MARCH 28th 2020 AUCTION CATALOGUE

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1 - £120 London & North Western Railway 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP stamped “LNWR” to the body, also “EDGELEY JCT TFC” and “A35948”. Complete with all fittings. Edgeley Junction is located on the south end of Stockport Edgeley Station where the line to Buxton and the line to Northenden Junction diverge left & right off the main London line, just after where the loco depot of the same name once stood. Also two large signal boxes are located here. V.G.C.£200.00 (927)
2 - £400 TOTEM “STALYBRIDGE” (M) FF. Located on the Manchester to Huddersfield line situated at the junction of the L&Y and L&NWR routes to Stockport. Good colour & shine. V.G.C.£750.00 (650)
3 - £ 50 Cheshire Lines Committee STATION WALL LANTERN stamped on all four sides “CLC”. Totally unrestored state, needs some tlc, re-glazing and re- painting. This pattern does not appear in Tim Petchey’s booklet on station lamps. Rare lantern. 30” high.£340.00 (847)
4 - £ 50 French LOCOMOTIVE HEADLAMP, of copper brass & steel construction. 25” tall. This lamp has been wired for electricity (easily removed). Front glass lens needs replacing with a clear glass lens. 12” diameter. Brass makers plate affixed to the chimney “GILLET & FOREST EPERVIEW GILLET & CO. PARIS”. A superb loco lamp in fine condition. Vessel & burner absent. £170.00 (634)
5 - £150 Cast iron Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway UMBRELLA STAND, complete with cast iron drip tray marked “L&Y RY”. No damage or loss. In perfect condition.£350.00 (643)
6 - £120 L.M.S. enamel LAMP TABLET “HALIFAX”, originally opened by the Manchester & Leeds Railway, becoming L&YR then LMS. Superb condition. Very good colour & shine. Slight edge nibbles. 17” x 4 ½”. £430.00 (704)
7 - £300 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “BRUSH HAWKER SIDDELEY BRUSH ELECTRICAL MACHINES LOCOMOTIVE NO. 946 1990” as carried by Type 5 Class 60 numbered 60044 named “AILSA CRAIG” de-named in August 1999. Cast aluminium in ex loco condition. 25cm x 15cm.£900.00 (649)
8 - £250
North Staffordshire Railway Victorian 17 gallon MILK CHURN complete with copper elliptical plates affixed to the churn body. Labels read “H. BRINDLEY EMPTY LEEK N.S.R”, “G.BROUGH FULL MAYFIELD STA”. All complete with hinged cover and hasp & staple fastening. A rare survivor. V.G.C. Stands 35” high. £300.00 (821)
9 - £ 80 Midland Railway 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP with square box section front lens. Brass plates affixed to the reducing cone “MIDLAND RAILWAY” also “12755” and another to the body “8724”. Complete, in original, un-restored condition. A rare Midland pattern.£240.00 (620)
10 - £ 40
A genuine copy of “THE TIMES” newspaper, special edition, Broad Street. 28 pages. “THE TIMES LONDON MIDLAND AND SCOTTISH RAILWAY CENTENARY NUMBER”. Front cover depicts photo of The Coronation Scot express at speed. The whole edition is completely left open to the LMS dated September 20th 1938. Front cover has fold damage and some discolouration. A remarkable survivor. Would restore by professional paper restorer. All other pages are in good condition relative to its age. Complete. £40.00 (796)
11 - £250 Great Northern Railway LOCOMOTIVE WHISTLE with top lever action. Fitted to numerous loco types, most famously to Atlantics and original Gresley Pacifics. In totally ex loco condition.£250.00 (761)
12 - £150 WORKS NUMBERPLATE “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY DARLINGTON WORKS 1932 4845”, as carried by Gresley 0-6-0 Class J39. Allocations included Darlington, Starbeck, York N, Thornaby. Withdrawn 1961. Ex loco, cast brass. 9” x 5”. £170.00 (789)
13 - £25 WAGON REGISTRATION PLATE “REGISTERED BY THE CALEDONIAN RY CO 1903 TO CARRY 40 TONS 15866”. Repainted face. V.G.C.£60.00 (802)
14 - £40 Cheshire Lines Committee untitled cast iron sign “BEWARE OF TRAINS”. Repainted face, ex lineside back with post mark. 25” x 16”. £80.00 (641)
15 - £250 TOTEM “BRONDESBURY” BR(M) HF. Located on the L&NW Line from Willesden Jct to Maiden Lane between Brondesbury Park and West End Lane. Good colour & shine, usual edge nibbles. V.G.C.£400.00 (873)
16 - £ 60 A Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway glass CARAFF with “L&Y LIVERPOOL” cypher etched to the body, fluted neck with pontil mark to the base. 7 ½” x 4 ½ diameter base. V.G.C.£140.00 (608)
17 - £250 LOCOMOTIVE SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “44157” as carried by Fowler 0-6-0 4F, built Crewe. Emerging to traffic 1925, allocations included Toton & Nuneaton. Withdrawn 1965 from Carlisle Canal. Ex loco condition. £300.00 (672)
18 - £100
Great Western Railway POCKET WATCH engraved on the back cover “GWR 897” by John Elkan Ltd, London. Full working order. WITHDRAWN
19 - £100 FLAME CUT PANEL as carried by Sheffield Corporation Transport Department’s Roberts Tram Car No. 536. Entering service 11th April 1952 as the 876th and final member of the Sheffield Corporation Fleet and with the added distinction of being the final commercial double-decked tram car built in the UK. Withdrawn on the last day of tram operations 8th October 1960, being the last ordinary service car to leave Tenter St. Depot, for store at Tinsley. Despatched to Wards for scrapping 21st December 1960. Nicely displayed in a timber frame. 31 7/8” x 28 7/8”. £440.00 (643)
20 - £ 25 CARRIAGE PRINT “WORDSWORTH HOUSE, COCKERMOUTH, CUMBERLAND” from a watercolour by Maddox, London Midland D Series. Framed & glazed in original frame. V.G.C.£90.00 (857)
21 - £ 80 SHEDPLATE “65A” Glasgow Eastfield 1948-1973. Ex NBR Depot, allocation 170 locos, many named 4-4-0s. Repainted face, clean back.£120.00 (607)
22 - £ 75 ]BR wooden INDICATOR FINGER BOARD “STATIONS TO MANCHESTER EXCEPT MILES PLATTING”. Double sided, in good ex service condition. 54” x 5”. £160.00 (927)
23 - £350 ]LOCOMOTIVE CHIMNEY we think from a Stanier on Fairburn Tank Locomotive. In very good sound condition. 21” high and 25” outside diameter at top rim.£550.00 (731)
24 - £350 A North Eastern Railway 8” roundhead fusee WALL CLOCK. Dial rewritten “BR(E) 11068”. It also had 24 hour chapter added as BR changed to 24 hour timing. Records show this clock was in service at Kings Cross goods managers office. In super condition, complete with pendulum and key. Fully working. £900.00 (678)
25 - £ 80 Great Western Railway large LOCO WHISTLE. Lightly polished. V.G.C.150.00 (922)
26 - £200 WORKS NUMBERPLATE “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY DARLINGTON WORKS 1910 9774”, as carried by ex NER Worsdell/Raven 4-6-2 Tank Class A7. Allocations included Selby, Hull Springhead, Malton, Neville Hill & Starbeck. Withdrawn from Hull in 1954. Complete with BR over-strip “69774”. Ex loco, cast brass. 9” x 5”. £220.00 (789)
27 - £250
North British Railway loco train DESTINATION BOARD double sided “DUMBARTON CENT” on the obverse “AIRDRIE”. Manufactured in steel plate. Painted in cream ground with black capitals. Complete with bracket spigots. 36” x 6”. In ex service condition. £250.00 (619)
28 - £ 85 British Railways enamel sign “GENTLEMEN” BR(W) FF. Very good colour & shine, chips to right hand edge does not detract. 36” x 18”. £160.00 (946)
29 - £300 Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway cast iron sign “M&GNR NOTICE. THESE BUCKETS MUST BE KEPT FULL OF WATER AND USED ONLY IN CASE OF FIRE. BY ORDER”. Genuine and in ex service condition. £300.00 (781)
30 - £100 A Southern Railway enamel RUNNING IN BOARD “SOUTHERN ELECTRIC PURLEY STATION TRAINS EVERY FEW MINUTES TO WEST END & CITY, CHEAP TICKETS DAILY”. Purley is located between Purley Oaks and Coulsdon. Very good condition for its age. 118” x 48”.£350.00 (925)
31 - £100 London North Eastern Railway NER pattern DOUBLE LINE BLOCK INSTRUMENT. Two needles with traffolite plates “UP LINE” and “DOWN LINE” with rotary commutator mounted on the front. Fully working condition having been used on an extensive O’gauge garden railway. Very good condition.£130.00 (764)
32 - £ 50 South Eastern Railway Company VICTORIAN PRESENTATION SILK TIMETABLE “NE” “PROGRESS OF THE IMPERIAL SPECIAL TRAIN CONVEYING THEIR MAJESTIES THE EMPEROR AND EMPRESS OF THE FRENCH AND HRH PRINCE ALBERT FROM DOVER TO LONDON, MONDAY THE 16th DAY OF APRIL 1855”. Framed and glazed, conserved in a period frame. Small amount of damage to silk due to age but does not detract. Very rare item. This unique artefact was produced for the state visit of Napoleon 111 and his Empress Eugenie. Rare.£50.00 (626)
33 - £240 LNWR/MR brass & steel SINGLE LINE TABLET “LUFFENHAM JNCT-SEATON JUNC NO.45”. From a section on the Luffenham to Rugby Line. Ex service condition. £450.00 (809)
34 - £120 WORKSPLATE “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY DARLINGTON WORKS 1934 4850”, as carried by Gresley J39 originally numbered 1467. Emerging to traffic 1934. Allocations included Newport Teeside, Tweedmouth, Gateshead, Darlington, Neville Hill, Thornaby, Selby, Malton, finally Hull Dairycoates from where she was withdrawn in 1962. Cowlairs casting. V.G.C.£160.00 (607)
35 - £800 Great Western Railway brass CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “6973” as carried by the Hawksworth, modified Hall Class named “BRICKLEHAMPTON HALL” built at Swindon, emerging to traffic October 1947. Allocated to numerous depots in its short life, Westbury, Old Oak Common, Oxford, Cardiff East Dock, Neath, Severn Tunnel, Bristol Barrow Rd. Withdrawn July 1965. In excellent condition. £1450.00 (743)
36 - £100 British Railways enamel sign “PLEASE SHOW TICKETS” BR(M) FF. Good colour & shine. V.G.C. 16” x 10”. £270.00 (738)
37 - £190 Great Eastern Railway sliding knob 3 aspect HANDLAMP. Reducing cone stamped “KELVEDON 19” also “GER”. Original vessel, burner & reflector assembly. Perfect original working condition with back handle.SOLD
38 - £ 90
“LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY CO” “CREWE WORKS VISITORS TICKET N0. 17”. Double sided, 1 5/8” diameter in white metal. Excellent condition. £90.00 (762)
39 - £200 Southern Railway TARGET “BICKLEY” located on the old SE&CR line between Beckenham & Chislehurst. Good colour, usual edge nibbles and some loss of enamel to edges. Fair condition for age. 25” x 14”. £280.00 (819)
40 - £ 80
LNER/GCR pattern TELEGRAPH INSTRUMENT with single needle, handle and writing slope fitted to the front. Brass frame to side containing bell codes for sections in the Boston, Grimsby area. In ex box condition. £120.00 (811)
41 - £100 Enamel sign “DRINKING WATER” BR(M) flangeless. Good colour & shine. 15” x 6”. V.G.C.£150.00 (762)
42 - £40 “GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY PUBLIC WARNING NOT TO TRESPASS” cast iron sign. Dated July 1896. Ex lineside condition, has a hairline crack. 28” x 16”. £40.00 (706)
43 - £ 80 North Eastern Railway fibre SINGLE LINE TABLET “WARCOP/KIRKBY STEPHEN JCT NO.23”, from a section located on the Kirkby Stephen to Appleby Line. Ex service condition. £220.00 (753)
44 - £350 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “76083” as carried by Riddles Standard Class 4, 2-6-0 built at Horwich Works. Emerging to traffic March 1957, allocated to Lower Darwen 24D, spent almost all its life there except the last eighteen months at Sutton Oak. Withdrawn October 1966 after 10 years service. Repainted face, ex loco back. £520.00 (615)
45 - £100 London Transport ENAMEL SiGN “NOTICE PASSENGERS MUST NOT ATTEMPT TO ENTER OR LEAVE CARS BEYOND THIS POINT NOR CROSS THE LINE EXCEPT BY THE BRIDGE OR SUBWAY PROVIDED, WARNING TO STAFF DO NOT STEP ON ANY RAIL” Still affixed to its original framed board. Rare sign as most were either replaced or overlaid with an updated sign. Excellent colour & shine due to having a fablon sign glued over it for years. V.G.C. 38” x 26”. £200.00 (781)
46 - £ 90 Hull & Barnsley Railway Station WALL LANTERN, complete with vessel, burner & glass funnel. Repainted (very rare). Good condition for its age. 24” high.£240.00 (741)
47 - £ 75 Original WATERCOLOUR by Eric Oldham. Royal Scot 6116 Irish Guardsman entering the town of Conway through the town walls with the famous castle looming in the background. Image 12” x 7 ½”. Nicely mounted. Framed & glazed. FOR SALE
48 - £400 Engraved brass LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “NO.2159 DARLINGTON 1951” as carried by H. Ivatt 2-6—0 Class 2 MT numbered 46467. Emerging to traffic June 1951 being allocated to Cambridge 31A, moved to Scotland during 1961. Allocations included Hurlford, Stranraer, Dumfries, withdrawn 1964. Cleaned, unpolished. Very nice example of this style of worksplate.£460.00 (654)
49 - £ 50 SHEDPLATE “26E” Bacup 1948-1954, ex L&Y Depot with an allocation of approximately 12 locos. Code transferred to Lees (Oldham) 1955-1963 with an allocation of approximately 22 locos. Ex loco condition. £150.00 (606)
50 - £1500 NAMEPLATE “SKIDDAW” as carried by Class 60 type 5 diesel electric built by Brush. Emerging to traffic as 60005 Skiddaw October 1989. De-named December 1997. Ex loco condition as removed. 33 ½” x 10”.£5000.00 (855)
51 - £ 75 BR POSTER – QR. “LONDON MIDLAND ELECTRICIFATION MANCHESTER – CREWE, BIRMINGHAM, LONDON STILL MAKING GOOD PROGRESS”. Depicting artist impression of the new Stafford Station. Good colour, slight damage to right hand bottom edge, does not detract. £170.00 (641)
52 - £ 75 BR POSTER – QR. “NORTHUMBERLAND & DURHAM” “TRAIN SERVICES AND FARES FROM STATIONS, OFFICES AND AGENCIES”. Very attractive poster with numerous images including an EE Type 4 loco. V.G.C.£140.00 (641)
53 - £ 40 POSTER – DR. LETTER PRESS “(BR) EXCURSIONS TO BELLE VUE EASTER TUESDAY 31st MARCH”. Fair to good condition. £40.00 (927)
54 - £ 45 POSTER – DR. “LNER NEW THROUGH EXPRESS SERVICE YORK, SHEFFIELD, NOTTINGHAM, NEWPORT, CARDIFF, SWANSEA”. L.N.E.R logo. Edge nibbles and tiny loss on right hand edge. Fair condition. £65.00 (947)
55 - £ 35 POSTER – FRENCH RAILWAYS DR “CHEVERNY” “CHATEAU DE LA LOIRE”. Very good condition. £50.00 (757)
56 - £ 35 POSTER – DR. “PAUS BASQUE” “SOCIETE NATIONALE DES CHEMINS DE FER FRANCAIS”. Excellent image. V.G.C.£90.00 (704)
57 - £ 75 BR POSTER – QR. “THE REBIRTH OF COVENTRY CATHEDRAL”. Depicts image of the new cathedral standing next to the bombed out ruins of the old. Issued for the US market. V.G.C.£75.00 (765)
58 - £ 40 BR POSTER – DR. LETTER PRESS “HOLIDAY TRAVEL IN GERMAN-AUSTRIA OFFICIAL STATEMENT BY THE GERMAN RAILWAYS INFORMATION BUREAU APRIL 1938”. Framed & glazed. V.G.C. £40.00 (750)
59 - £ 30 POSTER – DR. ‘LNER FURNITURE REMOVALS BY ROAD OR RAIL CURRIE’S IN ASSOCIATION WITH LNER”. V.G.C.FOR SALE
60 - £ 40 POSTER – QR. CAMBLETOWN “THE CALL OF THE HILLS AND SEA, CAMBLETOWN IS THE PLACE FOR YOU”, Travel by LMS. Some nicks to edges and some loss to top right hand corner. Good colour, fair condition. FOR SALE
61 - £ 30 POSTER – DR “OINNDEN GRAND DUCHE DE LUXEMBOURG CITE MEDIEVALE”. V.G.C. FOR SALE
62 - £ 30 POSTER – DR “PARIS” “FRENCH RAILWAYS”. Artist’s image of Notre Dame Cathedral. V.G.C.£50.00 (704)
63 - £ 30 SNCF POSTER – DR “LE CAPITOLE” “REACHES 125 MPH PARIS-TOULOUSE FRENCH RAILWAYS”. Depicts a speeding express. Super image in very good condition. £60.00 (704)
64 - £350 ‘Pobjoy Niagara wooden AEROPLANE PROPELLER, manufactured in laminated wood with brass leading edges, has inlaid details to the central boss “DRG NO Z 2310 0/2 NIAGARA LHT” also “D7 38, P6 78, AC 36915, APL/35”. The Pobjoy Niagara was a seven cylinder B0 HP radial engine first produced in 1934. This engine was a popular engine being used in many light and experimental aeroplanes. ‘Pobjoys’ became part of “Shorts” in 1935. A superb item in wonderful condition. 7ft 6” in total length.FOR SALE
65 - £ 80 Enamel sign “LADIES ROOM” BR(W) FF. Very good colour & shine, has rust spots on some letters. 48” x 12”. £110.00 (883)
66 - £100 SHEDPLATE “2B” Bletchley 1935-1950, ex LNWR Depot, allocation 47 locos. Code transferred to Nuneaton 1950-1963 ex LNWR Depot, allocation 70 locos. Code transferred to Oxley 1963-1967 ex GWR Depot, allocation 60 locos including Granges & Manors. Repainted original LMS shed plate, has had an extra holes drilled for use unknown to us but very old, done in service. 220.00 (756)
67 - £190 DOORPLATE “ISOLATION TELEPHONE” BR(M). A couple of tiny face chips, does not detract. A very rare doorplate. Good colour & shine. V.G.C.£400.00 (692)
68 - £ 30 A Southern Railway original CARRIAGE NOTICE PANEL “SOUTHERN RAILWAY CARRIAGE ELECTRIC LIGHT GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS”. V.G.C.FOR SALE
69 - £ 40 Cast iron sign “CHESHIRE LINES CEE NOTICE REF GATE NOTICE”. 21” x 14”. Repainted face.£120.00 (638)
70 - £150
British Railways CARRIAGE BOARD double sided “THE MANXMAN” “LONDON LIVERPOOL”. Cream letters on maroon ground. The Manxman Express coincided with the Isle of Man Steam Packet sailing to the Isle of Man, usually hauled by a Royal Scot. 11ft long. V.G.C.£150.00 (638)
71 - £200 WORKS NUMBERPLATE “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY BUILT DARLINGTON WORKS 1937 4964” as carried by Gresley 0-6-0 Class J39. Allocations included Norwich Thorpe, Ipswich, Carlisle Canal. Withdrawn 1961. Ex loco, cast brass. 9” x 5”. £250.00 (938)
72 - £190 London Brighton & South Coast Railway general purpose HANDLAMP. Chimney stamped “LB&SCR” over-plated with a brass lozenge engraved “B” (denotes Brighton). Complete with vessel, burner & reflector. In original condition. FOR SALE
73 - £ 50 Cast iron MAKERS PLATE from a steam railway crane “”CRAVEN BROTHERS MANCHESTER LIMITED 20 TONS 1914”. In ex service condition, 33” x 23”.FOR SALE
74 - £ 60 Cast iron LNWR SIGNAL LEVER DESCRIPTION PLATE “CHESTER TO BIRKENHEAD HOME”. Repainted face, ex service back. £140.00 (880)
75 - £1500 LOCOMOTIVE NAMEPLATE “SIR RICHARD ARKWRIGHT” as carried by Class 87 electric ‘87026’, built BREL Crewe May 1974. Emerging to traffic at Willesden. Originally named “REDGAUNTLET” May 1978, de-named October 1982. Renamed “SIR RICHARD ARKWRIGHT” Oct 1982 until Oct 2006. ‘87026’ is still operational in Bulgaria. Repainted face, totally ex loco back. Traces of red, blue paint to edges. Excellent example of an 87 nameplate. Richard Arkwright was an English inventor and a leading entrepreneur during the early industrial revolution. 81” x 9 ¾”. £2850.00 (641)
76 - £ 30 BLOCK SWITCH BR(E). Wooden construction with three traffolite labels affixed “BLOCK SWITCH”, “IN”, “OUT” with brass operating knob. Superb condition, excellent piece of carpentry.£70.00 (916)
77 - £100 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway WAITING ROOM/OFFICE CHAIR with company cartouche carved in the top back rail. Upholstered, complete with front leg, brass caster wheels. Sound condition. £160.00 (794)
78 - £ 200 WORKS NUMBERPLATE over strip "62761". As affixed to Works Numberplate carried by Gresley 4-4-0 Class D49 Hunt, named “THE DERWENT”. Built at Darlington, emerging to traffic in 1934. Allocations included York North. Starbeck, Neville Hill & Selby. Withdrawn December 1957. Ex loco, cast brass. Good condition.FOR SALE
79 - £ 45 British Railway DOUBLE ARROW EMBLEM as carried by a Class 47 diesel electric loco, built by Brush. Complete with its blanks. 27 ½” x 17”. 140.00 (780)
80 - £120 North Eastern Railway LAMP TOP LANTERN complete with burner, funnel & vessel which carries a “NER” brass label. Stands 24” high. Restored condition. £160.00 (703)
81 - £250 TOTEM “EWELL EAST” BR(S) FF. Located between Sutton and Epsom Downs. Super colour & shine. Has chip to left hand wing edge. Does not detract. V.G.C.£370.00 (656)
82 - £ 40 WAGON PLATE “GER MAKERS STRATFORD WORKS 1889”. Oval. Repainted face. V.G.C.£300.00 (849)
83 - £ 75 Two small British Railways enamel BOOKING HALL NOTICES. 1 x BR(M), 1x BR(SC) referring to conditions of ticket sales. Good colour & shine, no face damage, usual edge nibbles. Both excellent condition. 6” x 4”. £75.00 (694)
84 - £300 L&YR & GNR Joint enamel LAMP TABLET “HALIFAX NORTH BRIDGE”. Northbridge Station was opened in 1880 by the L&YR &GNR Joint Rly. Superb overall condition, having edge nibbles only. 17” x 4”. Very rare pre-grouping Tablet. £770.00 (882)
85 - £ 75 GNR/LNER MILE MARKER “94” plus ¼ - ½ - ¾ fractions. Cast iron, in ex lineside condition. £75.00 (739)
86 - £120 Great Northern Railway 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP brass-plated “GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY LITTLEWORTH 8”. ‘Littleworth’ is located on the GNR line from Werrington Jct to Boston situated between Deeping St James and Spalding. Also stamped “BRAINTREE” to the body and “GNR 12/15” to the reducing cone. Complete with original doughnut vessel with LNER burner and reflector. Very nice lamp. £210.00 (817)
87 - £900 SIGNAL BOX NAMEBOARD “BACUP SHED” an LMS basic design with L&YR metal letters affixed. Totally original from the LMS era. Bacup Shed signal box was directly adjacent to the junction into the shed area. V.G.C. 68” x 10”. FOR SALE
88 - £ 80 SHEDPLATE “51A” Darlington 1948-1973, ex NER Depot with an allocation of 100 plus locos. Repainted. £100.00 (607)
89 - £100 BR POSTER – QR “BRITISH RAILWAYS LOCOMOTIVES”. Depicts all BR loco classes of the day lined up outside a loco dept. Good colours, very interesting poster. V.G.C.£150.00 (923)
90 - £200 BR POSTER – DR. “THE MANXMAN” Weekend timetable depicting an impressive image of a Royal Scot loco hauling this prestigious train. Conserved on linen. Very good condition, had small amount of work done by paper restorer. £450.00 (631)
91 - £ 40 POSTER “TO GET BETTER GET BOVRIL”. Letter press type poster. V.G.C.£40.00 (848)
92 - £ 90 BR POSTER – DR “EDINBURGH SEE SCOTLAND BY TRAIN“. Depicts the pipe band of the 7th & 9th Royal Scots on Castle Esplanade by Berry 1951. V.G.C.£280.00 (631)
93 - £ 50 POSTER – DR LETTER PRESS “MANCHESTER SHEFFIELD & LINCOLNSHIRE & GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY LORD MAYORS SHOW DAY ON WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 9th LONDON 1892”. In good condition for age. Nicely framed.£50.00 (860)
94 - £ 30 BR POSTER – DR “DORSET ARRIVE EARLIER BY TRAIN. Depicts a pretty girl. Good colour, little creasing to bottom edge.£40.00 (765)
95 - £ 30 BR POSTER – DR “ARRIVE EARLIER BY TRAIN ON THE DORSET COAST”. Depicts a girl in a swimsuit. Good colour. V.G.C.£40.00 (765)
96 - £ 30 BR POSTER – DR “ARRIVE EARLIER BY TRAIN ON THE HAMPSHIRE COAST”. Depicts a pretty girl in a summer dress. V.G.C.£40.00 (765)
97 - £ 30 BR POSTER – DR “ARRIVE EARLIER BY TRAIN ON THE SUSSEX COAST” depicts a girl in a bikini. Good colours. V.G.C.£60.00 (839)
98 - £ 30 POSTER – DR. Arriva Trains Wales “WANDER WOMAN”. Very colourful artwork. In pristine condition.FOR SALE
99 - £ 30 POSTER – DR. Arriva Trains Wales “SUPERTWERP”. Very colourful artwork. In pristine condition. FOR SALE
100 - £4000 LOCOMOTIVE NAMEPLATE “PLAISH HALL” as carried by GWR Collett designed Hall Class 4-6-0 ‘4954’. Built Swindon, emerging to traffic August 1929. Allocation records from 1951 include Laira, Exeter, Newton Abbot, Didcot, Oxford, Stafford Rd, Tyseley, Oxley, withdrawn November 1964. Fully beaded. 67” long approx.. Very good condition. £4000.00 (825)
101 - £100 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “DRINK OVALTINE FOR HEALTH, IT’S SO DELICIOUS”. In fine repaired condition. 20” x 30”. £230.00 (837)
102 - £ 40 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “NORTH MAIL”. Good colour & shine. 20” x 4 ½”. £50.00 (837)
103 - £ 80
Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN – double sided with wall fixing flange. “SPRATTS CHIKKO DRY FEED FOR CHICKS, IN SEALED BAGS ONLY” reverse side “SPRATTS CHICKEN MEAL IN SEALED BAGS ONLY”. Loss of enamel around flange area. Good colour & shine. 15” x 9”. £120.00 (726)
104 - £ 80 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “SANDERSONS HOSIERS, FANCY DRAPER, LADIES & CHILDREN. 56 ST JAMES ST”. Has metal loss to the bottom edge. Good colour & shine. 16” x 8”. SOLD
105 - £100 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “STILLADE MAKES THIRST A JOY”. Has some loss of shine. Good colour. Rare. 30” x 56”. £220.00 (837)
106 - £ 80 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “ESSO BENZOL MIXTURE GUARANTEED” double sided with wall flange. Good colour & shine, metal & enamel loss to edges. 22” x 22”. £190.00 (837)
107 - £ 80 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “SPRATTS BUILDS UP A DOG, DOG CAKES, BONIO, MIXED OVALS: WEST MEET”. Good colour & shine. 24” x 12”. £220.00 (883)
108 - £ 80 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “BP ETHYL”. Good colour & shine. 24” x 21”. £200.00 (837)
109 - £150 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “CADBURY BROS LTD MILK COLLECTING STATION CROXTON NO.201”. Good colour & shine, has metal & enamel loss to edges. 57” x 20”. £180.00 (837)
110 - £ 30 Tin plate ADVERTISING SIGN “CHERRY BLOSSOM SHOE POLISH”. Excellent condition, unused example. 17 ½” x 28”. £150.00 (844)
111 - £ 30 Tin plate ADVERTISING SIGN “ALADDIN PINK PARAFFIN”. Good colour & shine. 16” x 16”. £85.00 (923)
112 - £ 80 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “CLARKES MIXED MARVELS ARE GOOD FOR YOUR DOG”. Good colour & shine. Metal and enamel loss to edges. 26” x 18”. £105.00 (848)
113 - £ 80 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “MELOX DOG FOODS” double sided with integral fixing flange. Good colour & shine. Usual edge nibbles. 18” x 12”. £95.00 (848)
114 - £ 80 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “SPRATTS FOODS FOR ALL PET STOCK”. Restored very good condition. 8” x 6”. £100.00 (858)
115 - £ 80 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “PUPPIES FED ON SALVAL”. Restored condition. V.G.C. 14” x 8 ½”. Oval.£100.00 (858)
116 - £ 70 Half pint TANKARD or MEASURE “NORTH BRITISH STATION HOTEL EDINBURGH”. Engraved with the company cypher, also engraved “ ½ PINT “ and stamped “G.R” with crown. Lovely condition. Items from this iconic hotel at Waverley Station are much sort after. £200.00 (704)
117 - £320 LNER Great Central Section OFFICE DESK LAMP. Brass-plated “THORNTON ABBEY” stamped “LNE-C”. Complete with burner and Brandy glass globe. Thornton Abbey is located on the Great Central Line from Humber Road Jct to New Holland between Humber Road Jct and Goxhill. Devoid of paint. Nice item. V.G.C. £400.00 (601)
118 - £100 Enamel DOORPLATE “TICKETS” BR(SC) FF. In pristine condition. 18” x 3 ½”.£170.00 (836)
119 - £200 Enamel sign “TICKET ENQUIRIES” with “BRITISH RAILWAYS” within totem emblem. Good colour & shine. Couple of minor chips present, do not detract. 28” x 18”. Scarce.£230.00 (738)
120 - £ 30 London & South Western Railway MILE POST TOP “219” cast iron oval. Repainted face, ex lineside back with post mark. Sound condition. 17” x 8”. £110.00 (634)
121 - £190 Central London Railway 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, copper-plated “L.T.P.W” to the body. Complete with correct copper vessel, burner & reflector, in the manner of the GWR copper top lamps of the same era. In very good ex service condition. This is not a common lamp. FOR SALE
122 - £ 50 Three LNER SIGNAL LAMP INTERIORS all plated with locations on the East Coast Main Line “Hitchin”, “Holme”, “Doncaster”. £100.00 (636)
123 - £250 WORKS NUMBERPLATE – London North Eastern Railway NB Loco Co. 1915 “7487”, as carried by Reid 4-4-2 Tank Class C16. Allocations included Parkhead, Forfar. Withdrawn 1959. Ex loco, cast brass. 9” x 5”.£910.00 (728)
124 - £150 SHEDPLATE “61A” Kittybrewster 1948-1967 ex GNSR Depot with an allocation of 60 locos on average. Repainted face, clean back. £170.00 (950)
125 - £1500 NAMEPLATE “GREAT GABLE” as carried by Class 60 Type 5 diesel electric built by Brush. Emerging to traffic as 60006 ‘Great Gable’ December 1989. De-named June 1997. Totally ex loco condition, as removed. 45 3/8” x 10”. Cast aluminium.£3100.00 (748)
126 - £250 Southern Railway TARGET “BLACKFRIARS”. Located in the City of London on the south side of the Thames. Usual edge nibbles, good colour & shine.£340.00 (729)
127 - £ 75 CARRIAGE PRINTS “LLANGOLLEN PLAS NEWYDD” & “BENWYN CHAIN BRIDGE HOTEL”, a photographic tinted double image original carriage panel, complete with original photo mount with printers details. Also a painted “OFF” with arrow to the bottom left hand corner, probably would have been above the carriage heating or lighting control lever. V.G.C.£350.00 (775)
128 - £135 Shedplate “34A” Kings Cross ex GNR Depot with an allocation of approximately 150 locos. This example was produced to be affixed to diesel locos having a plain flat back still with its blue paint in evidence. Ex loco condition. £150.00 (790)
129 - £ 40 London & North Western Railway cast iron OWNER OCCUPIER GATE NOTICE. Ex lineside condition. 18” x 18”.£55.00 (820)
130 - £ 35 Two Great North of Scotland Railway silver-plated LOBSTER PICKS. Engraved with the belted cypher stating “GNSR’ Palace Hotel”. GNSR purchased the Palace Hotel in 1891. V.G.C.£140.00 (727)
131 -£100 WORKS NUMBERPLATE over-strip “61427” as attached to Works Numberplate carried by Raven 4-6-0 Class B16, built at Darlington 1921. Allocations included Heaton, Blaydon, York North, Neville Hill (Leeds). Withdrawn in 1960. Ex loco. Cast brass. 9” x 5”.FOR SALE
132 - £ 25 STEAM ENGINE MAKERS CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE, presented to Mr James Swift in gratitude for 12 years service as General Secretary dated 1887. In superb condition, framed & glazed. A superb piece of calligraphy. 23” x 27”.£40.00 (828)
133 - £ 70 London North Eastern Railway triple pie-crust HANDLAMP, brass-plated “LONDON NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY HOLMES YD LINCOLN N9”. Reducing cone stamped “L&NER B6/24” also “1019”, “LNER” to the body. Complete with all fittings. £70.00 (813)
134 -£ 40 Irish BRIDGE NOTICE enamel sign in Gaelic “FOGRA DROICHID” Ref to damage to the bridge. Fair condition, some loss of enamel. 36” x 30”. £80.00 (837)
135 -£900 London & North Western Railway 8” round head fusee WALL CLOCK, face written “LMS JOYCE WHITCHURCH 4156”. Records show this clock hung in the Bay Horse Signal Box on the West Coast Main Line between Scorton and Galgate. Manufactured late 19th Century by Joyce of Whitchurch. In full working order, complete with pendulum & key. FOR SALE
136 -£ 70 SHEDPLATE “41A” 1964-1973 Tinsley Diesel Depot. This plate has countersunk fixing holes, denoting it was for use on diesel locos only. Repainted. £100.00 (607)
137 -£100 London & North Western Railway wooden cased Fletchers pattern double line ABSOLUTE BLOCK INSTRUMENT, traffolite plate affixed “HEYFORD”. A location on the West Coast Main Line between Roade and Kilsby Tunnel. Closed in September 1964. Ex service condition. £150.00 (832)
138 -£350 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “42729” as carried by the Hughes Mogul (Crab) 2-6-0 loco, built at Horwich. Emerging to traffic December 1927, allocations included Farnley Jct, Fleetwood, Accrington, Lower Darwen. Withdrawn December 1963. Repainted face, ex loco back with casting mark ‘C’. £400.00 (622)
139 - £ 40 SHIPS STERN FLAG “BIBBY LANE”. The house flag of the Bibby Brothers Co. Liverpool. The Bibby family crest was added to the original plain red flag in 1926 to avoid association with the Bolshevik red flag, still doing business today. Very good condition. £60.00 (686)
140 -£100 Cheshire Lines Committee cast iron SIGNAL POST FINIAL. Embossed “CLC”. Cast iron. V.G.C. £120.00 (659)
141 -£ 70 LONDON NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY ROUTING INSTRUMENT, traffolite plated “EUXTON JUNCTION”. Aperture written “BOLTON LINE, MAIN LINE TO SLOW, MAIN LINE FAST TO SLOW, SLOW TO SLOW”. Also ivorine button to front case marked “R”. Good ex box condition. £280.00 (880)
142 -£ 20 Southern Railway enamel PLATFORM NUMBER “6”. Good colour & shine, fixing hole chips & edge nibbles. 8” x 9”. £30.00 (837)
143 -£ 50 LMS LEATHER MONEY BAG with brass label riveted on to the front “LMS INVERSHIN LMS 76”. Leather in poor condition, all stitching absent. Brass label in V.G.C. FOR SALE
144 - £250 TOTEM “HACKBRIDGE” BR(S) FF. Located in the London borough of Sutton, south London. An ex LBSCR station. Good colour & shine. V.G.C. Rare.£400.00 (607)
145 -£ 75 SHEDPLATE “56B” Ardsley 1956-1965, ex GNR depot with an allocation of 60 locos including four A1 Pacifics. Repainted face, clean back. £130.00 (793)
146 - £ 75
LMS POCKET WATCH engraved to back cover “LMS 16185”. Full working order.£85.00 (870)
147 - £300 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “BRUSH HAWKER SIDDELEY BRUSH ELECTRICAL MACHINES LOCOMOTIVE NO. 913 1989” as carried by Type 5 Class 60 numbered 60011 named “CADER IDRIS” de-named in January 1997. Cast aluminium, in ex loco condition as removed. 25cm x 15cm. £1150.00 (748)
148 - £ 40 London & North Western Railway cast iron sign “CAUTION NOT TO TRESPASS 1883”. Repainted. 26” x 19”.£80.00 (678)
149 - £ 50 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “BUILT HORWICH 1962” as carried by 08 shunter D4136 later ‘08906’. Cast iron. Restored. £180.00 (718)
150 - £1500 LOCOMOTIVE HEADBOARD “THE NORSEMAN” Kings Cross-Newcastle (Tyne Commission Quay) boat train, usually hauled by an A4. Cast aluminium BR Type 6 board 2nd version. Painted on the rear “RETURN TO DMP KINGS CROSS NO.2”. Also the usual pattern stampings showing other boards cast from the pattern. Shows plenty of signs of a well-used board. £1750.00 (813)
151 - £180 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP “P11317 ROCHDALE” stamped to the body, also “LYR P268” “L&YR” stamped to brass trigger. Complete with all glasses & bullseye lens. “L&Y” stamped original vessel and “LMS” stamped burner. Ex service condition. V.G.C.£200.00 (927)
152 - £ 40 “GREAT CENTRAL RLY” cast iron TRESPASS SIGN. 20” x 12”. Repainted.£75.00 (706)
153 - £ 90 BR(M) RUNNING-IN-BOARD “DEGANWY”. Located on the branch line from Llandudno Junction to Llandudno. Good colour & shine. Single section. 114” x 24”.£130.00 (737)
154 - £100 Enamel sign “GENTLEMEN” BR(S) FF. Good colour & shine. Couple of minor chips, do not detract. 30” x 12”. £120.00 (837)
155 - £ 80 North Eastern Railway fibre SINGLE LINE TABLET “CATTERICK CAMP/CATTERICK CAMP JCT. NO.30” Ex service condition. £170.00 (880)
156 - £ 30 CARRIAGE PRINT “DEGANWY” from a watercolour by Black. London Midland Region A Series. Framed & glazed in its original frame. V.G.C.£160.00 (767)
157 - £ 90 CIGARETTE VENDING MACHINE for dispensing 10 Players Medium Cigarettes at 21 – (shillings). This puts it around 1960. Complete with key, sound condition. Needs a little clean up. 30” x 6” x 5”. £260.00 (664)
158 - £ 80 Midland Railway wooden sign with metal letters “NOTICE ANY PERSON FOUND TAKING FIREWOOD OR ANY OTHER PROPERTY BELONGING TO THE COMPANY” with three further lines of text. Sound condition. 72 X 24”. £170.00 (821)
159 - £ 30 WAGON PLATE “MIDLAND RY CARRIAGE & WAGON CO LTD BUILDERS BIRMINGHAM LOAD 10 TONS”. Repainted face. £130.00 (606)
160 - £100 SHEDPLATE “67B” Hurlford 1948-1966, ex GSWR Depot with an allocation of approx. 60 locos. Repainted face only. £240.00 (861)
161 - £ 75 BR(M) FF enamel STATION SIGN “LEFT LUGGAGE”. Good colour & little loss of shine. Random chips and rust blemishes. Good condition. 24” x 18”. £85.00 (860)
162 - £ 20 Cowlairs commemorative TEAPOT in creamware with swags decoration. An oval cypher depicting a locomotive written “JUBILEE 1881-1931 COWLAIRS COOPERATIVE SOCIETY LIMITED” in transfer print to the body. Rare survivor. V.G.C.£20.00 (866)
163 - £200 South African Railway brass LOCOMOTIVE CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAYS SUID AFRIKAANSE SPOORWEE 848 16 DA”, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works USA. Entering traffic in 1929 this Pacific type was one of only fourteen locos in this class. 8 built by Baldwin’s and 6 built by Hohenzollern Works, Germany. Repainted face. £1850.00 (623)
164 - £ 50 Cast iron Padarn Railway untitled WHISTLE BOARD “WHISTLE”. In ex lineside condition, still affixed to original steel post. “The Padarn Railway” was a 4ft gauge railway used for conveying slate from the Dinorwic Quarry to Port Dinorwic 7 miles in length, officially known as the “Dinorwic Quarry Railway”. Board 25” x 10”. Stands 60” high. V.G.C.£90.00 (689)
165 - £175 WORKS NUMBERPLATE “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY REBUILT YORK WORKS 1889 8440” as carried by Fletcher 0-4-4 Tank Class G6, rebuilt to Class J77. Allocated to Heaton in 1952, withdrawn in 1954 after 70 years service, except for four months. Ex loco, cast brass, original number planed off but legible and overstrip has been applied but absent. 9” x 5”. £750.00 (849)
166 - £ 50 A Great Western Railway cast iron TRESPASS sign. Repainted face. 23” x 12”.£70.00 (739)
167 - £ 75 Three Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway signalbox LEVER DESCRIPTION PLATES – “PRIVATE SIDING”, “NORTH MERSEY”, “AINTREE TO NORTH MERSEY”. Cast iron. In original ex box condition.£280.00 (880)
168 - £ 40 LNER SHERRY GLASS, with a tulip shaped pedestal. Stands 5” high “LNER” acid etched in script to the bowl. Perfect condition. £50.00 (931)
169 - £100 North British Railway PEGGING BLOCK INSTRUMENT traffolite plated “DOWN LINE”. Very good condition.£110.00 (739)
170 - £ 70 L.N.E.R. (GNR pattern) cast iron DOORPLATE “PORTERS”. In as removed condition from Galashiels Station. 17” x 3 ½”. V.G.C.£130.00 (616)
171 - £ 75 A British Railways Midland Region enamel RUNNING-IN-BOARD “HARPENDEN CENTRAL” located on the Midland Main Line, 24 miles from St Pancras. Good colour, two sections. 132” x 36” overall.£110.00 (737)
172 - £150 North Eastern Railway 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, brass-plated to the reducing cone “STARBECK NO.17” also with brass label to the body “NER”. Starbeck Loco Depot was famous for its stable of D49 ‘Hunts’. Complete with all fittings, in original condition. £350.00 (710)
173 - £ 50 Station TRAIN ADVERTISING SIGN (BR) “THE PINES EXPRESS” “MANCHESTER AND THE SOUTH WEST 10AM EACH WEDNESDAY FROM PICCADILLY TO SOUTHAMPTON AND BOURNEMOUTH”. Very colourful sign. Metal. 16” x 10”. V.G.C. £170.00 (658)
174 - £ 60
Presentation WALKING STICK, silver-banded “PRESENTED BY THE INWARD NIGHT STAFF G.N.R TO G.HANNAN 1897 AS A TOKEN OF RESPECT”. Hallmarked for Birmingham in 1897 by Richard Neale. Malacca cane, with antler handle. 36” with brass ferrule tip. In very good condition. £170.00 (631)
175 - £ 75 BR (E) LOCO HEADLAMP. Complete in ex service condition. £160.00 (832)
176 -£750 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway drop dial fusee WALL CLOCK re-written “LMS” “JOYCE WHITCHURCH 9142” manufactured by Joyce of Whitchurch in mid to late 19th century. ‘9142’ is repeated on the back of the dial and also on the movement. Records show this clock hung in the booking office at Gathurst Station. Gathurst is located on the L&Y Line from Wigan to Southport between Wigan and Appleby Bridge. “L&Y” is branded in the back box twice, also a steel plate affixed to the top of the back box stamped “921”. In full working order, complete with pendulum and key. A Collectors Corner receipt accompanies this clock. A very nice clock in ex service condition.£950.00 (927)
177 - £100 SHEDPLATE “27C” 1950-1963 Southport, ex L&Y Depot with an allocation of 30 locos on average. Repainted.£140.00 (772)
178 - £ 45 Commemorative book “THE GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY 150 GLORIOUS YEARS. LIMITED EDITION NO.3 OF 100 SPECIAL“ “GWR 150 OFFICIAL SOUVENEIR COPIES AUTHORISED BY BRITISH RAIL WESTERN REGION”. Certificate adhered to the inside cover, signed by O.S. Nock and five other dignitaries of the occasion. In perfect condition as good as the day it was purchased. Complete with its protective slide box. £60.00 (951)
179 - £150 London Midland & Scottish Railway SINGLE ASPECT HANDLAMP, brass plated “T STEPHENSON EDGEHILL L.POOL” to the reducing cone. Large plate affixed to the body “LMS” and small plate “3700” also affixed to the body. The swivel top offers only one clear aspect, the others are blanked off acting as a blind when turned. Possibly a police or number taker’s lamp. Complete with original stamped “LMS” vessel and burner. Front lens has a cowl. Very good repainted condition. Edge Hill was Liverpool’s premier loco depot. £340.00 (752)
180 - £ 20 Victorian CERAMIC BOWL restored in the manner of the 19th Century using rivets. 3 ½” high, 5 3/8” diameter. Interesting survivor.£20.00 (803)
181 - £ 40 “LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY PUBLIC NOTICE” cast iron TRESPASS SIGN. 32” x 21”. Repainted. Has post mark to rear.£50.00 (726)
182 - £200 Enamel sign “SPEED LIMIT 5 MPH” BR(M) FF. Excellent colour & shine. Small chip to right hand corner, does not detract. 24” x 18”. V.G.C. £270.00 (618)
183 - £150 North Eastern Railway station waiting room WALL OIL LAMP, complete with burner, glass funnel & reflector. Brass label affixed to the vessel “NER”. In excellent restored condition. Stands 12” high. £160.00 (844)
184 - £175 SIGNALBOX BOARD “WERRINGTON JUNCTION”, probably an LNER replacement board. Wooden construction with painted letters. Located on the E.C.M.L between Peterborough & Tallington, the famous racing-ground of Stoke Bank area. Sound condition. 74 x 12”.£175.00 (805)
185 - £ 90 BR small wooden INDICATOR FINGER BOARD “STATIONS TO MANCHESTER”. Double sided. In good ex service condition. 54” x 5”. £150.00 (953)
186 - £300 HST SWALLOW EMBLEM as carried by HST Power Car 43049 built BREL Crewe 1977. Emerging to traffic during April of that year named “NEVILLE HILL” June 1984. Measure wing tip to wing tip 34 ½”. Totally ex loco with ‘43049’ inscribed on the back. Stainless steel construction. Polished face. V.G.C.£700.00 (641)
187 - £440 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “61918” as carried by Gresley 2-6-0 Class K3, built by Armstrong Whitworth. Emerging to traffic June 1931, allocations included Doncaster, Norwich Thorpe, Lowerstoft, March. Withdrawn March 1962. Repainted face. V.G.C.SOLD
188 - £225 London & North Eastern Railway GROUP STANDARD LOCO WHISTLE. These whistles were fitted to various LNER loco types throughout the 30’s and 40’s, especially B1’s. In cleaned condition, complete with valve wheel and operating lever. V.G.C.£370.00 (736)
189 - £100 Great Central Railway pattern PEGGING BLOCK INSTRUMENT with traffolite label “DOWN LINE”. Complete with back box. V.G.C.£100.00 (750)
190 -£150 British Railways CARRIAGE BOARD “LONDON-GLASGOW”. Cream letters on maroon ground. 11ft long, in sound condition. SOLD
191 - £ 90 North Eastern Railway Signalbox or waiting room WALL LAMP. Original burner stamped “NER” and “LNER”. Makers brass plate to the front of the vessel. Complete with original reflector. V.G.C.£90.00 (844)
192 - £400 South of Ireland Railway Station HANDBELL, cast bronze bell with “ S I R” cast into the body with brass ferrule and beechwood turned handle, complete with original clapper. The South of Ireland Railway opened in 1879 and ran only twenty miles from Clonmel. Rare.£450.00 (800)
193 - £150
A presentation Victorian BRACKET CLOCK “PRESENTED TO M. TROUP BY THE RAILWAY EMPLOYEES & FRIENDS ON HIS APPOINTMENT AS STATION MASTER AT FINDOCHTY MACDUFF 1898”. Findochty Station is located on the Great North of Scotland Railway line situated between Portessie and Portknockie on the Moray Coast. A beautiful ornate clock with silver presentation plate affixed. Very good condition, fully working, complete with pendulum & key. Stands 17” high, 9” wide. Special.£220.00 (842)
194 - £ 30 CARRIAGE PRINT “CONWAY TUBULAR BRIDGE NORTH WALES” from a watercolour by Clause Buckle. LMR Railway Architecture Series. Framed & glazed in original type frame. V.G.C.£80.00 (824)
195 - £130 London Midland &Scottish Railway enamel TRESPASS SIGN. Some restoration with good colour & shine. 22” x 18”. FOR SALE
196 - £ 70 London North Eastern Railway (GCR pattern) 4 ASPECT HANDLAMP. Complete with all glasses, semi-bullseye lens “LNE-C” stamped vessel & burner. V.G.C.£70.00 (858)
197 - £ 70 SHEDPLATE “21A” Saltley 1935-1963, ex Midland Depot with an allocation of around 175 locos. Repainted.£140.00 (824)
198 - £270 WORKS NUMBERPLATE “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY DARLINGTON WORKS 1943 60968” as carried by Gresley 2-6-2 V2 Class. Allocated to York North all its life, withdrawn in May 1963. Ex loco, cast brass. 9” x 5”.£360.00 (830)
199 - £ 30 A Midland Great Western Railway of Ireland BRIDGE PLATE “MGWR 730”. Repainted face, ex lineside back with postmark. Sound condition. 12” x 8”. Cast iron oval. £40.00 (917)
200 - £6000 NAMEPLATE “KEPPEL” as carried by the LMS Stanier Jubilee Class 4-6-0 express locomotive numbered 5673, later 45673, built at Crewe. Emerging to traffic December 1935, allocations included Edge Hill, Preston, Kingmoor, Perth (S), Cockerhill. Withdrawn December 1962. ‘5673’ was named after Sir Colin Richard Keppel 1862-1947, a most celebrated naval officer. Ex loco back with two pop marks denoting right hand side. Lightly polished, repainted ground. SOLD
201 - £360 Original OIL ON CANVAS depicting 60533 “Happy Knight” heading an up express through a very wet Selby, 60533 in ex shop condition with a full rake of the new carmine & cream stock. Image 22” x 12”. Attractively framed. Superb image. £420.00 (639)
202 - £ 50 Original WATERCOLOUR depicting a mixed freight passing over Monsal Viaduct, Monsal Dale. By Ian Charlesworth 1989. Very well executed, nicely framed & glazed. 14” x 18”. £180.00 (640)
203 - £ 50 Original OIL ON BOARD PAINTING , the Silver Jubilee at speed” by Eric Oldham. Depicts A4 Pacific “SILVER FOX” crossing one of the ECMLs many viaducts. Image 19” x 15”. Attractively framed. £50.00 (602)
204 - £ 40 LITHOGRAPH PRINT off a drawing of “BOLTON RAILWAY WAGON WORKS ESTABLISHED 1882”. In its original mount and frame (glazed). Depicts complete site. Very rare survivor. 20” x 13”. £40.00 (826)
205 - £ 75 Original OIL ON CANVAS depicting Royal Scot 46135 “THE EAST LANCASHIRE REGIMENT” racing through Longsight. Resplendent in Brunswick Green with a rake of carmine & cream stock. Nicely captured by Joe Townend. 30” x 24”. Unframed. £120.00 (758)
206 - £ 75 Original OIL ON CANVAS depicting WD 8F 90140 on Edge Hill Depot. Well captured image by Joe Townend. 29 ½” x 20” approx.. Unframed. £220.00 (849)
207 -£ 75 Original OIL ON CANVAS depicting Patriot 45511 ‘Isle of Man’, double heading with Royal Scot 46113 ‘Cameronian’ leaving Leeds. Nicely captured image by Joe Townend. 24” x 20”. Unframed.SOLD
208 - £ 25 LIMITED EDITION PRINT framed & glazed. “Duchess of Hamilton” on Beattock Bank, signed by Cuneo and Robert Riddles CBE with official embossed stamp. Image 27” x 22”. V.G.C.£55.00 (700)
209 - £150 Original PAINTING in acrylics by J. Harrison. Depicts a night scene at Liverpool Lime Street Station with Jubilee 45587 “BARODA” and unknown Black Five. Very evocative scene with plenty of human element. Image size 23” x 19”, Nicely framed. £220.00 (952)
210 - £ 75










Original OIL ON CANVAS depicting Stanier 8F 48127 on coal empties, Rose Grove area, captured by Joe Townend. 24” x 20”. Unframed.









£105.00 (796)
211 - £300 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “BEYER PEACOCK & CO MANCHESTER 1902” as carried by New South Wales locomotive class T524/D50 number 5058 2-8-0. Emerging to service 29th October 1902 numbered 608, later 5058. Withdrawn January 1960, scrapped 11th March 1963. Cast brass oval with hollow back. Very light repair to bottom right hand rim, does not detract. Repainted face, clean ex loco back. 9 7/8” x 5 3/4”. V.G.C.FOR SALE
212 - £ 50 Enamel STOP SIGN “ALL CARS STOP HERE BY REQUEST”. Probably from the tram system. Good colour & shine. Approx. 12” x 12”£210.00 (643)
213 - £ 40 Manchester Sheffield & Lincolnshire Railway cast iron HYDRANT PLATE “MS&LRY SV 3 FT”. Repainted face, ex lineside back. 17” x 13”.£100.00 (858)
214 - £100 Great Western Railway BLOCK INSTRUMENT, Spagnoletti pattern with back box fitted. Ex service condition. £140.00 (739)
215 - £ 45 LNER cut glass CORDIAL TUMBLER beautifully acid etched with the intertwined LNER cypher. In pristine condition. 3 ¾” high, 2” diameter rim. £70.00 (602)
216 - £ 70 GNR/LNER cast iron DOORPLATE “PORTERS”. Repainted face only, very nice example. 17 ¼” x 3 ½”. £90.00 (816)
217 - £ 50 Modern image, aluminium STATION NAMEBOARD “ALTRINCHAM NORTHERN GMPTE” located on the old MSJ & AR line. In excellent condition. 40” x 14”.£90.00 (643)
218 - £100 LNER STATION PLATFORM LANTERN VESSEL plated “LNER AUTHORPE” which is located on the Great Northern Railway Main Line from Boston to Grimsby. Drum shape in form, manufactured in brass. Complete with burner assembly and glass funnel, also brass screw in stopper. Stands 15” high with funnel, vessel 5” diameter. £100.00 (693)
219 - £ 40 Heavy cast iron ELECTRIC CLOCK. 9” diameter dial. Ex Rochdale Goods Yard East. Good condition.£50.00 (837)
220 - £ 70 Midland Railway fibre SINGLE LINE TABLET “TURVEY/OLNEY NO.26” from a section located on the Northampton to Bedford Line. Ex service condition. £90.00 (607)
221 - £190 A miniature London & North Western Railway 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, brass plated “L&NWR STN MASTER HOLYWELL JCT” stamped “L&NWR” to the body. Complete with vessel, “LNWR” marked burner & reflector. Full working order. Original condition. £210.00 (701)
222 - £ 85
LMS Midland Hotel Bradford Exchange extending LUGGAGE TABLE in stained oak, complete with its brass room number plate set into the back top rail. “LMS MIDLAND HOTEL BRADFORD ROOM NO. 61. 1939”. In superb condition, fully working fold out leaf completely original. Measures 24” x 17”, 24” x 24” when fully extended. Rare survivor.£180.00 (631)
223 - £ 50 BR(S) enamel quad royal POSTER BOARD HEADER “BRITISH RAILWAYS”. Usual edge nibbles. Good colour & shine. £75.00 (883)
224 - £ 70 SHEDPLATE “16C” 1948-1955 Kirkby in Ashfield, ex Midland Depot with an allocation of 55 on average. Repainted.£100.00 (607)
225 - £25 “MANCHESTER SOUTH JUNCTION & ALTRINCHAM RAILWAY CO” original company transfer. Large company design carried by their coaching stock. Device 17” x 17” mounted on board. £25.00 (652)
226 - £25 “LONDON BRIGHTON & SOUTH COAST RAILWAY” original company transfer, the last design carried by their coaching stock. Device 18” x 16” mounted on board. £40.00 (773)
227 - £25 “THE CHESHIRE LINES COMMITTEE” original company transfer, the last design carried by their coaching stock. Device 20” x 16” mounted on board. £65.00 (652)
228 - £25 “NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE RAILWAY COMPANY” original company transfer as carried by their coaching stock. Device, 11” x 5” mounted on board.£60.00 (840)
229 - £25 “LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY “ original company transfer. Mounted, framed & glazed. Device 21” x 27 ½”.£40.00 (927)
230 - £25 “CALEDONIAN RAILWAY COMPANY” original company transfer as carried by their coaching stock. Device 17” x 14” mounted on board.£40.00 (796)
231 - £25 “SOMERSET & DORSET JOINT RAILWAY” original company transfer as carried by their coaching stock. Device 9” x 12” mounted on board.£70.00 (766)
232 - £25 “HULL & BARNSLEY RAILWAY COMPANY” original company transfer. The last design carried by their coaching stock. Mounted, framed & glazed. Device 17” x 19”.£80.00 (669)
233 - £25 “NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY” original company transfer as carried by , their locomotive’s tenders. Mounted on board. Device 16” x 19”. £30.00 (661)
234 -£25 “MERSEY RAILWAY COMPANY” original company transfer as carried by their coaching stock. Device 14” diameter.£70.00 (661)
235 - £25 “THE SOUTH EASTERN & CHATHAM RAILWAY COMPANIES MANAGING COMMITTEE” original company transfer as carried by their locomotives, on the loco splasher. Mounted on board. Device 16” diameter.£35.00 (726)
236 - £25 “TAFF VALE RAILWAY COMPANY 1836” original company transfer as carried by their locomotives. Mounted on board. Device 13” x 15”.£50.00 (682)
237 - £25 “LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY” original company transfer as carried by their coaching stock. Mounted on board. Device 10” x 17”. £25.00 (837)
238 - £25 “THE NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY COMPANY” original company transfer as carried by their coaching stock. Mounted on board. Device 12” x 13”.£50.00 (704)
239 - £25 “METROPOLITAN RAILWAY” original company transfer as carried by their electric locomotives and coaching stock. Mounted on board. 16” x 15”. £50.00 (760)
240 - £45 Framed & glazed OFFICIAL PICTURE of the Cunard Lines North Atlantic Fleet, presented to a school for display in their classroom. Comes with accompanying letter from Cunard Buildings, Liverpool. 3rd November 1956. 22” x 17”. Good condition.£45.00 (837)
241 - £190 London & North Western Railway 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP stamped “CREWE P WAY A12586” to the body and has a small steel plate affixed to the body “48” “LNWR CAR, DEPT” stamped to the reducing cone. Complete with original vessel, burner & reflector and all glasses. Very good repainted condition.£190.00 (636)
242 - £25 An ORIGINAL CERTIFICATE mounted in its original frame. “THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT ON THE 3RD DAY OF OCTOBER 1903 JOHN LARGE WAS ADMITTED A MEMBER OF THE DERBY 13 BRANCH OF THE STEAM ENGINE MAKERS SOCIETY”. Very ornate certificate depicting George Stephenson beneath the all seeing eye of the Masons. Framed & glazed. 21” x 27”.£35.00 (828)
243 - £40 LOCO MAN’S WORKBOX with brass plate affixed to the lid “J.H. MALPASS, CREWE”, contains drivers notes within. Complete with drop down inner flap. Good working clasp and brass handles. Ex service condition. V.G.C.£70.00 (737)
244 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “STAITHES YORKSHIRE” from a water colour by Russel, LNER Post War Series. Framed & glazed in original type frame. V.G.C.£90.00 (662)
245 - £200 SHEDPLATE “65B” St Rollox 1948-1966 ex Caledonian Rly Depot with an allocation of approximately 80 locos including all 4 named black fives. Repainted face only.FOR SALE
246 - £200 WORKS NUMBERPLATE “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY DARLINGTON WORKS 1908” with overstrip “65809”, as carried by Worsdell/Raven 0-6-0 Class J27. Emerging to traffic November 1908, allocations included Percy Main, Blyth North. Withdrawn in 1966. Ex loco, cast iron with brass over strip, original number planed off but legible. 9” x 5”.£270.00 (613)
247 - £100 London & North Western Railway Fletchers pattern wooden cased DOUBLE LINE PERMISSIVE BLOCK INSTRUMENT with tapper and side plunger. Ex box condition. £130.00 (661)
248 - £150
London Transport Board POCKET WATCH engraved to the back “LTB 876” by Record. Full working order. £250.00 (617)
249 - £60 North Eastern Railway wooden cased BLOCK BELL with front tapper & cowbell shaped bell. Very good condition. Fully working.£100.00 (906)
250 - £4800 LOCOMOTIVE NAMEPLATE “ALBERT HALL” as carried by G.W.R Collett Hall Class 4-6-0 loco 4983, built at Swindon. Emerging to traffic January 1931, allocations included St Philips Marsh, Bristol Bath Rd, Carmarthen, Cardiff Canton, Pontypool Rd, Old Oak Common, Duffryn Yard, Neyland, Seven Tunnel Jct. Withdrawn from St Philips Marsh December 1963, named after The Albert Hall, London. Fine ex loco condition, stamped on the back “268 LOT NO. 1893 LI” denotes left hand side. 68” long. Fully beaded in original Swindon paint work. A really nice example of an early Hall nameplate. £5350.00 (816)
251 - £75 BR(M) FF enamel STATION SIGN “PLATFORM 2”. Good colour & shine, rust blemishes. Fair condition. 24” x 18”.£130.00 (831)
252 - £75 A PRESENTATION GIFT to “MR B. ASHMORE AS&TE MANCHESTER VICTORIA REDEVELOPMENT” in the form of two original power levers cleverly mounted as a trophy. Beautifully made with a brass plaque affixed with the above sentiment. 7” x 7”, stands 8” high. Very interesting item.£260.00 (730)
253 - £40 Cheshire Lines Committee large BRIDGE DIAMOND complete with weight plates but top & bottom absent, tidied up well. Ex service condition. 41” x 31”. £170.00 (638)
254 - £1950 Engraved LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “LONDON NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY CO. DONCASTER NO. 2011 1947”, as carried by Thompson Class A2 Pacific 60520 “OWEN TUDOR”. Emerging to traffic March 1947, allocation included Doncaster from new, New England, Grantham. Withdrawn from New England June 1963. Recut engraved cast brass stamped “520” on the back twice. Lightly polished face, ex loco back. £2500.00 (786)
255 - £50 North Eastern Railway SIGNAL BOX TELEPHONE, unusually long wooden case with fixed mouth piece and separate hand held eye trumpet, brass & bakelite with brass bell fitted to the bottom of backboard. Wooden case stamped “NER” and has a brass plate fitted to the front panel. “NER 2000”. In lovely condition. £140.00 (953)
256 - £75 RUNNING-IN-BOARD “TO LLANDUDNO” BR(M) FF, probably located at Llandudno Junction on the North Wales Main Line. Good colour & shine. Showing signs of age. Single section 118” x 24”.£120.00 (737)
257 - £70 SHEDPLATE “31B” March 1948-1973 ex GER Depot with an allocation of 160 locos at its height including ten B17’s, later fourteen Britannia’s resided here. Repainted face, clean back.£90.00 (607)
258 - £50 SMOKEBOX SELF CLEANING PLATE “SC”. Cast iron. Ex loco condition. £60.00 (739)
259 - £450 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “61294” as carried by Thompson 4-6-0 B1 Class, built by North British Loco Co. Emerging to traffic March 1948, allocations included Bradford Hammerton St, Eastfield, Kittybrewster, St Margaret’s. Withdrawn November 1964. Repainted face. £450.00 (843)
260 - £75 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “BUILT 1962 DARLINGTON” as carried by 08 Class shunter 08951 Pre Tops D4181. Named twice during its service “Fred” & “Bulge Nose”. Originally allocated to 86A Cardiff Canton. Withdrawn April 2011. £120.00 (607)
261 - £40 North Eastern Railway pattern cast iron MARKER POST with the letter “L” cast into the head. Stands 24” complete with foot. Repainted condition. £60.00 (814)
262 - £75 BR gold plated PRESENTATION POCKET WATCH engraved “BR WESTERN REGION M. PIKE 45 YEARS SERVICE”. Face written “GARRARD SWISS MADE” with lower second chapter. Complete with original box. In full running order. Excellent condition.£100.00 (918)
263 - £250 Southern Railway TARGET “TULSE HILL”. Located in the London borough of Lambeth, South London. Good colour & shine, usual edge nibbles. 27” long. Not common.£260.00 (679)
264 - £120 Midland Railway wooden sign with metal letters “ENGINES MUST NOT ENTER THIS SHED”. Sound condition. 56” x 12” approx.. £150.00 (821)
265 - £75 WORKS NUMBERPLATE OVERSTRIP “69883” as attached to Works Numberplate carried by Raven 4-6-2 Tank Class H1 later LNER Class A8, built Darlington 1921. Allocations included Darlington, Middleton in Teesdale, Saltburn, Middlesbrough, Northallerton, Stockton, West Hartlepool, Durham, Sunderland. Withdrawn 1960. Ex loco. Cast brass.£130.00 (610)
266 - £400 A Great Central Railway 8” fusee WALL CLOCK, face written “BR 12818” . The LNER clock register has this clock number ‘12818’ located at Dovecliffe “Blacker Box”. Complete with pendulum & key. Fully working.FOR SALE
267 - £30 Perspex FRENCH DESTINATION SIGN “L’ARBALETE, ZURICH, BASEL, PARIS”. V.G.C. 24” x 36”. £40.00 (837)
268 - £45 Cheshire Lines Committee cast-iron BRIDGE PLATE “CL RY 11”. Repainted face. V.G.C.£65.00 (807)
269 - £120 North Eastern fibre SINGLE LINE TABLET “BISHOP AUCKLAND/MERINGTON LANE from a section located on the Bishop Auckland to Hartlepool line. Ex service condition. £120.00 (950)
270 - £140 Great Western Railway copper-top HANDLAMP, “GWR” acid etched to the front lens, brass label embossed “10680” affixed to the body as well as stamped “GWR SWINDON Z”. Complete with all glasses and original double skinned vessel stamped “GWR S”, plus burner & reflector. A superb complete example of this GWR style of lamp. £320.00 (695)
271 - £45 Four enamel DESTINATION PLATES, we think from a station timetable or destination board “LIVERPOOL EXCHANGE”, “PRESTON”, “SOUTHPORT”, “BLACKPOOL”. 7” x 8 ½”. V.G.C.140.00 (801)
272 - £25 Midland Railway untitled cast iron sign “WATER SOFTENING LIME SLUDGE ONLY” ex Hayfield. Ex service condition. 18” x 12”. £80.00 (643)
273 - £75 SHEDPLATE “9A” Longsight (Manchester) 1935-1973 ex L&NWR Depot with an allocation of approximately 130 locos including Royal Scots, Jubilees, Patriots & Britannias. Repainted face, ex loco back. Original LMS designed plate. Excellent example.£160.00 (793)
274 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “FENNY COMPTON”, Warwickshire, from a water colour by Jack Merriott, London Midland Region (A) Series. Framed & glazed in original type frame. V.G.C.£50.00 (765)
275 - £1500 NAMEPLATE “BEN NEVIS” as carried by Class 60 Type 5 diesel electric, built by Brush. Emerging to traffic as 60029 Ben Nevis July 1990. Renamed September 1997. Totally ex loco condition as removed. Cast aluminium. 39 ½” x 10”.£4000.00 (948)
276 - £75 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “OGDENS ROBIN CIGARETTES”. Some fading and edge metal loss. Uncommon sign. Fair condition. 50” x 18”. £80.00 (915)
277 - £75 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “PLAYERS PLEASE PLAYER WEIGHTS CIGARETTES”. Very good colour & shine. 12” x 86”.£100.00 (755)
278 - £75 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “WILD WOODBINE CIGARETTES”. Good colours, fair condition. 18” x 36”.£110.00 (848)
279 - £75 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “DRINK TIZER THE APPETIZER”. Good colour & shine. Good condition. 10” x 36”.£140.00 (641)
280 - £75 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “VIROL THE FOOD FOR HEALTH”. Good condition. 48” x 18”.£140.00 (821)
281 - £30 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “NURO FILM”. Double sided. 20” x 16”. Good condition. £65.00 (726)
282 - £30 Enamel Tin plate ADVERTISING SIGN “BOAGS STRONG ARM BITTER – GET MERRY THE FINE WAY BREWED IN TASMANIA SINCE 1868”. Fair condition. 24” x 6”. £40.00 (814)
283 - £50 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “LYONS CAKES” double sided with wall fixing flange. Fair condition. 18” x 15”. £70.00 (750)
284 - £30 Tin plate ADVERTISING SIGN “MICHELIN” double sided with wall fixing flange. 18” x 21”.£120.00 (923)
285 - £50 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “ROWNTREES ELECT COCOA MAKERS TO HM THE KING”. Fair condition. 14” x 21”.£160.00 (848)
286 - £50 ]Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “CHAIRMAN CIGARETTES”. Excellent condition & shine, has edge metal loss. Uncommon sign. 72” x 20”. £80.00 (837)
287 - £40 Tin plate ADVERTISING SIGN “WALLS ICE CREAM MORE THAN A TREAT, A FOOD”. Fair condition. 19” x 10”.£70.00 (943)
288 - £50 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “WILLS’S WOODBINE CIGARETTES”. Good colour & shine, fair condition. 18” x 36”.£70.00 (883)
289 - £50 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “QUEENS PATENT CALIFORNIAN BORAX EXTRACT OF SOAP BEST DAY SOAP STARCH GLAZE IN PACKETS SOLD HERE”. 7” X 20”.£160.00 (848)
290 - £100 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “SPRATTS MEAT FIBRINE DOG CAKES”. Little faded. Good condition. 30” x 24”. £120.00 (858)
291 - £60 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “BLACK CAT MEDIUM CIGARETTES 10 for 4d, 15 for 6d. Very good colour & shine. 18” x 3”. £140.00 (726)
292 - £50 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “COUNTY LIBRARY”. Couple of face chips. Good colour & shine. 13” x 18”. £90.00 (655)
293 - £50 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “DE RESZKE”. Good colour & shine. 18” x 6”. £50.00 (837)
294 - £75
Double sided enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “WESTWARD HOE SMOKING MIXTURE” reverse side “CAPSTAN NAVY CUT W.D. & H.O. WILLS” with wall fixing flange. Loss to enamel around the flange area. Good colour & shine. 15” x 8”. £75.00 (837)
295 - £50 ST JOHNS ENAMEL SIGN “STRETCHER AND FIRST AID EQUIPMENT” depicting the cross of St John. Very good condition. 6 ½” x 11”. £160.00 (800)
296 - £75 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “SMOKE ROBIN THE POPULAR CIGARETTE”. Very good colour & shine. Excellent condition. 60” x 12”. £280.00 (863)
297 - £75 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “WE SELL WHITE ROSE OIL PUREST AND BEST”. Double sided with wall flange. Superb colour & shine on both sides. V.G.C. 20” x 16”. £130.00 (942)
298 - £75 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “PALETHORPES ROYAL CAMBRIDGE”. Good colour & shine. Some blemishes. 36” x 24”. £220.00 (762)
299 - £50 Enamel ADVERTISING SIGN “ROYAL LIVER FRIENDLY SOCIETY ESTD 1850 LIFE AND ENDOWMENT ASSURANCES”. Good colour & shine. Some loss of metal to bottom edge. Good condition for age. 36” x 24”. £65.00 (837)
300 - £5000 NAMEPLATE “RENOWN” as carried by the LMS Stanier Jubilee Class 4-6-0 express locomotive ‘5713’ later ‘45713’, built at Crewe. Emerging to traffic June 1936, allocations included Kingmoor, Bank Hall. Withdrawn in October 1962. ‘5713’ was named after the Royal Navy’s battle cruiser. ‘Renown’ and sister ship ‘Repulse’ were the fastest capital ships of the Royal Navy on completion in 1916. This plate has been with the vendor’s family since withdrawn, being purchased for £15.00 direct from BR. Ex loco back with one pop mark denoting left hand side. Face lightly polished, red ground. This plate is new to the market. This nameplate is accompanied by the original BR receipt 1965 for £15.00.£6000.00 (949)
301 - £150 London Brighton & South Coast Railway 4 ASPECT HANDLAMP stamped “LB&SCR” to the body”. Steel location plate affixed to the body “REPAIRS LINE THREE BRIDGES”. A brass Brighton button affixed to the chimney “B”. Complete with all glasses and “SRB” stamped vessel, burner & reflector. V.G.C. Ex service. £750.00 (838)
302 - £200 WORKS NUMBERPLATE “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY DONCASTER WORKS 1938 67673” as carried by Gresley 2-6-2 Tank Class V1. Emerging to traffic November 1938, allocations included Stratford, Heaton, Middlesbrough, Blaydon, Gateshead, Sunderland. Withdrawn from Heaton in 1962. Ex loco. Cast brass 9” x 5”.£320.00 (804)
303 - £100 North Eastern fibre SINGLE LINE TABLET “STANHOPE/WOLSINGHAM NO.11” from a section located on the Bishop Auckland to Wearhead branch line. Ex service condition£120.00 (607)
304 - £30 WAGON PLATE “THE NORTH CENTRAL WAGON CO. LTD OWNERS 85436”. Rusty, as found condition.£130.00 (606)
305 - £25 An original silk & lace FAREWELL ADDRESS presented to W.A Shakespeare Esq acting Chief Auditor Bengal – Nagpur Railway on his approaching departure to take up the post of Chief Auditor at the East Indian Railway 26th May 1919. Mounted in a period guilt frame. 21” x 27”. In superb condition. £25.00 (739)
306 - £75 British Railways enamel sign “WAY OUT” BR(M) FF, with right facing arrow. Very good colour & shine with one edge chip to top left hand edge which does not detract. 48” x 12”. £220.00 (641)
307 - £100 LNER/GCR pattern PEGGING LBLOCK INSTRUMENT with a traffolite label “UP MAIN LINE”, foot stamped “3967”. Very good condition. £170.00 (680)
308 - £175 SHEDPLATE “16B” Spital Bridge 1950, ex MR Depot, allocation 45 locos. Code transferred Kirkby in Ashfield 1955-1963, Annesley 1963-1966, finally Colwick 1966-1970. Repainted.£270.00 (616)
309 - £75 Two small British Railways enamel BOOKING HALL NOTICES, 1 x BR(W) & 1x BR(S) both referring to conditions of ticket sales. Note: the BR(S) one has slightly different script. Good colour & shine, no face damage, usual tiny edge nibbles. Both excellent condition. 6” x 4”. £75.00 (694)
310 - £75 SHEDPLATE “9E” Trafford Park 1950-1956 again in 1958-1968 ex CLC Depot with an allocation of approximately 70 locos, including D11 Directors, Jubilees, Patriots, Royal Scots and later Britannias. Repainted face only. £220.00 (756)
311 - £40 Cast iron sign “GREAT CENTRAL RY TRESPASSERS ON THIS PROPERTY WILL BE PROSECUTED”. Repainted face, ex lineside back with post mark. 21” x 12”.£55.00 (747)
312 - £90 SIGNAL BOX NAMEBOARD “DARLINGTON NORTH”, located on the E.C.M.L situated north end of the station. This board is of an unusual construction and is probably North Eastern Railway in origin. Darlington North signal box was a North Eastern Railway Type S4 with 150 levers. Wooden with metal letters. Sound condition. 50” x 23”.£280.00 (708)
313 - £40 Untitled cast iron sign “WARNING HIGH VOLTAGE SUBSTATION IN CASE OF EMERGENCY PLEASE REPORT TO BRITISH RAILWAYS ELECTRICAL CONTROL ROOM, OLD TRAFFORD TEL. TRAFFORD PARK 2763”. In ex service condition. 19” x 13”.£180.00 (713)
314 - £70 South Eastern Railway 4 ASPECT HANDLAMP, complete with all glasses, original vessel & reducing code stamped “SER”. Repainted. V.G.C. £70.00 (858)
315 - £85 North Eastern Railway enamel DOORPLATE “BOOKING OFFICE AND WAITING ROOM” Good colour & shine. 20” x 8”. £120.00 (641)
316 - £75 An enamel wall mounted sign “TELEPHONE” double sided. Good condition, complete with wrought iron mounting bracket. 23” x 32” overall.160.00 (883)
317 - £150 British Railways CARRIAGE BOARD “THE WELSHMAN” cream letters on a maroon ground. 11ft long, sound condition. London Euston to Llandudno, Porthmadog and Pwllheli. This train divided at Chester. FOR SALE
318 - £75 PRESENTATION BANJO ANEROID BAROMETER with a brass plaque written “PRESENTED BY THE MEMBERS TO MR JOHN SHAW SECRETARY OF THE SKIPTON RAILWAY EMPLOYEES COAL CLUB AS A TOKEN OF ESTEEM JAN Y 1895”. Mahogany. 21 ½” tall, 8” diameter dial. V.G.C.£85.00 (639)
319 - £75 London & South Western Railway 4 ASPECT HANDLAMP stamped “BULFORD P” to the body. Bulford is located on the branch from Grateley (on the Basingstoke to Salisbury line) to Bulford Camp. Complete with all fittings. In ex service condition. £140.00 (602)
320 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “BERKHAMPSTEAD” from a watercolour by Jack Merriott, London Midland Region (A) Series. Framed & glazed in original type frame. V.G.C.£50.00 (765)
321 - £150 London & Birmingham Railway cast-iron oval BRIDGE PLATE “188”. In totally ex lineside condition. This plate exceeds 170 years in age. Quite rare. £190.00 (768)
322 - £30 WAGON PLATE “REGISTERED BY THE MIDLAND RY CO 1905 TO CARRY 10 TONS 46733” Repainted face. V.G.C.£40.00 (792)
323 - £80 A pair of LOCOMOTIVE WARNING HORNS recovered from a EMI BO-BO electric loco ex Manchester-Sheffield at Reddish Depot (Stockport). Manufactured by Westinghouse Ltd, London, model “B75967” embossed on the body. Trumpets, brass 14 ½” long, complete with mounting bracket and air pipes. In very good ex service condition. £300.00 (698)
324 - £75 SHEDPLATE ‘24D’ Lower Darwen 1948-1963, ex L&Y Depot. Repainted face, clean back.£240.00 (822)
325 - £350 TOTEM “BRAMHALL” BR(M) FF. Located on the Manchester to London route via Stoke-on-Trent, between Cheadle Hulme & Poynton. Loss of shine, a little faded. Good condition.£350.00 (787)
326 - £60 British Railways cast iron sign “RIGHT OF WAY ACT 1932 THE BRITISH TRANSPORT COMMISSION”. Reference to right of way. In as removed condition. 24” x 16”. £60.00 (648)
327 - £225 LOCOMOTIVE WHISTLE, LNER group standard type. In totally ex loco condition, removed off J38 number 65922 at the same time as Lot 467. Note: Lot 467 for loco particulars.£250.00 (787)
328 - £100 WORKS NUMBERPLATE OVERSTRIP “65784” as attached to works numberplate carried by Worsdell/Raven 0-6-0 Class J27, built Darlington. Emerging to traffic 1906, allocated to Percy Main. Withdrawn in 1959. Ex loco, cast brass.£120.00 (870)
329 - £40 North Eastern Railway MUSTARD SPOON engraved “N.E.R ROYAL STATION HOTEL HULL”. 4 ½” long. Super condition. £80.00 (727)
330 - £110 Wooden double sided STATION DESTINATION BOARD “PURLEY, PURLEY OAKS, SOUTH CROYDON, EAST CROYDON, NORWOOD JCT, LONDON BRIDGE. Obverse side reads “NORWOOD JCT, EAST CROYDON, SOUTH CROYDON, PURLEY OAKS, PURLEY, COULSDON NORTH. This side has damage to right hand top corner. 24” x 21”. £110.00 (618)
331 - £150 British Railways CARRIAGE BOARD “LONDON-INVERNESS”. Cream lettering on maroon ground. Probably used on the Royal Highlander overnight sleeper. 11ft long. In sound condition. FOR SALE
332 - £75 North Eastern Railway WAITING ROOM LAMP ASSEMBLY, complete with “NER” brass plate affixed to the vessel, metal tray & opaque reflector plus burner & glass funnel. 16” tall. V.G.C.£75.00 (832)
333 - £70 Manchester Ship Canal pressed aluminium sign “M.S.C. CO’S RAILWAYS SINGLE LINE CONTROL, ALL ENGINES FROM IRWELL PARK DIRECTION” with five further lines of text. As removed. V.G.C. 24” x 18”. £80.00 (837)
334 - £50 A Caledonian Railway, Stevens pattern, SIGNAL FINIAL. Original condition. 28” tall.£75.00 (923)
335 - £70 LNER saucer top 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP brass-plated “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY WHITEMOOR”. Fully restored, complete with all fittings. Whitemoor is located on the Great Eastern Railway close to March. Good condition.£100.00 (771)
336 - £40 “MIDLAND RAILWAY” enamel BUCKET SIGN. Fair condition with loss to the top fixing holes. No loss of text. 11” x 6”.£70.00 (923)
337 - £60 Cast iron sign “GREAT SOUTHERN & WESTERN RAILWAY NOTICE”, relating to trespass. 19” x 14”. Sound, ex lineside condition. £60.00 (739)
338 - £135 British Railways enamel sign “CAR PARK RAILWAY STAFF ONLY” BR(E). Good colour & shine but has a fair amount of damage i.e. enamel loss and damage to the bottom flange. Never-the-less an interesting sign. 36” x 24”.£170.00 (661)
339 - £400 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “HAWKER SIDDELEY BRUSH TRACTION LOCOMOTIVE NO. 980 1991”. As carried by Type 5 Class 60 numbered 60078 named “STAC POLLAIDE”. De-named in January 1996. Cast aluminium in ex loco condition as removed. 25cm x 15cm. £1150.00 (748)
340 - £110 London & North Western Railway Fletchers pattern wooden-cased double line absolute BLOCK INSTRUMENT. Complete with brass engraved label affixed “NORTH BOX GOODS”. In ex service condition. £140.00 (933)
341 - £150 Southern Railway TARGET “VAUXHALL”. Located to the east of Vauxhall Bridge, London. Good colour & shine, has had some restoration. Good condition. £290.00 (656)
342 - £75 British Railways enamel DOORPLATE “STATION MASTER” BR(M) FF. Good colour & shine, chip to bottom right hand corner does not detract. 20” x 6”.£200.00 (762)
343 - £50 Cast iron BRIDGE DIAMOND “GWR PADDINGTON STATION, LONDON”, weight plates absent, not always applied. Ex bridge condition. 50” x 31”.FOR SALE
344 - £40 A collection of enamel LAPEL BADGES displayed on a special display board for use at the “ST CHRISTOPHERS RAILWAY SERVANTS ORPHANAGE” decorated with image of St Christopher carrying the Lord Jesus Christ on his shoulders and two children playing. Has one badge missing. 16” x 16”. £80.00 (649)
345 - £40 STATION MASTERS CAP BR(SC) from Galashiels Station. Size 7 1/8 stamped “BR 7 1/8” to internal hat band. J. Compton Sons & Webb Ltd 1960. In as new condition £40.00 (626)
346 - £120 Great Western Railway PORTERS HANDLAMP stamped “GWR” to the body, also brass makers plate to the body. “POLKEY LIMITED MANUFACTURERS BIRMINGHAM”. Complete with original fore & aft vessel & BR(W) burner. V.G.C.£160.00 (946)
347 - £90 Enamel POSTER BOARD HEADER - DR “BRITISH RAILWAYS” BR(M). Good colour. Edge nibbles with minor blemishes. £120.00 (821)
348 - £200 WORKS NUMBERPLATE “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY DARLINGTON WORKS 1948 67702” as carried by Thompson 2-6-4 T Class L1. Emerging to traffic January 1948, allocations included Ipswich, Yarmouth, Stratford. Withdrawn in 1960. Ex loco, cast brass. 9” x 5”.£470.00 (938)
349 - £30 Enamel AA DIRECTION SIGN “HADLEIGH 5 ½”B1070”. Located in Suffolk. Shaped as arrow pointing right. Good colour & shine. 38” x 10”. £120.00 (906)
350 - £30 North British Railway SPIRIT LEVEL stamped “NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY” and “WARRANTED CORRECT” to the brass face-plate. Manufactured of ebony on mahogany. A total piece of quality not found today. 9” long. Fully working. V.G.C.£60.00 (704)
351 - £40 Cast iron sign “THE RAILWAY EXECUTIVE NOTICE” reference to trespass. In as removed condition. 29” x 20”. £60.00 (820)
352 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “THE CINQUE PORT OF NEW ROMNEY KENT” from a watercolour by Jack Merriott, Southern Region A Series. Framed & glazed in original type frame. V.G.C.£100.00 (717)
353 - £40 LMS cast iron sign “LONDON MIDLAND & SCOTTISH RAILWAY COMPANY, REF TRESPASS”. Ex lineside condition. Four fixing holes. 27” x 19”. £70.00 (726)
354 - £30 PRESENTATION ONE PINT TANKARD inscribed “2nd CHESHIRE ROYAL ENGINEERS RAILWAY VOLUNTEERS OFFICERS CUP 1902 MOMENTO WON BY LIEUT FF LENON – SCORE 78”. Heavy EPNS stamped “BRITANNIA TRADEMARK PHILIP ASHBERRY & SONS, SHEFFIELD 82 IMPERIAL”. V.G.C.FOR SALE
355 - £75 SHEDPLATE “84E” TYSLELEY 1948-1963 ex GWR Depot, allocation 60 locos on average. Code transferred 1963-1964 to Wadebridge ex LSWR Depot, allocation of just five locos, all Pannier Tanks. Ex loco condition. £130.00 (815)
356 - £75 RUNNING-IN-BOARD “DOLWYDDELEN” BR(M) flangeless. Located on the Conwy Valley Line from Llandudno Junction-Blaenau Ffestiniog. Good colour & shine. Single section. 108” x 16”.£300.00 (643)
357 - £60 Wooden STATION DESTINATION BOARD - SR/BR(S) “VIA DOVER-CALAIS-LILLE, BASLE, LUGANO, COMO, MILAN, BOLOGNA, FLORENCE, ROME”. Painted white letters on a green ground. V.G.C. 21” x 48”. £130.00 (697)
358 - £90 London North Eastern Railway STATION HANDBELL. Cast brass with fruit wood handle stamped “LNER”. Stands 11” high with a 6” diameter bell mouth. Complete with cast-iron clapper & chain. Original condition. £90.00 (816)
359 - £130 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP stamped “SALFORD GOODS DEPOT 12126” to the body, also ‘12299’ stamped to the top handle. Complete with all glasses. “L&YR” stamped brass, vessel, burner & reflector. £210.00 (927)
360 - £85 SHEDPLATE “31B” March 1948-1973, ex GER Depot with an allocation of approximately 160 locos, B17’s, Sandringham’s, Britannia’s later on. Ex loco condition. £90.00 (797)
361 - £95 Enamel STATION SIGN “GENTLEMEN” BR(M) FF. Good colour & shine, has some loss of enamel to three corners and random face chips. Fair condition. 36” x 18”. £130.00 (674)
362 - £50 “LMS” embossed SIGNAL BOX WALL LAMP, complete with burner and glass funnel. Stands 13 ½” high, has original brass tank cap. Repainted V.G.C.£110.00 (715)
363 - £150 LOCOMOTIVE WORKS NUMBERPLATE “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY 7224 REBUILT STRATFORD WORKS 1916”, as carried by a Holden Class F6 2-4-2 Tank. Emerging to traffic 1911, numbered 65, 7065 in 1924, 7294 in 1946, 67224 in 1950. Allocations included Stratford, Yarmouth (S), Lowestoft, Norwich, Melton Constable. Withdrawn from Lowestoft in November 1956 after 45 years service. Cast brass, typical heavy Stratford casting. Repainted face, clean back. V.G.C.£280.00 (633)
364 -£40 LMS silver-plated ½ pint TANKARD engraved “FERERATION OF LMS RIFLE CLUBS LEAGUE 1927-1928, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield. V.G.C.FOR SALE
365 - £100 Wooden sign with painted script “TICKETS” BR(NE), with a left facing arrow. This sign was recovered from Newcastle Central Station. 36” x 12”. Sound construction. £100.00 (848)
366 - £90 Dearne Valley Railway cast iron GATE NOTICE “KEEP THIS GATE SHUT”. Rusty, as found condition. 40” x 3 ½”. FOR SALE
367 - £100 British Railways BRAKE VAN STOVE, complete with new flue, pipe and cowl. Ready for your shed. Sound condition.£500.00 (923)
368 - £75 Brass SPLASHER STRIP from the GWR Castle Class loco ‘7007 Great Western’. Removed from the centre splasher that held the nameplate. In very good condition. Approx. 68” radius. £420.00 (684)
369 - £75 GNR copper TEA URN stamped “G.N.R. I” with a heraldic cross cypher, we think denotes Kings Cross to both vessel & cover. Tap orifice plugged making this a large vessel perhaps for soup etc. Comes with a copper cover with copper handles to both vessel & cover. Very heavy gauge copper construction, approx. 5 gallon capacity. V.G.C. unusual.£150.00 (816)
370 - £60 PEWTER ASHTRAY commemorating the end of the First World War Armistice 1918. French in origin. Heavy embossed with image of the carriage that the armistice was taken with the script “FORET DE COMPIEGNE LE WAGON DE L’ARMISTICE NOVEMBER 1918”. In pristine condition. 5 ¾” x 4”.£100.00 (757)
371 - £400 O GAUGE MODEL electric fine-scale of an LMS Class 2P 4-4-0 number “40658”. Beautifully modelled and painted in early weathered BR livery. Superb attention to detail e.g. fire irons on the tender, & crew. Good runner, excellent condition. Build details: David Andrews kit, fine scale wheels, spring buffers, etched worksplate & shedplate ‘6A’. Motor & gear box by Ron Chalin. £550.00 (944)
372 - £400 O GAUGE MODEL electric fine-scale of a LMS Derby 4 0-6-0 44396. Beautifully modelled and painted in early weathered BR livery. Superb attention to detail including crew, fire irons & coal. Build details: John Maidment kit, cast metal wheels, etched worksplates & Shedplate 8E. (Liverpool Brunswick) sprung buffers, compensated chassis, fine scale-ABC motor & gear box. Excellent runner.£470.00 (881)
373 - £400 O GAUGE MODEL electric fine-scale of a Stanier Class 4 2-6-4 “42596”. Beautifully modelled and painted in early weathered BR livery. Superb attention to detail. Edge Hill shed plate, lamps & crew. Build details: sprung buffers, crew, motor & gearbox by Rail Crest. Excellent runner.£570.00 (796)
374 - £100 O GAUGE MODEL fine-scale of a Stanier 57ft passenger brake. Superbly modelled and painted in BR maroon. Build details: Kirk Kit, slaters wheels.£100.00 (923)
375 - £100 O GAUGE MODEL fine-scale of a 42ft LMS luggage van. Superbly modelled and painted in BR carmine & cream. Good runner. Build details: plastic kit, Slaters wheels. Lovely condition.FOR SALE
376 - £100 O GAUGE MODEL fine-scale of a BR 3rd Class sleeping car 65ft. Superbly modelled and painted. Excellent attention to detail, painted in carmine & cream. Good runner. Build details: scratch built, Slaters wheels. Lovely condition. FOR SALE
377 - £100 O GAUGE MODEL fine-scale of a BR 1st Class sleeping car 65ft. Superbly modelled and painted. Excellent attention to detail, painted in carmine & cream. Good runner. Build details: scratch built, Slaters wheels. Lovely condition. FOR SALE
378 -£100 O GAUGE MODEL fine-scale of a 57ft passenger brake. Superbly modelled and painted in BR carmine & cream. Build details: Slaters wheels, cast white metal bogies. Lovely condition. £100.00 (762)
379 - £450 LIVE STEAM O GAUGE BASSETT-LOWKE MODEL of a Stanier Mogul number 42981. As new mint condition. Steamed only. Displayed complete with display track, all fittings, tools etc. Includes paperwork.SOLD
380 - £60 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “BUILT 1956 DERBY” carried by 08 Class shunter. Cast aluminium. 10 ½” x 6”. Ex loco. £210.00 (849)
381 -£70 LNER saucer top 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, body stamped “LNE-E N Thurston”. Complete with all fittings. Thurston is located on the GER line from Bury St Edmonds to Haughley. £150.00 (625)
382 -£100 LNER/GCR Pattern PEGGING BLOCK INSTRUMENT with traffolite label “DOWN LINE”. In fine ex service condition. £130.00 (626)
383 -£ 90 LNER/GCR pattern NON-PEGGING BLOCK INSTRUMENT. Ex service condition. SOLD
384 - £80 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “BUILT 1944 SR” (“LNER” ground off). As carried by Stanier 2-8-0 Class 8F heavy freight loco, built Doncaster for the Southern Railway during WW11. Cast brass, repainted face. Number series 48705-48729.£450.00 (849)
385 -£40 LNER Refreshment Department 7” diameter silver-plated PLATE. Engraved with belted cypher “LNER REFRESHMENT DEPT LIVERPOOL” by Elkington. V.G.C.£80.00 (816)
386 - £70 SHEDPLATE “86G” Pontypool Road 1948-1967, ex GWR Depot with an allocation of approximately 90 locos. Repainted face only. £360.00 (791)
387 - £40 A Southern Railway cast-iron TRESPASS sign. Ex lineside condition. 24” x 16”.£50.00 (814)
388 - £100 A London & North Eastern Railway large TRAIN STAFF “SANDY-BLUNHAM NO.3” from section located on the Bedford-Cambridge line. Ex service condition. £100.00 (935)
389 - £25 “LONDON, BRIGHTON & SOUTH COAST RAILWAY CO. RETIREMENT CERTIFICATE, PRESENTED TO THOMAS EGGAR ESQRE AT LONDON BRIDGE TERMINUS DECEMBER 1880”. Superb original condition in its original gilt frame (glazed). 22” x 27”. Small amount of loss to plaster gilt on frame, does not detract.£50.00 (828)
390 - £100 Cast iron sign “STICK NO BILLS GNR”. Ex service condition. 14 ½” x 9 ¼”. £120.00 (738)
391 - £40 Manchester Ship Canal RAILWAY SIGN “M.S.C. CO’S RAILWAYS SINGLE LINE CONTROL, ALL ENGINES STOPPING TO WORK HERE AND ENGINES STOPPING OWING TO OBSTRUCTION CAUSED BY OTHER RAILWAY OPERATIONS MUST REPORT ARRIVAL AND OBTAIN PERMISSION TO DEPART”. Pressed aluminium. 24” x 18”. V.G.C. £50.00 (927)
392 - £300 TOTEM “THREE BRIDGES”. Located on the London to Brighton Main Line between Gatwick Race Course and Balcombe. Good colour & shine, couple of face chips. Complete with fixing brackets.£550.00 (689)
393 - £140 Midland Railway ROTARY BLOCK INSTRUMENT stamped “M R CO 1915”to the top. In fine ex service condition. £240.00 (794)
394 - £90 South Eastern Railway 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, complete with all glasses, vessel stamped “SER 41-19”. Repainted. V.G.C.FOR SALE
395 - £40 London & South Western Railway untitled cast-iron WARNING SIGN “WARNING STOP LOOK & LISTEN BEFORE CROSSING THE LINE. Repainted face, ex lineside back with post mark. 32” x 16”.£90.00 (856)
396 - £80
British Railways gold plated presentation POCKET WATCH by Vertex. Back cover engraved “BR SCOTTISH REGION G. MCLAREN IN APPRECIATION OF 45 YEARS SERVICE”. In full working order. £80.00 (823)
397 - £50 Cast aluminium ADVERTISING SIGN “BP”. The letter ‘BP’ within a shield shape being British Petroleum’s trade mark. Yellow letters and border on a green ground. Totally original. 14” x 14”. £120.00 (923)
398 - £55 Cheshire Lines Committee cast iron BRIDGE PLATE “C.L.R.Y 201”. In good original condition. 17 ½” x 10 ¼”. £55.00 (775)
399 - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “ORMSKIRK LANCASHIRE” from a water colour by Knight. London Midland (B) series. Framed & glazed in original type frame. V.G.C.£60.00 (765)
400 -£45 Four enamel DESTINATION PLATES, we think from a station timetable or destination board. “YORK VIA STALYBRIDGE”, “HUDDERSFIELD & LEEDS VIA STALYBRIDGE”, “BOLTON”, “STALYBRIDGE”. 7” x 8 ½”. V.G.C.£200.00 (801)
401 - £40 Four Ian Allan ABC REGIONAL BOOKLETS, 1948(E), 1948(S), 1949(M), 1949 IRISH LOCO. Unmarked in excellent condition. £120.00 (713)
402 - £40 Four Ian Allan ABC REGIONAL BOOKLETS 1949(S), 1951(E), 1950 (W), 1953 (M). Totally unmarked in excellent condition.£60.00 (716)
403 - £40 Four Ian Allan ABC REGIONAL BOOKLETS 1951(M), 1951(E), 1951(S), 1951(W). Totally unmarked in excellent condition.£40.00 (739)
404 - £30[ Four Ian Allan ABC REGIONAL BOOKLETS 1955(S), 1960 SHED BOOK, 1960 LONDON TRANSPORT, 1957 DIESELS. Totally unmarked in excellent condition.£30.00 (823)
405 - £30 Two Ian Allan ABC COMBINED VOL 1973 & 1975. Totally unmarked, excellent condition. £40.00 (607)
406 - £20 Ian Allan ABC BRITISH BUS FLEETS x 5, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1959, 1960. Unmarked in excellent condition.£50.00 (784)
407 - £30 16 PLATFORM SPOTTER BOOKLETS 1992-2008 & various titles. Unmarked in excellent condition. FOR SALE
408 - £60 ABC COMBINED VOLUMES WINTER 1959-1960 edition. Unmarked in good condition. £60.00 (649)
409 - £270 ABC COMBINED VOLUME 1943. Very rare volume in exceptional condition for age, this volume did not have a dust jacket. Totally unmarked & unused. SOLD
410 - £180 ABC COMBINED VOLUME 1953 Summer edition. Unmarked & unused except for original owners small annotation inside front cover. This volume is complete with its original dust jacket. SOLD
411 - £170 ABC COMBINED VOLUME 1954 Spring edition. Totally unmarked & unused. Exceptional condition, complete with copy dust jacket. SOLD
412 - £170 ABC COMBINED VOLUME 1954 Winter edition. Totally unmarked & unused. Exceptional condition, complete with copy dust jacket. SOLD
413 - £100 ABC COMBINED VOLUME 1959 Winter edition. Totally unmarked & unused. This is the rare WM coded edition. V.G.C.£100.00 (649)
414 - £25 Two ABC COMBINED VOLUMES – 1962 Winter edition, unused, no markings except for original owners annotation inside front cover V.G.C. & 1965 edition, unmarked. Has book sellers stamp inside the front cover. V.G.C.£35.00 (653)
415 - £40 Two ABC COMBINED VOLUMES – 1964 Winter edition, totally unmarked & unused. V.G.C & 1963 Summer edition, totally unmarked & unused. V.G.C.£50.00 (936)
416 - £30 Two ABC COMBINED VOLUMES – 1966 Winter edition, totally unmarked & unused. V.G.C & Summer edition 1966 unmarked & unused except for original owner annotation inside front cover. V.G.C.£40.00 (858)
417 - £40 Three ABC COMBINED VOLUMES – 1970 Summer edition, totally unmarked & unused. V.G.C. 1972 Summer edition, totally unmarked & unused. V.G.C. 1974 Summer edition, totally unmarked & unused except for original owners annotation inside front cover. V.G.C.£60.00 (812)
418 - £40 Two ABC COMBINED VOLUMES – 1971 Summer edition, totally unmarked & unused. V.G.C. 1969 Summer edition, totally unmarked except for original owners annotation inside front cover. V.G.C.£40.00 (740)
419 - £50 Two ABC COMBINED VOLUMES – 1961 Summer edition. Marked. 1971 Summer edition (reprint). Totally unmarked & unused. Also four loco shed books, 1956, 1963, 1965, 1969 unmarked.£50.00 (649)
420 - £50 Four very early ABC SPOTTER BOOKS “THE ABC OF SOUTHERN LOCOMOTIVES” October 1943, “ABC OF LMS LOCOMOTIVES” 1943, “THE ABC OF LNER LOCOMOTIVES” June 1945, “THE ABC OF SOUTHERN AND LMS UNITS”, 1946. Totally unmarked. V.G.C. for age. SOLD
421 - £50 Set of four booklets “NAMEPLATES OF THE SOUTHERN LOCOMOTIVES”. GWR, LNER, LMS compiled and written by Frank Burridge published by Sydenham & Co. 1947. Totally unmarked. Frank was one of the very first nameplate collectors and opened his own museum in Bournemouth called “THE BIG FOUR RAILWAY MUSEUM”. Very good condition for their age. £50.00 (846)
422 - £25 Four London & North Eastern Railway china - TEACUP & SAUCER, COFFEE CUP, TEACUP. All marked “PROPERTY OF LNW RLY RETURN TO EUSTON”. Good condition.£40.00 (602)
423 - £55 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “BUILT 1959 DARLINGTON” as carried by 09 Class shunter numbered 09008 pre tops D3719 named “Sheffield Children’s Hospital September 1990-1993. 10 ½” x 6”. £180.00 (713)
424 - £45 GNR/LNER cast iron DOORPLATE “PRIVATE”. Repainted face only, very nice example. 13 ½” x 3 ½”. £90.00 (803)
425 - £50 Great Northern Railway of Ireland BRIDGE PLATE “GNR (I) 69”. Repainted face, ex lineside back. Sound condition. 13 ½” x 10”. £70.00 (913)
426 - £80 SHEDPLATE “60A” Inverness 1948-1973, ex Highland Railway Depot, allocation of approximately 50 locos. Repainted face only.£100.00 (950)
427 - £75 Enamel STATION SIGN “WAITING & LADIES ROOM BR(M) FF. Good colour & shine, random rust blemishes. Good condition. 24” x 18”.£100.00 (747)
428 - £50 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway cast iron TRESPASS sign “LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY PUBLIC NOTICE”. In as removed condition showing post mark. Has raised studs to corners. 31” x 21”. £60.00 (726)
429 - £60 SHIP’S STERN FLAG “IOM S.P.C” with the three legs of man, as flown by the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company. The oldest continuously operation shipping company in the world. Measures 9ft x 6ft, complete with lanyard and toggle. Very good condition, no moth damage or tears. £80.00 (686)
430 - £50 Enamel Train Destination TUMBLER “WALMER” probably from London Victoria Station large mechanical train description boards. Some edge nibbles. Good colour & shine. 17” x 2 ¼”. £50.00 (632)
431 - £40 Cast iron sign “BRITISH TRANSPORT COMMISSION NOTICE” ref Trespass. Ex lineside, still affixed to its original post. 29” x 20”.£60.00 (841)
432 - £30 Two black & white photo CARRIAGE PRINTS “SALTCOATS” and “HYDE PARK LONDON”. Attractively framed & glazed.£50.00 (808)
433 - £30 LNER silver-plated LETTER KNIFE ‘LNER’ nicely engraved to the handle, slim & elegant in form. 8” long. V.G.C.£100.00 (704)
434 - £60 Great Western Railway pattern BLOCK BELL with sheep bell shaped bell and front tapper. In fine ex service condition. 120.00 (739)
435 - £50 Great Western Railway untitled cast-iron sign “PASSENGERS ARE REQUESTED TO CROSS THE LINE BY THE BRIDGE”. Ex lineside condition. 43” x 18 ½”. Sound condition. £120.00 (602)
436 -£50 Cast iron PAPERWEIGHT in the form of a GWR King Class. !2” long. Very good condition. £50.00 (794)
437 - £40 ‘LMS’ engraved mahogany track gauge with brass fittings including spirit level. This gauge is of quality manufacture and was probably used by inspectors etc. 63 ½” long. V.G.C.£50.00 (654)
438 - £125 London North Eastern Railway (NER pattern) DOUBLE LINE BLOCK INSTRUMENT. Two needles with traffolite plates “DOWN LINE” and “UP LINE” with rotary commutator mounted on the front. Fully working condition, having been used on an extensive O gauge garden railway. Very good condition. £125.00 (794)
439 - £175 SHEDPLATE “’10H’ Lower Darwen with a self-cleaning plate attached 1963-1966. Ex L&Y Dept with an allocation of 15 locos in the 1960s. Repainted face, clean back.£320.00 (615)
440 - £220 British Railways enamel RUNNING-IN-BOARD “SANDY” BR(E). Located on the East Coast Main Line 44 miles, 10 chains north of Kings Cross, opened by the GNR 1850. Good colour & shine. Some repainted chips do not detract. 72” x 24”. V.G.C.£370.00 (689)
441 - £60 L&SWR cast-iron BOUNDARY MARKER with “L&S W RY CO” cast into head. Complete with foot. Stands 36” tall. Sound condition.SOLD
442 - £60 North Eastern Railway wooden cased BLOCK BELL with a front tapper & large mushroom shaped bell. In very good condition. Fully working. £100.00 (906)
443 - £40 Manchester South Junction & Altrincham Railway cast-iron BRIDGE PLATE “MSJ&AR 80”. Ex lineside condition. £60.00 (774)
444 - £50 Bullied electric LOCOMOTIVE HEADLAMP, manufactured in brass with bullseye lens. Very good condition. £90.00 (837)
445 - £35 Polish locomotive cast-iron plate depicting a spread eagle with ”PKP” beneath. 10” x 7 ½”. Repainted. V.G.C.£40.00 (782)
446 - £85 South African bi-lingual cast aluminium CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “SUID-AFRIKAANSE SPOORWEE SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAYS 35.482.35”, as carried by Class 35 C0-C0 Type GE U15C. Built by General Electric Co. 1976. Ex loco condition. £110.00 (814)
447 - £50 A Great North of Scotland Railway metal LETTER/DOCUMENT RACK “GNOS RY” stamped in the back plate. Liberated from Drummuir Station. Ex service condition. Uncommon survivor. 10” x 14”. £50.00 (837)
448 - £50 Great Eastern Railway 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP with sliding knobs. Reducing cone stamped “LNER LOCO STRATFORD 2629”. Back handle removed as was the case with many of these lamps. All fittings present, in original condition. £90.00 (771)
449 - £70 L&NWR MINIATURE STAFF “SANDY L.N.E JUNC BLUNHAM NO.3” from a section on the Bedford to Cambridge line. Very good condition. £180.00 (607)
450 - £200 Uncarried LOCOMOTIVE NAMEPLATE “YORKSHIRE VOYAGER” numbered 22034. Excellent condition as new. 29 ½” x 15”.£320.00 (932)
451 - £90 Southern Railway enamel NOTICE BOARD HEADER “TRAIN SERVICES”. Good colour & shine, usual edge nibbles 45” x 5”. V.G.C. £110.00 (930)
452 - £40 Two cast aluminium WORKSPLATES “BR DERBY LOT NO. 30465 1958” as carried by D.M.U 53943, withdrawn 1992”. Devoid of paint. 7” x 4 ½”. £40.00 (649)
453 - £40 Station waiting room WALL OIL LAMP with glass funnel and copper reflector. Company unknown. 12” high. V.G.C.£40.00 (832)
454 -£75 London Transport enamel STATION SIGN “DAGENHAM EAST”. Superb condition, colour & shine. 30” x 7”. £75.00 (803)
455 -£100 A Cheshire Lines Committee MILE POST “LR 10 ¼” meaning ten & a quarter miles from Manchester London Road Station, now Manchester Piccadilly. Cast-iron, complete with no loss or cracks. V.G.C. £120.00 (643)
456 - £90 “LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY NOTICE TO BOILER ATTENDANTS & OTHERS” with five more lines of text, dated September 1884. Wood with beaded edge. 28” x 19”. £90.00 (726)
457 -£40 LMSR general purpose HANDLAMP stamped “L.M.S.R WOL” to the chimney cowl, also a brass makers plate “L.M.S.R Makers Wolverton”. Complete with original vessel which has a brass plate affixed “LMSR WOLVERTON”. Totally complete. V.G.C.£65.00 (703)
458 -£50 G.N.R. SIGNAL BOX GATE CROSSING WHEEL with assembly. Cast-iron. In need of some restoration. £120.00 (945)
459 -£400 ]WORKSPLATE “NO 2100 DARLINGTON 1950” as carried by a Worsdell designed 0-6-0 T Class J72, number 69019. Allocations include Middlesbrough, Thornaby, West Hartlepool. Withdrawn December 1963. Engraved brass, ex loco back. Lightly polished.£500.00 (687)
460 -£200 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “44834” as carried by Stanier Class 5 4-6-0 mixed traffic loco, built at Crewe. Emerging to traffic August 1944. Allocations included Crewe (N) & (S), Carlisle Upperby, Edge Hill. Withdrawn December 1967. Restored, has heavy repair to the top right hand corner.£350.00 (787)
461 -£60 Untitled London North Western Railway cast iron sign “RHYBUDD”, Welsh language sign, reference to trespass dated 1883. Repainted condition. 25” x 17”. £60.00 (726)
462 -£90 BR wooden INDICATIOR FINGER BOARD “STATIONS TO OLDHAM AND MANCHESTER”. Double sided. In good ex service condition. 54” x 5”. £140.00 (643)
463 - £45 Silver plated TROPHY in the form of a cup “THE FOXLEY CUP FOR ANNUAL INTERSHOP COMPETITION CARRIAGE & WAGON WORKS DERBY”. Stands 17” high, 6” diameter cup mouth. Complete with its base with winners engraved plates affixed. Very good condition for age. FOR SALE
464 -£100 BR(E) 8” roundhead non-fusee WALL CLOCK with Roman numerals. Face marked “BR(NE) 15767”. Complete with key, fully working. Excellent condition. £230.00 (939)
465 - £40 LNER/NER pattern BLOCK BELL, tapperless with large mushroom shaped bell. Ex service condition. £70.00 (685)
466 -£50 Pre-grouping GWR SUGAR BOWL with company arms printed to the body with stringing & leaf decoration to rim. Potted by “ASHWORTH BROS REAL CHINA IRONSTONE” to the underside. Comes with GWR post-grouping small sugar tongs (EPNS). V.G.C. 2 6/8” diameter rim. £80.00 (695)
467 -£150 LOCOMOTIVE WORKS NUMBERPLATE “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY 5922 DARLINGTON WORKS 1926” as carried by Gresley 0-6-0 J38 Class. Allocations included Dunfermline Upper, St Margaret’s & Thornton Jct. Withdrawn 1966. Ex loco, cleaned. £190.00 (789)
468 -£120 Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway BRIDGE PLATE “149”. Heavy cast-iron. Ex bridge condition.£120.00 (818)
469 -£45 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway LETTER RACK. Stamped to the front “L&Y R CO”, manufactured in tin plate incorporating a bottom drawer with a brass knob. Painted in original brown paint with remnants of a painted L&Y logo to the front. 12 ½” high x 9” wide x 6” depth. In ex service condition. £55.00 (837)
470 -£90 British Rail DOUBLE ARROW LOCO INSIGNIA of the small variety, probably from a shunter. In ex loco condition. £150.00 (744)
471 - £70 Cast iron sign “GN&GE JOINT RAILWAY PUBLIC NOTICE NOT TO TRESPASS” with seven lines of text appertaining to this offence. “KINGS CROSS JULY 1896”. Repainted face. V.G.C.£85.00 (816)
472 -£50 LOCOMOTIVE WORKPLATE “FRAGONSET DERBY REBUILT”. Cast in resin compound. 9 ¼” x 5 ½”. £50.00 (930)
473 - £75 DOORPLATE “PRIVATE” BR(M). Good colour & shine. V.G.C.£100.00 (883)
474 - £25 London, Brighton & South Coast Railway Provident Society Members Certificate, issued to Mr Henry (the rest of the writing in ink has faded) Dated 1879. The printed certificate is in very good order. Framed & glazed in original veneered walnut frame. 14” x 18”. £40.00 (828)
475 - £70 Aluminium ADVERTISING SIGN “SHELL MOTOR SPIRIT”. In original condition as removed. Yellow Shell logo within a similar shape sign. Black & red ground. Has script at base stating company ownership. Totally original. 9 ½” x 12”. £90.00 (629)
476 -£90 North Eastern Railway 3 aspect HANDLAMP stamped “NER” to the reducing cone. Complete with original vessel stamped “NER” with a diamond motif. This lamp has been altered to have a slide in blind fitted for use during the 2nd World War. Excellent condition. Totally complete. Repainted. FOR SALE
477 -£70 A Great Northern Railway tin-plate WAGON LABEL “EMPTY TO DEARNE VALLEY COLLIERY PER GREAT NORTHERN ROUTE”. Very good condition.£70.00 (948)
478 -£120 SHEDPLATE “87F” Llanelly 1948-1964, ex GWR Depot with an allocation of approximately 60 locos including Halls & Granges. Ex loco condition. £220.00 (791)
479 - £150 Enamel STATION SIGN “TICKETS & ENQUIRIES” BR(W) FF. Good colour & shine. Few chips to edges as usual. V.G.C. 36” x 18”. V.G.C.£150.00 (860)
480 -£60 Great Western & London North Western Joint Railway BOUNDARY POST in G.W.R. style. Bottom shape mounted on a short length of Brunel rail. “GW&L&NW JOINT RLY BOUNDARY 1920”. Good condition. £70.00 (643)
481 -£60 MAKERS PLATE “OLIVER & ARROL ENGINEERS EDINBURGH 1881” manufacturers of railway cranes, boiler, bridges, a whole array of heavy engineering. There is a possibility that this company was linked to Sir William Arrol who was responsible for the construction of the Forth, Tay and Tower bridges. Cast iron. 28” x 19”.FOR SALE
482 -£50 LMS BRONZE MEDAL struck by the company to commemorate the success of the loyal citizens of the country in their resistance to the menace to the constitution in May 1926. Cast brass, 2” diameter. In pristine condition within its original case accompanied by the official letter, signed stamped, President of the Executive. The recipient was a Mr F Lloyd Esq.£60.00 (727)
483 -£50 Wooden SIGNAL BOX LEVER BACK BOARD, made of pitch pine with lever description painted on. Very interesting. 80” x 7”. £80.00 (923)
484 - £100 Great Northern Railway of Ireland 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP stamped “GNR I” to the body. The location of this lamp is also stamped to the body but needs a keen eye to read. Complete with its original vessel, brass burner & all glasses. Superb condition. Repainted. £290.00 (913)
485 -£80 LNER station PLATFORM LANTERN VESSEL brass-plated “LNER ALGARKIRK”. Located on the Great Northern Main Line from Warrington Junction to Boston. Drum shape in form, manufactured in brass. Complete with burner assembly and glass funnel, also brass screw in stopper. Stands 12” high with funnel vessel 5” diameter. V.G.C.£140.00 (769)
486 - £90 LOCOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT PLATE “YORKSHIRE ENGINE CO. LTD SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND, THE BRITISH THOMSON HOUSTON CO. LTD, RUGBY, ENGLAND, ROLLS ROYCE LIMITED, DERBY ENGLAND”. Locomotive unknown. Clean ex loco condition. £100.00 (675)
487 -£100 LNER group standard LOCO WHISTLE, bell and seat only, valve and wheel absent. Highly polished. Displayed on stand, would make a good door stop. 9” high overall. FOR SALE
488 -£60 SIGNAL BOX DIAGRAM “TOWNSEND FOLD”. Townsend Lane signal box is still to be found on the East Lancs Railway between Ewood Bridge and Rawtenstall, being preserved by the East Lancashire Railway. Complete within its original frame with all lamps & wiring, ready to plug in. £160.00 (767)
489 -£50 COMMEMORATIVE SILVER MEDAL “STOCKTON & DARLINGTON RAILWAY 150TH ANNIVERSARY LOCOMOTION 1825” “OFFICIAL COMMEMORATIVE MODEL OF THE BOROUGH OF DARLINGTON SEPTEMBER 27th 1975”. Hallmarked for 1975 Birmingham. Mint condition, in original box.£120.00 (702)
490 -£100 British Rail cast aluminium DOUBLE ARROW LOCO EMBLEM. 27 ½” x 17”.£160.00 (718)
491 -£80 Station GAS LAMP with all fittings by Sugg. 12” diameter shade complete with all fittings & glass globe. Excellent condition. £170.00 (816)
492 - £150 LOCOMOTIVE WORKS NUMBERPLATE “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY DARLINGTON WORKS 1913 3355” ground off, overstrip present. As carried by Raven heavy freight loco class Q6 0-8-0, originally numbered 1279. Emerging to traffic May 1913, allocations included Tyne Dock, Annfield Plain, Haverton Hill, Newport, West Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Thornaby, West Auckland. Withdrawn July 1963 after 50 years service. Ex loco condition. Devoid of paint.£190.00 (819)
493 -£55 Aluminium ROAD SIGN “HALT AT MAJOR ROAD AHEAD”. Good condition. 24” x 26”.£90.00 (923)
494 - £75 SHEDPLATE “16D” Mansfield 1948-1958, ex Midland Depot with an allocation of 25 locos. Code transferred to Annersley 1958-1963 ex GCR Depot with an allocation of 70 locos. Code transferred to Nottingham 1963-1967 ex Midland Depot with an allocation of 60 locos. Ex-loco condition. £110.00 (607)
495 -£60 Six enamel DESTINATION PLATES, we think from a station timetable or destination board. “BLACKPOOL”, “SOUTHPORT”, “STALYBRIDGE”, “PRESTON”, “BOLTON”, “LIVERPOOL (EXCHANGE)”. 7” x 4”. V.G.C.£140.00 (801)
496 -£45 Manchester Ship Canal pressed aluminium sign “MSC UNDER REPAIR NOT TO BE USED”. 18” x 15”. V.G.C.£45.00 (837)
497 -£40 Cast iron sign “LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY BEWARE OF TRAINS”. Repainted face, ex lineside back. 29” x 15”. £80.00 (820)
498 -£70 MAKERS PLATE “MARSHALL SONS & CO. LTD ENGINEERS & BOILER MAKERS, GAINSBOROUGH, ENGLAND. BOILER NO. 93404 WORKING PRESSURE 150LBS/SQ IN.”. Probably from a stationary or portable engine. Repainted face. 14” x 9”. FOR SALE
499 -£70 North Eastern Railway 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP stamped “NER” to the reducing cone, also a brass label affixed to body “NER”. Complete with all glasses, original vessel stamped “NE DI”. BR & NE burner. Repainted. V.G.C.£70.00 (858)
500 - £50 London North Eastern Railway spun BRASS BOWL with a copper plate affixed “LNER CBY/M/C4/38” also copper label attached to underside “LNER”. 14” diameter, 3 ½” depth. V.G.C.£50.00 (629)

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