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1 - £50 PRESENTATION SMOKER’S 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 wooden cabinet in light oak, complete with pipe rack drawer and airtight porcelain tobacco jar. In superb condition. 16” x 11” x 12” high. Comes with original locking key.£60 (155)
2 - £20
London North Eastern Railway Hotels HYDROMETER. Wooden case, fitted out interior with engraved brass lozenge inset to hinged lid “SIKES HYDROMETERS LNER DEPARTMENT GN&GE SECTIONS NO.7”. Incomplete with a couple of weights absent. Beautiful small item. 5 ½” x 4” x 2” deep.£20 (315)
3 - £40

A West London Railway Timetable “W.L.R TIMETABLES 1876”. This very rare timetable book is complete. Hardback Moroccan bound with gold leaf titles to the spine. There is some minor damp damage affecting the back cover board, but easily conserved. There is no loss to the contents. 8 ½” x 6” x 1 ½” thick. £70 (322)
4 - £50 A group of eight white metal ALBERT FOBS, NUR and others. V.G.C. for age.
5 - £20 RAILWAY UNION MEDAL, complete with ribbon & clasp. The medal depicts a GNR eight-foot single in gold. Must be at least 100 years old.
6 - £40 A group of Acme Thunderer type GUARDS WHISTLES, 1 x CLC, 1 x SR, 2 x LMS, one button type plus 2 x GWR. All brass, one with original chain.£70 (125)
7 - £60 LMS pattern STATION WALL LANTERN in need of some tlc, although still sports part of the station label in the broken front pane “Garstang & Catterall”. It also has its original reflector which is damaged but can be re-mirrored. The lamp structure is sound. Garstang & Catterall station was located on the West Coast Main Line situated between Preston & Lancaster at the junction with the Garstang and Knott End Railway closed in 1969.£100 (183)
8 - £40 Cast iron sign “GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY PUBLIC WARNING NOT TO TRESPASS” with eight further lines of text, dated 1896. Ex lineside condition. 28” x 16”. £60 (126)
9 - £60 Cast iron sign “CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS NOTICE” ref to trespass. Repainted with post mark to rear. 27” x 18”. £70 (126)
10 - £120
Enamel sign “GENTLEMEN” BR(M) double sided, complete with wall fixing brackets. Very good colour & shine. A couple of small chips. V.G.C. 24” x 18”.£240 (152)
11 - £500 South Eastern & Chatham Rly 12” roundhead fusee WALL CLOCK, face rewritten “BR (S) JOHN WALKER 1 SOUTH MOLTON ST, LONDON 4.5.4.B”. Although this clock is face written (John Walker), this clock was actually manufactured and purchased from Websters in 1871, going to Bexhill Signal box until moved much later to the Station Booking Office. In excellent condition, complete with pendulum & key. Ebonised case.
Brass back plate engraved "Webster Cornhill London" also back box stamped"454B".
£1100 (170)
12 - £800 London Brighton & South Coast Rly & London South Western Rly joint ownership 14” trunk dial WALL CLOCK, face written “SC RY & SW RY” “4”. Almost certainly manufactured by Webster in approx. 1869. This clock spent its entire working life at Portsmouth Town Booking Office. In superb condition. Note: The pendulum is absent due to a house move. This can be replaced accurately through GNRA by a revered railway clock repairer at a nominal cost. GNRA will order and oversee the work for the purchaser. £2800 (100)
13 - £40 Polish LOCOMOTIVE CABSIDE EMBLEM, repainted. 7” x 10”.
14 - £20 LNWR pattern cast alloy sign “4” HPSV TO SHUT OFF PARK”. Ex-service condition. 19” x 13”. £45 (152)
15 - £20 LNWR pattern cast iron sign “NO.1 F.P 26FT”. Ex-service condition. 19” x 15”.£45 (152)
16 - £50 A very uncommon tinplate ADVERTISING SIGN “ALWAYS SAY AND REDEX PLEASE MAKES A GOOD ENGINE BETTER”. Rust stains and a little damage to bottom edge. Rare sign. 17” x 25”. £50 (354)
17 - £120
Double sided enamel WALL SIGN “WAY OUT”BR(W) Good colour, medium sign with blemishes. One side has a chip to the right-hand top edge and one to the lower left face. 24” x 18”.£240 (152)
18 - £80 SHEDPLATE “64B” Haymarket (Edinburgh) 1948-1967. Ex NB Rly depot with an allocation of over 200 loco during the 1950’s. Code transferred to Miller Hill in 1967-1973. Repainted face. £260 (125)
19 -£60 Enamel sign “GENTLEMEN” BR(W) FF. Good colour & shine. Some loss of enamel. 36” x 12”. £90 (152)
20 - £30 Enamel sign “WAY OUT” BR(W) FF. Extensive loss of enamel, needs restoration. Good colour & shine. 36” x 12”.£70 (152)
21 - £80 Enamel sign “PASSENGERS MUST CROSS THE LINE BY THE BRIDGE” BR(M) FF. Good colour & medium shine. 24” x 18”. £150 (152)
22 - £80 Enamel PLATFORM NUMBER “PLATFORM 2” BR(S) FF. Excellent colour & shine, near mint condition. 12” x 12”. £200 (140)
23 - £100 Enamel sign -“PASSENGERS MUST NOT CROSS THE LINES EXCEPT BY MEANS OF THE FOOTBRIDGE” BR (NE) FF. Excellent colour and shine. Mint condition. 18” x 9”.
24 - £60 SHEDPLATE “84E” Tyseley 1950-1963, ex GWR depot with an allocation of 58 locos, including Halls, in the mid 50’s. Code transferred to Wadebridge in 1963. Ex L&SWR depot with an allocation of 5 locos. Repainted. £120 (322)
25 - £40 Midland Rly BLOCK BELL with nickel plated ‘sheep’ bell, with front mounted tapper. Ex-service condition. £110 (185)
26 - £30 Great Northern Railway early pattern of BRIDGE PLATE “132”. Repainted face. 12 ½” x 7 ½”. £80 (322)
27 - £60 SHEDPLATE “50C” Selby 1950-1959. Ex NER depot with an allocation of approx. 60 locos in 1955. Code transferred to Hull Botanic Gardens 1959-1973 ex NER depot. Repainted a long time ago. £170 (130)
28 - £60 SHEDPLATE “53A” Hull Dairycoates 1950-1959. Ex NER depot with an allocation of 100 plus locos in the mid 50’s. Ex loco condition.£90 (172)
29 - £80 Rhodesia Railway LOCO CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “RR 1411 DE4”, as carried by Brush built Co-Co diesel electric loco, very similar to our class 47. Cast alloy. Ex loco condition. 19” x 13”.£80 (147)
30 - £30 Cast iron GWR DOORPLATE “LADIES ROOM”. Ex door & sound condition. 20” x 5”. £120 (125)
31 - £20 Ornate bronze or brass CARRIAGE ROOF DOWN LIGHTER, perhaps from a royal carriage. Unknown but very interesting. 12” diameter, 6” depth. Would have had a dome shaped glass shade. £90 (190)
32 - £20 London Transport 5 GALLON PARAFIN or OIL CAN with original brass screw top and chain. Plated “LT” to conical top. Complete with heavy steel carrying handles. 21” x 12” diameter.£30 (152)
33 -£30 Leather bound SINGLE LINE TABLET CARRIER, in original service condition. Complete. Buckle & strap are ok, in good order.
34 - £40 LNER INSPECTOR’S 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP. Complete with original stamped vessel & burner. Repainted. Crack to one of the aspects, does not detract.£50 (126)
35 - £20 North Eastern Railway cast-iron BRIDGE PLATE “197”. Repainted face, ex bridge back. 11” x 7”. £20 (104)
36 - £400 TOTEM – “MARSH LANE AND STRAND ROAD” (M) HF. Opened by the L&YR in 1850. Located on the line from Liverpool to Southport, this station is now know as Bootle New Strand. Good colour & shine. NOTE: This totem is the only BR(M) example with three lines of text. Usual edge nibbles. Has a tiny chip repair, does not detract.SOLD
37 - £60 ‘Imperial Chemical Industries Ltd’ large WAGON PLATE complete with its large steel “ICI” initials. These plates were carried by the Bogie Hopper wagons that transported limestone from the Buxton quarries to Winnington Chemical Works nr Northwich, Cheshire. Complete with large ICI letters, not commonly found. Plate 30” x 9”, letters 19” x 14”. Ex wagon condition. Sound.£200 (154)
38 - £30 North Eastern Railway large PARAFFIN CONTAINER, complete with brass top, original top with hasp and staple clasp, plus carrying handle. “NER” brass lozenge affixed to the top cone. 26” high, 15” diameter.£30 (104)
39 - £250 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “COMPANIA EUSKALDUNA NO 85 1928 BILBAO”, as carried by the Spanish Renfe Electric Loco No. 85. Repainted, clean back. 17” x 13 ½”. V.G.C.£250 (338)
40 - £10 SPEED RESTRICTION SIGN “20” with left facing arrow. Ex lineside condition, in need of some tlc. 21” x 21”. Total height of post 45”. £30 (126)
41 - £10 Cast alloy “HALT LEVEL CROSSING” sign, affixed to original post. Ex Welshpool & Llanfair Light Rly. 21” x 20 ½”. Total height of post 58”.£40 (125)
42 - £10 Cast alloy “HALT LEVEL CROSSING” sign, affixed to original post. Ex Welshpool & Llanfair Rly. 21” x 20 ½”. Total height of post 58”.£30 (192)
43 - £500 London & North Western Rly 12” long case WALL CLOCK, ivorine numbers affixed to the front of the hood “2470”. Face written “JOYCE WHITCHURCH”. This clock hung in the booking hall of Penmaenmawr Station, on the North Wales main line. In superb condition, full working order. Complete with pendulum, weights etc. £650 (331)
44 - £800 London Brighton & South Coast Rly 14” trunk dial WALL CLOCK, face written “LB&SC 421B”. Manufactured by and purchased from Websters in 1869. This clock spent its entire working life at Newhaven Harbour Booking & Telegraph Office. In superb condition. Only around thirty of this type of clock were supplied to the LB&SC RY by Websters, so with natural wastage probably only twenty actually survived into preservation ie: Railwayana collections. So we think a much sort after clock.£2000 (193)
45 - £250 ALL THE FOLLOWING MODELS HAVE CAST METAL WHEELS BEING EITHER HARRIS, WARSHAW OR JPL. ALL WITH SUBSTATIAL MOTORS & GEAR BOXES. ABC OR CRAIL CRAFT.

O’GAUGE FINE SCALE MODEL of a Jubilee Class 45708 ‘Resolution’ in BR livery. Lightly weathered. Lion over wheel emblem on original railed tender.
£480 (201)
46 - £250 O’GAUGE FINE SCALE MODEL of Hughes Crab 42848, in BR livery & emblem. Lightly weathered finish.£400 (118)
47 - £250 O’GAUGE FINE SCALE MODEL of Royal Scot 46124 “London Scottish”. Early BR emblem. Lightly weathered finish. £420 (326)
48 - £250 O’GAUGE FINE SCALE MODEL of a BR Standard Britannia 70013 “Oliver Cromwell”. Early emblem. Lightly weathered finish. £500 (329)
49 - £250 O’GAUGE FINE SCALE MODEL of a Princess Royal Pacific 46207 “Princess Arthur of Connaught”. Early BR emblem. Lightly weathered finish.£600 (123)
50 - £250 O’GAUGE FINE SCALE MODEL of an A3 Pacific 60074 “Harvester”. Early BR emblem. Lightly weathered finish.£450 (182)
51 - £250 O’GAUGE FINE SCALE MODEL of Stanier Mogul ‘42959’. Early BR emblem. Lightly weathered finish.£300 (159)
52 - £250 O’GAUGE FINE SCALE MODEL of an Ivatt diesel electric loco ‘10001’. Early BR emblem. Lightly weathered finish. £350 (184)
53 - £250 O’GAUGE FINE SCALE MODEL of Coronation Pacific 46256 “Sir William Stanier FRS”. Early BR blue livery. Lightly weathered finish. £550 (118)
54 - £250 O’GAUGE FINE SCALE MODEL of Fowler Patriot 45533 “Lord Rathmore”. Early BR emblem. Lightly weathered finish. (see lot 300).£250 (155)
55 - £250 O’GAUGE FINE SCALE MODEL of Midland Compound 41157. Early BR emblem. Lightly weathered finish.£250 (323)
56 -£250 O’GAUGE FINE SCALE MODEL of Jubilee 45646 ‘NAPIER’. Early BR emblem. Lightly weathered finish. £420 (142)
57 - £250 O’GAUGE FINE SCALE MODEL of a Stanier Class 5. Early BR emblem. Lightly weathered finish.£400 (326)
58 - £250 O’GAUGE FINE SCALE MODEL of GWR County Class 1022 ‘COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON’. Early emblem. Lightly weathered finish. £350 (326)
59 - £250 O’GAUGE FINE SCALE MODEL of Coronation Pacific 46220 ‘Coronation’. Early BR blue livery with ex streamliner chamfered smokebox. Lightly weathered finish.£450 (201)
60 - £250 O’GAUGE FINE SCALE MODEL of Fowler Royal Scot 46156 ‘The South Wales Borderers”. Early emblem. Lightly weathered finish.£250 (323)
61 - £250 O’GAUGE FINE SCALE MODEL of Ivatt 2-6-2 T. Early emblem. Lightly weathered finish. £250 (308)
62 - £250 O’GAUGE FINE SCALE MODEL of LMS Beyer Garrett 47992. Early emblem. Lightly weathered finish. £350 (184)
63 - £250 O’GAUGE FINE SCALE MODEL of Fowler Patriot 45550. Early emblem. Lightly weathered finish.£420 (118)
64 - £250 O’GAUGE FINE SCALE MODEL of ex LNWR Bowen & Cook 0-8-0 freight loco 49137. Early emblem. Lightly weathered finish.£420 (123)
65 - £250 O’GAUGE FINE SCALE MODEL of A1 Pacific 60138 ‘Boswell’. Early emblem. Lightly weathered finish.£300 (159)
66 - £250 G’GAUGE FINE SCALE MODEL of LMS Jinty 47357. Early emblem. Lightly weathered finish.
67 - £200 O’GAUGE FINE SCALE MODEL of Derby 4 0-6-0 freight loco 44396. Early emblem. Lightly weathered finish. £200 (308)
68 - £150 INDUSTRIAL LOCO NAMEPLATE “STANTON NO.25”, as carried by Andrew Barclay 0-4-0 Saddle Tank, works no. 1893. Built 1926, going new to Stanton Iron Works. Embossed cast brass. Repainted face, ex loco back. 30 ¾” x 5 ¾”. £170 (322)
69 - £20 CARRIAGE PRINT “CRICCIETH THE CASTLE”, early LMS Photographic Series. Original frame, glazed. £50 (190)
70 - £20 CARRIAGE PRINT “CRICCIETH CARNARVONSHIRE”, early LMS Photographic Series. Original frame, glazed. £40 (190)
71 - £20 CARRIAGE PRINT “COLWYN BAY” early LMS Photographic Series. Original frame, glazed. £30 (190)
72 - £20 CARRIAGE PRINT “RHUDDLAN CASTLE”, early LMS Photographic Series. Original frame, glazed. £40 (190)
73 - £20 CARRIAGE PRINT “BEDDGELERT”, early LMS Photographic Series. Original frame, glazed. £50 (190)
74 - £20 CARRIAGE PRINT “LLANDUDNO”, LMS Photographic Series. Framed & glazed. £50 (190)
75 - £20 CARRIAGE PRINT “BEDDGELERT” early LMS Photographic Series. Original frame & glazed. £60 (190)
76 - £20 2 CARRIAGE PRINTS “BOLTON WOODS”, early LMS Photographic Series and “DITTON VIADUCT LANCASHIRE”. Unframed. £50 (190)
77 - £20 CARRIAGE PRINT “MIDLAND COMPOUND 1000”, Travel in Series. Original frame, glazed. £20 (104)
78 - £20 CARRIAGE PRINT “MV SWAN” from a watercolour by Buckle, London Midland D Series. Original frame, glazed. £30 (125)
79 - £60
SHEDPLATE “9D” Buxton 1935-1963. Ex LNWR depot with an allocation of approx. 50 locos. Code transferred to Newton Heath 1963-1968, ex L&Y depot with an allocation of 80 locos. Ex loco condition£80 (328)
80 - £150 South African Railways LOCOMOTIVE CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAYS SUID AFRIKAANSE SPORRWEE E.216 3E”, as carried by Class 3E electric locomotives Co & Co Wheel Arrangement, designed by Metro Vickers. Built by Robert Stephenson. 28 Locos in the class, delivered in 1947/1948. One of these locos is preserved. Small class so plate will not be common. Mounted on wooden display board. Polished condition. £190 (317)
81 - £50 A Pacific & Orient line silver-plated COFFEE POT, CREAM JUG & SUGAR BOWL by Mappin & Webb. In pristine condition (beautiful). Coffee pot 7 ¾” high. ‘Just the job for Sunday mornings with the papers’!
82 - £40 LOCOMOTIVE REGULATOR HANDLE, probably off an industrial tank loco etc. High grade forged steel. 20 ½” long.
83 - £20 North Eastern Railway CULVERT PLATE “48A” used also on the Caledonian Rly. Cast iron with hollow back. Repainted face. 12” x 8 ¾”.
84 - £50 GWR Spagnoletti double line BLOCK INSTRUMENT with back box, all fittings and two keys mounted to the front. Ex service condition. £50 (122)
85 - £30 LOCOMOTIVE SNAP TIN, complete with internal screen makers plate affixed to lid. “MILDRED GRIMSBY”. Drivers personal brass label affixed to top “W. STAMP”. Complete with brass top handle and brass catch, fully operational. 12 ½” x 8” x 10” high. £30 (120)
86 - £50 Midland Railway non-pegging BLOCK INSTRUMENT with brass routing handle on the front case, stamped “MR CO”. Ex service condition.£110 (122)
87 - £50
Desktop TIME RECORDING MACHINE, stamped “GW RLY SWINDON DEPOT” probably used at Swindon Loco Shed 82C. Nice patina to well constructed cabinet. Complete with all fittings we think. 16” x 14” x 8” deep. Made by “Gledhill & Brook, Huddersfield’.
88 - £40
Midland tapper-less BLOCK BELL stamped “MR CO 1922” to leading edge. Large brass pan shaped bell. Lovely patina. £40 (320)
89 - £40 NER/LNER tapper BLOCK BELL, large mushroom brass bell. Lovely patina. £40 (347)
90 - £30 Cast brass BUILDERS PLATE “MARSHALL SONS & CO LTD ENGINEERS & BOILER MAKERS GAINSBOROUGH, ENGLAND, BOILER NO 93404 WORKING PRESSURE 150LBS/SQ IN”. Repainted face, ex boiler back. 14” x 9”. £70 (317)
91 - £100 Great Northern Railway OFFICE CHAIR, constructed of mahogany . Original and in excellent condition. No work necessary. Very sound. £150 (316)
92 - £40 Great Central Railway BLOCK BELL with offset tapper mounted to front. Large brass mushroom bell. Lovely patina. Ex service condition.£80 (122)
93 - £20 BRASS LABEL stamped “L&NWR CARR DEPT”. Has repair to shank or is this a marriage of bits put together on the job? 17” long.
94 - £50 NER/LNER BLOCK BELL with large mushroom shaped brass bell & tapper. Superb condition. £70 (122)
95 - £30 Small enamel NOTICE “BRITISH TRANSPORT COMMISSION” with eight further lines of text, ref to ‘condition of ticket sales’. Virtually mint condition, 6” x 4”. £70 (309)
96 - £40 Highland Railway CARAFE, cut lead crystal. Engraved “HRY CO”. 5” diameter bowl, 8” in height. V.G.C.
97 - £80 HST NAMEPLATE “THE RED NOSE”. This is the third uncarried plate used for presentation purposes etc. Excellent condition. 32” x 10”. £80 (114)
98 - £80 LOCOMOTIVE NAMEPLATE “CHARLES HUFFAM” as carried by 0-4-0 diesel mechanical. Built by John Fowler of Leeds, works no. 21909. Sold new to Greenings Wire Works, Warrington. Cast brass. Repainted face, ex loco back. 27” x 6”.£80 (114)
99 -£110
SHEDPLATE “9B” Stockport Edgeley 1948-1968. Ex LNWR depot with an allocation of approx. 40 locos, some Jubilees & Britannia’s in the early 1960’s. Repainted face, clean back.
100 - £200
A Plymouth Devonport & South Western Junction Railway cast iron sign “P.D & S.W. JN.R (Bere Alston & East Cornwall line). We have it on very good report that this sign is one of only three known, probably a notice board header. Ex lineside, 26 ½” x 6”. Very rare. The Plymouth Devonport & South Western Junction Railway ran from Lydford to Devonport, opened in 1890 taking over the East Cornwall Mineral Railway in June 1891.£750 (158)
101 - £250
LOCOMOTIVE WORKS NUMBERPLATE “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY 5501 1922”, as carried by GCR Robinson designed D11 large Director named “MONS” original loco “501”, LNER 1924 “5501”, Thompson Number 1946 “2665”, BR “62665”. Allocations included Immingham, Trafford Park, Northwich, withdrawn in 1959. Cast iron 9” x 5”. Repainted face, clean back. V.G.C.£250 (178)
102 - £60
LNER (GNR pattern) cast iron DOORPLATE “BOOKING OFFICE”. Repainted face & back. 14 ¾” x 4 ¾”. £60 (122)
103 - £60

LNER (GNR PATTERN) cast-iron DOORPLATE “GENERAL WAITING ROOM”. Repainted face & back. 20 ½” x 4 ½”. £100 (168)
104 - £40
WAGONPLATE “TO CARRY 10 TONS BUILT 1912”. Repainted face a long time ago, ex wagon back. Interesting. 10” x 6”.
105 - £40
SOUTHERN RAILWAY 4 ASPECT HANDLAMP, body brass plated “96”, vessel brass plated “26”. Orange glass and reflector are absent. Front lens is clear and in very good condition.
106 - £40 Great Northern Railway cast-iron BRIDGE PLATE “GNR 1”. Is this the footbridge at Kings Cross?. Repainted face. Sort after number ones. 17 ¼” x 13”. £60 (152)
107 - £40 Great Northern Railway early cast-iron BRIDGE PLATE with serif numerals “31”. This plate has been welded very professionally. Repainted with an ex bridge back. 10 ¼” x 6 ¾”. £60 (137)
108 - £40 Great Northern Railway early cast-iron BRIDGE PLATE with serif numerals “14”, heavily corroded, repainted. Probably buried for many years before being discovered. Rare plate. 10 ¼” x 6 ¾”. £70 (137)
109 - £60 LNER (GNR pattern) cast iron DOORPLATE “TELEPHONE”. Repainted. 11 ¾” x 3 ½”. £100 (168)
110 - £60 LNER (GNR pattern) cast iron DOORPLATE “CASHIER”. Ex door condition. 12” x 3”. £240 (163)
111 - £50 LNER (GNR Pattern) cast iron DOORPLATE “PRIVATE”. Ex service condition. 13 ½” x 3 ½”.£120 (168)
112 - £60 Cast-iron sign “CHESHIRE LINES COMMITTEE NOTICE REF TO TRESPASS”. Repainted. 25” x 15”. £80 (207)
113 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “ROLLESTON-ON-DOVE STAFFORDSHIRE”, from a watercolour by Silas, London Midland Region A Series. Sort-after print. Original frame & glazed.
114 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “RED HILL TUNNELS TRENT”, from a watercolour by Kenneth Steel LMR Railway Architecture Series. Framed & glazed. A very sort-after print.
115 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “THE ENTRANCE TO EUSTON STATION LONDON”, from a watercolour by Claude Buckle LMR Railway Architecture Series. Framed & glazed. Sort-after print. £40 (141)
116 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “RUNCORN BRIDGE”, from a watercolour by Steel LMR Railway Architecture Series. Not common. NOTE: The old transporter bridge in the background. Original frame & glazed. £90 (332)
117 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “ECCLESTON FERRY CHESHIRE”, from a watercolour by Laurence Knight, London Midland Region B Series. Framed & glazed.
118 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “LMS TILBURY & SOUTHEND LINES ROUTE DIAGRAM”, showing route map. Original frame & glazed.£80 (332)
119 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “BRITISH RAILWAYS SOUTHERN REGION & WESTERN REGION ROUTE MAP. Original frame & glazed. £40 (328)
120 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “SOUTHERN RAILWAY HOTEL AND RESTAURANT SERVICES”. Original frame & glazed. £30 (209)
121 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY ORIGINAL SYSTEM MAP”. Original frame & glazed. £320 (156)
122 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “SOUTH EASTERN AND CHATHAM RAILWAY” Route map. Original frame & glazed. £320 (156)
123 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT ”THE SUNNY SOUTH COAST AND THE ISLE OF WIGHT” LB&SC RY Map of System. Framed & glazed. £320 (156)
124 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “BLYTHBURGH”, from a watercolour by Denham, LNER Post War Series. Original frame & glazed. Fairly sort-after print.
125 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT”LONDON, WATERLOO BRIDGE” from a watercolour by Kenneth Steel, LNER Post War Series. Original frame & glazed. Not common.
126 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “MALDON ESSEX”, from a watercolour by Denham, LNER Post War Series. Original frame & glazed. £80 (332)
127 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “RIVER ALLEN, COUNTY DURHAM”, from a watercolour by Leonard Squirrell. LNER Post War Series. Original frame & glazed. £30 (120)
128 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “CAVENDISH SUFFOLK” from a watercolour by Baldwin. LNER Post War Series. Original frame & glazed.
129 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “LONDON TOWER BRIDGE” from a watercolour by Baker. LNER Post War Series. Original frame & glazed. £50 (185)
130 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “LONDON KENSINGTON PALACE” from a watercolour by Kenneth Steel, LNER Post War Series. Original frame & glazed. £30 (332)
131 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “STOWMARKET STATION SUFFOLK” from a watercolour by Squirrel. LNER Post War Series. Original type frame & glazed. £30 (179)
132 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT BR “A JOB ON THE RIGHT LINES”. £75 (205)
133 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “LONDON LAMBETH BRIDGE” from a watercolour by Steel. LNER Post War Series. Original type frame & glazed. £30 (332)
134 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “ALNMOUTH NORTHUMBERLAND” from a watercolour by Badmin, LNER Post War Series. Original type frame & glazed. Sort-after print. £35 (347)
135 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “THE LUNE VALLEY NEAR TEBAY, WESTMORLAND, SEE BRITAIN BY TRAIN”, from a watercolour by Green. London Midland D Series. Original frame & glazed. £40 (328)
136 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “HEMINGFORD GREY, HUNTINGSHIRE” from a watercolour by Squirrell, LNER Post War Series. Original frame & glazed. £30 (146)
137 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “NASH MILLS BRIDGE HERTFORDSHIRE” from a watercolour by Buckle. LMR Architecture Series. Sort-after print. Original frame & glazed.
138 - £50
Large EPNS PRESENTATION TRAY inscribed “PRESENTED TO MR J.R FLETCHER A.M.INST.LE” by the employees of the Locomotive Department LNER Perth, on the occasion of his marriage 2nd July 1924”. Maker, Burnfield Silversmiths, Perth. 25” x 16”. Includes handles. Beautiful condition. £50 (332)
139 - £40 Five pieces of LNER & GNR CROCKERY, GNR Refreshment Rooms Peterborough nibbles tray (repaired), LNER teapot, cup & saucer, plus LNER single Cup. Good condition for age. £40 (325)
140 - £40 SELECTION OF TABLEWARE, including LMS ashtray with matchbox, two LMS saucers, one LMS teacup , Convalescent Homes gravy boat, GWR water jug, plus LNER glass ink well, stopper absent. All sound condition.
141 - £10 Four “LMS HOTELS” BEER BOTTLES, all different patterns. No cracks or chips. £20 (125)
142 - £10 Three Railway Company BEER BOTTLES “L&NER LY”, “L&Y RY LIVERPOOL”, and “MIDLAND HOTEL DERBY”. No cracks or chips.£30 (325)
143 - £40 “LMS” embossed CROSSING GATE LAMP. Two red bullseyes in perfect condition and two clear lenses also in perfect condition. Restored and in super order. Minus vessel & burner. £40 (354)
144 - £50 GWR Spagnoletti double line BLOCK INSTRUMENT, ex service condition. Needs remedial work to indicator plates. £120 (122)
145 - £70 SIGNAL BOX DOOR PLATE - Great Western Railway Notice “NO UNAUTHORISED PERSON ALLOWED IN THE BOX BY ORDER”. Cast iron. Ex box condition. 11” x 8 3/8”. £100 (141)
146 - £50 GWR 8” WALL CLOCK. Clockwork mechanism in a bakelite case. Brass winder beneath, probably pre-war art deco era, being in brown bakelite, the state of art new medium. In working order and without damage. V.G.C.£50 (147)
147 - £60
GWR double sided enamel sign “ALL SEASON TICKETS TO BE SHEWN”. Good colour & shine, with a few service chips. V.G.C. 10” x 11”. £120 (125)
148 - £120 Fletcher type double line BLOCK INSTRUMENT with underslung bell. Plated “Warrington No.2” “Main Line”. Very good ex box condition, faded indicator boards. £120 (122)
149 - £80
SHEDPLATE “55C” Farnley Jct. Ex L&NWR depot 1956-1966. Home to the last three Jubilees. Ex loco condition. £80 (172)
150 - £80
SHEDPLATE “16E” Kirkby in Ashfield. Ex MR depot 1963-1966. Mainly freight locos with an allocation of approx. 70 locos in 1963. Repainted face, ex loco back. £220 (124)
151 - £80
LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “LMS REBUIILT DERBY”. Cast embossed brass. Cleaned ex loco condition. £80 (147)
152- £80
SHEDPLATE “34G” Finsbury Park 1960-1973. Always a diesel depot, home to the Southern area Deltics. Repainted.
153 - £80
SHEDPLATE “55H” Neville Hill. Ex NE Leeds depot 1960-1973. Allocation of 52 locos in 1960 including five A3 Pacifics. Clean ex loco condition. £130 (130)
154 - £60 Glasgow & South Western Railway SIGNAL-POST FINIAL. Cast iron construction. Sound condition, repainted. 28” high. £60 (347)
155 - £30 Cast brass TENDER WATER CAPACITY PLATE “3000 GALLS”. Locomotive type unknown to us. 4 ½” x 3 1/8”. Ex loco.
156 - £20 EPNS MILK JUG engraved “LNER RC GE” in script, London North Eastern Railway Restaurant Car Great Eastern, from Liverpool Street by HB&H. 3 ½” high. V.G.C.
157 - £20 Cast brass VACUUM BRAKE HANDLE GUIDE, as fitted to Stanier locomotives, stamped “225” ref to boiler pressure. Faintly written to rear “45597 Jubilee Barbados”. 5” long. £50 (144)
158 - £20 Cast brass VACUUM BRAKE HANDLE GUIDE, as fitted to Stanier locomotives, stamped “225” ref to boiler pressure. Stamped to rear “5444” ex Black 5”. 5” long. £50 (144)
159 - £20 Cast brass VACUUM BRAKE HANDLE GUIDE, as fitted to Stanier locomotives, stamped “225” ref to boiler pressure. Stamped to rear “854” we think ref to 44854 Stanier Class 5. 5” long. £50 (144)
160 - £60
Southern Railway POCKET WATCH engraved on the back cover “SR 2014”. Rubbed. Full working order.
161 - £50
LMS POCKET WATCH by Limit. Back cover engraved ‘LMS 16834’. Full working order. £50 (316)
162 - £70
GWR POCKET WATCH, face written “GWR 02617”. Also engraved on the back cover “GWR 02617”. Full working order. Accompanied by its chain. £150 (209)
163 - £30
BR(M) POCKET WATCH by ‘Montine’. “BR(M) 956” engraved on the back cover. Full working order. £50 (106)
164 - £40
LMS POCKET WATCH by ‘Montine’. “LMR 497” engraved on the back cover. Full working order. Accompanied by its chain.
165 - £30
BR(S) POCKET WATCH by ‘Montine’. “BR(S) 9586” engraved on the back cover. Full working order. Accompanied by its chain. £30 (209)
166 - £30
BR(W) STOP WATCH by ‘Lemonia’. “BR-W 5518” engraved on the back cover. Full working order. £30 (209)
167 - £40 SHEDPLATE “8A” Edge Hill 1955-1968. Ex L&NWR depot with an allocation of 120 locos during the 1950’s. Princess Royals, Scots, Jubilees amongst the vast array of locos. Repainted.£60 (114)
168 - £20 Original TRANSFER ON BOARD “LMS”. In pristine condition. Arms 14” diameter. £20 (202)
169 - £10 Wrexham & Ellesmere Rly Co. RAIL CHAIR. A very rare rail chair, this line was only 12 miles in length. Repainted.
170 - £15 South African Railways EPNS CRUET SET, salt, pepper & mustard. Nicely engraved with company crest. V.G.C. 4 ½” high. £30 (125)
171 - £60 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “HUDSWELL CLARKE & CO LTD RAILWAY FOUNDRY LEEDS ENGLAND NO D 1252 1962”. As carried by a diesel mechanical 0-6-0 loco, sold to the Manchester Ship Canal Co. Embossed cast brass. 12 ¾” x 8 ¼”. V.g.c. £270 (330)
172 - £30 Southern Railway 4 ASPECT HANDLAMP, body stamped “S(E)R”. Complete with vessel & burner. All aspect glasses absent. Excellent condition.£30 (126)
173 - £50 North Eastern Railway LETTER RACK (metal) with brass label affixed to back plate “NER”. Sound condition, repainted. 18 ½” x 8” x 5” deep. Uncommon item. V.G.C.
174 - £80 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “LMS BUILT 1931 DERBY”. Locos built 1931 were 39 Fowler 3P Tanks, 11 Fowler 2P 4-4-0. Embossed cast brass, year engraved. V.G.C.
175 - £40 London Midland & Scottish Railway EPNS TRAY, engraved to the centre with LMS cypher. 12 “ diameter in very good condition. Made by Walker & Hall, Sheffield.
176 - £60
SHEDPLATE “18A” Toton. Ex MR depot with an allocation of 150 plus locos, including 23 LMS Garratts. An original LMS Shedplate, having the earlier fixing hole centres. Painted over old grime and rust.£60 (321)
177 - £30
Cast-iron SIGN “GAS VALVE, IN CASE OF FIRE TURN VALVE TO THE LEFT 2ft 0 INS”. Original condition. 12” x 8”. £30 (152)
178 - £30
WAGON PLATE “MIDLAND RY CARRIAGE & WAGON CO. LTD 20649 OWNERS BIRMINGHAM”. Starburst shape, the rarer large variety. Repainted, ex wagon back. No cracks or loss. Sound condition. 15 ¼” x 13 ½”. £30 (192)
179 - £150 LNER enamel sign “PASSENGERS CROSS THE LINE BY THE FOOTBRIDGE ONLY”. Super colour & shine. Couple of small face chips & usual edge nibbles. 36” x 24”. £150 (120)
180 - £200
SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “42381” as carried by Fowler 4P 2-6-4T. Built at Derby in 1932. Allocations from 1948 included Wigan Central, Longsight, Rugby, Northampton, Bangor, Stoke, Stafford. Withdrawn in May 1965.£380 (301)
181 - £200 O’GAUGE FINE SCALE MODEL of Churchward’s Pacific type 111 “The Great Bear”. Lightly weathered finish. £350 (123)
182 - £200 O’GAUGE FINE SCALE MODEL of GWR Class 4300 No. 7309. Lightly weathered finish. £350 (123)
183 - £50
London & North Western Railway cast-iron PILLAR PLATE “L&NWR CO. 178”. This plate we think was one of several such plates affixed to the pillars of the undercroft at Manchester London Road Station. Repainted face, ex pillar back. 16” x 11 ½”.
184 - £80
Cast-iron GATE NOTICE – Great Southern & Western Railway of Ireland “GS & WR NOTICE ANY PERSON LEAVING THIS GATE OPEN IS LIABLE TO A PENALTY OF FORTY SHILLINGS”. Note: From the photo this looks like an aged fake, we can assure you this is not and is entirely genuine. Total ex lineside condition. 10 ¾” x 11 ¾”.
185 - £250 ‘G’ GAUGE garden railway LIVE STEAM LOCO. This loco is scratch built with a Roundhouse boiler. Very good condition. £250 (180)
186 - £80 Enamel sign “PARCELS AND LEFT LUGGAGE” BR(W) FF. Good colour & shine, minor blemishes. Overall very nice condition. 24” x 18”. £120 (152)
187 - £80 Cheshire Lines Committee SIGNAL-POST FINIAL, ball & spike design. Cast-iron, sound condition. 32” in height.
188 - £60 SIGNAL-POST FINIAL (Stevens type), used by GNSR and the NBR. Good sound condition. 29” in height. £60 (125)
189 - £100 GCR/LNER wooden-cased PEGGING BLOCK INSTRUMENT in fine, ex signal box condition. £120 (122)
190 - £60 GCR/LNER split-cased, wooden cased BLOCK BELL with offset tapper & small mushroom shaped brass bell. Brass thumb screws are absent to side casing. Good condition. £80 (122)
191 - £60
SHEDPLATE “34G” Finsbury Park 1960-1973. BR depot, home to London’s Deltic fleet. Totally ex loco. £90 (147)
192 - £120 SINGLE-LINE KEY TOKEN, steel construction with brass insert, engraved & embossed “HOLT PATNEY AND CHIRTON”. From the GWR line from Westbury, later used at Holt Jct. £150 (141)
193 - £50 Pair of cast alloy HYSON CHIMES rescued from a BR Warship Class loco. Totally ex loco in very good order. No loss or cracks. Large one is 18” long with 8” diameter trumpet. Small one is 14” long with 7 ½” diameter trumpet. £50 (125)
194 - £40 Medium sized LOCO WHISTLE, nicely mounted on a wooden turned stand. Loco class unknown. Looks line LNER in design, perhaps group standard. 9 ½” including stand. £70 (122)
195 - £80 LMS LOCO HOOTER, totally ex loco condition. 16” total length. £100 (122)
196 - £80 Large GWR LOCO WHISTLE, in ex loco condition. 10” long. £100 (122)
197 - £80 Small GWR LOCOMOTIVE WHISTLE, stamped GWR on the stem, also “MR 41121”. Polished condition. £120 (122)
198 - £60 Group of three “organ-iron” LOCOMOTIVE WHISTLES, various sizes. 08 shunters, industrials etc. All brass and in very good condition. 12”, 9 ”, 8” long. £130 (172)
199 - £120 Small GWR LOCOMOTIVE WHISTLE, as removed from Hall Class No 5944 “Ickenham Hall”. Complete with 90⁰ knuckle and small description brass plaque allocated to Oxley 1950 then Stafford Rd, Stourbridge, Worcester, Gloucester Horton Rd. Withdrawn in 1963. 8 ½” long. V.G.C.
200 - £80 Small GWR LOCOMOTIVE WHISTLE. Polished. V.G.C. 8 ½” long. £120 (122)
201 - £60
Enamel DOORPLATE “GENTLEMEN”, small loss of enamel round edges. Good colour & shine. 18” x 3 ½”. £110 (122)
202 - £40 L&YR tinplate LETTER RACK with closing doors, one of which is absent. In scumbled finish. Not seen before with doors. 16” tall, 9” wide, 6” depth.
203 - £40
Great Northern Railway COACH PLATE “GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY DONCASTER BUILDERS”. Embossed cast-iron. Repainted face, ex coach back. V.G.C.£60 (322)
204 - £20
London & South Western Railway MILE FRACTION PLATE “3/4”. Repainted, cast-iron. Sound condition. 11 ½” x 8”. £40 (318 )
205 - £25
Great Eastern Railway BRIDGE PLATE “1197”. Repainted face only. Cast-iron, sound condition. 12” x 18”. £40 (122)
206 - £25
North Eastern Railway cast iron BRIDGE PLATE “112”. Repainted. Cast-iron, sound condition. 11” x 7”.
207 - £10
Cast-iron INSPECTION COVER “LM & SR SIGNAL & TELE. DEPT CREWE”. Repainted face only. Sound condition. 11” x 11”.
208 - £10
Cast iron INSPECTION COVER, embossed “THE MILLS HURCOL LUBRICATOR PATENTED, EXORS OF JAMES MILLS LIMITED, WOODLEY, STOCKPORT, ENGLAND. Manufacturers of railway rail lubrication systems and permanent way fastenings. 10” diameter, ex trackside. £80 (154)
209 - £30
Cast-iron WAGON TYPE PLATE “GRAMPUS” affixed to a 20 Tonne drop-side ballast & sleeper wagon. Designed by British Railways, code named Grampus. Built between 1951 and 1961. Repainted face only. Sound condition. 20” x 4 ½”. £100 (205)
210 - £25 Waterlow & Son Ltd TICKET PUNCH MACHINE accompanied by box of type and tweezers. Both machines and box of tweezers have the makers label attached. In working order. V.G.C.£35 (116)
211 - £25 Cast-iron WAGON INSTRUCTION PLATE, tipping instruction etc. Ex wagon, sound condition. 17” x 7”.
212 - £25 Pressed ALUMINIUM SIGN “BRITISH TRANSPORT COMMISSION WARNING IS HEREBY GIVEN TO PERSONS NOT TO TRESPASS UPON THE RAILWAY, PENALTY NOT EXCEEDING 40/ -“. Totally ex lineside condition. 18” x 10”. £25 (116)
213 - £20 Set of three CARRIAGE LUGGAGE RACK SUPPORTS, untitled, cast iron. Consists of two end supports and a centre support, all with coat or hat hooks. Rusty but sound and complete. £30 (190)
214 - £20 Nickel-plated TICKET PUNCH MACHINE. In very good order, no makers name.
215 - £10 ‘GWR’ stamped STEEL PLUG or MANDREL 50mm. Use unknown. 8” x 2”.
216 - £50 London Transport TAIL LAMP, complete with vessel, burner etc. Chimney embossed “LT”. As new condition. £90 (205)
217 - £750

SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “9014” as carried by Dukedog 4-4-0, designed by Collett, a variation of the Bulldog Class. Built Swindon in 1937. Allocations included Croes Newydd 1957-1960. Withdrawn in 1960. Face-painted only. £850 (187)
218 - £400 TOTEM “INCE” (M) face-drilled, wall mounting. Totally ex station condition. Ince is located on the Manchester to Southport line situated 17 ¼”miles north west of Manchester between Hindley and Wigan. Opened by the L&YRY. Very good colour & shine with usual edge rusting. No other discernible blemishes. £600 (174)
219 - £30
Midland & Great Western Railway of Ireland cast-iron BRIDGE-PLATE “MGWR 730”. Repainted face, ex lineside back with post mark. 12” x 8”.
220 - £25
LMS VIADUCT PLATE “L M & S R CO 5”. LNWR pattern. Heavily corroded but nicely repainted with ex viaduct back. Sound, no cracks etc. Not a common plate. 12” x 9 ½”.
221 - £40 North Eastern Railway cast-iron MILE POST TOP cast “N O R, S JC 1”. Double-sided, nicely repainted. 12” x 19”. £40 (152)
222 - £10 Cheshire Lines Committee SIGNAL WEIGHT “CLC 60 LBS”. Embossed cast steel. 12” diameter. £10 (103)
223 - £40 “LMS” concrete BOUNDARY POST. A little loss to top edge. These posts are not common. 46” high.
224 - £40 Midland Railway cast-iron MILE MARKER “7¼ FROM H”. Repainted face, sound condition. £85 (126)
225 - £60 GWR BRIDGE DIAMOND. In sound condition, no loss. Original bolts in situ, weight plates absent. 48” x 30”. £60 (358)
226 - £50 “L&NWR CO” BOUNDARY POST. Complete with foot. Cast iron, repainted. 48” high. £50 (358)
227 - £50 North Eastern Railway BOUNDARY POST, head cast “NER”. Complete with foot, cast iron. 43” tall. £90 (315)
228 - £40 Midland Railway BOUNDARY POST, “MR” hammered into the head. Made from a length of bull head rail heated in the furnace and then the head hammer flat under a steam drop hammer. 52” tall. £50 (126)
229 - £40 Great Western Railway BOUNDARY POST. Button type, affixed to a length of broad gauge rail. “GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY CO. BOUNDARY”.£80 (339)
230 - £60
GROUND FRAME NAMEBOARD “MANTON SOUTH”. Located on the Midland Rly route from Glendon South Jct to Wymondham Jct situated between Herringworth & Oakham. Wooden board with metal letters. Repainted face, ex lineside back. 38” x 6”. £95 (316)
231 - £300
SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “44157”, as carried by Fowler 0-6-0 Class 4F. Built at Crewe in 1925, allocations included Toton, Nuneaton. Withdrawn in 1965 from Carlisle Canal. Ex loco condition. There is a small chip to the inside of the flange. Does not detract. £300 (172)
232 - £50 Framed & glazed black & white photograph of sailing yacht “NAHLIN”. This famous vessel was ordered by Lady Yule, film financier & horse breeder. Built by John Brown & Co , Clydebank, used by King Edward V111 and Wallis Simpson in the Adriatic Sea. The name ‘Nahlin’ is taken from the native American word meaning “Fleet of foot”. This vessel is owned by Sir James Dyson (carpet cleaners) who purchased it from Sir Anthony Bamford of JCB. Superb photo from Beken of Cowes. 34” x 26”.
233 - £20 POSTER DR – “International Air Tattoo 85 RAF Fairford July 13-14 Travel by Trains.”£100 (113)
234 - £20 POSTER – “SEE A FRIEND THIS WEEKEND INTERCITY MAKES THE GOING EASY”. Small version of this poster. £30 (154)
235 - £60
Set of four SOLID SILVER MEDALIONS “HISTORY OF THE RAILWAYS”. 1” 7/10” diameter. Hall marked for Birmingham 1971 maker WJD “WILLIAM JAMES DINGLE” accompanied with original box. Perfect condition. £140 (332)
236 - £50
Solid silver PIN/STUD TRAY commemorative item with a solid bronze Stockton & Darlington medallion affixed to the centre commemorating 100yrs silver tray hallmarked for Chester 1925, maker Harrison & Sons. 4 ½” diameter, nice clear hallmarks. No dings or scratches, lovely item. Perfect condition. Note: Chester hallmarked silver is sort after as this Assay office closed back in the early 60’s. £130 (157)
237 - £20 “GREAT NORTHERN RLY REFRESHMENT ROOM DEPT” salt-glaze half pint TEA POT in brown. Perfect, no chips or cracks. Complete with correct cover. Maker “Bourne Denby”. V.G.C. 3 ½” high. £30 (122)
238 - £120 Great Eastern STATION WALL LANTERN from “ALDEBY”. Located on the route from Ipswich to Yarmouth, situated between Beccles & St Olaves. Makers brass label “The Reform Lighting Co, London”. Comes with reflector, floor glass, two panes of glass are absent, but the lantern is very solid. Manufactured in steel. The original station name glass has a crack, does not detract. 21” x 12” wide x 10” deep. £410 (139)
239 - £30 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway silver-plated HALF-PINT TANKARD with large L&Y Rly coat of arms, engraved on the body. Stamped “ 1/2 pint”, also stamped with Victoria’s crown & below “VR”. Manufactured by ‘Mappin & Webb’ stamped on underside. Very good used condition. £50 (363)
240 - £20 Lancashire & Yorkshire Rly LIQUEUR GLASS, acid etched with company cypher, nice and clear with a small chip to the pedestal foot. 4” in height. £90 (302)
241 - £20 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway lead crystal cut glass ½ PINT BEER MUG with acid etched L&Y cypher. Tiny nibbles to the base, proof of use in service. 4” high. £100 (302)
242 - £40 L&Y untitled cast-iron sign “BEWARE OF THE TRAINS”. 27” x 13”. £70 (126)
243 - £40 Modern image, aluminium powder coated STATION SIGN “GOOSTREY”. Located on the Manchester to Crewe, London main line, situated between Chelford & Holmes Chapel. Ex service condition. 44”x 14”. £40 (114)
244 - £25 A stencilled painted plywood sign “THIS ENGINE IS DESTINED FOR THE LAKESIDE WINDERMERE BRANCH LINE L.R.S”. 18” x 14”.
245 - £30 SIGNAL BOX TELEPHONE, with nickel bell and bakelite handset. In ex box condition. £50 (122)
246 - £10 2 x ½ PINT BEER BOTTLES, one embossed “GCR” the other “LMS HOTELS”. Both in excellent condition. No chips or cracks. £20 (122)
247 - £40 LMS embossed 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, brass lozenge affixed to the body “LMS B 29558”. Complete with all fixtures & glasses. V.G.C. £60 (363)
248 - £40 Modern image STATION RUNNING IN SIGN “POYNTON” “FIRST”. Located on the Manchester to London line via Stoke on Trent, situated between Bramhall and Adlington. In very good order. 46” x 14”. £40 (114)
249 - £40 Modern image LAMP TABLET “STYAL”. Located on the Wilmslow to Manchester line, situated between Wilmslow and Gatley. Opened 1909 by the L&NWR. 24” x 8”. £ 120 (332)
250 - £60 Large 3 APECT HANDLAMP, probably a private owners lamp ie: a colliery, a large brass label is affixed to the reducing cone, stamped “HC CO LOCO 8”. Complete with all glasses, copper vessel, burner & reflector. Good sound lamp.
251 - £60 LMS 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP “LMS” embossed to the body, also brass label affixed to the body “LMS” and stamped “54169”. Complete with all fittings, all glasses are good, front lens is perfect.
252 - £40 Six large Ffestiniog nickel TUNIC BUTTONS. Three manufactured by Compton, three manufactured by JS Smist. V.G.C.
253 - £50 London Passenger Transport 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, body stamped “LPTB”. Complete with correct copper vessel, burner etc. All glassing good & clear front lens.
254 - £60
LNER saucer top 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, brass plated “BR(E) NEWARK”. Complete with unmarked vessel & burner. All glasses present, clear front lens. V.G.C.
255 - £30 LMS GENERAL PURPOSE HANDLAMP “LMS” embossed to the chimney top. Complete with “LMS” stamped vessel and LMS burner. V.G.C.
256 - £40 LMS 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, body embossed “LMS”, also lozenge affixed to the body “LMS 90”. Complete with vessel, burner etc. All slatted glasses in good condition and clear front lens. £40 (126)
257 - £50 L&SWR 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, stamped “L&SWR A461”. Correct unmarked vessel & burner. All glasses good, clear front lens. V.G.C.
258 - £40 Southern Railway 4 ASPECT HANDLAMP, correct vessel and SR burner. Clear front lens, all aspect glasses are absent. Body stamped “SER”. Ex service condition.
259 - £40 LNER saucer top 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, body embossed “LNER”, LNER burner, unmarked vessel. Green glass absent, clear front lens, free moving. Restored. £50 (126)
260 - £60
LNER saucer top 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, body embossed “LOCO” brass plated “DONCASTER”. Complete with unmarked vessel & burner, all glasses present, good clear front lens. From the famous Carr loco shed. V.G.C.£60 (347)
261 - £60
LNER saucer top 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, brass-plated “WELWYN GARDEN CITY”, complete with BR (E) stamped vessel & burner. All glasses are good with clear front lens.£250 (314)
262 - £40 2 LOCO GAUGE LAMPS, one embossed “LMS” with LMS marked vessel. The other has no markings, complete with fore and aft vessel. Probably “GNR”. Repainted. £40 (122)
263 - £30 BR GENERAL PURPOSE HANDLAMP, complete with vessel & burner. Modern image double arrow logo to back reflector plate. Very strange that BR were still ordering up oil lamps in the 70’s.
264 - £80 GWR SINGLE ASPECT INSPECTOR’S LAMP, body stamped “GWR”, makers plate affixed to the body “C. POLKEY LTD MANUFACTURES BIRMINGHAM”. Complete with fore & aft vessel, clear lens. Repainted. V.G.C.
265 - £30 2 LOCO GAUGE LAMPS, unmarked. Correct vessel & burners. The smaller one of the two has makers plate affixed to the back plate “RAILWAY SUPPLY CO”.
266 - £300 TOTEM “HOOTON” BR(M) HF. Hooton Station is located on the Birkenhead Junction Rly situated at the junction of the line to Parkgate, also the line from Helsby. Opened in 1840 by the Birkenhead Jct Railway, owned jointly by the GWR & LNWR. Chip repair to the centre of the second ‘O’, also some edge chips & nibbles. Suffers from some mottling etc. Fair to good condition. Comes with its rear fixing brackets. £340 (324)
267 - £350
LMS enamel LAMP TABLET “SETTLE”. Settle station is located on the Midland main line from Leeds to Carlisle at the foot of the, what is called ‘the long drag’, the famous S&C. Double sided, held withing a steel frame with integral hanging hooks. There are a couple of well executed repairs to the enamel. Good colour & shine. 22” x 8” not including hooks. Very rare item. £500 (176)
268 - £550 TOTEM – ‘EAST MALLING HALT” (S) FF. Located on the South Eastern & Chatham Rly line from Otford to Maidstone, situated between Wrotham & Barming. Opened in 1913. Very good colour & shine. Mint condition. £600 (157)
269 - £750 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “57591” as carried by McIntosh designed 0-6-0, built by Sharp Stewart 1900 for the Caledonian Railway. Allocation included Forres, Kittybrewster, Keith, Aviemore, Dalry Rd, withdrawn in 1961. Repainted face, cleaned ex loco back. £850 (187)
270 - £450 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “90651”, as carried by Riddles designed Austerity 2-8-0 heavy freight loco, built by Vulcan Foundry in 1944 for the War Department, becoming ‘90651’ during 1949. Allocations included Wakefield, withdrawn in October 1966. Repainted face & back.
271 - £250
LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “NORTH BRITISH LOCOMOTIVE CO. LTD GLASGOW” “QUEENS PARK WORKS NO. 23456 1926”, as carried by Fowler 0-6-0 4F number ‘44382’. Allocations included Buxton 1948-1954, Edgeley 1954-1959. Withdrawn November 1959. Ex loco condition, still has two original rivets in place. £250 (334)
272 - £600
Southern Railway CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “SOUTHERN RAILWAY 173”, as carried by London & South Western Rly Class L11 4-4-0, designed by Drummond, built at Nine Elms Works. Emerging to traffic in September 1904, allocated to Birmingham in 1948, Eastleigh in 1950. Withdrawn in 1951. Repainted face, clean back. Very good condition.
273 - £30 Great Western Railway FIRE BUCKET, restored condition. Body embossed “GWR”. V.G.C.£40 (152)
274 - £150 Great Eastern Railway sliding knob HANDLAMP, date stamped “1917”. Complete with its back handles. Original “GER” stamped early rape oil vessel, burner & reflector. All glasses are good, clear front lens.
275 - £180
L&NWR INSPECTORS 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP marked “S SANDFORD AUG 1919”. Complete with all glasses, unmarked fore and aft vessel and LMS burner. Clear front lens. V.G.C.
276 - £1000 Lancashire & Yorkshire Rly 12” round head fusee WALL CLOCK, face written “JOHN AGAR L.Y.R 2759 BURY” also with LYR metal plate “FORMBY”. Mahogany surround with spun bezel. Superb clock, complete with pendulum & key. Full working order. £1500 (153)
277 - £150 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “LMS 4826 BUILT 1934 DERBY, as carried by Stanier Class 5 ‘44826’. An unusual plate. £200 (163)
278 - £180 London & South Western 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, reducing cone has brass plate affixed, embossed “W&W 77”, body stamped “L&S WR CO 77”. This number is repainted on the aspect drum. Complete with ‘LSWR’ stamped vessel and “SR” marked burner. All glasses good, clear lens. £220 (157)
279 - £80 South Eastern & Chatham Rly 4 ASPECT HANDLAMP, brass plated to the reducing cone “SRA G5440”, also brass button affixed to the reducing cone “A”. Complete with S(B)R stamped vessel, burner & reflector. All glasses are good. Clear front lens.
280 - £80 Midland Railway 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, body and reducing cone stamped “MR CO”, brass lozenge affixed to reducing cone “MIDLAND RAILWAY “5959B”. Complete with unmarked vessel, burner & reflector, blue glass has edge damage. Easily replaced if need be.
281 - £160 LMS 4 ASPECT HANDLAMP, plated to the body “KILMARNOCK NO. 7 LMS RLY”. Complete with “LMS” stamped vessel & burner, all four aspect glasses, slatted glass. Very good order.
282 - £120
Cambrian Railways Company cast iron sign “MOTOR CAR ACTS 1896 and 1903, NOTICE” with ten further lines of text “CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY, S. WILLIAMSON SECRETARY, OSWESTRY, SALOP”. Rare sign. Repainted face, original back. 30” x 23 ½”.
283 - £50 Great Northern Railway SIGNAL LAMP INTERIOR plated “NAVENBY”. ‘Navenby’ is located on the route from Barkston to Lincoln, situated between Leadenham and Harmston. In excellent condition, complete with all fixings.£60 (167)
284 - £50
LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “FRANKENTHALER KESSELSCHMIEOE & KUHNLE, KOPP & KAUSCH, AG FRANKENTHAL PFALZ NO.7692 6 JHN 1400 LTR ATM 1908”. Cast brass. 6” x 3 ½”. £50 (165)
285 - £350
LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “KERR.STUART & CO LTD, LONDON & STOKE, NO. 4146 1919”. As carried by standard gauge 0-4-0 Saddle Tank. New to St Helens Collieries Ltd, Ravenhead Colliery. Loco named “The Grove”. Embossed cast brass. 12 ¾” x 6 ¼”. £350 (342)
286 - £300
LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “AVONSIDE ENGINE CO. LTD BRISTOL ENGINE NO. 1889 BUILT 1921”, as carried by Standard gauge 0-6-0 Saddle Tank. New to Staveley Coal & Iron Co. Loco named “DEVONSHIRE”. Embossed cast brass. 10 7/8” x 6 ½”. £440 (356)
287 - £250
LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “YORKSHIRE ENGINE CO. LIMITED MEADOW-HALL WORKS SHEFFIELD NO. 2571 1954”, as carried by Standard gauge 0-6-0 Saddle Tank. New to “United Steel Ore Mining, Frodingham Ironstone Mines” as their “No. 24”. Embossed cast brass. 11” x 6”.
288 - £60
LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “THE HUNSLET ENGINE CO. LTD LEEDS 80HP NO. 6313 1965” as carried by 3ft gauge 0-4-0 diesel mechanical. New to the Irish Turf Board as their “LM 234” used at Blackwater Co. Offaly. Embossed cast brass. 8” x 5”. £300 (146)
289 - £550
LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “MANNING, WARDLE & CO. LTD. LEEDS. 1881, 1915.”. As carried by Standard gauge 0-6-0 Saddle Tank type 16” special. New to Kopper Coke Ovens & By Products, Glasshoughton as their “No.1” . It passed NCB ownership in 1947 and worked at Glasshoughton Coking Plant. Embossed cast brass. 10” x 6”. £550 (118)
290 - £200

LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “THE HUNSLET ENGINE CO. LTD LEEDS NO. 1955 – 1939”, as carried by Standard gauge 0-6-0 Saddle Tank. New to Airdale Colleries, Castleford, Yorkshire as “AIRDALE No. 1”, later to NCB, working at Allerton Bywater Colliery. Embossed cast brass. 11” x 8”.
291 - £50
LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “VEB LOKOMOTIVBAU KARL MARX BARBELSBERG 1962”. Embossed cast aluminium. 8” x 6”. £50 (194)
292 - £250 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “HUDSWELL CLARKE & CO. LTD RAILWAY FOUNDRY LEEDS NO. 862 1909”, as carried by Standard gauge 0-4-0 Saddle Tank. New to “Dinnington No. 2”, later Dinnington Main Colliery. Engraved cast brass. 12” x 8”.£550 (330)
293 - £60
SHEDPLATE “41A” – Sheffield Darnall 1955-1965. Ex GCR depot with an allocation of over 100 locos at its peak. Code transferred to Tinsley 1964-1973, NER diesel dept. Repainted face, cleaned back. £60 (172)
294 - £350 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “44564”, as carried by Fowler 4F 0-6-0, built Crewe works. Emerging to traffic in 1937, allocations included Rowsley, Trafford Park, Toton. Withdrawn in 1964. Repainted face & back. Very sound plate.
295 - £50 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway OFFICE CHAIR (Carver type) with “L&Y” branded twice to the underside. In very good original condition. £80 (316)
296 - £40
Cast-iron sign “LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY NOTICE”, referring to shutting & fastening the gate. Ex lineside condition. 23” x 21”.£80 (363)
297 - £40
Cast iron sign “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY WARNING TO TRESPASSERS” with 7 extra lines of text. Ex lineside condition, post mark to rear. 28” x 16”. £70 (126)
298 - £40
Cast iron sign “GREAT CENTRAL RY TRESPASSERS ON THIS PROPERTY WILL BE PROSECUTED”. Ex lineside condition, gate-mark to rear. 20” x 12”. £70 (126)
299 - £40
Cast iron sign “STRATFORD -UPON-AVON & MIDLAND JUNCTION RAILWAY BEWARE OF TRAINS TRESPASSERS WILL BE PROSECUTED BY ORDER”. Ex lineside condition. 21” x 14 ½”. £100 (132)
300 - 9,500
LOCOMOTIVE NAMEPLATE “LORD RATHMORE” as carried by the Fowler designed Patriot Class numbered ‘5533’. Built at Derby works for the LMS, emerging to traffic in April 1933, becoming ‘45533’ in 1949 under British Railways. Allocation included Edge Hill, Carlisle Upperby, Rugby, Nuneaton. Withdrawn from Edge Hill in September 1962. Repainted face with ex loco back. In superb condition. 34” in length. £9500 (303)
301 - £40
Cast-iron sign “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY BEWARE OF THE TRAINS LOOK BOTH UP AND DOWN THE LINE BEFORE YOU CROSS 021”. Ex lineside condition. 22” x 12”. £80 (315)
302 - £40 Cast-iron sign “MIDLAND RAILWAY “ large sign referring to the offence of trespass upon the railway with ten lines of text “JUNE 1893”. Ex lineside condition. 40” x 28”. 6 x hole pattern. £80 (325)
303 - £40
Cast-iron sign “CLC S.T 2FT 0” Cheshire Lines Railway stop-tap plate. Repainted a long time ago. 14” x 15”. £40 (192)
304 - £50
Cast-iron sign untitled “BEWARE OF TRAINS”. Face repainted in primer, rear ex lineside with post mark. 19” x 13”. £50 (152)
305 - £20
Cast-iron CRANE-PLATE, GWR pattern. Repainted a while ago. 21” x 10”.
306 - £30
Cast-iron sign “NOTICE PLATELAYERS AND OTHERS MUST BE CAREFUL WHEN OPENING OUT BALLAST ON THIS BRIDGE NOT TO DAMAGE THE ASPHALTE”. Ex lineside condition. 16” x 10”. £45 (315)
307 - £25
Cast-iron WAGON OWNERS PLATE “CHIPMAN CHEMICAL CO.LTD 2 CARLTON STREET, LONDON SW1 NO.102”. Repainted face, ex wagon back. 20” x 10”.
308 - £60 SOUTHERN RAILWAY LOCK & BLOCK INSTRUMENT, by Sykes. With brass fittings and Sykes makers plate. £170 (358)
309 - £60 BR(W) single-line PERMISSIVE BLOCK INSTRUMENT. Very nice condition . £100 (122)
310 - £40 Great Western Railway BR(W) wooden cased LAMP REPEATER with flag and plates. In good ex box condition. £40 (147)
311 - £150 Midland Railway brass LOCOMOTIVE WHISTLE. Lightly polished, signs of a long working life. Very nice example.
312 - £110 London & North Eastern Railway DOUBLE LINE BLOCK INSTRUMENT. In ex box condition.
313 - £120
BR/LNER pattern LOCOMOTIVE HEADLAMP, plated to the chimney “CLR” (Central London Railway). In restored condition, complete with vessel, burner and red flip over lens.
314 - £80
SHEDPLATE “84C” – Banbury 1948-1963. Ex GWR depot with an allocation of approx. 60 locos. Code transferred to Truro 1963-1965, ex GWR depot with an allocation of diesels by this time. Repainted face, cleaned back. £100 (147)
315 - £100 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “ST JULIEN TOBACCO COOL FRAGRANCE”. Good colour & shine, has some loss of enamel, in general a very attractive sign. 49” x 12”. £130 (122)
316 - £100 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “WESTWARD HO!” “THE POPULAR SMOKING MIXTURE”. Good colour & shine, some loss of metal and enamel but generally in good order. An attractive sign. 59” x 12”. £120 (122)
317 - £80 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “LMS DERBY REBUILT”. Embossed cast brass. Devoid of paint. Clean back. V.G.C.
318 - £80
LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “LMS BUILT 1938 CREWE”. “LMS” has been erased. Locos built this year were twenty Black Fives, 14 2-6-2 T, 10 Coronation Pacifics and 7 8Fs. This plate has ‘48106’ painted on the back. Repainted face, clean back. Embossed cast brass. £100 (147)
319 - £110
LOCOMOTIVE WORKS NUMBERPLATE “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY DARLINGTON WORKS 1913 3355”, number ground off, over-strip is absent, it would have read ‘63355’. As carried by Raven heavy freight loco class Q6 0-8-0, originally numbered 1279. Emerging to traffic May 1913, allocations included Tyne Dock, Haverton Newport, West Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Thornaby, West Aukland. Withdrawn in July 1963. Devoid of paint.
320 - £50
LOCOMOTIVE WORKS NUMBERPLATE OVERSTRIP “61427”, as carried by Raven designed B16. Built at Darlington works 1921, going to Heaton depot from New Blaydon 1924, York North 1937, Neville Hill 1949. Withdrawn in 1960. Embossed cast brass. £80 (111)
321 - £50 GNR/LNER 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, complete with fore & aft vessel & burner. Double pie crust also fitted with a bullseye lens. Rusty finish, will just need a rub with an oily rag. Sound condition. No heavy rust. £50 (126)
322 - £30 BR(M) GENERAL PURPOSE HANDLAMP in superb condition. “BR(M) embossed to back. Complete with vessel & burner. Looks unused.
323 - £40 NER 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP with black-out shield. Complete with NER stamped fore & aft vessel, burner & reflector. All glasses in good condition. Good clear front lens. Reducing cone stamped “NER”. V.G.C.£40 (116)
324 - £25 LNER SIGNAL LAMP interior plated “MAGDALEN RD”. Rusty but all intact & complete. £25 (152)
325 - £50 Copper-topped unmarked 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP. Complete with copper vessel. V.G.C.
326 - £50 South Eastern Rly 4 ASPECT HANDLAMP, complete with all fittings, unmarked vessel, all glasses good. Front lens clear, body stamped “S.E.R”. V.G.C.
327 - £60
LNER 4 ASPECT HANDLAMP, fore & aft vessel stamped “LNER”, steel plated “LITTLEPORT”. “LNER” stamped to reducing cone. Orange aspect is absent, the bezel is a little loose, needs a dab of solder.
328 - £50 LSWR pattern 4 ASPECT HAND LAMP, complete with all fittings. Orange aspect is absent, body stamped “S.E.R”. Copper lozenge affixed to the reducing cone “1160”. Nice lamp.
329 - £40 BR(M) TRAIN TAIL LAMP, complete with all fittings. V.G.C.£30 (126) prov
330 - £40
BR(M) TRAIN TAIL LAMP, complete with all fittings. V.G.C.£40 (116)
331 - £40
USA ADLAKE LOCOMOTIVE HEADLAMP, complete with all fittings, as new. Cast alloy. V.G.C.
332 - £40 Tin plate ADVERTISING SIGN “CHERRY BLOSSOM”. Good colour & shine. 17 ½” x 28”. £40 (118)
333 - £10
BR(M) TAIL LAMP in ex service condition. Complete with all fittings. In need of a little tlc. £20 (126)
334 - £25 London Transport STORM LAMP, complete in working order. Tank embossed “L.T.E”. Good condition.
335 - £20 North Eastern BRIDGE PLATE “3”. Repainted face. £40 (184)
336 - £20
A CERAMIC ASHTRAY, transfer printed to the centre with an image of a BR Peak Class loco D1 “SCAFELL PIKE”. Potted by Gray’s Pottery, Stoke on Trent. Perfect condition, no cracks or chips. 8 ½” diameter. £20 (186)
337 - £50 A carriage toilet compartment BRASS LOCK, complete with all keys. Fully operational, comes with 3 bags of old pennies. Fit it to your downstairs loo, a very good laugh, a bit of fun. £100 (157)
338 - £30
Hallmarked solid silver MEDALLION “BRITISH RAILWAYS STAFF ASSOCIATION”. The tails side reads “ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL 1963/64 WINNERS”.£30 (311)
339 - £30
Hallmarked solid silver MEDALLION “SILVER PROOF COMMEMORATIVE MEDAL NO. 0829 CHANNEL TUNNEL”. £80 (332)
340 - £50 BR SIGNAL ARM (HOME). Complete with aspects. £80 (152)
341 - £50 BR SIGNAL ARM (DISTANT). Complete with aspects.£80 (152)
342 - £60 North British Railway wooden & metal letter sign “ENGINEMEN ARE WARNED OF RESTRICTED CLEARANCE”. Repainted in North British paint scheme. 38” x 21”. £60 (315)
343 - £20 Original TRANSFER OF BOARD “EAST COAST JOINT STOCK”. Device 11” diameter. V.G.C.
344 - £220 Midland STATION LANTERN, complete with original vessel, burner & glass chimney. Retrieved from the S&D Joint line, station unknown. Retaining its ex-service western region paint work. Superb lantern. 36” in height. 17” x 17” square. £345 (190)
345 - £25 345. Manchester South Junction & Altrincham Rly PRESSURE GAUGE. 4” diameter. Dial written “WESTINGHOUSE AND SAXBY SIGNAL CO. LTD LONDON”. Good condition.
346 - £40
Cast iron sign “L&NE RAILWAY TRESPASSERS WILL BE PROSECUTED”. Repainted face, ex lineside back. 20 7/8” x 12 7/8”. £60 (122)
347 - £40
Cast-iron sign “CHESHIRE LINES CEE” GATE NOTICE, forty shillings. Not a common sign. Repainted face, ex lineside back. Has loss to top right hand corner. 20 ½” x 13 7/8”. £60 (126)
348 - £100 Cheshire Lines Committee SIGNAL POST FINIAL, cast iron foot embossed “C.L.C.A”. Light loss to one side of foot, does not detract. Repainted. The smaller of the two examples of this pattern. 27” in height. £120 (192)
349 - £60 Cast-iron SIGNAL FINIAL by ‘McKenzie & Holland’, umbrella style. Large pattern, zinc spike is absent. 25” in height.
350 - £40 LOCOMOTIVE SANDBOX FILLING CAN embossed “LMS”. In ex-service condition. Nice and straight. 18” total height, 10 ½” diameter.
351 - £30
Great Northern Railway cast iron VIADUCT PLATE “GNR 15”. Repainted face & back a long time ago. 14” x 10”. £50 (122)
352 - £250

Two LEVER FRAMES (GWR WICKET GATE) complete with cast brass lever plates attached “1 UP WICKET” the other “2 DOWN WICKET”. Totally complete, no damage. Repainted a long time ago. Superb items, 42” in height. £470 (320)
353 - £250
LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “YORKSHIRE ENGINE CO. LTD MEADOW HALL WORKS SHEFFIELD NO.2683 1958”, as carried by 200hp 0-4-0 diesel electric loco. Supplied to the ‘Lancashire Steel Co. Monks, Warrington. Repainted face, cleaned ex-loco back. 11” x 6”. £300 (342)
354 - £20
EQUIPMENT PLATE “THE ENGLISH ELECTRIC CO LTD”. Transformer plate from a Class 83 loco. Withdrawn from Longsight, Manchester in the 1980’s. Embossed brass plate. 6” x 5 ½”. £30 (114)
355 - £20
Metropolitan Vickers HEATER ELEMENT COVER removed from an EMI Class 76 loco at Reddish depot in the early 1980’s. Steel plate. 9 ½” x 4 ½”. £50 (136)
356 - £150
INDUSTRIAL LOCOMOTIVE NAMEPLATE “HOWARD SPENCE”, as carried by Sentinel 100hp steam locomotive No. 9378, built in 1947. New to Peter Spence & Sons Ltd of Widnes Chemicals. Withdrawn & scrapped in 1965. Cast brass, repainted face & back. Comes with a wooden display board. 32” x 4”.
357 - £120 STATION LANTERN LAMP HEAD from “MELMERBY” complete with original vessel & burner. Also it has its original frog for fitting to concrete post. One glass pane is absent, easily replaced. Original station name glass “MELMERBY”, Melmerby Station is located on the NER line from Harrogate to Northallerton situated between Ripon & Sinderby. Top finial is absent, (these were turned wood, easily replaced). 37” in total height. £370 (160)
358 - £100 ORIGINAL WATERCOLOUR by E. Timmons. Depicts a rebuilt Patriot ‘45528’ later “R.E.M.E” (Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers” on an up express racking through Levenshulme, Manchester. Framed & glazed. 31” x 24”. £100 (355)
359 - £80 ORIGINAL PEN & INK DRAWING by A.W. Hanson. Depicts ‘The Down Waverley Express” passing Wortley Jct. box. A double-headed Royal Scot as train engine and Black 5 as pilot. 17” x 15” overall. Very well executed.
360 - £40 South Eastern & Chatham Rly GLASS CARAFE, acid-etched “S.E.C.R”. Perfect, no cracks or chips. 6 ½” in height.
361 - £80 Enamel sign “GENTLEMEN” BR(W) FF. Good colour & shine. Some edge & corner chipping, few chips to the face. 37” x 12”. £100 (152)
362 - £40
Lead crystal cut glass DECANTER, engraved “HIBERNIAN". This high class piece of lead crystal is believed to have served on the ‘Hibernia’, in service with the LNWR then LMS, later BR until broken up in 1976. Original stopper, starburst cut bottom. Perfect condition. 9 ½” high. 7” diameter base.
363 - £450 TOTEM - “JOHNSTONE HIGH” (SC) HF. Opened by the Glasgow Paisley Kilmarnock and Ayr Railway in 1840. Located on the line from Glasgow St Enochs to Dalry, situated between Elderslie and Milliken Park. An uncommon totem. Good colour & shine, little mottled. £400 (324) prov
364 - £2500
3 ½” scale LIVE STEAM MODEL of a Gresley V2 Class 4771 “Green Arrow” an immaculately engineered model. This model has been pride of place in a collection in the North West of England for 25 years, bought from Sheffield Railwayana Auctions. This model has not been steamed for at least that time. In superb condition, a true beauty. Copies of the last boiler certificate accompany this model, dated 13th August 1993 - 13th August 1995. We believe this model was built by apprentices at Darlington Locomotive Works.
365 - £40 London South Western Railway brass cased SIGNAL REPEATER. Ex signalbox condition. £120 (171)
366 - £20 SNCF POSTER DR “PARIS”. Depicting art work of Notre Dam Cathedral. Good order.£20 (180)
367 - £20 SNCF POSTER DR “CODE D’AZUR TO SEE FRANCE GO BY TRAIN FRENCH RAILWAYS”. Photographic image. Very good order. £40 (107)
368 - £20 SNCF POSTER DR “SAVOY TO SEE FRANCE GO BY TRAIN, FRENCH RAILWAYS”. Photographic image. Very good order.
369 - £30
Set of three BR Intercity double royal POSTERS, Edinburgh, Leeds, York. In excellent condition. £60 (157)
370 - £50 LNER LOCOMOTIVE 2 ASPECT HANDLAMP. Body embossed “LNER LOCO” also stamped “ANN 66” for Annersley loco depot. Has a clear bullseye lens, complete with unmarked vessel, burner & reflector. Repainted, very nice example. £50 (334)
371 - £40 Unmarked GENERAL PURPOSE HANDLAMP. Complete with vessel & burner with pie crust top, could be of LNER origin. V.G.C.
372 - £70 Great Western Railway small LOCOMOTIVE WHISTLE. In good as used condition. £90 (172)
373 - £60 British Railways CROSSING GATE LAMP. In superb restored condition, no vessel. £80 (353)
374 - £80 SHEDPLATE “82F” – Weymouth 1948-1958. Ex GWR depot with an allocation of approx. 30 locos. Code transferred to Bath 1958-1966, ex S&D JR depot with allocation of 50 locos. Repainted face, clean back. £220 (148)
375 - £1200 TOTEM – “SUMMERSEAT” BR(M) FF. Opened by the East Lancashire Rly. Located on the Bury to Rawtenstall line situated between Bury & Ramsbottom, now part of the East Lancashire Railway heritage line. A rare totem, this example is in mint condition. £2700 (349)
376 - £400 12” DIAL fusee round-head WALL CLOCK, face written “BR(E) 13085”. Records show this clock is from Norwich Signal & Telegraph Dept. An extract from the LNER/BR clock register accompanies this lot. Also a Ian Lyman clock record. In extremely good condition. Fully working, complete with pendulum & key. £400 (189)
377 - £500 8” DIAL FUSEE ROUND HEAD WALL CLOCK, face written “BR 16315”. Records show this clock is from Leeds Hunslet Lane Good Dept, extract from the LNER/BR clock register accompanies this lot. Complete with pendulum & key, fully working order. In extremely good condition. £550 (147)
378 - £60 BR(E) enamel NOTICE BOARD HEADER “BRITISH RAILWAYS”. Good colour, no chips, some loss of shine, slight mottling to letters. 25 ½”x 5 ¾”. Nice example£90 (347)
379 - £110 LNER quad royal full script POSTER BOARD HEADER “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY”. Some repaired chips, mainly around fixing-holes, do not detract. 80” x 5 ¾”. Mounted on a wooden board for display purposes. £190 (361)
380 - £40 LNER cast-iron long GATE NOTICE. Repainted face 40” x 3 ¾”. V.G.C.
381 - £20 Four small LNER/LMS framed ADVERTISING PICTURES, approx. 8” x 7”. A very nice lot.
382 - £200 ABC COMBINED VOLUME 1953. Totally unmarked. Pristine condition, complete with original dust cover. £360 (340)
383 - £220 ABC COMBINED VOLUME 1949. Totally unmarked. Pristine condition, complete with original dust cover, (very rare).£480 (307)
384 - £80 ABC COMBINED VOLUME 1958. Totally unmarked. Pristine condition (very rare). £90 (341)
385 - £40 ABC COMBINED VOLUME ‘Summer 1962’. Totally unmarked. Pristine condition . £80 (307)
386 - £80 ABC COMBINED VOLUME ‘Winter 1960’. Totally unmarked. Pristine condition. £80 (341)
387 - £20 ABC COMBINED VOLUME ‘Winter 1962’. Totally unmarked. Pristine condition.
388 - £20 ABC COMBINED VOLUME 1963. Totally unmarked. Pristine condition. £20 (334)
389 - £20 ABC COMBINED VOLUME ‘Winter 1964’ Totally unmarked. Pristine condition. £20 (334)
390 - £40 ABC COMBINED VOLUME ‘Winter 1965’. Totally unmarked. Pristine condition.
391 - £20 ABC COMBINED VOLUME 1966. Totally unmarked. Pristine condition. £20 (357)
392 - £30 Set of six ABC LOCO SHED DIRECTORIES. Totally unmarked. V.G.C.
393 - £10 LMS LOCO SPOTTERS BOOK “Locomotives of the LMS”, comes with a copy of ‘The British Locomotive Shed Directory’. In good condition. Unmarked.
394 - £80 ABC LOCO SHED BOOK ‘Summer 1955’. Totally unmarked. Pristine condition (very rare).£80 (307)
395 - £60 ABC LOCO SHED BOOK 1953. Totally unmarked. Pristine condition (very rare). £80 (307)
396 - £80 Set of three ABC REGIONAL LOCO SHED BOOKS. Totally unmarked. Pristine condition (very rare).
397 - £80 Set of four ABC LOCO SHED BOOKS ‘Summer 1963, Winter 1964, Summer 1965 and Winter 1965’. Totally unmarked. In pristine condition.
398 - £60 Set of three ABC LOCO SHED BOOKS ‘1977,78,79’. Totally unmarked. In pristine condition.
399 - £30 Set of three ABC LOCO SHED BOOKS ‘1972, 73, 74’. Totally unmarked. In pristine condition. £30 (334)
400 - £8000 LOCOMOTIVE NAMEPLATE “SPEARMINT” as carried by the Gresley A3 Pacific No. 2796, 100, 60100, built Doncaster. Emerging to traffic 17th May 1928 going new to Edinburgh Haymarket, Ferryhill 1937-1938, Taybridge 1940, back to Haymarket 1940-1963, St Margaret’s 1963-1965. Withdrawn after 35 years in service. ‘Spearmint 2796’ was fitted with a corridor tender no ‘5332’ from 30th June 1930 – 29th January 1937 being a regular loco on the nonstops, i.e. ‘The Flying Scotsman’. Thompson number being applied 1946 No “100” later under BR 60100 in 1949. Spearmint became famous as the steed of Norman McKillop, Norman writing numerous books about his exploits with No. 100 writing under the pseudonym of Torag Beg (wee Norman) in Gaelic. Repainted face, clean back. 56” long. Very straight, not bowed at all. Superb example. Comes with a very good wooden splasher, so it can be displayed easily.£8000 (155)
401 - £40 Set of four ABC REGIONAL BOOKS 1960’s. Totally unmarked. Excellent condition.
402 - £80 Set of four ABC REGIONAL BOOKLETS ‘Summer 1958’. Totally unmarked. Pristine condition. £120 (307)
403 - £80 Set of four ABC REGIONAL BOOKLETS ‘Summer 1954’. Totally unmarked. Pristine condition. £120 (307)
404 - £80 Set of four ABC REGIONAL BOOKLETS ‘Winter 1953’. Totally unmarked. Pristine condition.£120 (307)
405 - £40 2 ABC REGIONAL BOOKLETS ‘Winter 1952”, Totally unmarked. Pristine condition.
406 - £

Manchester Victoria STATION CLOCK by ‘Gents of Leicester’ Circa 1940’s. 30” diameter dial, 34” overall, 6” depth. This clock was removed from the station concourse during renovation in the 1970s. Run off electricity, this clock has had transformer attached to allow it to run domestically. This attachment has not altered any part of the original workings and can easily be removed if necessary. In fine working order, ideal for the preserved railway etc to be put back to its original purpose. WITHDRAWN
407 - £150
Cheshire Lines Committee guards POCKET WATCH by “Carley & Clemence Ltd”. “CLC 622” engraved to the back cover. In good condition. Has some hair line cracks and a tiny repair to the enamel face. Face written “CARLEY & CLEMENCE “. In fully working order.£150 (118)
408 - £200 O’GAUGE FINE SCALE MODEL of a Stanier 8F. Extremely well built example. Built by Bob Tatman. Good runner. £410 (355)
409 - £200 O’GAUGE FINE SCALE MODEL of an EMI numbered 26022. Unsure if it’s a runner. Needs a little attention. Built by Bob Tatman. £410 (123)
410 - £200 O’GAUGE FINE SCALE MODEL of a GWR Class 57XX Panier Tank No. 5742. Well-built kit by Bob Tatman. Good runner.
411 - £200 O’GAUGE FINE SCALE MODEL of a GWR Castle Class No. 006 ‘Tregenna Castle’. Well built kit by Bob Tatman. £320 (118)
412 - £40 Group of eleven PAY TALLIES, including GCR, L&Y RY, LNWR, GWR, LNER. £90 (302)
413 - £30 Group of BR(M) BADGES with two buttons, one “GCR” cap button, one BR tunic button. Cap badge manufactured by Gaunt Porter Fishtail. V.G.C, also ‘Ticket Collector’ in V.G.C., the other two have some wear & tear. Also two lion holding wheel cap badges, one brass & one chrome. £30 (347)
414 - £30
LOCOMOTIVE HEAD CODE, steel construction “5” rear painted “IMMINGHAM”. 12” x 12”. Ex loco condition. £30 (154)
415 - £100
Great Central untitled cast iron sign “NOTICE NO UNAUTHORISED PERSON IS ALLOWED TO MOVE ENGINES IN STEAM BY ORDER”. We think this is quite rare. Repainted a while ago. 21” x 12”. Sound condition. £370 (334)
416 - £50
Cast iron sign “GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY NOTICE” ref to trespass with nine further lines of text. Repainted face, ex lineside back with postmark. Sound condition. 30” x 21”. £50 (122)
417 - £50
Cast iron sign “NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY PUBLIC WARNING” ref to trespass with six further lines of text. Note; This sign carries a further cast iron over-plate stating change of Company Secretary “R.F Dunnell”. Repainted face & back. Sound condition. 36” x 24”. £50 (126)
418 - £350
LOCOMOTIVE SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “48313”, as carried by Staner Class 8F heavy freight loco, built Crewe works. Emerging to traffic in December 1943, allocations included Toton, Wellingborough, Normanton, Leicester Midland, Kettering, Cricklewood East, Derby, Colwick, finally Bolton, withdrawn from here in 1967. Repainted face & back.
419 - £350
LOCOMOTIVE SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “48102”, as carried by Stanier Class 8F heavy freight loco, built Crewe works. Emerging to traffic in 1939, allocations included Westhouses, Nottingham, Kirkby in Ashfield. Withdrawn in 1965. Repainted face, cleaned back.
420 - £200 A brace of GWR LOCOMOTIVE WHISTLES, complete with knuckles. In lightly polished condition. Very nice example.£220 (354)
421 - £110 BR STANDARD LOCOMOTIVE WHISTLE, as carried by Standard Class 5 number ‘73038’, built Derby works. Emerging to traffic in 1953, allocations included Chester West, Llandudno, Willesden, Bletchley, Oxley, Nuneaton, Shrewsbury. Withdrawn in 1965, just eleven years service. Lightly polished. Displayed on a wooden stand. £110 (354)
422 - £80 TIME RECORDING CLOCK by “NATIONAL TIME RECORDING CO. LTD. Complete with cabinet key and winding key. V.G.C. This item is with the vendor in Stockport. We will assist with the logistics etc. £80 (347)
423 - £80 TIME RECORDING CLOCK by “NATIONAL TIME RECORDING CO. LTD”, brass plated “BR(M) R G B 5 – 33”. This clock is in mid-state of overhaul. All parts are present, just needs some assembling etc. No guarantee it is totally complete, but it looks so. Comes with cabinet keys and winding key. Same applies to Lot 422 for the logistics. £120 (150)
424 - £80
SHEDPLATE “65A” Glasgow Eastfield 1948-1973. Ex NBR depot with an allocation of 70 locos in the 1950s, D11, D34, K1s etc. Rusty condition with a little damage to the right hand edge.
425 - £80
SHEDPLATE “38E” Woodford Halse 1948-1958. Ex GCR depot with an allocation of 50 plus locos during the 1950’s. Rusty condition. £360 (204)
426 - £150
LNER WORKS NUMBERPLATE “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY WORKS 1938 64934”, as carried by Gresley J39 0-6-0 Class. Emerging to traffic in 1936, going direct to Hull Dairycoates. Depots that followed were Stockton, Blaydon, Heaton, Neville Hill, withdrawn in 1962. Repainted face, clean back. £150 (178)
427 - £50 BR(STD) locomotive steam PRESSURE GAUGE, marked to blow off at 225lb per sq. inch. In totally as removed from the loco condition. £50 (171)
428 - £200
Great Western Railway cast iron LOCOMOTIVE CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “3763”, as carried by Collett designed 57XX 0-6-0 Pannier Tank, built Swindon Works. Emerging to traffic in December 1937, allocation included Weymouth, St Phillips Marsh, Swindon, Didcot, Old Oak, Southall. Withdrawn in 1965. Repainted face, ex loco back. £420 (181)
429 - £80
SHEDPLATE “52A” Gateshead 1948-1973. Ex NER depot with an allocation of 100 plus locos at its height, A4 Pacifics, A1, A2, A3 etc. Repainted face, clean back. £180 (310)
430 - £80
SHEDPLATE “16C” Kirkby in Ashfield 1948-1955. Allocation of 60 locos. Code transferred to Mansfield 1955-1960, code transferred to Derby 1963-1973. All Midland depots. Repainted face, clean back.
431 - £80
SHEDPLATE “55H” Neville Hill 1960-1973. Ex NER depot with an allocation of 52 locos including 5 A3 Pacifics. Repainted front & back.
432 - £80
SHEDPLATE “40B” Immingham 1948-1973. Ex GCR depot with an allocation of 120 locos during the 1950’s. Home to many D11 Directors. Cleaned.£210 (124)
433 - £80
SHEDPLATE “1C” Watford 1935-1965. Ex LNWR depot with an allocation of approximately 30 locos during the 1950’s. Repainted face, clean back. £240 (344)
434 - £80
SHEDPLATE “83B” Taunton 1948-1968. Ex GWR depot with an allocation of 80 locos at its height. Repainted face, clean back. £240 (148)
435 - £60
Great Northern Railway of Ireland “G.N.R.(I)” NOTICE TRESPASSERS ON THE LINE WILL BE PROSECUTED”. Ex lineside condition. 8” x 5 ½”.
436 - £60
Midland Railway enamel sign “MIDLAND RAILWAY THESE BUCKETS MUST BE KEPT FULL OF CLEAN WATER AND USED ONLY IN CASE OF FIRE” with six further lines of text ‘Derby January 1909’. Some old restoration, but in general a good example of this sign. 11” x 6”. £80 (355)
437 - £45
Calling on enamel SIGNAL BLADE – 21” x 6”. £45 (152)
438 - £200
Cast iron Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway SIGNAL BOX DOOR PLATE “LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY NO UNAUTHORISED PERSON IS ALLOWED IN THIS SIGNAL BOX BY ORDER”. Ex signal box door. 13 ½” x 6”. V.G.C£200 (334)
439 - £20 Job lot including a BR FLARE LAMP & small OIL CAN, LMS HAMMER, HOSE NOZELL and a LMS WOLVERTON WAGON PLATE dated 1931. All in as found condition. £40 (122)
440 - £20
MODERN IMAGE – TRESPASS SIGN. 14” x 8”. V.G.C.£20 (114)
441 - £80 BR LOCO HEADLAMP, in pristine condition. Complete with vessel, burner and red slide in lens. Void of paint. V.G.C.£120 (205)
442 - £60
BR TAIL LAMP, complete with vessel, burner & reflector. Embossed “BR” to chimney. In very good order.
443 - £60
LNER D WAGON PLATE “LNER STANDARD 12 TONS 1925 DONCASTER 144677”. Doncaster wagon plates are quite rare. Repainted face & back a long time ago.
444 - £50
LNER D WAGON PLATE “LNER TONS 1932 DUKINFIELD 952018”. Dukinfield wagon plates are not common. Repainted face, clean back. £50 (311)
445 - £20
STAR WAGON PLATE cast iron “LNWR CO 281 A JNE 1916”. Repainted face, clean back. £20 (122)
446 - £20 Tin plate GATE NOTICE “PENALTY FOR NOT SHUTTING GATE “2”. Railway company unknown but an interest sign. 12” x 12”. £30 (309)
447 - £15 ABC REGIONAL BOOKLET “LMS LOCOMOTIVES 1948”. Totally unmarked. Very good condition for age.
448 - £40 London Underground sign “NORTHERN LINE” enamel freeze. Left hand bottom corner has some damage & a few chips. Good colour & shine. 25” x 9”. £60 (370)
449 - £35 BRITISH RAIL HOUSE FLAG, depicting the double arrow motif. Retrieved from the offices at Doncaster Plant Works. This is like new, never been flown. One exactly like it flew over the offices at Doncaster. This in one found in the stores. 6ft x 3ft. Excellent condition. £75 (352)
450 - £100
WAGON PLATE “THE NORTH CENTRAL WAGON CO. LTD ROTHERHAM, CARDIFF, SWANSEA, REPAIR PAR ADVISE”. Embossed cast iron. Repainted face, ex wagon back. 9” x 4 ½”. £120 (348)
451 - £70
WAGON PLATE “NORTH WALES WAGON CO. CHESTER FOR REPAIRS ADVISE”. Embossed cast iron. Repainted face, ex wagon back. 8” x 5”. £120 (348)
452 - £70
WAGON PLATE “BROWN MARSHALLS & CO BUILDERS BIRMINGHAM”. ‘Brown Marshalls’ formed in 1840. Builders of railway carriages, building the original stock of four wheel vehicles for the Talyllyn Railway, also bogie coaches for the Ffestiniog Railway. In 1902 they became part of Metropolitan Amalgamated Railway Carriage & Wagon Co., eventually formed Metro Cammell Co. Embossed cast iron. Repainted face, ex carriage back. 7 ½” x 5 ½”.£400 (131)
453 - £60
Cast iron sign “LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY TAKE NOTICE” ref to road traffic, traction engines & ponderers carriages, with nine further lines of text “HUNTS BANK MANCHESTER”. Quite a rare sign. Repainted face, ex lineside back. 24” x 16 ½”. £90 (358)
454 - £50
LNER/GNR pattern cast iron DOORPLATE “SMOKING STRICTLY PROHIBITED”. Repainted face, ex door back. 21 ½” x 6”. £120 (168)
455 - £60
ROAD SIGN “LOW BRIDGE HEADROOM 12’-3”, complete with all beads. Repainted face, ex roadside back. Embossed aluminium. 14” x 21”. Excellent condition. £180 (166)
456 - £60
ROAD SIGN “ROAD JUNCTION”, complete with all glass beads. Repainted face, ex roadside back. Cast alloy. 12” x 21”. Excellent condition. £110 (122)
457 - £70
ROAD SIGN “LEVEL CROSSING”, complete with all glass beads. Repainted face & back. Cast alloy. 12” x 21”. Excellent condition. £260 (166)
458 - £70
ROAD SIGN “SLOW MAJOR ROAD AHEAD” with all glass beads. Cast alloy. 14” x 27 ½”. Excellent condition. £170 (203)
459 - £50
ROAD SIGN “TO CAR PARK” with left facing arrow. Cast alloy 21”x 21”. Ex roadside condition. V.G.C.£90 (122)
460 - £600 TOTEM – “ORMSKIRK” (M) FF. Opened by the East Lancashire Rly in 1849, absorbed by the L&Y RY in 1859. Located on the line from Liverpool to Preston, situated at the junction for Rainford, between Aughton Park and Burscough Junction. Good colour & shine, usual edge nibbles. A couple of well executed small chips. V.G.C.£600 (308)
461 - £40
Cast iron sign “GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY NOTICE” ref to crossing the gate, with four further lines of text. Repainted face, ex lineside back. 30” x 11”. V.G.C.£40 (116)
462 - £80
Cast iron sign “GREAT WESTERN AND LONDON AND NORTH WESTERN RAILWAYS NOTICE” ref to trespass, with fourteen further lines of text. Repainted face, red oxide to back. 26” x 21”. V.G.C.£120 (339)
463 - £40
Cast iron sign untitled Cambrian Railways “BEWARE OF TRAINS”. Repainted face, ex lineside back with post mark. 21” x 14”. V.G.C. £60 (122)
464 - £60 #
Cast iron sign untitled Cambrian Railways GATE NOTICE. Repainted face, ex lineside back. 16” x 12”. V.G.C. £50 (126) prov
465 - £50
Great Western Rly LOCOMOTIVE TENDERPLATE “GWR 2564 SWINDON 4000 GALLONS”. Repainted face, ex tender back. V.G.C.£260 (166)
466 - £80
SHEDPLATE “6C” Birkenhead Mollington Street 1948-1963. Ex GWR depot with an allocation of 100 locos. Code transferred to Croes Newydd 1963-1967, ex GWR depot with an allocation of 38 locos. Repainted face, clean back.
467 - £80
SHEDPLATE “89D” Oswestry 1961-1963. Ex Cambrian Rly depot with an allocation of 40 locos. Repainted face, clean back. £150 (149)
468 - £80
LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “LMS BUILT 1926 DERBY”. Locos built that year are 77 Fowler 4Fs. Repainted face & back. £80 (114)
469 - £80
LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “LMS BUILT 1946 CREWE”. Locos built that year are as follows – 26 Stanier Class 5s, 13 Ivatt Moguls, 10 Ivatt 2-6-2 Tanks, 3 Coronations. Cast iron. Repainted face, clean back. £170 (367)
470 - £30
Cast iron BRIDGE PLATE “LNER 44 B100”. Repainted face, ex bridge back. £30 (358)
471 - £30
Cast iron BRIDGE PLATE “CL RY 164”. Repainted face, ex bridge back. £30 (101)
472 - £40
Cast iron BRIDGE PLATE “L&NW & GW JOINT LINES 25”. Repainted face, ex bridge back. £50 (122)
473 - £40
Cast iron BRIDGE PLATE “WR &CR 65 B17”, West Riding & Grimsby Rly. Repainted face, ex bridge back. £60 (101)
474 - £450
SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “48176”, as carried by Stanier 8F heavy freight locomotive. Built by North British Loco Co, Glasgow. Emerging to traffic in 1942 for the LMS, allocations included Holbeck, Toton, Westhouses, Canklow, Staveley, Edge Hill, Green Ayre, Fleetwood, Gorton, Heaton Mersey”. Withdrawn August 1967. One of the last steam locos to go. Repainted face, clean back. £740 (186)
475 - £250
English Electric diesel shunter BONNET PLATE, we think but not sure “English EE Electric”, cast in white brass. 52” long. Very impressive plate.
476 - £250 LMS SIGNAL BOX NAMEBOARD “OLDFIELD RD NO.2”. Oldfield Rd No.2 was located on the Salford to Bolton line. 8ft x 10 ½”. Ex box condition. Sound, no rot or major damage. £250 (114)
477 - £250 LMS SIGNAL BOX NAMEBOARD “FAIRFIELD”, has had new beading. 57” x 11 ½”.
478 - £250 LMS SIGNAL BOX NAMEBOARD “MICKLE TRAFFORD”. Located on the LMS-GWR line from Chester to Warrington. 6ft x 10”. Blade had been rubbed down ready for painting. £290 (368)
479 - £65 MODERN IMAGE STATION SIGN “HAZEL GROVE” “GREATER MANCHESTER PASSENGER TRANSPORT EXECUTIVE”. Aluminium powder coated. 53” x 11. V.G.C.
480 - £65
Job lot, BR OIL CAN, unmarked OIL CONTAINER with wooden bung & chain, GWR stamped OIL JUG “PINT GWR SWINDON” makers stamp.
481 - £50 “THETFORD & WATTON RAILWAY” DR LETTER PRESS POSTER 1878. Very old interesting document, contained in its original frame & glazed. In very good condition considering it is 144 years old.
482 - £20
LOCOMOTIVE TRAIN ROUTE CODE X STEEL PLATE, one face marked “X”, the other face marked “Z”. 12” x 19”. £40 (319)
483 - £120
LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “LMS BUILT 1945 GWR”. Repainted face, cleaned back. This plate has been dipped and skimmed. LMS pattern mark to rear. 10 ½” x 6”. £120 (111)
484 - £120
LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “LMS REBUILT 1927 DERBY”, as carried by White Legg 4-4-2 Tank loco of which 10 were built during 1927. Repainted face & back, face has been skimmed. 10” x 5 ¾”.
485 - £400

Great Western Railway 12” roundhead mahogany WALL CLOCK, mid-19th century English fusee. GWR standard ivorine numberplate affixed to the left hand side of the box marked “GWR 2058”. Reputed to have come from the Taunton area. Complete with pendulum and key. Has slight damage to the edge of the case, shown on the picture (B). A very nice clock. Dr D.R. Parrs documents accompany this clock (picture C).£600 (147)
486 - £300
SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “47480”, as carried by Fowler Class 3F 0-6-0 T loco, built at Vulcan Foundry for the LMS. Emerging to traffic in 1928, allocations included Swansea (Upper Bank), Walton on the Hill, Bank Hall, Aintree, Newton Heath. Withdrawn in September 1965. Ex loco condition. Purchased from BR on a firewood order. New to the market. £400 (208)
487 - £60
Cast-iron LOCOMOTIVE TENDER CAPACITY PLATE “WATER CAPACITY 1200 GALLONS”. Ex tender condition.
488 - £800 LNER mahogany drop dial fusee WALL CLOCK, face written “LNER 6703 EX ROYAL STATION HOTEL YORK”. In superb condition. Comes with pendulum & key. Fully working order.
489 - £80 Porcelain Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway DOOR FINGER PLATE written “L&Y RY AT VICTORIA STATION MANCHESTER CAFÉ OPPOSITE NO’S 1&2 PLATFORMS, WITH LARGE GENERAL SMOKE ROOM AND ROOM FOR LADIES & CHILDREN”. Has some loss to the top left hand corner, adjacent to fixing hole. There would have been only one of these written as above. Very rare survivor. 11” x 3”. £160 (368)
490 - £60 Enamel DOORPLATE “PRIVATE “BR(M) FF. Mint condition. 18” x 3 ½”. £160 (335)
491 - £60 Enamel DOORPLATE “PRIVATE” BR(M) FF. Mint condition. 18” x 3 ½”. £150 (161)
492 - £60 Black on white enamel DOORPLATE “STATION MANAGER” BR (FF) , probably from the 70’s. Very good colour & shine. Some flange edge nibbles. Excellent condition . 18” x 3 ½”. £120 (335)
493 - £60 Enamel DOORPLATE “PRIVATE” BR (E) flangeless. Very good colour & shine, usual edge nibbles. 18” x 3 ½”. V.G.C.£60 (120)
494 - £60 Enamel DOORPLATE “PRIVATE” BR(SC) FF. Very good colour & shine, usual edge nibbles touched in. 18” x 3 ½”. V.G.C.£100 (147)
495 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “FURNESS RAILWAY TRAIN ENTERING ULVERSTON STATION” 1920, by Hamilton Ellis from his Travel in Series. Original type frame, glazed. V.G.C.£30 (116)
496 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY BUS IN WATFORD HIGH STREET 1910”, by Hamilton Ellis, from his Travel in Series. Original frame, glazed. V.G.C. £30 (347)
497 - £40
Cast iron sign “GREAT CENTRAL RY TRESPASSERS ON THIS PROPERTY WILL BE PROSECUTED”. Repainted face & back. 21” x 12”. V.G.C. £60 (122)
498 - £40
Cast iron sign “LONDON MIDLAND & SCOTTISH RAILWAY COMPANY NOTICE AS TO TRESPASSING AUGUST 1924” with nine further lines of text. Ex lineside condition. 20 ¾” x 20 ½”. £ 90 (325)
499 - £25 CARRIAGE PRINT “EAST AND WEST JUNCTION RAILWAY TRAIN LEAVING STRATFORD-ON-AVON 1895. Original type frame, glazed. Good condition.
500 - £70
EPNS LNER high speed train BREAD ROLL BASKET, nicely engraved “L.N.E.R” in the high speed train diagonal pattern. In pristine condition, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield. £120 (112)
501 - £50 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “BRENDON BRO’S MANUFACTURERS”, washing machine makers & repairs, Plymouth & Carrington. Sign made in Wolverhampton. Good colour & shine, although has some metal & enamel loss. 36” x 24”. £50 (370)
502 - £60 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “SPRATTS RODNIN”. Good colour & shine, few edge chips. Very good condition . 30” x 16”. £80 (326)
503 - £40 Tin plate ADVERTISING SIGN “BROOKE BOND”. Very good colour & shine. Very good order. 19” x 30”. £85 (142)
504 - £150 Midland Railway brass LOCOMOTIVE WHISTLE, foundry mark to the valve “YM3”. Lightly polished, shows signs of a long hard life. Complete and in sound condition. 15” in height.
505 - £150 Midland Railway brass LOCOMOTIVE WHISTLE with angled inlet to the valve. Has loss to the operating lever bracket. Lightly polished, shows signs of a long hard life. Very sound condition. 14” in height.
506 - £150
Great Central Railway 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, twice brass plated “FOG MEN” “GCR2148 CROWDEN”, body also stamped “2148T” and “GCR”. Complete with vessel & burner and all glasses, some blemishes to semi bullseye lens. £320 (169)
507 - £100
GCR Pattern Cheshire Lines GENERAL PURPOSE HANDLAMP, brass plated CHESHIRE LINES WELLINGTON ROAD 26G E 88”. Has clear bullseye lens, vessel & burner are absent. Rusty but sound. £300 (351)
508 - £30 CABSIDE HANDLAMP painted to the body “EX LEICESTER QUEEN ST”. In very good order.
509 - £150 Great Central Railway 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, brass plated “LNE-C 2357 HADFIELD”, body stamped “2357”. Complete with unmarked vessel & burner, blue & clear glasses are absent, clear lens. Rusty but sound. £200 (119)
510 - £150 Great Central Railway 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, body stamped “HADFIELD 2123” also “LNER-C”. Complete with vessel stamped “LNE-C” burner & reflector, blue glass is absent. Semi bullseye lens in good order Rusty but sound.
511 - £150
Great Central Railway 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, body stamped “MANCHESTER CEN 2443. Complete with vessel, burner & reflector. Vessel stamped “LNE-C”. Semi bullseye lens in good order. Nice example, in ex service condition. £225 (355)
512 - £40
Military Railway 4 ASPECT HANDLAMP, all fitting present and correct. Body stamped “JA.0999 ↑1961 MADE BY BLADON B’HAM”. Is this from Longmoor Military Rly?
513 - £50

London Midland & Scottish CART LAMP, chimney stamped “LMSR”. Complete with slide in vessel & burner stamped “LMSR”. Good clear bullseye lens.
514 - £60 A pair of HST CARRIAGE SEATS in good order, 41” wide, 50” high including leg and 30” front to back. This lot is with the vendor in the South Yorkshire area. We will assist with the logistics etc. £60 (341)
515 - £150
Cast iron sign “GREAT CENTRAL & MIDLAND RAILWAY WARNING TO TRESPASSERS” ref to trespass with 7 further lines of text. Completely ex lineside condition, still has its post bolts in situ with post mark. A rare sign, not seen by us before. 26” x 17”. £1400 (373)
516 - £250 A pair of GWR pre-grouping SEAT ENDS, beautifully restored, ready for new timber. This lot is at the vendors address in St Helens. We will assist the buyer with the logistics post sale.£250 (371)
517 - £400 A pair of Furness Railway ornate SEAT ENDS, fully restored. Genuine example, purchased from Sheffield many years ago. You can buy the correct timber from a good timber yard, you need larch!. This lot is at the vendors address in St Helens. We will assist the buyer with the logistics post sale.£800 (146)
518 - £30 A solid oak wall mounting DISPLAY CABINET with removeable glass shelves and glass sliding doors. Ideal for all your models etc. 48” x 20” x 5.5” run back. Superbly crafted. £170 (162)
519 - £30 A solid oak wall mounting DISPLAY CABINET with removeable glass shelves and glass sliding doors. Ideal for all your models etc. 36” x 16” x 5.5” run back. Superbly crafted.£100 (334)
520 - £30 Great Central Railway VIADUCT PLATE “GCR 288 (1)”. Ex viaduct condition. £300 (122)
521 - £30 Cheshire Lines Committee BRIDGE PLATE “GCR 30”. In ex bridge condition.£30 (351)
522 - £200 A SIGNAL POST & fittings, makes up as a complete signal. This is a bit of a marriage, the post looks like GNR, fittings we are not sure, signal blade is BR, the finial is LSWR. Will make a nice garden feature. Approx 10ft high. To be picked up from the Swansea, South Wales area. GNRA will assist with any logistics etc.
523 - £100 POSTER – QR. “ A MAP OF NORFOLK BRITISH RAILWAYS”, attractive framed & glazed. Not stuck down. To be picked up from the Swansea, South Wales area. GNRA will assist with any logistics etc.
524 - £30 Large photograph – framed & glazed, depicts Midland & Great Northern Railway bridge at Breydon Water near Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. Completed 1903. This framed & glazed photo was presented to the site engineer Mr W.E Newman on the bridges completion. 36” x 24”. To be picked up from the Swansea, South Wales area. GNRA will assist with any logistics etc.
525 - £40
A signal box TRACK PLAN “LOCOMOTIVE JUNCTION” (Nottinghamshire). In its original frame, glazed. Faded but still readable. 48” x 36” approx. To be picked up from the Swansea, South Wales area. GNRA will assist with any logistics etc.
526 - £20 London & North Western Railway brass PAY TALLY “L&NW RY CO HORSE DEPT 1516”. Ex service condition. 2 ½” x 2 ½”.£40 (199)
527 - £20 POSTER DR BR(S) “TRAIN DELAYS” v.g.c.
528 - £20 POSTER DR BR “MOTORAIL” . V.g.c.£20 (154)
529 - £20 POSTER DR BR INTERCITY BEA “PENZANCE ISLES OF SCILLY”. V.g.c.£20 (209)
530 - £20 POSTER DR BR “AVALON CRUISES” V.g.c.
531 - £20 POSTER DR BR “AWAYDAY TO LONDON”. V.g.c.
532 - £20 POSTER DR BR “BACK BONE OF THE NATION” v.g.c.
533 - £20 POSTER DR “RAIL EXPRESS EUROPE” v.g.c.
534 - £20 POSTER “MILLER ITS AS CLEAR AS DAYLIGHT”£20 (354)
535 - £20 POSTER – Theatre Poster “STOCKPORT HIPPODROME DEC 29th 1930”. Has some folds issues, but very good for age.
536 - £20 POSTER x 2 Stockport Hippodrome Posters – One for March 1929, one for December 1930. Some loss & damage, but will conserve.
537 - £20 North Eastern BRIDGE PLATE “35”, ex bridge condition, bolts still in situ.£30 (197)
538 - £20 North Eastern BRIDGE PLATE “22”, ex bridge condition. £20 (154)
539 - £20 North Eastern BRIDGE PLATE “102”. Repainted face, back red oxide.£20 (358)
540 - £20 North Eastern BRIDGE PLATE “36A” . Repainted face, ex bridge back.£20 (358)
541 - £20 Pressed aluminium “THE BRITISH RAILWAYS EXECUTIVE” ref. trespass. Ex service condition. 15” x 12”. £20 (154)
542 - £20 Cast aluminium Cheshire County Council road sign, ref to cyclists. Ex service condition. 18” x 9”. £30 (324)
543 - £1200



LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE "GREAT NORTHERN RY CO DONCASTER WORKS NO. 1171 MAKERS 1907", as carried by Ivatt large Atlantic Class C1 numbered 1432. Emerging to traffic in November 1907. These locos were the main stay of the Great Northern Railway Express passenger work until Gresley's famous A1 arrived in 1923. Last allocation was New England from where this loco was withdrawn in 1945. Cast brass, fully engraved with its LNER running number stamped to the back rim "4432". A superb example. £1300 (372)