MAIN AUCTION CATALOGUE OCTOBER 2020

Lot No Reserve Increments:
£1 - £100 = £10
£100 - £1000 = £20
£1000 - £2000 = £50
£2000 + = £100
WINNING BIDS + 10% BP
1 - £250 MIDLAND RAILWAY WALL LAMP – beautifully cast in cast iron with a brass vessel & spigot. Wall bracket has a brass label engraved “MR CO”. Also the brass vessel is stamped “MR GAS”. Complete with burner & glass funnel. Stands 14 ½” off the wall, total height without funnel is 11”. V.G.C. Rare£250 (263)
2 - £60 LEEK & MANIFOLD VALLEY LIGHT RAILWAY GATE NOTICE “SHUT THIS GATE”. Cast iron. Repainted. 32 ½” x 3 ½”. A very rare sign.£270 (468)
3 - £1000 LIVE STEAM MODEL, 3 ½” gauge. It depicts a London, Brighton & South Coast Railway 4-6-2 T loco number 325 named “ABERGAVENNY”. A superb model. Comes with a box of fittings and firing irons. No boiler certificate. 37” buffer to buffer. £3600 (299)
4 - £900 A STREAMLINED PRINCESS CORONATION CLASS PACIFIC’S HOOTER, identified by S shaped casting of the seat. These hooters are extremely rare. Lightly polished, repainted seat. 17” total length.£640 (186)
5 - £120 L.M.S. ENAMEL LAMP TABLET “HALIFAX”. Originally opened by the Manchester & Leeds Rly, becoming L&YR then LMS. Good colour & shine, usual edge nibbles. Good overall condition. 17” x 4 ½”.£320 (431)
6 - £300 LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RLY & GREAT NORTHERN JOINT RLY LAMP TABLET (enamel) “HALIFAX NORTH BRIDGE”. Opened in 1880. Good colour & shine, usual edge nibbles. Very rare pre-grouping lamp tablet. 17” x 4”. £690 (431)
7 - £60 LNER, (GER PATTERN) 4 ASPECT HANDLAMP, plated “LITTLEPORT”. Complete with vessel, burner assemble, orange glass absent, front lens is loose, needs attention.
8 - £60 MR WOODEN-CASED BLOCK BELL. With mushroom shaped bell, 2 traffolite labels attached “SALTLEY JCT” “UP AND DOWN” hand written. Ex box condition. £300 (112)
9 - £300 SHEFFIELD & MIDLAND RAILWAY GRITSTONE BOUNDARY MARKER, engraved “S&M RLY”. Removed from the short branch from New Mills Jct to Hayfield, only 3 miles in length. Ex lineside condition. Very rare, especially in this condition. Complete, no loss of stone whatsoever. 12 ½” x 24”. £380 (301)
10 - £200 STATION RUNNING IN BOARD “GARSTANG ROAD”, metal letters on wooden board, beading absent and replaced letter ‘G’, probably whilst in service. Located on the Garstang & Knott End Railway between Cockerham Cross Halt and Pilling. This was a level crossing and request halt. Artefacts from this railway are very rare indeed. Good condition. £300 (463)
11 - £ 80 LOCOMOTIVE WORKS NUMBERPLATE “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY DONCASTER WORKS 1931 7620”, as carried by a Gresley V1, later rebuilt to V3 2-6-2 T loco. Allocations included Haymarket, Heaton & Gateshead. ‘7620’ has been planed off so an over-strip could be fitted. Over-strip is absent, ‘7620’ is plain to identify. Cleaned. V.G.C.£80 (225)
12 - £110 ENAMEL SIGN “GENTLEMEN” BR(W) FF. Good colour & shine. 36” x 18”. £120 (467)
13 - £70 A PAIR OF NER/LNER CROSSING KEEPER’S INSTRUMENTS, brass plated “UP LINE” and “DOWN LINE”. V.G.C.£200 (122)
14 - £500 GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY 10” FUSEE ROUNDHEAD WALL CLOCK, face written “BR (E) 13581. Records show ex Liverpool Street Station, Hamilton House, also Control Traffic & Shipping Manager Office Warwick House. Mahogany case, complete with pendulum and key, V.G.C.£500 (199)
15 - £30 LMS CERAMIC ONE CUP TEAPOT, in flower and vine pattern, potted by Grindley. Marked on bottom “GRINDLEY ENGLAND LMS DINING CARS MAR 1936”. Perfect condition, no cracks or chips. £30 (136)
16 - £60 “RAILWAY SERVICE VEHICLE” cast iron plate. We know not what or where this item was used, maybe a doorplate from a works garage. In ex service condition. 19” x 2 ½”.£60 (454)
17 - £200 G.W.R. LOCOMOTIVE CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “9717” as carried by Collet Class 57XX 0-6-0 Pannier Tank loco, built Swindon Works. Emerging to traffic in June 1934, allocations included Penzance, Hereford. Repainted face & back. Has small chip out of top edge, does not detract. V.G.C£320 (436)
18 - £100 CAB WORKSPLATE (cast alloy), “NORTH BRITISH LOCOMOTIVE COMPANY LTD GLASGOW 1960”, carried by D6322 B-B Type 2. Emerging to traffic April 1960, allocations include Laira, Newton Abbot, Bristol Bath Road. Withdrawn from Laira in October 1971. Ex cab condition. 9 6/8” x 4”. V.G.C.£400 (146)
19 - £50 LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY SILVER-PLATED ICE BUCKET (large), art deco style, in lovely condition. Engraved ‘LNER’ in script to the body. Stands 9 ½” high, 8” diameter. By Walker & Hall, Sheffield. V.G.C.£70 (423)
20 - £70 POSTER BOARD HEADER (enamel) “BRITISH RAILWAYS” BR(M). Good colour & shine, usual edge nibbles. Tiny chips to the letters ‘H’ and ‘L’, do not detract. 25” x 6”. £120 (467)
21 - £70 SOUTHERN RAILWAY ENAMEL SIGN “PLEASE SHOW TICKETS”. Flangeless. Nibbles to fixing holes, small chip to the letter ‘O’. Good colour & shine. 16” x 10”. £130 (147)
22 - £40 “LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY NOTICE” cast iron sign. Ref. Owners, Occupiers Gate Notice. Repainted face. 18” x 18”.£75 (297)
23 - £110 LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY FLETCHERS PATTERN WOODEN CASED DOUBLE LINE BLOCK INSTRUMENT. Ex service condition£140 (262)
24 - £600 ENAMEL SIGN “PASSENGERS MUST NOT CROSS THE LINE EXCEPT BY THE FOOT BRIDGE, PASSENGERS WITH PRAMS WILL BE ESCORTED ACROSS THE LINE BY THE STAFF ON REQUEST” BR(NE) FF. Excellent colour & shine in superb condition. 36” x 24”. £620 (158)
25 - £100 LMS STANIER HOOTER with fitting flange for upright installation i.e: Tank Locomotives. Ex loco condition. 14” high. £100 (286)
26 - £40 LONDON MIDLAND & SCOTTISH RAILWAY VIADUCT PLATE (cast iron) “LM &SR CO 5” in the style of the L&NWR plates. This plate has been repainted and detail picked out in paint, but alas this plate is very corroded but sound in itself. Quite rare. 12” x 9 ½”.
27 - £30 ENAMEL POSTER/HOARDING BOARD HEADER “MAIDEN”. Very good condition, good colour & shine. 60” x 6”. £30 (411)
28 - £400 FURNESS RAILWAY SEAT, fully restored to a very high standard twenty years ago by Stuart Furniss. Totally original, all cast work without damage or loss. Correct timber, probably larch & original stretchers. Painted in its correct colours. The most desired of railway platform seats. Note: This seat will have to be picked up by the purchaser from an address in Hook, Hampshire. All assistance will be given. 7ft 10” long.£1650 (131)
29 - £60 GLASGOW & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY SIGNAL POST FINIAL. Complete. V.G.C. 28” high. £60 (411)
30 - £250 GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY STATION SEAT, cast iron ends in perfect condition “GNR” cast into them & mounted on original wooden blocks. Original timbers sadly showing signs of age but quite safe to sit on. Repro cast seat back “DONCASTER” affixed. 8ft 4
31 - £30 LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY BRIDGEPLATE (cast-iron) “L&NWR CO 1 “. Ex bridge condition. £85 (273)
32 - £150 LOCOMOTIVE CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “NATIONAL RAILWAYS OF ZIMBABWE 387 15”, as carried by Class 15 Beyer Garratt numbered 387 named “IMVUBU”. Built Manchester 1949. Cast aluminium. Ex loco condition. 19” x 15”. Oval.£170 (435)
33 - £450 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “31218”, as carried by Wainwright 0-6-0 C Class locomotive, built at Ashford Works. Emerging to traffic December 1900, allocations included Ashford. Withdrawn from there in May 1962. Ex loco condition with BR(S) triangle mark cast in the back. £650 (125)
34 - £75 LNER LOCO 2 ASPECT HANDLAMP with smaller fluted top, LNER logo embossed to the body. Stamped ‘ANN 67’ (Annesley Loco Depot.). Complete with all glasses, reflector and unmarked vessel with ‘LNER’ marked burner. V.G.C.£75 (283)
35 - £90 A ‘GLEDHILL’ TIME RECORDING CLOCK, retrieved from Haymarket Locomotive Depot 64B. Famous for its top link Pacific stud of A4s, A3s and A1s, later on, Deltics. In excellent, as used condition. Complete with pendulum & key. 42” x 19”. £220 (276)
36 - £120 LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY TYERS PERMISSIVE BLOCK INSTRUMENT. Face in poor condition. Brass plated “LUDDENDEN FT WEST” and “UP LOOP”. “LYR” stamped to the roof. Ex service condition. £440 (112)
37 - £40 NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY INK WELL (pewter), stamped “NER” to the underside. Hinged cap with holes to hold dip pens. Alas liner absent. 6” diameter. £45 (422)
38 - £40 PRESENTATION SILVER-PLATED TAZZA CENTRE PIECE, engraved “PRESENTED TO MR T. BURN BY THE STATION STAFF AT BOWES ON HIS RETIREMENT JUNE 1921”. Bowes Station was located on the Barnard Castle to Kirkby Stephen line. Manufactured by J.H. Co. 7” high, 10” diameter. Very nice item.£40 (423)
39 - £50 LOCO TENDER PLATE (cast iron) “LONDON & NORTHERN EASTERN RAILWAY 4130 1947”, as carried by tender coupled to a Thompson B1 Class. Void of paint. V.G.C. £70 (188)
40 -£250 NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY WOODEN STATION NAMEBOARD “WAVERLEY”, from the famous station at Edinburgh. A unique survivor. Restored condition. 8ft x 18”.
41 - £40 “L & SWR BEWARE OF TRAINS” cast iron sign. In ex lineside condition. 26” x 17” approx. With square fixing holes. £70 (159)
42 - £350 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “76102”, as carried by Riddles Standard Class 4 loco, built at Doncaster Plant. Emerging to traffic 1957, allocations included Parkhead, St Rollox, Dawsholm, Grangemouth, Dumfries, finally Hurlford. Withdrawn December 1966. Repainted. £370 (436)
43 - £200 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “BEYER PEACOCK & CO.LTD 7329 BEYER GARRATT LOCOMOTIVE BRITISH PATENTS MANCHESTER 1949”. For loco details see Lot. 32. Embossed cast brass. 10 ½” x 6 ½”. Repainted face, clean back. V.G.C.£200 (243)
44 - £1000 TOTEM “SETTLE” (M) FF. Located on the Midland route from Leeds to Carlisle, situated between Long Preston and Horton-in-Ribblesdale at the foot of what is called ‘the Long Drag over the roof of Yorkshire’. Very good condition. A desirable item. £1750 (245)
45 - £200 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “THE BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS PHILADELPHIA USA DECEMBER 1920 54284”, as carried by a standard gauge 2-8-0 heavy freight loco. Delivered to the Republica Dominicana Cuban Sugar Mill, as far as we know spending all its working life there. Polished cast brass, ex loco back. Stamped “105” twice. 9 ½” diameter. £200 (256)
46 - £30 POSTER – DR “SEE BRITAIN BY TRAIN”, depicts an image of Chester’s main street with bridge & clock. V.G.C.
47 - £750 HIGHLAND RAILWAY LONG CASE CLOCK, face written “FERGUSON H.R.Y. INVERNESS”. Mahogany case. 58” in height.
48 - £20 DONCASTER STATION LIGHT DEFUSER, with ‘DONCASTER’ in capitals to one side. Has some loss to right hand top corner, does not detract. 70” x 9”. £60 (219)
49 -£40 GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY BLOCK SWITCH, has ivorine plates affixed to front with brass fittings. Lovely patina. Ex box condition. 12” high x 8” wide x 9” deep. V.G.C.£40 (262)
50 - £1000 LOCOMOTIVE NAMEPLATE “NORDIC TERMINAL”, as carried by Class 60, number 60053, named in 1997. Built by Brush at Loughborough, emerging to traffic in June 1991, originally named “JOHN REITH”. This nameplate has only recently been removed from the loco. In totally ex loco condition. 50 ½” x 17 ½”. £1520 (233)
51 - £300






HULL & BARNSLEY RAILWAY 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, body stamped “NO. 277” also brass plated twice “HBR 277” and “HOWDEN”. Complete with unmarked vessel, burner assemble & all glasses present. Very good ex service condition. Void of paint.
52 - £30 POSTER – QR “BRITISH RAIL PASSENGER NETWORK 1972”. V.G.C.
53 - £30 POSTER – QR “LONDON & SUBURBS MAINLINE RAILWAYS”. V.G.C.
54 - £75 POSTER – QR “BRITISH RAILWAYS, NORTHUMBERLAND & DURHAM TRAIN SERVICES AND FARES FROM STATIONS, OFFICES & AGENCIES”. A colourful image. Lots of destination vignettes. V.G.C.£75 (462)
55 - £30 POSTER – DR “A MOMENTS IMPATIENCE, A LIFETIME OF REMORSE” BR information poster. V.G.C.£70 (113)
56 - £30 POSTER – DR “LOIRE VALLEY GO BY TRAIN FRENCH RAILWAYS”. V.G.C.
57 - £40 POSTER – DR “BY TRAIN TO LONDON”. V.G.C.£45 (444)
58 - £30 POSTER – DR “KENT COAST ELECTRIFICATION DO YOU KNOW” BR(S). V.G.C.
59 - £30 POSTER – DR “THE LEISURELY WAY TO PARIS” BR (S). V.G.C.£40 (444)
60 - £25 POSTER – QR “BR LONDON RAIL SYSTEM”. V.G.C.
61 - £200 SOUTHERN RAILWAY STATION TARGET (enamel) “VAUXHALL”. Located to the east of Vauxhall Bridge, London. Good colour & shine. Has some restoration. Good overall condition. £260 (411)
62 - £100 GROUND FRAME NAMEBOARD “SPEKE GROUND FRAME”, located on the LNWR route from Widnes – Liverpool situated between Speke, Allerton and Dock Jct. In ex lineside condition. 43” x 6”. Wooden with metal letters. £180 (406)
63 - £200 SOUTH AFRICAN CAST BRASS CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAYS SUID AFRIKAANSE SPOORWEE 2390 GF”, as carried by a 3ft 6” gauge Garratt. Built by Hanomag in 1927, withdrawn in 1979. Repainted face, clean back. 20 ½” x 14 ¼”. V.G.C.£540 (420)
64 - £200 FLAMAN SPEED RECORDER as fitted to the cabs of the Lord Nelson Class Locomotives during the late 30s and 40s by the Southern Railway, manufactured by Ateliers Vauganson for the Southern Railway as stated on attached makers brass label. Top pane of glass has a crack. Easily repaired. 12” x 13”. £520 (264)
65 - £80 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “AMERICAN LOCOMOTIVE COMPANY 72486 SCHENEGTADY WORKS NOVEMBER 1944” as carried by 5ft gauge Russian EA Class 2-10-4 numbered 3294. Embossed cast iron. Repainted face, ex loco back. V.G.C.£200 (256)
66 - £100 SHEDPLATE ‘26F’ – Patricroft 1958-1963, ex LNWR Manchester Depot with an allocation of approx. 60 locos. Totally ex loco condition. £160 (455)
67 - £400 LMS HAWKSEYE STATION SIGN “LONGWOOD & MILNSBRIDGE”, located on the LNWR route from the Manchester to Leeds route between Huddersfield & Golcar, closed 1968. Not appeared in auction before now. A rare hawkseye. Repainted face, clean back. Measured in two sections each 47 ½” long, total 95”. Superb sign. £770 (431)
68 - £120 LMS HOOTER (brass), as carried by Fairburn 4P Tank Loco number 42696, built Derby Works. Emerging to traffic in October 1945. Allocations included Polmadie, Motherwell, Newton Heath, Fort William. Withdrawn from LM region in 1964. This whistle was removed from the loco by the vendor at Wigan. Excellent condition. £140 (413)
69 - £100 SHEDPLATE “1D” Devons Rd 1948-1963, ex North London Railway depot with an allocation of approx. 40 locos. Repainted face, clean back. V.G.C.
70 - £600 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE (brass) “GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY NO. 1546 MAKERS 1922 DONCASTER” fully engraved. As carried by Gresley J50 0-6-0 T numbered 223,3223,8922,68922. Allocations included Ardsley, Bradford Hammerton St, Low Moor, Wakefield, withdrawn in 1963. Superb condition, lightly polished face, ex loco back with ‘3223’ inscribed. £650 (213)
71 - £170 BULLPITS NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP stamped “1388 S DALKEITH” also stamped “NBR”. Bullpits brass makers plate affixed to the body, dated 1900. Complete with all glasses, original unmarked vessel & reflector. Burner absent. V.G.C.£190 (412)
72 - £75 BR DOORPLATE – “PRIVATE”. Flangeless. Good colour, medium shine, usual edge and hole fixing nibbles. Good condition. 18” x 3 ½”. £160 (158)
73 - £600 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY DONCASTER NO. 1532 MAKERS 1921”, as carried by Ivatt J6 0-6-0 numbered 631, 3631, 4270, 64270. Allocations included Doncaster, Annesley, Colwick. Withdrawn 1960. Lightly polished face, ex loco back, stamped ‘4270 L’, denoting left hand side, also scribed “4270’. Superb condition. Oval.£1250 (221)
74 - £25 POSTER – DR “METRO WEST YORKSHIRE RAIL NETWORK”, depicts route system. V.G.C.
75 - £1000 LOCOMOTIVE NAMEPLATE “THE RAIL CHARTER PARTNERSHIP”, as carried by Class 86 electric loco number 86261, built Doncaster Works. Emerging to traffic in September 1965, named in 1997. Withdrawn in 2004. Ex loco condition. 77” x 6”. V.G.C.
76 - £30 POSTER – DR “GEORGE STEPHENSON L.N.E.R. FIRST IN THE WORLD”. Pasted on board. Fair to good condition. £65 (422)
77 - £30 POSTER – DR “BULB TIME IN HOLLAND”, pasted on board. Fair condition.£30 (109)
78 - £30 ADVERTISING POSTER – DR, depicting map of England’s roads & rail routes surrounded by independent business ads, circa 1930. Framed & glazed. Good condition.
79 - £40 “GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY TIMETABLE 1905 BRADFORD, HALIFAX, THORNTON & KEIGHLEY”. Framed & glazed. 18” x 24” approx.. V.G.C.£180 (275)
80 - £30 POSTER – DR “NORFOLK BROADS HOLIDAYS AFLOAT”. Good colours. V.G.C. £70 (444)
81 - £30 POSTER – DR “GWYNEDD THE RAILWAY” vignettes of Wales. Good colours. V.G.C. £30 (172)
82 - £150 N.E.R. 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, body stamped “GREENSFIELD”. ‘Greensfield’ was the original NER’s Loco Works adjacent to Gateshead Loco Depot 52A. Reducing cone stamped “NER” also lens cone stamped “NER JOHN LEWICK BIRMINGHAM”. Complete with all glasses and correct fore & aft vessel and burner assembly. V.G.C. £250 (122)
83 - £30 POSTER – DR ARRIVA TRAINS WALES “RUSHGORDON”. Very colourful artwork, in pristine condition.
84 - £80 ORIGINAL POSTER – “GREAT NORTHERN & GREAT EASTERN AND NORTH BRITISH RAILWAYS EAST COAST EXPRESS ROUTE”. Map of the system in a period frame branded “GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY” on the reverse side. Poster not fastened down but laid over acid free card. Some slight staining at the bottom, does not detract. Framed & glazed. 37” x 16 ½”. £170 (120)
85 - £50 POSTER – DR “FURNITURE REMOVALS CURRIES LNER” Good condition.
86 - £50 POSTER – QR “CAMBELTOWN CALL OF THE HILLS AND THE SEA”. Fair condition.
87 - £30 POSTER – DR “VINNDE GRAND-DUCHE DE LUXEMBOURG CITY MEDIEVALE”. Very good condition. £30 (462)
88 - £30 POSTER – QR “LONDON & SUBURBS MAIN LINE RAILWAYS”. Depicting colourised map. V.G.C.
89 - £30 POSTER – DR “BRITISH RAILWAYS ISLE OF MAN, NOT JUST ONE RESORT BUT MANY”. Good condition. £30 (292)
90 - £200 POSTER – DR “THE QUEEN OF SCOTS”, depicts A4 loco hauling this famous Pullman train, pasted on original notice board. Smoke damage and some losses, will conserve. £320 (109)
92 - £30 POSTER – DR “ SEALINK”, depicts image of a modern ferry. V.G.C.£30 (267)
93 - £30 POSTER – DR “BRITISH RAILWAYS (WR) ANNOUNCE A NEW NAMED TRAIN “ THE ROYAL DUCHY”, incorporating timetable. V.G.C. £30 (213)
94 -£30 POSTER – DR, “UNION INTERNATIONALE DES CHEMINS DE FER” FIFTY YEARS OF ASSOCIATION, FIFTY YEARS OF PROGRESS. V.G.C.
95 - £30 POSTER - DR, SECOND WORLD WAR “ YOUR PROVISIONS DEPEND ON THE LINES BEHIND THE LINES”. Good condition. £30 (444)
96 - £30 POSTER – DR “INTERCITY MOTOR SHOW 88 NEC OCTOBER 22-30”. Framed & glazed in original frame. V.G.C. £60 (109)
97 - £40 “GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY NOTICE” cast iron sign, ref. to fastening gates etc. 29” x 11” approx. Good condition.£90 (404)
98 - £30 PAIR OF EPNS BRITISH TRANSPORT HOTELS LOBSTER PICKS, engraved “BT HOTELS” with a cartouche of a lobster at the shank. V.G.C.
99 - £30 LNER CERAMIC CHAMBER POT, lined out in blue with company cypher. Transfer printed to the body “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY MARINE” within a belted motif. Very good condition. 7 ½” diameter. £80 (121)
100 - £8000 LOCOMOTIVE NAMEPLATE “SOUTHPORT” as carried by LMS Patriot Class 45527 designed by Fowler, built at Derby Works. Emerging to traffic in March 1933, being rebuilt by Stanier with a taper boiler at Crewe In 1948. Allocations included Edge Hill 1948, Bushbury 1961, Holyhead, Llandudno Jct, Willesden, Carlisle Kingmoor, Upperby, withdrawn from Kingmoor December 1964. Lightly polished face with repainted ground, ex loco back. A superb example of one of these well loved locos. 34 ½” long.£8000 (117)
101 - £50 ADVERTISING ENAMEL SIGN “SPECIAL NOSEGAY CIGARETTES”, incorporating an image of a thermometer, actual thermometer is absent. Good colour & shine, couple of chips and a chip repair to the top fixing hole. Does not detract. V.G.C. 7 ½” x 22 ½”.£140 (411)
102 - £40 ADVERTISING ENAMEL SIGN “WALTER WILLSONS SMILING SERVICE”. Very good condition, original although looks unused. 8” x 11”.£40 (446)
103 - £30 ADVERTISING ENAMEL SIGN “BURTON” unsure of the origins of this sign, maybe from the high street tailors of that name. Has a couple of central chips, affecting the letter ‘T’ and some edge nibbles. Good colour & shine. 20 ½” x 4 ½”. £30 (411)
104 - £20 ADVERTISING SHELF PLATE in tin plate “SPRATTS BONIO” “BONE SHAPED DOG BISCUITS”. V.G.C. 20” x 14”. £70 (403)
105 - £80 ENAMEL ADVERTISING SIGN “NEWS OF THE WORLD”, in two sections 64” x 12” & 63” x 12”. Good colour & shine, some loss of enamel , chips & nibbles. £140 (259)
106 - £25 ENAMEL ADVERTISING SIGN “ JUNIOR REG, THE LINER CONCRETE MACHINERY CO NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE & LONDON”. Double sided. 15 ½” x 7 ½”. Ex service condition. £50 (411)
107 - £25 ENAMEL ADVERTISING SIGN “FOWLER LEEDS CONCRETE MIXER MANUFACTURED BY JOHN FOWLER & CO (LEEDS). Has been touched up a long time go. 18” x 8”. £60 (175)
108 - £25 ALUMINIUM ADVERTISING PLATE SIGN “ANDERSONS HIPPO ROOFING FELT” V.C.G. 4” x 24”. £45 (411)
109 - £30 ENAMEL ADVERTISING SIGN “ROYAL DAYLIGHT LAMP OIL”, double sided, badly faded but legible. 21” x 14 ½”. £45 (411)
110 - £50 ENAMEL ADVERTISING SIGN “LYONS TEA”. Good colour & shine, chips to fixing holes and edge nibbles. 27” x 7”. V.G.C.£120 (189)
111 - £75 ENAMEL ADVERTISING SIGN “SMOKE ROBIN THE POPULAR CIGARETTE”. Some restoration, mainly to the bottom edge. Good colour & shine. 61” x 12”. V.G.C.£130 (411)
112 - £50
ENAMEL ADVERTISING SIGN “PLAYERS NAVY CUT TOBACCO”, double sided, red on one side, blue on the other. Wall flange rusty with some metal loss. 18” x 14”. £110 (411)
113 - £75 ENAMEL ADVERTISING SIGN “VIROL THE FOOD FOR HEALTH”, has had a little restoration a few years back, 99% excellent. Very good colour & shine. 48” x 18”. £170 (295)
114 - £300 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “BUILT BY BRITISH RAIL ENGINEERING LIMITED DONCASTER WORKS 1980”, as carried by Class 56 numbered 56084. Withdrawn in 2000, cut up a Booths, Rotherham. Restored condition. ‘56084’ scratched in the back. Cast aluminium. 7” x 4 ¾”.
115 - -£180 LNER GROUP STANDARD LOCOMOTIVE WHISTLE in ex loco condition. There is a piece of pipework brassed on the underside of the flange, which is not standard, this can easily be removed with a little heat. Complete with activating lever and valve wheel assembly.£180 (413)
116 - £60 A PAIR OF LOCOMOTIVE WATER GAUGE PROTECTORS, as removed from a Stanier 8F Class 2-8-0, ex loco condition. Complete, in very good condition. £120 (201)
117 - £40 “CALEDONIAN” EPNS BREAD ROLL BASKET, well used but in straight order, engraved cartouche to the body. Very rubbed. Art Deco in style. 12” x 6”. £40 (459)
118 - £60 MIDLAND RAILWAY SIGNAL POST FINIAL, short style. Complete. V.G.C. 22” high.
119 - £350 BR (E) 12” ROUNDHEAD WALL CLOCK, face written ‘BR E 9019” Mahogany case with brass turn buckle catch to bottom doors ”9019” in crayon inside the back box. Back plate engraved “64694 COVENTRY ASTRAL” V.G.C.
120 - £120 LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, body stamped “L&SWR 2422” also “L&SWR 2422” to the reducing cone, plus brass button “E”. Original stamped vessel “L&SWR”, burner assembly & all glasses. Folding back handles. Very good ex service condition.
121 - £80 SIGNAL BOX WORKING DIAGRAM “PHILIPS PARK No. 1”. Located on the main line out of Manchester Victoria at Miles Platting. Wooden box framed construction. Most of the bulbs are present with wiring. 78” x 26”.£80 (431)
122 -£80 SIGNAL BOX WORKING DIAGRAM “PHILIPS PARK No.2”. Located on the main line out of Manchester Victoria at Miles Platting. Wooden box framed construction. Most of the bulbs are present with wiring. 78” x 26”. £80 (431)
123 - £25 BRAKE HANDLE (cast brass), as fitted to MSJ & A Rly electric units. Ex loco condition. £35 (190)
124 - £20 SPEEDO GAUGE, as fitted to London Transport underground train units. Ex unit condition. £30 (467)
125 -£45 ROAD SIGN “LEVEL CROSSING”. Makers mark cast into bottom edge “GOWSALL LTD”. Cast aluminium. Restored condition. 12” x 21”. £120 (433)
126 - £120 LMS SIGNAL BOX NAMEBOAD “BURY LOCO JC”, located on the Bolton to Castleton line. Restored condition, replacement board and other wood section. The main body, to which the letters are applied, is totally original. Really good looking and a very well done restoration. 72” x 10 ½”. £260 (463)
127 - £750 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “NO.1037 GORTON 1951”, as carried by EM1 Bo-Bo electric loco No. 26030. Emerging to traffic in January 1952, withdrawn in July 1981, scrapped at Booth’s Metals, Rotherham. Engraved cast brass, lightly polished, untouched back. £1850 (146)
128 - £40 CHESHIRE LINES COMMITTEE BRIDGE PLATE (cast-iron) “CL RY 86”. Repainted face, ex bridge back. V.G.C.£60 (283)
129 - £40 CAST IRON SIGN “LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAYS BEWARE OF TRAINS”. Repainted face, ex lineside back. 28 ½” x 15”. V.G.C.£85 (465)
130 - £40 GAUGE LAMP brass-plated “GLOUCESTER EASTGATE”, stamped “BR W” and “E A” to chimney area. Complete with vessel, burner & reflector. Has replacement top loop handle. Unrestored, in ex service condition. £120 (182)
131 - £150 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “ROBERT STEPHENSON & HAWTHORNS LTD 7668 NEWCASTLE WORKS 1950”, as carried by 0-6-0 Saddle Tank with inside cylinders. 7668 was one of a batch built for Stewarts & Lloyds Ltd at Corby Northants. A very powerful locomotive of its type. Loco running number ‘57’. Totally ex loco condition. Oval 13” x 8 ½”. £400 (242)
132 - £80 LOCOMOTIVE CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “57”, as carried by Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn Saddle Tank, works number 7668. See previous lot for details. Embossed cast brass. Rectangular. 13” x 8 ½”. Totally ex loco condition. £280 (242)
133 - £30 CERAMIC SERVING DISH (large), transfer printed “GREAT WESTERN HOTEL, FALMOUTH” within a circular cartouche & encircling the GWR cypher. Oval 14” x 11”. Chip to right hand rim. £30 (459)
134 - £1350 A THREE NOTE CHIME WHISTLE, by Smith Denis, as fitted to a few BR Western Region Britannia Pacifics in the early 1960’s. This whistle was removed by the Shed Master at Stockport Edgeley Station after 70026 ‘POLAR STAR’ had been withdrawn and given to a well known collector in the Stockport area for display in his museum. 70026 was allocated to 9B Stockport Edgeley from June 1965 until withdrawal in January 1967. Scrapped at Cashmores in April 1967. A very rare whistle. Lightly polished 17” high, 4 ½” diameter. Stamped to the base ‘J14605’. Very good condition. £1600 (252)
135 - £50 D WAGON PLATE (cast-iron) “LNER 18 TONS 1921 COWLAIRS 733791”. Repainted face, ex wagon back. £90 (134)
136 - £80 SHEDPLATE “16C” Kirkby-in-Ashfield 1948-1955. Ex MR Depot with an allocation of approx. 60 locos. Code transferred to Mansfield 1955-1960 ex MR depot with an allocation of approx. 30 locos. Finally transferred to Derby 1963-1973, MR depot with an allocation of approx. 40 locos. Repainted face, clean back. V.G.C.
137 - £30 LMS CHAMBER POT, potted by D. Mann & Co, Hanley, Stoke On Trent. Transfer printed ‘LMS’. 9” diameter, 5 ½” depth. No chips or cracks. V.G.C.£50 (136)
138 - £60 ENAMEL ADVERTISING SIGN “COLMANS D.S.F. MUSTARD”. Good colour & shine, usual edge nibbles. 24” x 16”. £140 (467)
139 - £400 TOTEM “BEARSDEN” (SC) FF. Opened 1863, located on the ex North British Railway to Milngavie branch from Glasgow, situated between Westerton & Hillfoot. Deep colour & shine, no restoration. Superb example.£670 (150)
140 - £35 CARRIAGE PRINT “COLWYN BAY DENBIGHSHIRE”, from the LMS Photographic Series. Original frame. Good condition. £55 (417)
141 - £35 CARRIAGE PRINT “SOUTH & SOUTH WEST COAST FREQUENT EXPRESSES” railway advert. Original frame & glazed. V.G.C.£35 (444)
142 - £35 CARRIAGE PRINT “TEMPLE GARDENS WAR OF THE ROSES” (M), from a watercolour by Mortelmans LMR History Series. Framed & glazed, original type frame.£60 (436)
143 - £180 L&NWR INSPECTORS 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP. Body stamped “WR LNWR A28629". Reducing cone stamped “LNWR CARR DEPT WOLVERTON”. Complete with all glasses, vessel & burner assembly. Very good original condition.
144 - £400 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “NEILSON REID & CO GLASGOW 1902 HYDE PARK LOCOMOTIVE WORKS NO 6060”, as carried by Robinson designed GCR J11 0-6-0 998, later 5998, then 4305, finally BR 64305. Withdrawn July 1962. Embossed cast brass. 6 ½” x 4 ¼”. £400 (267)
145 - £200 GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY STATION HANDBELL (large). A cast brass bell engraved “G.N.R” with a mahogany handle and complete with cast iron clapper. Beautiful condition, used by station staff to warn of a train approaching. 13 ½” in height. 6 ¾” diameter at the mouth. £220 (469)
146 - £750 14” ROUND HEAD CALEDONIAN RAILWAY LONG CASED FUSEE CLOCK by Muirhead & Sons, Glasgow. Face written “MUIRHEAD & SONS, GLASGOW, CALEDONIAN RAIL CO”. In original condition. Pine case painted in pale blue, stands 5ft. Complete with pendulum & weight. £1350 (126)
147 - £200 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “GM LOCOMOTIVE GROUP LA GRANGE U.S.A, LONDON, CANADA, MODEL JT 42 CWR SERIAL 968702 19. DATE 09-98”, as carried by Class 66 number 66019. Emerging to traffic October 1998, allocated to (Toton). Ex loco condition. Polished steel. 12” x 4”. £200 (172)
148 - £40 SOUTHERN RAILWAY WOODEN DOORPLATE “HM CUSTOMS & EXCISE WATERGUARD OFFICE”. V.G.C. 18” x 6”. £170 (209)
149 - £150 LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY WOODEN CASED FLETCHERS PATTERN DOUBLE LINE BLOCK INSTRUMENT, traffolite plate affixed “ACTON GRANGE JUNCTION”. Located on the L&NWR West Coast Main Line situated between Moore and Warrington. In ex box condition. V.G.C.£150 (262)
150 - £1500
LOCOMOTIVE NAMEPLATE “GYPSUM QUEEN II”, accompanied with its brass engraved plaque which was affixed to the loco. As carried by Class 60 number 60008, named in 1955, name removed in 2006. The loco was named in memory of the lost souls of the freighter named “GYPSUM QUEEN”, sunk by a German submarine in the North Atlantic during the Battle of the Atlantic 1941. Totally ex loco condition. Cast aluminium. 59 1/8” x 8 1/16”. Plaque 11 ¾” x 8 ½”. £1500 (191)
151 - £400 SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY 12” DROP DIAL FUSEE WALL CLOCK, face written “BR(S) JOHN WALKER, 1 SOUTH MOLTON ST, LONDON 737. SE”. “S.E.R”, branded on the back box also stamped “787 SE”. In totally ex service condition. Complete with pendulum & key. £800 (105)
152 - £130 L.N.E.R (GCR PATTERN) NON-PEGGING BLOCK INSTRUMENT with traffolite plate “NORTH LINCOLN JUNCTION” and “DOWN LINE”. Ex box condition. £160 (456)
153 - £50 “BRITISH TRANSPORT COMMISSION NOTICE BY VIC CAP 20. 5. 75” GATE NOTICE (cast iron). Ex lineside condition. 29 ½” x 10 ¾”. £120 (161)
154 - £80 USA GATE CROSSING LAMP, 4 sided, 4 aspects, (2 white, 2 red). Top of chimney embossed with makers name “A.P LINGTON DRESSEL N.J. U.S.A. Complete with correct vessel & burner assembly. Stands 15” high, ex service condition. Very good order.£80 (405)
155 - £40 SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAYS ARMBAND “SAR 1169 SORTER SORTEERDER SAR”, engraved brass with leather strap & buckle. V.G.C.
156 - £40 “GWR” STAMPED SLEEPER BRACE, full working order 44” long.
157 - £30 6 x BRITISH TRANSPORT FISH KNIVES & FORKS, handles engraved “B.T.C. C.S.” to five and “BTC HOTELS” to seven. All matching design, ready for your fish supper. V.G.C.
158 - £20 “LNER” UPHOLSTERY BRUSH, beautifully made and in mint condition. You will not find a better example. £30 (456)
159 - £30 ‘LMS’ EMBOSSED ONE CUP TEACUP in brown glaze, ‘LMS HOTELS’ moulded to the underside. V,G,C, no cracks or chips.
160 - £50 MIDLAND RAILWAY SIGNAL POST FINIAL. Complete. 28” high. V.G.C.£60 (198)
161 - £40 “RIGHTS OF WAY ACT 1932 BRITISH TRANSPORT COMMISSION” cast iron sign, with four further lines of text. Repainted 25” x 10”. Good condition. £120 (160)
162 - £50 UKRANIAN LOCOMOTIVE EMBLEM PLATE “CCCP”. These loco plates adorned many of the steam classes. Embossed cast aluminium, beautifully repainted face. Ex loco back. 12 ½” x 14”. Superb condition. £160 (402)
163 - £175 BOX BOARD “CLIVIGER EAST” BR(M) FF. Located on the route from Burnley and Todmorden, situated between Copy Pit and Townley Station. 66” x 12”. Good colour & shine, usual edge nibbles. V.G.C. £520 (147)
164 - £35 ETCHED CORDIAL GLASS “GWR HOTELS”. Cut glass. has a tiny chip to rim which does not detract. 4 ½” in height, 3” diameter. V.G.C.
165 - £50 BR 4 ASPECT FOGGING LAMP, body stamped “KENYON” (Kenyon Junction), also embossed “BR(M)”. Complete with all slatted glasses, vessel, burner & reflector. In ex service condition. Kenyon Junction is located on the old Manchester to Liverpool line between Astley and Newton-Le-Willows. V.G.C£100 (229)
166 - £70 LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY SIGNAL FINIAL. Spike and ball in a cruciform shape. Cast iron. 30” tall. V.G.C.£90 (262)
167 - £400 GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVE CHIMNEY, as removed from a Castle Class loco at Swindon, loco unknown. Accompanying this item are three letters from BR Western Region, Swindon, stating the price, weight and delivery arrangements. This chimney is complete and does not appear to have any cracks to the casting, but it has been at the vendor’s home for the last 57 years, so not in the best condition. Needs some TLC. 29” diameter, 25” high. All assistance will be given with delivery of this item. £680 (413)
168 - £50 PAIR OF LOCOMOTIVE AIR HORNS, by Desilux. One trumpet needs TLC. The other Is in good condition. 13” long. £50 (411)
169 - £30 WEST RIDING & GRIMSBY RAILWAY VIADUCT PLATE (cast iron) “WR &GR 22”. Restored condition.£60 (259)
170 - £50 TENDER WATER CAPACITY PLATE, cast brass “WATER CAPACITY 4000 GALLONS”. Oval, 10 ¼” x 6”. Restored face. V.G.C.£60 (188)
171 - £50 DRIVER’S WORK BOX, brass plate to the cover “W. BOWEN, NEWTON HEATH”. Repainted, complete with drop down internal plate, catch absent. V.G.C.£60 (411)
172 - £80 SHEDPLATE “40C” Louth. Ex GNR Depot 1950-1956 with an allocation of approx. 8 locos. Repainted face & back. V.G.C.£395 (418)
173 - £25 A NUMBER PANEL FROM THE LOWER SALOON BULKHEAD OFF LEEDS TRAMWAYS BUILT TRAM “48”, built by British Electrical Engineering Co. Emerging to traffic in April 1927, withdrawn in 1952, scrapped at Lowfield Rd, Leeds that year. Gold leaf transfer on polished teak. Totally original board. 19” x 9 ¼”. Very rare survivor.£25 (431)
174 - £25 A NUMBER PANEL FROM THE LOWER SALOON BULKHEAD OFF LEEDS TRAMWAYS BUILT TRAM “404”, entering service in 1926, withdrawn in 1952, scrapped at Lowfield Rd, Leeds that year. Gold leaf transfer on polished teak. Totally original board. 19” x 9 ¼”. Very rare survivor.£25 (431)
175 - £25 A NUMBER PANEL FROM THE LOWER SALOON BULKHEAD OFF LEEDS TRAMWAYS BUILT TRAM “419”, entering service in 1927, withdrawn in 1952. Scrapped at Lowfield Rd, Leeds that year. Gold leaf transfer on polished teak. Totally original board. 19” x 9 ¼”. Very rare survivor. £25 (431)
176 - £25 A NUMBER PANEL FROM THE UPPER SALOON DESTINATION BOX OFF TRAM “419”. Note the scalloped cut outs to allow the heat to escape from the heat of the bulbs. Details of tram refer to previous lot. Gold leaf transfer on mahogany. 11” x 4”. Rare survivor. £25 (431)
177 - £25 GROUP OF FOUR CUT DOWN NUMBERS PANELS from Tram Cars bought by Leeds City Transport from Southampton in 1948, numbered 291, 292, 296, 298. All withdrawn & scrapped 1952 at Lowfield Rd, Leeds. Displayed as a group on a display board. 11” x 14”. £55 (431)
178 - £25 GROUP OF 3 UPPER SALOON MOULDINGS of ex London Feltham Trams in service in Leeds from 1950 to 1957, numbered 508, 560, 582. All scrapped at Lowfield Road, Leeds. Gold leaf transfer on mahogany moulding. Approx. 6” x 2” each. Rare survivors. £140 (431)
179 - £25 TRAM CAR CLASS PLATE, as carried by “CLASS B2 CAR NO. 119 T” of Leeds Tramway. Built by English Electric, entered service in 1927, withdrawn in 1954. Scrapped at Lowfield Road, Leeds. Ex service condition. Aluminium plate. 12” x 3”. £75 (431)
180 - £150 L.N.E.R TAIL LAMP, brass plated “LNER NEWCASTLE”. Complete with correct vessel & burner. 19” tall. Ex-service condition.
181 - £140 LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY GATE NOTICE (cast iron) “KEEP THIS GATE SHUT”. Repainted face, ex gate back. 41” x 3 ½”.
182 - £40 MIDLAND RAILWAY (untitled) cast iron sign “BEWARE OF TRAINS”. Repainted face with post mark to rear. 22” x 15”. V.G.C.£80 (189)
183 - £25 CERAMIC POT (tiny), impressed “LNER” to the body. 2” in height. V.G.C.
184 - £40 CAST IRON SIGN “GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY BEWARE OF THE TRAINS, LOOK BOTH UP AND DOWN THE LINE BEFORE YOU CROSS”. Repainted face, original bolts still in situ. Ex lineside back (post mark). 22” x 12”. £120 (238)
185 - £280 UNTITLED LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY WOODEN STRONG BOX, engraved into brass handle assembly “NEWSHOLME STATION”. Newsholme Station is located on the L&Y line from Blackburn to Hellifield, situated between Gisburn and Hellifield. Opened in 1880. Made of elm, reinforced with brass corner and other fittings. Has evidence of replacement hinges in service. We think this is 1900. Very rare item. 7 ½” x 7 ½” x 4” in depth. Very solid. £280 (124)
186 - £180 LNWR 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP “CHAPMAN PATENT, SIGNAL DEPT CREWE” stamped to the body. Having original stepped bullseye lens. Complete with original vessel and burner assembly and all glasses. Ex service condition. Not a common lamp. V.G.C.£450 (122)
187 - £100 RUNNING-IN-BOARD “ST MICHAELS” BR(M) FF. Located on the CLC line to Liverpool Central situated between Cressington and Brunswick. Enamel, good colour & shine. 8ft x 18”. £290 (147)
188 - £40 L&Y SIGNAL LEVER, comes with L&Y lever number attached. “29” clipped off at floor level. Restored condition & retrieved from Craddock Lane signal box (Bolton) Lancs. V.G.C.£40 (411)
189 - £100 BR (E) EMBOSSED LNER PATTERN LOCOMOTIVE HEADLAMP. In very good order, complete with vessel, burner assembly and red flip over lens, in perfect condition. Retrieved from Agecroft Loco Dept on closure. £180 (137)
190 - £130 CALEDONIAN RAILWAY SIGNAL BOX/WAITING ROOM WALL LAMP, stamped “CALEDONIAN A172” to the wall plate. Complete with glass funnel, burner and reflector. 17” tall. V.G.C. £240 (126)
191 - £100 GROUND FRAME NAMEBOARD” MANTON SOUTH”, located on the Midland Route Glendon South Jct – Wymondham Jct situated between Harringworth and Oakham. Wooden board with metal letters 38” x 6”. Ex lineside condition.
192 - £80
BR CARRIAGE BOARD “BOLTON” “HELLIFIELD”. V.G.C. 28” x 3 ¼”. £160 (229)
193 - 75 STATION WALL LANTERN (untitled). Railway company unknown to us. Complete with vessel, burner, glass funnel & reflector. 18” high. V.G.C.£120 (411)
194 - £150 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “FRIED KRUPP LOKOMOTIVFABRIK ESSEN FINR 32 32 1951”, as carried by Indonesian Rly PJKA 2-8-2 loco numbered ‘D52009’ painted to the back, also stamped ‘RG5’ to the back. Embossed cast brass. Repainted face & back. 13 ¾” x 7 ½”. V.G.C.£150 (256)
195 - £35 METROPOLITAN RAILWAY OIL CAN “MET RLY”, brass sliding filler cover engraved “BRAIMES” brass button to pump. Very straight for its age. 14” long. V.G.C.
196 - £30 6 x PIECES OF CUTLERY, 4 spoons, 2 forks, all engraved “RAILWAY HOTEL BUXTON” V.G.C.
197 - £25 EPNS COFFEE POT, engraved to the body “QUEENS HOTEL B” within a belted cartouche. 8” in height. No Damage. £25 (459)
198 - £120 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “LMS BUILT 1935 CREWE”, as carried by Stanier Jubilee 45647 ‘STURDEE’. Accompanying this plate is an LMS cylinder plate stamped “9/12/44, removed from this loco when withdrawn. ‘Sturdee’ was allocated to Crewe North, Edge Hill, Bushbury, Aston, Saltley, Farnley Jct, Holbeck, withdrawn 1967. One of the very last to go. V.G.C.£470 (281)
199 - £500 LONDON BRIGHTON & SOUTH COAST RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVE HEADLAMP. Purchased from Clapham Museum when the collection was removed. This lamp was actually displayed on the Terrier at the museum. Complete with vessel & burner. V.G.C. £640 (421)
200 - £6500 LOCOMOTIVE NAMEPLATE “MINOTAUR” as carried by Stanier Jubilee Class number 5695/45695 built Crewe. Emerging to traffic March 1936 being allocated to Newton Heath. Allocations that followed were Southport, Blackpool, Bank Hall, Farnley Jct. This loco was involved in a major incident just after midnight on the 18th January 1964. The 10.40pm Liverpool-York Mail hauled by ‘Minotaur’ collided with a preceding freight train at Broadheath, Altrincham. ‘Minotaur’ overturned on impact on to her right hand side. The damage to ‘’Minotaur’ was so extensive that she was withdrawn immediately being towed into Broadheath goods yard. There a local scrap business purchased her and cut her up on site, taking seven months to do so. This is the right hand plate showing a bruise to the top edge, a prominent reminder of the night of the 18th January 1964. No one was seriously injured in this incident, only the driver of ‘Minotaur was hospitalised with burns to face & hands, but reported as satisfactory. Lightly polished face, ex loco back. Comes with display board. £6500 (268)
201 - £60 ORIGINAL WATERCOLOUR PAINTING by Vic Welsh, depicting a conceptual 4-8-2+2-8-4 Garratt stream lined locomotive with extra water tender. This painting was commissioned by Beyer Peacock and was part of the sales department’s promotional concept for the Queensland Railway of Australia and was a possible future depiction of their 1, 043 mile “Sunshine Express”. No orders were derived from the promotion, so alas this stunning loco was never constructed. Painted in 1952, it is believed that it hung in the board room at Gorton until closure. Image 26” x 16”. Framed & glazed. £220 (196)
202 - £50 ORIGINAL WATERCOLOUR PAINTING by Eric Oldham, depicting S.R. Lord Nelson 851 ‘SIR FRANCIS DRAKE’ at the head of a Pullman train. Nicely executed. Image 16” x 9”. Mounted, framed & glazed. £50 (474)
203 - £50 ORIGINAL OIL ON BOARD PAINTING by Eric Oldham, depicting a train crossing the famous Barmouth Bridge. Image 21” x 18”. Attractively framed. £120 (476)
204 - £70 ORIGINAL OIL ON BOARD PAINTING by Eric Oldham, depicting a GWR shed scene including Hall 4930 “HAGLEY HALL”. Very well executed. Image 19” x 16”. Attractively framed. £110 (195)
205 - £40 ORIGINAL PAINTING (M) by Gordon Sydney Cooper, depicting buses at Weaste Depot, Salford. Excellent image in gouache. Framed & glazed image. 14 ½” x 10”. Super image, very well executed. £140 (266)
206 - £150 ORIGINAL OIL ON CANVAS, depicting Merchant Navy 35007 “ABERDEEN COMMONWEALTH” by Joe Townend. Image 24” x 20” unframed. V.G.C. £150 (474)
207 - £120 ORIGINAL OIL ON CANVAS, depicting Britannia Pacific 70021 “MORNING STAR” on Willesden Depot at dusk. Very well captured by Joe Townend. Attractively framed. Image 20” x 16”.
208 - £120 ORIGINAL OIL ON CANVAS, depicting a Standard Class 9F 92118 on shed. A very moody image captured by Joe Townend. Unframed 30” x 24”. £130 (263)
209 - £120 ORIGINAL OIL ON CANVAS, depicting a WD 2-8-0 “90171” on coal empties, power station and colliery in the back ground. Very well executed by Joe Townend. Unframed 24” x 20”. £220 (455)
210 - £120 ORIGINAL OIL ON CANVAS, depicting Coronation Pacific 46246 “CITY OF MANCHESTER” attacking Beattock Bank late 1950’s. Super image by Joe Townend. Unframed 30” x 24”. £130 (198)
211 - £350 ORIGINAL OIL ON CANVAS, depicting A4 Pacific 60024 “KINGFISHER” on Cockburnspath Bank circa 1960. Superbly captured by Barry Price. Attractively framed. Image size 20” x 16”. V.G.C. £540 (267)
212 - £80 ORIGINAL OIL ON BOARD, depicting A3 Pacific 4473 ‘SOLARIO’ on ‘The Scarborough Flyer’. By Les Perrin. 31” x 17”. £80 (277)
213 - £80 ORIGINAL OIL ON BOARD, depicting A3 Pacific 4475 ‘FLYING FOX’ at speed, captured by Les Perrin. 25” x 17 ½”. Attractively framed. £80 (144)
214 - £800 ORIGINAL OIL ON CANVAS, by the celebrated artist, Peter Owen Jones. Depicting a scene at Dore & Totley South Junction in the 50s with Jubilee 45561 ‘SASKATCHEWAN’ heading a Manchester express with a Derby 4 on a freight heading to the city. Super image signed by the artist. Titled “The Cutting”. Framed image 35” x 28”. £1250 (115)
215 - £80 ORIGINAL WATER COLOUR, depicting Royal Scot 6116 ‘Irish Guardsman’ entering the walled town of Conway, North Wales, by Eric Oldham. Image 12 ½” x 7 ½”. Excellent condition. £230 (134)
216 - £40 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “MAVAG BUDAPEST”, Mavag built 7578 locomotives up to 1959. We have no record of which locomotive this builder’s plate adorned. Embossed cast aluminium, 10 ½” diameter. Ex loco condition, casting marks to rear. V.G.C.£110 (256)
217 - £40 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “MABAT 4494 1954”, as carried by a Russian ER Class 0-10-0. Cast aluminium. 14” x 7 “. Totally ex loco condition. £40 (438)
218 - £80 CALEDONIAN RAILWAY OFFICE/WAITING ROOM CHAIR, with company cypher carved to the top back rail. Spindle back style in stained oak. Very nice example of this type of chair. V.G.C.£210 (241)
219 - £60 LNER SIGNAL BOX OIL LAMP, complete with glass chimney and acid etched “L.N.E.R”. 14 ½” high. V.G.C.£85 (408)
220 - £100 SHEDPLATE “55A” Holbeck 1957-1973, ex MR depot with an allocation of approx. 55 locos, having A3 Pacifics on its books during 1960-1961 period. Repainted face, clean back.£100 (174)
221 - £80 ENAMEL DOORPLATE “LADIES ROOM” BR(NE) flangeless. Medium shine, usual edge nibbles. A couple of small chips affecting the face, one on the ‘L’ and one on the ‘D. Good condition. 18” x 3 ½”. £280 (425)
222 - £70 E.P.N.S. COFFEE & TEA COMPANION, MILK OR CREAM JUG & SUGAR SHAKER. Engraved “STATION HOTEL WICK” by “RR SHEFFIELD”. Stands 8” high. In superb condition. £70 (190)
223 - WITHDRAWN
224 - £700 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “92109”, as carried by Riddles Standard Class 9F, 2-10-0 heavy freight locomotive, built at Crewe. Emerging to traffic October 1956, allocations included Toton (New), Saltley, Wellingborough, Leicester Midland, Annesley, Birkenhead Mollington St. Withdrawn in November 1967. Restored condition.
225 - £25 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER “BELFAST & COUNTY DOWN RAILWAY”, mounted on board. 21” x 20”. V.G.C.£25 (263)
226 - £25 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER “LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY & LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RLY”. Carried on the company’s horse cabs in the Preston & Blackpool area. Mounted on board, black ground. 16” x 14”£25 (411)
227 - £25 HERALDIC DEVICE “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY”, painted on original teak coach panel. Board measures 16” x 14” approx. This device was carried by the company’s coaching stock. V.G.C. £60 (450)
228 - £25 MONOGRAM “MANCHESTER SOUTH JUNCTION & ALTRINCHAM RAILWAY, mounted on board with black ground. 24” x 6”. Carried by the company’s coaching stock. V.G.C.£60 (202)
229 - £25 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER “LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY” mounted on board with black ground, 18” x 18” approx. Carried by the company’s coaching stock. V.G.C.£25 (263)
230 - £25 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER “THE TALYLLYN RAILWAY COMPANY" mounted on board. Superb condition. £50 (305)
231 - £25 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER “NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY” mounted on board with green ground. 15” x 15”. Carried by the company’s loco and coaching stock. V.G.C.£40 (238)
232 - £25 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER “LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY” mounted on board with black ground. 15” x 18”. Carried by the company’s loco and coaching stock. V.G.C.£55 (147)
233 - £25 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER “RHYMNEY RAILWAY COMPANY” mounted on board with green ground. 13” x 21”. Carried by the company’s loco and coaching stock. V.G.C.£35 (213)
234 - £25 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER “MIDLAND & GREAT NORTHERN JOINT RAILWAY” mounted on board. 12” x 14”. Carried by the company’s loco and coaching stock. Coat of arms encircled by belted title. In superb condition. £25 (198)
235 - £25 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER 'GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY', mounted on board. £45 (131)
236 - £25 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER “THE CHESHIRE LINES COMMITTEE” mounted on board with natural wood grain ground. Carried by the companies loco and coaching stock. This company’s last design for coaching stock. £95 (219)
237 - £25 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER “CALEDONIAN RAILWAY COMPANY” mounted on board, shield shaped 16” x 16”. Carried by the company’s loco and coaching stock. V.G.C.£25 (238)
238 - £25 GWR DUEL CRESTS OF THE ARMS OF LONDON(left) & THE ARMS OF BRISTOL, forming the insignia of the Great Western Railway. Framed & glazed. 17” x 21”. Carried by loco and coaching stock last design.£70 (131)
239 - £25 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER “ISLE OF MAN RAILWAY COMPANY” mounted on board with green ground. 14” x 16”. Carried by the company’s loco and coaching stock. V.G.C.£25 (243)
240 - £25 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER “SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY” mounted on board with maroon ground. 12” x 15”. Carried by the company’s coaching stock. V.G.C.£25 (411)
241 - £25 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER “CARDIFF RAILWAY COMPANY” mounted on board with brown ground. 13” x 13”. Carried by the company’s coaching stock. V.G.C.£25 (411)
242 - £25 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER “METROPOLITAN RAILWAY” mounted on board with brown ground. 20” x 18”. Carried by the company’s coaching stock. V.G.C.£25 (411)
243 - £25 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER “NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE RAILWAY COMPANY” mounted on a one inch thick board cut to fit exactly the outline of the arms with a knurled edge. 10 ½” x 15”. Carried by the company’s locos and coaching stock. V.G.C.£45 (206)
244 - £25 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER “PULLMAN” mounted on board, framed & glazed. Used on this company’s super deluxe vehicles . Device 14 ½” high, frame 24” x 24”. V.G.C. £60 (241)
245 - £25 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER “FURNESS RAILWAY COMPANY CAVENDO TUTUS” mounted on board. V.G.C.£25 (411)
246 - £25 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER “DUNDALK NEWRY & GREENORE RAILWAY COMPANY 1973” mounted on board. V.G.C. 24” x 24”. £25 (411)
247 - £25 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER “GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY BOARD” mounted on board. Framed. V.G.C. 23” x 23”. £105 (257)
248 - £25 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER “GREAT SOUTHERN RAILWAYS”, mounted on board. 15” x 16”. £70 (257)
249 - £25 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER “SOUTH CLARE RAILWAY” mounted on a shield shape board. 16” x 18”. V.G.C.£25 (140)
250 - £150 LOCOMOTIVE NAMEPLATE “SIR HENRY COLVILLE”, as carried by East African Railways Metre Gauge Class 60 Governor Class 4-8-2+2-8-4 Garratt locomotive No. 6025. Built by Beyer Peacock 1954, withdrawn 1973. The nameplates on this loco were unique, so much as they are of a different pattern to the others in the class, due to them having to be changed on arrival from England as Coleville was spelt wrongly. Cast brass 59 ¾” x 6 ½”. Ex loco condition. £520 (413)
251 - £40 SOUTHERN RAILWAY (LSWR pattern) untitled cast iron sign “WARNING STOP LOOK & LISTEN BEFORE CROSSING THE LINE”. Repainted face with ex line side back. 32” x 16”. V.G.C£80 (160)
252 - £600 14” NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE RAILWAY FUSEE WALL CLOCK, by Thomas Armstrong & Brother. Face written “THOMAS ARMSTRONG & BROTHER MANCHESTER N S RY CO”. V.G.C.£680 (413)
253 - £40 “SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY” cast iron sign, referring to (Southern Railway Act 1924 Private Road). In ex lineside condition. 25” x 18”. £80 (147)
254 - £70 MIDLAND RAILWAY NON PEGGING BLOCK INSTRUMENT. V.G.C.£80 (456)
255 - £80 LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY DOORPLATE (cast iron) “GENERAL WAITING ROOM” Repainted 20 3/8” x 4 ½”. £140 (260)
256 - £70 NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY SIGNAL POST FINIAL. This design of finial got used by other companies as well as the NBR. 28” high£70 (262)
257 - £60 NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY CARRIAGE ROOF POT LAMP “NER”, brass lozenge affixed to body and detachable globe holder. Brass location label affixed to chimney “WEST HARTLEPOOL NO.1 NER”. Burner absent & crack to glass globe. 18” high. £70 (411)
258 - £90 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “ZAKLADY PRZEM METALOWEGO IM.J.STALINA PRZEDSIED, PANSTW, WYDDREBN, POZNAN – POLSKA nr FABR 1729 ZBUDDWANO W 1951”, as carried by Polish ER Class 787-45. Embossed cast aluminium. 15 ½” x 8”. Devoid of paint. Totally original. £130 (203)
259 - £30 CERAMIC ONE CUP TEAPOT, “LONDON & NW RY CO REFRESHMENT ROOMS, RUGBY” complete with cover. By Copeland & Sons. Stoke on Trent. V.G.C.£90 (201)
260 - £150 SECTION OF CALEDONIAN RAILWAY BALUSTRADE. This is one of the sections rescued by Sir William McAlpine from the Caledonian Railway’s Princes Street Station in Edinburgh, closed in 1965. This will look superb painted in the correct manner with gold paint etc. 59” x 35”. £520 (478)
261 - £60 CALEDONIAN RAILWAY SIGNAL FINIAL (cast iron), Stevens pattern. Original condition. 28” tall. £70 (462)
262 - £40 “L&NE RAILWAY TRESPASSERS WILL BE PROSECUTED” CAST IRON SIGN, ex lineside condition. 21” x 13”. £90 (307)
263 - £40 GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT INSTRUMENT MEASURING DEVICE, engraved “GWR” “1910”. Beautifully made, fitted into an equally beautifully made mahogany box. 16 ½” in length. V.G.C.
264 - £100 LMS LOCOMOTIVE DRIVER’S SEAT, manufactured in elm with steel fixing assembly which enabled it to fold away to the cabside. Class of loco from which this came is unknown. V.G.C. 14” x 16”. £180 (178)
265 - £100 SOUTH EASTERN & CHATHAM RAILWAY 4 ASPECT HANDLAMP, brass plated “SE &CR G7512” to the reducing cone and a brass lozenge embossed “A”. Body stamped “SE&CR”. Complete with an “SAR” stamped vessel, “SR” marked burner. Green glass absent. Repainted. V.G.C. £140 (451)
266 - £80 ENAMEL ADVERTISING SIGN “1ST SUNDAY PICTORIAL”. In its original frame, needs a little tlc to top right hand corner. This sign was obviously never hung as it still has its GWR delivery ticket affixed “GWR COMMERCIAL ADVERTISING DEPT” “PADDINGTON BY FIRST TRAIN”. NOTE: This really is an advertising enamel meant to be hung on a railway station. 44” x 16”. £140 (411)
267 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “BEN SLIOCH AND LOCH MAREE WESTER ROSS”, from a watercolour by Macleod, from the BR Scottish Region Series. Original frame & glazed. V.G.C.£100 (299)
268 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “LOCH KATRINE AND BEN VENUE PERTHSHIRE”, from a watercolour by Jack Merriott, from the BR Scottish Region Series. Original frame & glazed. V.G.C.£70 (306)
269 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “THE THREE SISTERS PASS OF GLENCOE ARGYLL”, from a watercolour by Sherwin, from the BR Scottish Region Series. Original frame & glazed. V.G.C.£110 (261)
270 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “FORTH BRIDGE SCOTLAND”, from a watercolour by Kenneth Steel from the LNER Post War Series. Original type frame, glazed. V.G.C.£100 (299)
271 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “LEIGH-ON-SEA ESSEX”, from a watercolour by King in the LNER Post War Series. Original frame & glazed.£70 (306)
272 - £80 LOCOMOTIVE BUNKER NUMBERPLATE “6025” as carried by East African Railway Class 60 Governor Class Garratt. Cast brass. Totally ex loco. 19 7/8” x 6 ½”. See Lot. 250 for loco details. £260 (118)
273 - £40 “LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY” cast iron sign “BEWARE OF THE TRAINS LOOK BOTH UP AND DOWN THE LINE BEFORE YOU CROSS”. Repainted face. Post mark evident. 28 ½” x 15”. £85 (187)
274 - £40 ROAD SIGN “HAMPSHIRE EAST WELLOW”, cast aluminium. Double sided, complete with socket for fixing a top of post. V.G.C. 15” diameter. £100 (467)
275 - £120 GREAT CENTRAL RAILWAY PEGGING BLOCK INSTRUMENT, complete with a back box. Stamped “GC RY” to the roof, has traffolite label to the front “UP LINE”. V.G.C.£120 (270)
276 - £30 LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS & FIREMEN CERTIFICATE, in its original frame & glazed. Very ornate. 26” x 38”.
277 - £40 CAST IRON TRESPASS SIGN “SOUTHERN RAILWAY TRESPASSERS WILL BE PROSECUTED”. Repainted face, ex lineside back with post mark. 25” x 16”, £140 (441)
278 - £100 CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAY “E51 1E”, as carried by Metropolitan Vickers designed Bo-Bo electric locomotives. Built 1923-1924 by Swiss Locomotive and Machine Works (S.L.M.). Withdrawn circa 1990s. Embossed cast brass. Ex loco condition, casting marks in the back “527868 S.A.R”. 20 ¾” x 14 ½”. £140 (219)
279 - £120 LMS LOCOMOTIVE REGULATOR HANDLE, as fitted to Stanier Class 5 loco number ‘45439’. Totally ex service condition. Stamped “5439”. 33” long. £150 (241)
280 - £60 LOCOMOTIVE COMPLETE WATER GAUGE ASSEMBLY, as fitted to Thompson B1 Class locos. Superbly restored and mounted on display board. Approx 17” long. £200 (408)
281 - £80 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “LMS BUILT 1927 CREWE”. Locomotives built this year were 64 Hughes Moguls (Crabs), 13 Fowler Class 4. Embossed cast brass. Plate has been removed by cutter’s torch. Clean ex loco condition. £160 (245)
282 - £80 SHEDPLATE “26A” Newton Heath 1948-1963, ex L&Y depot with an allocation of 170 locos at its height. Repainted face, ex loco back with D3592 painted on the back. V.G.C. £120 (188)
283 - £80 SHEDPLATE “26E” Bacup 1948-1954, ex L&Y depot with an allocation of approx. 12 locos between 1955-1963, Lees (Oldham) allocation of approx. 22 locos. Repainted face, clean back.£210 (130)
284 - £40 SOUTHERN RAILWAY PAINTED NOTICE BOARD “WHEN CLOSED PLEASE ENQUIRE AT TICKET OFFICE”. Painted wooden board. 14” x 18”. V.G.C.£50 (411)
285 - £40 “GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY NOTICE ALL PERSONS ARE WARNED NOT TRESPASS” cast iron sign, with ten further lines of text. Repainted face & back. 30” x 21”. V.G.C.£110 (224)
286 - £40 “LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY PUBLIC NOTICE” TRESPASS SIGN (cast iron) with seven further lines of text. Ex lineside condition. £100 (160)
287 - £40 CAST IRON SIGN “GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY CAUTION TO DRIVERS AND OWNERS OF LOCOMOTIVES” Ref: to bridge restrictions with ten further lines of text. Ex lineside condition. £120 (161)
288 - £40 BR(W) WOODEN STATION TRAIN INDICATOR FINGER BOARD “BIRMINGHAM BURTON DERBY SHEFFIELD”. Double sided with directional arrow. Complete with metal fixing bracket. V.G.C. 40” x 9”. £220 (135)
289 - £40 “LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY” cast iron sign. “L&SWR BEWARE OF THE TRAINS” Ex lineside condition with postmark to rear. 26” x 16 ½”. £70 (189)
290 - £75 LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, brass-plated “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY WELWYN GARDEN CITY”, complete with BR (E) vessel, burner & reflector, all glasses present. V.G.C.£140 (102)
291 - £150 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “NORTH BRITISH LOCOMOTIVE COMPANY LTD GLASGOW 1954 NO. 27370”, as carried by South African Railways Condensing Class 25 4-8-4, 3’6” gauge. A very impressive loco designed by Henschel. Repainted face, ex loco back. 13 5/8” x 5 ½”. V.G.C£170 (219)
292 - £60 SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY 4 ASPECT HANDLAMP, “SER” stamped to the body. Complete with all glasses and correct vessel & burner assemble. Ex service condition. £100 (102)
293 - £150 LOCOMOTIVE CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “515 14A”, as carried by Beyer Garratt locomotive 2-6-2 + 2-6-2, 3ft 6” gauge. Built for the Rhodesian Railways. Repainted face, ex loco back. 19” x 13” embossed cast brass. £150 (118)
294 - £40 “LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY NOTICE” cast iron sign, relating to crossing the gate etc, 7 further lines of text. Partly repainted, ex lineside back. 23” x 21 ½”. V.G.C.£80 (406)
295 - £30 WAGON LABEL (tin plate) “GREAT CENTRAL RAILWAY EMPTY TO MICKLETON MAIN COLLIERY”. Has scratches and is slightly buckled. 5 5/8” x 3 ½”. £40 (283)
296 - £30 SMALL ENAMEL SIGN “THE RAILWAY EXECUTIVE WARNING IS HEREBY GIVEN TO PERSONS NOT TO TRESPASS UPON THE RAILWAY, PENALTY NOT EXCEEDING 40/-“. Good colour & shine, chips to fixing holes & edge nibbles. 5” x 4”. £30 (270)
297 - £100 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “HANOMAG NR 10533 1927 HANNOVER”, as carried by 3ft 6” gauge G.F. Garratt 2391. Lightly polished face, ex loco back. 13 ¾” x 9 ¾”. £330 (203)
298 - £40 POCKET WATCH by ‘Limit’, engraved on the back cover “BR(M) 19626”. Working order. V.G.C.£40 (407)
299 - £400 GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY 16” FUSEE ROUNDHEAD WALL CLOCK, face written “GER” mahogany case, back plate engraved “GER”. Original key and lock to bottom door. Internal green baize lining to door and case. Complete with pendulum, key absent. £400 (287)
300 - £6000 LOCOMOTIVE NAMEPLATE “SANDWICH”, as carried by Stanier Jubilee No. 45641, built Crewe Works. Emerging to traffic in December 1934, allocations included Bristol Barrow Road, Kentish Town, Nottingham, Burton. Withdrawn September 1964. Repainted ground, lightly polished. Ex loco back, having one pop punch mark denoting left hand side. V.G.C.£6000 (295)
301 - £40 GWR ENAMEL SIGN “PREVENTION OF CONSUMPTION YOU ARE EARNESTLY REQUESTED TO ABSTAIN FROM THE DANGEROUS HABIT OF SPITTING”. A rare sign, has damage & loss of metal & enamel. No restoration. 6 7/8” x 4 5/8”. £60 (411)
302 - £100 LOCOMOTIVE WORKS NUMBERPLATE “3840” as carried by Gresley Class 02 2-8-0 heavy freight loco. Emerging to traffic in September 1942. Allocations included Doncaster, Colwick, Langwith, Annesley, Mexborough, finally Retford in 1951. Withdrawn in 1960. Unusual, as this plate shows loco running number only, perhaps a wartime reason! Loco number chalked on the back. Cast iron, plate rusty face & back. £500 (268)
303 - £30 LMS ENAMEL SIGN “LONDON, MIDLAND & SCOTTISH RAILWAY PRIVATE ROAD AND OR FOOTPATH”. Loss of enamel in parts, loss of shine. Not common. 16 ½” x 9 ½”. £200 (107)
304 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “LONDON WATERLOO BRIDGE” from a watercolour by Steel in the LNER Post War Series. Original type frame & glazed. £60 (306)
305 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “HATFIELD HERTFORDSHIRE”, from a watercolour by Wright in the LNER Post War Series. Original frame & glazed.£40 (444)
306 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “LARGE BLOOMER 607 LEAVING SHUGBOROUGH TUNNEL 1865”, from a watercolour by Hamilton Ellis, Travel In Series. Framed & glazed. V.G.C.£40 (152)
307 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “NEFYN CAERNARFONSHIRE” from a watercolour by Silas in the LMS Region (A) Series. Original type frame & glazed. £100 (466)
308 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “KNUTSFORD CHESHIRE” from a watercolour by Knight in the London Midland Region (B) Series. Original type frame & glazed. £70 (444)
309 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “TOWNEND NEAR AMBLESIDE WESTMOORLAND, from a watercolour by Maddox, in the London Midland Region (C) Series. Original type frame & glazed. £70 (306)
310 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “MV SWAN BRITISH RAILWAYS LAKE WINDERMERE SERVICE”, from a watercolour by Buckle in the London Midland (D) Series. Original type frame & glazed£90 (105)
311 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “BLACKLEY NORTHAMPTONSHIRE” from a watercolour by Knight in the London Midland Region (A) Series. Original type frame & glazed. V.G.C.£60 (444)
312 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “ECCLESTON FERRY CHESHIRE”, from a watercolour by Knight, in the London Midland Region B Series. Original framed & glazed. V.G.C.£40 (444)
313 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “RICHMOND YORKSHIRE”, from a water colour by Merriott in the LNER Post War Series. Original frame & glazed. £40 (444)
314 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “TRAVEL IN 1885 FURNESS RAILWAY STEAMER GONDOLA ON LAKE CONISTON”, from a watercolour by Ellis in the LMR Travel in Series. Framed & glazed. V.G.C.£110 (278)
315 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “TRAVEL IN 1910 CONISTON STEAM MOTOR TRAIN FURNESS RAILWAY” from a watercolour by Ellis in the LMR Travel In Series. In original frame & glazed. V.G.C£75 (278)
316 - £150 SHEDPLATE “65B” ST ROLLOX 1948-1966, ex Caledonian Railway Depot with an allocation of approx. 80 locos including all four named Black Fives. Repainted face, clean back. V.G.C.£220 (217)
317 - £300 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION DESIGNED & MANUFACTURED WITH ALSTOM ASSEMBLED AT VALENCIA SPAIN”, as carried by Class 67 number 67025 named “WESTERN STAR”. Emerging to traffic May 2000. Ex loco condition. Polished steel. 12” x 4”. V.G.C.£300 (172)
318 - £250 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “BRITISH RAILWAYS DERBY BUILT 1966 POWER EQUIPMENT BY ASSOCIATED ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIES LTD AND SULZER”, as carried by a Class 25. Cast aluminium. Ex loco condition. 13” x 6 ½”. £300 (158)
319 - £100 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “BUILT 1944 SR” (“LNER”) ground off, as carried by Stanier Class 8F 2-8-0 heavy freight loco. Built at Doncaster for the Southern Railway during WW2. Cast brass, repainted face. Number series 48705-48729. Repainted face, clean back. £100 (243)
320 - £500 TOTEM “SANKEY” BR(M) FF. Opened in 1874 by the CLC. Located on the CLC route from Manchester to Liverpool, situated between Warrington and Farnworth. Good colour & shine, few tiny chips & blemishes which is quite normal. Face drilled for wall mounting. V.G.C.£500 (454)
321 - £80 SHEDPLATE “41A” Darnall 1955-1964, ex GCR Sheffield depot with an allocation of over 100 locos, including 10 D11 directors in its day. Repainted face, clean back.
322 - £50 FRENCH LOCOMOTIVE HEADLAMP, brass plate affixed to the body “FFS 380 49”. Complete and in good condition. 18” high. £170 (264)
323 - £200 MIDLAND RAILWAY CO. LOCOMOTIVE WHISTLE(brass). Unpolished, complete with spike finial. Stands 18” high. V.G.C. £320 (254)
324 - £60 LNER LOCO 2 ASPECT HANDLAMP. Complete with all fittings, free running drum. V.G.C.£60 (422)
325 - £100 BR (NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY) TAIL LAMP, stamped “BR NE S X 221 C” to the chimney. North Eastern in origin, complete with vessel & burner. Brass thumb-screw catch, 17” high, Ex service condition. £100 (119)
326 - £80 SOUTHERN RAILWAY WOODEN STATION INDICATOR FINGER BOARD “WIMBLEDON CHASE, ST HELIER, SUTTON , CARSHALTON BEECHES, WALLINGTON”. Double sided. V.G.C. 48” x 6”. £80 (206)
327 - £350 NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY MAHOGANY CASED 18” DIAL WALL CLOCK, face written “NER 7938 GRAND HOTEL”. Rear access door to chain driven fusee movement. Ian Lyman’s clock book shows the location as The Grand Hotel, West Hartlepool Refreshment Room on the platform. Complete with pendulum and key. V.G.C.£300 (296)
328 - £80 LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY POCKET WATCH, by ‘RECORD’ engraved on the back cover “LNER 1367”. Fully working order. V.G.C.£170 (422)
329 - £400 GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY 12” ROUND HEAD FUSEE WALL CLOCK, face written “W POTTS & SONS GNR 1897 LEEDS”. Complete with pendulum and key. Excellent condition. £500 (238)
330 - £150 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “SIR W G ARMSTRONG WHITWORTH & CO (ENGINEERS) LTD NO 1248 1955 SCOTSWOOD WORKS NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE. As carried by Stanier Class 5 number 45207. Good condition.
331 - £100 O GAUGE MODEL L&YR 0-4-0 SADDLE TANK, known as Pugs, displayed in neat case and wired up so the motion runs while static display. Excellent detail. £160 (301)
332 - £80
WOODEN CASED SIGNAL BOX TELEPHONE, with hand crank and writing slope, top of the case stamped “D.V.L. RLY”. (Derwent Valley Line Railway) 14” x 8”. £80 (422)
333 - £100 SOUTHERN RAILWAY CARRIAGE BOARD “OCEAN LINER EXPRESS – WATERLOO SOUTHAMPTON DOCKS”. In ex service condition. 11ft x 5” £100 (129)
334 - £100 CARRIAGE BOARD “KINGS CROSS-EDINBURGH” in as used condition. 11ft x 5”.£100 (704)
335 - £120 CARRIAGE BOARD BR(M) “THE MANXMAN” in two sections with metal flanges to fasten together. Totally original, ex service condition. 67” x 5” & 63” x 5”. £150 (135)
336 - £35 TRACTION ENGINE OR MOTOR LORRY LAMP, complete with original vessel & burner, reflector absent. Socket to rear. Manufactured by and plated “GRIFFITH BIRMINGHAM”. Stands 11” high. Restored condition.
337 - £100 POLISH CABSIDE SET, Class Plate “TY 2”, numberplate “336”, edge plate “PKP”. Cast iron class & numberplate, eagle is cast aluminium. All repainted. Class plate 10” x 6”, numberplate 10 ½” x 6 ½”, eagle 7 ½” x 10”. £100 (162)
338 - £70 LNER 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, saucer top style. Brass plated “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY”, stamped “LINCOLN YARD”, body stamped “LNER”, plated “KEROSENE” to reducing cone. Complete with all glasses, unmarked vessel, burner & reflector. Devoid of paint. V.G.C.
339 - £35 CERAMIC MUG, transfer printed “RAILWAY COCOA ROOMS, ROCHDALE, R.PASS”. 4” diameter, 4” high. Perfect condition with only slight grazing to glaze.£60 (227)
340 - £120
GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY POCKET WATCH, face written “G.W.R.LANCASHIRE WATCH CO LTD PRESCOT”. Engraved to back cover “GWR 1978”. Hair line crack to enamel face. In full working order. V.G.C.£445 (284)
341 - £80 GOLD PLATED PRESENTATION POCKET WATCH by Vertex. Engraved to the inside of the back cover “BR LONDON MIDLAND REGION A C BRINDLEY IN APPRECIATION OF 45 YEARS SERVICE”. Working order. V.G.C.£80 (192)
342 - £80 GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY WOODEN SIGN WITH METAL LETTERS, “WAY OUT”, in ex service condition, some loss to right hand bead. 35” x 12”.£80 (411)
343 - £150 LNWR WOODEN SIGN WITH METAL LETTERS “NOTICE TO CARTERS – CARTERS ARE STRICTLY FORBIDDEN TO DRIVE VEHICLES ON THE STATION THEY MUST IN ALL CASES LEAD THEIR HORSES AND BEFORE LINES ARE CROSSED A SHARP LOOKOUT MUST BE KEPT TO SEE THAT WAGONS ARE NOT BEING MOVED BY ORDER”. This sign was removed from Manchester London Road Station, a pure window on the past. 31” x 24” in ex service condition. V.G.C.£380 (251)
344 - £30 CAST IRON GATE NOTICE “SHUT THIS GATE”, in the style of the Manchester, Sheffield & Lincolnshire Railway. Repainted. 19” x 3 ½”. V.G.C.£75 (308)
345 - £190 NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, body stamped “THORNTON COLLIERY SIDINGS”. Complete with all glasses, unmarked vessel, burner & reflector. Restored condition. V.G.C. £190 (412)
346 - £80 ENAMEL DOORPLATE “STAFF ONLY” BR(M) FF, retrieved from Abergele & Pensarn Station Very good colour & shine, a couple of edge nibbles. 18” x 3 ½”. Superb condition. £180 (425)
347 - £100 GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY CAST IRON SIGN “THIS WATER IS NOT FIT FOR DRAINING G.N.R.” Ex service condition. 9” x 5 1/8”. £240 (472)
348 - £50 CHESHIRE LINES CEE NOTICE ANY PERSON OMITTING TO SHUT AND FASTEN THIS GATE IS LIABLE TO A PENALTY OF FORTY SHILLINGS”. CAST IRON SIGN. Totally ex lineside condition. 20 ½” x 14”. £140 (121)
349 - £40 GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY FIRE HEARTH FENDER (cast iron) with “GNR” in script cast into the top edge. Repainted. V.G.C. 30” wide with a 12” run back. V.G.C.£60 (411)
350 - £1000 LOCOMOTIVE NAMEPLATE “UNITED TRANSPORT EUROPE” as carried by Brush Class 47, originally Brush Type 4, numbered D1868 later 47218, named July 1990, withdrawn March 1999. Cut up in February 2002 at Kingsbury. Totally ex loco condition. 91” x 10”. V.G.C.
351 - £400 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE ‘90533’, as carried by Riddles designed Austerity Loco for the War Department, built by Vulcan Foundry. Emerging to traffic in June 1943, allocations included Newton Heath, Agecroft, Gorton, Aintree, Retford, Trumpton, Colwick, withdrawn in 1966. In ex loco condition. £400 (125)
352 - £40 LARGE ENGLISH ELECTRIC ENGINE PLATE, manufactured in electro plated bronze. Stamped “P1104” on the back. 34” x 5”. £40 (189)
353 - £40 CAST IRON SIGN “LONDON NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY BEWARE OF THE TRAINS” with casting mark “021”. 22” x 12”. Restored condition. £65 (176)
354 - £100 SHEDPLATE “16E” Kirkby-in-Ashfield 1963-1970. An ex MR depot with an allocation of approx. 50 locos. Restored condition.
355 - £70 SMALL COPPER WATER/OIL CAN, stamped to the cover “LNER”. Hinged cover with back handle as well as a top carrying loop. Perhaps an apprentice’s piece. Super little item. 8” high. £90 (109)
356 - £70 NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY 2 ASPECT INSPECTOR’S HANDLAMP, brass label “NER” affixed to the body. Correct stamped vessel, burner & reflector. Back handle reduced to a hook. V.G.C.£70 (430)
357 - £30 MAKERS PLATE “THOMAS SMITH & SONS” (RODLEY) LTD ORDER NO. 27850 RODLEY LEEDS”. Probably off a steam crane. Embossed brass. 8 ½” x 3”. Ex-service condition.
358 - £100 BILINGUAL SOUTH AFRICAN ALUMINIUM LOCOMOTIVE CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “SUID-AFRIKAANSE SPOORWEE SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAYS 35.424 35”, as carried by a Class 25 diesel, built by GM-EMD 1974. V.G.C.£140 (406)
359 - £500 LONDON, BRIGHTON & SOUTH COAST RAILWAY 4 ASPECT HANDLAMP, complete with original stamped vessel, burner stamped “SR”. Large brass plate affixed to the body embossed “LONDON BRIGHTON AND SOUTH COAST RAILWAY COMPANY”, reducing cone stamped “LB&SCR” also brass button overlaid “B”, “LB&SCR” also stamped to the body. Top handle stamped “B1476 PU” denoting Purley. Restored condition.
360 - £40 MACBRAYNE SALMON SERVERS, silver-plated. Knife slice 12” long, fork 9” long. Superb lot.
361 - £30 L.N.E.R. EPNS SUGAR SIFTER, in a light-house form. Very good ex service condition. £30 (459)
362 - £20 L.N.E.R CERAMIC BOWL with “LNER” transfer printed twice to the body. Excellent condition. Potted by Minton. 9 ½” diameter.£50 (220)
363 - £300 GWR LOCOMOTIVE CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE (cast brass) ‘8493’, as carried by Hawksworth 94XX Class 0-6-0 Pannier Tank built by Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn Ltd. Emerging to traffic September 1952, allocated to Ebbw Junction, Aberbeeg, Ponypool Rd, back to Abergeeg, withdrawn in November 1964. Lightly polished, repainted face. V.G.C.£380 (258)
364 - £40 STAINLESS STEEL POCKET WATCH BR(M) by ‘Montine of Switzerland’. “BR(M) 750” engraved to the back cover. V.G.C.£80 (422)
365 - £80 LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY OFFICE CARPET. In very good condition for its age, no moths, some wear in line with age. V.G.C. 74” x 30”. £770 (239)
366 - £160 LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP “BURY GOODS” “LYR 14295” stamped to the body, brass trigger stamped “LYR”. Complete with all glasses, original vessel stamped “LYR”, burner & reflector. Repainted. V.G.C.£360 (255)
367 - £30 “BRITISH RAILWAYS SOUTHERN REGION CERTIFICATE FOR PUNCUTALITY, A TIMEKEEPING RECORD, AWARDED TO C.P. HOPKINS ESQ 1952”. Framed & glazed. Approx. 16” x 18”. £30 (463)
368 - £30 “NATIONAL UNION OF RAILWAYMEN CERTIFICATE AWARDED TO BRO. A. DUDLEY 1913”. Very ornate, depicts image of a terminal station scene plus vignettes. Framed & glazed in original frame. Size approx. 25” x 32”. £30 (411)
369 - £30 “AMALAMATED SOCIETY OF RAILWAY SERVANTS” CERTIFICATE OF MEMBERSHIP JOSEPH PEEK 1889. Very ornate in original frame. Very good condition. Approx. 24” x 28”. £40 (473)
370 - £30 “LONDON BRIGHTON & SOUTH COAST RAILWAY CO. CERTIFICATE”, presented to George Geary upon 30 years of service. Very ornate in its original frame, glazed approx. 1912. V.G.C. 22” x 28” approx.£100 (312)
371 - £30 NATIONAL UNION OF RAILWAYMEN CERTIFICATE AWARDED TO BRO. C. MATTHEWS”, depicts image of Kings Cross & other vignettes. In its original frame, glazed. 18” x 24” approx.. £80 (269)
372 - £30 “ASSOCIATED SOCIETY OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS AND FIREMEN” CERTIFICATE, awarded to Ivan P Dalling on his membership in 1937. Very attractive. Framed & glazed. 17” x 20” approx.. £30 (473)
373 - £30 “ASSOCIATED SOCIETY OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS AND FIREMEN” CERTIFICATE, awarded to A. Morley we think in 1925. Very ornate, depicting vignettes of locos etc. Original frame, glazed. 18” x 25” approx.. £50 (305)
374 - £30 “GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY PENSION SUPPLEMENT FUND” CERTIFICATE, presented to Ernest Marner, Edwardian in era. Very ornate, original frame, glazed. 22” x 28” approx. £50 (305)
375 - £30 CERTIFICATE “ASSOCIATED SOCIETY OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS AND FIREMEN”. In its original mahogany frame, glazed. 26” x 33” overall. £55 (280)
376 - £40 GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY GATE NOTICE (untitled) “NOTICE BY 8 VIC CAP 20.S.75. Repainted. 30 5/8” x 9 5/8”. Cast-iron..£40 (207)
377 - £110 BR STANDARD LOCOMOTIVE WHISTLE, in ex loco condition.£130 (125)
378 - £20
“WARDS COMMERCIAL ASSISTANT AND GUIDE RAILWAY TIMETABLE AND GENERAL ADVERTISER OCTOBER 1850 DEWSBURY”. Very frail, but what a survivor!. 4” x 6”. £20 (474)
379 - £70 SIGNAL BOX BOARD “BRIDGEWOOD SIDINGS”. Located on the North Staffordshire Line between Stone and Longton. In need of some restoration, but well worth the effort. Approx. 7ft long. £140 (205)
380 - £80 FURNESS RAILWAY SIGNAL LEVER STOP, stamped “FRC” heavy cast brass 3 ½ x 3 ¾”. £90 (262)
381 - £60 PAPER SIGN “LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY THE LADIES LAVATORY IS ON THE YORKSHIRE DEPARTURE PLATFORM”. Framed & glazed in original type frame. 25” x 18”. V.G.C.£90 (147)
382 - £250 TOTEM “SOUTH KENTON” BR(M) FF (large variety). Located in north London, situated between Wembley & Kenton. These large size totems are not common. Good colour & shine. Has repair to top left hand edge. Usual edge nibbles. Good condition. 48” x 13”.£700 (236)
383 - £60 LONDON TRANSPORT ENAMEL “BUS STOP REQUEST”. Flag, double sided. Encased in heavy bonze frame with fixing bolts. Good colour & shine. Service chips and a little loss of enamel, otherwise good condition. 18” x 16” excluding bolts.£75 (411)
384 - £30 ENAMEL SIGN “BIRMINGHAM CITY TRANSPORT ROLLER SHUTTER GATES”, appertaining to safe operation of shed gates with 21 further lines of text. Some service wear, loss of enamel in places. 12” x 17”. £30 (411)
385 - £30 MIDLAND RAILWAY GENERAL PURPOSE HANDLAMP, brass plated “MIDLAND RAILWAY” to the chimney and the vessel, back stamped “MR CO 274”, brass opening catch stamped “MR”. Folding back handles (free). Good condition.£45 (263)
386 - £60 CAST IRON SIGN “L&NER NOTICE, MECHANICALLY DRIVEN VEHICLES MUST NOT PASS OVER THIS WEIGHBRIDGE OR ANY PART THERE OF-OTHER VEHICLES MUST NOT BE DRIVEN OVER ANY PART OF THIS WEIGHBRIDGE EXCEPT IN THE PROPER DIRECTION FOR WEIGHING BY ORDER”. Ex lineside condition. 21 “ x 13 ½”. £150 (161)
387 - £100 SHEDPLATE ‘55F’ Bradford Manningham 1957-1967, ex MR depot with an allocation of 25 locos. Restored condition. £100 (210)
388 - £120 LNER/GCR PATTERN PEGGING BLOCK INSTRUMENT, in very good, ex service condition. £120 (411)
389 - £40 AN ORIGINAL GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY TIMETABLE, dated 1st March 1856. Kings Cross had opened four years earlier, found whilst decorating a shop “HOOKES OF YORK LTD”, Coppergate, York by Mr C J Fox, son of the proprietor. A very exciting discovery was how Mr R J Hunter, administrator of the Railway Museum described it. 18” x 23” printed on card. A very rare or totally unique item. Framed & glazed, needs doing properly. £40 (315)
390 - £50 GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY LOCO GAUGE GLASS LAMP, unmarked complete with vessel & burner. Ex service condition.
391 - £70 L.M.S 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, stamped “D70130” has brass makers plate dated 1944, body embossed ‘LMS’. Complete with all slatted glasses, original stamped vessel & burner assembly. Restored condition. Nice free running lamp.
392 - £250 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “ROBERT STEPHENSON & HAWTHORNS LTD 6960 NEWCASTLE WORKS 1938”, as carried by 0-4-0 Saddle Tank named “GWEN”. Supplied to Shilbottle Colliery Northumberland, scrapped in 1964. Embossed cast brass, repainted face, ex loco back. V.G.C.
393 - £100
6FT STEEL RULE OR STRAIGHT EDGE, fitted into is own wooden protective carrying case. The case is stamped LNER WHESSOE LANE, DARLINGTON. A superb quality item.
394 - £200 IRISH LAMP TABLET “MAGUIRESBRIDGE”, opened in 1859 by the Dundalk & Enniskillen Rly, located between Lisnaskea and Lisbellaw, also the terminus of the Clogher Valley Railway. Embossed cast iron. 21 ½” x 4 ½”. V.G.C. £1150 (140)
395 - £350 LNER 12” ROUND HEAD FUSEE WALL CLOCK, face written “LNER 15035” with 24 hour chapter in red. Complete with pendulum and key. V.G.C.£350 (462)
396 - £2500 GWR LOCOMOTIVE CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “5025” as carried by Collett Castle Class named “CHIRK CASTLE” built at Swindon Works. Emerging to traffic in April 1934 going direct to Old Oak Common, other allocations included Exeter, Taunton, Bristol Bath Rd, Weston-Super-Mare, Westbury Swindon, Oxford, Hereford. Withdrawn in November 1963. Named after the medieval castle located in Chirk, North Wales. Repainted face, ex loco back. In superb condition. £3500 (108)
397 - £150 LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, body stamped “PERMANENT WAY DEPT MOSSES GATE” also “LYR” “PW10222”. Complete with “LYR” stamped brass release slide, all glasses, unmarked vessel, burner & reflector. Ex service condition. V.G.C.£250 (263)
398 - £20 PRE-GROUPING GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY EPNS CAKE FORK, with belted GWR cypher engraved to handle. “DINING CARS” engraved within the belt. By Elkington. 8” long. V.G.C£20 (186)
399 - £40 “LONDON AND NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY CAUTION” “1888” CAST IRON SIGN.
Ref: Trespass with 13 further lines of text. Ex lineside condition, postmark to back. 26” x 19”.
£150 (461)
400 - £6000 LOCOMOTIVE NAMEPLATE “KENYA”, as carried by Stanier Jubilee No. 45613, built Crewe Works. Emerging to traffic in August 1934, allocations include Edge Hill, Carlisle Upperby, Longsight, Crewe North, Chester West, Crewe South, Carnforth, Kingmoor, withdrawn in September 1964. Repainted ground, lightly polished. Ex loco back, having one pop punch mark denoting left hand side. V.G.C.
401 - £20 ABC COMBINED VOLUME “Winter 1960-1961’ by Ian Allan. Totally unmarked. Good condition. £50 (282)
402 - £20 ABC COMBINED VOLUME ‘Winter 1962-1963’ by Ian Allan. Totally unmarked. Good condition.
403 - £40 ABC COMBINED VOLUME ‘1948’ by Ian Allan. Although marked this volume retains its original dust jacket. These are very rare and sort after to make unmarked volumes of this date complete and worth considerably more. V.G.C.£80 (171)
404 - £15 ABC COMBINED VOLUME ‘1965’ by Ian Allan. Totally unmarked in mint condition. £15 (440)
405 - £20 ABC COMBINED VOLUME ‘Winter 1961-1962 by Ian Allan. Totally unmarked, little delaminating to front cover, tightly bound. V.G.C.£20 (195)
406 - £40 ABC COMBINED VOLUME x 3 booklets by Ian Allan, dated 1946 Southern Locomotives & Electrics, 1949 Western Region, 1952 Eastern Region. Totally unmarked. V.G.C. Plus a mint copy of 1959 shedbook. £80 (123)
407 - £15 ABC COMBINED VOLUME ‘Winter 1964-65’ by Ian Allan. In mint condition except greeting writer inside front cover, very neatly “All my love Jean’.£15 (440)
408 - £15 ABC COMBINED VOLUME ‘1966-1967’ by Ian Allan. Totally unmarked, mint condition. £40 (181)
409 - £40 ABC COMBINED VOLUME x 2 regional booklets by Ian Allan, dated 1948, Western Region & Midland Region. Totally unmarked. V.G.C.£60 (123)
410 - £40 ABC COMBINED VOLUME x 4 regional booklets by Ian Allan, two dated 1951, Western Region & Midland Region. Totally unmarked. V.G.C.£120 (213)
411 - £40 ABC COMBINED VOLUME x 4 regional booklets by Ian Allan, Southern Region 1950, Wester & Southern 1962-63, BR Steam Loco 1966, Coaching Stock 1958, plus Western Region Train Album. All unmarked. V.G.C.
412 - £40 ABC COMBINED VOLUME x 5 regional booklets by Ian Allan, LNER 1943, Southern 1948, GWR 1948, LMS 1948, BR LMR 1953. All unmarked, staples a little rusty but tight. VGC for age. £40 (213)
413 - £20 ABC COMBINED VOLUME x 6 Spotting booklets by Ian Allan, Winter NE 1955-1956, NE 1956-1957, NE Summer 1958, NE Winter 1959-1960, Southern Winter 1959/1960, London Transport 1954. All unmarked in very good condition. £70 (123)
414 - £250 CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAYS SUID-AFRIKAANSE SPOORWEE 3812 S.I”, as carried by South African Railways 0-8-0 Class S1 shunting locomotive. Built by North British Loco Co. Glasgow 1953. Cast brass, ex loco condition. 20 5/8” x 14 3/8”. £840 (274)
415 - £200 CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “BR 1408 DE4” as carried by Rhodesian Railways Class DE4, of which only fourteen were built by Brush in the UK, these were 1730 HP CO-CO locos similar to the BR Class 47s. Cast aluminium, ex loco condition. 19” x 12 ¾”.
416 - £120 ENAMEL SIGN “TO THE TRAINS” BR(M), with right facing arrow. Complete with blank back and wall fittings. Good colour & shine. A couple of face chips not affecting the wording. 24” x 18”. £200 (400)
417 - £400 LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY ROUNDHEAD FUSEE WALL CLOCK, face written “LNER 4198”. Complete with pendulum & key. Full working order.£450 (199)
418 - £40 GREAT CENTRAL RAILWAY BOUNDARY MARKER, manufactured in concrete. In ex lineside condition. No loss. 44” long. £40 (268)
419 - £20 GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY EPNS CREAM JUG. Beautifully engraved with flowers & swags within a belted cypher “GT NORTHERN RLY REF ROOMS KINGS CROSS”. 3 ¾” high. Made by W. Hatton, Sheffield. V.G.C.£110 (220)
420 - £50 NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY LOCO HEADLAMP, complete with vessel, burner etc and pull out red slide. Copper plated to the chimney “POWERS” and stamped H&BR on the back. In need of a paint as old restoration has deteriorated. Good sound lamp.£140 (421)
421 - £200 GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY SIGNAL BOX NAMEBOARD (cast iron) “BEARLEY EAST JUCTION SIGNAL BOX”. Located on the GWR Junction at Bearley between Claverton and Wilmcote, north of Stratford-Upon-Avon. Devoid of paint. 9’3” x 10”. V.G.C.£270 (480)
422 - £25 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “VANGUARD LOCOMOTIVE MAKER NUMBER 221V, WEIGHT 40 TONS, DATE OF MANUFACTURE JUNE 1970, BUILT BY THOMAS HILL (ROTHERHAM) LTD VANGUARD WORKS KILNHURST”. Cast brass, ex loco condition. £250(432)
423 - £200 CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAYS 1954 12”, as carried by South African Railways Class 12 4-8-2. Built by North British Loco Co. Glasgow. Oval, cast brass, ex loco condition. 20 ½” x 14 ¼”. £970 (104)
424 - £40 NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY BOUNDARY MARKER (cast iron) “NER” cast into the head. Complete with integral foot. Approx. 44” high.£80 (192)
425 - £40 WAITING ROOM POSTER “WOLSEY’S GATE IPSWICH” by Cattermole. In original frame & glazed. Horizontal lines showing in picture due to reflection, not on the print. 25” x 32”. V.G.C.
426 - £60 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “W.G. BAGNALL LTD, ENGLAND ENGINEERS NO.2702”, as carried by 0-4-0 Saddle Tank built in 1943. Sold to Thomas Firth & John Brown, Monk Bretton, Barnsley. Embossed cast brass, stamped ‘R2178’ on the back. V.G.C.£250 (309)
427 - £30 AN EQUIPMENT PLATE “THE ENGLISH ELECTRIC CO. LTD QUEENS HOUSE, KINGSWAY LONDON”. Five other company names within the centre of this plate. “ORDANCE COVENTRY”, “DICK-KERR PRESTON”, “SIEMENS STAFFORD”, “WILLANS RUGBY”, PHOENIX BRADFORD”. Embossed circular cast brass. 7” diameter. £90 (219)
428 - £200 CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “RR1411 DE4”, as carried by a Rhodesian Railways Class DE4s only fourteen were built by Brush in the UK, they were 1730 HP CO-CO locos similar to BR Class 47s. Cast aluminium, ex loco back. Face restored. 19” x 12 ¾”.
429 - £250 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “5793” carried by Collett 57XX Class 0-6-0 T loco, built Swindon Works. Emerging to traffic October 1930, allocations included Merthyr Tydfil, Cardiff Cathays, Swansea Paxton St & Taunton. Withdrawn in April 1962. Repainted face, rusty back. Good condition. £300 (105)
430 - £30 “L&NW RLY TEL G DEPT” CIRCUIT TESTER. Good condition £50 (263)
431 - £25 CERAMIC BOWL, transfer printed “RAILWAY NORWICH MISSION” within a sash cartouche. 6” diameter, 4” deep. One small chip to rim. Rings sound.
432 - £25 ETCHED CUT GLASS CORDIAL GLASS, “GWR STAFF DINING CLUB SOUTH LAMBETH”. 4” in height, 2 ½” diameter. Perfect condition.
433 - £150 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “ANDREW BARCLAY SONS & CO, KILMARNOCK LIMITED CALDEDONIAN WORKS NO. 1862. 1925”, as carried by 0-4-0 T Loco delivered to Anglo-Scottish Sugar Co. In ex loco condition. £150 (267)
434 - £65 SHEDPLATE “51L” Thornaby 1958-1973. Ex BR depot with an allocation of 100 plus steam locos, as time passed becoming 100% diesel depot of which this depot was initially intended. Repainted face, clean back. £65 (167)
435 - £100 LOCO TENDER WATER CAPACITY PLATE 3500, embossed cast brass, as carried by tender coupled to Stanier Jubilee 45660 “ROOKE”, built Derby Works. Emerging to traffic 1934, withdrawn 1966 from Holbeck depot. “5660” is chalked on the back, face lightly polished. V.G.C. £100 (188)
436 - £70 LOCO DRIVER’S WORK BOX, brass label to the cover “H. ISLE”, complete with brass handle & working catch. Comes with a small copper flare lamp, which still retains its wick cover, also stamped with drivers name “H.ISLE”. V.G.C.£90 (263)
437 - £800 TOTEM “BURY KNOWSLEY STREET” BR(M) FF. Opened in 1848 by the L&Y Rly, closed 5th October 1970. Good colour, medium shine. Has a few chips and nibbles, none affecting the lettering. A rare totem. SOLD
438 - £40 MIDLAND RAILWAY BOUNDARY MARKER (cast-iron). Manufactured using redundant bull head rail with “MR” stamped into the head using a steam hammer. Full length 52”.£85 (263)
439 - £40 LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RLY VIADUCT PLATE (cast iron) “L&NWR CO 45”. This is the longer of the two versions of this style of plate. Quite rare. Ex lineside condition. £50 (187)
440 - £40 LOCOMOTIVE ORGAN PIPE WHISTLE, as fitted to 08 shunters and numerous other locos. Polished brass. V.G.C.£50 (411)
441 - £80 WAGON PLATE “MIDLAND RY CARRIAGE & WAGON CO. LTD 1927 BUILDERS BIRMINGHAM ENGLAND”. Repainted face a long time ago. Ex wagon back.
442 - £50 WAGON PLATE “N.B. RY CO. BUILDERS COWLAIRS WORKS 1893”. Repainted face, ex wagon back. 6” x 4”. £230 (268)
443 - £20 WAGON PLATE “BUTTERLEY CO LTD BUILDERS CODNOR PARK NOTTINGHAM”. Repainted face, ex wagon back. 9” x 7”. £35 (283)
444 - £200 CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAY SUID AFRIKAANSE SPOORWEE 3784 S2”, as carried by a South African Railways 0-8-0 Class S2 shunting locomotive. Built by Krupp 1952, cast brass. Polished face, ex loco back. 20 7/8” x 14 3/8”. £200 (460)
445 - £150 IRISH LOCOMOTIVE WORKS PLATE “GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAYS DUNDALK TT MAKERS 1894”, as carried by a loco tender being paired with either an 0-6-0 or 4-4-0. Clean back, remnants of blue paint showing on the face. 9 7/8” x 5 7/8”. Good condition. £330 (257)
446 - £20 WAGON PLATE “CAMBRIAN WAGON WORKS LTD BUILDERS CARDIFF”, ex wagon condition£20 (411)
447 - £80 LUGGAGE RACK (brass). No railway markings. In super condition, Probably Edwardian. 50” x 11”. £80 (202)
448 - £10 WAGON PLATE “REPAIRS ADVISE CAMBRIAN WAGON WORKS LTD CARDIFF”, ex wagon condition. Loss to top edge.
449 - £30 “GWR” LARGE PRESSURE GAUGE, dial 7” diameter, displayed on a wooden back board, manufactured by “Dewrance & Co. London”. V.G.C.£30 (411)
450 - £80 SHEDPLATE ‘40E’ - Colwick. Ex GNR depot with an allocation of 157 locos in 1958. Repainted face & back. Good condition.£80 (313)
451 - £40 RUSSIAN LOCO PLATE (embossed cast aluminium), depicting a lightning bolt crossed by the Hammer & Sickle emblem. Totally ex loco condition. 11” x 4 ¼”. £60 (256)
452 - £150 GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY VICTORIAN FRAMED & GLAZED DISPLAY OR NOTICE BOARD, with company name in gold leaf to header panel. Note to rear states “LEEDS CENTRAL STATION 1895 STATION MASTERS OFFICE”. Manufactured in oak with removable wooden back plate secured with 4 brass toggles. Not seen by us before, in very good condition. £200 (413)
453 - £150 ‘A large pattern 3 aspect 'Paddington' handlamp made at the GWR works at Swindon. The main body is stamped GWR SWINDON S. Excellent example of this type of lamp. £150 (407)
454 - £400 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE ‘48198’ as carried by Stanier Class 8F. Built by North British Loco Co. 1942. Allocations included Wellingborough, Kettering, Heaton Mersey, Derby. Withdrawn in 1965. Repainted. V.G.C.
455 - £650 WORKS NUMBERPLATE “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY DARLINGTON WORKS 1934 62762”, as carried by Gresley Class D49 named ‘The Fernie’, Emerging to traffic in September 1934, allocations included Starbeck, Scarborough. Withdrawn in October 1960. Repainted face, clean back. Brass overstrip, original number is legible “357”. V.G.C.£1850 (208)
456 - £100 GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY COPPER TOP 3 ASPECT PRE-GROUPING HANDLAMP, ‘GWR’ etched to the lens. Complete with unmarked but correct type vessel & burner. Brass number plate affixed to the body stamped “11511”, the body is also stamped “GWR”. Good used condition. £140 (186)
457 - £60 DOORPLATE (enamel) WAITING ROOM” BR(M) FF. Good colour & shine with three chips over left hand edge, one large on left hand top edge and one large with ding to right hand edge. Good condition.£100 (467)
458 - £200 CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAYS 1820 15A”, as carried by South African Railways Class 15A 4-8-2. Built by North British Loco Co. 1920. Cast brass, devoid of paint to face. Ex loco back. 20 5/8” x 14 3/8”. £240 (226)
459 - £100 ROMANIAN FORESTRY LOCOMOTIVE CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “764.207”. Embossed cast iron with scalloped corners. 17 ½” x 9 ½”. Repainted face & back. V.G.C.£170 (311)
460 - £200 A PAIR OF GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVE WHISTLES, as carried by Churchward Class 45XX 2-6-4 T Loco, built Swindon Works. Emerging to traffic September 1924. Allocations included Neyland 1953, withdrawn in September 1962. Complete with 90° knuckle fittings. Beautifully restored and mounted on a wooden display board. £300 (213)
461 - £500 TOTEM “KINGUSSIE” (SC) HF, opened by the Inverness & Perth Jct Rly 1863. Located on the Highland Railway route from Stanley Jct to Inverness. Situated between Newtonmore and Kingcraig. Good colour & shine. £1350 (424)
462 - £60 BR LOCOMOTIVE TENDERPLATE “4000 GALLONS TYPE 1”. Repainted face, ex loco back. Cast iron. 10 ½” x 5 5/8”. £60 (198)
463 - £250 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS PHILADELPHIA U.S.A. DECEMBER 1910 35782”, as carried by 2’6” gauge 2-8-0 loco numbered 1220. Delivered to Mal Tiempo Cuban Sugar Mill. This plate is one of the rare 10” Baldwin worksplates. Repainted face, ex loco back. Convexed to fit small diameter smokebox. Plenty of evidence of a hard working life. V.G.C.£220 (449)
464 - £40 TWO CAST IRON MARKER PLATES, recovered from the ‘CROMFORD & HIGH PEAK RAILWAY’ adjacent to Harpur Hill Quarry over 30 years ago. “ELECTRIC ICI CABLE” & “ELECTRIC BLF CABLE”. Both in ex lineside condition. 12” x 7”. £80 (106)
465 - £100 SHEDPLATE “82C” Swindon 1948-1937, ex GWR depot with an allocation of approx. 120 locos. Repainted face, clean back. £200 (455)
466 - £70 SIGNAL FINIAL by McKenzie & Holland, umbrella style. 42” tall with original zinc spike. Complete. V.G.C.£200 (302)
467 - £60 GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP (large), stamped “GNR” to the body. Complete with all glasses, unmarked vessel & burner assembly. Repainted. V.G.C. £60 (270)
468 - £400 12” ROUND HEAD FUSEE WALL CLOCK, face written “BR (E) 12451”. Complete with pendulum & key. V.G.C.£420 (482)
469 - £60 MIDLAND RAILWAY NON PEGGING BLOCK INSTRUMENT, in fine condition. £110 (456)
470 - £80 LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY DOORPLATE (cast-iron) “BOOKING OFFICE”. GNR PATTERN. Repainted 14 5/8” x 4 5/8”.£80 (260)
471 - £40 A PAIR OF ENGINE PLATES, removed from a Class 25 Bo Bo diesel electric loco, originally a BR Type 2. Nicely displayed on a wooden plinth. These two plates are ex loco on the back. 6” x 1 ¾”. £40 (148)
472 - £40 GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY BOUNDARY MARKER, cast iron with “GNR” cast into head with integral foot. Stands 34” high. Repainted. V.G.C.£60 (192)
473 - £35 LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY VIADUCT PLATE “L&NWR CO. 5”. Cast iron. Repainted. In very good condition. Quite rare. 12” x 9 ½”. £50 (187)
474 - £500 TOTEM “STONE” BR(M) FF. Opened in 1848 by the North Staffordshire Rly, located on a Stoke to Stafford line. Good colour, slight mottling, medium shine, small chip to left hand corner due to a bruise. Not a common totem. V.G.C.£630 (150)
475 - £20 WAGON PLATE “BUILT BY ASHFORD WORKS SE & C RY CO.” Repainted face, ex wagon back. 6 ¼” x 4 ¾”. £85 (169)
476 - £20 WAGON PLATE “SOUTH LEICESTERSHIRE COLLIERY CO. LTD OWNERS. Repainted face and back. 9” x 6”. £150 (169)
477 - £20 WAGON PLATE “HARRISON & CAMM LIMITED BUILDERS 1908 ROTHERHAM”. Repainted face, ex wagon back. 8” x 3 ¾”. £130 (169)
478 - £20 WAGON PLATE “SR 56221 LANCING”. Ex wagon back. 13 ½” x 7 ½”. £120 (268)
479 - £20 WAGON PLATE “REGISTERED BY THE GC RY CO 1912 TO CARRY 12 TONS 7181”. Repainted face, ex wagon back. 8” x 6”. £35 (431)
480 - £20 WAGON PLATE “M.RY CO BUILDERS DERBY 1907”. Restored condition. £110 (169)
481 - £100 MIDLAND RAILWAY PEGGING BLOCK INSTRUMENT, stamped “MR CO” three times to the roof and twice to the body. Lovely patina. Ex box condition, has some loss to back left hand fixing hole. £140 (262)
482 - £40 G.W.R. EMBOSSED WATER OR SAND CAN/POURER, approx. 2 gallon. Galvanised with hinged lid. V.G.C. No dents. £40 (131)
483 - £40 LOCOMOTIVE INNER MOTION OILER, stamped “BR(W), embossed ‘K’. Ex service condition. 24” long. £110 (293)
484 - £70 L.N.E.R ENAMEL SIGN “PLEASE SHOW TICKETS”. Flangeless. Very good colour & shine. A chip below the letter ‘O’. 16” x 10”. £100 (467)
485 - £40 LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY BOUNDARY MARKER, cast iron. “L&NWRY CO BOUNDARY POST” cast into the head. Complete with foot. 48” long. £70 (263)
486 - £350 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “NO. 2076 DONCASTER 1950”, as carried by H Ivatt 4MT Mogul (Flying Pig) number “43062”. Emerging to traffic in November 1950, allocations included New England, Boston, Colwick, Staveley (Barrow Hill), withdrawn in June 1965. Lightly polished face, untouched back. £350 (174)
487 - £450 TOTEM – “HELMSHORE” (M) FF. Opened by the East Lancashire Railway in 1848, absorbed into the L&YR. Located on the Bury to Blackburn line. Good colour, well executed chip repair to the ‘H, does not detract at all. V.G.C.£ 670 (310)
488 - £50 “BRITISH TRANSPORT COMMISSION WARNING” Ref to Trespass 40/- CAST IRON SIGN. Ex lineside condition. 22 ¾” x 19”. £85 (160)
489 - £70 L.N.E.R 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, embossed “LNER LOCO” to the body and stamped “T. FORD”. Complete with all glasses & fittings. Restored. V.G.C.
490 - £40 LONDON, MIDLAND & SCOTTISH RAILWAY BOUNDARY MARKER (concrete) “LMS” cast into the body. Little loss to the top right hand corner, does not affect the letters. Complete with foot. Fair condition. 44” long.
491 - £1000 TOTEM “WYRE DOCK” BR(M). Opened in 1885 by the L&Y RLY, located in Fleetwood, Lancs. Closed in 1970. Very good colour & shine. Edge nibble only. Very rare totem. V.G.C.£2700 (429)
492 - £100 RUNNING-IN-BOARD “LENHAM” BR (S) FF. Located on the South Eastern & Chatham Railway line between Ashford and Maidstone. Few chips, mostly to the edges. Good colour & shine. 8’ x 2’. £280 (147)
493 - £80 SHEDPLATE “40E” Colwick, ex GNR Depot with an allocation of over 150 locos at its height. Repainted face, ex loco back. V.G.C.£100 (188)
494 - £30 L.N.E.R CERAMIC WASH BOWL with LNER cypher to the rim, alas no jug. Potted by Mintons. 15 ½” diameter. V.G.C.£60 (459)
495 - £80 BR (E) LOCOMOTIVE HEADLAMP, complete with vessel, burner unit & red flip over lens. Devoid of paint, surface rust only. Will clean & paint very well.£140 (137)
496 - £30 L.N.E.R HIGH SPEED TRAIN EPNS SOUP SPOON, engraved with the high speed Coronation Silver Jubilee art deco cypher. By Walker & Hall. 7” long. V.G.C. £30 (283)
497 - £30 WEST RIDING & GRIMSBY RAILWAY VIADUCT PLATE (cast iron) “WR & GR 20”. Repainted face . £45 (480)
498 - £25 CAST IRON DESK TOP/COUNTER “RAILWAY PARCEL BALANCE”, by Salters. Full working order. 14” high£75 (422)
499 - £50 NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY TAIL LAMP, brass plated “NEWPORT GOODS” to the chimney and brass plated “N.E.R.” to the body. Complete with fore & aft vessel & burner reflector assembly. Stamped on the back “9/21” indicating September 1921. Brass bezel, very good red bullseye lens. 12” high. V.G.C.£200 (158)
500 - £70 TYERS PERMISSIVE BLOCK INSTRUMENT, receiving end. Brass plated “UP LINE”. Very good ex box condition. £140 (262)
501 - £90 ENAMEL SIGN “LADIES ROOM” BR(W) FF. Usual edge nibble with a couple of chips to the face. Good colour & shine. 24” x 18”. £200 (262)
502 - £30 WAGON PLATE (enamel) “FOR REPAIRS ADVISE THE STEETLEY LIME & BASIC CO LTD LLYNLLYS NEAR OSWESTRY”. Very good condition, no chips. Good colour & shine. !2” x 6”. V.G.C. £50 (414)
503 - £70 DOORPLATE (enamel) “PRIVATE” BR(M) FF. Good colour & shine. 18” x 3 ½”. V.G.C.£120 (425)
504 - £50 ROAD SIGN (cast aluminium) “CROSSING NO GATES”. 12” x 21”. V.G.C.£130 (467)
505 - £40 LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY WOODEN CASED NON TAPPER BLOCK BELL, case stamped “L&YR 987”. Ex box condition minus one brass securing screw. £160 (289)
506 - £100 A PAIR OF LNER LUGGAGE RACK BRACKETS in art deco design and stamped “LNE”. Cast brass chromium plated. Could these be from the Silver Jubilee or Coronation Expresses of the mid to late 30s?. Very interesting items. 15” x 10”. V.G.C.£100 (486)
507 - £30 LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY MILEPOST “224” miles from Waterloo would place this 1 mile from Woolacombe oR possibly the Bude branch most certainly from North Devon. Repainted face, ex lineside back with post mark. £75 (262)
508 - £250 IAN ALLAN ABC COMBINED VOLUME 1948. Unusual in blue, complete with original dust jacket. Totally unmarked. V.G.C.£250 (123)
509 - £140 IAN ALLAN ABC COMBINED VOLUME 1953. Complete with its original dust jacket. Totally unmarked. V.G.C.£220 (123)
510 - £60 IAN ALLAN ABC COMBINED VOLUME 1959/60. Totally unmarked. V.G.C
511 - £50 IAN ALLAN ABC COMBINED VOLUME 1961/62. Totally unmarked. V.G.C.
512 - £20 IAN ALLAN ABC COMBINED VOLUME 1962/63. Totally unmarked. V.G.C.£20 (181)
513 - £20 IAN ALLAN ABC COMBINED VOLUME 1963. Totally unmarked. V.G.C.£20 (485)
514 - £15 IAN ALLAN ABC COMBINED VOLUME 1964. Totally unmarked. V.G.C.£15 (123)
515 - £15 IAN ALLAN ABC COMBINED VOLUME 1966. Totally unmarked. V.G.C.£25 (181)
516 - £40 IAN ALLAN ABC COMBINED VOLUME 1969. Totally unmarked. V.G.C.£60 (123)
517 - £40 IAN ALLAN ABC LOCOMOTIVE SHED BOOKS 1959 & 1973 (2) Totally unmarked. V.G.C. £95 (123)
518 - £250 LOCOMOTIVE WORKS NUMBERPLATE “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY DARLINGTON WORKS 1894 67256”, as carried by W Worsdell G5 Class 0-4-4 Tank loco, originally numbered “1703” then “7256”. Emerging to traffic in June 1895, allocations included Kings Lynn, Hull Botanic, Bridlington. Withdrawn in April 1957. Original number ground off and over stripped with brass strip. Has a weld repair to left hand bolt hole area, done in service. Clean condition. Cast iron£370(154)
519 - £800 TOTEM “BEATTOCK” (SC) H/F. Opened in 1847 by the Caledonian Railway, located on the West Coast Main Line situated between Wamphay and Elvanfoot. Beattock is famous for its longs arduous bank. Good colour, medium shine. Chip to bottom edge and usual edge nibbles. Good condition. £920 (427)
520 - £400 TOTEM – “GUIDE BRIDGE” (M) F. Opened by the Sheffield, Ashton Under Lyne & Manchester Rly, located between Hyde North & Fairfield. Not in the best condition, but will improve. Uncommon totem. £540 (141)
521 - £500 WHITE STAR LINE CERAMIC OBLONG DISH, by Stonier & Co. Liverpool. Blue floral pattern with company flag to the centre. 9 ¼” x 6 ¼”. V.G.C. No chips or cracks.
522 - £300 3 x ENAMEL ADVERTISING PANELS “R WHITE’S SOFT DRINKS”. Which make up for a shop forecourt advertising stand. Very rare to have all three together. Each panel 21” x 25”. Good colour & shine. £300 (411)
523 - £60 “LIVERPOOL & NORTH WALES STEAMSHIP COMPANY PAS LA MARGUERITE” VESTA CASE, depicts an image of the paddle steamer ‘Pas La Marguerite’ on the cover “Bryant & May Matches’ stamped on the underside. Very good for its age. 2” x 1 ¼”.
524 - £50 ENAMEL ADVERTISING SIGN “PLAYERS PLEASE IT’S THE TOBACCO THAT COUNTS”. Good colour, medium shine. Small amount of old restoration visible in our image. Very presentable. 22” x 24”. £160 (411)
525 - £50 ENAMEL ADVERTISING SIGN ”DE RESZKE”, cigarettes & tobacco products. Good colour & shine, has some loss of enamel to edges. 18” x 6”. £50 (411)
526 - £50 ENAMEL ADVERTISING SIGN “NORTHERN TOURS & SERVICES”. Fixing and edge nibbles. Very good colour & shine. 21” x 6”. £160 (285)