MARCH 2021 AUCTION CATALOGUE

Lot No. - ReserveINCREMENTS
£1-100 = £10
£100-500 = £20
£500-1000 = £50
£1000 + = £100
THESE ARE THE WINNING BIDS FOR LOTS 1-526BID (BIDDER NO.)
LAST UPDATED
13/4/2021 -
1 - £150 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “ANDREW BARCLAY SONS & CO, KILMARKNOCK LIMITED CALEDONIAN WORKS NO.1785 1923”, as carried by No. 22 of the Waterside Colliery fleet of locos. Cast embossed brass. Repainted face & back. 16 ¾” x 11 ¾”.£260 (802)
2 - £75 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “KRUPP” with intertwined circle device, as carried by an Indonesian Class 52, 2-8-2 D52090. Cast embossed brass with hollow back. Ex loco condition. 14 ½” x 12 7/8”. £180 (673)
3 - £75 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “SKODOVY ZAVODY NARODIPODNIK ZAVOD V PLZNI. CIS1761 1947”, as carried by 2-10-0 CSD534-441 Czechoslovakia locomotive. Cast embossed brass with engine turned ground, repainted face, clean untouched back. 13 ¾” x 6”. V.G.C.£280 (673)
4 - £75 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “FC.HIBBERD & CO. LTD PLANET LONDON. NW.10 LOCO NO 3722”, as carried by a four wheeled diesel mechanical shunter, built 1955. Sold to Samuel Williams Ltd at Dagenham Dock in Essex as their number 23 Company closed in 1980, no further record. Cast embossed brass, repainted face with clean back. This plate shows signs of having been chromium plated. 12” x 7 ½” £320 (609)
5 - £75 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “FC HIBBERD & CO LTD PLANET LONDON, NW.10. SERIAL NO. 2896, as carried by a four wheeled shunter, built 1944 and going new to the Ministry of Food, Whitley Buffer Depot, Doncaster, later BOCM, Selby, Yorks. Cast embossed brass. Repainted face & back. 5 7/8” x 3 ¾”.£140 (680)
6 - £75 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “INDUSTR.LOKOMOTIVA D. DAKOVIC SLAVONSKI BROD 1948 TBn 158”, as carried by Yugoslavian 0-6-0 tank loco built 1948. Cast embossed aluminium. Repainted face, ex loco back. 5 7/8” x 3 ¾”. £140 (716)
7 - £120

CAST IRON SIGN “GREAT CENTRAL RAILWAY COMPANY NOTICE BILL POSTERS WILL BE PROSECUTED BY ORDER”. Repainted face, ex lineside back. 20” x 12”. V.G.C.£250 (638)
8 - £100 CAST IRON SIGN “NOTICE THIS HAULING WAY IS FOR NAVIGATION PURPOSES ONLY AND NOT FOR THE USE OF THE PUBLIC BY ORDER OF THE RIVER NENE CATCHMENT BOARD”. Repainted face and back. 18” x 12”. V.G.C.£100 (641)
9 - £100 DOORPLATE (enamel) “WAITING ROOM” BR(SC) FF. Three small chips to edge. Very good colour & shine. Nice example. 18” x 6”.£160 (652)
10 - £50 Cast iron STREET NAME “EAST AVENUE”, location unknown. Sound and in as removed state. 36” x 7” with reverse scalloped corners. V.G.C.£50 (690)
11 - £50 Cast iron STREET NAME “ELIZABETH ST”, location unknown. Sound and in as removed state. 44” x 8” with scalloped corners. V.G.C.£50 (621)
12 - £50 2 x TRAIN DESCRIBER BRASS FACE PLATES “UXBRIDGE, RAYNOR LANE, SOUTH HARROW, HOUNSLOW, NORTH FIELDS, ACTON TOWN, HAMMERSMITH, GREEN PARK, ARNOS GROVE, BARONS COURT SPECIAL”. 7 ½” diameter. In need of a good polish.£50 (712)
13 - £30 MODERN IMAGE STATION SIGN “BIRCHWOOD”, opened in 1981 by British Rail. Located on the Manchester to Liverpool Line, situated between Glazebrook & Padgate. 52” x 14” aluminium box section with plain back. V.G.C.£90 (633)
14 - £40 MODERN IMAGE STATION LAMP TABLET “WRENBURY” FF. Wrenbury is located on the ex LNWR route from Crewe -Shrewsbury. Aluminium construction. 24” x 5”. Fair condition.£40 (803)
15 - £400 Enamel SIGNAL BOX NAMEBOARD “CARLISLE NO.5” BR(M) FF. Carlisle No.5 signal box controlled the southern approaches to Carlisle Citadel Station on the West Coast Mainline. Opened in 1951, closed in 1973. A London Midland Type 4 design with 140 levers. Very good colour & shine with three tiny edge chips. 54” x 10”. £800 (860)
16 - £180 LONDON, BRIGHTON & SOUTH COAST RLY 4 ASPECT HANDLAMP. Brighton button affixed to the reducing cone, body stamped “1327 CHICHESTER CC”, handle stamped “1327 CC”. Complete with all fittings, vessel stamped “SBR”, burner stamped “SR”. Very nice example of this pattern of lamp. Chichester is located in West Sussex. Good condition.£180 (675)
17 - £60 GREAT CENTRAL RLY SIGNAL POST FINIAL (cast iron) ball & spike design, alas wooden tip is absent but can easily be replaced. 29” high. £60 (798)
18 - £60 NORTH EASTERN CHESHIRE LINES COMMITTEE SIGNAL POST FINIAL. Cast iron in sound condition. 31” high. £210 (618)
19 - £30 TRAM CAR SYSTEM CATENARY POST FINIAL. Cast iron, sound condition. 18” high.£50 (638)
20 - £80 LONDON, CHATHAM & DOVER RLY SIGNAL POST FINIAL, ex “OFFHAM KENT”. Cast iron, sound condition. 27” high.£200 (610)
21 - £50 GREAT WESTERN RLY HOME SIGNAL POST FINIAL, square base with oval cut out. Cast iron. 28” high.£80 (665)
22 - £100 MACKENZIE & HOLLAND SIGNAL POST FINIAL (cast iron) umbrella & spike design. Ex (Brecon & Merthyr Railway). In very good order, original zinc spike. 34” high.£160 (772)
23 - £50 MIDLAND RAILWAY SIGNAL POST FINIAL. Cast iron, sound condition. 28” high.£130 (873)
24 - £90 STEVENS TYPE SIGNAL POST FINIAL, used by GNSR/NBR etc. Good sound condition. 29” high.
25 - £110 LONDON SOUTH WESTERN RLY SIGNAL POST FINIAL. Cast iron, sound condition. 25” high.£170 (601)
26 - £40 BR(W) SIGNAL POST CAST IRON HOME FINIAL (round base). Sound condition. 24” high.£70 (665)
27 - £180 SOMERSET & DORSET JOINT RAILWAY SIGNAL POST FINIAL “Ex Midsomer Norton”. Cast iron, sound condition. 28” high.£260 (633)
28 - £120 GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY SIGNAL POST FINIAL, orb & spike design. Cast iron, sound condition. 31” high.£120 (777)
29 - £40 BR (W) SIGNAL POST CAST IRON DISTANT FINIAL (round base). Sound condition. 24” high.£50 (665)
30 - £110 CHESHIRE LINES COMMITTEE SIGNAL POST FINIAL, ball & spike design. Cast iron, sound condition. 31” high.
31 - £70 LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RLY SIGNAL POST FINIAL, ex Seaforth & Litherland (Liverpool). Cast iron, sound condition. 30” high. £220 (610)
32 - £200 HIGH SPEED TRAIN SWALLOW, marked to the back “VEH 24 AP054-02, as carried by Class 91, number 91024. Manufactured in stainless steel with a wingspan of 26”. The tip of the tail is absent from last screw hole. Little loss. £550 (722)
33 - £25

“LNER THE CORONATION THE FIRST STREAMLINE TRAIN KINGS CROSS FOR SCOTLAND” MENU”. Very good condition. Good vibrant colours. 6” x 10”. Over 80 years old.£60 (795)
34 - £20 OFFICIAL DRAWING (PRINT). We presume artwork for posters for London Transport. Good condition. 50” x 30”.£50 (841)
35 - £20 OFFICIAL DRAWING (COLOURED PRINT). We presume artwork for posters for London Transport. Good condition. 50” x 30”.£70 (790)
36 - £40 ORGAN PIPE LOCOMOTIVE WHISTLE, fitted to industrial locos and perhaps traction engines. In very good condition. 13” in height.£90 (843)
37 - £120 NORTH BRITISH RLY WOODEN SIGN with metal letters. “ENGINEMEN ARE WARNED OF RESTRICTED CLEARANCE”. Face restored only.£140 (690)
38 - £280 SOUTHERN RAILWAY ENAMEL STATION NAME TARGET “VAUXHALL”, located to the East of Vauxhall Bridge, London. Main body free from chips. Good colour & shine. 29” x 13”.£400 (790)
39 - £350 TOTEM “ELMSTEAD WOODS” BR(S) FF. Located on the ex South Eastern & Chatham Railway Mainline, situated between Grove Park and Chistlehurst. Very good colour & shine, has two well executed chip repairs, does not detract.£350 (786)
40 - £600 SOUTHERN RAILWAY ENAMEL STATION NAME TARGET “BAGSHOT”. Opened in 1878 by the L.S.W.R, located on the Ascot to Guildford Line. Affixed to its original backing board, usual edge nibbles. No face damage. Good colour & shine. 29” x 13”.£1300 (404)
41 - £700 TOTEM “OLDHAM MUMPS” BR(M) FF. Opened in 1847 by the Manchester & Leeds Rly, closed in 2009. Now a metro-link station stop. Located in Oldham, a famous Northwest mill town, North of Manchester. Usual edge nibbles. Very good colour & shine . Has been face drilled for wall mounting.£2100 (634)
42 - £80 ORIGINAL OIL PAINTING ON BOARD, by Robert Nixon. Depicting GWR Hall Class “ALBERT HALL” at speed. Very well executed. Image 20” x 12”. Attractively framed.
43 - £120 ORIGINAL OIL PAINTING ON BOARD, by Robert Nixon. Depicting “Mallard” on her famous record breaking run down Stoke Bank. Very well executed. Image 14” x 11”. Attractively framed.
44 - £180 ORIGINAL OIL PAINTING ON BOARD, by Robert Nixon. Depicting A4 “Mallard” passing Ivatt small Atlantic (Klyondyke). Very well executed. Image 30” x 15”. Attractively framed.
45 - £40 POSTER – DR, British Rail Intercity “SEE A FRIEND THIS WEEKEND”, depicting a young lady of the 70s in her mini dress. Fair condition. A few edge nibbles.£40 (674)
46 - £25 SOUTHERN RAILWAY CARRIAGE MIRROR (monochromed). In very good condition, with fine original mahogany frame. 27” x 11”. £25 (757)
47 -£40 ENAMEL SIGN “NO EXIT” BR(SC) FF. Has well executed repair to enamel frame, loss affecting the bottom of the letter ‘O’ and below. Very good colour & shine. 13 ½” x 10 ½”. £130 (876)
48 - £30 GNR SIGNAL BOX UNDERSLUNG BLOCK BELL. Ex box condition, stamped “5788” on the rear of the top box. V.G.C.£30 (867)
49 - £40 METAL ADVERTISING SIGN “AHH FELIX” cat food. In very good order, probably from the 70’s. 24” x 36”. V.G.C.£80 (790)
50 - £80 ENAMEL SIGN “PLATFORM 1” BR(SC) FF. Has two chip repairs to the right of the ‘1’ and to the left. Three minor touch ups to the figure ‘1’. Usual edge nibbles. Good colour & shine. 24” x 18”. £150 (871)
51 - £70

ENAMEL SIGN “GENTLEMEN” BR(W) FF. Edge chipping, a chip within the letter “G”. Good colour & shine. 37” x 12”. V.G.C.£170 (619)
52 - £40 LNER/GNR DOORPLATE “GENERAL WAITING ROOM”. Cast iron. Restored condition. 24 ¼” x 4 ¾”. £75 (873)
53 - £30 LNER/GNR DOORPLATE “PRIVATE”. Cast iron. Restored face, ex door back. 13 ½ X 3 ½”.£40 (759)
54 - £30

DOUBLE DOORWAY THRESHOLD PLATE, from a 1938 stock London Underground car built by “METROPOLITAN-CAMMELL CARRIAGE & WAGON CO. LTD 1938 SALTLEY”. Heavy cast aluminium. 67” x 3 ¼”. V.G.C.£50 (653)
55 - £90 SUGG GAS LANTERN, looks complete except for on/off chains, complete with globe. 14” diameter shade in brown enamel. In as removed condition. £200 (846)
56 -£50 CAST IRON SIGN “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY NOTICE. THIS FOOTPATH IS FOR THE USE OF PEDESTRIANS ONLY” with twelve extra lines of text and casting mark ‘05’. Ex lineside condition with postmark to back. 23” x 20”. £60 (796)
57 - £50 UNTITLED MIDLAND RAILWAY CAST IRON SIGN “BEWARE OF TRAINS”. Ex lineside condition. 23” x 15”. £90 (873)
58 - £50 CAST IRON SIGN “LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY NOTICE” appertaining to owner occupiers gate regulations with 18 lines of text. Ex lineside condition. 18” x 18”. £100 (625)
59 - £50
CAST IRON SIGN “GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY TRESPASSERS WILL BE PROSECUTED”, ex lineside condition with post mark to the back. 20” x 13”. £120 (755)
60 - £50 CAST IRON SIGN “GW & L&NW JT RYS NOTICE, ANY PERSON OMITTING TO SHUT & FASTEN THIS GATE IS LIABLE TO A PENALTY OF FORTY SHILLINGS”. This sign was from ‘Onibury Station’. Ex lineside condition. 21 “ x 14”. £110 (766)
61 - £50 CAST IRON SIGN “GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY PUBLIC WARNING NOT TO TRESPASS” with eight further lines of text including “KINGS CROSS JULY 1896”. Ex lineside condition with post mark. 28” x 16”. £60 (796)
62 - £50 CAST IRON SIGN “SOUTH EASTERN & CHATHAM RAILWAY COMPANIES MANAGING COMMITTEE WARNING TRESPASSERS” with a further six lines of text including “LONDON BRIDGE STATION S.E.C. SHEATH, SECRETARY”. Ex lineside condition. 26” x 16”. £100 (817)
63 - £80 BR DISTANT SIGNAL ARM, complete with aspect glasses. 63” long. Restored. V.G.C.£120 (605)
64 - £30
LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY CERAMIC DESSERT PLATE, with garter belt motif to the centre with the “L&NWR “ within the belt and “LOCO DEPT” to the centre. Crazing to the glaze. 9 ½” diameter. £30 (710)
65 - £80
EPNS PRESENTATION BUTLERS TRAY (large), beautifully fashioned with raised border and twin handles, stylised vine and leaf pattern. Oval in shape with the inscription to the centre which reads “PRESENTED TO MR J.R. FLETCHER. AMI tt st LE BY THE EMPLOYEES OF THE LOCOMOTIVE DEPARTMENT L.N.ER PERTH ON THE OCCASION OF HIS MARRIAGE 2ND JULY 1924”. In perfect condition with a little of the base metal bleeding through due to lovingly being polished. 25” x 15”.
66 - £110 Two GWR SINGLE STEM FLOWER VASES. In silver plate with the post grouping GWR roundel motif engraved to the stem. In beautiful condition. Standing 8” high.£700 (412)
67 - £80 GNR SILVER PLATED LARGE TOAST RACK, engraved “GNR REFRESHMENT ROOMS PETERBOROUGH”. Beautiful condition. 6” long x 6” high. £80 (783)
68 - £30 A BRITISH RAILWAYS THERMOS FLASK with BR(W) motif printed to the body. Manufactured in white bakelite, complete with original stopper and glass bulb. Fully intact. Stands 12 ½” high. Rare survivor. £30 (781)
69 - £30 16 PAY TOKENS, Sheffield area, Millhouses etc. All in brass. V.G.C.
70 - £90
LMS CARRIAGE BOARD “SHEFFIELD – DERBY”. In very good original condition. 32” x 3”. £205 (845)
71 - £200 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “ROBERT STEPHENSON & HAWTHORNS LTD 7668 NEWCASTLE WORKS 1950”, as carried by 0-6-0 ST with inside cylinders. ‘7668’ was one of a batch built for Stewarts & Lloyds Ltd at Corby, Northants. A very powerful loco of its type. Loco running number “57”. Totally ex loco condition. Oval 13” x 8 ½”. Embossed cast brass.£240 (839)
72 - £150 LOCOMOTIVE CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “57”, as carried by Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn Saddle Tank, works number ‘7668’, (see previous lot for details of loco). Cast embossed brass. 13”x 8 ½”. Ex loco condition. £350 (839)
73 - £30 GNR OIL BOX, retrieved from an Ivatt Atlantic. Solid brass construction. £30 (876)
74 - £60 AMERICAN CONVOY TAIL LAMP, 2 aspect, red & clear. “DIETZ N.Y. U.S.A. TYPE-A-CONVOY TAIL”, embossed to the chimney cowl. Complete with original vessel & burner. 9” in height. Very good condition, no blemishes to glasses.£60 (876)
75 - £130
STATION WALL CLOCK of non-railway standard type. Chimes the hour. This clock hung in the offices at Sudbury Station, Suffolk. Located on the GER line from Marks Tey to Bury St Edmunds, situated between Bures and Long Melford. Complete with pendulum and key. Ebonised case. 25” x 14” x 8” deep. Good condition. £130 (695)
76 - £200
A PRESENTATION SMOKERS CABINET with silver plaque affixed to the inside cover. Engraved “PRESENTED TO MR B. DUTTON BY HIS FRIENDS AT THE LMS RY. C&W DEPT FOREMANS ASSOCIATION ON HIS RETIREMENT FROM THE CO’S SERVICE 1928”. A beautiful light oak cabinet, complete with drawers, pipe rack and tobacco jar with metal fastener, all present and undamaged, with the small exception of a little loss to the base moulding on the rear, this in no way detracts from this superb item. Complete with original key. Fully working. 16” x 11” x 12” high.£200 (690)
77 - £75 ORIGINAL WATERCOLOUR PAINTING by G.S. Cooper, titled “SALFORD CITY TRANSPORT DAIMLER CVG6”. Depicting two double decker buses of Salford City Corporation in different paint schemes.£120 (613)
78 - £60 LMS BLACK & WHITE PHOTO CARRIAGE PRINT “ASHFORD IN THE WATER”. Depicting Sheepwash Bridge at Ashford in the Water, Derbyshire. In original frame. V.G.C.£90 (846)
79 - £50 CARRIAGE PRINT “GOUROCK AND DUNOON CAR FERRY FIRTH OF CLYDE”, from a watercolour by Macfarlane. Depicting cars & people loading onto the ferry. From the Scottish Series. Original frame & glazed. V.G.C.£80 (859)
80 - £50 CARRIAGE PRINT “LOCH MORAR INVERNESS-SHIRE”, from a watercolour by Macleod, depicting the loch and mountains. From the Scottish Series. Original frame & glazed. V.G.C. £65 (848)
81 - £50 CARRIAGE PRINT “INGLETON VILLAGE YORKSHIRE” from a watercolour by Sherwin, depicting village and church. From the LMR Post War Series. Original frame & glazed. V.G.C. £190 (859)
82 - £50 CARRIAGE PRINT “ROBERT DUDLEY EARL OF LEICESTER AT KENILWORTH”, from a watercolour by Winslade. From the LMR History Series. Original frame & glazed.£60 (848)
83 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “PENRHYN CASTLE NEAR BANGOR NORTH WALES” from a watercolour by Lander. From the LMR C Series. Framed & glazed, foxing to right hand edge. Fair condition.£30 (803)
84 - £50 SOUTHERN RAILWAY ENAMEL SIGN “NOT DRINKING WATER”. Oval shape. 5” x 4” fixing hole & edge nibbles only. Good colour & shine. £50 (822)
85 - £50 SMALL CAST IRON SIGN “NOT DRINKING WATER”, company unknown to us. Repainted face. 7” x 4”. £50 (841)
86 - £50 FIRE BUCKET embossed “BR(W)”. Heavy gauge steel with riveted seam. V.G.C. 14” tall. £70 (628)
87 - £100 TRACTION ENGINE NAMEPLATE “LILY OF THE VALLEY”, embossed cast brass. 16” x 2 ½”. V.G.C.£220 (683)
88 - £20 ABC COMBINED VOLUME- Winter 1962/1963, by Ian Allan. Unmarked in very good condition.£30 (696)
89 - £15 ABC COMIBINED VOLUME – Winter 1966/1967, by Ian Allan. Unmarked in very good condition.£15 (696)
90 - £15 ABC COMBINED VOLUME – 1968, by Ian Allan. Unmarked in very good condition.£35 (763)
91 - £20 Four ABC & ELECTRIC TRAINS & LOCOMOTIVES BOOKLETS by Ian Allan – Electric Trains 1948, 1960, 1961, 1964. All unmarked in very good condition.£95 (656)
92 - £15 Four ABC BOOKLETS by Ian Allan - 2 x LONDON TRANSPORT 1950 & 1951, ELECTRIC TRAINS 1948, COACHES 1959, All unmarked in very good condition.£15 (642)
93 - £15 Six ABC BOOKLETS by Ian Allan – No. 1 Western, No. 2 Southern, No. 3 L.M, No. 4 L.N, No. 5 Anglo Scottish, 6. British Express Freight Trains. All unmarked in V.G.C. Five of them have coupon clipped. Approx. 1960.£20 (781)
94 - £15 OFFICIAL BR BOOKLET “BRITISH RAILWAYS (WESTERN REGION) MULTIPLE UNIT DIESEL TRAINS”, for the information of operating department staff October 1957. Complete with fold out units diagram. V.G.C. (pocket size).£15 (656)
95 - £15 Three ABC BOOKLETS by Ian Allan – Narrow gauge, Miniature and Irish Locos 1949. All unmarked, good condition. £15 (875)
96 - £15 Four ABC BOOKLETS by Ian Allan – 2 Loco Shed Books 1953, 1966, Head Codes & Ocean Liners 1954. All a little worn but no underlining. In fair condition. £35 (662)
97 - £20 Three ABC REGIONAL BOOKLETS by Ian Allan – Southern Locomotives 5th edition 1943, very rare. Winter 1960/61 & Western & Southern 1963. All unmarked. Very good for age. All tight. £70 (656)
98 - £20 Three ABC REGIONAL BOOKLETS by Ian Allan – Southern Locomotives 1946, November 1946, Winter 1958/59. All unmarked in very good condition. The 1946 copies are exceptional for their age. £95 (656)
99 - £15 Four ABC REGIONAL BOOKLETS by Ian Allan – Western Locomotives 1959/1960, 1961, 1962/1963. All unmarked and in good condition. £70 (656)
100 - Estimate
£6000 - £10000
LOCOMOTIVE NAMEPLATE “SIR RICHARD GRENVILLE”, as carried by Southern Railway Maunsell designed “Lord Nelson”Class numbered 853, later 30853, built Eastleigh Works. Emerging to traffic September 1928, allocations included Bournemouth 1948. Withdrawn in 1962. Superb nameplate in wonderful condition. This plate was part of Mr Frank Burridge’s Big Four collection for many years.£6000 (683)
101 - £40 Four ABC REGIONAL BOOKLETS by Ian Allan – GWR Oct 1943 2nd edition (very rare), GWR 1946 (very rare), BR Western 1948, Winter 1958/59. All unmarked in very good condition. £90 (656)
102 - £30 Three ABC REGIONAL BOOKLETS by Ian Allan – LNER Locomotives November 1943 (very rare) V.G.C. BR(E) 1948, Winter 1958/59. Good condition.£50 (656)
103 - £20 Three ABC REGIONAL BOOKLETS by Ian Allan – Winter 1960/1961, Summer 1961, Winter 1961/1962. Unmarked in very good condition. £40 (656)
104 - £20
LOCOMOTIVES OF THE LMS – An ‘ Official Illustrated List of all LMS Locomotives Specially Arranged For Engine Spotters”, published by the LMS in September 1947, printed by Bemrose & Son, Derby. This copy is in very good tight condition and stamped “British Transport Commission Archives”. (rare). £70 (656)
105 - £40 Three booklets “NAMEPLATES OF THE SOUTHERN LOCOMOTIVES”, “NAMEPLATES OF THE LMS LOCOMOTIVES” and “NAMEPLATES OF THE LNER LOCOMOTIVES”. These booklets were produced by Mr Frank Burridge in 1947. Frank was one of the Grandees of Locomotive Nameplate collecting and at its height his collection was second to none, with example of all or most named locomotive classes. These booklets are in very good condition and rare. £40 (656)
106 - £15 Six ABC REGIONAL BOOKLETS by Ian Allan – British Railways Diesel Winter 1958/1959, 1959/1960, 1960/1961, 1962/1963, Summer 1961, Summer 1963. All unmarked. V.G.C.£90 (656)
107 - £20 Four ABC REGIONAL BOOKLETS by Ian Allan – LMS Locomotives 1943, LMS Locomotives 1945, Winter 1957/1958, Winter 1958/1959. All unmarked and in very good condition. The 1943 and 1945 are very rare. £60 (656)
108 - £15 Five ABC REGIONAL BOOKLETS by Ian Allan – BR Midland Winter 1960/1961, Summer 1961, Winter 1961/1962, 1963, 1964. All unmarked in very good condition. £50 (656)
109 - £80 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. £145 (878)
110 - £15 “BRITISH RAILWAYS WORKSHOP OVERHAUL SCHEDULE ENGLISH ELECTRIC 1000 HP TYPE 1 DIESEL ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE NO’S. D8000 – D8199 D8300 – D8327” In pristine condition and complete. Approx. 1 ½” thick. Plastic covers front & back. 12” x 8”. £15 (848)
111 - £15 “BRITISH RAILWAYS WORKSHOP OVERHAUL SCHEDULE BR/MAYBACH 2700 HP TYPE 4 DIESEL HYDRAULIC LOCOMOTIVES NO. D1000-D1073”, known as the “Western Enterprises”, all of which were named and carried by very substantial nameplates, including a cast cabside numberplate GWR style. Approx. 12” x 8”. Plastic covers front & back. Approx. 1 ½” thick.£40 (401)
112 - £200 LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RLY & GREAT NORTHERN JOINT RLY LAMP TABLET (enamel). “HALIFAX NORTH BRIDGE” opened in 1880. Very rare item, although we have had three, this is the last. Good colour & shine. 17” x 4”. £240 (785)
113 - £30 HIGHLAND RAILWAY CARRIAGE CHOCK & CHAIN, stamped “H RYCO”. Manufactured in forged steel. An uncommon item from this railway.£30 (670)
114 - £40 FFESTINIOG RAILWAY RAIL CHAIR, embossed “FR”. Cast iron, two hole. Very good order. Would make a good doorstop.
115 - £150 L&Y RLY DOORPLATE “LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY NO UNAUTHORISED PERSON IS ALLOWED IN THIS SIGNAL BOX BY ORDER”. Cast iron. Repainted face, ex door back. 13 ½” x 6 1/8”. V.G.C.£220 (418)
116 - £100 LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RLY DOORPLATE “SIGNAL”. Cast iron. Repainted face, ex door back. 18” x 3 ½”. V.G.C.£170 (709)
117 - £100 LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RLY DOORPLATE “LAMP ROOM”. Cast iron. Repainted face, ex door back. 17” x 3 ½”. V.G.C.£180 (822)
118 - £40 LNWR fully titled cast iron sign “LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY NOTICE” Owner Occupier, with 14 further lines of text “EUSTON STATION 1st NOVEMBER 1883”. Repainted face, ex lineside back with post mark. 18” x 18”. V.G.C.£90 (625)
119 - £40 Cambrian Railways untitled cast iron sign “SHUT THE GATE THE PENALTY IS FORTY SHILLINGS FOR LEAVING THIS GATE UNLOCKED”. Repainted face, ex lineside with gate rail mark to back. 16” x 12”. V.G.C.£160 (877)
120 - £80 Cast iron sign “LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY NOTICE CAPSTANS” with five further lines of text. Retrieved from Preston Butler Street L&YR Warehouse. Repainted face, ex service condition back. 22” x 23”. V.G.C.£220 (766)
121 - £20 Cast iron untitled L&NWR TRACK CIRCUIT PLATE “TRACK CIRCUIT NO. 40 →” with right facing arrow. Repainted face. 8 ½” x 12”. V.G.C.£40 (665)
122 - £100 Enamel DOORPLATE “NO THOROUGHFARE” BR(M) FF. Good colour & shine. Has four repainted chips to face. Does not detract, 24” x 7”. £300 (415)
123 - £130 London & North Western Railway Fletcher pattern wooden cased DOUBLE LINE BLOCK INSTRUMENT with traffolite label to front door “FAST LINE EUXTON JC”. Euxton Junction is on the West Coast Main Line situated between Standish and Preston. V.G.C.£180 (721)
124 - £150 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway SIGNAL BOX LEVER FRAME HEAD PLATE and LEVER IDENTIFICATION PLATE “L&Y RY CO HORWICH” Lever Plates “NO. 2 & 3 SIDINGS”, “NECK OR DOWN MAIN”, “DOWN MAIN”, “UP MAIN”, “UP MAIN OR SIDING”. Mounted on a very attractive mahogany board. All plates have repainted face only. 25” x 12” approx.. £340 (826)
125 - £80 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “LMS BUILT 1944 HORWICH” as carried by Stanier Class 8F, built that year No’s 8338-8381. Cast iron. Repainted face, ex loco back. V.G.C.£220 (792)
126 - £80 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “BUILT 1938 CREWE” ‘LMS’ has been erased by BR in their attempt to rub out history. Carried by Stanier Class 8F numbered 48106. Emerging to traffic Feb 1939, allocations include Coalville, Mold Jct, Birkenhead, Buxton, Warrington, Dallam, Newton Heath, Bury, Bolton. Withdrawn June 1967, one of the last. Embossed cast brass. Repainted face, ex loco back.
127 - £60 LNER/GNR pattern cast iron DOORPLATE “GENTLEMEN”. 19 ½” x 3 5/8”.£90 (759)
128 - £150 GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY OFFICE/WAITING ROOM CHAIR, ladder back style with a carved panel to the centre “GNR” within. Manufactured in solid mahogany with its original rexine covered horsehair and webbing seat. In very good order, no loss. All original to the under-seat and branded “GNR” to the underside of the back seat rail. Also carries its original brass embossed suppliers label “BLYTH & SONS, 4 to 7 CHISWELL ST, LONDON COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS”. All joints tight, no restoration necessary. £150 (728)
129 - £100
BRITISH RAIL DOUBLE ARROW EMBLEM (small type) as fitted to 08 shunters. Lightly polished face, totally ex loco back. 19” x 12”. V.G.C.£220 (696)
130 - £110 BR LNER PATTERN LOCOMOTIVE HEADLAMP in pristine condition. Complete with original vessel and red flip-over lens. Perfect working order.£305 (791)
131 - £190 SINGLE LINE TABLET TYERS NO.6. Brass & steel construction, engraved “BELLARENA/LIMAVADY JUNCT 15”. This section is located on the Belfast to Derry route of the Belfast & Northern Counties Railway. V.G.C.£400 (617)
132 - £210 SINGLE LINE TABLET TYERS NO. 6, square tablet. Brass & steel construction, engraved “LIMAVADY/LIMAVADY JUNC 26”. This section is located on the Dungiven to Limavady Junction branch of the Belfast & Northern Counties Railway. V.G.C£420 (617)
133 - £240 SINGLE LINE TABLET TYERS NO.6. Brass & steel construction, engraved “SNEETTISHAM/HEACHAM 4”. This section is located on the Kings Lynn to Hunstanton route of the Great Eastern Railway. V.G.C.£440 (802)
134 - £125 SINGLE LINE TABLET TYERS NO. 6, fibre tablet. Engraved “TISTED/WEST MEON 11”. This section is located on the Meon Valley route, Alton to Farnham on the London & South Western Railway. V.G.C.£390 (802)
135 - £125 SINGLE LINE TABLET TYERS NO. 6, fibre tablet. Engraved “HEPSCOTT STN BOX/CHOPPINGTON COLY JN 16”. This section is located on the Bedlington to Morpeth section of the Blyth and Tyne route of the North Eastern Railway. V.G.C.£125 (802)
136 - £80 BR LOCO HEADLAMP, complete with vessel, burner, reflector & red slide. V.G.C.£150 (715)
137 - £80 BR LOCO HEADLAMP, complete with vessel, burner, reflector & red slide. V.G.C.£160 (715)
138 - £80 BR LOCO HEADLAMP, complete with vessel, burner, reflector & red slide. V.G.C.£140 (751)
139 - £50 BR TAIL LAMP, complete with vessel & burner. Repainted, ready to go. V.G.C.
140 - £110 BR LOCO HEADLAMP, complete with vessel, burner, reflector & red slide. V.G.C.£260 (791)
141 -£50 BR TAIL LAMP, complete with vessel & burner. Black, ready to go. V.G.C.
142 - £40 BR TAIL LAMP, complete with vessel & burner. White, ready to go. V.G.C.£40 (876)
143 - £15 “SULZER”. Aluminium ENGINE PLATE. 5 7/8” x 1 ¾”. Ex loco condition. £60 (842)
144 - £15 “SULZER”. Aluminium with copper coating ENGINE PLATE. 5 7/8” x 1 ¾”. Ex loco condition.£25 (610)
145 - £15 “ENGLISH ELECTRIC” LOCO ENGINE PLATE. Cast brass plated. 6 ¼” x 1”. Ex loco condition.£35 (610)
146 - £15 “ENGLISH ELECTRIC” LOCO ENGINE or EQUIPMENT PLATE. Small, cast aluminium. 4” x 5/8”. Ex service condition.£15 (610)
147 - £25 “ENGLISH ELECTRIC” ENGINE or EQUIPMENT PLATE. Cast steel, brass plated. 16” x 2 ¼”. Ex service condition.£25 (665)
148 - £15 "THE ENGLISH ELECTRIC CO LTD" EQUIPMENT PLATE, with central "EE" within a circle. Small, steel chromed. Complete with copper rivets. 6 7/8" x 1 1/4", Ex service condition.£40 (655)
149 - £25 “ENGLISH ELECTRIC” ENGINE PLATE. Cast steel, copper plated. Ex Class 20 locomotive. 10” x 2 ¼”. Ex loco condition. £60 (648)
150 - Estimate
£10,000 - £13,000
LOCOMOTIVE NAMEPLATE “THE LOYAL REGIMENT”, as carried by the LMS Fowler Royal Scot Class numbered 6158, later rebuilt by Stanier numbered 46158 under BR. Built Derby 1930. Emerging to traffic in August 1930, named ‘The Loyal Regiment’ on entering service. Allocations included Upperby, Crewe (N), Bushbury, Edge Hill, Longsight, Kentish Town, Willesden, Trafford Park, Annersley. Withdrawn in October 1963. A superb example of a single line Scot in ex loco condition, unpolished. 48 ½”long. Comes with mahogany display board. 48 ½” long.
151 - £110 BR LNER pattern LOCOMOTIVE HEADLAMP. Chimney embossed “BR”. In pristine condition with original vessel & red flip over lens. Perfect working order. £320 (791)
152 - £20 Aluminium LOCO MAKERS PLATE “BRUSH”, ‘88617’ painted to rear. 9 ¾” x 2 ¾”. Ex service condition. £30 (822)
153 - £20 RAILWAY PRESENTATION PEWTER TANKARD, engraved “2ND CHESHIRE ROYAL ENGINEERS RAILWAY VOLUNTEERS OFFICERS CUP 1902 MOMENTO WON BY LIEUT F.F. LENON – SCORE 78”, maker“BRITANNIA TRADEMARK PHILIP ASHBERRY & SONS, SHEFFIELD 82 IMPERIAL”.
154 - £20 LMS PRESENTATION ½ PINT EPNS TANKARD, engraved “FEDERATION OF LMS RIFLE CLUB LEAGUE 1927-1928”. Maker, Walker & Hall, Sheffield.
155 - £20 Two ABC COMBINED VOLUMES by Ian Allan, 1973 & 1975. Unmarked in very good condition. £30 (763)
156 - £25 POSTER - DR “SEE HOLLAND BY TRAIN” “NETHERLANDS RAILWAY”. Vibrant colours. Depicting tulip fields etc. £35 (752)
157 - £25 POSTER – DR “ROTTERDAM”. Depicting a photograph of the harbour & tower. Good condition. £25 (672)
158 -£25 POSTER – DR “HOLLAND BY RAIL” “NETHERLANDS RAILWAYS”. Photographic image of train passing Holland’s trademark windmills. V.G.C.£25 (672)
159 - £25 POSTER – DR “WE’RE OFF ON A DAY-LINE TICKET” “BRITISH RAILWAYS”. Depicting small child, happy & waving. V.G.C.
160 - £40 POSTER – DR “ROYAL TOURNAMENT EARLS COURT” “BRITISH RAIL”. Depicting an artists impression of the White Helmets motorcycle display rider. V.G.C.
161 - £175 ORIGINAL OIL ON CANVAS by Stephen T Bainbridge 2012. A very atmospheric image of three of Gresley’s finest, A3s , 60099 “CALL BOY” & 60093 “CORONACH” and V2 60882. Is this shed Carlisle canal? Image 17” x 14”. Attractively framed. V.G.C.£600 (829)
162 -£25 POSTER – DR LETTER PRESS “INTER – AVAILABILITY OF ORDINARY SEASON AND TRADERS TICKETS, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAN ON AND FROM 1ST JULY 1920”, with a further 8 lines of text, issued by the Railway Clearing House, London. June 1920. In a very distressed state, very fragile, needs conserving. Perhaps one for the discerning ticket collector.
163 - £25 POSTER – LETTERPRESS “RAILWAY NOTICE CONVEYANCE BY RAIL OF RETURNED EMPTIES CARRIED OTHERWISE WHEN FULL”, with fourteen further lines of text, issued by the Railway Clearing House January 1921. In distressed state, but worth conserving. 14” x 24”.
164 - £25 POSTER – QR LETTERPRESS “NEW THROUGH SERVICE TO AND FROM MANCHESTER (VICTORIA), BOLTON, BLACKBURN, ACCRINGTON, COLNE & C ++ RESTAURANT CARS BETWEEN LONDON (ST PANCRAS) & MANCHESTER (VICTORIA) FOR PARTICULARS OF TRAINS SEE MIDLAND TIMETABLES, DERBY MAY 1920. FRANK TETLOW, GENERAL MANAGER”. In distressed & frail state, worth conserving.£30 (619)
165 - £30 SIGNED LTD EDITION PRINT (NO. 372 of 850) “KING GEORGE V” 6000 leaving Dainton Tunnel with “The Royal Duchy” signed by the artist Terence Cuneo and Peter Prior. Beautifully framed & glazed with official certificate affixed to the back. Image 26” x 20”. Sorry for the poor picture, as photographing through glass is not good. This print is ten times better than my photo. Ready to hang,130 (840)
166 - £30 SIGNED LTD EDITION PRINT (NO.539 of 850) “CITY OF LONDON” ‘46245’ leaving Primrose Hill Tunnel on the up Caledonian, circa late 1950s. Signed by the artist Terence Cuneo. Image 24” x 17”. Beautifully framed & glazed for Adtranz. Ready to hang. 220 (855)
167 - £30 SIGNED LTD EDITION PRINT (NO. 1 of 850) “LE SHUTTLE”. Commemorative Ltd edition print signed by the artist Terence Cuneo, also signed by the joint Chairman of Euro Tunnel Sir Alastair Morton and Andre Beliard. Image 24” x 17”. Beautifully framed & glazed. Ready to hang.£110 (696)
168 -£30 GREAT NORTHERN 1470 WATERCOLOUR PRINT by unknown artist. Published by the Railway magazine. Superb image mounted with all statistics given below in workshop style. Image 18” x 11”. Beautifully framed & glazed.
169 - £30 A sepia OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPH of L&NWR Claughton Class 1914 “PATRIOT”. This image was taken on the old Chester line, used by this time as the route into Crewe works from the old works entrance, often used for photographic records. Image 15” x 9”. Attractively framed, mounted and glazed. Ready to hang.£70 (418)
170 -£25 CARRIAGE PRINT “WEST WYCOMBE, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE” from a watercolour by Horace Wright. From the LNER Post War Series. Original frame & glazed. V.G.C.£40 (852)
171 - £25 CARRIAGE PRINT “THE CASTLE INVERNESS” from a watercolour by Blake. From the Scottish Region Series. Original type frame & glazed. V.G.C.£45 (696)
172 - £25 CARRIAGE PRINT “MELROSE ABBEY, ROXBURGHSHIRE”, from a watercolour by Squirrel. From the LNER Post War Series. Original frame & glazed. V.G.C.£70 (848)
173 - £25 CARRIAGE PRINT “THE LANGDALE VALLEY NEAR AMBLESIDE LAKE DISTRICT GO BY TRAIN TO WINDERMERE, from a watercolour by Green. From the London Midland (D) Series. Original frame & glazed. £85 (859)
174 - £25 CARRIAGE PRINT “THE LUNE VALLEY NEAR TEBAY WESTMORLAND SEE BRITAIN BY TRAIN”, from a watercolour by Greene, from the London Midland (D) Series. Original frame & glazed. V.G.C.£50 (701)
175 - £25 CARRIAGE PRINT “BILDESTON SUFFOLK”, from a watercolour by Wright, from the LNER Post War Series. Original frame & glazed. V.G.C.£25 (786)
176 - £25 CARRIAGE PRINT ‘BR SOUTHERN’ “GET AWAY FOR A DAY BY TRAIN “, artwork by Bromfield. Framed & glazed. V.G.C.£60 (819)
177 - £25 CARRIAGE PRINT “LONDON UNDERGROUND TRANSPORT” ROUTE MAP, Aylesbury to North Harrow. Framed & glazed. V.G.C£125 (643)
178 - £25 CARRIAGE PRINT “BRITISH RAILWAYS SOUTHERN REGION SURBURBAN SYSTEM” ROUTE MAP. Framed & glazed. V.G.C.£60 (657)
179 -£25 CARRIAGE PRINT “BRITISH RAILWAYS, A JOB ON THE RIGHT LINES”. Original type frame & glazed. V.G.C.£90 (727)
180 - £25 CARRIAGE PRINT “BRITISH RAILWAYS SOUTHERN PASSENGER SERVICES”. Original type frame & glazed. V.G.C. £170 (611)
181 - £25 CARRIAGE PRINT “SCOTTISH TOURS”, Scottish Bus Group advertisement. Framed & glazed. V.G.C.£45 (727)
182 -£25 CARRIAGE PRINT “INTERCITY” “POLICE NOTICE THEY’D NOTICE IF YOU DROVE TO LONDON AT 110 MPH”. Framed & glazed. V.G.C.£50 (722)
183 - £25 CARRIAGE PRINT “INTERCITY”, Edinburgh to London, 17 trains a day. Framed & glazed. £60 (722)
184 - £45 CARRIAGE PRINT “LONDON, THE RIVER THAMES AT PUTNEY” from a watercolour by Wilson, from the LNER Post War Series. Original type frame & glazed. V.G.C.£95 (786)
185 - £45 CARRIAGE PRINT “BRAINTREE ESSEX” from a watercolour by Blake, from the LNER Post War Series. Original type frame, glazed. V.G.C.£45 (819)
186 - £20 Two EPNS MUSTARD SPOONS engraved “BTHS” (British Transport Hotels). In very good condition.
187 - £25 NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY MUSTARD SPOON engraved “ROYAL STATION HOTEL”. In superb condition.£25 (830)
188 - £25 LMS ebonised and brass STAMP “LMS” “RUTHWELL”. Ruthwell was an ex Glasgow & South Western Railway station between Annan and Dumfries. Very good condition. £80 (820)
189 - £20 ½ PINT CORDIAL CLASS, acid etched “GWR HOTELS” in pre grouping style. Fluted glass, no chips or crack. V.G.C.£20 (412)
190 - £20 CORDIAL GLASS, acid etched with the South African Railway Coat of Arms. Very nice item, no chips or cracks. V.G.C.
191 - £75 LNER high speed train silver-plated SUGAR SIFTER with the LNER high speed logo engraved to the body. Typical art deco form, stands 6” high approx.. Used on the Silver Jubilee, Coronation & West Riding Limited Expresses. Very good, used condition. £270 (801)
192 - £75 LNER high speed train silver-plated COFFEE POT with the LNER high speed logo engraved to the body. Typical art deco form, stands 6” high approx. Used on the Silver Jubilee, Coronation & West Riding Limited Expresses. Very good, used condition.£230 (801)
193 - £75 LNER high speed train silver-plated TEA POT with the LNER high speed logo engraved to the body. Typical art deco form, stands 6” high approx. Used on the Silver Jubilee, Coronation & West Riding Limited Expresses. Very good, used condition. £120 (801)
194 - £25 A VICTORIAN POLICE LAMP, body stamped but illegible to us. Has folding handle. £25 (690)
195 - £30 Six brass “FESTINIOG RAILWAY COMPANY” TUNIC BUTTONS. Totally original condition. 3 x manufactured by Pearson & Huggins, Bristol. 3 x manufactured by J. Smith, Derby. 7/8” diameter. £30 (600)
196 - £30 LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY EPNS 1 PINT TANKARD, engraved with an image of Britannia with “L&NWR” beneath to the body. Maker. Rogers & Sons, Sheffield, stamped “GR PINT H 22”. V.G.C.
197 - £40 LNER LOCOMOTIVE WORKS NUMBERPLATE BR OVERSTRIP “61062”, as carried by Thompson B1 Class. Built by NBLC, originally 1062, emerging to traffic August 1946 to Neville Hill, Thornaby 1959, York North 1960, withdrawn in 1964. Repainted face, ex loco back. Cast brass. £60 (707)
198 - £40 LNER LOCOMOTIVE WORKS NUMBERPLATE BR OVERSTRIP “65727” as carried by Worsdell Class J25. Built at Gateshead Works, emerging to traffic November 1902. Allocations included on loan to GWR 1940 until 1946, then Heaton, Blyth (N). Withdrawn in 1961. Original number 2142, 5727 (1946), 65727 (1952). V.G.C £110 (769)
199 - £20 Stainless steel “RHODESIA RAILWAYS” SUGAR POT, with hinged cover engraved “RHODESIA RAILWAYS” within a belted cypher to the body. Maker “WMF GERMANY” engraved to the underside. 5 ½” x 4 ½”.SOLD
200 -Estimate
£5000 - £8000
LOCOMOTIVE NAMEPLATE “NIGERIA”, as carried by the LMS Stanier Jubilee Class 5619 later 45619, built Crewe Works. Emerging to traffic October 1934, allocations include Leeds Holbeck from 1948 until withdrawn in August 1961. Probably always at this Depot. Lightly polished, ex loco back with one pop mark denoting left hand side. £7100 (815)
201 - £50 EPNS LNER LIGHTHOUSE SUGAR SIFTER engraved “LNER” to the body. Very good used condition. 6” tall. £60 (831)
202 - £40 BRASS SIGNAL PLUNGER engraved “PUSH TO RELEASE UP PLUNGER”. Very good condition. £40 (876)
203 - £40 SIGNALBOX PLUNGER (brass) engraved, “PUSH TO RELEASE” over-plated “7”. V.G.C.£70 (608)
204 - £400 TOTEM – “LOUGHBOROUGH JUNCTION” (S) FF. Located on the London, Chatham & Dover line situated in the borough of Lambeth between Elephant & Castle and Herne Hill. Couple of edge chips & nibbles. Super colour & shine. £1000 (880)
205 - £2500 TOTEM – “KNUTSFORD” (M) FF, wall mounted face drilled. Located on the C.L.C Main Line to Chester, situated between Mobberley and Plumbley. In excellent condition, a couple of well executed chip repairs around fixing holes and one small repair under the left of the ‘K’. This totem would have been out of the weather being fastened to the back wall of the canopy on the Manchester side. Super colour & shine. Much sort-after totem.£2700 (637)
206 - £300 SOUTHERN RAILWAY TARGET STATION SIGN “PENGE EAST”. Located on the Chatham Main Line and situated seven miles from London Victoria. Opened by the London, Chatham & Dover Railway. Usual edge nibbles, good colour & shine. Very good condition. 36” long.£800 (757)
207 - £1500 TOTEM (M) FF “GATLEY”. Located on the LNWR line between Alderley Edge and Cheadle, known as the Styal line. Opened in 1909, this totem according to records has not been in auction before and is very rare. Has very few edge nibbles only. Good colour & shine. £1500 (735)
208 - £100 FURNESS RAILWAY GATE NOTICE (enamel) “FR WARNING GATES MUST NOT BE OPENED UNTIL IT HAS BEEN ASCERTAINED THAT THE LINE IS CLEAR IN BOTH DIRECTIONS”. Good colour but does have loss of metal and enamel in places. On the whole an uncommon survivor. 18” x 18” .£130 (733)
209 - £25 POSTER – LETTERPRESS “BARGAIN WINTER TRAIN TRAVEL TO DUBLIN GO PLACES WITH C.I.E”. 19” x 30”. V.G.C.£25 (876)
210 - £25 LARGE WORKS PHOTOGRAPH of ‘GWR 6000 “KING GEORGE V” posed outside the works at Swindon with rods down. This photo is framed & glazed and measures 53” x 30”. A stunning image that once was displayed at Worcester and then Gloucester R&M offices 1950s/60s.£25 (800)
211 - £60
EPNS MIDLAND HOTEL FOOD WARMER, complete with stand, spirit burner and snuffer with fitted plate stamped “MIDLAND HOTEL MANCHESTER”. 13 “ x 5 ½” overall. Used condition.
212 - £50 EPNS CREAM JUG engraved “LNER RCGE”. ‘Refreshment Cars Great Eastern’ . Very good undamaged condition, perhaps from Liverpool St. Station. 4” high.
213 - £25 MIDLAND & GREAT NORTHERN JOINT RAILWAY CAP BADGE “MID&GNR” in nickel. Complete with original back loops & pin. 3” x ½”. V.G.C. £25 (600)
214 - £20 LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RLY CERAMIC CREAM TOT. Potted by Minton. No damage. 2” high. £20 (632)
215 - £20 LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RLY CERAMIC CREAM TOT. 1 ¾” high, 1 ½” diameter at base. Transfer a little rubbed. Potted by Minton. No damage.
216 - £20 GREAT CENTRAL RAILWAY GLASS INK WELL, engraved “GCR”. Heavy glass, 2” high, 3 ½” diameter at base. No damage.£20 (750)
217 - £50 LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY IVORINE PASS, for Crewe Loco Works. V.G.C.£70 (789)
218 -£15 “LMS” under-glazed branded ceramic TEA CUP. No potters mark. 3” high, 3” diameter. No chips or cracks. V.G.C.
219 - £25 LMS CARS ½ PINT GLASS, acid etched with laurel leaf & bow with ‘LMS CARS’ to the centre. No chips or cracks. 5” high, 3” diameter. Good condition. £25 (824)
220 - £15 Plastic BEAKER, branded ‘LMS’ in red, probably used in sleeping cars. 4” high, 2 ¾” diameter. Branded on the underneath “MADE IN ENGLAND”. This is probably a form of bakelite. V.G.C.£15 (783)
221 - £20 L&NWR CERAMIC BUTTER DISH, transfer printed with L&NWR transfer. Potted by Minton. Miniscule chip to rim, hardly noticeable. 2 ½ diameter. 1 ½”high. V.G.C.£20 (783)
222 - £20 “LMS” monochrome ceramic dinner plate. Potted by ‘North Staffordshire Pottery Co. Ltd Cobridge’. 9 ½”diameter. No chips or cracks.
223 - £20 1 PINT PEWTER TANKARD. Engraved “PICCADILLY CIRCUS NEW STATION DECEMBER 1925” to underside “JAMES WALKER LTD 350/354 HIGH ROAD CHISWICK”. In as used condition.
224 - £200 GWR STATION SEAT, post grouping era with roundel designed cast iron end . Timber will need a little tlc, one seat plank has rot, otherwise in good condition. Reserve reflects wood loss. £420 (801)
225 - £250 SIGNALBOX BOARD “THORP ARCH EAST”. Located on the NER Line from Harrogate to Church Fenton situated between Wetherby and Newton Kyme. Approx. 72” long. In need of some repair. £440 (635)
226 - £50 LONDON STREET NAMEPLATE “CITY OF WESTMINSTER” “MARKET MEWS W1”. The Mayfair area of London where the rich and famous live. Pressed aluminium. Approx. 32” x 15”. £240 (746)
227 - £150 CAST IRON SIGN “BIRMINGHAM CANAL NAVIGATIONS NOTICE”, relating to bridge restrictions. V.G.C. 32” x 16”.
228 - £200 RUNNING IN STATION NAMEBOARD “ALFORD TOWN” (enamel). Located on the GNR route from Boston to Grimsby, situated between Willoughby and Aby. In two sections over all approx. 9ft. Very good condition, in its original frame. There is a picture of this sign affixed to the station buildings on the Lincolnshire Railway Gallery website.£550 (428)
229 - £50 LONDON STREET NAMEPLATE “CITY OF WESTMINSTER” “PARK ST W1”, Mayfair area. You need an awful lot of pennies to live here. Pressed aluminium. V.G.C. Approx. 32” x 15”. £260 (746)
230 - £40 CAST IRON SIGN “3 IN SV TO SHUT OFF WATER TO CATTLE DOCK AND STEAM CRANE”. Repainted face. Approx. 24” x 12”. £80 (676)
231 - £60 Full set of LNER CAST IRON MILE MARKERS “96” ¼” , ½”, ¾”. Very good condition.£80 (422)
232 - £50 GROUND SIGNAL, in as found state, hence low reserve. £180 (869)
233 - £60 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “ANDREW BARCLAY & SONS CO. LTD KILMARNOCK CALEDONIA WORKS NO. 559 1970”, as carried by 0-6-0 diesel shunter. Cast aluminium. 10” x 7 ½”. £170 (802)
234 - £40 37 diecast waterline WARSHIP MODELS, 1st & 2nd World War types including Bismarck & HMS Vanguard. Numerous manufacturers.£40 (876)
235 - £60 BR 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, brass plated “KINGS CROSS PASS BR (E)”. Complete with all glasses, vessel etc. Ex service. V.G.C.£80 (707)
236 - £150 L&YR 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, body stamped “LYR BURNLEY BANK TOP 1204” (Burnley to Nelson line station), brass trigger stamped “LYR”. Complete with excellent large slatted glasses. Original stamped ‘LYR’ vessel, ‘LMS’ stamped burner. Very good bullseye lens. Repainted. £260 (645)
237 - £150 VICTORIAN/EDWARDIAN PRESENTATION BRACKET CLOCK with brass plate reading “PRESENTED BY THE STAFF OF THE L&NWR AT MILFORD & BROCTON TO MR B. BUNKER ON HIS PROMOTION AS STATION MASTER AT KENTON JULY 1912”. Ornated light oak wooden case with broken arch pediment and Grecian pillars. Strikes the hour. 18” high and 12” wide, 6 ½” run back. Would grace any railway room. Very good condition. £245 (878)
238 - £150 POSTER (motoring) “BP PLUSSED” “NON PLUSSED”. Depicting the fox hunt wondering where the fox has gone, he has hitched a ride on the trunk of a passing car. Unusual poster conserved on linen. In very good condition. One for the petrol heads!. 44” x 30”. £200 (870)
239 - £120 SHEDPLATE “9J” Agecroft 1963-66, ex L&YR Depot with an allocation of 36 locos during 1963, mainly mixed traffic locos. Repainted a long time ago. £120 (619)
240 - £50 Cast brass MAKERS PLATE “DANIEL ADAMSON & CO ENGINEERING WORKS DUKINFIELD NEAR MANCHESTER NO. 8662 1929” probably from a Lancashire boiler. ‘Dan’s’ as it was known locally, was a family business from 1842 to 1964, producing a vast array of items including mill engines & locos for slate mining etc, etc, etc. 9 ¼” x 5”. £270 (405)
241 - £100 Copper STATION LAMP TOP LANTERN, GWR pattern, complete with frog. One pane of glass absent. In sound condition. Stands 36” total height. Lantern 13” x 26”. £140 (874)
242 - £150 L&YR STATION WARNING BELL (large) bronze, “LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY” embossed around the edge of the bell. These bells would have been usually outside a signal box cabin adjacent to the station and rung as a non-stopping train was approaching. Totally unrestored condition. 10” high with a 10” diameter mouth. Clapper absent. £500 (844)
243 - £40 HST DESTINATION BLIND including “THE FLYING SCOTSMANS” & “THE TALISMAN SERVICES”. Totally intact on original rollers. 19” wide. Very good condition. £110 (727)
244 - £100


FIRST EDITION 19TH CENTURY HARDBACK LEATHER BOUND BOOK “THE PRACTICAL RAILWAY ENGINEER” “EXAMPLES OF THE MECHANICAL AND ENGINEERING OPERATIONS AND STRUCTURES COMBINED IN THE MAKING OF A RAILWAY” by G. Drysdale Dempsey C.E. Published by John Weale, 59 High Holborn 1847. Printed by W. Hughes, Kings Head Court, Gough Square. The spine is embossed gold leaf. The spine and boards are original but have been conserved very well. Some foxing to pages, but to be expected after 174 years. 9 ¼” x 11 ¼”. 157 pages of script and 50 plates.£160 (431)
245 - £30 WAITING ROOM POSTER “WOLSEY GATE, IPSWICH”, from a watercolour by Cattermole. In its original frame & glazed. Excellent condition. 25” x 32”.
246 - £30 POSTER DR – “LNER” FURNITURE REMOVALS CURRIE’S”. Very good condition for its age.£30 (865)
247 - £30 POSTER QR – “LMS THE CALL OF THE HILLS AND THE SEA – CAMPBELTOWN”. Loss to top right hand corner, nicks and small tears to corners and edges.
248 - £25 “GWR NOTICE PASSENGERS JOINING RAIL MOTOR CARS AND TRAINS AT STATION MUST OBTAIN TICKETS AT THE BOOKING OFFICE, PADDINGTON OCTOBER 1931 JAMES MILNE GEN MANAGER”. Framed & glazed. Approx. 8” x 15”. £40 (781)
249 - £15 STEEL TEMPLATE, stamped “G.C RY BS 95R 1922 STEEL PEECH & TOZER LTD, SHEFFIELD”. Approx. 6” x 2”. £30 (750)
250 - £70 SHEDPLATE “41A” Darnall 1955-1964, ex GCR Sheffield Depot with an allocation on average of 100 locos including D11 Directors. Repainted face, clean back. V.G.C. . £70 (802)
251 - £80 SHEDPLATE “16C” Kirkby in Ashfield 1948-1955, ex MR Depot with an allocation of approx. 60 locos, 1955-1960 Mansfield with an allocation of approx. 30 locos, 1960 -1973 Derby with an allocation of approx. 40 locos. Repainted face, clean back. V.G.C.
252 - £25 WAGON PLATE “LNER HD 7 TONS 01179 TIMBER BOGIE”. Restored condition. £25 (605)
253 - £25 WAGON PLATE “NER HD 01182 TIMBER BOGIE” Hull Docks. Restored condition. £25 (809)
254 - £30 WAGON PLATE “RETURN EMPTY TO DITTON SLEEPER DEPOT”, embossed cast aluminium. Ex service condition. £40 (413)
255- £30 Cast iron MAKERS PLATE “R.D. WHITE & SONS ENG LTD MAKERS OF POINTS & CROSSINGS RAILS SLEEPERS, TELE-2425 WIDNES LANCS”. £30 (750)
256 - £75 ORIGINAL OIL ON CANVAS, Britannia Pacific 70021 ‘Morning Star’ rests on Willesden shed at dusk. Well executed image of these beautiful locomotives by Joe Townend. Framed image. 20” x 16”.£85 (855)
257 - £125 ORIGINAL OIL ON CANVAS, a well-executed image of Stanier Class 5 and Stanier Jubilee 45559 “BRITISH COLUMBIA” departing Manchester Exchange mid 1950s by Joe Townend. 30” x 24” unframed. £125 (418)
258 - £125 ORIGINAL OIL ON CANVAS, a well-executed image of Stanier Jubilee 45712 “VICTORY” waiting for the right of way off Manchester Central, by Joe Townend. Unframed 24” x 18”. £190 (714)
259 - £125 ORIGINAL OIL ON CANVAS, well executed image of a Riddles W.D drifting through Stockport Tiviot Dale with a train of vans, by Joe Townend. Unframed. 24” x 18”. £125 (418)
260 - £150 GERMAN NAZI EAGLE EMBLEM, carried by the coaching stock and some loco tenders during the 1930’s and during the 2nd World War. Cast aluminium. 24” long.£1600 (613)
261 - £90 SHEDPLATE “8B” Warrington Dallam 1923 until closure 1967, ex L&NWR Depot with an allocation of approx. 60 locos in 1959, mainly freight types. Ex service condition. £90 (683)
262 - £200 SHEDPLATE “17B” Burton, ex Midland Depot with an allocation of 80 locos during 1960, mainly freight and mixed traffic locos. Repainted face. £320 (684)
263 - £100 SHEDPLATE “9B” Stockport Edgeley 1935-1968, ex LNWR Depot, with an allocation of 22 locos in 1960, mainly mixed traffic. Repainted face, none standard layout but correct. SOLD
264 - £150 SHEDPLATE “52A” Gateshead 1950-1973, ex NER Depot with an allocation of 129 locos in 1960, including eight A4s, fourteen A1s, three A2/3s and thirteen A3 Pacifics. Repainted face.£240 (751)
265 - £90 SHEDPLATE “55H” Neville Hill (Leeds) 1960-1973, ex LNWR Depot with an allocation of 52 locos in 1960, including five A3 Pacifics. Repainted face. £130 (720)
266 - £70 SHEDPLATE “55C” 1956-1966 Farnley Junction, ex LNWR Dept with an allocation of 35 locos in 1960. Repainted face. £100 (683)
267 - £90 SHEDPLATE “10A” Springs Branch Wigan 1948-1958, ex LNWR Depot with an allocation of 50 locos. Carnforth 1963-1968, allocation 35 locos. Repainted face. £240 (402)
268 - £70 SHEDPLATE “55A” (Leeds) Holbeck 1957-1973, ex Midland dept with an allocation of 46 locos in 1960. Including 2 x Britannia Pacifics. Repainted face. £80 (802)
269 - £70 SHEDPLATE “55B” Stourton 1957-1967. Ex Midland dept, with an allocation of 35 locos, York 1967-1973 ex NER dept. Allocation of diesel locos eventually becoming home to the National Railway Museum. Repainted face. £100 (823)
270 - £300 TOTEM (M) HF “GUIDE BRIDGE”. Opened by the Sheffield, Ashton Under Lyne & Manchester Railway, located between Hyde North & Fairfield. Not in the best condition, but it is worth restoring. Not common. £500 (668)
271 - £50 STATION INDICATOR FINGERBOARD “ALL STATIONS TO LEE, FAST TO WATERLOO, CHARING CROSS, NOT CALLING AT LONDON BRIDGE”. Double sided 48” x 6”. Wooden construction with metal protective strips. £50 (876)
272 - £50 STATION INDICATOR FINGERBOARD “LONDON BRIDGE AND CANNON STREET”. Double sided 48” x 6”. Wooden construction with metal protective strips. £140 (855)
273 - £50 STATION INDICATOR FINGERBOARD “SOUTH CROYDON” PURLEY OAKS, PURLEY. Front “CATERHAM”, rear “TATTENHAM CORNER”. Double sided 48” x 6”. Wooden construction with metal protective strips.£50 (849)
274 - £150 DEPOT PLAQUE “MARGAM”, depicting the red kite of Margam. This plaque is Margam’s own plaque, not carried by a loco but affixed to the depots wall, so although un-carried by a loco it was carried by the Depot as Margam’s emblem. 17 ¾” x 17 ¾”. V.G.C.£270 (722)
275 - £200 DEPOT PLAQUE “TOTON”, depicting the cooling towers, small version carried by Class 58 locos. V.G.C. 11” x 11”. £430 (850)
276 - £140 GWR 3 ASPECT COPPER TOP HANDLAMP, beautifully restored. Complete with all glasses, correct copper & brass vessel and burner. Brass makers plate “WRIGHTS” affixed to the reducing cone and the body stamped “GWR”. V.G.C.£265 (426)
277 - £150 GWR 3 ASPECT COPPER TOP HANDLAMP with acid etched lens. Complete with all glasses & fittings, brass plated “7737”. In ex service condition. V.G.C.£150 (715)
278 - £90 BR(W) shaped STATION DESTINATION FINGER BOARD with painted arrow “BIRMINGHAM, DERBY, SHEFFIELD, LEEDS”. Double sided with steel fixing brackets and protective bead to end. 40” x 8 ½”. V.G.C.£100 (881)
279 - £300 A L&NER SIGNAL BOX NAMEBOARD “MOTTRAM NO. 1”. A GCR type with 25 levers, this box was located on the mainline from Manchester to Sheffield, situated between Godley and Hadfield. In totally ex box condition, wooden with metal letters. Sound, no rot or loss. 66” x 10”. V.G.C.£900 (768)
280 - £350 GREAT CENTRAL RAILWAY SIGNAL BOX NAMEBOARD “HYDE JC”. This box was a GCR Type 5 with 44 levers. Located a the junction for Hyde, situated between Guide Bridge and Godley main electric line Manchester to Sheffield. In totally ex box condition, wooden with metal letters. Sound, no rot or loss. 55” x 9 ½”. V.G.C.£1250 (603)
281 - £40 LNER SWITCHING OUT INSTRUMENT, in lovely condition. 15” x 6”.£50 (802)
282 - £50 GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY BRIDGE PLATE (cast iron) “GNR 13”. Repainted face, ex bridge back. V.G.C.£50 (867)
283 - £40 MIDLAND RAILWAY “BEWARE OF TRAINS” untitled, cast iron sign. Repainted face & back. 22” x 15”. £70 (653)
284 - £40 HOME SIGNAL FINIAL BR(W) (cast iron). Repainted. Very good condition. 23 ½” tall.£60 (665)
285 - £75 CALEDONIAN RAILWAY SIGNAL FINIAL (cast iron). Stevens pattern. Original condition. 28” tall. V.G.C.£100 (777)
286 - £60 GREAT CENTRAL RAILWAY STOP VALVE PLATE “G.C.R 8 IN S V 4FT”. Cast iron. 18” x 13”. Ex service condition. V.G.C.£60 (676)
287 - £400 LOCOMOTIVE SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “61948” as carried by ex LNER Gresley K3, built at North British Loco Co. Glasgow. Emerging to traffic in September 1935, allocations included March from 1948. Withdrawn March 1962. Restored face, ex loco back. £520 (683)
288 - £120 SHEDPLATE “1A” Willesden 1935-1973. With an allocation of 133 locos in 1960, mainly freight and mixed traffic types. Repainted face & back. SOLD
289 - £120 SHEDPLATE “5A” Crewe North 1948-1965. Ex LNWR with an allocation of 77 locos in 1960, including 5 Princess Royals and “The Duke of Gloucester” Repainted face & back.£220 (720)
290 - £90 SHEDPLATE “8B” Warrington Dallam 1935-1967. Ex LMS Depot with an allocation of 51 locos in 1960, mainly mixed traffic locos, ex loco condition. £200 (402)
291 - £150 SHEDPLATE “9K” Bolton 1963-1968. Ex L&Y Depot with an allocation of 39 locos in 1963. Repainted face & back. £270 (409)
292 - £120 SHEDPLATE “14A” Cricklewood East 1935-1973. With an allocation of 70 locos in 1960 mainly freight & mixed traffic locos. Repainted face, ex loco back. SOLD
293 - £90 SHEDPLATE “16C” Kirkby In Ashfield 1948-1955. Ex MR Depot with an allocation of 60 locos, code reallocated to Mansfield 1955-1960 then Derby 1960 - 1973. Repainted face, ex loco back. £70 (810) P
294 - £100 SHEDPLATE “24B” Rose Grove 1948-1963. Ex L&Y Depot with an allocation of 35 locos in 1960, mainly mixed traffic locos. Ex loco condition. £180 (822)
295 - £90 SHEDPLATE ‘24C’ Lostock Hall 1948-1963. Ex L&Y Depot with an allocation of 27 locos in 1960, mainly tank locos. Ex loco condition. £470 (821)
296 - £100 SHEDPLATE “31B” March 1950-1973. Ex GER Depot with an allocation of 128 locos in 1956 including 9 B17 Sandringham’s. Repainted face, ex loco back. This plate was removed off diesel loco D5600 Brush Type 2 AIA-AIA. Good condition.£100 (802)
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298 - £70 LNER LEATHER CASH BAG, brass plated “AUTHORPE TO ALFORDTOWN”, located on the GNR Main Line from Boston to Grimsby, situated between Willoughby and Louth, Lincs. In good condition, strap & buckle absent, but retains part of its brass engraved “LNER” catch. 11” x 7”.£280 (607)
299 - £70 LNER STATION OFFICE DRUM LAMP, brass plated “LNER AUTHORPE”. Authorpe is located on the GNR Main Line from Boston to Grimsby, situated between Aby and Legbourne Road. Complete with burner & glass funnel. Stands 15” high. Polished condition, very nice item. £320 (607)
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LOCOMOTIVE NAMEPLATE “LORD RUTHERFORD OF NELSON”, as carried by the LMS Stanier Jubilee Class No. 45665, built at Crewe Works. Emerging to traffic in November 1935, allocations included Kentish Town, Corkerhill, Polmadie. Withdrawn from Corkerhill in December 1962. Named after the scientist that split the atom. This is one of only two double line Jubilee nameplates making this nameplate especially desirable. Ex service condition. 46” long.
301 - £80
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, double pie crust, brass plated “GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY, HORNCASTLE NO.1 “. Horncastle Station was located at the end of GNR branch line from Woodhall Junction, closed to passengers in 1954 to freight in 1971. Complete with all glasses and retains its original fore and aft vessel stamped “11952”, also body stamped “”GNR 14252”, reducing cone stamped “GNR W9/05. V.G.C.£350 (607)
302 - £50 L&YR OIL CAN, brass plated “P WAY BOLTON”, complete with brass screw cap and steel retaining chain. Repainted. 8 ½ high x 4 ½” diameter.£130 (425)
303 - £100 NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY BLOCKBELL & TAPPER, plated “NORTH JUNCTION PASSENGER” from the Hull area. Mushroom shaped bell 6” diameter. Replacement fixing nuts to right case side and bell mount. V.G.C£140 (610)
304 - £90 STANIER LOCOMOTIVE DRIVER’S SEAT as fitted to many of his designs from humble freight locos to his ‘Princess Coronations’. Manufactured in elm with steel fixing assembly, which enabled it to fold away to the cabside. Totally complete and in as removed condition. Very good item. 14” x 16”. V.G.C.£90 (715)
305 - £30 GWR LOCOMOTIVE CUT OFF INDICATOR PLATE (cast brass). Retrieved from Churchward 45XX, 2-6-2 T loco number 4557. Built at Swindon Works, it emerged to traffic in 1924. Allocations include Neyland 1953 until withdrawal in 1962. Very good ex loco condition. 15 ½” x 3”. £90 (770)
306 - £35 GWR LOCOMOTIVE WATER TANK GAUGE PLATE (cast brass). Retrieved from Churchward 45XX. Details of loco as Lot 305. Very good ex loco condition. 17” x 3 ½”.£90 (770)
307 - £30 GNR LOCOMOTIVE STEAM PRESSURE GAUGE 0-150lbs, manufactured in brass by “Schaffer & Budenberg Ltd. Manchester”. 4” diameter dial. Solid cast brass flange. In very good condition. £50 (835)
308 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “TRAVEL IN 1875 LONDON & NORTH WESTERN NORTHBOUND”, from a watercolour by Hamilton Ellis from the Travel in Series. Complete in its original frame & glazed. In ex compartment condition.£30 (418)
309 - £35 MODERN IMAGE LONDON MIDLAND STATION SIGN “BARNT GREEN”. Located on the Midland Main Line between Birmingham and Worcester. 46” x 14” steel box section. V.G.C.£85 (417)
310 - £35 SOUTH WEST TRAINS STATION NAME BOARD “SHERBOURNE”. Located on the west of England Main Line situated between Templecombe and Yeovil Jct. We suspect this board belonged to the previous owning company as this sign is a vinyl sticker, stuck over the original sign. Board is 7ft x 1ft. Sound condition. £35 (803)
311 - £35 BR MODERN IMAGE STATION SIGN “SHERBOURNE”. Pressed aluminium. Fair condition. 48” x 13”.£35 (803)
312 - £70 TIN PLATE ADVERTISING SIGN “CHERRY BLOSSOM SHOE POLISH”, depicting three kittens sitting in three shoes. Superb image. Perfect condition. 17 ½” x 26 ½”.£70 (619)
313 - £30 BR VACUUM GAUGE, brass construction by “TOMEY, BIRMINGHAM”. 1” diameter rail. In pristine condition.£30 (745)
314 - £80 3 ASPECT LMS HANDLAMP, complete with all slatted glasses, unmarked vessel with “LMS” stamped burner, cowled front lens. In ex service condition, body embossed “LMS”. Very good condition.
315 - £80 “LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY TABLE OF PASSENGER FARES FROM NORTHORPE STATION”, dated 1920. A totally original notice presented in a framed & glazed mount. Table 23” x 18”. V.G.C. A very interesting document, over 100 years old. £170 (709)
316 - £80 “LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY TABLE OF PASSENGER FARES FROM CLITHEROE” “DATED 1923” “CLITHEROE” is stamped In ink and has faded over the years, still discernible. Table 24” x 19” displayed in an oak glazed wall mounted notice board, hinged door front. A very interesting document, over 100 years old. £170 (709)
317 - £70 BR FIRING SHOVEL manufactured by Lucas (Sheffield) and stamped “E&W LUCAN BR” to the socket. In well used condition, this shovel has seen some action. Total length 40”, shovel blade 19”.
318 - £150
ABC COMBINED VOLUME by Ian Allan ‘Winter 1953/54’, in pristine condition, very tight bound, no markings at all. Alas the paper dust cover has not lasted well and is only part there, as can be seen in our picture. £240 (642)
319 - £30 ABC REGIONAL BOOKLETS, by Ian Allan ‘LM Winter 1956/57’ front cover does have a date written. ‘LM SUMMER 1962’, ‘DIESELS 1958’, ‘ BR STEAM LOCOS 1965’. In total unmarked and very good condition. £30 (813)
320 - £120 SHEDPLATE “55A” Holbeck 1957-1973, ex Midland Depot with an allocation of 55 locos in 1961 including 2 x Britannias and 9 x A3 Pacifics. Ex loco condition. £140 (865)
321 - £450 TOTEM – “NAIRN” (SC) FF. Located on the Highland Railway line from Inverness to Keith situated between Gollanfield Jct and Brodie. Super colour and shine. Has four well executed chips, none affecting the letters and do not detract.£1350 (649)
322 - £30 MODERN IMAGE SIGN “ROBIN HOOD LINE”. The Robin Hood Line runs from Nottingham to Worksop, the stations between Shirebrook and Whitwell are in Derbyshire, operated by East Midlands Railway. Made of a resin type material. 47” x 8”. V.G.C.£50 (430)
323 - £650 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “92223” as carried by Riddles Standard Class 9F heavy freight loco, built Crewe Works. Emerging to traffic in June 1958, allocations included Banbury from new, Laira, Westbury, Ebbw Jct, Bromsgrove. Withdrawn in February 1964, reinstated to traffic at Tyseley in May 1964, Saltley, Kingmoor, Carnforth. Withdrawn finally from there in April 1968, just 9 years 10 months in service. Repainted face & back. £900 (648)
324 - £450 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “67621” as carried by Gresley V1/V3 2-6-2 T loco, built at Doncaster by the LNER in 1931, rebuilt to V3 at Doncaster in 1959. Allocations included Parkhead. Withdrawn in December 1962. Cast in the back “L1 K107. HI with 6’6” DOOR V1, V2. 6’6” RAD”. Repainted face & back. V.G.C.
325 - £400 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “48154” as carried by Stanier 8F heavy freight loco, built at Crewe Works by the LMS. Emerging to traffic 1942, allocations included Heaton Mersey 1948, Dallam, Birkenhead, Nuneaton, Willesden, Bletchley, Rose Grove. Withdrawn in 1967. One of the very last. Ex loco condition. £520 (715)
326 - £450 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “64613” as carried by Reid J37 for the NBR, built at North British Loco Glasgow. Emerging to traffic in 1920, allocations included Polmont, St Margarets, Dundee Tay Bridge. Withdrawn in 1964. Repainted face, ex loco back. £450 (740)
327 - £400 LOCOMOTIVE SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “9455”, as carried by Hawksworth ex GWR Class 94XX, built by Robert Stephenson (Hawthorn Ltd). Emerging to traffic September 1951, allocations included Neath (Court Sart) New, Worcester, Bromsgrove, Oxford, Old Oak Common. Withdrawn from there in April 1963 after just 11 ½ years in service. This plate has had a BR weld repair to the left hand side, very well executed. Ex loco condition.
328 - £400 LONDON NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVE SHEDPLATE “ANNERSLEY”. These enamel plates were affixed to the inside of the locomotive cab roof. ‘Annersley’ an ex GCR Depot becoming 38B under nationalisation in 1950, with an allocation of 52 locos in 1948 all Robinson heavy freight locos D4 Class. Small amount of damage to the enamel centrally, otherwise in very good condition. 10” x 1 ½”. £710 (720)
329 - £35 LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY BRIDGEPLATE (cast-iron) “L&NWR CO 35”. Repainted face & back. Very good house number.£35 (739)
330 - £60 Enamel DOORPLATE “PRIVATE” BR(M) FF. Very good colour & shine with chipping to right hand top edge. 18” x 3 ½”£120 (616)
331 - £60 Enamel DOORPLATE “PRIVATE” BR(M) FF. Very good colour & shine with some edge chipping. 18” x 3 ½”.£130 (619)
332 - £60 Enamel DOORPLATE “PRIVATE” BR(S) FF. Very good colour & shine, chip to left hand fixing hole. 18” x 3 ½”. £200 (623)
333 - £50 CAST IRON SIGN “SOUTHERN RAILWAY BEWARE OF TRAINS”. Repainted face, ex service back with post mark. 26” x 16 ½”. £90 (619)
334 - £90 Enamel DOORPLATE “WAITING ROOM” BR(SC) FF. Very good colour & shine. Small chips to flange on corners. Very good condition.£240 (616)
335 - £150 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “BUILT BY BRITISH RAIL ENGINEERING LIMITED DONCASTER WORKS 1980”, as carried by Class 56 numbered ‘56084’. Withdrawn in 2000, cut up at Booths, Rotherham. Repainted face, loco number scribed in the back. Cast aluminium. 7” x 4 ¾”. V.G.C.£550 (792)
336 - £180 LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY SIGNALBOX NAMEBOARD “COPY PIT”, removed from the Burnley end of the box. A L&Y standard design signal box with 32 levers, opened in 1905, closed in 1973. Located at the summit of the line between Burnley and Todmorden. An iconic location. In need of some tlc. 52” x 10”. £1000 (610)
337 - £650 LOCOMOTIVE SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “49557”, as carried by the ex LMS Fowler 0-8-0 heavy freight loco Class 7F, built Crewe, emerging to traffic in September 1929. Allocations included Bury, Newton Heath, withdrawn in 1955. These locos had a nickname “Austin Stevens” due apparently for their lack of reliability prone to running hot boxes. These plates are rare as a lot of this class never received their BR number, due to early withdrawals in 1950. By 1951 100 of them had gone. By 1958 there were only 20 left. Repainted face, ex loco back, with letter “ B “ cast in. V.G.C.£950 (408)
338 - £550 LOCOMOTIVE SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “52455”, as carried by the ex L&Y RY Aspinall Class 11 0-6-0 Tender loco, built at Horwich. Emerging to traffic September 1909, allocations included Bury and Newton Heath. Withdrawn November 1959. Repainted face, ex loco back with the letter “B” cast in. V.G.C.£550 (418)
339 - £200 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “LMS BUILT 1929 CREWE”, as carried by the LMS Fowler heavy freight loco Class 7F 0-8-0, originally numbered ‘9557’, later ‘49557’ BR. For history see Lot 337. Embossed cast brass. Repainted face, ex loco back. £240 (798)
340 - £180 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “LMS BUILT 1909 HORWICH”, as carried by L&Y RY Aspinall Class 11, originally numbered ‘873’ L&Y, then ‘12455’ LMS, finally ‘52455’ BR. For history see Lot 338. Embossed cast brass. Repainted face, ex loco back. £300 (418)
341 - ROAD SIGN “CROSSING NO GATE”. Cast aluminium. Repainted face, ex roadside back with post mark. 11 ¾” x 20 ½”.£120 (665)
342 - £30 “GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY NOTICE” GATE NOTICE. Cast iron. Repainted face & back. 29 ½” x 11 ½”. £50 (877)
343 - £75 LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY FIRE FIGHTING HOSE NOZZLE, This item was retrieved from the L&Y Ry Loco Works at Horwich, Lancs. Stamped clearly “LYR” and “C STORES”. 24” long. Very good condition, will look super when polished up, as it would have been on the appliance. £140 (709)
344 - £120 SHEDPLATE “12A” Kingmoor 1938-1950, 1958-1973. Ex Caledonian Carlisle Depot with an allocation of 132 locos in 1960, including Jubilees & Clans. Repainted face, ex loco back. V.G.C.£120 (860)
345 - £150 L&Y BRASS LEVER LEADS, displayed on a mahogany board. Brass plates in two sections, overall 20” x 6”. Retrieved from Midge Hall, Liverpool to Preston line. Very nice item in very good condition. £150 (826)
346 - £80 GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY SPLITTER LAMP, chimney engraved “GER”, body stamped “YAXHAM NO.1”. Complete with red and clear bullseye lenses, vessel & burner. In very good ex service condition. £90 (427)
347 - £100 LMS 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, brass plated “LMS 38189” to the body, also body painted “J RAMSDEN STATION MASTER GLOUCESTER”. Complete with all slatted glasses, vessel stamped “BR M”. In very good ex service condition. £140 (610)
348 - £150 MIDLAND RAILWAY 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, brass plated to the reducing cone “MIDLAND RAILWAY 13836B”, also a second plate “MIDLAND RAILWAY CO. FOR PETROLEUM ONLY”. Complete with all glasses, unmarked vessel & burner. Body stamped “MR CO”. Unusual small chimney cowl. V.G.C.£150 (418)
349 - £60 LNER 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, brass plated to body “LONDON NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY LINCOLN PYEWIPE JCTN BOX”. Fogging glass absent, all other glasses present, with unmarked vessel & BR burner. Reducing cone stamped “LNER KEROSENE”. In very good ex service condition. £90 (721)
350 - £200 LMS (LNWR PATTERN) 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, body stamped “LMSR JS WOL A37641”. Reducing cone stamped “LMSR C&W DEPT WOLVERTON JS”. Steel plated to body engraved “LMS CANAL DEPT STOKE-ON-TRENT”. Complete with all glasses, “LMS R” stamped vessel and “LMS” stamped burner. A superb handlamp. £280 (429)
351 - £100 LMS 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, copper plated to the reducing cone “T NASON RUGBY LOCO”, also similar plate affixed to the body “T NASON RUGBY LOCO”. Body embossed “LMS” complete with slatted glasses, “LMS” stamped vessel & burner. Excellent, ex service condition.
352 - £200 LMS/L&Y PATTERN 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, body stamped “RELIEF FOGMAN MAGHULL 12521” also “LMS”. All glasses present with original “LMS” stamped vessel & burner, also brass handle slide stamped “LMS”. Good bullseye lens. These lamps are not that common and are much rarer to find that their L&Y stamped versions, only produced in 1923/24. Very good ex service condition.
353 - £250 L&NWR 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, body stamped “LIME ST COACHING W25839”. Complete with all glasses, original vessel, over stamped “BR(M), LNWR” marked burner. Reducing cone stamped “L&NWR CAR DEPT WOLVERTON” with flip top chimney. Repainted. In very good condition.
354 - £80 LMS 4 ASPECT HANDLAMP, body stamped “WIGAN 8946”. Complete with all slatted glasses, “BR(M)” stamped vessel with burner. Repainted. V.G.C.£80 (418)
355 - £280 MIDLAND RAILWAY OFFICE WALL LAMP. This item came from the Station Master’s house at Upper Broughton Station, south of Nottingham. Beautifully cast in iron with a small brass label affixed to the wall bracket, engraved “MR CO”. Complete with brass vessel stamped “MR CO” , burner & brandy glass shaped funnel. Stands 14 ½” off the wall, height without full is 11”. Polished, unpainted. V.G.C.£280 (772)
356 - £150 ORIGINAL OIL ON BOARD by Robert Nixon 1982. Depicting Coronation Pacific 46228 Duchess of Rutland standing at the head of the up Royal Scot Express at Carlisle Citadel Station. Very well executed. Image 24” x 19”. V.G.C.£150 (798)
357 - £20 WAGON PLATE “CLAYTON WAGONS LTD 1927 ABBEY WORKS LINCOLN, ENGLAND”. Ex wagon condition. Cast iron. 10 ¼” x 6 ¼”. £70 (661)
358 - £20 WAGON PLATE “CHAS ROBERTS & CO. LTD 1951 BUILDERS WAKEFIELD. Repainted face & back. Cast iron . 11” x 6 ½”. £60 (794)
359 - £20 WAGON PLATE “WM CORY & SON LTD LONDON E.C. OWNERS 8226” Ex wagon condition. Cast iron . 8” diameter.£120 (863)
360 - £20 D WAGON PLATE “B428740 21T L&Y WAGON LTD 1957 LOT NO. 3045”. Ex wagon condition. Cast iron. 11 ½ x 6 ½”. £30 (794)
361 - £15 D WAGON PLATE “LNER 21 TONS 1947 DARLINGTON 302480”. Repainted face, ex wagon back. Cast iron. 11 ½” x 6 ½”. £15 (809)
362 - £15 WAGON PLATE “OWNERS MURPHY & SONS LTD, LONDON SE7 NO. 002”. Repainted face, ex wagon back. Cast iron. 9” x 6 ½”. £15 (818)
363 - £20 WAGON PLATE “WAGON REPAIRS LIMITED, STOKE ON TRENT” “FOR REPAIRS ADVISE”. Repainted face, ex wagon back. Cast iron. 8” x 4 ½”. £130 (661)
364 - £20 WAGON PLATE “LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE WAGON CO. LTD BUILDERS HEYWOOD”. Repainted face, ex wagon back. Cast iron. 9 ½” x 6 ½”. £160 (418)
365 - £15 WAGON PLATE “HURST, NELSON & CO. LTD BUILDERS MOTHERWELL”. Repainted face, ex wagon back. Cast iron. 7 ½” x 4”. £15 (818)
366 - £20 WAGON PLATE “OWNERS WAGON FINANCE CORPORATION LTD, SHEFFIELD NO. 73273”. Repainted face, ex wagon back. Cast iron. 8” x 5 ½”. £40 (627)
367 - £20 WAGON PLATE “RAILWAY STAFF PLEASE NOTE IF THIS VEHICLE IS STOPPED FOR REPAIRS ADVISE DESTINATION STAION BY TELEGRAM” “EXPRESS DAIRY CO. LTD”. Devoid of paint, ex wagon condition. Embossed cast brass. 9” x 4”. £40 (653)
368 - £20 WAGON PLATE “GLOUCESTER RAILWAY CARRIAGE & WAGON CO.LTD, GLOUCESTER, ENGLAND BUILDERS”. Devoid of paint back & front. Embossed cast brass. 8 ½” x 6 ¼”. £40 (653)
369 - £20 WAGON PLATE “NER 81794”, ex wagon condition. Cast iron. 13 ½” x 7”. £220 (759)
370 - £20 WAGON PLATE “S.J. CLAYE LIMITED BUILDER, LONG-EATON”. Repainted face, ex wagon back. Cast iron . 8” x 6 ½”. £20 (818)
371 - £20 WAGON PLATE “FOR REPAIRS ADVISE JOHN LANCASTER & CO. LTD EBBW VALE”. Ex wagon condition. Cast iron. 11 ½” x 3 ½”. £30 (872)
372 - £15 WAGON PLATE “LMS DERBY 1927”, ex wagon condition. Cast iron. 5” x 4”.
373 - £15 WAGON PLATE “JAMES TANKARD BOWLING 9676”. Repainted face, ex wagon back. Cast iron. 9 ½” x 6”. £70 (661)
374 - £20 WAGON PLATE “FW TINGLE & SONS, BUILDERS, WARMFIELD”, ex wagon condition. Cast iron. 8” x 5”. £120 (661)
375 - £20 WAGON PLATE “THE MOLASSES TRADING COMPANY LIMITED SHANGHAI HOUSE BOTOLPH LANE, LONDON, EC3. Repainted face, ex wagon back. Cast iron. 9” x 7”. £30 (863)
376 - £35 WAGON REGISTRATION PLATE “REGISTERED BY THE MIDLAND RY CO 1909 TO CARRY 15 TONS 60035”. Repainted face, ex wagon back. Cast iron. 8” x 6”. £95 (759)
377 - £35 WAGON REGISTRATION PLATE “REGISTERED BY THE GC RY CO 1912 TO CARRY 12 TONS 7030”. Repainted face, ex wagon back. Cast iron. 8” x 6”. £40 (627)
378 - £35 WAGON REGISTRATION PLATE “REGISTERED BY THE G N RY CO 1911 TO CARRY 10 TONS 22815”. Repainted face, ex wagon back. Cast iron . 8” x 6”. £220 (759)
379 - £30 WAGON PLATE “SR 2095”. Repainted face, ex wagon back. Cast iron . 10” x 6”. £30 (731)
380 - £20 WAGON PLATE “METROPOLITAN CAMMELL CARRIAGE & WAGON CO. LTD BIRMINGHAM, BUILT AT WEDNESBURY WORKS 1947”. Repainted face, ex wagon back. Cast Iron. 8 ¼” x 5”.
381 - £15 WAGON PLATE “FOX’S PATENT PRESSED STEEL FRAMEPLATES LEEDS FORGE CO. LTD 1903 LEEDS”. Repainted face, ex wagon back. Cast iron. 9” x 5 ½”. £25 (865)
382 - £15 WAGON PLATE “SPENCER HEATH & GEORGE LATE SNOXALL & SPENCER 16 & 52 GOSWELL ROAD, LONDON E.C.”, Ex wagon condition. Cast iron. 10” x 3”. £15 (818)
383 - £30 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER, mounted on board “ISLE OF MAN RAILWAYS”, used on their locos & coaching stock. V.G.C.£30 (707)
384 - £30 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER mounted on board “CALEDONIAN RAILWAY COMPANY” used on their locos & coaching stock. V.G.C.£ 95 (800)
385 - £30 SOUTHERN RAILWAY “ST JOHN’S AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION CERTIFICATE AWARDED TO HENRY JOHN COIDIS IN RECOGNITION OF EXCEPTIONAL PROMPTITUDE AND EFFICIENCY IN RENDERING FIRST AID TO A B.HEATH WHO WAS RUN OVER AND HAD BOTH LEGS SEVERED JUST BELOW THE KNEE AT GUILDFORD, SUNDAY APRIL 13TH 1930. Original frame & glazed. 13” x 18”. SOLD
386 - £30 THE MIDLAND RAILWAY HOTEL HANDBILL “CHARING CROSS HOTEL”, London, “MIDLAND GRAND HOTEL”, London. Thomas’s Hotel, Berkeley Sq, London, Fords Hotel Manchester. Framed & glazed. 16” x 13”. £30 (819)
387 - £30 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER mounted on board “LONDON MIDLAND & SCOTTISH RAILWAY COMPANY”, used on their locos & coaching stock. V.G.C.£45 (413)
388 - £30 ORIGINAL ROYAL COAT OF ARMS TRANSFER mounted on board, used on the Rail Mail coaching stock. V.G.C.£30 (418)
389 - E30 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER mounted on board “GWR”, used on their locos & coaching stock. V.G.C.£30 (738)
390 - £30 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER mounted on board “LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY”, used on their locos. V.G.C.
391 - £30 LONDON DAY MAIL GENERAL POST-OFFICE, CARLISLE, PERTH AND ABERDEEN TIME BILL”. Framed & glazed. 11” x 17”. V.G.C.
392 - £30 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER mounted on board “BRITISH RAILWAYS”, used on their locos & coaching stock. V.G.C.£55 (435)
393 - E30 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER mounted on board “HIGHLAND RAILWAY COMPANY”, used on their locos & coaching stock. V.G.C.£30 (798)
394 - £30 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER mounted on board “THE CHESHIRE LINES COMMITTEE”, used on their coaching stock. V.G.C.
395 - £30 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER mounted on board “BRITISH RAILWAYS”, depicts a lion over wheel. Used on their locos. V.G.C£60 (418)
396 - £30 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER mounted on board “LONDON NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY FIRST”, used on their coaching stock. V.G.C.£50 (418)
397 - £30 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER mounted on board “LONDON BRIGHTON & SOUTH COAST RAILWAY”, used on their coaching stock. V.G.C.£30 (753)
398 - £30 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER mounted on board “MANCHESTER SOUTH JUNCTION & ALTRINCHAM RAILWAY”, used on their coaching stock. V.G.C.£30 (669)
399 - £30 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER mounted on board “NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY” (INDIA), used on their coaching stock. V.G.C.
400 - £800 TOTEM “LEYLAND” BR(M) FF. Located on the West Coast Main Line approx. half way between London Euston and Glasgow Central, just South of Preston, Lancs, 189 miles in each direction. In pristine condition, very good colour & shine. Complete with back brackets. £1050 (866)
401 - £30 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER mounted on board “CLOGHER VALLEY RAILWAY COMPANY LIMITED”, used on their coaching stock. V.G.C. £55 (837)
402 - £30 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER mounted on board “SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAYS”, used on their coaching stock. V.G.C.£40 (669)
403 -£30 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER mounted on board “GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY”, used on their locos & coaching stock. V.G.C.£50 (774)
404 - £30 “GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE AWARDED TO JAMES GOODMAN”, framed & glazed. 14” x 16”. V.G.C.SOLD
405 - £30 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER mounted on board “LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY”, used on their locos & coaching stock. V.G.C.
406 - £30 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER mounted on board “GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY IRELAND”, used on their locos & coaching stock. V.G.C.£55 (418)
407 - £30 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER mounted on board “PULLMAN”, used on their coaching stock. V.G.C.
408 - E30 ROYAL TRAIN INFORMATION “VICTORIA STATION TO DOVER APRIL 21st 1914, ALSO CALAIS TO PARIS APRIL 21st 1914”. King George V and Queen Mary. In pristine condition. Framed & glazed. 18” x 15”. £50 (619)
409 - £30 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER mounted on board “COUNTY DONEGAL RAILWAY JOINT COMMITTEE”, used on their locos and coaching stock. £70 (436)
410 - £30 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER mounted on board “COUNTY DONEGAL RAILWAY JOINT COMMITTEE”, used on their locos and coaching stock. V.G.C.£30 (854)
411 - £30 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER mounted on board “GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY BOARD”, used on their locos & coaching stock. V.G.C.£65 (418)
412 - £30 “ASSOCIATED SOCIETY OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS AND FIREMEN MEMBERSHIP CERTIFICATE AWARDED TO WILLIAM HENRY SMITH OF FASTLEIGH AUGUST 1923”. Original frame & glazed. 13” x 19”.
413 - £30 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER “MIDLAND & GREAT NORTHERN JOINT RAILWAY”, used on their coaching stock. Mounted on board. £30 (798)
414 - Estimate
£1650 -£2500
LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “NO. 1055 GORTON 1952”, as carried by EM1 BO-BO electric locomotive No. 26048, named “HECTOR”. Emerging to Traffic in September 1952, allocated to Reddish Electric Depot. Withdrawn in 1981. EM1s were used on passenger & freight duties on the Manchester to Sheffield route. Engraved cast brass, lightly polished untouched back. £2900 (682)
415 - £140 SHEDPLATE “24G” Skipton 1957-1963. Ex Midland Depot with an allocation of 27 locos in 1958, mainly 0-6-0 4Fs and Tank locos£150 (803)
416 - £40 MIDLAND RAILWAY MILE POST “5 ¾ FROM D”. Nice item from a very historic line being the Leicester and Swannington Railway. One of the very first railways to carry passenger traffic. This post was located at the east end platform at West Bridge Station being 5 ¾ miles from Desford. Repainted condition. NOTE: Purchaser to collect from the Leicester area LE18.£180 (628)
417 - £60 MIDLAND LMS LARGE STATION LUGGAGE BARROW “ASHWELL” stencilled to the timber work. ‘Ashwell’ is located on the Midland Main Line from Bedford to Nottingham, situated between Oakham & Saxby. Overall length 74” x 30” width. Sound condition for age. Retrieved from Leicester Stations Old Parcel Dept. NOTE: Purchaser to collect from Leicester area LE18.£120 (846)
418 - £50 A second large MIDLAND LMS LUGGAGE BARROW, near identical to previous lot, but has no location marking. This barrow like the previous lot was retrieved from the Old Parcel Depot at Leicester Station. In sound condition for its age. 74” overall length, 30” wide. NOTE: Purchaser to collect from the Leicester area LE18£120 (846)
419 - £25 MIDLAND/LMS LUGGAGE BARROW (unmarked). Retrieved from Leicester Station Old Parcels Dept. Sound condition for age. 54” x 20”. NOTE: Purchaser to collect from the Leicester area. LE18. £80 (873)
420 - £110 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “LMS BUILT 1929 HORWICH”, as carried by Hughes Mogul aka ‘a crab’. Cast embossed brass, polished face, ex loco back.£160 (683)
421 - £60 LNER 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, saucer top style. Brass plated to the body “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY LINCOLN YARD”. Body stamped “LNER”, plated “KEROSENE” to the reducing cone. Complete with all glasses, unmarked vessel & burner. Devoid of paint. V.G.C. £90 (790)
422 - £30 POSTER (DR) “NORTHUMBRIA BRITAIN STOCKTON & DARLINGTON RAILWAY 27th SEPT 1825”. Colourful poster in good condition. £30 (800)
423 - £30 POSTER (QR) “BEST YET TO BIRMINGHAM NEW EXPRESS SERVICE FROM HIGH WYCOMBE STATION”. Good colour, folds and few nicks. Generally good condition.£40 (848)
424 - £30 POSTER (DR) “VENICE SIMPLON ORIENT-EXPRESS LONDON – PARIS – VENICE”. Good colours, small tear to bottom edge. Very good condition.£30 (803)
425 - £20 POSTER (DR) “1825-1975 PASSENGER RAILWAYS 150TH ANNIVERSARY”. Good condition. £30 (819)
426 - £25 POSTER (DR) ‘FFESTINIOG RAILWAY TIMETABLE 1982-1983”. Very good condition. £25 (831)
427 - £25 POSTER (DR) ‘GREAT LITTLE TRAIN OF WALES”. Good condition. £35 (776)
428 - £150 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “GNR (I) 1931 DUNDALK”, as carried by a 5’3” gauge unidentified loco modified or rebuilt at Dundalk Works in 1931. Ex loco condition. Embossed cast brass. 8 ¼” x 4 ½”. £200 (743)
429 - £275
GREAT CENTRAL RAILWAY 8” FUSEE WALL CLOCK, face written “BR 12818”. The LNER clock register has this clock registered at “DOVECLIFFE” “BLACKER BOX”. Located on the GCR line from Sheffield to Dovecliffe. Authenticated by Ian Lyman and certificate accompanies this lot. A lovely clock in full working order. Comes with pendulum and key.£825 (858)
430 - £20 RAILWAY CLEARING HOUSE DINING CLUB LARGE FOWL SERVING PLATTER , potted by Bridgewood. Elaborate vine decoration to outer rim with the company cartouche to the centre, its two supporting feet are absent but does not detract from its ascetics. 22” x 17”. V.G.C.
431 - £110 RHODESIAN RAILWAYS LOCOMOTIVE CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “RR 1408 DE4”, as carried by Class DE4 diesel electric locos built by Brush UK, 1730 HP Co-Co. Only fourteen of these locos were built by Brush in the UK. Cast aluminium. Repainted face & lightly polished, ex loco back. 19” x 12 ¾”. £130 (683)
432 - £110 RHODESIAN RAILWAYS LOCOMOTIVE CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “RR 1411 DER” as carried by Class DE4 diesel electric locos built by Brush UK, 1730 HP Co-Co. Only fourteen of these loco were built by Brush in the UK. Cast aluminium in ex loco condition. 19” x 12 ¾”.
433 - £850 GREAT CENTRAL RAILWAY 3 ASPECT SLIDING KNOB HANDLAMP (small). Semi bullseye lens brass plated “LNE C 3539 MEXBORO LOCO “, body stamped “G C R” “3539”, also brass plated to the reducing cone “PETROLEUM ONLY”. The inner sleeve is also stamped on the rim “3539”. Complete with all glasses, copper plated vessel stamped “GCR PETROLEUM ONLY” and “LNE” stamped burner. In pristine condition. £1250 (804)
434 -Estimate
£1300 - £1700
MANCHESTER, SHEFFIELD & LINCOLNSHIRE RAILWAY 3 ASPECT SLIDING KNOB HANDLAMP (large pattern), complete with slatted glasses and “LNE-C” stamped vessel & burner. Body stamped “MS&L RY CO” “13625”, also brass plated “LNE-C 13625 DUNSFORD BRIDGE”. In pristine condition. Dunsford Bridge is located on the Manchester to Sheffield route. £2000 (735)
435 - £400 GREAT CENTRAL RAILWAY 3 ASPECT ROTATIVE HANDLAMP, with semi bullseye lens. Body stamped “GCR 2133” also “159A”, brass location plate stamped “GCR 5327 BARNSLEY JC”. Complete with all glasses and unmarked vessel & burner. Pristine condition. £750 (735)
436 - £1000 TOTEM - “PEAR TREE & NORMANTON” (M) FF. Located on the Midland Line from Derby to Burton on Trent, opened in 1839 by the Birmingham & Derby Junction Railway. In pristine condition, good colour & shine. A sort after totem, only in auction six times according to our records. £2900 (606)
437 - £360 ORIGINAL OIL ON CANVAS by celebrated artist Barry Price. Depicting rebuilt Royal Scot 46146 “THE RIFLE BRIGADE” heading north on Dillicar Troughs circa 1960, painted in 2013. Superb image, attractively framed. Image 19” x 12”. £420 (799)
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439 - £35 BR(M) galvanised “WATER CAN”, embossed to the top “2” indicating two gallon capacity. Odd service dints, nothing major and damage to end of spout. £45 (801)
440 - £30 British Rail heavy gauge WICKER BASKET with wooden skip skids with integral wheels, galvanised catches and rope handles. BR double arrow emblem stencilled to the body. 31” x 17” x 16” in height. Very sound, could be put back in service. £120 (676)
441 - £40 Cast iron sign “LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY BEWARE OF THE TRAINS LOOK BOTH UP & DOWN THE LINE BEFORE YOU CROSS”. In ex lineside condition. Sound condition. 28” x 15”.£90 (625)
442 - £40 Cast iron sign untitled Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway “BEWARE OF THE TRAINS”. In sound condition. Repainted face, ex lineside back with post mark. 27” x 13”. £150 (418)
443 - £80 Cast iron sign “L&Y AND L&NW JOINT RAILWAY TAKE NOTICE”. Bridge restrictions notice with nine extra lines of text “HUNTS BANK MANCHESTER”. Sound condition. Repainted a long time ago. 24” x 17”. £140 (817)
444 - £50 Cast iron sign “GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY PUBLIC WARNING NOT TO TRESPASS” with eight further lines of text “KINGS CROSS JULY 1896”. In sound ex line condition. 28” x 16”. £70 (622)
445 - £60 Cast iron sign “CHESHIRE LINES CEE NOTICE”. Forty shillings gate notice. Sound ex lineside condition. 21” x 14”. £80 (625)
446 - £50 Cast iron sign “LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY NOTICE”, gate notice with seven further lines of text. In sound lineside condition. 23” x 20”. £60 (796)
447 - £50 Cast iron sign “GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY”, warning of the dangers of propping up doors, with twelve further lines of text. Sound ex lineside condition. £65 (676)
448 - £40 Cast iron sign untitled L&Y Railway “PLATE LAYERS AND OTHERS MUST BE CAREFUL WHEN OPENING OUT BALLAST ON THIS BRIDGE NOT TO DAMAGE THE ASPHALTE”. Sound repainted condition. 16” x 10”. £50 (665)
449 - £40 Cast iron sign untitled Cambrian Railways “SHUT THE GATE, THE PENALTY IS FORTY SHILLINGS FOR LEAVING THIS GATE UNLOCKED”. Sound repainted condition. 16” x 12”. £140 (648)
450 - £60 Cast iron sign “MIDLAND RAILWAY TRESPASSERS WILL BE PROSECUTED BY ORDER”. Sound ex lineside condition. 32” x 15”. £110 (867)
451 - £60 Cast iron sign large “MIDLAND RAILWAY” TRESPASS SIGN with ten lines of text “JUNE 1893 JAMES WILLIAMS SECRETARY”. Sound ex line condition. 40” x 28”. Four fixing holes. £150 (754)
452 - £20 Four brass BOMBARDIER TRANSPORTATION REPAIR PLATES “BOMBARDIER TRANSPORTATION” with details of repair and dates. 4” x 2”. In as removed condition£20 (876)
453 - £20 Six EQUIPMENT PLATES, ‘DAVIES & METCALFE”, “GEC”, “ROCKWELD LTD”, “FINLAY ENGINEERING” “GEC”. Brass plate 6” x 3”. In as used condition. £40 (676)
454 - £30 LMS HOTELS CERAMIC ASHTRAY and MATCH BOX HOLDER with a small CREAM JUG only marked on the underside. Tiny chip to spout, visible on our picture otherwise in very good condition. V.G.C.
455 - £60 Full set of four BRASS HUB CAPS “DAVY BRO LIMITED SHEFFIELD” probably from a horse drawn dray. Davy Brothers built the first steam locomotive in Sheffield and it hauled the first train service from Sheffield to London. Famous for building heavy foundry equipment, rolling mills and engines. A fine example is the Don Valley Engine, now resides in Kelham Island Museum, Sheffield. This giant engine is still in steam. Cast brass, nice link to the past. V.G.C.
456 - £40 Three items, two PAY TINS and a CAST BRASS PLATE, probably from a water crane. V.G.C.
457 - £30 LNER ceramic ONE CUP TEAPOT, in pristine condition. No chip or cracks. £30 (676)
458 - £25 Three CERAMIC ITEMS, LNWR TEA CUP marked “PROPERTY OF LNWR RETURN TO EUSTON”, TEA CUP marked to the bottom “LT HOTEL WARE JE HEATH LTD ENGLAND 7/64 and an LNER SAUCER. Good condition.
459 - £15 Ceramic SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAYS COFFEE CAN & SAUCER with the Coat of Arms decoration to both pieces. V.G.C, no damage. Coffee can is 4” high. £90 (624)
460 - £100 A GROUP OF BUTTONS including “GE & L&NWR” large & small. North London Rly, Caledonian Rly etc. Good condition. £100 (600)
461 - £20
Two small COMMEMORATIVE MEDALLIONS “RAILWAY CENTENARY 1825-1925 and 1830-1930 “TO COMMEMORATE THE VISIT OF THEIR RH DUKE AND DUCHESS OF YORK” “HRH PRINCE OF WALES”. Good condition. £20 (857)
462 - £20 Five USA brass FARE TALLIES. We think from the high level or underground systems, New York, Massachusetts, Metropolitan. Good condition.
463 - £25 “LNER FIREMAN FIRE BRIGADE” enamel ARMBAND with strap detached at one end. Ex service condition with an LNER flange gauge. £40 (783)
464 - £50 NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE RAILWAY BONE-WOOD WHISTLE, engraved “NSR”, complete with pea and loop. V.G.C.£140 (663)
465 - £35
BRONZE MEDALLION “FOR SERVICE IN THE NATIONAL EMERGENCY MAY 1926”. In very good condition
466 - £50 LMS HOTELS EBONISED WOODEN PEPPER MILL, engraved “LMS HOTELS”, needs a little tlc to get working again but a very nice item. 4” high.
467 - £40 Group of three signalling items, Two LEVER LEADS and a BRASS LABEL. Good condition.
468 - £80 SINGLE LINE KEY TOKEN (brass) “HELMSDALE” “FORSINARD”, from a section on the Highland Railway. This key has suffered an accident in service and has damage to key end, otherwise in good condition. £200 (808)
469 - £20 LONDON BRIGHTON & SOUTH COAST RAILWAY “PULLMAN LUGGAGE LABELS”. One label present out of booklet of ten. Fair condition, over 100 years old.
470 - £10 16 x L&YR LUGGAGE LABELS, various station names and four LNER LUGGAGE LABELS “CATTERICK BRIDGE”. V.G.C.£45 (735)
471 - £40 THREE ACME THUNDERER GUARDS WHISTLES “LMS” “L&NWR” “LNER”. All in good working order. £60 (653)
472 - £40 BRASS LABEL “CHESHIRE LINES” stamped “CHORLTON”. Probably from a lamp or oil can. The label has been soldered on to a brass backing plate for display purposes we think. Chorlton is located on the route from Manchester to Stockport Tiviot Dale and beyond. £120 (817)
473 - £20 LOCOMOTIVE BOGIE PLATE (brass). Stamped “BOGIE 2040”. Very good condition.
474 - £40
PRESENTATION MEDAL “LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY, IN COMMEMORATION OF THE JUBILEE REIGN OF HGM QUEEN VICTORIA 1887” “DEDICATION OF QUEENS PARK PRESENTED TO THE TOWN BY THE L&NW RAILWAY COMPANY, CREWE 1887”. Very good condition. £60 (418)
475 - £40
PRESENTATION MEDAL “LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY” with image of Britannia to the centre, on the obverse “IN CELEBRATION OF THE OPENING OF WOLVERTON PARK BY THE DIRECTORS OF THE COMPANY AUGUST 3rd 1885”, with brass clip fashioned as a ribbon tied in a bow. Very good condition. £140 (630)
476 - £80 GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY WOODEN UNDERSLUNG BLOCKBELL & TAPPER, ivorine plated. “SOUTH BOX UP MAIN”. Note: This is the rarer of this design being 9 ¾” x 9 ¾” and 7” high. Nice patina, much larger that the more common type. £175 (630)
477 - £30 “LMS” embossed CART LAMP with red bullseye lens. Front door that opens upwards with brass catch. Complete with ‘LMS’ stamped sliding in vessel & burner. Socket with spring clip to rear. Interesting little lamp. Ex service condition. £80 (688)
478 - £25 LMS GAUGE LAMP, “LMS” embossed to back door. Complete with ‘LMS’ stamped sliding-in vessel & burner. Needs some tlc as a little out of line.
479 - £50 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER, mounted on steel plate “LONDON, TILBURY & SOUTHEND RAILWAY COMPANY”. Device 11 5/8” diameter£50 (798)
480 - £75 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER, mounted on steel plate “H&C” “METROPOLITAN GREAT WESTERN JOINT STOCK”. We believe 'H&C' refers to Hammersmith & City. Damage in the form of a vertical score down the left hand side. Device 18” x 13”.
481 - £75 ORIGINAL COMPANY TRANSFER, mounted on steel plate “SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY” “ONWARD”. Mounted in an attractive oak frame. Devise measures 7” x 10”. Frame 15” x 19”. Excellent condition.
482 - £120 ABC COMBINED VOLUME SUMMER 1955, by Ian Allan. Complete with original dust jacket. Totally unmarked. Very good condition. £300 (781)
483 - £250 ABC COMBINED VOLUME SUMMER 1957, by Ian Allan. Totally unmarked. Very good condition. £250 (405)
484 - £200 ABC COMBINED VOLUME WINTER 1957, by Ian Allan. Totally unmarked. Very good condition. £250 (737)
485 - £200 ABC COMBINED VOLUME SUMMER 1958, by Ian Allan. Totally unmarked. Very good condition. £250 (669)
486 - £50 ABC COMBINED VOLUME WINTER 1958, by Ian Allan. Totally unmarked. Very good condition but covers slightly foxed. £120 (759)
487 - £25 ABC COMBINED VOLUME 1969, by Ian Allan. Totally unmarked, has been re-laminated. V.G.C.
488 - £55 2 x ABC LOCO SHED BOOKS 1964, 1971, by Ian Allan. Totally unmarked. V.G.C.£55 (656)
489 - £40 MIDLAND RAILWAY SIGNAL LEVER LEAD “SIGNAL FROM RUFFORD SIDINGS”, engraved cast brass. Retrieved from Rufford Colliery signal box. Located in Nottingham. V.G.C.£320 (438)
490 - £40 MIDLAND RAILWAY SIGNAL LEVER LEAD “UP OUTER HOME FROM RUFFORD”, engraved cast brass. Retrieved from Rufford Colliery signal box. Located in Nottingham. V.G.C.£170 (438)
491 - £40 MIDLAND RAILWAY SIGNAL LEVER LEAD “SIGNAL RUFFORD SIDING TO RUFFORD LINE”, engraved cast brass. Retrieved from Rufford Colliery signal box. Located in Nottingham. V.G.C. £340 (438)
492 - £25 FIRST EDITION BOOK “PER RAIL TRANSPORTATION IS THE LIFE BLOOD OF COMMERCE 1913”. 238 pages. 7” x 10”. Fair condition (tight),
493 - £500 SHEDPLATE “73B” ‘Bricklayers Arm’ 1950-1962, ex South Eastern Railway Depot with an allocation of 96 locos in 1958 including ‘King Arthurs’, ‘Schools’ and ‘Bullied Pacifics’. This plate was purchased from Eastleigh Works open day by the vendor in the early 1960s. Two original fixing bolts accompany this item. The Eastleigh triangle is cast in the back. V.G.C. £725 (758)
494 - £100 WORKSPLATE “SUPER-SENTINEL THE SENTINEL WAGON WORKS LIMITED SHREWSBURY” Wagon No. 7717. The super sentinel model was introduced in 1923. 1550 were built at Shrewsbury. The 1930s saw the demise of the steam wagon as the diesels became easier to maintain and run. Embossed cast brass. Ex wagon condition with three original fixing screws. 9 ¾” x 5 1/8”. £210 (716)
495 - £50 L&NWR OFFICE CHAIR. Originally a tall booking office chair, the legs have been shortened. Branded “L&NWR” on the underside. Sound chair, handy for your railway room. Some damage to Rexine but will rectify if so desired. 33” total height. £80 (653)
496 - £50 A GAURDS ADJUSTABLE SWIVEL CHAIR used in DMUs. In good working order. Makers plate to the foot “AW CHAPMAN LTD, LONDON”. Mechanism fully working, also seat back folds down. 20” high when fully folded down. £50 (876)
497 - £20 GWR PRESSURE GAUGE. Brass construction, used for carriage steam heating. Ex service condition. 5” diameter dial. £50 (868)
498 - £25 POSTER – DR “FESTINIOG RAILWAY” TIMETABLE 24th March – 11th October 1967. Folded as originally despatched for use. Very good condition. £70 (795)
499 - £40 LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY WRITING SLOPE. Manufactured in pine with a simple paint finish. Branded “L&NWR” on the underside. Approx. 2” x 2”. In ex service condition and sound throughout. £40 (782)
500 - £300 LOCOMOTIVE SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “4652” as carried by Collett Class 57 XX 0-6-0 Pannier Tank built Swindon. Emerging to traffic in April 1944. Allocations included Newport Pill, Aberbeeg, & Tondu. Withdrawn in April 1964. Repainted face, ex loco back.
501 - £150 SHEDPLATE “9G” Northwich 1950-1958. Recoded Gorton 1958-1965 Reddish Electric Depot being a sub shed to Gorton. This plate was removed from an EM1 at Reddish. Repainted face. £170 (619)
502 - £250 TOTEM – “DENTON” BR (M) FF. Opened in 1888 by the L&NWR, located on the line from Stockport (Heaton Norris Jct) to Guide Bridge. Situated between Reddish South and Guide Bridge. Although this item has suffered damage, it is sound and has a remarkable colour & shine. Not a common totem at all. £420 (779)
503 - £40 L&NWR BRIDGE PLATE “L&NWR CO 2”. Totally ex bridge condition, heavy rust to the back, but sound. £140 (414)
504 - £50 A PAIR OF DASHBOARD INSTRUMENTS from an EM1 electric loco, used on the Manchester to Sheffield route. In ex removed state. 8” x 7 ½” x 6” deep. £130 (418)
505 - £50 GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY LOCO TENDERPLATE “GWR 2347 3500 GALLONS SWINDON”. Cast iron. Repainted face, clean back. £80 (652)
506 - £25 “GWR HOTELS” EPNS SUGAR POT. Small dint showing in picture, otherwise very good condition. £25 (796)
507 - £100 LOCOMOTIVE STEAM WHISTLE of the Crosby type, being a 3 note chime. 11” x 2”. Probably fitted to an industrial loco or a road locomotive. Very good condition. £100 (681)
508 - £75 GNR CHINA SAUCER “GREAT NORTHERN RIALWAY REFRESHMENT DEPARTMENT, DONCASTER”. Has suffered a chip to the rim and a few tiny nibbles, but a rare item. 6” diameter. £75 (710)
509 - £40 WHITE STAR LINE EPNS FISH KNIFE with house flag & Maltese cross engraved to the blade, by Elkington.
510 - £60 “MIDLAND RAILWAY” engraved RETRACTABLE DIP PEN. Complete and in full working order. Nickel plated. 5” long when fully extended. V.G.C.
511 - £100 CERAMIC KIDNEY SHAPED SIDE PLATE. Company logo to centre “LONDESBOROUGH & STATION HOTELS” with blue swags decoration. Potted by Dunn Bennett & Co, Burslem. Small hairline crack and some crazing. Very good condition for its age. 8” x 6”.
512 - £30 MODERN ERA STATION NAMEBOARD “HOLLINWOOD”, opened in 1880 by the L& YR. Located on the route to Oldham from Manchester Victoria, situated between Failsworth and Oldham. Closed in 2009. Pressed aluminium powder coated. 40” x 12”. £30 (803)
513 - £80 SMALL NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, brass plated to the body “NER”, stamped to the reducing cone “NER C DEW”. Compete with all glasses, “LNER” stamped vessel & burner. Very good condition. £90 (783)
514 - £450 G SCALE LIVE LOCO “VIRGINIA” 0-6-0 narrow gauge loco with outside frames. Manufactured by ‘Roundhouse’. A superb working model. Gas and water make it go, comes with a quantity of track. V.G.C.£700 (772)
515 - £40 LNER BLOCK SWITCH in restored condition. Very nice example, complete with its hold down fixing points.
516 - £180 SOUTHERN RAILWAY LOCO TAIL LAMP, in original condition. Complete with original vessel & burner. Very good deep red bullseye lens. £450 (411)
517 - £80 LONDON BRIGHTON & SOUTH WEST COAST BLOCK BELL, in fine restored condition. £110 (610)
518 - £40 TWO SIGNALLING INSTRUMENTS, one bakelite repeater & a GWR lamp in or out with brass labels affixed “BELL ON”, “BELL OFF”. Ex box condition. £60 (745)
519 - £20 CAST IRON LABEL OR FOB “LOCO SUPT TESTING HOUSE SWINDON WORKS STAMPED NO. 146”. Good condition. 3” x 1 ¾”.
520 - £350 ENAMEL STATION DIRECTION SIGN “NEWTON HEATH STATION” BR(M) FF, with right hand pointing arrow. Opened in 1853 by the L&Y RY, closed in 1966. Located between Miles Platting and Moston on the Main Line out of Victoria, adjacent to the loco dept. Very good colour & shine. Damage to right hand side flange with some loss of enamel also chips to the face. Very rare sign. £750 (708)
521 - £180 An NER Pegging Block Instrument with 'LNER' commutator and original brass plates 'DOWN LINE' and 'FROM FENCEHOUSES ST' ex; Wapping Bridge Signal Box, Penshaw. v.g.c.£280 (422)
522 - £75 ORIGINAL PAINTING of a Southern Railway Class S15 by Malcolm Root. An early painting by this celebrated artist. Image 19” x 15”. Framed & glazed. Very good condition.
523 -£220 LONDON TRANSPORT DOUBLE SIDED BUS STOP FLAG (enamel) “BUS & COACH STOP COMPULSORY – REQUEST” Circa 1950. Very good colour & shine. Good condition.£220 (433)
524 - £125 THAMES VALLEY DOUBLE SIDED BUS STOP FLAG (enamel) “THAMES VALLEY BUSES STOP BY REQUEST QUEUE THIS SIDE”, obverse side “QUEUE OTHER SIDE”. Very good colour & shine. Good condition.£125 (797)
525 - £125 THAMES VALLEY DOUBLE SIDED BUS STOP FLAG (enamel) “THAMES VALLEY BUS STOP QUEUE THIS SIDE”, obverse side “QUEUE OTHER SIDE”. Very good colour & shine. Good condition.
526 - £475 CARDIFF RAILWAY ENAMEL SIGN “SMOKING IN OR ABOUT THIS WAREHOUSE IS PROHIBITED”, with nine further lines of text. Good colour & shine. Good condition.