in this auction. A complete theme for the discerning collector. Good colour & shine. V.G.C.400.00
38 London North Eastern Railway brass KEY TOKEN with a brass plate engraved ""WINSTON-BROOMIELAW" from a section of line in County Durham between Darlington and Barnard Castle which closed in 1965. V.G.C.90.00
39 Cast iron sign "MIDLAND RAILWAY 7 VICT. NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS" with ten extra lines of text "JUNE 1899 ALEXIS L CHARLES". Ex lineside condition. 27" x 20". 45.00
40 NAMEPLATE "CLYDE VOYAGER". This is the spare plate, stamped "VVO 19S". Mint condition. 200.00
41 RUNNING IN BOARD "PENMAENMAWR" , opened in 1848 by the Chester & Holyhead Railway located on the North Wales Coast Main Line between Conway and Llanfairfechan. 156” x 17” in two sections. Fair condition.200.00
42 London & North Eastern Railway CORDIAL TUMBLER with “LNER” in script, acid etched to the body. 4 ¾” high. No chips or cracks. V.G.C.40.00
43 Midland Railway brass SIGNAL LEVER DESCRIPTION PLATE engraved "DISTANT FROM CHINLEY". V.G.C.110.00
44 SHEDPLATE '10E' Sutton Oak 1948-1955 ex LNWR Depot with an allocation of 35 locos in 1958. Code transferred to Rose Grove 1963-1968 ex L&Y Depot. Cast iron oval. Repainted face, clean back. 100.00
45 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE "44286" as carried by Fowler designed 0-6-0 4F, built at Derby for the LMS. Emerging to traffic December 1926, being allocated to Heaton Mersey in 1948, reallocated to Toton in May 1964. Withdrawn 1965. Repainted face and back a long time ago. 300.00
46 London & North Eastern Railway enamel SIGN "WAY OUT", within a wooden frame. 48” x12”. V.G.C.140.00
47 CARRIAGE PRINT from the Scottish Region Series ‘Inveraray Castle, Loch Fyne, Argyll’, from a watercolour by Marriott. Framed and glazed in original frame. V.G.C.40.00
48 TOTEM - "ELDERSLIE" (SC) FF. Opened in 1840 by the Glasgow, Paisley, Kilmarnock and Ayr Railway. Located on the GSWR to Largs line situated between Dykebar and Johnstone. Closed in 1966. Very rare totem. Good colour & shine. Tiny face chips do not detract. V.G.C.500.00
49 Cast iron sign "NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY PUBLIC WARNING" with six extra lines of text referring to trespass "CN WILKINSON SEC". Ex lineside condition. 36" x 24". 100.00
50 LOCOMOTIVE NAMEPLATE “SANSOVINO” as carried by Pacific 60053 designed by H.N.Gresley for the GNR/LNER, built at Doncaster Plant Works. Emerging to traffic December 1924 as Class A1, rebuilt to A3 Class during 1943. Allocated to Kings Cross 1924, Neasden 1939, Copley Hill 1943, numerous depots followed. Moved to the North East in 1957 spending time at Heaton, Gateshead & Darlington. Being withdrawn from Heaton in May 1963 after an illustrious career lasting 38 ½ years. The racehorse “Sansovino” of which the loco was named, won the 1924 Derby, owner Lord Derby. Cast brass 56” long. Lightly polished. V.G.C.10500.00
51 POSTER QR - British Railways "IRISH MAIL 1848-1948 A CENTURY OF SERVICE", from a watercolour by 'Glazebrook'. Depicts a Fowler Royal Scot at the head of this famous train, exiting the Anglesey end of the famous Britannia Tubular Bridge. A very rare poster, little staining to bottom edge with some edge nicks. Needs to be conserved on linen. Super image. Rare. 750.00
52 POSTER QR - BR "SIGNAL SUCCESS”. An image by 'Cuneo', depicting Clapham area with the new electric colour light signalling working. Not in the best condition but colours are fine. Has tears but would restore very nicely. V.G.C280.00
53 POSTER DR - BR " PRESTATYN HOLIDAY CAMP ON THE COAST OF LOVELY WALES, THE BEST CAMP EVER". Very colourful, depicting photo image of a young lady superimposed against a cartoon image of the holiday camp. V.G.C.100.00
54 POSTER DR - "THE HOPE VALLEY LINE, MAKE THE GREEN CONNECTION TO THE PEAK REGIONAL RAILWAYS". Depicts a D.M.U in the heart of the Peak District. Colourful poster in very good condition. Although modern, these posters are quite rare. V.G.C. 50.00
55 POSTER DR - "A GRAND CELEBRATION OF THE 150 TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE OPENING OF THE CANTERBURY AND WHISTABLE RAILWAY". A bright and colourful poster in V.G.C. 45.00
56 POSTER DR - "WEEKEND CRUISES BY SS FALAISE TO HAVRE, CHANNEL ISLANDS". British Railways, Southern Region. Depicts the ship en-route. V.G.C. FOR SALE
57 POSTER DR - "SEE BRITAIN BY TRAIN". Depicts an image of Market Street, Wells, with the cities famous cathedral and gate house in the background. V.G.C. 30.00
58 POSTER DR - "TORQUAY", Queen of the English Riviera, Travel By Train Western Region". Depicts colour photo image of the bay. V.G.C. SOLD
59 POSTER DR - British Rail "PLEASE DON’T OPEN CARRIAGE DOOR UNTIL THE TRAIN HAS STOPPED" etc. Colourful image of an accident on the platform. V.G.C. 40.00
60 POSTER DR - " THE EUROPEAN". Advertising direct services between Glasgow, Northwest, Midlands to Harwich for the continent, intercity Europe. Colourful image depicting a windmill, castle, mountains and trees in cartoon style. V.G.C. FOR SALE
61 POSTER DR - "BATH THE GEORGIAN CITY TRAVEL BY TRAIN". Colourful image with vignettes of famous residents of the city. V.G.C. 60.00
62 Famous LNER original POSTER "THE SILVER JUBILEE BRITAINS FIRST STREAMLINE TRAIN, LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY". Poor condition but will conserve, worth the effort. A very art deco image. 19” X 30”.90.00
63 British Railways POSTER DR "INTRODUCING THE NIGHT WESTERN FACILITY PADDINGTON TO DEVON & CORNWALL". Colourful image depicting Crescent Moon. V.G.C. 48.00
64 POSTER DR - "BRITISH RAILWAYS BELGIUM ITS LOVELY SEASHORE". Depicts photo image of land yachts on the beach. V.G.C. 45.00
65 TOTEM - "PEAK FOREST FOR PEAK DALE" (M) FF. Opened in 1867 by the Midland Railway. Located on the Midland Main Line from London St Pancras to Manchester Central situated between Millers Dale and Chapel en Le Frith. Closed in 1967. Very good colour & shine. Near mint condition. Rare.4100.00
66 Great Western Railway CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE "9793" as carried by Collett designed Pannier Tank Class 57 XX, built at Swindon Works. Emerging to traffic June 1936, allocated to Croes Newydd 1951. Withdrawn from there July 1963. Cast iron. Ex loco condition. 280.00
67 Cast iron sign "NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY NOTICE, THIS BRIDGE IS INSUFFICIENT TO CARRY WEIGHTS BEYOND THE ORDINARY TRAFFIC OF THE DISTRICT LOCOMOTIVES AND OTHER ENGINES ARE PROHIBITED FROM PASSING OVER IT, C.N. WILKINSON SECRETARY". Ex lineside condition. 36" x 24". FOR SALE
68 South African Railways bi-lingual CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE "SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAYS 2570 23 SUID AFRIKAANSE SPOORWEE", as carried by Class 23 4-8-2 locomotive, built by Henschel, works number 23753. Emerging to traffic 1938. Cast aluminium oval, in totally ex loco condition. 220.00
69 Irish miniature SINGLE LINE TRAIN STAFF "Tuam/Ballyglunin" from a section on the Great Southern & Western Railway from Athenry to Tuam. V.G.C.95.00
70 London & North Western Railway ROUTER INSTRUMENT Midland pattern, face written "CREWE LIVERPOOL". Also has traffolite label affixed below the window "ROUTER EDGELEY No. 2". In as removed state, needle missing. Very interesting local item.310.00
71 Great Eastern Railway 8" ROUND HEAD NON FUSEE WALL CLOCK. A one minute chapter ring, face marked "SMITHS EMPIRE" with red painted 24 hour chapter ring. Official LNER label affixed to the back box "LONDON NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY PASSENGER MANAGER, LIVERPOOL STREET STATION". Complete with key. 280.00
72 SIGNAL BOX NAMEBOARD "GARDEN STREET". This board is probably of LNER origin and was fitted to MS&LRY Type 2 signal box, located at the east end of Grimsby town station. 78” x 10”. V.G.C.320.00
73 SHEDPLATE '55F' Bradford Manningham 1957-1967 ex Midland Depot with an allocation of 25 locos. Code transferred to Hammerton Street 1967-1973 ex GNR Depot. Cast iron oval. Repainted face & back.80.00
74 London & North Eastern Railway 4 aspect HANDLAMP, single pie crust, flip top. Brass plated "London & North Eastern Railway M&GN Melton Constable". Complete with unmarked vessel, burner & reflector. Green glass missing. Melton Constable is located on the Midland & Great Northern system being at the junction of the main line from Spalding, the route to Yarmouth, also the line to Sheringham and Cromer and the line to Norwich. Rare from this location. 200.00
75 TRAIN LOCOMOTIVE HEADBOARD "ROYAL SCOT". This magnificent headboard was carried by the premier LMS BR (M) West Coast Express, departing Euston at 10am sharp. Cast aluminium with white painted steel letters on green Hunting Stewart tartan ground. The third type of large board used 1959 circa. This example was only used on Coronation Pacifics, having a deep lamp socket to avoid fouling the handrail. A superb example. Excellent condition. 59” x 26”.4000.00
76 CARRIAGE BOARD "THE ROYAL SCOT" white letters on green Hunting Stewart tartan ground, with the Scottish thistle surmounted with the Kings crown on the left hand end and the Tudor rose surmounted with the Kings crown on the right hand end. This magnificent carriage board is in super condition. 132" long. See previous lot.440.00
77 CARRIAGE BOARD from the Royal Scot "LONDON-GLASGOW" white letters on blue Hunting Stewart tartan ground, with the Tudor rose surmounted with the Kings crown on the left-hand end and the Scottish thistle surmounted with the Kings crown on the right-hand end. This magnificent carriage board is in super condition. 132" long. See previous two lots. 100.00
78 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE "LMS BUILT 1930 CREWE", locos built at Crewe this year were 75 Hughes Moguls (Crabs), 8 Fowler 7F 0-8-0 freight locos. Reputed to have been carried by one of the Crabs. Embossed cast brass oval. Cleaned face & back. 160.00
79 Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP "M&GN" stamped to the body. Colour aspect glasses are missing, easily replaced. Complete with unmarked vessel, burner & reflector. Repainted. 100.00
80 London North Eastern Railway brass KEY TOKEN with a brass plate engraved "DINNINGTON COLLY JCT-MALTBY COLLY SOUTH" from a section in the South Yorkshire coalfields close to several well-known collieries. V.G.C.80.00
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London, Midland & Scottish Railway wooden CARRIAGE BOARD “LONDON” obverse “LEICESTER”. Good original condition. 33” x 33". 55.00
82 WORKSPLATE "BRITISH RAILWAYS CREWE BUILT 1964 POWER EQUIPMENT BY BRUSH ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING CO. LTD AND SULZER" as carried by Class 47 No. 47040. Cast aluminium oblong. Repainted face, ex loco back. 13" x 6 ½”. 250.00
83 Bristol & Exeter Railway balloon back OFFICE/WAITING ROOM CHAIR with company cypher "B&E" carved in the top back rail. Stamped "GWR 482" to the underside. The Bristol & Exeter Railway opened in 1841, built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel as a broad-gauge railway, absorbed by the GWR in 1876. This chair is one of only a very few known to exist, being at least 140 years old. Very rare and sort after. Sympathetically restored to its former glory. Would grace any railway room or hallway. 400.00
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Cast iron sign "RHONDDA & SWANSEA BAY RAILWAY COMPANY NOTICE ALL PERSONS ARE WARNED NOT TO TRESPASS UPON THE RAILWAY OF THIS COMPANY AND NOTICE" with six further lines of text. A very rare sign in totally ex lineside condition. 30" x 18". 350.00
85 Southern Railway TARGET "ELEPHANT & CASTLE", opened 1863 by the London, Chatham & Dover Railway, located in the London Borough of Southwark serving Newington & Walworth. Some loss of enamel but in fair condition for age. Affixed to its original backboard. 1350.00
86 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway INSPECTORS HANDLAMP "LYR GOODS DEPT 6586 BLACKBURN" stamped to the chimney. Clear bullseye lens. Complete with vessel, burner, all glasses & original reflector. Ex-service condition. 180.00
87 A Sheffield & Midland Railway gritstone BOUNDARY MARKER with “S&M RLY” engraved to the face. Stands 24” x 13” of which only half would be above ground level. A very rare boundary marker. In very good condition.800.00
88 East Coast Joint Stock large ARMORIAL TRANSFER mounted on board. English arms version used on their coaching stock. Totally original and in mint condition. 22” x 26”. 70.00
89 Southern Railway enamel STATION PLATFORM SIGN “PLATFORM 3”. Good colour & shine. Fixing hole nibbles. 20” x 20” approx. V.G.C.FOR SALE
90 RUNNING IN BOARD "YEOVIL PENMILL CHANGE FOR TAUNTON AND EXETER”. Opened by the Great Western Railway in 1854. Located where the Great Western Railway met the Bath & Exeter Railway just north of Yeovil. Comes in 3 sections - 2 x 30" & 1 x 96". Total length. 156" x 36". Good condition.400.00
91 SIGNAL BOX NAMEBOARD "LLYSFAEN". This board is of LMS origin and was fitted to this Saxby & Farmer Type 6 design signal box. Located on the L&NWR North Wales coast route to Holyhead, situated between Llandulas and Old Colwyn. Wooden construction with metal letters. 42” x 10”. V.G.C.320.00
92 Southern Railway station indicator enamel sign "VIRGINIA WATER" from the arrivals indicator at Waterloo. 17" x 2 ¼". 220.00
93 SHEDPLATE '60A' Inverness 1948-1973 ex Highland Railway Depot with an allocation of 50 locos at its height including many ex Highland classes. Cast iron oval. Repainted face & back. FOR SALE
94 BR(W) FF large enamel sign “GOODS DEPOT” with left facing arrow. Good colour, needs a clean. Face chips but none affecting the wording. 80” x 18”. 200.00
95 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE "63380" as carried by Raven designed A6 0-8-0 heavy freight locomotive, built at Darlington Works for the North Eastern Railway. Emerging to traffic July 1917 being allocated to Tyne Dock, working all its life in the North East. Finally, being withdrawn from West Hartlepool in July 1963. Repainted face, ex loco back with casting marks "6'6" "RAO" and other pattern numbers. 520.00
96 British Railways 3 aspect HANDLAMP, brass plated "BR{E} KINGS CROSS PASS". Original vessel, burner, reflector and all glasses. Ex service condition. 90.00
97 Enamel BR{E} DOORPLATE "PRIVATE" flangeless. Has some chip repairs. Good colour & shine. Fair to good condition. 18" x 3 ½". 90.00
98 Cast iron sign "LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY PUBLIC NOTICE", with seven extra lines of text referring to trespass. Ex lineside condition. 32" x 20 ½". 80.00
99 TOTEM - "REDRUTH" (W) HF. Opened in 1852 by the West Cornwall Railway. Located on the GWR Paddington to Penzance Main Line between Scorrier and Carn Brea. Good colour. Little loss of shine, small chip repair does not detract. 900.00
100 NAMEPLATE "CORY HALL" as carried by Collett designed 4-6-0 Hall Class locomotive numbered "5968", built at Swinton Works. Emerging to traffic March 1937, allocated to Weymouth (GWR) 1947, Laira 1951, Chester West 1951, Shrewsbury 1956, Gloucester Horton Road 1961. Being withdrawn from there in September 1962. In excellent condition with original paintwork and ex loco back. 68" in length. 4200.00
101 POSTER QR – “LMS THE IRISH MAILS”. Depicts 6123 Irish Fusilier at speed on the North Wales coast. Very atmospheric image by Bryan De Grineau. This poster is mounted and framed as a station waiting room picture. Totally original. V.G.C.1000.00
102 POSTER DR - "SEE BRITAIN BY TRAIN". Image shows a high speed train with country scene and union jack. Very colourful poster in very good condition. FOR SALE
103 WAITING ROOM POSTER BR(M) features Lichfield Cathedral from the riverside by Greene. Mounted on board & framed by BR. 32" x 25". V.G.C.45.00
104 WAITING ROOM POSTER "TEESDALE. THE TEES AT BARNARD CASTLE" BR(NE). Features two children by the river with a bridge in the distance. From a painting by Jack Merriott, 1958. Mounted on board and framed by BR. V.G.C. 32" x 25". 60.00
105 British Railways WAITING ROOM POSTER. Photo print in colour of a young lady and an old man at the quayside with cottages and castle in the background. Mounted on board and framed by BR. V.G.C. 32" x 25". 45.00
106 BR(M) POSTER DR – “FLEETWOOD THE FLORAL RESORT”. Depicts the Lancashire family resort, a view from the road towards the front and the sea beyond, with a ship sailing out. By Frank Sherwin. V.G.C.350.00
107 BR(S) POSTER DR – “GREENWICH”. Depicts the Cutty Sark & vignette of Queens House Maritime Museum. By Annon 1958. V.G.C.130.00
108 POSTER DR - "INTERCITY 125 IT’S THE CHANGING SHAPE OF RAIL". Depicts HST 253008. Very colourful poster. V.G.C. FOR SALE
109 BR (S) POSTER DR – “CANTERBURY”. Depicts a view of a stained glass window (13th Century) showing St. Thomas of Canterbury. By Lander. V.G.C.FOR SALE
110 BR POSTER DR – “SEA LINKS” “DIRECT LINKS WITH THE CONTINENT AND IRELAND”. Depicts a passenger ship at sea. Very good image. FOR SALE
111 BR(M) POSTER DR “HEYSHAM FOR BELFAST AND NORTHERN IRELAND”. Depicts a night scene of the ship sailing with the moon shining on the water. By Claude Buckle. V.G.C.220.00
112 POSTER QR – “LONDON MIDLAND FORGING AHEAD”. Depicts a BR electric loco E3005 at speed with a local train passing PWG Gang. By Greene. Fair condition. FOR SALE
113 POSTER DR – “LONDONDERRY TRAVEL IN COMFORT BY RAIL & SEA”. Depicts a graphic style image of the City & River Foyle. A little tired.220.00
114 POSTER DR – “LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY” “PRETTY PRESTATYN NORTH WALES”. Depicts an artists impression of Prestatyn’s village and seafront with the hills behind. Framed and glazed by the railway as a waiting room image. Totally original with paper stickers to the rear. V.G.C.200.00
115 Two silver-plated SUGAR SIFTERS, one is a light house style marked “LNER”. The other an art deco style from the high speed train marked with the high speed logo. Very good used condition. WDN
116 TOTEM - "WHATSTANDWELL" (M) FF. Opened in 1894 by the Midland Railway. Located on Midland Main Line London St Pancras to Manchester Central situated between Ambergate and High Peak Junction. Wall mounted type with cut down flange. Face drilled. Super colour & shine. Very rare.3300.00
117 Cast iron sign "MIDLAND RAILWAY TRESPASSERS WILL BE PROSECUTED BY ORDER". Ex lineside condition. 32 ½" x 15".85.00
118 Silver-plated CRUET SET marked "GWR HOTELS" in the later grouping style within the roundel, complete with salt, pepper and mustard. No chips or scratches, superb condition. Minus mustard spoon. Stamped "WALKER & HALL H5360".250.00
119 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway MEASURING DEVICE as removed from Lower Darwen 24D loco shed. This device was fitted to the shed masters office wall to check the height of the footplate crew, as there was a minimum height requirement of 5’6”. Brass construction throughout. 24” long. V.G.C. Still serviceable. 150.00
120 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “YORKSHIRE-GENERAL FOR LIFE”. This sign was affixed to one of the risers on the York Station internal footbridge. These positions were hotly sought after. Uncommon. Approx. 104” x 6” in two sections.SOLD
121 WORKSPLATE "LMS BUILT 1943 DERBY". Locomotives built that year were 23 Stanier Class 5 4-6-0, 2 Stanier Class 4P 2-6-4 Tank. Embossed cast brass oval. Repainted face with engraved date. Ex loco back. 160.00
122 Great Central Railway cast-iron VIADUCT ARCH NUMBERPLATE "GCR 374 (83)", removed from Leicester viaduct. In totally ex viaduct condition. 12" x 11". 100.00
123 SHEDPLATE '41A' Sheffield Darnall 1955-1964 ex GCR Depot with an allocation of 100 locos in its day including 10 D11 Directors. Code transferred to Tinsley 1964-1973, new diesel depot. Most of the locos carried these plates. Cast iron oval. Ex loco condition. 130.00
124 Great Western Railway DOORPLATE "BOOKING OFFICE". Cast iron oblong. Repainted face & back. V.G.C. 24" x 3 ½". 165.00
125 TRAIN LOCOMOTIVE HEADBOARD "THE NIGHT SCOTSMAN" as carried by Deltic locomotives. A sleeper express departing Kings Cross at 10.15pm, the south-bound departs Waverley at 10.40pm. Constructed of wood with a metal over plate & brass protectors. 47 ½" x 18". V.G.C.FOR SALE
126 CARRIAGE PRINT from the LMR Railway Architecture Series “South Portals of Primrose Hill Tunnels London” by Buckle. Framed & glazed in original type frame. V.G.C.40.00
127 London & North Eastern Railway wooden cased BLOCK BELL with front tapper fitted and small mushroom shaped brass bell. Very good condition. 80.00
128 SIGNAL BOX NAMEBOARD "GIGGLESWICK" This board is of Midland Railway origin and was fitted to a Midland Railway signal box. Located on the Settle Junction to Clapham Junction line situated between Settle Junction and Clapham. 73” x 10”. V.G.C.620.00
129 RUNNING IN BOARD "NEWQUAY", opened in 1905 by the GWR, located at the terminus off the GWR branch from Par. 114” x 24”. V.G.C.100.00
130 Untitled GWR cast iron sign "NOTICE BY 8VIC.CAP.20.5.75. ANY PERSON NOT FASTENING THIS GATE AFTER HAVING PASSED THROUGH IS LIABLE TO A PENALTY OF FORTY SHILLINGS". Ex lineside condition. 45.00
131 North Eastern Railway wooden sign with metal letters "BOOKING & PARCEL OFFICE". Double sided with right pointing hand. In ex station condition. 80" x 26".FOR SALE
132 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE "63972" as carried by Gresley designed 2-8-0 heavy freight loco Class 02, built at Doncaster Works number 1940 for the LNER. Emerging to traffic October 1942, being allocated to Doncaster, Colwick 1944, Langwith Jt 1946, Mexborough 1950, Retford (GC) 1951. Withdrawn from there in May 1963 after 20 year’s service. A super smokebox in totally ex loco condition. 400.00
133 Two Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway STATION LANTERN NAME LABELS “BROCKHOLES” used in a lamp-post lantern, made of thin metal with the name cut out, affixed to the inside of the glass. The other “HONLEY” used in the wall lanterns. ‘Brockholes is located on the Huddersfield to Penistone line situated between Honley & Stocksmoor. Honley is between Berry Brow and Brockleholes on the same line. V.G.C.120.00
134 Great Northern Railway wood cased TELEGRAPH INSTRUMENT with single needle. Handle and writing slope fitted to the front. Brass frame to side to hold bell codes. V.G.C.100.00
135 Cast iron sign "THE RAILWAY EXECUTIVE NOTICE" with 9 lines of text referring to trespass. Ex Rose Grove Loco Depot. Ex lineside condition. 29" x 20 ½”.75.00
136 TOTEM - "TEBAY" (M) FF, located on the West Coast Mainline at the foot of Shap bank. The nearby loco shed housed the banking engines that gave assistance up the arduous 1-75 initial grade. Situated between Low Gill and Shap. Good colour & shine. SOLD
137 London North Eastern Railway copper TEA URN stamped to the face "LNER CARS KINGS X” This tea urn would have spent its entire life in a kitchen car being attached to many of the LNER's crack expresses. A quality made item in copper with brass taps & fittings, tap handles originally ebonised. Complete with its ceramic liner intact. Superb item. 11" high x 9 ¼" diameter barrel.500.00
138 London, Midland & Scottish Railway STATION WALL LANTERN taken down by the Station Master and given to the vendor from “High Lane” Station. Located on the MS&LR & N.S.R Joint line, Manchester – Macclesfield, situated between Marple Rose Hill and Middlewood Higher. Totally complete with its original LMS marked vessel, burner, glass funnel and original reflector. Most unusual, as it is complete with wall bracket. In super condition. 280.00
139 Enamel STATION SIGN "TO PLATFORMS 2&3 FOR TRAINS TO COLWYN BAY, LLANDUDNO, BANGOR, CAERNARVON AND HOLYHEAD" with left facing arrow beneath. Probably from Rhyl Station. In very good order. Approx. 48" x 18".460.00
140 Southern Railway CORDIAL CLASS, acid etched “SOUTHERN RAILWAY” within a garter belt to the body. No chips or cracks. 4 ½” high. Trumpet shaped. V.G.C.SOLD
141 A "BRITISH RAILWAYS LONDON MIDLAND REGION GARDEN COMPETITION" silver plate on wooden shield with winner’s names engraved on panels left & right, including Wilpshire, Banks, Houghton, Hall Road, Meols Cop, Bramhall, New Mills New Town, Ashley, Stretford & Knutsford. A superb item for the horticulturists amongst us. 100.00
142 Chinese QJ CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE "6911" with Japanese cyphers. Purchased from Daban engine shed during 2004. The QJ Class was one of the very impressive loco class that hauled Expresses etc. very late on. Although purchased from the depot, there was always doubt of authenticity with these plates. Sold as seen. Flame cut panel with attached numbers. 29 ½" x 9".280.00
143 Midland Railway brass SIGNAL LEVER DESCRIPTION PLATE engraved "STARTING TO DORE". V.G.C.120.00
144 Cheshire Lines Railway SIGNAL POST FINIAL. Cast iron, in orb and spike design on a square base. The rarer of the two types. 30" high.100.00
145 SIGNAL BOX NAMEBOARD "BLACKPOOL NORTH NO.3". This board is of LMS origin post 1935 design and was fitted to a L&YR Standard design signal box. Originally named 'Blackpool Talbot Rd 'B' controlling the approaches to the main station at Blackpool Talbot Road. 100” x 10”. V.G.C.1200.00
146 CARRIAGE PRINT from the LNER Post War Series. ‘Staithes, Yorkshire’ from a watercolour by Russel. Framed and glazed in original frame. V.G.C.75.00
147 Cambrian HOME SIGNAL, complete with all fittings. Pitch pine post. In need of a little paint, but quite sound. This item will be sold in situ and must be removed within three weeks of this auction, all assistance will be given. 750.00
148 SHEDPLATE '50D' Starbeck 1948-1959 ex NER Depot with an allocation of 45 locos in the 1950s including 12 D49 Hunts. Code transferred to Goole 1960-1973 ex L&YR Depot with an allocation of 30 locos. Cast iron oval. Ex loco condition.190.00
149 Cast iron sign "LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY NOTICE" with seven lines of text referring to shutting the gate. Ex lineside condition. 23 ½" x 20 ½".105.00
150 NAMEPLATE PLAQUE as carried by British Railway Type 4 Peak D56 later reclassified Class 45 '45137' named "THE BEDFORDSHIRE & HERTFORDSHIRE REGIMENT (TA)" built at Derby. Emerging to traffic December 1962, being allocated to Cricklewood and named shortly afterwards. This is the badge that accompanied the nameplate. Cast aluminium, 12 ½" diameter. Perhaps repainted some time ago. Totally ex loco back. Rare item. 750.00
151 Mersey Railway Port Sunlight 1938 Badge “MR PSL 1938”. Enamel and gold plated in super condition. Also a LMS silver gilt ‘Long Service’ ambulance badge. Hallmarked ‘Silver’. V.G.C.48.00
152 Cheshire Lines Committee BRIDGE PLATE "C.L.RY 110". Cast iron ovoid with double border. Ex lineside condition. 60.00
153 TOTEM - GUIDE BRIDGE (M) HF, opened by the Sheffield, Ashton-Under-Lyne and Manchester Railway 1841, located on the Great Central Railway Main Line from Sheffield to Manchester. Good colour, lost some shine. Has a couple of face chip repairs. Does not detract. 750.00
154 Enamel "BRITISH RAILWAYS" (SC) POSTER BOARD HEADER QR. Good colour & shine with usual edge and fixing hole nibbles. 56" x 6". 85.00
155 “GCR 1 in 220, 1 in 300” GRADIENT POST. Cast iron construction, ex lineside condition. 60.00
156 Untitled Metropolitan Railway cast iron sign "NOT TO LIFT MORE THAN 5 TONS" as fitted to a platform crane. Ex station condition. 24" x 5". FOR SALE
157 London, Midland & Scottish Railway WALL LANTERN "LMS HOTELS" stencilled to the chimney. Complete with original vessel & burner with top carrying handle. V.G.C. Approx. 18" high.50.00
158 An official London & North Eastern Railway Flying Scotsman PAPERWEIGHT. Complete with its original box (a little faded). In good overall condition for its age, over 80 years old. 100.00
159 WORKSPLATE "LMS BUILT 1893 HORWICH". Locomotives built that year were 23 Aspinall Class 27 0-6-0, 20 Aspinall Class 1008 2-4-2 Tanks, 7 Aspinall Class 21 0-4-0 Saddle Tanks, 2 Hughes Class 28 0-6-0. Embossed cast brass oval. Repainted face, ex loco back. 220.00
160 Two early railway carriages WARNING NOTICES “DO NOT SPIT. PENALTY FOR FIRST OFFENCE £2.” and “DAMAGE TO CARRIAGES £5 REWARD WILL BE PAID TO ANYONE FURNISHING INFORMATION LEADING TO THE CONVICTION OF ANY PERSON DOING WILFUL DAMAGE TO THE FITTINGS OF THE CARRIAGES. INFORMATION TO BE GIVEN TO THE STATION MASTERS OR OTHER OFFICIAL OF THE COMPANY”. Transfer printed on mahogany back plates. Each plate measures 19 ½” x 2 5/8”.180.00
161 North Eastern Railway STATION LANTERN (post top type) with station name glass panel "COPMANTHORPE". Copmanthorpe was opened by the York and North Midland Railway in 1841 and is located on the NE line from York to Ferrybridge, situated between York and Bolton Percy, closed in 1959. This line is now part of the East Coast Main Line since 1983. A rare lantern from this location, has had restoration work but is complete with vessel, burner & glass funnel. (Rare). 30” high.FOR SALE
162 Great Western Railways SHIPS STERN FLAG as flown from a GWR passenger vessel. White cross on a red ground with the GWR cypher to the centre. 80" x 56" approx. In excellent condition. 200.00
163 Untiled Great Central Railway cast iron and wooden double sided wall bracketed STATION SIGN "BOOKING HALL". 27" x 14". In ex station condition. 180.00
164 Original OIL PAINTING on canvas by Barry Price. Depicts a scene many spotters will remember well. Carlisle Kingmoor shed circa 1960 with Coronations and Scots galore. 46228 ‘Duchess of Rutland’ off Crewe North at this time, 46242 ‘City of Glasgow’ off Camden and Royal Scot 46148 ‘The Manchester Regiment’ off Sheffield Millhouses with another Coronation simmering behind Duchess of Rutland awaiting their next duty. Superb image painted in 2013. Image size 23" x 15". Attractively framed. 420.00
165 Original OIL PAINTING on canvas by Joe Townend. Depicts A3 Pacific 60053 ‘Sansovino’ emerging from Copley Hill depot circa 1957. Image 24" x 17" unframed. An excellent painting. See lot 50.FOR SALE
166 Original OIL PAINTING on canvas by Barry Price. A surreal image of A4 Pacific ‘Mallard’, hewn from Ayres Rock, Northern Territories, Australia. This painting was entered into the Guild of Railway Artists Project 89, a proposed publishing venture in which Guild members had been encouraged to come up with completely fresh ideas. This image was the subject of the centre spread in the 'Steam Railway Magazine No 97 May 1988”. Image 29" x 19". Attractively framed. A copy of the original Steam Railway magazine accompanies this lot.270.00
167 Original OIL PAINTING on canvas by the celebrated railway artist 'Barry Price'. It depicts A4 Pacific 60021 ‘Wild Swan’ Beeston Junction on an up Leeds-Kings Cross Express, circa 1950's. Excellently executed. Beautifully framed. 24" x 14".FOR SALE
168 Original OIL PAINTING on canvas by Joe Townend. Depicts A3 Pacific 60062 ‘Minoru’ on leaving Leeds, just getting into her stride. Unframed image 24" x 20". An excellent painting.FOR SALE
169 Original WATER COLOUR by S.G. (Sid) Cooper. Depicts Coronation Class Pacific second to the last in the Class 6256, ‘Sir William Stanier F.R.S.’ approaching Dent on the S&C in LMS black livery. Very well executed. Image 21 ½ " x 14 ½ ". Framed & glazed in a quality oak frame Accompanied by a framed & glazed collage of book covers he painted for well known books. Matching oak frame. 22" x 13".FOR SALE
170 Original OIL PAINTING on canvas by Barry Price. Depicts a GWR Castle Class loco no. 5070 ‘Sir Daniel Gooch’ entering Wolverhampton Low Level station. A superb image. Circa early 1960's. Image 30" x 15". Attractively framed. Painted in the mid 80's.440.00
171 Original WATER COLOUR by Gerald Broom. Depicts Castle Class 4079 Pendennis Castle standing at Birmingham Snow Hill at the head of a London train. Very well executed. Framed & glazed in an oak frame. Image 15" x 10". This is one of Gerald’s earlier works. 350.00
172
Original OIL PAINTING on canvas by Joe Townend. Depicts a W.D. 8F 90707 on a coal train near Dewsbury. Image 24" x 20". An excellent painting. 200.00
173 Original OIL PAINTING on canvas by the celebrated railway artist Barry Price. Depicting A4 Pacific 60033 ‘Seagull’ racing through Doncaster on a southbound express, circa 1950s. Excellently executed, beautifully framed. Image 19" x 12".680.00
174 Original OIL PAINTING on canvas by Joe Townend. Depicts Black Fives on Rose Grove Depot, 44848 being turned. Unframed image 24" x 17". Excellent painting. 200.00
175 Original OIL PAINTING on board by Fawcett 1949. Depicts a Beyer Garratt locomotive high up in the Bolivia Mountains ready to depart with a train of gold ore. Framed. Image 20” x 16”. SOLD
176 RUNNING IN BOARD "HONITON", opened in 1860 by the LSWR, located on Southern Railways main line from London to Devon and Cornwall, situated between Seaton Junction and Sidmouth Junction. 72” x 18”. V.G.C.FOR SALE
177 Irish miniature SINGLE LINE STAFF "NEWTON STEWART/VICTORIA BRIDGE" from a section located on the Great Northern Railway (1) line from Omagh to Londonderry situated between Mountjoy Halt and Trafalgar. V.G.C.220.00
178 Cast iron BRIDGE DIAMOND "Great Western Railway Paddington Station London". Weight plates missing, not always applied. In ex bridge condition with original bolts. 50" x 31". FOR SALE
179 TOTEM - "BELPER" (M) FF, opened in 1878 by the Midland Railway. Located on the London St Pancras to Manchester Central Main Line, situated between Duffield and Ambergate. Rare.3600.00
180 SHEDPLATE '26B' Agecroft 1948-1963. Ex L&YR Depot with an allocation of 56 locos in 1958. Cast iron oval, Totally ex loco condition.140.00
181 Great Western Railway CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE "2886" as carried by Churchward designed 28XX Class heavy freight locomotive, built at Swindon Works. Emerging to traffic March 1938, allocations included Shrewsbury 1946, Chester West 1947, Banbury 1948, Tyseley 1958, Aberdare 1960, Westbury 1964. Withdrawn from there in June 1964. Cast iron. Ex loco condition.400.00
182 Enamel STATION HEADER BOARD "CHEAP TRAVEL ANNOUNCEMENTS, PLEASE TAKE ONE". Good colour & shine. Approx. 56" x 6". V.G.C.420.00
183
CARRIAGE PRINT – LNER Post War Series “BLYTHBURGH NEAR HALEWORTH, SUFFOLK” from a watercolour by Henry J. Denham. Depicts a man walking his dog along the river bank with the church and village in the background. Framed and glazed in original type frame. 35.00
184 Silver-plated North Eastern Railways small TOAST RACK with the NER Dining Cars shield affixed to the base. Very good used condition, by Elkington. 3 ¾" x 4" high. 65.00
185 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE "44268" as carried by Fowler designed 4F 0-6-0 freight locomotive for the LMS. Built at Derby Locomotive Works. Emerging to traffic October 1926 numbered 4268, allocated to Kirkby in Ashfield 1948 until withdrawn from there in March 1963 after 36 ½ years service. Repainted face & back. 350.00
186 South African Garratt BUNKER NUMBERPLATE "4048" as carried by Beyer Peacock designed and built Class GEA Garratt 4-8-2+2-8-4 built 1947. Cast brass oval. Repainted. 7 ¼” x 4 ¼”. V.G.C.80.00
187 Enamel RUNNING IN BOARD "BOURNEMOUTH WEST", located at the L&SWR terminus of the famous holiday resort and end of the celebrated Somerset & Dorset line. V.G.C. 118" x 36". 300.00
188 TRAIN LOCOMOTIVE HEADBOARD "THE CORNISHMAN". An express from Wolverhampton Low Level and Birmingham Snowhill to Penzance. Circa 1952. Cast aluminium with the pattern index of similar titled trains appearing in the back. 11 in all including "The Bristolian". 35 ½" x 10". Super headboard. V.G.C.SOLD
189 Cast iron sign "MIDLAND RAILWAY 7 VICT, NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS" with 10 lines of text "JUNE 1893 JAMES WILLIAMS". Ex lineside condition. 27" x 20". FOR SALE
190 British Railways LION & WHEEL EMBLEM as carried by the West Coast AC electrical locomotives. Cast aluminium, in ex loco condition. Displayed on a very nice shield shaped backing board. Removed from board for inspection purposes. 500.00
191 Great Western Railway drop case 12" WALL CLOCK, dial written "GWR 1254". In original condition, case made of mahogany. Complete with pendulum & key. At least 120 years old. V.G.C.500.00
192 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE "F.C. HIBBERD & CO. LTD. PLANET LOCO NO. 5363 LONDON. NW.10." as carried by an industrial petrol or diesel loco 0-4-0. Embossed cast brass oval. Chrome finished. Repainted face, clean back. V.G.C. 12" x 7 ½". 70.00
193
A mint North Eastern Railway silver hallmarked MEDAL "WINNERS 1921-1922 H. WELSH. NER ACCOUNTANTS F.C." with anchor (Birmingham), lion passant date letter (W). The face is superbly cast with the company arms in gold enamel with enamel blue border written "NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY CHARITY COMPETITION" surmounted by a crown. In its original box, written to the cover "NORTHUMBERLAND F.A. 1922-3". Written on the inside of the cover, also stamped minutely into the medal itself, is the jeweller’s name "VAUGHANS LTD, GOLDSMITHS & MEDALLISTS BIRMINGHAM". We suspect this medal has never been worn as both the case and medal are in mint condition. 160.00
194 SIGNAL BOX NAMEBOARD "KNOTTY ASH". This board is of Cheshire Lines Committee origin and was fitted to CLC Type 2C designed signal box. Located on the Hunts Cross East to Liverpool and Southport line situated between Childwall and West Derby. Repainted in excellent condition. 105" x 16".SOLD
195 CARRIAGE PRINT from the LMR Railway Architecture Series “RIBBLE HEAD VIADUCT, YORKSHIRE” by Steel. Framed and glazed in original type frame. V.G.C.45.00
196 TOTEM - "ABERGELE & PENSARN" (M) FF. Opened in 1848 by the Chester and Holyhead Railway. Located on the North Wales Coast Main Line from Chester to Holyhead situated between Rhyl and Colwyn Bay. Over the summer seasons during the late 1940 and 1950s thousands of holiday makers used this station, taking their holidays in the thousands of caravans that lined this part of the North Wales Coast. Good colour, medium shine. Little repair to bottom edge, does not detract. Good overall condition. Uncommon.SOLD
197 London, Midland & Scottish Railway station enamel LAMP TABLET "HAZEL GROVE". Opened in 1857 by the L&NWR located on the Stockport Edgeley to Buxton line, situated between Davenport & Middlewood Lower. Fair condition, usual loss of enamel around fixing holes. Good colour. 17 " x 4 ½". Rare.280.00
198 Enamel BR(M) FF STATION SIGN "PASSENGER STATION". Good colour & shine. Good overall condition. 24" x 12". 280.00
199 Cast iron sign "SHEFFIELD & MIDLAND RAILWAY NOTICE TRESPASSERS WILL BE PROSECUTED AS THE LAW DIRECTS BY ORDER". A very rare sign. In totally ex lineside condition. 520.00
200 LOCOMOTIVE NAMEPLATE "DEFENCE" as carried by Stanier designed 4-6-0 Jubilee Class locomotive, built at Crewe Works. Emerging to traffic as 5722 in August 1936, to be found at Crewe North in 1948, numerous depots followed including Bushbury, Carlisle, Upperby, Camden, Willesden & Rugby from where 45722 was withdrawn in December 1962 after 26 years in service. In fine ex loco condition with one pop mark to the rear, denoting the left hand plate. 29" long. 6500.00
201 South African Railway CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE "SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAYS 1966 15AR", as carried by Class 15 AR 4-8-2 locomotive, built by Beyer Peacock. Works number 5983. Emerging to traffic 1921. Embossed cast brass oval. Totally ex loco condition. 250.00
202 London & North Western Railway wooden sign with metal letters "ENGINES MUST NOT ENTER THIS WAREHOUSE" ex L&NWR goods warehouse at Stockport. In original condition, painted black with white letters and border. 58" x 25". Sound condition.200.00
203 Midland Railway locomotive brass WHISTLE as removed from a 3F 0-6-0 Tank loco designed by Fowler. Mounted on a wooden stand. Lightly polished 15 ½" high. Very nice example of these attractive whistles. 190.00
204 Cast iron North Eastern Railway CART-WHEEL & HUB with "NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY " cast in relief. Also carrying a cast brass engraved hub cap "NER". The wheel rim and spokes are made of oak with a forged iron tyre. 24" diameter. The oak is free from decay. Probably used on a small dray. A rare survivor.220.00
205 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE "42327" as carried by Fowler designed Class 4P 2-6-4 T locomotive, built at Derby for the LMS. Emerging to traffic in February 1929, recorded allocations to Bournville 1946, Saltley 1952, Leicester (M) 1954, Stafford 1960, Springs Branch 1962, Stockport Edgeley 1963, Gorton 1964, finally Trafford Park 1965. Withdrawn from there the same year. Ex loco condition. 800.00
206 London North Western Railway STATION SEAT with "BIRKENHEAD WOODSIDE" let into the back-top rail in metal letters. This seat needs a little TLC, but all the steel work is present and all the name letters are whole and intact. 133" long. Birkenhead Woodside Station opened in 1878 being the terminus of the LNWR & GWR lines up the Wirral Peninsular closed in 1967. A very grand station which had a station master from 1898-1907 called Thomas Owen, the father of 1st World War poet Wilfred Owen. 300.00
207 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “INSURANCE TICKETS £1000 6D, £2000 1/- ON SALE HERE”, displayed at point of sale counters in booking halls and travel agents. V.G.C. 7 ½” x 9 ½”.80.00
208 Untitled GWR cast
iron sign "NO ADMITTANCE EXCEPT ON BUSINESS". Ex lineside condition. 20 ½" x 11".
110.00
209 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, location stamped to the body "BURNLEY BANK TOP" also "LYR 1204" stamped to the body. Top handle stamped with number. Back brass handle clip stamped "L&YR". Clear bullseye lens, complete with L&Y vessel, reflector & LMS burner. A very good example. 220.00
210 SHEDPLATE '56G' Bradford Hammerton Street 1956-1967 ex GNR Depot with an allocation of 33 locos. No steam after 1958, just units and diesel shunters. Cast iron oval. Repainted face & back. 80.00
211 London & North Western Railway cast iron SIGNAL LEVER PLATE "MANCHESTER & LIVERPOOL ROAD". Probably out of Ordsall Lane No.2 Signal Box. Liverpool Road Station is the oldest terminal station extant. Now part of the Museum of Science & Industry in the city of Manchester. Embossed cast iron oblong. Repainted face, ex flame back. 5 ¾” x 3 5/8”.180.00
212 RUNNING IN BOARD "HARLOW TOWN" BR {E} FF. Opened in 1842 as Burnt Mill to serve the small village of that name. Rebuilt in 1959 and renamed "Harlow Town" to serve the new town of 'Harlow New Town'. Located on the Great Eastern main line, 22 miles, 6 furlongs from London Liverpool Street, situated between Roydon & Harlow Mill. In super condition, good shine & colour with very minor edge nibbles. 9' 9" x 2ft. 720.00
213 TOTEM - "SHOTTON LOW LEVEL" (M), opened in 1907 by the L&NWR. Located adjacent to Shotton High Level. This station served Shotton with services to Chester and Holyhead, situated between Chester and Flint on the North Wales Main Line. 400.00
214 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE "LMS BUILT 1921 DERBY", Locos built at Derby in 1921 were 16 Fowler 4Fs, 3 Johnson 2P 4-4-0, 2 Deeley OF 0-4-0 T. Embossed cast brass oval. Repainted face. 190.00
215 Cast iron sign "LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY WARNING TO TRESPASSERS" with seven lines of text including 'Warning of Imprisonment". Ex lineside condition. 26" x 17".50.00
216 RUNNING IN BOARD "HELENSBURGH UPPER" BR(SC) FF, opened in 1994 by the West Highland Railway located on the West Highland line 25 miles north-west of Glasgow Queens Street situated between Craigendoran and Row. Good colour. 108" x 24". 150.00
217 Great Western Railway CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE "9633" as carried by the Collett designed Pannier Tank Class 57XX, built at Swindon Works. Emerging to traffic January 1946, allocations included Newton Abbot 1946, Exeter 1962, Duffryn Yard 1962. Withdrawn from there October 1963. Cast iron. Ex loco condition. 520.00
218 London, Midland & Scottish Railway LOCOMOTIVE HOOTER as carried by Stanier locomotives. Cast brass with horizontal fitting. In original condition. 190.00
219 WORKSPLATE "BEYER PEACOCK & CO. LTD. H.W. GARRATT'S PATENT NO. 17165 1907 MANCHESTER 1927" as carried by LMS Class Garratt loco 2-6-6-2, one of the first three locos built in 1927 as an experiment for the LMS to improve their movement of coal traffic that was in the hands of two and three loco headed trains. Embossed cast brass with hollow back. Ex loco condition. A superb and very rare worksplate. Oval. 17 ¾” x 8 3/8". FOR SALE
220 Enamel STATION SIGN BR (SR) "PLEASE SHOW TICKETS". Good colour & shine, some loss of enamel to bottom corners which has been repainted. 16” x 10”.150.00
221 Irish cast iron sign "S.L & N.C.R. * VIC CP20 SEC 76 IF ANY PERSON OMITS TO SHUT AND FASTEN ANY GATE SET UP EITHER SIDE OF THE RAILWAY" with nine further lines of text. Rusty ex lineside condition, with old screw heads still in evidence. Rare sign from the Sligo, Leitrim and Northern Counties Railway.460.00
222 Great Western Railway SIGNAL, complete with all fittings, platform and ladder. To be sold in situ. To be removed from Brookside Garden Centre within three weeks of this sale. All assistance will be given. 780.00
223 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE"GNR(1) DUNDALK", as carried by a 5'3" gauge unidentified loco, modified or rebuilt at Dundalk Works in 1918. Totally ex loco condition, showing old red paint. Cast brass oval. 8 ¼” x 4 ½”. 210.00
224 Cast iron North Eastern Railway BOUNDARY MARKER, full size, catalogue picture does not show full length. Repainted. V.G.C.50.00
225 NAMEPLATE "LIVERPOOL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE" as carried by Driving Van Trailer 82120 named by Virgin Trains 1996, used on the West Coast Main Line. This vehicle is now stored at Long Marston. In totally ex loco condition. 51 ½” x 13 ½”.350.00
226 TOTEM – “LLANDUDNO” (M) HF. Opened by the St Georges Harbour & Railway Co. Llandudno being the terminus of this branch from Llandudno Junction to this famous holiday resort. Good colour & shine. V.G.C.2100.00
227 TOTEM - "SHOTTON HIGH LEVEL" (M) FF. Opened in 1890 by the Wrexham, Mold and Connahs Quay Railway as Connahs Quay and Shotton becoming Shotton High Level in 1952. Located on the GCR Line from Birkenhead to Wrexham, situated adjacent to Shotton Low Level Station on the LNWR Main North Wales Line. Good colour & shine. Good overall condition. 400.00
228

Beyer Peacock interest. Large PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUM containing the original early works photographs of this famous company’s many locomotives built at Gorton Manchester. We think these are unique. The albums are in need of professional restoration but the photographs are in very good condition. Heavy board covers with gold leaf tooling. All the card mounts are sound and have gold leaf edging. Approx. 60 loco images, full plate black & white photographs. Approx. 1870s circa. 20" x 14 ½". See following lot.220.00
229

Beyer Peacock interest. Large PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUM containing the original early works photographs of this famous company’s many locomotives built at Gorton Manchester. We think these are unique. See previous lot for details. Approx. 40 loco images. 210.00
230 London North Eastern Railway 3 aspect DRIVERS HANDLAMP all glasses present with LNER vessel and bullseye lens. In ex service condition. 65.00
231 SEAT BACK "GALASHIELS", opened in 1849 by the Edinburgh and Hawick Railway located on the North British line from Kilnknowe Junction to Peebles. Cast iron. 32” long. Has very neat weld repair. FOR SALE
232 Swansea & Mumbles organ pipe tram car WHISTLE, complete with knuckle fitting. Cast brass. 12” long. Does have a solder repair, but very rare. Good condition. 80.00
233 London North Eastern Railway brass KEY TOKEN with a brass plate engraved "BISHOP AUCKLAND-WOLSINGHAM" from a section of line in County Durham which is now preserved under the name Weardale Railway. V.G.C.SOLD
234 A presentation MANTLE CLOCK in high Victorian style. Manufactured in black slate with red onyx decoration and gold leaf engraved stringing. Silver plaque affixed to the front with inscription "TO MR JOHN SMITTY PRESENTED BY HIS COLLEAGUES OF THE MIDLAND RAILWAY 1889". Needs polishing. Complete with pendulum & key. Rare item. 18" x 16" x 6" deep. 100.00
235 Cast iron sign "LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY BEWARE OF THE TRAINS, LOOK BOTH UP & DOWN THE LINE BEFORE YOU CROSS". Ex lineside condition. 22" x 12 ½“. 90.00
236 SHEDPLATE '9A' Longsight (Manchester). This plate was removed from Royal Scot Class 46129 ‘Scottish Horse’, ex L&NWR depot with an allocation of over 130 locos at its height including 15 Royal Scots, 15 Jubilees, 7 Patriots and later on 7 Britannia's. Cast iron oval. Ex loco condition. 300.00
237 London & North Western Railway STATION SIGN “FIRST CLASS WAITING ROOM”. Wooden construction with metal letters. Repainted. V.G.C. 49” x 18”. 190.00
238 Maryport & Carlisle Railway Monogram TRANSFER ON BOARD. Totally original, in excellent condition. Used on all their stock etc. 13 ½” x 5”. 85.00
239 Enamel RUNNING IN BOARD "SOUTHERN ELECTRIC PURLEY TRAINS EVERY FEW MINUTES, WEST END & CITY" with left pointing arrow. Opened by the S.E.R. in 1888. Located on the LB&SC Main Line and the junction of the S.E.R., situated between Burley Oaks and Coulsdon. 300" x 48". V.G.C. Very rare.FOR SALE
240 A large TOTEM "BRITISH RAILWAYS" (SC). Super condition. 114" x 32". 650.00
241 Royal Mail wall mounted POST BOX embossed "POST OFFICE ER" with crown. Manufactured in steel, complete with collection plate and key. This box comes from the Ormskirk area as stated on the collection plate. 24" x 10" x 14" deep. Good condition.400.00
242 TOTEM - "DEVONPORT" (W) FF. Opened in 1850 by the Cornwall Railway. Located on the GWR Main Line from Paddington to Penzance, situated between Plymouth and Ford. Experimental black version of BR (W) totems. A rare totem in mint condition. 2700.00
243 Midland Railway NON-PEGGING BLOCK TELEGRAPH INSTRUMENT fitted with a line clear cancel button. In original condition. Stamped "MR CO." to the top. Very good original condition.230.00
244 North Eastern Railway general purpose HANDLAMP stamped "NER" to the top handle. Complete with original vessel, burner & reflector. Repainted. V.G.C.50.00
245 Enamel BR(M)FF STATION SIGN "TICKETS". Good colour & shine. Good overall condition, few repaired chips. 24" x 18". 240.00
246 SIGNAL BOX OIL LAMP by Messengers, complete with brass burner, reflector and glass chimney with maker’s brass plate "MESSENGER & SONS BIRMINGHAM & LONDON PATENTEES". Good order. 180.00
247 London North Eastern Railway enamel SHEDPLATE "NEASDEN". These shedplates were unique to the LNER being fitted to the inside of the locomotive cab roof and being made of steel with the name of the depot in block capitals, enamelled to the face. Neasden opened in 1899 by the GCR and was closed by BR in 1962. It had an allocation of 58 locos in 1938. Super condition, no chips, only very minor edge nibbles 9 7/8" x 1 5/16". Rare.980.00
248 TRACKSIDE SIGN "PRIZE LENGTH", steel frame with steel letters applied. 96" x 12" with legs. V.G.C.260.00
249 SIGNALBOX NAMEBOARD "MIDDLEWOOD LOW LEVEL JCT" located on the L&NWR Stockport to Buxton line, situated between Hazel Grove and Disley. Controlling a spur to Middlewood High Level Junction signal box on the Great Central & North Staffordshire Joint Macclesfield to Marple Wharf Junction line that was opened in 1885, Middlewood Low Level was a L&NWR Type 4 design. This nameboard is a LMS post 1935 type. Wooden with metal letters. Repainted. 84" x 10". 820.00
250 LOCOMOTIVE NAMEPLATE “ARMADA”. As carried by Stanier designed 4-6-0 Jubilee Class built at Crewe Works. Emerging to traffic numbered 5679 in December 1935. Renumbered 45679 during 1948 being allocated to Sheffield Millhouses that year, Bristol Barrow Road in 1952, Kingmoor in 1952, Crewe North in 1959, Longsight in 1960, finally Newton Heath in 1960. Withdrawn from there on the 29th December 1962 after 27 years in service. Cast brass. Two punch marks in the back denoting right hand plate. V.G.C. 29” long.SOLD
251 British Railways Staff Club sign "B.R.S.A. CLUB WESTHOUSES TRUMANS BEERS". Double sided opaque plastic, similar to petrol pump globes. Would have been illuminated. V.G.C. 35" x 19". Overall. 70.00
252 Cast iron sign "GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY, PUBLIC WARNING NOT TO TRESPASS" with seven lines of text "KINGS CROSS JULY 1896". Repainted face, ex lineside back. 28" x 16". 60.00
253 Cheshire Lines Committee STATION SEAT "MOULDSWORTH". Cast iron ends and mid supports in twig style with top rail recessed to take the cast metal station name letters. 169" long in sound condition. Mouldsworth is situated on the CLC line, Manchester to Chester, between Delamere and Barrow. 169" long. V.G.C.FOR SALE
254 A Cambrian HOME SIGNAL ARM (complete). Repainted. V.G.C.480.00
255 SHEDPLATE ‘81F’ Oxford 1948-1973. Ex GWR Depot with an allocation of 50 locos at it height, including Halls and Granges. Cast iron oval. Repainted. V.G.C.150.00
256 RUNNING IN BOARD "HAMPTON IN ARDEN", originally opened in 1837 by the London & Birmingham Railway located on the West Coast Main Line between Coventry and Birmingham. 3 sections 72” x 12”. Fair condition. 300.00
257 A section of FISH BELLY RAIL from the Cromford & High Peak Railway. Cast iron with “C&HPR CO” embossed in the casting. This was the first type of rail used on this very early railway. Very rare item. Totally intact and complete.980.00
258
TOTEM - "THIRSK" (NE), opened in 1841 by the Great North of England Railway, originally called ‘Newcastle Junction’. Located on the East Coast Main Line between Sessay and Otterington. Once the north bound expresses had cleared York, the line was arrow straight to Thirsk making this the racing ground, 100mph plus was an everyday occurrence. The famous crew change on the Flying Scotsman took place at Tollerton, Alne area. Fair condition. Good colour & shine.1250.00
259 London & North Western Railway wooden cased ROUTING INSTRUMENT, dial face written “STOCKPORT FALLOWFIELD” “OLD UP LINE” of the Midland Railway pattern with a pegging handle and vertical needle indicator. This covered a junction south of Manchester where the Stockport line diverged. “OLD UP LINE” painted on the face. Half of the needle is absent and also the stops, otherwise in good original condition. 640.00
260 Large PLATFORM BARROW from Crewe station refreshment rooms. Written in capitals and script down the main staves. "H&CS CREWE REFRESHMENT ROOM". Wood and iron construction, cast iron wheels. Sound condition. 170.00
261 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “47415” as carried by Fowler designed 0-6-0 Tank Class 3F, built at Vulcan Foundry. Emerging to traffic as 7415 for the LMS in December 1926, being found at Carlisle Upperby in 1948. Ending its days at Edge Hill in 1964, being withdrawn in April 1966 after 39 years in service. V.G.C.350.00
262 TOTEM - "BURNAGE" (M) FF, opened by the London & North Western Railway in 1910. Located on the Styal line, situated between Mauldeth Road and East Didsbury. Good colour & shine. In excellent condition. 320.00
263 SHEDPLATE '26A' Newton Heath 1948-1963 ex L&YR Depot with an allocation of 170 locos at its height, including 8 Jubilees and 2 named Black Fives. Cast iron oval. Totally ex loco condition. 180.00
264 SIGNALBOX NAMEBOARD "GUISBOROUGH JUNCTION". Photographic evidence shows this signalbox with painted letters during the 1960s. It is also possible that this board adorned the BR temporary signal box built in the 1980s. Located on the NER to the east of Middlesbrough Station controlling the junction of the Saltburn and Whitby lines. In original condition. 50" x 11 ½". 110.00
265 London & North Western Railway miniature 3 aspect HANDLAMP, complete with vessel, burner and reflector. Blue aspect glass absent, has convexed front lens. Ex service condition. Not common.100.00
266 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE "SHARP, STEWART & CO. LIMITED ATLAS WORKS 4692-1900 GLASGOW" as carried by the Wainwright designed 0-6-0 Class for the South Eastern & Chatham Railway numbered 720, later BR numbered 31720. Emerging to traffic January 1901, being allocated to Longhedge. From 1948 allocations included Hither Green Faversham, Nine Elms, Dover and finally Ashford, being withdrawn October 1961 after 60 years in service. Embossed cast brass oval. 9 ½" x 5 7/8". Repainted. WDN
267 Victorian TIPSTAFF (unmarked) from the London & Greenwich Railway. This railway opened on the 8th February 1836 and was London's first railway. In fact, it was the first railway to be built in any capital city. Beautifully made from cast brass with an ebony mid-section to shaft, surmounted by a cast brass imperial crown. 7" long. Super historic item. Tipstaffs were the precursor to truncheons, and were a sign of authority.SOLD
268 A Tyers KEY TOKEN INSTRUMENT – slave type. In good condition.200.00
269 Wooden STATION SIGN "LMS NO SMOKING ALLOWED ON THESE PREMISES". Sound condition. 160.00
270 TOTEM - "NESTON NORTH" (M) HF. Opened in 1896 by the MS&L Railway located on the GCR line from Birkenhead to Wrexham, situated between Burton Point and Heswall Hills. Good colour, little loss of shine. Chip repair to the letter 'R' does not detract. Very presentable. 750.00
271 North British Railway silver-plated twin handled BON BON DISH engraved to the body within a cartouche "NORTH BRITISH STATION HOTEL". This item is in well used condition but it is from the N.B. Railways famous hotel. Edinburgh Waverley Station Hotel is still very much in use and now called the Balmoral Hotel, owned by the Forte Company today. 5 ¾" diameter, 3 " high. 45.00
272 Midland Railway untitled cast iron sign "BEWARE OF TRAINS". Repainted face, ex lineside back. 22" x 15". 110.00
273 Irish large SINGLE LINE STAFF "BALLYMACARRETT-EAST BRIDGE JUNCTION". Located on the Belfast and County Down Railway situated between Belfast Central and Victoria Park Halt on the line to Bangor. In very good condition. 280.00
274 Two London, Midland & Scottish Railway CARRIAGE DOOR LINTELS from period one Metro Cammell, all steel carriages. One 23 ½ " long, the other 9" long. Both with the company crests carved into them as a cartouche. Interesting survivors.62.00
275 Enamel RUNNING IN BOARD with wooden frame "TULLOCH", opened in 1894 by the West Highland Railway located on the North British line from Glasgow to Mallaig and Fort Augustus, situated between Corrour and Roy Bridge. 48” x 12”. V.G.C.360.00
276 LMS Hotels PEPPER MILL, ebonised turned wooden body with silver plated bands, engraved "LMS HOTELS". 3 ¾” high. Interesting item. WDN
277 TOTEM - "BAKEWELL" (M) FF. Opened in 1862 by the Midland Railway. Located on the Midland Main Line London St Pancras to Manchester Central, situated between Rowsley and Hassop. Closed in 1967 with the line. Wall mounted type with cut down flange, face drilled. Good colour & shine, usual edge nibbles. Rare1950.00
278 Midland & Great Northern Railway BOUNDARY POST. A piece of bull head rail which has been hammered flat at one end with "M&GN" in relief.110.00
279 White Star Line COCKTAIL SHAKER, manufactured in EPNS by 'Elkington'. Has the house flag engraved to the body and Elkington Plate '30208 White Star Line' engraved to the underside. In superb condition. 8 ½” tall. SOLD
280 Album of original POSTCARDS, all shipping (190). V.G.C.170.00
281 Album of original POSTCARDS, all shipping. (200). V.G.C.170.00
282 Album of original POSTCARDS, all shipping. (200). V.G.C.80.00
283 Railway Company official POSTCARDS, all shipping. Approx. 34 cards in plastic sleeves. V.G.C.55.00
284 Original POSTCARDS, all shipping, P&O (30), Orient Line (16), United States Line (13), Canadian Pacific (23), Royal Mail Lines (12). Approx. 94 cards in plastic sleeves. V.G.C.100.00
285 Original POSTCARDS, all shipping, Cunard White Star. Approx. 120 cards in plastic sleeves. V.G.C.100.00
286 Original POSTCARDS, all shipping. Union Castle (37), Holland American Lines (10), Norddcutscher Lloyd (6). All in plastic sleeves. V.G.C.120.00
287 Original POSTCARDS, all shipping. Various companies. Approx 120 cards in plastic sleeves. V.G.C.121.00
288 Cast iron BRIDGE DIAMOND "Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Hunts Bank Manchester" one weight plate missing, not always applied. In ex bridge condition with original bolts. 48" x 30 ½”.80.00
289 Great Western Railway CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE "3812" as carried by Churchward designed 28XX Class heavy freight locomotive, built at Swindon Works. Emerging to traffic September1939, allocations from 1945 were Cardiff Canton 1945, Severn Tunnel Junction 1955, Ebbw Junction 1963, Southall 1965 from where this loco was withdrawn in June 1965 after 25 years in service. Cast iron. Ex loco back, face repainted a long time ago. 400.00
290 SHEDPLATE '55H' Leeds Neville Hill 1960-1973 ex NER Depot with an allocation of 52 locos in 1960, including 5 Gresley A3 Pacifics, 14 Raven B16s and Thompson B1s. Cast iron oval. Ex loco condition. 70.00
291 London, Midland & Scottish Railway Station Hawkseye Sign "PEAK FOREST" opened in 1867 by the Midland Railway situated on the Midland Railway’s Main Line from London St Pancras to Manchester Central located between Chinley Junction and Millers Dale. Closed but still in use today as offices dealing with all the limestone trains that use what is left of this very picturesque route. Very rare hawkseye, in fine original condition. Cast aluminium. 48" x 18". 1550.00
292 SIGNAL BOX NAMEBOARD "DISLEY". This board is of LMS origin and was fitted to a L&NWR Type 4 design, opened circa 1906. Located on the line from Manchester London Road to Buxton, situated between Middlewood Lower and New Mills Newtown. Repainted in V.G.C. 44" x 14". Wood with metal letters. 460.00
293 GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY PENSION FUND" CERTIFICATE No. 17661, signed by the Chairman of the Company Claud Hamilton and the Secretary. Very ornate with GER armorial to the centre with vignettes round the inner edge. Mounted, framed & glazed professionally. This certificate has been restored tastefully. Very interesting survivor. Certificate 13" x 21" approx. Frame 21 ½” x 26 ½”.40.00
294 London & North Western Railway 12" round head WALL CLOCK, face written "BR(M) 23356". Complete with pendulum & key. 340.00
295 TOTEM - "TRURO" (W) HF. Opened in 1859 by the Cornwall Railway. Located on the GWR Paddington to Penzance Main Line between Probus and Chasewater. Good colour & shine, edge nibble repairs. Very good overall condition. 1100.00
296 Southern Railway station indicator enamel sign "CLAPHAM JUNCTION" from the arrivals indicator at Waterloo. 17" x 2 ¼”. 200.00
297 NAMEPLATE "FORTH VOYAGER". This is the spare plate stamped "VVO 020P" re-stamped "S". Mint condition. SOLD
298 BR(W) FF enamel Sign "GENTLEMEN". Rescued from Penzance Station, England’s most southerly railway station. 36" x 18". V.G.C.170.00
299 SHEDPLATE '56B' Ardsley 1956-1965 ex GNR Depot with an allocation of 60 locos including A3's. A1's etc. Cast iron oval. Repainted face & back. 130.00
300 LOCOMOTIVE NAMEPLATE "CITY OF ST ALBANS" as carried by Stanier designed Princess Coronation Pacific number 6253 for the LMS, BR 46253, built Crewe 1946. Emerging to traffic September 1946, being allocated to Camden, it reallocated to Carlisle Upperby 1950, Crewe North 1952. Withdrawn from there on the 26th January 1963 after just 17 years service. These locos were designed especially to haul the crack expresses over the arduous West Coast route over Shap and Beattock. The most desirable of all the LMS nameplates. 76" long. Lightly polished with repainted ground. A superb Coronation Class nameplate. FOR SALE
301 Enamel STATION ENTRANCE SIGN "BR(M) FF "DAVENPORT STATION", opened by the Stockport and Whalley Bridge Railway 1858 and later absorbed into the LNWR. Located on the Manchester to Buxton line situated between Stockport Edgeley and Hazel Grove. Good colour & shine. 72" x 30". 350.00
302 London & North Western Railway signal box Fletchers pattern double line absolute BLOCK INSTRUMENT, complete with bell mounted beneath the case. Tapper mounted on the door. With ivorine label affixed beneath the glass "FAST LINES EDGELEY NO.2". From a Stockport signalbox. V.G.C.460.00
303 Enamel sign “LONDON TRANSPORT POLICE NOTICE. NO PARKING PENALTY £50”. In excellent condition. 24” x 36”. 120.00
304 Irish cast iron sign "MIDLAND RAILWAY CO. N.C.C NOTICE RELATIVE TO ACCOMMODATION CROSS GATES ANY PERSON OMITTING TO SHUT AND FASTEN THIS ACCOMMODATION CROSSING GATE WILL BE PROSECUTED PURSUANT TO 8.VIC.CH.20SEC.75 PENALTY 40/-". In ex lineside condition. 19 ½” x 12”. 120.00
305 Enamel STATION SIGN "ENQUIRY OFFICE" BR(NE) FF. It has a British Railways totem logo to the top edge. This sign hung over the enquiry office door at Huddersfield Station, later becoming The Head of Steam café. Very good condition with white letters case outlined in black. 44" x 45". 400.00
306 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE "52186" as carried by an Aspinall designed Class 27 0-6-0 loco. Built at Horwich Works for the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway. Emerging to traffic in March 1893 numbered 1200, it was renumbered 12186 by the LMS in 1924, becoming 52186 under BR ownership. Allocated to Wakefield in 1948 until withdrawal August 1957. Not a common class. Repainted face, ex loco back.480.00
307 TOTEM – “HEALD GREEN” (M) HF. Opened by the L&NWR in 1909, this station was located on the Styal line between Gatley and Wilmslow. Good colour, fair condition. 580.00
308 Cast iron sign "BARRY DOCK AND RAILWAYS TRESPASS NOTICE" with fourteen further lines of text. An exceedingly rare notice in totally ex lineside condition. 22" x 24". 300.00
309 ENAMEL SIGN "WAY OUT" BR {E} FF. Couple of face & edge chips, one chip affects the letter 'A' but does not detract. Good colour & shine. 36" x 12". 160.00
310 TOTEM - "BRAMHALL" (M) FF, opened in 1845 by the L&NWR. Located on the Manchester Piccadilly (London Road) to Stoke on Trent Main Line situated between Cheadle Hulme and Poynton. Little weather beaten. Loss of colour & shine. Moderately rare. FOR SALE
311 DEPOT PLAQUE, the Leaping Cat denotes Crewe Diesel Depot as carried by Class 47 No. 47757. Totally ex loco condition. Cast aluminium in relief. 17" x 11 ¾”.340.00
312 A group standard LOCOMOTIVE WHISTLE as fitted to all BR Standard classes with the exception of the Pacifics and some Class 5s. Cast brass in original condition. 140.00
313 CARRIAGE PRINT "TRAVEL IN 1890 WEST LANCASHIRE RAILWAY TRAIN HAULED BY LOCOMOTIVE 'BLACKBURN' ON THE WAY TO SOUTHPORT" from a watercolour by Hamilton Ellis, from the LMR Travel In Series. Framed & glazed. V.G.C.40.00
314 Great Western Railway CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE "9622" as carried by the Collett designed Pannier Tank Class 57XX, built at Swindon Works. Emerging to traffic November in 1945, allocations included Barry 1955, Abercynon 1958, Radyr 1964. Withdrawn from there in July 1965. Cast iron. Ex loco condition300.00
315 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE "NORTH BRITISH LOCOMOTIVE COY. LTD GLASGOW 1918 NO. 22018 HYDE PARK WORKS". as carried by Robinson designed 2-8-0 GCR Class 8K heavy freight locomotive. This class was adopted by the Railway Operating Division of the Royal Engineers during The Great War. This loco carried the R.O.D running number 1960. Sold to the GWR in 1925 numbered 3023, withdrawn in 1955. Circular, embossed cast brass. 7 ¼” diameter. 280.00
316 Official London & North Eastern Railway framed & glazed notice "LNER HOTELS" "NOTICE TO VISITORS". Also a copy of the 1863 Innkeepers Act placed central with do's and don'ts listed down each side. Mounted on original card with original hanging loops. Metal framed, glazed in celluloid. Totally original. 19 ¼” x 15 ½”. Foxed but a very interesting survivor. 30.00
317 Irish miniature SINGLE LINE TRAIN STAFF "Ballyglunin/Crossbarry" from a section on the Great Southern & Western Railway. V.G.C.100.00
318 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE "LMS BUILT 1908 ST. ROLLOX". Locos built at St Rollox in 1908 were 12 McIntosh 3Fs, 5 McIntosh 0-4-4 Tanks, 2 Drummond 0-4-0 Saddle Tanks, 2 McIntosh 4-4-0. Embossed cast brass oval. 240.00
319 Painted ADVERTISING SIGN "SILVER CROSS". Depicts a young mother pushing a Silver Cross pram. 58" x 15". 240.00
320 Enamel "POST OFFICE" sign with left facing arrow. Complete with bracket for affixing to the top of a pillar box. V.G.C.260.00
321 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN "OGDENS ROBIN CIGARETTES" with two images of pack of 10 cigarettes, displaying red letters on a white ground with brick work backdrop. Approx. 48" x 12". V.G.C.FOR SALE
322 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN "SPRATTS DOG & BIRD FOOD". Double sided. Good colour & shine, usual chip damage, fair to good condition. 15" x 15". 95.00
323 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN "BROOKE BOND TEA". Black letters on orange ground. 18" x 27". Poor to fair condition.52.00
324 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “SUN LIGHT SOAP”. 30” x 3”. Good condition. 70.00
325 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN "CHAIRMAN CIGARETTES". Approx. 72" x 24". V.G.C.FOR SALE
326 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “PRATTS PERFECTION SPIRIT ANGLO AMERICAN OIL CO. LTD. 52” x 18”. Fair condition. 140.00
327 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN "A.R. BAINES, 67 STATION PARADE (OPPOSITE METHODIST CHURCH" OPTICIAN, PHOTOGRAPHIC DEALER, SURGICAL APPLIANCE MAKER, HIGH CLASS CUTLERY, OPERA & RACE GLASSES, FREE USE OF DARK ROOMS, TELEPHONE NO. ". Approx. 60" x 24". Unusual and rare. V.G.C.200.00
328 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN "PLAYERS PLEASE PLAYERS WEIGHTS CIGARETTES". White script on blue ground. 12" x 86" vertical sign. V.G.C.FOR SALE
329 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “JOULES STONE ALES” blue letters on white ground with trade mark to left hand side. 30” x 10”. V.G.C.180.00
330 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “AGENT FOR THE HOME & COLONIAL WONDERFUL TEA 1/6 PER POUND”. White letters on a green ground. Poor to fair condition. 24” x 12”. 100.00
331 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway monogram TRANSFER ON BOARD used on their coaching stock & locomotives. Totally original and in mint condition. FOR SALE
332 Untitled London & North Western Railway cast iron STATION SIGN "BOOKING OFFICE AND WAITING ROOM". Ex station condition, weld repair does not detract. 38" x 11 ½". 140.00
333 Enamel BR(M) FF PLATFORM SIGN "PLATFORM 1". Very good colour & shine. A couple of edge chips, but a fine example of this type of sign. 24" x 18". 170.00
334 CIGARETTE VENDING MACHINE "CRAVEN A VIRGINIA CIGARETTES WILL NOT AFFECT YOUR THROAT, 6D". Six old pence for 10 fags, so this machine is from the early 50's or late 40's. Solid chromed metal construction. No key.200.00
335 TOTEM - "HOLYWELL JUNCTION" (M) FF. Opened in 1848 by the Chester and Holyhead Railway, named Holywell, renamed Holywell Junction 1912 when the branch line to Holywell Town was opened. Located on the North Wales Coast Main Line, situated between Mostyn and Bagillt. Good colour & shine. Little damage to bottom flange does not detract. V.G.C.550.00
336
London & North Eastern Railway 10" round head WALL CLOCK, face marked "LNER 9134". This clock hung in the Tuxford Central Station signal box. In fine order, complete with pendulum and key. 480.00
337 Enamel RUNNING IN BOARD "REDDISH NORTH", opened in 1875 by the 'Sheffield and Midland Railway Companies Committee' located on the line from Stockport to Stalybridge situated between Stockport Edgeley and Denton. 66” x 45”. Good condition. Flangeless. SOLD
338 An Irish LOCOMOTIVE WHISTLE as carried by numerous locomotive types of the Great Southern & Western Railway. In lovely condition, cleaned but not polished. Cast brass with bronze button finial. 10" high.300.00
339 Cast iron sign "LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY PUBLIC NOTICE, ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY WARNED NOT TO TRESPASS ON THIS RAILWAY" with six further lines of text. Ex lineside condition with post mark to rear. 32" x 21 ½".60.00
340 London & North Western Railway double WOODEN SIGN "PASSENGERS MUST NOT ENTER THE TUNNEL NOR CROSS THE RAILS" "CROSS THE LINE BY THE BRIDGE". This sign is one of two signs that hung either side of the twin bore Standedge Tunnel, at the platform ends of Diggle Station. Wooden construction with metal letters, a couple of letters missing, easily replaced. Very rare sign. 40" x 45". V.G.C.70.00
341 PULLMAN ARMORIAL TRANSFER on a circular mahogany plaque. These plaques were used to cover up the void left by the removal of the bulk head wall clocks fitted to their saloons. V.G.C.75.00
342 London, Midland & Scottish Railway POCKET WATCH, engraved to the back "LMS 14167". Nickel silver case. In full working order. Keeps good time.175.00
343 A Midland Railway PEGGING BLOCK TELEGRAPH INSTRUMENT stamped "M.R.CO." several times and fitted with a traffolite plate "UP LINE". The brass fittings and pegging handle have been nickel plated. Good original condition. 180.00
344 London & North Western Railway SIGNAL ARM and SPECTACLES. Wooden blade, cast metal spectacle frame complete with red & green glasses in good condition. The wooden blade has a little loss to the end, does not detract. Signal blade 59" x 10". 170.00
345 CARRIAGE PRINT "TRAVEL IN 1865 BLACKPOOL-MANCHESTER TRAIN OF THE LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY NEAR KIRKHAM" from a watercolour by Hamilton Ellis, from the LMR Travel In Series. Framed & glazed. V.G.C.30.00
346 TOTEM - "DEGANWY" (M) FF. Opened in 1866 by the L&NWR. Located on the branch line from Llandudno Junction to Llandudno, being the only intermediate station on the line. Super colour & shine. Near mint condition. 2500.00
347 SHEDPLATE '9E' Trafford Park 1950-1956 again in 1958-1968. An ex CLC depot with an allocation of 70 locos in the 1950s, including D11 Directors, Jubilees, Patriots, Royal Scots. 1959 saw the arrival of four Britannias ‘Iron Duke’, ‘Morning Star’, ‘Apollo’ & ‘Arrow’ drafted in to haul the fast London to Manchester Central Expresses. ‘The Palatine’ being the most famous. Cast iron oval. FOR SALE
348 Enamel BR {NE} FF STATION SIGN "PASSENGERS MUST NOT CROSS THE LINES EXCEPT BY MEANS OF THE FOOTBRIDGE", 18" x 9". Mint condition. 150.00
349

Three South African TENDERSPLATES: 1. South African Railways TENDERPLATE "3777" as carried by S2 Class 0-8-0 locomotive, built by Krupp in 1952. Cast brass oval. Repainted face & back. Approx. 7 ¼” x 4 ¼”. 2. South African Railways TENDERPLATE "916" as carried by 11th Class 2-8-2 locomotive, built by North British Locomotive Co. in 1904. Cast brass oval. Repainted face & back. Approx. 7 ¼” x 4 ¼”. 3. South African Railways TENDERPLATE "1723" as carried by Class 14 4-8-2 locomotive, built by Robert Stephenson in 1915. Cast brass oval, in ex loco condition. Approx. 7 ¼” x 4 ¼”. 70.00
350 WORKS NUMBERPLATE “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY COWLAIRS WORKS 1919 2485” as carried by Reid designed Glen Class 4-4-0 named Glen Murran for the North British Railway. Emerging to traffic April 1919, records show this loco allocated to Dundee Taybridge in 1948, reallocated to Dunfermline Upper in 1959. Withdrawn from there March 1960 after forty years in service. Void of paint. V.G.C.600.00
351 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway STATION BELL embossed "L&Y" & “Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway”. Used for warning passengers on the platform that a train was approaching. Cast brass with clapper. 10 ¼" diameter, 10 ½” high. Rare item in excellent condition. 300.00
352 London South Western Railway or Southern Railway cast iron DOORPLATE "PRIVATE". Cast iron oblong. Repainted face, ex door back. 12" x 4". 55.00
353 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway LETTER OPENING KNIFE, engraved “L&YR” to the shank of the knife. 5 ½” total length with turned wooden handle. This came from Horwich Works via an ex clerk. V.G.C.72.00
354 Two railway company blankets "L&NWR CO.", single 76" x 50". Highland Railway "HR&Co. Dornoch" double 84" x 69". Both are in pristine condition. Perfect needlework. In air tight packs, laundered and fresh.50.00
355 North British Railway 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP. "NBR" also "3908 S" stamped on the body. Painted to the body "BOARHILLS PUMPING ENGINE". Boarhills is located on the Fife coast between St. Andrews and Crail. Complete with fore & aft vessel, burner & reflector. Completely untouched. Nice item. 130.00
356 SHEDPLATE '10B' Preston 1948-1958 ex LNWR Depot with an allocation of 35 locos including 6 Patriots and 1 Jubilee. Code transferred to Blackpool Central 1963-1964. Cast iron oval. Repainted face & clean back. SOLD
357 Cast iron sign "GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY " with ten lines of text referring to propping up door whilst using weighing machines. Ex lineside condition. 14" x 12 ½". 60.00
358 SHEDPLATE '24B' Rose Grove 1948-1963. Ex L&Y Depot with an allocation of 41 locos in 1958. Cast iron oval. Ex loco condition. SOLD
359 Enamel RUNNING IN BOARD "HEATON CHAPEL & HEATON MOOR" FF. Opened in 1852 by the Manchester and Birmingham Railway. Located on the now London Euston-Manchester Piccadilly Main Line situated between Stockport Edgeley and Levenshulme. 84” x 36”. Good condition. 650.00
360 North Eastern Railway number takers LANTERN. Brass construction with makers label to the chimney cowl “Youngs Paraffin Light”. Complete with vessel, burner and glass funnel. All copper construction. 19” x 15”. V.G.C. SOLD
361 Southern Railway TARGET - "DOVER PRIORY" (S). Opened in 1861 by the London, Chatham and Dover Railway. Located on the line from Canterbury. Good colour & shine with some restoration. 380.00
362 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway SIGNAL FINIAL. Spike and ball in a cruciform shape. Cast iron. 30" high. Good condition.90.00
363 London & North Western Railway STATION BELL from Menai Bridge Station originally called Britannia Bridge Station, opened 1858 by the Chester & Holyhead Railway and used for warning passengers that a train was approaching. Totally untouched. Very good condition. 9 ½" diameter x 11" high, complete with clapper. Very rare item. FOR SALE
364 SIGNAL BOX NAMEBOARD "MENAI BRIDGE STATION". Fitted to a L&NWR Type 4 design signal box. Located on the L&NWR North Wales coast main line to Holyhead, situated between Bangor and Llanfair at the junction of the Caernarfon branch. Timber construction with cast metal letters. 98" x 10 ½”. Sound condition. Repainted.SOLD
365 Cheshire Lines Committee 14" round head WALL CLOCK, face written "C. ECCLES & SON. LIVERPOOL. C.L.C. 376". Has an LMS brass label affixed to the top of the bezel "LMS 18380". All there but needs restoration. 700.00
366 North Eastern Railway MILE MARKER "YORK 52", just before Darlington on the East Coast Main Line. Cast iron. V.G.C.110.00
367 Great Western Railway silver-plated CRUET SET containing two cut glass bottles with correct stoppers (salad dressings). These are adorned by a shield engraved with the pre-grouping GWR coat of arms, manufactured by Elkington. Superb condition, no dents. Stands 9 ½” high.300.00
368 LMS enamel sign “LONDON MIDLAND & SCOTTISH RAILWAY PRIVATE ROAD AND/OR FOOTPATH”. Has some loss of enamel. Uncommon sign. 16” x 9 ½”.FOR SALE
369 Two Polish LOCO PLATES. An embossed "PKP" eagle. Cast iron oblong. 10" x 7 3/8", also a Loco Class plate "PT 47" 4-6-2. Cast iron oblong. 1 7/8 x 6 ½”". Both in ex loco condition. 110.00
370 WORKSPLATE "LMS BUILT 1919 ST. ROLLOX". Locomotives built that year were 13 Pickersgill Class 300 0-6-0, 5 Pickersgill Class 3F 0-6-0. Embossed cast brass oval. Repainted face, ex loco back. 360.00
371 Cast aluminium British Railways DOUBLE ARROW. Highly polished, probably uncarried. 27 ½” x 17".120.00
372 Two London, Midland & Scottish Railway sepia PHOTOGRAPHIC CARRIAGE PANELS “GRANGE OVER SANDS” and “PORT ERIN ISLE OF MAN”. Framed & glazed in original panels. In good condition for their age. 50.00
373 Enamel STATION SIGN BR(NE FF "TICKETS". Superb condition. Super colour & shine. 24" x 18". WDN
374 Cast iron sign "LNER TRESPASSERS WILL BE PROSECUTED, PENALTY FORTY SHILLINGS OR IMPRISONMENT FOR ONE MONTH". GER pattern. Rectangular with scalloped corners. Lineside condition with its fixing bolts. 22" x 12 ¾”. 200.00
375 LOCOMOTIVE HEADBOARD "THE ABERDONIAN". This famous express was inaugurated in 1927 by the LNER as a night sleeper departing Kings Cross at 7.30pm and arriving at Aberdeen at 7.30am, a journey time of exactly 12 hours. Timings were improved when the Deltics took charge cutting one hour off the total journey time. Cast aluminium with the pattern index of similar titled trains appearing in the back, 9 in all including the "THE MASTER CUTLER". 33 ½ " x 14". Repainted but showing evidence of much service work. Complete with socket clip. See the next two lots. 2700.00
376 CARRIAGE BOARD "THE ABERDONIAN" as carried by the carriages of the BR version of this sleeper express. 67" x 7". Very good original condition.SOLD
377 PLATFORM INDICATION SIGN "THE ABERDONIAN", hung over the turn style entrance of the platform to be used. Crescent shaped with hanging loop, white letters case outlined in black on a tangerine ground. 24" long. Probably used at York or Newcastle in BR days. V.G.C.300.00
378 TOTEM - "MORTLAKE" (S) FF. Opened in 1846 by the Richmond and West End Railway. Located in the borough of Richmond, situated between Barnes Bridge and Richmond. The third and final totem in our university boat race themed totems. Mortlake also has a Royal provenance as it had a special waiting room constructed for Queen Victoria and Prince Albert for their frequent visits to White Lodge in Richmond Park. Good colour & shine. Couple of small chip repairs do not detract. 880.00
379 CARRIAGE BOARD "PADDINGTON/PLYMOUTH" as carried on the coaches of all expresses departing London Paddington and Plymouth alike. 132" x 5". Very good original condition. FOR SALE
380 Enamel BR(M) DOORPLATE "PRIVATE" FF. Good colour & shine. 18" x 3 ½”. V.G.C.80.00
381 Cut glass PULLMAN WHISKEY TUMBLER. Acid etched with the original coat of arms lion rampant. Sharp cut waisted foot. Perfect condition. 115.00
382 London & North Western Railway wooden Fletchers ABSOLUTE BLOCK INSTRUMENT with bell mounted beneath it and tapper mounted below the door. In good original condition. 160.00
383 Enamel RUNNING IN BOARD "ABBEY WOOD". Opened in 1849 by the South Eastern Railway located on the southern line from London Cannon St. to Gravesend, situated between Woolwich Dockyard & Belvedere. 144” x 24” in two sections. V.G.C.FOR SALE
384 SHEDPLATE '55B' Stourton 1957-1967 ex Midland Depot with an allocation of 35 locos. The code was transferred to York 1967-1973, an ex NER Depot with an allocation of diesel locomotives, eventually becoming the National Railway Museum. Cast iron oval. Repainted face & back. FOR SALE
385 A wooden cased LNER DOUBLE LINE BLOCK INSTRUMENT in fine original condition. Two needles with traffolite plates "DOWNLINE" and "UP LINE" and rotary commutator mounted on the front. In good original condition. 150.00
386 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE "CREWE BUILT 1957". Locos built this year were 45 Standard Class 9Fs. 5 08 diesel shunters. Embossed cast iron oval. Repainted face with cleaned back.160.00
387 A group of 5 Midland SIGNAL LEVER PLATES. 3 double sided as the have been previously used. Cast brass engraved. A very good lot. 130.00
388 London South Western Railway SIGNAL POST. A lattice post complete with all fittings. Signal blade is bent but easily straightened. To be sold in situ. To be removed from Brookside Garden Centre within 3 weeks of this sale. All assistance will be given.500.00
389 Southern Railway STATION TARGET enamel sign "NETLEY". Opened in 1866 by the London & South Western Railway located on the branch from St Denys to Fareham situated between Sholing & Bursledon. A couple of chips do not detract. Will clean up nicely. 22" x 13".350.00
390
London, Midland & Scottish Railway DRAUGHT HORSE HARNESS with 4 brasses, engraved "LMS". In need of a good rub with saddle soap. Complete. 100.00
391 An original "THE PENNY MAGAZINE OF THE SOCIETY FOR THE DIFFUSION OF USEFUL KNOWLEDGE, MARCH 31 to APRIL 30 1833". Four page monthly supplement 69. The headline and front page story with illustration. "THE MANCHESTER AND LIVERPOOL RAIL ROAD". V.G.C.40.00
392 Cast iron sign "BRITISH TRANSPORT COMMISSION WARNING HEREBY GIVEN TO PERSONS NOT TO TRESPASS UPON THE RAILWAY PENALY NOT EXCEEDING 40/-". In ex lineside condition. 23" x 19". 50.00
393 South African Railways bi-lingual CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE "SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAYS 3091.15F SUID AFRIKAANSE SPOORWEE", as carried by Class 15F 4-8-2 locomotive, built by the North British Locomotive Company. Works number 25975, emerging to traffic 1947. Embossed cast brass, totally ex loco condition. 250.00
394 TOTEM - "CONGLETON" (M) FF. Opened in 1848 by the North Staffordshire Railway. Located on the London-Manchester Main Line through Stoke on Trent between Mowcop and North Rode. Good colour & shine. Couple of chip repairs, does not detract. Good overall condition. 1900.00
395 Enamel SIGNALBOX NAMEBOARD "CARLISLE NO. 4A" BR(M) FF. 48” x 12”. V.G.C. 500.00
396 Industrial LOCO WHISTLE, complete with valve seat. Cast brass construction, maker unknown. 16 ½” high, 3” diameter. Displayed on a wooden board. V.G.C.100.00
397 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE "44949" as carried by Stanier designed Class 5 4-6-0, built at Horwich for the LMS. Emerging to traffic February 1946 being allocated to Wakefield. It was reallocated to Rose Grove in 1950, Patricroft in 1965. Finally to Newton Heath in June 1965. Withdrawn from there June 1968 after 22 years in service. Ex loco condition. 750.00
398 Single line miniature STAFF "HAIGH JCT/WHELLEY JCT A" complete with its original hoop and holster. This item was obtained by a Rose Grove fireman. This staff actually belongs with this hoop and holster. This section being the cordline to Whelley Junction on the LNWR Wigan avoiding line, through to Haigh Junction adjoining the L&Y Rly line to Blackburn. V.G.C.100.00
399 South African Railways dual language CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE "SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAYS 3086 15F SUID AFRIKAANSE SPOORWEE" as carried by Class 15F 4-8-2 locomotive, built by the North British Locomotive Company in 1947. Cast brass oval with hollow back, stamped "L7902148”. 20 ¾” x 14 3/8".250.00
400 Great Western Railway Castle Class LOCOMOTIVE CHIMNEY as carried by 7027 ‘THORNBURY CASTLE’ designed by Collett during the early part of the 1920's. This loco was not actually built until 1949 under the direction of British Railways at Swindon, modified by Hawksworth. Emerging to traffic in February 1949 it was allocated to Laira, Swindon 1951, Old Oak Common 1951, Worcester 1960, Reading 1963. Withdrawn in December 1963 after just 14 years in service. A very good example. 29" diameter, 25" high. 1100.00
401 Four LMS original early ABC REGIONAL SPOTTER BOOKS 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948. All unmarked, in good condition for age. Staples firm although a little rusty. No loose pages. 50.00
402 ABC British Railways "LOCOMOTIVE COMBINED VOLUME" Summer 1960 by Ian Allan. Unmarked and in very good condition, spine a little faded and worn, does not detract. 65.00
403 Two "ABC BRITISH RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES COMBINED VOLUMES" by Ian Allan 1958, both unmarked with different style spine binding to one as an experiment, quite rare. Also slightly different colour cast. V.G.C. 120.00
404 Two "ABC BRITISH RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES COMBINED VOLUMES" by Ian Allan. Winter 1961 & Winter 1962. Totally unmarked. V.G.C. 40.00
405 Two "ABC BRITISH RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES COMBINED VOLUMES" by Ian Allan 1963. Some underlining to shed codes on page 4, other than that V.G.C. Summer 1964 is marked on the fly leaf, ‘xmas present’. Other than that V.G.C. No underlining of numbers. 40.00
406 Two "ABC BRITISH RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES COMBINED VOLUMES" by Ian Allan. Winter 1964 & Summer 1965. Totally unmarked. V.G.C. 130.00
407 Two "ABC BRITISH RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES COMBINED VOLUMES" by Ian Allan. 1966 & 1967. Totally unmarked. V.G.C. 130.00
408 Two "ABC BRITISH RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES COMBINED VOLUMES" by Ian Allan. 1968 & 1969. Totally unmarked. V.G.C. 48.00
409 First edition ABC 1942 “THE ABC OF SOUTHERN LOCOMOTIVES A COMPLETE LIST OF ALL SOUTHERN RAILWAY ENGINES IN SERVICE”. “THIS BOOKLET IS COMPILED AND PRODUCED BY I. ALLAN 225-7 LALEHAM ROAD, STAINES FROM WHOM FURTHER COPIES MAY BE OPTAINED”, dated December 1942. This is an original 1st edition, the little book that started train spotting as we all know it. Very rare. Green cover slightly faded to the edge, sound stapes, not rusted. Totally unmarked. You will not find a better example of one of these iconic books. 45.00
410 First edition of the GWR ABC “THE ABC OF GREAT WESTERN LOCOMOTIVES. A COMPLETE TABLE OF ALL GWR LOCOMOTIVES”. Dated August 1943. This was Ian Allan’s second venture with this idea and LMS and LNER editions soon followed. In very good condition for its age. Brown cover with marks due to age. Totally unmarked. 70.00
411 TOTEM - "LISKEARD" (W) HF. Opened in 1859 by the Cornwall Railway. Located on the Great Western Railway Main Line from London Paddington to Penzance, situated between Menheniot and Doublebois. Liskeard has a separate station and branch line set at a right angle that goes down to the famous village of Looe. Good overall condition. Loss of some shine, usual edge nibbles repaired. 950.00
412 Wooden hanging DESTINATION SIGN "YORK, DONCASTER, GRANTHAM LONDON (KINGS CROSS). White Gill Sans letters on tangerine ground. Probably from Newcastle or Darlington. 36" x 15". V.G.C. 340.00
413 London, Midland & Scottish Railway 12 " round head non fusee WALL CLOCK, face written " BR(M) 21909". Very good condition. Working order. Complete with key.190.00
414 TOTEM – “COULSDON SOUTH” (S) FF. Opened in 1889 by the South Eastern Railway located on the LB&SC line to Brighton, situated between Purley & Redhill. Good colour & shine, tiny chip to the letter ‘N’, does not detract. V.G.C.550.00
415 Furness Railway Station PLATFORM SEAT. Probably the most ornate of all the stations cast iron ended seats, with its red squirrel and bunches of grapes standing on lion paw feet. In original condition as removed from the railway. There is loss of a bunch of grapes to right hand end. These can be recast in aluminium and reaffixed. 8ft long. SOLD
416 CARRIAGE BOARD "THE IRISH MAIL" BR(M) used on the famous London Euston-Holyhead mail train, departing Euston 8.45am normally hauled by Royal Scots, later on by Britannias sometimes loaded to 16 bogies. Maroon ground with straw letters. Lovely original condition. 132" x 5".160.00
417 SHEDPLATE '16C' Kirby In Ashfield 1948-1955. An ex MR Depot with an allocation of 60 locos at its zenith. Code transferred to Mansfield 1955-1960 ex MR Depot with an allocation of 30 locos. Finally the code was transferred to Derby 1963-1973 the ex MR Depot with approx. 40 locos on its books. Repainted face & back. FOR SALE
418 Enamel RUNNING IN BOARD "MARYLEBONE" BR (M). Opened in 1899 by the GCR being the terminus of the Great Central Railway in the Capital. 112” x 12”. Fair condition. 280.00
419 Cast iron sign "STRATFORD-UPON-AVON & MIDLAND RAILWAY BEWARE OF TRAINS TRESPASSERS WILL BE PROSECUTED. BY ORDER". Oblong with mitred corners. Repainted face, ex lineside back with post mark. 21" x 15".FOR SALE
420
London & South Western Railway train DESTINATION HEADBOARD, double sided "HARROW" "RICHMOND" white letters on black ground, usual edge nibbles. Fair condition. 28 ½” x 4". 55.00
421 WORKSPLATE "LMS BUILT 1933 CREWE". Locomotives built that year were 34 Stanier Moguls, 15 Fowler Patriots and 2 Stanier Princess Royals, 6200 ‘Princess Royal’ and 6201 ‘Princess Elizabeth’. Embossed cast brass oval. Repainted face, ex loco back. 220.00
422 Great Western Railway CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE "2248" as carried by Collett designed 0-6-0 Class 2251, built at Swindon Works. Emerging to traffic August 1945. Allocation records show Carmarthen 1960, Reading (WR) 1963. Withdrawn from there in September 1964. Cast iron. Ex loco condition. 300.00
423 North Staffordshire Railway monogram TRANSFER ON BOARD. Used on all their stock etc. Totally original in mint condition. 12” x 5”. 85.00
424 Enamel STATION SIGN "CAUTION, DRIVE SLOWLY" BR(M) FF. Good colour & shine. Some old chip repairs present. 140.00
425 British Railways SHIP’S STERN FLAG as flown from their fleet of passenger ships operating around coastal waters. A white diagonal cross with a central roundel encompassing the lion over wheel BR emblem, all on a blue ground. Some damage to bottom corner. Very colourful & rare. 76" x 40".260.00
426 SHEDPLATE '8L' Aintree 1963-1967. An ex CLC depot with an allocation of 37 locos in 1963. Mostly WD 8Fs and a mix of Black Fives, Crabs, Jintys and a couple of Standard Class 2. Repainted face. FOR SALE
427 TOTEM - "CHIRK" (W) FF. Opened in 1848 by the Shrewsbury, Oswestry and Chester Junction Railway. Located on the GWR Paddington to Birkenhead Main Line, situated between Preesegweene and Cefn. Super colour & shine, usual edge nibbles. V.G.C.680.00
428 East African Railways LOCOMOTIVE SPEEDOMETER removed from Class 59 Mountain Class 4-8-2+2-8-4 Beyer Garratt number 5919 "Mount Lengi". Works number 7650. It emerged to traffic 1955. This speedometer is calibrated 0-100kph or 60mph. Manufacturers brass plate to rear "Smiths". Looks in fine order and probably could be used again. 9" diameter, mounted on a wooded surround. Comes with receipt of purchase from the Kenya Railways.90.00
429 The Railway Convalescent Homes deep ceramic SERVING DISH with cover. Potted in creamware, decorated with a maroon border with gold lining. The company crest adorns the body twice and cover once. In perfect condition, no chips or cracks. 9 ¼ " overall. 3" deep.40.00
430 Presentation GRANDMOTHER CLOCK with silver plate "PRESENTED TO MR. A.R. ROBERTS BY THE STAFF & FRIENDS UPON RETIRING AFTER 46 YEARS SERVICE. WARRINGTON CENTRAL STATION MAY 13th 1933". Complete with pendulum and key. Needs a little restoration. 60" in height. 160.00
431 RUNNING IN BOARD "BRITISH RAILWAYS ANNAN STATION" BR(SC), opened by the Glasgow Dumfries and Carlisle Railway in 1848, located on the west coast mainline. Situated between Shaw Hill Junction and Kirtlebridge. In excellent condition. 108" x 24". 240.00
432 "L&NWR" engraved brass ARM BAND, complete with leather strap & buckle. In fine condition. Not common in this state.190.00
433 Brass single-line KEY TOKEN with a brass plate engraved "PICKBURN-SPROTBOROUGH" from a section of the former South Yorkshire Railway which was worked by the Hull and Barnsley Railway. V.G.C.90.00
434 TOTEM - "DISLEY"(M) FF. Opened in 1857 by the Stockport, Disley & Whaley Bridge Railway backed by the LNWR. Located on the line from Stockport to Buxton, situated between Middlewood Lower and New Mills Newtown. Heavily repaired to a good overall condition. SOLD
435 Enamel RUNNING IN BOARD "NUNEATON ABBEY STREET", opened by the Midland Railway in 1864. Located on the Midland line from Birmingham, situated between Stockingford and South Leicester Junction. 112" x 36". V.G.C.150.00
436 Two carriage prints from the LMR Travel in Series by Ellis. 1. 1855 Maryport & Carlisle Rly. 2. Furness Railway train entering Ulverston Station. Both framed & glazed in original frames. V.G.C.75.00
437 Tyers single line aluminium KEY TOKEN "HARLECH-BARMOUTH SOUTH", used on the ex Cambrian railway line from Dovey Junction to Pwllheli. In good condition. 130.00
438 Two silver-plated PLATE COVERS marked "LMS STEAMERS" within a laurel wreath, one with an ornate handle, the other plain. Both 72 ½” high. No dints or scratches, very nice examples by 'Elkington'. Accompanied by three silver-plated sundae dishes all marked 'LNER', by Walker & Hall. Used condition. 30.00
439 Cast iron SIGN “HIGHWAYS ACT 1959 THE BRITISH RAILWAYS BOARD HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT THIS WAY IS NOT DEDICATED TO THE PUBLIC. Repainted face (part) with ex lineside back. 24 ½” x 16”. 45.00
440 A Midland Railway PEGGING BLOCK TELEGRAPH INSTRUMENT, fitted with a traffolite plate "DOWN LINE". The brass fitting and pegging handle have been nickel plated stamped "M.R.Co" on the top. Good original condition.150.00
441 Pair of Great Western Railway FINIALS. Cast iron open ball and spike. Both have casting marks to the spike, "L" on one and the other indiscernible. 22" high. 120.00
442 London North Eastern Railway wooden cased tapperless BLOCK BELL, fitted with small mushroom shaped bell. Restored, in very good condition. 100.00
443 A full set of LNER 1st SERIES CATHEDRAL PLATES (6). V.G.C.90.00
444 TENDERPLATE “LMS NO. 9626 1937”. Cast iron oblong. Ex loco condition. 7 7/8” x 5 5/8”.70.00
445 Two Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway STATION LANTERN NAME LABELS “STOCKSMOOR” made of thin metal with the name cut out, affixed to the inside of the glass. The light within would illuminate station name. One for use with a wall lantern, the other for a lamp-post lantern case. Stocksmoor is located on the Huddersfield to Penistone line between Blockholes and Denby Dale. V.G.C.50.00
446 London, Midland & Scottish Railway 3 aspect HANDLAMP "LMS embossed to the body with a brass label affixed "LMS 40101", complete with all glasses, vessel and reflector. In ex service condition with "24D" painted to the chimney top and body. "NO. 49 LR DARWEN LOCO" painted to the reducing cone. Ex service condition. 50.00
447 SHEDPLATE '55C' Farnley Junction 1956-1966 ex LMS Depot with an allocation of 40 locos in 1958 including 4 Jubilees. Cast iron oval. Repainted face & back. V.G.C.FOR SALE
448 North Eastern Railway SIGNAL BOX WALL LAMP with embossed lozenge affixed to the vessel "NER". Complete with burner, reflector and glass funnel. V.G.C.220.00
449 London & North Eastern Railway saucer top 4 ASPECT HANDLAMP, the body stamped “HAYFIELD “12413 LNE C S”. Complete with LNE C vessel, burner & reflector, front lens is cracked. A rare survivor from this high peak location. 240.00
450 North British Railway STATION HANDBELL. Cast brass with fruit wood handle. Engraved “NBR” boldly to the body. Compete with clapper. 12” high. Excellent condition. SOLD
451 Enamel DOORPLATE "PARCELS" BR {E} FF. Good colour & shine, few chip repairs & minor scratches. 18" x 3 ½”. 75.00
452 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “BEYER PEACOCK & CO LTD MANCHESTER 1915” as carried by a Great Northern Railway of Ireland 4-4-0 Class U locomotive either 5904 ‘Lough Gill’, 5905 ‘Lough Neagh’, 5906 ‘Lough Swilly’, 5907 ‘Lough Melvin’ or 5908 ‘Lough Derg’. In totally ex loco condition showing all the remnants of old paint. Cast brass oval. 9 7/8” x 5 ¾”.250.00
453 TOTEM - "EDGE HILL" (M) FF. Opened in 1836 by the Liverpool and Manchester Railway. Located at the Liverpool end of the line, situated between Broad Green and Lime Street terminus. Edge Hill is one of the world’s oldest stations extant. Loss of shine but good colour, some face scratches. Good overall condition. 820.00
454 RUNNING IN BOARD "BEVERLEY" NE, opened by the York & North Midland Railway in 1846. Located on the NE line from Hull to Driffield, situated between Cottingham and Arram. 132" x 33" approx. In two sections. Fair to good condition. Letters case outlined in black. 130.00
455 Cast iron sign "GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY NOTICE" with nine lines of text referring to trespass. Ex lineside condition. 29 ½” x 20 ½”. 60.00
456 Enamel STATION PLATFORM SIGN "PLATFORM 6&7" with left facing arrow, also "7" with right facing arrow. Very good colour & shine. 36” x 18”. 170.00
457 Great Northern & Great Eastern Rly BRIDGEPLATE "GN & GE 25". Cast iron oval. Repainted face.75.00
458 North Eastern Railway STATION WALL LANTERN, all copper construction, unglazed but very sound condition. 23” high x 13” wide. 130.00
459 WORKS NUMBERPLATE "LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY 1929 GATESHEAD WORKS 1887" as carried by the Wilson Worsdell designed Q Class 4-4-0 reclassified by LNER D17. These locomotives were part of the NER’s top link in their early days. Allocated to various depots during its 41 years in service including Carlisle, Gateshead, Neville Hill, Selby, Scarborough, and finally Starbeck. Withdrawn from there on the 5th November 1938. Clean face, ex loco back. A rare survivor. 550.00
460 BR(E) LNER pattern LOCOMOTIVE HEADLAMP complete with vessel, burner & flip over lens. In ex loco condition.160.00
461
BR (M) wooden NOTICE BOARD "PLATFORM DEPART SALE ALTRINCHAM AND STATIONS TO CHESTER (EXCEPT ASHLEY)", probably from Manchester London Road. Ex station condition. 28" x 50".260.00
462 TOTEM – “THATTO HEATH” (M), opened by the L&NWR in 1871. Located on the line from St. Helens and Roby (Liverpool) situated between Eccleston Park and St. Helens. Good colour, loss of shine with a couple of face chips.SOLD
463 WORKS NUMBERPLATE "LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY COWLAIRS WORKS 1896". The original 3 digit running number has been ground off and overstripped with the new LNER number, alas lost. Locos built at Cowlairs during 1896 were 12 Holmes designed J36 0-6-0 freight locos. Cast iron oval. Devoid of paint to the face, remnant of paint to the back. Small crack to the top edge does not detract. 9” x 5”. 75.00
464 London & North Eastern Railway CATHEDRAL PLATES, 5 of the 2nd series. All different and two from the 3rd series. All in very good condition. 380.00
465 CARRIAGE PRINT "TRAVEL IN 1895 WIRRAL RAILWAY TRAIN ON THE WAY TO BIRKENHEAD" from a watercolour by Hamilton Ellis, from the Travel In Series. Framed & glazed. V.G.C.40.00
466 TOTEM - "ELLESMERE PORT" (M) FF. Opened in 1863 by the Birkenhead Railway. Located on the branch from Hooton to Helsby situated between Ince & Elton and Hooton. Has some chip repairs but generally in good presentable condition. 620.00
467 Midland Railway 3 aspect HANDLAMP, brass label affixed to reducing cone "Midland Rly 32181" with unmarked vessel. Has 'LMS' marked burner. Complete with all glasses, slatted type. Ex service condition. 75.00
468 Small brass Midland Railway WARNING HORN stamped “MRCo W&W” with bakelite mouthpiece. Fair condition.35.00
469 Enamel POSTER BOARD HEADER “BRITISH RAILWAYS” BR (E) QR. Excellent condition. Good colour & shine. 50” x 6”. 200.00
470 London, Midland & Scottish Railway station LAMP TABLET "CHAPEL-EN-LE-FRITH". Opened in 1863 by the L&NWR, located on the Stockport to Buxton line, situated between Whaley Bridge and Dove Holes. Fair condition with the usual loss of enamel around the fixing holes. Good colour. 17" x 4 ½”.240.00
471 Small enamel sign “THE CONDITION UPON WHICH TICKETS INCLUDING SEASON TICKETS, ARE ISSUED” BR(M) with four further lines of text. A little loss around the edges, main script and body are fine. Good colour & shine. 6” x 4”.30.00
472 Irish miniature SINGLE LINE STAFF "Hill of Down/Killucan 'A'" from a section of the Midland & Great Western Railway from Dublin to Athlone situated between Moyvalley and Mullingar. V.G.C.90.00
473 London & North Eastern Railway BARREL WHISTLE, probably used by LNER transport police. Engraved "LNER" also the makers name "THE ACME ENGLAND". Nickel-plated brass with lanyard loop. 2 ½” long. V.G.C.25.00
474 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway stone BOUNDARY MARKER engraved "L&YR". Has been cut down to aid handling at some time. Does not detract as this portion would have been underground. 29" x high x 10" wide and 5 ½” thick. Not a common item.65.00
475 Enamel STATION SIGN “PARCELS” BR(NE). In excellent condition. Good colour & shine. 36” x 12”.360.00
476 TOTEM - "BARNES BRIDGE" (S) FF. Opened in 1916 by the London South Western Railway. Located in the borough of Richmond between Putney & Mortlake. The second of our university boat race theme totems. Very good colour & shine. V.G.C.900.00
477 RUNNING IN BOARD "WINDSOR & ETON RIVERSIDE". Opened by the Windsor, Staines and South Western Railway in 1848. Located on the L&SWR branch to Windsor, being the terminus. 216" x 36" in two sections. Good condition. 150.00
478 SHEDPLATE '51A" Darlington 1948-1973. An ex NER Depot with an allocation of approx. 100 locos. Cast iron oval. Ex loco back & front. 100.00
479 A double handled, with hinged cover, stainless steel SUGAR POT. Engraved to the body "RHODESIA RAILWAYS" within a belted armorial, engraved to the underside "5521" with makers mark "WMF CROMARGAN GERMANY 0.251". 'WMF' is a very famous maker of stainless steel decorative items and is sort after in its own right by collectors. V.G.C. FOR SALE
480 SHEDPLATE ‘52A’ Gateshead 1948-1973. Ex NER Depot with an allocation of 143 locos at its height. Newcastles premier depot, home to A4, A3, A1, A2 Pacific types also B1s, V2s and many more. Cast iron oval. Repainted. V.G.C.80.00
481 Great Eastern Railway TYERS BLOCK GONG with spiral gong fitted. Nice ex box condition, wooden construction. Stamped "G. BEECH 1070". Good condition.200.00
482
London, Midland & Scottish Railway CARRIAGE BOARD "LONDON", "BRADFORD" to the reverse. 28" x 3 ¼”. V.G.C. 80.00
483 Enamel BR{E} FF "PLATFORM 4". Good colour & shine. Good overall condition. 24" x 18". 150.00
484 London & North Western Railway BRIDGE PLATE NO.1 “L&NWR 1”. Cast iron oval. Has very neat repair to left hand end. V.G.C.40.00
485 Enamel SIGN “NATIONAL TELEPHONE SERVICE”. Depicts a blue bell on white ground with white letters. Approx. 12 x 12”. V.G.C.150.00
486 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE "48612" as carried by a Stanier designed Class 8F 4-8-0 heavy freight locomotive. Emerging to traffic July 1943, being allocated to Willesden, reallocated to Saltley December 1948, Newton Heath 1964, Heaton Mersey March 1966 then to Newton Heath until withdrawn from there in 1968. Ex loco condition, has a BR service weld very neatly done, does not detract.850.00
487 Locomotive Depot NOTICE BOARD (Defects). This board came from Accrington Loco Depot 24A liberated on the day of closure. 6/3/1961. Wooden construction. 54” x 32”. Fair condition. 50.00
488 Silver-plated MUSTARD SPOON engraved “Glasgow & South Western Railway Steamers” within a garter surrounding their cypher. V.G.C. FOR SALE
489 London & North Eastern Railway CHAMBER POT. Lovely condition monogramed to the body in black. 9” diameter.60.00
490 Wooden BR (M) STATION NOTICEBOARD double sided, with "BRITISH RAILWAYS" "SPECIAL NOTICES" in totem cartouche on maroon header. 28" x 50". Fair condition.95.00
491 Brass organ pipe WHISTLE, probably off an 08 shunter or industrial locomotive. 10" x 1 ¾”. V.G.C.50.00
492 Two Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway STATION LANTERN NAME LABELS “SKELMANTHORPE” made of thin metal with the station name cut out, affixed to the inside of the glass. The light within would illuminate the station name. One for use in a wall lantern the other for a lamp-post lantern case. Skelmanthorpe is located on the Clayton branch, being the only intermediate station on this line. V.G.C.50.00
493 SHEDPLATE "2A" Rugby 1948-63 ex L&NWR Depot with an allocation of 100 locos in the 1950s including Patriots, Jubilees, Britannias. Code transferred to Tyseley 1963-1973 ex GWR Depot with an allocation of over 100 locos of both GWR and LMS origin, also Standards. Little damage to top right hand edge done in service. FOR SALE
494 London & North Western Railway wooden sign with metal letters. "ENGINES MUST NOT ENTER THIS WAREHOUSE” from the warehouses at Heaton Chapel, Stockport. Red with white letters & border. Ex warehouse condition. 54" x 28". 150.00
495 London & North Western Railway line BLOCK INDICATOR BACKPLATE, unique to the L&NWR. Cast brass, engraved "UP MAIN BLOCKED CLEAR". Not common. Ex box condition. 260.00
496 BR (SR) 4 ASPECT HANDLAMP. Brass lozenge to the reducing cone stamped "3016" also makers label affixed to the body 'Polkey', with a "SR" lozenge also affixed. No glasses present but complete with vessel, burner, etc. V.G.C.40.00
497 BRIDGE PLATE “L&NWR 45”. Cast iron oval. 17” x 11”. Repainted face & back. Good condition.50.00
498 Midland Railway pattern brass LOCOMOTIVE WHISTLE, almost certainly LMS having a nut for its finial. Unable to state which class of loco this is from as it is whistle only, no valve etc. Nice item. 9 ½” high, displayed on a wooden stand. FOR SALE
499 London & North Eastern Railway silver-plate TABLEWARE – Four sundae dishes and a twin compartment serving dish. All engraved “LNER”. In ex service condition. V.G.C.WDN
500 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE "LMS BUILT 1945 CREWE". Locos built at Crewe this year were 63 Stanier Class 5s. Embossed cast iron oval. Repainted face with cleaned back. 100.00

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