SEPT/OCT 2021 MAIN AUCTION CATALOGUE

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UPDATED @ 16.15pm - 12/10/2021
Current Bid (Bidder No)
1. - £100

SOUTHERN RAILWAY POCKET WATCH, engraved to the back cover “SR2014” very rubbed. Full working order.
2. - £70

LMS POCKET WATCH by ‘Limit’, back cover engraved “LMS 16834”. In full working order. Accompanied with chain.
3. - £150

GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY POCKET WATCH, face written “GWR 02617”, also engraved on the back cover “GWR 02617”. Full working order. Accompanied with chain.
4. - £150

SOUTH EASTERN & CHATHAM RAILWAY POCKET WATCH, engraved to the back cover “SE &CR 156”. Full working order. Accompanied with chain. £150 (795)
5. - £40

BR(E) POCKET WATCH by ‘Montine’. “BR (E) 1/315” engraved to the back cover. Full working order. Accompanied with chain and fob. £40 (721)
6. - £60

LNER POCKET WATCH by ‘Selex’ “LNER 3889” engraved to the back cover. Full working order. Accompanied with chain. £80 (782)
7. - £40

BR(M) POCKET WATCH by ‘Montine’ “BR(M) 959” engraved to the back cover. Full working order. Accompanied with chain.
8. - £50

LMS POCKET WATCH by ‘Montine’ “LMS 497” engraved to the back cover. Full working order. Accompanied with chain.
9. - £40

BR(W) POCKET WATCH by ‘Precista’, “BR(W) 6707” engraved to the back cover. Full working order. Accompanied with chain.£40 (854)
10. - £40

BR(S) POCKET WATCH by ‘Montine’, “BR(S) 9586” engraved to the back cover. Full working order. Accompanied with chain.
11. - £50

BR(SC) POCKET WATCH “BR(SC) 101” engraved to the back cover. Full working order.£50 (856)
12. - £50

BR(SC) POCKET WATCH by ‘PHENIX’, “BR (SC) 1560” engraved to the back cover. Full working order. Accompanied with chain.£50 (826)
13. - £50

BR-W STOP WATCH by ‘Nero Lemonia’, “BR-W5518” engraved to the back cover. Full working order.
14. - £60

POCKET WATCH, gold plated with Albert chain, case made by ‘Dennison and engraved “STAR DENNISON 1037199” to the inside of the dust cover. This was the type used for long service awards by the railway companies. Full working order. £60 (848)
15. - £400 GNR LNER SEAT BACK STATION NAME TABLET - cast iron “BIGGLESWADE”. ‘Biggleswade’ is located on the LNER East Coast Main Line in Bedfordshire, 41 miles from London Kings Cross. Opened by the GNR in 1850. 30” x 4 ¾” Restored condition.£400 (821)
16. - £30 Three bakelite SIGNAL REPEATERS. All in good condition. No damage.£70 (761)
17. - £200 SINGLE LINE TABLET TYERS NO.6. Brass & steel construction. Engraved “DUNSLAND CROSS /HOLSWORTHY 22”. This section is located on the LSWR Bude branch from Holsworthy in North Cornwall. V.G.C.£750 (750)
18. - £130 SHEDPLATE “64B” Edinburgh Haymarket, ex NBR depot with an allocation of 70 plus locos. Edinburgh’s premier shed supplying all the top link locos for the ECML and North, A4, A3, A1 Pacifics, D11s, D49s & J36s & of course the Deltics that followed. Repainted face & back. £220 (930)
19. - £90 SHEDPLATE “8A” Liverpool Edge Hill, ex L&NWR depot with an allocation of 120 locos during the 1950s, Princess Royal Pacifics, Jubilee, Royal Scots & Patriots, plus named Black 5s. Restored a long time ago.
20. - £120 SHEDPLATE “36E” Retford GC, ex GCR depot & GNR, two depots carrying the same code with allocations of 60 plus locos between them. Repainted face & back. £350 (938)
21. - £140 SHEDPLATE “72A” Exmouth Jnc, ex L&SWR depot with an allocation of 120 locos . Bulleid Pacifics resided here. Repainted face, ex loco back with triangle. £420 (704)
22. - £40
TICKET CABINET (untitled). Solid timber pine, we suspect. Will need a little TLC. Measures approx. 3ft x 4ft. Purchaser to organise transport from North Wales.
23. - £60 ORIGINAL TRANSFER ON BOARD ‘LMS’. In pristine condition. Would grace any railwayana room. Transfer 14” diameter.
24. - £70 WORKSPLATE “ANDREW BARCLAY SONS & CO. CALEDONIAN WORKS KILMARNOCK NO. 2280 1950”, as carried by 0-4-0 Saddle Tank. Supplied new to the N.C.B. Newcastle area, North East. Worked at numerous collieries in the area, eventually going for scrap in June 1973. Repainted cast aluminium. 9 ¾” x 7 ¼”. £120 (835)
25. - £80 TRACTION ENGINE NAMEPLATE “LORD DERBY” as carried by Burrell Traction Engine No. 3695, built 1915, reg: TB2740. Cast brass, as removed condition, 18” x 4”. £320 (750)
26. - £20 Talyllyn Railway original RAIL CHAIR & small section of correct track. This unique type of rail chair with its correct rail did away with the need for rail fish plates. Totally original, straight from the railway back in the late 1950s. Sound condition. £60 (797)
27. - £250 Enamel SIGNAL BOX NAMEBOARD “ADDLESTONE” BR(S) FF. Located on the Chertsey branch of the LSWR. Very good colour and shine. 72” x 12”.£400 (738)
28. - £100
ORIGINAL NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY TRACK PLAN of Carlisle Canal Junction dated 29/1/1899. On heavy linen. Totally original condition. 48” x 24”.
29. - £70 LARGE ENAMEL SIGN “RAILWAY EXPRESS AGENCY”, bevelled edges, some service chips etc, none affecting the legend believed to be from the USA. 72” x 12”. V.G.C.£70 (852)
30. - £80 SMALL LMS POSTER ON BOARD “ROYAL HIGHLANDER” approaches Aberdeen, by Norman Wilkinson R.I. Some wear, needs a gentle clean. 22” x 18”.
31. - £40 WAGON REGISTRATION PLATE “REGISTERED BY THE MIDLAND RY CO. TO CARRY 14 TONS 1923 85004”. Cast iron. 6 ½” diameter. £40 (852)
32. - £20 Large Aberdeen Shipping Line CERAMIC MEAT SERVING PLATE, circa 1900 with company flag emblem to the rim. Little crazed through age, no chips or cracks. 15” approx. Oval.£20 (856)
33. - £20 WAGON PLATE “CHIPMAN CHEMICAL CO. LTD THE GOODS YARD HORSHAM STATION (SR) SUSSEX NO. 29” Repainted face. Good condition.£40 (795)
34. - £15 WREXHAM & ELLESMERE RLY CO.RAIL CHAIR, only 12 miles in total length, opened in 1895 and run by the Cambrian Rly. Closed in 1960, although part was kept over for Cadbury Creamery traffic, this closed in 1981. Good condition. Very rare.
35. - £40 CARRIAGE PRINT “ETTRICK BAY BUTE”, from a watercolour by McFarlane, Scottish Region Series. Original frame, glazed. Good condition.£40 (852)
36. - £60 GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY BOX painted to the front “GER LOWERSTOFT TO YORK TOWELS”, ex-service condition, light gauge steel construction with hinged top. No key. 20” x 20” x 10” in depth. Very straight hinges. Sound condition. £60 (811)
37. - £30 SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAYS EPNS CRUET SET (salt, pepper & mustard). Nicely marked with the company crest. V.G.C.
38. - £30 PAIR OF GREAT EASTERN RLY BALLOON SPIRIT GLASSES, etched with the company loco. No chips or cracks. V.G.C.£190 (770)
39. - £300 POSTER – DR “TRAVEL SPEED LMS COMFORT MONTHLY RETURN TICKETS” circa 1930. Depicting a Fowler designed Royal Scot Class loco at the head of an Express at speed. A superb image created by Bryan De Grineau. Backed on linen.
40. - £400 HST SWALLOW EMBLEM, stainless steel. Ex loco condition. 34” wingspan.£460 (908)
41. - £25 GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY BRIDGE PLATE “GNR 6” double border. Cast iron. V.G.C.£60 (848)
42. - £25 Two IAN ALLAN ABC COMBINED VOLUMES 1965 & 1966. Unmarked mint condition. £45 (756)
43. - £20 WAGON PLATE “HURST, NELSON & CO. LTD MOTHERWELL BUILDERS” Fully restored. Good condition.£20 (852)
44. - £20 WAGON PLATE “R.Y. PICKERING & CO.LTD, WISHAW NEAR GLASGOW”, fully restored. Good condition.£20 (852)
45. - £15
Five WAGON PLATES. 3 x REPAIR & LMS 1947 with a cast iron star. Repainted. Good condition.£30 (852)
46. - £1350 GAUGE ONE LIVE STEAM MODEL OF STANIER CLASS 5 No. 44893. Superbly built model by Mr R. Marsh. Boiler certificate 15/5/2013. Good condition.
47. - £1650 GAUGE ONE LIVE STEAM MODEL OF GRESLEY V2. No. 4795. Superbly built model by Watkin-Snath. Boiler certificate 3/10/05. Good condition.
48. - £60 LMS 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, ex-service condition, complete with all 3 glasses (slatted), BR burner & unmarked vessel. Embossed “LMS” to the body, also brass over label “LMS B 33757” affixed to the body. Very good example of this type.£60 (789)
49. - £60 L&SWR 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, ex-service condition. Body stamped “L&SWR 2310”, reducing cone stamped “L&SWR”, also copper lozenge affixed “48”. Complete with all glasses, unmarked correct vessel & burner. Reflector absent.£60 (852)
50. - £40 LMS enamel SIGN “PRIVATE ROAD AND FOOTPATH”. Distressed condition.£40 (852)
51. - £60 BR(W) SINGLE LINE PERMISSIVE BLOCK INSTRUMENT. V.G.C.£110 (743)
52. - £40 “GREAT CENTRAL RAILWAY BEWARE OF TRAINS” cast iron sign. Repainted face & back. 27” x 14”. £80 (738)
53. - £40 “GREAT CENTRAL RY” cast iron TRESPASS SIGN Repainted face & back. 23” x 13”. £160 (806)
54. - £40 “GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY NOTICE” cast iron GATE NOTICE. Repainted face & back. 30” x 11”.£50 (807)
55. - £25 “SHUT & FASTEN GATE” cast iron LMS GATE NOTICE. Repainted face & back. 33 ½” x 3”. £35 (789)
56. - £50 Modern image STATION DIRECTION SIGN “LIVERPOOL TRAINS OVER BRIDGE”. Fair condition. 31” x 10”.£50 (807)
57. - £180 LOCOMOTIVE WHISTLE as carried by NCC (LMS) U2 Class 4-4-0 No.83 ‘Carra Castle’, built 1925 by North British Loco Co. Glasgow. These locos were used extensively on the boat trains. Total height 9” & 3” diameter bell. Polished and mounted. V.G.C. £550 (750)
58. - £200 LNER LEATHER CASH BAG with brass location plate affixed to the front “LNER HAVENHOUSE TO WAINFLEET”, strap absent, stitching sound. Havenhouse and Wainfleet are located on the old GNR branch to Skegness. Good condition.£380 (715)
59. - £80 BR (E) 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP . LNER pattern with saucer top. Brass-plated “BR (E) NEWARK”. Body embossed “BR(E)”. Superb condition, free turning. BR vessel, burner & reflector are present.
60. - £120 POSTER BR – DR “CAR TOURIST SERVICES TO DEVON & CORNWALL THE WESTERN WAY”. Very good condition. Backed on linen.
61. - £120 L&NWR FLETCHERS PATTERN DOUBLE LINE BLOCK INSTRUMENT. In ex signal box condition.£120 (852)
62. - £50 “L&NW & GW JOINT LINES cast iron” BRIDGE PLATE NO. “1”. In ex lineside condition.£110 (935)
63. - £50 WORKSPLATE LMS ground off “BUILT 1942 SR”, as carried by a Stanier 8F. Built for the Southern Railway. Repainted face, clean back. Cast brass.£90 (843)
64. - £50 WORKSPLATE “LMS REBUILT DERBY”. Repainted face, clean back. Cast brass. Good condition.£50 (724)
65. - £60 LB&SCR 4 ASPECT HANDLAMP, steel plated “SELHURST” to the body and to the reducing cone. Body stamped “LB&SCR 94” “1557 ST”, brass label stamped “S (E) R” affixed to the reducing cone. Unmarked original type vessel, burner stamped “SR”. Red aspect glass is absent, has crack to front lens. Ex-service condition.£260 (710)
66. - £40 SOUTHERN RAILWAY 4 ASPECT HANDLAMP, body stamped “S(E)R”, reducing cone stamped “SAR”. Original unmarked double skinned vessel, burner & reflector. All four aspect glasses are absent. Rusty interior, exterior cleaned in a fashion. Straight & solid.
67. - £150 BRITISH RAIL DOUBLE ARROW EMBLEM, small variety 18 ¾” x 12”. Cast aluminium, lightly polished. Ex loco back. £200 (746)
68. - £70 BR(M) FF ENAMEL DOORPLATE “PRIVATE”. Excellent colour & shine. No chips. 18” x 3 ½”. £160 (838)
69. - £70 DOORPLATE “PRIVATE” BR (SC) FF. Enamel. Mint condition. 18” x 3 ½”. £220 (820)
70. - £70 DOORPLATE “LADIES ROOM” BR(S) FF. Enamel. Super colour & shine, One small chip to top right hand fixing hole. 18” x 3 ½”.£300 (816)
71. - £80 DOORPLATE “STATION MASTER” BR(SC) FF. Enamel. Pristine condition. Double line. 18” x 7”. £480 (838)
72. - £40 Cast iron BOUNDARY MARKER from the Grand Junction Canal, bollard shape in form, this was rescued from a ditch beside the bottom lock at Foxton locks in Leicestershire. This canal ran from Braunston in Northampton to the River Thames at Brentford with a number of branches. Embossed “GJC CO”. Also comes with this lot is a mooring capstan, this was rescued from a rotten and half sunk barge at Cossington Lock on the River Soar. Very good condition, small loss to foot, does not detract , as when planted will not be seen. (See picture). 32” total height. £220 (797)
73. - £40 LNER (GNR pattern) cast iron DOORPLATE “PRIVATE”. Totally ex door condition. 13 ½” x 3 ½”. £60 (830)
74. - £150 “BR (E)” embossed LNER pattern LOCO HEADLAMP. In totally ex-service condition. Complete with correct vessel, burner assembly and red flip-over lens. Retrieved from Bolton loco shed in the mid 60’s. £150 (852)
75. - £75 NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY LETTER RACK (metal). With brass label “NER” affixed to back plate. In sound condition. Repainted. 18 ½” x 8” x 5” deep.
76. - £40 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “HANOMAG HANOVER-LINDEN 1921 F. NO. 9683”. Cast iron. Repainted face, painted back. Right hand fixing holes are absent. 8 ½” x 5 ½”. £80 (778)
77. - £60 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “HANOMAG 1922 F A B R, NR 9683”. Cast iron. Ex loco condition. 8 ½” x 5 ¼”. £80 (778)
78. - £20 German Rly DEPOT PLAQUE “BN MUNSTER”. Ex loco condition. 10” x 2 ¼”. £60 (778)
79. - £20 German Rly DEPOT PLAQUE “OLDENBURG – BWHbf”. Cast aluminium. Ex loco condition. 9” x 2 ¼”. £310 (778)
80. - £20 German Rly DEPOT PLAQUE “Bw Oldenburg-Bw-Hbf”. Cast aluminium. Ex loco condition. 9” x 2 ¼”.£310 (778)
81. - £50 TENDER PLATE “M NO. 9195 1934”, as carried by tender fitted to Stanier Class 5 No. 5101, becoming 45101 in 1948. Allocations included Accrington, Low Moor, Wakefield, Newton Heath. Repainted face, back in red lead. 8” x 6”. £60 (853)
82. - £50 TENDER PLATE “LMS NO. 3476 1927”, as carried by tender fitted to Hughes 2-6-0 Crab, LMS No. 13052 later 42752. Allocations included Carlisle Kingmoor and Carlisle Canal. Withdrawn in 1962. Repainted face, back in red lead. 8” x 6”£50 (738)
83. - £50 TENDER PLATE “LMS NO. 3302 1924”, as carried by tender fitted to Fowler Compound No. 1066 later 41066. Allocations included Trafford Park, Saltley, withdrawn in 1958. Repainted face, ex loco back. 8” x 6”. 70 (738)
84. - £50 TENDER PLATE “LMS NO. 9205 1934”, as carried by tender fitted to Stanier Class 5 No. 5117, later 45117. Allocations included St. Rollox, Polmadie, Inverness, Corkerhill, Hurlford. Always a Scottish loco during BR days. Repainted face, back in red lead. 8” x 6”. £60 (738)
85. - £50 TENDER PLATE “LMS NO. 9934 1942”, as carried by Tender fitted to Stanier Class 8F No. 8207, later 48207. Allocations included Nottingham, Crewe (S), Shrewsbury, Bletchley, Stoke. Withdrawn in 1966. Repainted face, back in red lead. 8” x 6”. £70 (738)
86. - £50 TENDER PLATE “LMS NO. 4409 1932”, as carried by tender fitted to Fowler Class 7F No. 9696 later 49646, known as ‘Austin Sevens’. Allocations included Wakefield, Farnley Jct. Withdrawn from Wakefield in 1949. Repainted face & back. 8” x 6”. £70 (738)
87. - £50 TENDER PLATE “LMS NO. 3758 1927”, as carried by Fowler Class 4F No. 4480, later 44480. Allocations included Nottingham. Repainted face, ex loco back. 8” x 6”.£80 (829)
88. - £50 LMS TENDER PLATE “LMS NO. 2108 1901”. Attached to John Deeley Class 3F No. 3213, later 43213. Allocations included Gloucester Barnwood, Sutton Oak, Buxton. Withdrawn in 1960. Embossed cast iron. Repainted face. £210 (714)
89. - £50 British Railways TENDER PLATE “BR 5 651 1944”. Attached to Riddles Austerity WD Class 8 No. 90650, allocations included Ashford, Huddersfield, Mirfield, Farnley, Royston, Normanton. Withdrawn in 1967. Embossed cast iron. Repainted face, ex tender back. £70 (738)
90. - £50 British Railways TENDER PLATE “BR 5 641 1944”. Attached to Riddles Austerity WD Class 8 No. 90640, allocations included Lostock Hall, Dawsholme, Polmadie, Ferry Hill, Thornton Jct. Withdrawn in 1966. Embossed cast iron. Repainted face & back.£60 (843)
91. - £50 British Railways TENDER PLATE “BR 5 80 1943”. Attached to Riddles Austerity WD Class 8 No. 90079, allocations included New England, March, Doncaster, Frodingham. Withdrawn in 1964. Embossed cast iron. Repainted face & back. £60 (843)
92. - £50 British Railways TENDER PLATE “BR 5 75 1950”. Attached to Riddles Austerity WD Class 8 No. 90074, allocations included Newport Teeside, Thornaby, Tyne Dock, Wakefield, Sunderland, West Hartlepool. Withdrawn in 1967. Embossed cast iron. Repainted face, ex tender back. £70 (843)
93. - £50 British Railways TENDER PLATE “BR 5 588 1943”. Attached to Riddles Austerity WD Class 8 No. 90587, allocations included Mexborough, Canklow, Langwith Jct. Withdrawn in 1965. Embossed cast iron. Repainted face, ex tender back. £70 (738)
94.- £40 Cast iron SIGN “LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY PUBLIC NOTICE” Ref: To Trespass. Ex lineside condition. 33” x 21”. £80 (730)
95. - £50 British Railways TENDER PLATE “BR 3 1503 1956”. Attached to Standard Class 2 No, 78058’, allocations included Chester North Gate, Llandudno, Bangor, Willesden, Shrewsbury. Withdrawn in 1966. Embossed cast iron. Repainted face & back. £70 (901)
96. - £50 British Railways TENDER PLATE “B R 2 No. 937 1952”. Attached to Standard Class 4 No. 76023, allocations included, Sunderland, Hartlepool, Kirkby, Lancaster, Sutton Oak, Aston, Stoke. Withdrawn in 1965. Embossed cast iron. Repainted face, ex tender back. £80 (901)
97. - £50 British Railways Standard TENDER PLATE “B R I B 1458 1957”. Attached to Standard Class 5 73170, allocations included York (N), Scarborough, Holbeck, Royston, Feltham, Eastleigh. Withdrawn in 1966. Embossed cast iron. Repainted face & back. £90 (901)
98. - £50 TENDER PLATE “WATER CAPACITY 3500 GALLONS”. Cast brass. Repainted face & back. 10 3/8” x 6”.£60 (724)
99. - £50 TENDER PLATE “WATER CAPACITY 2000 GALLONS”. Cast brass. Repainted face & back. 10 3/8” x 6”. £60 (724)
100. - £15000
LOCOMOTIVE NAMEPLATE “PRINCESS ALEXANDRA”, as carried by Princess Coronation Class 4-6-2 Pacific No. 6224. Designed by Stanier for the arduous West Coast Main Line, London, Glasgow route. The first five of the class were all built with streamline casing and single chimney. Finished in the striking colour scheme of blue with white speed stripes, especially for the brand new high speed express “THE CORONATION SCOT”, in direct competition with the LNER’s high speed train “THE CORONATION”. Only the first five, of which 6224 was number 5, were finished in the blue livery also having the nameplates chromium plated. These five locos were the cutting edge of the LMS, today they would say they had the WOW factor. Cast in brass and thinner than the un-streamlined member of this class, these plates were vulnerable to damage when being removed at overhaul. Our plate has such damage in the form of a crack that has been repaired in service. Also there is a little loss of chromium plating to the letter “X”. In service and over the years the chrome finish wore and early in preservation this plate had the chrome finish restored. The other side of this plate is safely in the N.R.M. with others of this first batch of streamliners. So this is a unique opportunity to own one of these really special nameplates. Comes with its worksplate and tender capacity plate also being chromed. 87” x 7 ¾”. £18,000 (765)
101. - £40 LMS TENDER WATER CAPACITY PLATE “WATER CAPACITY 3250 GALLONS”. Embossed cast brass. Void of paint. £40 (724)
102. - £40 LMS TENDER WATER CAPACITY PLATE “WATER CAPACITY 3500 GALLONS”. Embossed cast brass. Repainted face. £50 (827)
103. - £40 LMS TENDER WATER CAPACITY PLATE “WATER CAPACITY 1270 GALLONS”. Embossed cast brass. Void of paint. £60 (725)
104. - £40 LMS TENDER WATER CAPACITY PLATE “WATER CAPACITY 4000 GALLONS”. Embossed cast brass. Repainted face. £50 (843)
105.- £40 Cast iron SIGN “GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY NOTICE” Ref: Gate Notice. Repainted face & back. 29 ½” x 10 ½”. £50 (807)
106. - £40 Cast Iron SIGN “GREAT CENTRAL RY TRESPASSERS ON THIS PROPERTY WILL BE PROSECTUTED”. Repainted face. 21” x 12”. £80 (730)
107. - £40 Cast iron SIGN “LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY NOTICE” Ref: Owner Occupiers Gate Notice. Repainted face, ex lineside back. Retrieved from the Conway Valley line. 18” x 18”. £70 (807)
108. - £40 L&NWR 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, body stamped “CARNARVON COACHING A22022”, reducing cone stamped “LMS”. Complete with BR(M) vessel, green lens absent. Little rusty, shows evidence of a working life. Nice location£40 (852)
109. - £400 TOTEM – “POLMONT” (SC) HF. Located on the North British lines north of Glasgow, near Falkirk. Good overall colour, little loss of shine, usual edge nibbles & slight blemishes. £450 (855)
110. - £150 Southern Railway enamel sign “PORTERS 401 to 450”. Good colour & shine, has some restoration. 18” x 12”.£180 (852)
111. - £90 WORKSPLATE “LMS BUILT 1943 DERBY”, with an engraved date. Locos built that year were 23 Stanier Class 5s and 2 Stanier 4P Tanks. Cast brass. Repainted face, ex loco back. £90 (922)
112. - £90 WORKSPLATE “LMS BUILT 1930 CREWE”. Locos built that year were 75 Hughes Mogul (Crabs), 8 x Fowler 7F 0-8-0 Austin Stevens. Cast brass, repainted face. Clean back. £200 (820)
113. - £90 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “BUILT 1954 DERBY”. Locos built that year were 39 08 shunters, 15 Standard Class 5s, 5 Standard Class 4 Tanks. Cast iron. Repainted face & back. £95 (724)
114. - £90 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “LMS BUILT 1925 DERBY”. Locos built that year were 80 Fowler 3 Cyl Compounds, 40 Fowler 4Fs, 1 x Fowler 7F 2-8-0 S/D JR. Embossed cast brass. “PATTERN” cast in the back. ½” letters. Repainted face, clean back.£90 (738)
115. - £90 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “LMS BUILT 1931 DERBY”. Locos built that year were 39 Fowler 3P Tanks, 11 Fowler 2P 4-0-4s. Embossed cast brass with year engraved. Devoid of paint.
116. - £90 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “LMS REBUILT DERBY”. Removed from 43682 Johnson Class 3F built by Kitson in 1901. Allocations included Coalville, Gloucester Barnwood, Highbridge, Templecombe. Withdrawn in 1962. Embossed cast brass. Repainted face. £200 (809)
117.- £90 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “BUILT 1957 DERBY”. Locos built that year were 80 08 Shunters 10 Standard Class 5s, 2 D/3/3 0-6-0. Embossed cast iron, Repainted face & back. £90 (724)
118. - £90 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “BUILT 1958 DARLINGTON”. Locos built that year were 58 Class 10 Shunters, 8 08 Shunters. Embossed cast iron. Repainted face & back. £90 (724)
119. - £150 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “THE VULCAN FOUNDRY LIMITED, NEWTON-LE-WILLOWS, LANCASHIRE. NO. 5248 1946”, as carried by Austerity W.D. 2-8-0 originally 90519. Allocations included Colwick, Barnsley, Mexborough, Canklow, Staveley. Withdrawn in 1964. Devoid of paint. 9 ½” x 5 ¾”. Embossed cast brass. £400 (723)
120. - £150 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “THE VULCAN FOUNDRY LIMITED, NEWTON-LE-WILLOWS, LANCASHIRE NO. 4013 1927”, as carried by Fowler 3 Cyl Compound 40900. Allocations included Monument Lane, Chester, Llandudno Jct, Trafford Park, Nottingham, Bedford. Withdrawn from Nottingham in 1956. Embossed cast brass. Repainted face, clean back. 9” x 5 ¼”. £300 (935)
121. - £90 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “BUILT 1949 HORWICH”. Locos built that year were 27 Ivatt 4MTs, 3 Stanier 5MTs. Embossed cast iron, repainted face & back. £90 (724)
122. - £90 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “LMS BUILT 1943 HORWICH”. Locos built that year were 10 Stanier 8Fs. Embossed cast iron. Repainted face, clean back. £90 (724)
123. - £90 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “LMS BUILT 1945 HORWICH”. Locos built that year were 24 Stanier 8Fs, 4 Stanier Class 5s. Embossed cast iron. Repainted face, clean back. £120 (724)
124. - £90 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “LMS BUILT 1926 DERBY”. Locos built that year were 77 Fowler 4Fs. Embossed cast brass. Repainted face, clean back. £120 (827)
125. - £90 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “BUILT 1950 DERBY”. Locos built that year were 29 Fairburn 4P Tanks, 21 Class 11 Shunters (diesel). Embossed cast iron. Repainted face, clean back. £90 (724)
126. - £90 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “LMS BUILT 1927 CREWE”. Locos built that year were 64 Hughes Moguls (Crab), 13 Fowler 4Fs. Removed from ‘42761’. Allocations included Grimesthorpe, Spital Bridge, Burton, Saltley, Gorton. Withdrawn in 1964. Embossed cast brass. Repainted face, clean back. £130 (725)
127. - £90 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “BUILT 1958 HORWICH”. Locos built that year were 23 08 Shunters. Removed from ‘D3599’. Allocations included Old Oak Common, Landore, Willesden. Embossed cast brass. Repainted face and back. £90 (724)
128. - £90 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “BUILT 1953 DERBY”. Locos built that year were 20 Standard Class 5s, 12 08 Shunters (diesel). Removed from Riddles Standard Class 5 number ‘73035’. Allocations included Polmadie, Shrewsbury, Oxley, Patricroft. Embossed cast iron. Repainted face and back. £90 (724)
129. - £90 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “BUILT 1954 SWINDON”. Locos built that year were 20 Standard 3s, 15 Standard 3 Tanks, 8 Hawksworth 16 XX Pannier Tanks, 5 Standard 4s. Embossed cast iron. Repainted face & back. £130 (818)
130. - £150 LOCOMOTIVE WORKS NUMBERPLATE “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY 5959 1910”, as carried by J Robinson 8A 0-8-0, built at Gorton. Later rebuilt as an 0-8-0 Tank loco at Doncaster 1944. Classified as Class Q1. Only 13 locos in this class. Allocations included Langworth, Ardsley, Mexborough, Darnall, Doncaster, Frodingham. Withdrawn in 1958. Cast iron. Repainted face. Rare. 9” x 5”. £150 (738)
131. - £150 BRITISH RAIL DOUBLE ARROWS EMBLEM, as carried by Class 56 56114, in ex loco condition. 27 ½” x 17”. £220 (844)
132. - £150 BRITISH RAIL DOUBLE ARROWS EMBLEM, as carried by Class 56 56069, in ex loco condition. 27 ½” x 17”. £150 (789)
133. - £350 HST SWALLOW EMBLEM, manufactured in stainless steel. Wingspan 34”. Ex loco condition. £410 (846)
134. - £150 Cast aluminium ROAD SIGN “CROSSING NO GATES”. Completely restored, all glass beads present. Manufactured by “NEEDHAMS STOCKPORT”. Size 12” x 24”. £350 (830)
135. - £100 Large GWR LOCOMOTIVE WHISTLE, mounted on a wooden display stand V.G.C.£140 (852)
136. - £100 LMS LOCOMOTIVE HOOTER, mounted on a wooden display stand. V.G.C.£100 (852)
137. - £60 LOCOMOTIVE SMOKEBOX DOOR SELF-CLEANING PLATE, cast iron. Repainted face. V.G.C.£60 (852)
138. - £200 South African Railway LOCOMOTIVE CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAYS SUID AFRIKAANSE SPOORWEE 3067 15F”, as carried by Class 15F Mountain Class 4-8-2. Built by North British Loco Co. 1947. Embossed cast brass. Approx. 20 ½” x 14 ¼”. Repainted face only. £380 (762)
139. - £200 South African Railway LOCOMOTIVE CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAYS SUID AFRIKAANSE SPOORWEE 3678 24”, as carried by Class 24 Berkshire Type. Built by North British Loco Co. 1949-1950. Embossed cast brass. Approx. 20 ½” x 14 ¼”. Repainted face only, £200 (781)
140. - £20 N.U.R. Ceremonial Sash. In lovely condition with gold embroidered detail. Approx. 6ft x 6”. £20 (852)
141. - £100 SHEDPLATE ‘18A’ Toton, ex Midland Depot with an allocation of approx. 155 locos, including 23 of the LMS Garratts. This plate is an original LMS shedplate having the earlier fixing hole centres. Painted over old grime and rust
142 - £150 STATION WALL LANTERN, probably North Staffordshire Railway origin. Complete with oil lamp and glass chimney, reflector absent. Fair condition. 22” high x 13” wide x 11” deep.£230 (701)
143. - £110 NER/LNER wooden cased BLOCK BELL with front tapper and large brass mushroom shaped bell. Excellent condition. £110 (823)
144. - £150 STATION LANTERN, probably MS&L RY origin. Fine, sound lantern with oil lamp and glass funnel. 34” high x 12” wide at the top. £150 (749)
145. - £60 Tyer & Co Ltd SWITCHING OUT INSTRUMENT, beautiful wooden case with brass fittings. V.G.C. 17” high, 12” wide, 11” deep.£100 (746)
146. - £60 ‘L&NWR” stamped HORSE HAMES, chromium finish. Perhaps used during a parade or carnival. There must have been thousands of this draft horse tack when the horse was king. Sadly all gone, these are rare. V.G.C. £80 (905)
147. - £80 ENAMEL SIGN “PULLMAN CAR E” BR(S) FF. Good colour & shine, has two chips to lower left edge and little damage to lower right corner. 14” x 12”. £240 (732)
148. - £30 Steel SPEED RESTRICTION SIGN with direction arrow. “35”. 4ft in height. £60 (852)
149. - £150 Cheshire Lines Committee SIGNAL BOX LEVER BACKBOARD, manufactured in pitch pine, originally ebonised. 84” x 10” with demilune centrepiece. £170 (834)
150. - £110 ENAMEL SIGN “LUGGAGE LOCKERS”. Chips around the wall fixing flange. Also a repair to bottom edge, does not detract. Very good colour & shine. 32” x 8”. £200 (793)
151. - £40 Cast iron sign “BIRMINGHAM CANAL NAVIGATIONS NOTICE, THIS BRIDGE IS INSUFFICIENT TO CARRY WEIGHTS BEYOND THE ORDINARY TRAFFIC OF THE DISTRICT BY ORDER”. Lovely old ambiguous sign. Sound condition. 32” x 16”. £40 (746)
152. - £20 Cast iron sign “LIMIT OF LIFT RAIL LEVEL”. Sound condition. 15” x 15”. £40 (823)
153. - £40 Cast iron sign “MIDLAND RAILWAY” Ref. to Trespass June 1893, James Williams Secretary with 10 further lines of text. Rusty ex lineside condition.. 40” x 28”. 6 hole variety. £50 (781)
154. - £30 Cast iron large WAGON PLATE “LENNARD & CO (SHOREHAM-BY-SEA) LTD SHOREHAM-BY-SEA NO.7”. Small amount of loss to right hand top bead. Repainted face, ex service back. 22” x 8”. £30 (807)
155. - £30 Cast iron SIGN “GAS VALVE IN CASE OF FIRE TURN VALVE TO LEFT 2FT 0 INS”. Original condition.
156. - £30 Cast iron Great Northern Railway VIADUCT PLATE “GNR 6” casting “B19”. Repainted face, sound condition. £45 (766)
157. - £40 Cheshire Lines Committee cast iron BRIDGE PLATE “C L RY 10”. Repainted face. Sound condition. £160 (921)
158. - £30 London & North Western Railway cast iron BRIDGE PLATE “L&NWR CO. 41”. Repainted face, sound condition. £80 (923)
159. - £30 London, Midland & Scottish Railway cast iron BRIDGE PLATE “LMS 9”. Ex bridge condition. Sound. £50 (737)
160. - £30 London & North Eastern Railway cast iron BRIDGE PLATE “LNER 96” casting “B100”. Repainted, sound condition. £30 (766)
161. - £30 Great Northern Railway cast iron BRIDGE PLATE “GNR 16”. Repainted, sound condition. £30 (807)
162. - £10 Great Northern Railway cast iron MAINTENANCE SIGN” GNR MAINTENANCE ENDS”. Repainted, sound condition. 11 ½” x 7 ½”. £10 (743)
163. - £10 London & North Eastern Railway cast iron MAINTENANCE PLATE “LNER MAINTENANCE ENDS”. Repainted. Sound condition. 12” x 9”. £30 (808)
164. - £20 EPNS TUREEN – engraved to body “GREAT NORTH OF SCOTLAND RAILWAY COMPANY”. 13” x 7 ½”, stands 4 ½” high. £20 (788)
165. - £10 Southern Railway Electric units ROUTE DESCRIPTION BOARD. One handle absent, rusty but no rot. 13 ½” x 18” without handles. £10 (852)
166. - £20 London, Midland & Scottish Railway oval cast iron BRIDGE PLATE “LMS 281”. Repainted, sound condition. £30 (829)
167. - £80 Great Western Railway cast iron TENDER PLATE “G.W.R. 2139 3500 GALLONS SWINDON”. This tender was attached to a Collett Manor Class. Repainted face, ex tender back. 8” x 6”. £180 (908)
168. - £80 Great Western Railway cast iron TENDER PLATE “G.W.R. 2438 4000 GALLONS SWINDON”. This tender was attached to Castle Class 4076 ‘Carmarthen Castle’ on the 17th August 1929. Also other Castle Class locomotives followed including 4097, 5010, 4087, 5009, 4093, 5062, 4090, 4000, 5008. Repainted face, ex tender back. 8” x 6” approx. £200 (908)
169. - £60 British Railways TENDER PLATE Western Division “BR(W) 5-716 5000 GALLONS SWINDON”, as attached to Austerity W.D. 2-8-0 NO. 90715. Allocations included Gloucester Horton Road, Worcester, Shrewsbury, Willesden, Newton Heath. Withdrawn in 1964. Repainted face, ex tender back. 8” x 6”. £150 (756)
170. - £60 British Railways TENDER PLATE Western Division “BR(W) 5-313 5000 GALLONS SWINDON”, as attached to Austerity W.D. 2-8-3 NO. 90312. Allocations included St Philips Marsh, Swindon, Melton Constable, Oxford, Ebbw Jct, Cardiff Canton, Southall, Didcot, Llanelli, Gorton. Withdrawn in 1863. Repainted face, ex tender back. 8” x 6”. £110 (738)
171. - £50 LMS TENDER PLATE “LMS NO. 9551 1937”, as attached to Stanier Class 5 No, 45315. Allocation included Patricroft, Carlisle Upperby, Preston, Crewe. Withdrawn in 1963. Repainted face & back. 8” x 6”. £70 (926)
172. - £50 LOCOMOTIVE TENDER WATER SCOOP, cast iron plate “OUT SCOOP IN”. Repainted face. £50 (852)
173. - £50 British Railways Standard TENDER PLATE “B R I C 1009 1954”. Attached to Standard Class 5 “73070”, allocations include Chester, Willesden, Bletchley, Shrewsbury, Bolton. Withdrawn in 1967. Embossed cast iron. Repainted face. £90 (901)
174. - £50 LMS TENDER PLATE “LMS NO. 7018 1946”. Attached to Ivatt Class 2F No. 46418. Allocations included Newton Heath & Darlington. Withdrawn in 1967. Embossed cast iron. Repainted face, ex tender back. 8” x 6”. £70 (746)
175. - £60 CARRIAGE PRINT “THE ROAD TO SOUTHERN RAILWAY SUNSHINE”. Route map of the S.RY. Original type frame & glazed. Slight water damage to bottom edge.
176. - £150 BR (LNER) pattern LOCO HEAD LAMP, complete with all fittings, ex loco condition. £150 (784)
177. - £20 POSTER DR BR WESTERN – “WEST COUNTRY HOLIDAY TRAINS”. V.G.C.
178. - £20 POSTER DR “CONNEX” “STARLIGHT EXPRESS TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE”. Vibrant image. V.G.C. £20 (726)
179. - £20 POSTER DR BR “ROCKET 150” 1980. V.G.C.£20 (814)
180. - £20 POSTER DR BR(S) – QUEEN ELIZABETHS SILVER JUBILEE FIREWORK DISPLAY ON THE THAMES”. V.G.C.
181. - £20 POSTER DR BR – “AWAY DAY AUGUST 1976”. V.G.C.
182. - £20 POSTER DR – “BR INTERCITY” “ A GREAT DEAL”. V.G.C.
183. - £20 POSTER DR – “ONE DAY CAPITAL CARD NETWORK, SOUTH EAST AND LONDON TRANSPORT”. V.G.C.
184. - £20 POSTER DR – “INTERCITY” “INTERCITY EXECUTIVE TICKETS TO LONDON FROM THIS STATION”. Few edge nibbles & creases. Vibrant colours.
185. - £20 POSTER DR – “BRITISH RAIL WARNING NOTICE “SECONDS REALLY COUNT” V.G.C.
186. - £20 POSTER DR – “RED STAR PARCELS STATION ?”. V.G.C.
187. - £20 POSTER DR – “BR EUROPE” “TAKE INTER RAIL AND DISCOVER EUROPE”. V.G.C.
188. - £20 POSTER DR – “NETWORK SOUTH EAST” “GATWICK AIRPORT WHERE TRAINS MEET PLANES”. Slight damage & creasing to bottom panel. V.G.C.
189. - £20 POSTER DR - “BR SOUTHERN” “BARGAIN TRIPS” by Special Trains. V.G.C.
190.- £20 POSTER - “NETWORK SOUTH CENTRAL” “ ENJOY SPRING DAYS OUT”. Folds. Very good colour.
191. - £20 POSTER DR - “NETWORK SOUTHEAST” “LEEDS CASTLE”. V.G.C.
192. - £20 POSTER DR - “THIS IS THE ACE OF THE TRAIN” “ROYAL WEDDING 29TH JULY 1981”. V.G.C.
193. - £20 POSTER DR - “GOLDEN RAIL BREATHERS 1976” V.G.C.
194. - £20 POSTER DR - “GO INTERCITY TO LONDON” V.G.C.
195. -£20 POSTER DR BR - “SUPERBREAK MINI HOLIDAYS IN BRITAIN”. V.G.C.
196. - £20 POSTER DR - “LONDON TRANSPORT MILITARY BANDS”. V.G.C.£170 (755)
197. - £20 POSTER DR BR - “500,000 MILE TRAVEL SHARE-OUT W.H. SMITHS”. V.G.C.
198. - £20 POSTER DR BR - “ELECTRIFICATION EAST COAST MAIN LINE” V.G.C.£20 (849)
199. - £20 POSTER DR BR - “SENIOR CITIZEN RAILCARD” V.G.C.
200. - £2000 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “30864”, as carried by Maunsell ‘Lord Nelson’ Class named “SIR MARTIN FROBISHER”. Built at Eastleigh Works 1929. Allocations included Bournemouth, Dorchester, Eastleigh. Withdrawn in 1962. Restored condition. £2000 (940)
201. - £20 POSTER DR BR “SEE LONDON IN 1 HOUR”. V.G.C.
202. - £20 POSTER DR BR - “AWAY DAY KIDS GO FOR 40P”. V.G.C.
203. - £20 POSTER DR - INTERCITY “GOING TO HEATHROW OR LUTON AIRPORT GO BY JET LINK”. V.G.C. £20 (922)
204. - £20 POSTER DR - “ALL YOUR COINS FOR D DAY 15TH FEBRUARY 1971”. V.G.C.£20 (814)
205. - £20 POSTER DR - “INTERNATIONAL AIR SHOW 88 MIDDLE WALLOP”. V.G.C.£80 (751)
206. - £20 POSTER DR INTERCITY - “INTERNATIONAL AIR TATTOO 91” V.G.C. £20 (881)
207. - £20 POSTER DR BR - “SENIOR CITIZEN RAILCARD” V.G.C.
208. - £20 POSTER DR BR - “ROCKET 150”. V.G.C.
209. - E20 POSTER DR BR - “THE PLEASURE IS YOURS IN SOUTHERN IRELAND”. V.G.C.
210. - £10 POSTER – “BRITISH RAIL IS TRAVELLING”. Smaller than double royal size. V.G.C.£10 (722)
211. - £150 North Eastern Railway wooden cased SINGLE LINE PERMISSIVE BLOCK INSTRUMENT, with brass label affixed above window “UP LINE”. Very good ex box condition. £170 (823)
212. - £120 North Eastern Railway wooden cased SINGLE LINE NONE-PERMISSIVE BLOCK INSTRUMENT stamped to the foot “NER”. Complete with brass label affixed above window “DOWN LINE”. Very good ex box condition. £120 (823)
213. - £30 Presentation stainless steel TRAY & MINIATURE SHOVEL. The tray presented to Rosehaugh Stanhope PLC & Bovis. 7” x 5”. The shovel presented to Tarmac. 5” in length.
214. - £30 Three pieces of EPNS – Lot consists of serving plate, sundae dish and one pint tankard, all marked. “L&NER”. V.G.C.£35 (788)
215. - £50 POSTER DR – “BRITISH RAILWAYS” “THE CAMBRIAN COAST”. V.G.C. £50 (774)
216. - £50 POSTER DR – “BRITISH RAILWAYS” “SOUTH WALES, SEE BRITAIN IN COMFORT BY BRITISH RAILWAYS”. V.G.C.£50 (774)
217. - £200
SIGNAL BOX NAMEBOARD “ENTWISTLE STN”. A L&Y Ry gantry mounted box located at Entwistle station on the L&Y line from Bolton to Blackburn. This board we think is L&Y, but it could be LM&SR. 84” x 9”. £420 (749)
218. - £50 CARRIAGE PRINT – GWR photographic tinted. “TORQUAY FROM ROCK WALK”. Original frame. V.G.C.£50 (889)
219. - £50 CARRIAGE PRINT “THE LANGDALE VALLEY NEAR AMBLESIDE LAKE DISTRICT”, from watercolour by Greene, London Midland D Series. Original frame, glazed. V.G.C.£90 (937)
220. - £50 CARRIAGE PRINT “BURY ST EDMUNDS, SUFFOLK”, from a watercolour by Blake, LNER Post War Series. Original frame, glazed. V.G.C.£140 (770)
221. - £50 CARRIAGE PRINT “LONDON MARBLE ARCH” from a watercolour by Wilson , LNER Post War Series. Original frame, glazed. V.G.C. £50 (867)
222. - £50 CARRIAGE PRINT “CRAFNANT VALLEY CAERNARVONSHIRE”, from a watercolour by Knight, London Midland Region B Series. Original frame, glazed. V.G.C. £60 (768)
223. - £50 CARRIAGE PRINT “WEST WYCOMBE BUCKS” from a watercolour by Wright, LNER Post War Series. Original frame, glazed. Good Condition.£50 (889)
224. - £50 Original framed & glazed ‘FACTORIES ACT 1937, LOCOMOTIVES, ETC, REGULATIONS’, in its original “GWR” stamped oak frame. 21” x 26”.
225. - £150 LOCOMOTIVE WORKS NUMBERPLATE “LONDON/NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY COWLAIRS WORKS 1900 5327”, as carried by Holmes designed J36 originally numbered 775 by the North British Railway. Allocations included Bathgate, St Margarets, Dunfermline, Thornton Junction. Good condition.
226. - £40 Cast brass WATER CAPACITY PLATE “WATER CAPACITY 4000 GALLONS”. Ex loco. £50 (869)
227. - £50 LMS STATION HANDBELL stamped “LMS”, brass feral, polished wooden handle. Very good overall condition. £50 (725)
228. - £30 Two pieces of LNER silver plate , HOT WATER POT & JUG. Engraved “STAFFORD HOTEL”. Fair condition.£30 (788)
229. - £25 Two EPNS TANKARDS – 1 LMS HOTELS, plus an unmarked one. V.G.C.
230. - £50 Large Midland ‘Starburst’ WAGON PLATE “MIDLAND RLY CARRIAGE & WAGON CO. LTD 26649 OWNERS BIRMINGHAM”. The rarer of these patterns being 15 ¼” x 13 ½”. Repainted face, ex wagon back. Sound condition.
231. - £50 Cambrian Railway STATION LANTERN, unglazed and needs some TLC.£80 (891)
232. - £30 Brass cased PRESSURE GAUGE, face written “BR(STD)” “TRAIN PIPE” “RESERVOIR”. Duplex vacuum gauge, Budenberg, Broadheath, Manchester Superb condition. Dial diameter. 6”. £30 (746)
233. - £30 Brass-cased PRESSURE GAUGE, face written “SR Y 0-150. Salter Duplex Gauge Westinghouse Brake & Signal Company Ltd, London. No. 574821” Superb condition. Dial dia. 6”. £30 (854)
234. - £30 Brass cased PRESSURE GAUGE, face written “GWR Vacuum Gauge Train Pipe Reservoir 0-30”, by Duplex. Superb condition. Dial dia. 6”.£60 (867)
235. - £30 Brass cased PRESSURE GAUGE, face written “GWR 0-200 marked off at 165”. Flange stamped “59 GWR” Superb condition. £50 (867)
236. - £30 Brass cased PRESSURE GAUGE, face written “SR 0-100 Pounds Pressure Per sq in”. Superb condition. Dial dia. 4”. £30 (746)
237. - £30 Brass cased PRESSURE GAUGE, face written BR(STD) 4 Vacuum 0-30”. Dial diameter 6”. Superb condition.£30 (746)
238. - £30 Brass cased PRESSURE GAUGE, face written “GWR Vacuum Brake 0-30 Inches of Mercury”. Flange stamped “22-5-96 GWR”. Dial diameter 6”. Superb condition. £50 (907)
239. - £30 Brass cased PRESSURE GAUGE, face written “BR(E) Vacuum IN.HG Chas Lines & Co Ltd, Bristol 5 Trade Mark Chalinco 0-30”. Superb condition. Dial diameter 6”. £30 (746)
240. - £30 Brass cased PRESSURE GAUGE, face written “BR(M) Pressure lb per sq in Hoopro 0-100”. Flange stamped “BR (M)”. Superb condition. Dial diameter 4”. £30 (746)
241. - £30 Brass cased PRESSURE GAUGE, face written “BR(E) Pressure lb per sq in. Made in England 0-150”. Hand written “69818/20” to bottom edge of dial. Superb condition. Dial diameter 4”. £60 (828)
242. - £30 Brass cased PRESSURE GAUGE, face written “BR(M) Pressure lb per sq in. 0-10”. Superb condition. Dial diameter 4”.
243. - £30 Brass cased PRESSURE GAUGE, face written “LMS lbs per sq in. Feet head of water G254857 Budenburg Gauge Co. Ltd, Broadheath, Nr Manchester. 0-200”. Very good condition, service knocks. Dial diameter 4”. £30 (740)
244. - £50 Two brass cased PRESSURE GAUGES, mounted on display board. First gauge, face written “BR(STD) 0-30 Vacuum”, reputably off 70023 “Venus”. Second gauge, face written “BR (STD) 0-30 by Budenburg, Manchester”, reputably off 70012 “John of Gaunt”. Both in superb condition. Dial dia. 6”. £120 (741)
245. - £600 TOTEM – “BOLLINGTON” BR(M) FF. Located on the NSR/GCR line from Macclesfield to Manchester situated between Poynton & Macclesfield. Excellent colour & shine. One tiny chip located above the letter “L”, could very easily be touched in and does not detract. Good condition. £1400 (905)
246. - £120 LOCOMOTIVE CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAYS SUID-AFRIKAANSE SPOORWEE 34-455 34”, as carried by diesel electric 34-400 Class. Built by GE – Dorman Long Loco Group 1973-1974. Embossed cast aluminium. Ex loco condition. £140 (865)
247. - £500 GWR CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “1625”, as carried by Hawksworth 16XX Class, Pannier Tank. Built Swindon 1950, allocations included Gloucester Horton Rd and Hereford. Withdrawn in 1960. Cast brass, restored condition.£500 (769)
248. - £20 Two ABC COMBINED VOLUMES – 1975 & 1982. Very good clean condition. No markings. £30 (943)
249. - £25 Four ABC REGIONAL SPOTTERS BOOK -1960’s. Unmarked, covers are a little rubbed. Good condition. £25 ((774)
250. -£480 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “52207”, as carried by J. Aspinall Class 11 0-6-0. Built at the LYR at Horwich Loco Works in 1893. Allocations included Newton Heath, Bury, Crewe Works, Crewe South, Lees. Withdrawn in 1961. Restored condition. £600 (831)
251. - £20 Three ABC REGIONAL SPOTTER BOOKS – BR (ER) 1955/56, BR (MR) 1962/63, BR(WR) 1962/63. Good clean condition. No markings, covers are a little rubbed. £20 (774)
252. - £20 Four ABC LOCO SHED BOOKS – 1959, 1960/61, 1960, 1972. Clean unmarked covers, little rubbed. £30 (763)
253. - £20 Six ABC BOOKLETS – 1961, 1962/63, 1963, 1972, 1976, 1980. Clean unmarked condition.£20 (776)
254. - £20 Ten ABC BOOKLETS - DMU & EMU etc. Clean unmarked covers, little rubbed.
255. - £40 North Eastern Railway BOUNDARY POST. Cast iron, complete with foot. Repainted, has been corroded. Poor condition. 44” in height. £60 (740)
256. - £40 BOUNDARY POST “LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RY CO.”. Cast iron. Repainted. 36” in height. £70 (780)
257. - £80 Pair of brass WATER GAUGE PROTECTORS. Complete with hinged diagonal enamelled doors. Removed from a Stanier Class 5 loco. V.G.C. £80 (856)
258. - £120 Stanier Class 5 REGULATOR HANDLE, fully restored. V.G.C.
259. - £60 Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway SIGNAL FINIAL (part of). In original service condition. Cast iron . 25” high. £60 (784)
260. - £120 North British Railway SIGNAL POST FINIAL. In original ex service condition. Cast iron. 28” in height. £250 (746)
261. - £40 Agricultural cast iron REAPER BINDER SEAT, manufactured by Ransomes of Ipswich. Probably pre-war. Sound condition, void of paint. £80 (760)
262. - £100 LNER LANTERN VESSEL with brass label affixed “LNER ALGARKIRK”. Complete with its original burner and a glass funnel, lightly polished. Algarkirk is located on the GNR main line from Warrington Jct to Boston. Lovely little lamp. Stands 12” high. £370 (715)
263. - £20 LNWR acetylene HANDLAMP. Restored condition. Shows signs of a working life. V.G.C.£50 (834)
264. - £20 CARRIAGE PRINT “TRAVEL IN 1910 CONISTON STEAM MOTOR TRAIN, FURNESS RAILWAY”, from a watercolour by Hamilton Ellis, LMR Travel in Series. Original type frame, glazed. V.G.C.£70 (793)
265. - £25 CARRIAGE PRINT “FURNESS RAILWAY STEAMER ‘GONDOLA’ ON LAKE CONISTON”, from a watercolour by Hamilton Ellis, LMR Travel in Series. In its original frame, glazed. V.G.C.£80 (937)
266. - £25 CARRIAGE PRINT “LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY HOLYHEAD – DUN LAOGHAIRE (KINGSTOWN) Paddle Steamer “CAMBRIA”, from a watercolour by Hamilton Ellis, LMR Travel in Series. V.G.C.£25 (852)
267. - £28 CARRIAGE PRINT “EAST LINTON EAST LOTHIAN SCOTLAND”, from a watercolour by Aitken, LNER Post War Series. Original frame & glazed. £50 (871)
268. - £28 CARRIAGE PRINT “CROMFORD DERBYSHIRE”, from a watercolour by Jack Merriot, London Midland Region (A) Series. Original frame & glazed. V.G.C.£40 (889)
269. - £28 CARRIAGE PRINT “NASH MILLS BRIDGE HERTFORDSHIRE” from a watercolour by Claude Buckle, LMR Architecture Series. Framed & glazed. V.G.C.
270. - £28 CARRIAGE PRINT “TOWN BRIDGE STAMFORD LINCS”, from a watercolour by John Bee, LNER Post War Series. Original frame, glazed. V.G.C .£50 (833)
271. - £120 ENAMEL SIGN “BEWARE OF THE TRAINS ATTENTION AUX TRAINS”. Has some restoration. 23” x 10”. £120 (852)
272. - £300 O’GAUGE MODEL – GWR Castle Class No. 5069 “ISAMBARD KINGDOM BRUNEL”. Hand built by Bob Tatman. A well respected builder. Full working order, ready to run. V.G.C.
273. - £300 O’GAUGE MODEL – Gresley A3 Pacific 60036 ‘Colombo’. Hand built by Bob Tatman. A well respected builder. Full working order, ready to run. V.G.C.£360 (870)
274. - £250 O’GAUGE MODEL – GWR Rail Bus ‘No. 27’. Hand built by Bob Tatman. A well respected builder. Full working order, ready to run. V.G.C.£250 (755)
275. - £200 O’GAUGE MODEL – British Railways Rail Car ‘M55002”. Hand built by Bob Tatman. A well respected builder. Full working order, ready to run. V.G.C.
276. - £350 O’GAUGE MODEL – GWR Pacific “111 THE GREAT BEAR”. Hand built by Bob Tatman. A well respected builder. Full working order, ready to run. V.G.C.
277. - £300 O’GAUGE MODEL – GWR Class 4300 No. ‘7309’. Hand built by Bob Tatman, a well respected builder. Full working order, ready to run. V.G.C.
278. - £300 O’ GAUGE MODEL – GWR Bulldog Class 3341 ‘Blasius’. Hand built by Bob Tatman, a well respected builder. Full working order, ready to run. V.G.C.£300 (890)
279. - £300 O’ GAUGE MODEL – GWR 0-4-2 Tank 1400 Class No ‘1401’. Hand built by Bob Tatman, a well respected builder. Full working order, ready to run. V.G.C.£350 (755)
280. - £150 O’GAUGE MODEL – GWR 0-4-2 Tank 1400 Class by Dapol. Brand new in box, unused with all papers.
281. - £250 O’ GAUGE MODEL – L&NWR 0-8-2 Tank No. ‘47877’. Hand built by Bob Tatman, a well respected builder. Full working order, ready to run. V.G.C.£380 (869)
282. - £50 O’GAUGE MODEL – GWR Brake First. New, still in its original box. £100 (941)
283. - £50 O’GAUGE MODEL – GWR Brake Third. New, in its original box.£100 (941)
284. - £60






7 x O’GAUGE WAGONS. All in very good order, plus bits of tender etc. £90 (900)
285. - £60 L&NWR steel ELECTRICAL BELL, probably a wall mounted annunciator. Stamped “LNWRY ELECTRICAL & SIGNAL DEPT CREWE”. An unusual pattern. Good condition. £60 (821)
286. - £200 5” gauge scratch built LIVE STEAM LOCO MODEL, part built. 0-6-0 Tank named “TICH”. 75% part built. 36” in length. £380 (937)
287. - £250 Oldham, Ashton & Guide Bridge Railway BOUNDARY STONE, flat gritstone block engraved “OAGBR BS”. This railway was opened in 1861 and was leased to the NS&CR and the L&NWR jointly. £250 (769)
288. - £100 L&Y RY STATION WALL LANTERN, retrieved from Oldham Mumps Station. Complete but needs some TLC and glazing. £140 (834)
289. - £20 LIQUEUR GLASS “ORIENT STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY”. Perfect condition with tear drop detail to the base of the bowl. No chips or cracks. 4 3/8”
290. - £20 GER LIQUEUR GLASS, acid etched “GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY’S HOTELS”. Perfect condition, no chips or cracks. 4” high. £110 (811)
291. - £20 GWR LIQUEUR GLASS, acid etched with GWR crest written “GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY HOTELS”. Perfect condition, no chips or cracks. 4” high. £20 (736)
292. - £20 GWR LIQUEUR GLASS, acid etched with the post grouping cypher written “GWR HOTELS”. Perfect condition. Very tiny imperfection to the rim, could be the tiniest of chips, does not detract. 4” high. £20 (736)
293. - £20 LMS LIQUEUR GLASS, acid etched “LMS HOTELS” within a vertical oblong. Perfect condition, no chips or cracks. Approx. 4 ½”.
294. - £20 GWR LIQUEUR GLASS, acid etched “GWR HOTELS” in pre grouping text. Perfect condition, no chips or cracks. Approx. 3 ½” high. £140 (736)
295. - £20 LNER LIQUEUR GLASS, engraved “LNER” in script. Perfect condition, no chips or cracks. 4” high. £20 (870)
296. - £20 L&Y RY LIQUEUR GLASS, acid etched with the company cypher. Fluted body, perfect condition, no chips or cracks. 4 ½” high. £55 (886)
297. - £20 L&Y RY LIQUEUR GLASS, acid etched with the company cypher. Superb trumpet shaped pedestal style. Perfect condition, no chips or cracks. 4 ½” high. £60 (739)
298. - £20 SOUTHERN RAILWAY LIQUEUR GLASS, acid etched with company house flag written “SOUTHERN RY”. Perfect condition, no chips or cracks. 4 ½” high.
299. - £20 L&NWR LIQUEUR GLASS, acid etched with company cypher written “LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RY EUSTON HOTEL”. Fluted body. Perfect condition, no chips or cracks. 4” high. £70 (739)
300. - £50 CARRIAGE PRINT PHOTO – monochrome “LAIRG”. Original frame & glazed. V.G.C.£70 (798)
301. - £20 LMS LIQUEUR GLASS, acid etched “LMS HOTELS”. Perfect condition. No chips or cracks. Tapered bowl. 4 ½” high.
302. - £90 BR HOME SIGNAL ARM, complete with glasses, blind and spigot. V.G.C.£90 (780)
303. - £350 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “67621”, as carried by Gresley V1/V3 2-6-2 Tank locomotives. Built at Doncaster in 1931, rebuilt to V3 Doncaster in 1959. Allocations include Parkhead, withdrawn in 1962. “L I K107. HI 6’6” DOOR V1 V2 6’6” RAD” cast in the back, obviously pattern records. Repainted face & back. Not a common plate by any means.
304. - £40 “LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY BEWARE OF THE TRAINS” cast iron notice. Totally ex lineside condition. 28” x 15”. Sound condition. £115 (827)
305. - £40 Cheshire Line Committee cast iron BRIDGE PLATE “C.L.R.Y. 300”. Sound condition. Repainted face. £170 (921)
306. - £40 “LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY BEWARE OF THE TRAINS” cast iron notice. Totally ex lineside condition. 28” x 15”. Sound condition. £80 (834)
307. - £100 LMS embossed STATION WALL LANTERN with copper chimney. Complete with LMS marked vessel & glass funnel.£160 (749)
308. - £70
“STD REQUEST BUS STOP” FLAG. Double sided. Type of heavy duty plastic construction. 17” x 12”. £80 (847)
309. - £80
“N.C.P.T.D. TRAM REQUEST STOP”. Double sided enamel with service chips. 12” x 15”. £80 (852)
310. - £150 Great Central Railway BOUNDARY POST embossed “GCR”, complete with foot. This is the rarer pattern of the three forms of this post, which are basically MS&L pattern. Cast iron. 11” x 31 ½”. Sound condition.
311. - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “T.S.S. DUKE OF LANCASTER BRITISH RAILWAYS HEYSHAM-BELFAST SERVICE”, from a watercolour by Claude Buckle. London Midland (D) Series. Framed & glazed. V.G.C.£50 (892)
312. - £30 CARRIAGE PRINT “THE LANGDALE VALLEY NEAR AMBLESIDE LAKE DISTRICT, GO BY TRAIN TO WINDERMERE”, from a watercolour by Greene. London Midland (D) Series. Original frame, glazed. V.G.C.£80 (759)
313. - £40 CARRIAGE PRINT “RAVENGLASS, CUMBERLAND”, from a watercolour by Cobb. London Midland Region (B) Series. Original type frame, glazed. V.G.C.£50 (892)
314. - £40 CARRIAGE PRINT “ARNSIDE, WESTMORLAND”, from a watercolour by Cobb. London Midland Region (B) Series. Original type frame, glazed. V.G.C.£50 (892)
315. - £40 L&NWR BRIDGE PLATE “L&NWR CO. 5”. Embossed oval cast iron. Repainted face, ex bridge back. 17 ½” x 12”. £50 (757)
316. - £40 An original Furness Railway wooden CARRIAGE PANEL, adorned by an original company transfer armorial. Very rare item . 11 ½” x 11 ½”. £40 (766)
317. - £25 An original Cambrian Railways wooden CARRIAGE PANEL adorned by an original company armorial. The insignia of the Prince of Wales, the Prince of Wales feathers. In superb condition. Vibrant colours. 18” x 15”. £80 (809)
318. - £25 An original L&NWR wooden CARRIAGE PANEL adorned by an original company armorial. V.G.C. 16” x 15”. £25 (852)
319. - £25 An original Midland Railway wooden CARRIAGE PANEL adorned by an original company armorial. V.G.C. 18” x 18”. £40 (834)
320. - £100 SHEDPLATE “88B” Cardiff East Dock 1948-1961. Ex GWR depot with an allocation of approx. 60 locos. Code transferred to Radyr in 1961 with an allocation of approx. 50 locos until closure. Repainted face, clean back. £220 (930)
321. - £40 Cast aluminium GRILL with the logo “SOUTHERN” cast into the design. 13” x 8” at widest. £295 (915)
322. - £50 ENAMEL SIGN “SOUTHERN RAILWAY SMOKING STRICTLY PROHIBITED”. Very good colour & shine. 16” x 12”. £120 (761)
323. - £120 ENAMEL SIGN “TELEGRAPH OFFICE” with a pointing hand device pointing to the right. Black on white. 32” x 7” including wooden frame. Enamel produced by “Chromo” Wolverhampton. V.G.C.£120 (743)
324. - £90 Large North Staffordshire Railway HANDBELL. Fruit wood handle stamped “NSR”. Very good ring & condition. 12 ½” tall, 7” diameter bell mouth. £90 (785)
325. - £1000 TOTEM – “KIRBY MUXLOE” BR(M) FF. Opened in 1848 by the Midland Railway Company. Located on the Midland Line between Leicester and Desford, closed in 1964. Very rare totem. Totem Guide only shows it out four times, a long time ago. Good colour & shine. One small chip to bottom bead. £1000 (933)
326. - £200 BR enamel STATION FASCIA BOARD “HALE STATION” with totem cartouche “BRITISH RAILWAYS”. Hale Station is located on the CLC line from Manchester to Chester, situated between Altrincham and Ashley. Very good colour & shine. A few service chips. 88” x 28”. £600 (910)
327. - £60 Modern image STATION RUNNING IN BOARD “LOSTOCK GARLAM”. As you can see this should read ‘Lostock Gralam’. Located on the CLC line from Manchester to Chester, situated between Plumbley and Northwich. NOTE: The damage caused to this sign was due to the local passengers tearing it down after repeatedly informing the rail company of their mistake. No action was forthcoming so they tore it down and threw it in the hedgerow. Wonders will never cease, a new sign appeared correctly spelt. 80” x 12”.
328. - £70 Enamel sign “LIVERPOOL CORPORATION WATERWORKS” “THIS WILL BE DRINKING WATER FOR THE CITY OF LIVERPOOL AND MANY OTHER WATER SUPPLY AUTHORITIES . NO BATHING, TRESPASSERS AND ANY ONE FOUND POLLUTING THE WATER WILL BE PROSECUTED 1962”. 20” x 18”. £70 (852)
329. - £40 Cast iron sign “BRITISH TRANSPORT COMMISSION NOTICE” GATE NOTICE. Ex line side condition. 29” x 10 ½”. £60 (730)
330. - £40 Cast iron sign “BRITISH TRANSPORT COMMISSION NOTICE”. Reference to trespass with nine further lines of text. Ex lineside condition. 20” x 20”. £60 (730)
331. - £150 British Rail cast aluminium DOUBLE ARROW LOGO, as carried by Class 47. This cast aluminium logo is off 47777 “Restored” and comes with a verification certificate. Good condition. 27 ½” x 17”. £150 (801)
332. - £450 GWR CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “1618”, as carried by Hawksworth 16XX 0-6-0 Pannier Tank, built at Swindon Works in 1949. Allocations included Llanelli, Landore, Wrexham, Rhosddu, Croes Newydd. Withdrawn in 1962. Cast brass. Lovely original condition. £470 (769)
333. - £100 SHEDPLATE “82A” Bristol Bath Road. Aluminium construction with four fixing holes. For use on the many diesel locos this shed had after 1960. Ex loco condition. £120 (943)
334. - £40 Cast iron sign Cambrian Railways untitled GATE NOTICE. In total ex lineside condition. Sound with 6 fixing holes. 16 ½” x 8 ¼”. £50 (725)
335. - £80 BR calling on SIGNAL ARM, complete with glasses. Has a couple of chips but good colour & shine. Enamel. 38” in total length. £80 (780)
336. - £120 ENAMEL SIGN “TRAINS TO LONDON “ BR(S) FF, with a left facing arrow beneath. A few tiny rust spots and edge nibbles. Very good colour & shine. 36” x 24”. £320 (708)
337. - £80 East African Railways LOCO CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “9008”, as carried by an English Electric Class 90 I-C0-CO-I mainline diesel loco introduced in 1960. Embossed cast brass. Repainted face, clean back. 23” x 9 “.£180 (768)
338. - £80 East African Railways LOCO CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “3603”, as carried by Brush built 0-6-0 diesel shunter. Embossed cast brass, repainted face, clean back. 23” x 9”. £80 (738)
339. - £200 LOCOMOTIVE NAMEPLATE “RENDILLE”, as carried by a Vulcan built Class 31 2-8-4 steam loco No. 3140 for the East African Railway 1955. Embossed cast brass, repainted face, clean back. 27 ½” x 6 ¾”. V.G.C.£320 (768)
340. - £250 South African Railways LOCOMOTIVE CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE, as carried by No. “3027” Class 15F 4-8-2, built by North British in 1944. Allocated to Petersburg depot in the 1970s. Totally ex loco condition. 20 5/8” x 14 3/8”. Good condition.£250 (936)
341. - £200 Manchester Ship Canal Rly LOCOMOTIVE CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “79”, as carried by Hudswell Clarke No. 1590, built 1927 0-6-0 Tank. Withdrawn and scrapped in 1967. Cast brass, repainted face. 15 ¾” x 9 ½”. Good condition. £310 (824)
342 - £50 LOCOMOTIVE CABSIDE NUMBERPLATE “NO.10”. Loco unknown to us Its has obviously been carried considering from the wear around the fixing holes. Embossed cast brass. 15 ¾” x 5 ¼”. Extended top lip coinciding with fitting to boiler barrel, hollow back. (Any information will be gratefully received, just email or call). £70 (776)
343. - £20 POSTER DR “NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY” TIMETABLE “Leeds, Harrogate, Bradford, Ilkley 1906”. Photographed in protective sleeve, not stuck down. V.G.C for age. £50 (883)
344. - £25 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway GUARD’S BONE WHISTLE engraved “L.Y.R.” Complete with loop. V.G.C.£30 (852)
345. - £25 London & North Western Railway GUARD’S BONE WHISTLE engraved “L&NWR”. Complete with loop. V.G.C.£30 (852)
346. - £25 North Eastern Railway GUARD’S BONE WHISTLE engraved “NER”. Complete with loop. V.G.C.£25 (852)
347. - £100
Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway POCKET WATCH, face written “9075815”, back cover engraved “L&Y”. Shows signs of a long working life. Fully working. £150 (834)
348. - £120 L&NWR Fletchers pattern DOUBLE LINE BLOCK INSTRUMENT. Traffolite plate affixed “WIDNES NO.2”. V.G.C.£120 (852)
349. - £40 BR(W) LONG REACH OILER, for use on inside motion and hard to reach areas. Approx. 18” long. V.G.C.
350. - £200 Enamel sign “AMBULANCE STATION NO. 33” BR(NE) FF. Case outline in black letters. Usual edge nibbles touched in . 24” x 14”.£550 (826)
351. - £40 LMS CARRIAGE COPPER FOOT-WARMER with brass plate engraved “LMS” affixed. Complete with brass screw-in bung. Approx. 12” x 9”. V.G.C.£60 (873)
352. - £20 “LNER” engraved EPNS SUGAR SIFTER (light house form). In good ex service condition. £40 (788)
353. - £50 CLASS 08 ORGAN PIPE AIR WHISTLE, mounted on a display stand with brass label affixed. Removed from ‘08879’ named “SHEFFIELD CHILDRENS HOSPITAL”. Good condition . £70 (835)
354. - £60 SHEDPLATE “26F” Lees 1948-1955, ex LNWR depot with an allocation of approx. 22 locos. Code transferred to Belle Vue in 1955-1956 with an allocation of 31 locos. Latterly to Patricroft with an allocation of 50 plus locos. This plate has had alteration work done in service.
355. - £100 SHEDPLATE “26B” Agecroft 1948-1963, ex L& Y RY depot with an allocation of approx. 50 plus locos. Repainted. Good condition. £160 (930)
356. - £80 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “BUILT 1935 CREWE”. Embossed cast brass with company initials. Removed by BR. Locos built that year are 27 Jubilees, 25 Class 5 MT, 12 Class 8F, 11 Princess Royals. Repainted. V.G.C.£80 (851)
357. - £20 Two D WAGON PLATES – Embossed cast iron . One repainted, both in good order. £50 (728)
358. - £20 Two CARRIAGE PLATES - Embossed cast iron. £20 (852)
359. - £15 WAGON PLATE “STANDARD RAILWAY WAGON CO.LTD REDDISH & HEYWOOD BUILDER”. Mr Bell the owner of this Company resided in Barlow Fold, Poynton, Cheshire, a 19th Century hall. Good condition. £15 (789)
360.- £100 ORIGINAL ROAD SIGN “ROUND-ABOUT”. Cast aluminium with glass beads. Restored condition. 12” x 24”.£140 (900)
361. - £200 Enamel sign “PASSENGERS MUST CROSS THE LINE BY THE BRIDGE” BR(M) FF. Good colour & shine, edge nibbles and chip to top right hand corner. V.G.C. 24” x 18”. £200 (738)
362. - £120 LMS enamel sign – flangeless. “LONDON MIDLAND & SCOTTISH RAILWAY COMPANY WARNING” ref. to trespass. Good colour & shine, edge chips and fixing hole chips. 22” x 18”. Overall. V.G.C.£120 (852)
363. - £80 SHEDPLATE “40B” Imminhgam 1948-1973. Ex GCR depot with an allocation of 120 locos plus. Repainted face & back.
364. - £30 Enamel sign “COUNTY LIBRARY”. In need of a little TLC. 13” x 18”. £30 (852)
365. - £30 Enamel sign “BRITISH RAILWAYS DANGER DON’T TOUCH CONDUCTOR RAILS” Flangeless. Usual edge nibbles. Good colour & shine. 20” x 12”. £140 (816)
366. - £150 Enamel PLATFORM CARRIAGE STOP BOARD “3,4,6,8,9,” BR(E) FF. Super condition. Super colour & shine, usual edge nibbles. 18” x 36”. £150 (852)
367. - £150 Enamel PLATFORM CARRIAGE STOP BOARD “4,6,8,9” BR(E) FF. Super condition. Super colour & shine, usual edge nibbles. 18” x 24”. £200 (755)
368. - £20 WAGON PLATE “SR 376 ASHFORD”. Cast iron. 13 ½” x 7 ½”. Repainted. £50 (819)
369. - £20 WAGON PLATE “SR 56079 LANCING”. Cast iron. 13 ½”x 7 ½”. Repainted.£40 (829)
370. - £20 WAGON PLATE “G.S.W.R. 946 INCHICORE WORKS”. Cast iron. 11 ½” x 7”. Repainted.£50 (878)
371. - £20 WAGON PLATE “L&SWR CO. 12424 EASTLEIGH WORKS”. Cast iron. 13 ½” x 7 ½”. Repainted. £60 (867)
372. - £40 L&YR WAGON REG PLATE “REGISTERED BY THE L&Y RY CO 1894 TO CARRY 10 TONS 5951”. Cast brass, devoid of paint. 7 ¾” diameter, 10” across lugs. £160 (887)
373. - £20 WAGON PLATE “CAMBRIAN WAGON WORKS LTD, BUILDERS CARDIFF”. Repainted. 10 ½” x 6 ½”. £20 (907)
374. - £20 WAGON PLATE D TYPE “LNER 21 TONS 1947 DARLINGTON 302647”. Repainted. 11” x 6 ½”. £20 (740)
375. - £20 WAGON PLATE “BUILDERS POWELL DUFFRYN ENGINEERING COMPANY LTD, CAMBRIAN WORKS, CARDIFF”. Repainted. 10 ½” x 6 ½”. £20 (852)
376. - £30 Cast iron ‘STAR’ WAGON PLATE “FR CO. 1112A JUNE 1916” . Repainted. 7 ¼” x 6 ½”. £35 (763)
377. - £30 Cast iron ‘STAR’ WAGON PLATE “LMS A 160490 MAY 1948”. Interesting as it was now BR. Repainted. 7 ¼” x 6 ½”.£30 (743)
378. - £30 Cast iron ‘STAR’ WAGON PLATE “GWR 81399 A MAY 1930”. Repainted. 7 ¼” x 6 ½”. £80 (819)
379. - £30 Cast iron ‘STAR’ WAGON PLATE “BR(M) A 183867 AUG 1955”. Repainted. 7 ¼” x 6 ½”. £60 (875)
380. - £30 Cast iron ‘STAR’ WAGON PLATE “SR 970 A DEC 1940”. Repainted. 7 ¼” x 6 ½”. £90 (819)
381. - £30 Cast iron ‘STAR’ WAGON PLATE “LNER – D 9183 A APR 1924”. Repainted. 7 ¼” x 6 ½”.
382. - £40 WAGON PLATE “N.B. RY. CO. BUILDERS COWLAIRS WORKS”. Cast iron. Repainted. 6 ½” x 4 ½”. £80 (878)
383. - £15 WAGON PLATE “GLOUCESTER RAILWAY CARR & WAGON CO. LTD BUILDERS, GLOUCESTER”. Cast iron. Repainted. 8” x 4 ½”. £25 (907)
384. - £15 WAGON PLATE “HURST, NELSON & CO. LTD BUILDERS MOTHERWELL”. Cast iron. Repainted. 7 ½” x 4”. £15 (829)
385. - £15 WAGON PLATE “FOR REPAIRS ADVISE WAGON REPAIRS LIMITED CHESTERFIELD”. Cast iron. Repainted. 8” x 4 ½”. £15 (807)
386. - £15 WAGON PLATE “STANDARD RAILWAY WAGON CO. LTD REDDISH & HEYWOOD BUILDERS”. Cast iron. Repainted. 7 ½” x 7 ¼”. £15 (789)
387. - £15 WAGON PLATE “FOR REPAIRS ADVISE WAGON REPAIRS LIMITED CHESTERFIELD”. Cast iron. Repainted. 8” x 4 ½”. £15 (807)
388. - £15 WAGON PLATE “RY PICKERING & CO. LTD BUILDERS WISHAW NEAR GLASGOW”. Cast iron. Repainted. 8 ¼” x 4 ¾”. £15 (852)
389. - £15 WAGON PLATE “SUPPLIED BY CENTRAL WAGON CO. LTD. WIGAN”. Cast iron. Repainted. Crescent shape. 9” x 6”. £80 (718)
390. - £15 WAGON PLATE “CHAS ROBERTS & CO LTD BUILDERS, WAKEFIELD”. Cast iron. Repainted. 10 ½” x 5”. £15 (757)
391. - £10 WAGON PLATES – 2 x small cast iron plates “PRESSED STEEL LOT. NO 30417 1958” & “PRESSED STEEL LOT. NO 30565 1959”. Repainted. 7” x 4 ½”. £10 (724)
392. - £40 WAGON REGISTRATION PLATE “REGISTERED BY THE F. RY CO. 1912 TO CARRY 10 TONS 752”. Furness Railway, uncommon plate. Cast iron. Repainted. 6 ½” diameter, 9” across lugs. £40 (935)
393. - £40 WAGON REGISTRATION PLATE “REGISTERED BY THE LMS 1932 STANDARD 14 TONS 130371”. Cast iron. Repainted. 6 ½” diameter, 9” across lugs.
394. - £15 Four WAGON REPAIR ETC. PLATES. Cast iron. Repainted. 5” x 4” approx.. £15 (829)
395. - £15 Four WAGON REPAIR PLATES. Cast iron. Repainted. 5” x 4”. £30 (780)
396. - £15 Two WAGON REPAIR PLATES. Cast iron. Repainted. 5” x 4”. £15 (852)
397. - £20 WAGON PLATE “LMS BUILDERS DERBY 1924”. Cast iron. Repainted. 5” x 4”.
398. - £20 WAGON PLATE “LMS DERBY 1929”. Cast iron. Repainted. 5” x 4”.
399. - £30 WAGON PLATE “TO CARRY 15 TONS BUILT YORK JULY 1903”. Cast iron. Repainted. 8” x 4 ½”. £70 (819)
400. - £150 Enamel sign “ENTRANCE TO STATION UNDERBRIDGE FIRST LEFT” BR(S) FF. Very good colour & shine. Note: Blemishes due to reflections. 24” x 24”.£220 (793)
401. - £30 WAGON PLATE “TO CARRY 10 ½ TONS BUILT 1896”. Cast iron. Repainted. 8” x 4 ½”.£80 (819)
402. - £15 D WAGON PLATE “B730317 20 T DARLINGTON 1949 LOT NO. 2049”. Cast iron. Repainted. 11” x 6 ½”. £30 (728)
403. - £15 D WAGON PLATE “B854364” 12T DARLINGTON 1957 LOT NO. 3008”. Cast iron. Repainted. 11” x 6 ½”. £30 (728)
404. - £15 D WAGON PLATE “B725952 12T DERBY 1959 LOT NO. 3275”. Cast iron. Repainted. 11” x 6 ½”. £30 (728)
405. - £15 Irish D WAGON PLATE “C.I.E. 12 TONS 20863”. Cast iron. Repainted. 11” x 6 ½”. £15 (781)
406. - £15 D WAGON PLATE “E21 TONS 1948 307543”. Cast iron. Repainted. 11” x 6½”. £15 (781)
407. - £15 D WAGON PLATE “G.W.R Y. 14 TONS 30632”. Cast iron. Repainted. 11” x 6 ½”£15 (743)
408. - £15 D WAGON PLATE “B922959 30 T SWINDON 1959 LOT NO. 3200”. Cast iron. Repainted. 11” x 6 ½”. £30 (728)
409. - £15 D WAGON PLATE “B753273 12T SWINDON 1949 LOT NO. 2083”. Cast iron. Repainted. 11” x 6 ½”. £30 (728)
410. - £15 D WAGON PLATE “B43135 21T PRESSED STEEL 1958 LOT NO. 3157”. Cast iron. Repainted. 11” x 6 ½”. £20 (728)
411. - £15 D WAGON PLATE “B173751 16T PRESSED STEEL 1955 LOT NO.2636”. Cast iron. Repainted. 11” x 6 ½”. £25 (728)
412. - £15 D WAGON PLATE “B601449 51 TONS ASHFORD 1969 LOT NO. 3690. Cast iron. Repainted. 11” x 6 ½”. £20 (807)
413. - £15 D WAGON PLATE “DB989058 14T MET-CAMMELL 1954 LOT NO. 2535”. Cast iron. Repainted. 11” x 6 ½”. £40 (728)
414. - £50 BRIDGE PLATE- Manchester South Junction & Altrincham Railway “MSJ&AR 123”. Cast iron . Original condition, ex bridge. 14 ½” x 9 ½”. £200 (921)
415. - £330 SIGNALBOX NAMEBOARD “HEATON PARK” BR(M) FF. Located on the L&Y line from Manchester Victoria to Bury, situated between Crumpsall & Prestwich. Very good colour & shine. Usual minor edge nibbles. Superb item. 48” x 8”. £420 (927)
416. - £300 LNER ENAMEL SIGN “PASSENGERS CROSS THE LINE BY THE FOOTBRIDGE ONLY”. Super colour & shine, (blemishes in the photo are reflection only). Has a couple of chips and usual edge nibbles. 36” x 24”.
417. - £70 Original cast iron STREET NAME “LINSEY CLOSE”. Repainted, sound condition. 30” x 7”.
418. - £70 Original cast aluminium STREET NAME “SWAN COURT”. As removed condition. 28” x 7”.
419. - £30 Double sided untitled cast iron sign “CATCH POINTS”. Repainted. Leg & foot absent. Has a metal bracket attached for display purposes. 24” x 12”. £30 (755)
420. - £80 LMS LOCOMOTIVE HEADLAMP, complete with original vessel & burner. Brass lozenge affixed to chimney embossed “LMS”. Super condition. £300 (944)
421. - £80 North British Railway 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP “NBR” stamped to the body, also “3900” stamped to the other side of the body. Complete with all glasses and correct vessel, with “LMS” marked burner. Repainted. V.G.C. £80 (852)
422. - £120 Enamel sign “PARCELS & LEFT LUGGAGE” BR(S) FF. Four small edge chips. Good colour & shine. 24” x 18”. £170 (852)
423. - £80 WAGON PLATE “LANCASHIRE WAGON CO.LTD BURY OWNERS NO. 57068”. Ex wagon condition. 11” x 7”. £200 (920)
424. - £80 WAGON PLATE “FOR REPAIRS ADVISE BOLTON RAILWAY WAGON CO. LTD”. Repainted face, ex wagon back. 10” x 7”. £140 (718)
425. - £70 LNER saucer top 2 ASPECT HANDLAMP, brass plated “LONDON NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY FRODINGHAM”. Restored condition, complete with all fittings.£180 (721)
426. - £150
NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY DESTINATION BOARD – wooden, double sided. Complete with hanging loops affixed to the top edge. “GREATHAM, BILLINGHAM, STOCKTON, EAGLESCLIFFE. Sound condition. Approx. 42” x 24”. £600 (732)
427. - £200 “VIP” PETROL PUMP GLOBE, “VIP” was the brand name for the Manchester based company “Isherwoods Petroleum, the major rival to Conoco’s jet chain in the 60’s. In perfect condition, no chips or cracks. Complete with original rubber grommet. 17” x 14”. £700 (775)
428. - £100 Tin plate ADVERTISING SIGN “BROOKE BOND DIVIDEND TEA”. 19 ½” x 19”. V.G.C.£100 (852)
429. - £50 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “BUILT 1956 DERBY”, as carried by Standard Class 5 No. 73130. Allocations included Shrewsbury from new until 1958 then Patricroft. Withdrawn in 1967, most of its life spent locally. The date looks like it has had a separate small pattern dropped in. Sadly a little loss to the right hand edge and a rum paint job which can easily be remedied. Cast iron. £135 (707)
430. - £80
GWR POCKET WATCH by Limit, face marked “LIMIT NO.2 0.750”, also back engraved “GWR 0.750”. Enamel face has a small crack and a small repaired chip. Working order. £120 (706)
431. - £120 Southern Railway ENAMEL SIGN “TRAINS TO ASCOT, READING, WINDSOR, ALDERSHOT”. Very good colour & shine. Blemishes are due to reflections, while being photographed. Usual edge nibbles touched in . 36” x 24”. £370 (840)
432. - £80 ENAMEL SIGN “WAY OUT” BR(S) FF. Good colour & shine. Repaired chip to upper top centre. Blemishes due to reflections. 24” x 18”. £140 (780)
433. - £120 ENAMEL SIGN “LADIES-DAMES” BR(S) Flanged. Very good colour & shine. Blemishes due to reflections. Usual edge nibbles touched in. 49” x 12”. £220 (793)
434. - £120 ENAMEL SIGN “BOOKING OFFICE & TELEGRAMS – GENTLEMEN-MESSIEURS” BR(S) Flangeless. Very good colour & shine. Blemishes due to reflections. Usual edge nibbles. 49” x 12”. £220 (859)
435. - £80 ENAMEL NOTICE BOARD HEADER “TRAIN SERVICES” BR(S). Good colour & shine. Blemishes due to reflections. Edge nibbles touched in. 45” x 5”. £140 (780)
436. - £120 ENAMEL SIGN “PASSENGERS FOR BANSTEAD AND BELMONT FRONT 4 CARS ONLY” BR(S) FF. Red letters on white ground. Good colour & shine. Tiny chips and edge nibbles. 24” x 18”. £190 (859)
437. - £350 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “48736”, as carried by Stanier Class 8 heavy freight loco. Built 1945 Darlington Works, allocations included Shrewsbury, Crewe South, Willesden, Rugby, Speke, Northwich, Northampton, Nuneaton. Withdrawn from Crewe South in 1966. Repainted face, clean back. £500 (705)
438. - £120 Southern Railway enamel DESTINATION PLATE “BELMONT” , retrieved from one of the large SR stations mechanical arrivals & destination panels, originally fixed to mahogany tumble bars. Usual edge & fixing hole nibbles. Good colour & shine. 17” x 2 ¼”. £120 (931)
439. - £120 Southern Railway enamel DESTINATION PLATE “ASCOT”, retrieved from one of the large SR stations mechanical arrivals & destinations panels, originally affixed to mahogany tumble bars. Good colour & shine, retouched edge chips. 17” x 2 ¼”. £220 (931)
440. - £110 Enamel DOORPLATE “STAFF ONLY” BR(E) flangeless. Good colour & shine, couple of edge & fixing hole chips. 18” x 3 ½”. £140 (863)
441. - £70 Enamel DOORPLATE “GENTLEMEN” BR(E). Good colour & shine, usual edge nibbles. 18” x 3 ½”. £130 (833)
442. - £70 Enamel DOORPLATE “PRIVATE” BR(S) FF. Very good colour & shine, brass fixing hole inserts still in situ. 18” x 3 ½”.£190 (838)
443. - £70
GWR Pre grouping double sided enamel sign “ALL SEASON TICKETS TO BE SHEWN”. Edge nibbles and random chips to one side. Good colour & shine. 10” x 12”. £130 (761)
444. - £50 Cast brass THRESHOLD PLATE embossed “CLAYTON WAGONS LIMITED LINCOLN 1929”. 30” x 2 ½”. V.G.C.£110 (799)
445. - £70
Small wooden CARRIAGE BOARD “LONDON” obverse “MANCHESTER” BR(M). 32” x 3”. V.G.C.£140 (780)
446. - £50 Enamel double sided ADVERTISING SIGN “LYONS TEA SOLD HERE”. Usual chipping. Good colour & shine. 15” x 9”.£140 (761)
447. - £40 Tin plate ADVERTISING SIGN “CHERRY BLOSSOM”. Very good condition. 17 ½” x 28”. £40 (852)
448. - £90 LOCO WORKSPLATE “LMS BUILT 1944 HORWICH”, carried by one of 47 Stanier 8F Class locos, built at Horwich in 1944. Cast iron. Repainted face. £160 (748)
449. - £60 LOCO WORKSPLATE “BUILT CREWE 1956”, retrieved from Riddles 9F Class 92082 one of 39 9Fs built that year. Repainted. £240 (819)
450. - £90 ORIGINAL OIL ON CANVAS – Coronation Pacific on express freight. By Joe Townend. 28” x 19”. Framed.
451. - £50 ORIGINAL OIL ON CANVAS – Jubilee 5680 ‘Camperdown’. Unknown artist. 30” x 24”. Unframed.
452. - £40 ORIGINAL ARTWORK – West Country 34008 Padstow at Alresford. By Shaun Underhill. 30” x 16”. Attractively framed.
453. - £50 ORIGINAL ARTWORK – V2 4778 during 2nd WW air raid. By F.Carlson. 24” x 20”. Framed.
454. - £50 ORIGINAL ARTWORK – School 938 ‘St Olave’s” passing Shakespeare Point. By F. Carlson. 24” x 18”. 24” x 18”. Framed.
455. - £40 ORIGINAL ARTWORK – 9F on shed. By Sisson. 40” x 20”. Framed.£40 (869)
456. - £250 ORIGINAL ARTWORK – S & DJR Scene, ‘53808’ on fast freight. By Eric Bottomley. 29” x 23”. Framed.£250 (781)
457. - £50 ORIGINAL ARTWORK – ‘Green Arrow’ moving onto turntable, probably York. By Roberts. 36” x 23”. Framed.
458. - £70 ORIGINAL ARTWORK – ‘Merchant Navy 35028’ ‘Clan Line’ at the head of an express. By Pat Hoebel. 35” x 23”. Framed.£70 (929)
459. - £40 ORIGINAL ARTWORK – A3 ‘Flying Scotsman” at York Station heading North. By Roberts. 36” x 24”. Framed.
460. - £175 ORIGINAL ARTWORK – A pair of Stanier 2-6-4 Tanks on shed. By Hudson. 30” x 23”. Framed.£175 (781)
461. - £175 ORIGINAL ARTWORK – ‘Coronation Pacific’ on turntable at Crewe North. By Thorn. 30” x 23”. Framed.£175 (781)
462. - £150 ORIGINAL ARTWORK – ‘42765’ with ‘42957 on shed. By Bernard Jones. 30” x 20”. Framed.£150 (869)
463. - £70 ORIGINAL ARTWORK – A4 ‘Sir Nigel Gresley’ on shed. By Chris Dee. 36” x 24”. Framed.
464. - £70 ORIGINAL ARTWORK – Busy period for the signal man. By D R Clarke. 36“ x 20”. Framed.£70 (834)
465. - £90 ORIGINAL ARTWORK – A4 60018 ‘Sparrow Hawk’ opens up. By Joe Townend. 40” x 30”. Framed.
466. - £50 ORIGINAL ARTWORK – Merchant Navy at speed, By Kevin Walsh. 40” x 24”. Framed.£50 (929)
467. - £250 ORIGINAL ARTWORK – Coronation Pacific 46247 ‘City of Liverpool’ at the coaler. By George Heiron 1970. 39” x 26”. Framed. £270 (941)
468. - £70 ORIGINAL ARTWORK – ‘5690’ with ‘2857 at Didcot. By Alan Ward. 40” x 30”. Framed.
469. - £250 ORIGINAL ARTWORK - Princess Royal Pacific 46201 ‘Princess Elizabeth’ on the Shamrock Express, going through the tunnel out of Lime Street, Liverpool. Large painting on board. Unframed. By Eric Bottomley. 48” x 41”. £290 (903)
470. - £200 ORIGINAL ARTWORK – West Country 34105 ‘Swanage’ being volcanic. By Eric Bottomley. 41” x 32”. Framed.
471. - £30 ORIGINAL ARTWORK – ‘Evening Star’ on shed. By George Rogers. 30” x 20”. Framed.£30 (740)
472. - £110 ORIGINAL ARTWORK – 453 ‘King Arthur’ at speed. By Geoff Shaw. 30” x 20”. Framed.
473. - £70 ORIGINAL ARTWORK – A2 Pacific ‘Sun Chariot’ on Dundee Shed. By Joe Townend. 24” x 17”. Framed.£60 (819)
474. - £110 ORIGINAL ARTWORK – A view of Talyllyn Railway loco 4 approaching the winding house site between Abergynolwyn and Nant Gwernol, seen through the remains of the winding drum. By Eric Bottomley. 20” x 24”. Framed. £110 (794)
475. - £70 ORIGINAL ARTWORK – ‘Caledonian Express’ getting away from Euston with Coronation Pacific 46245 ‘City of London’ in charge. By Peter Bradshaw. 20” x 24”. Framed.
476. - £50 ORIGINAL ARTWORK – Merchant Navy Pacific 35011 ‘General Steam Navigation” on a rail tour. By John Hayden. 23” x 19”. Framed.
477. - £50 ORIGNAL ARTWORK – Merchant Navy Pacific 35028 ‘Clan Line on rail tour. By Paul Twine. 27” x 21”. Framed.£50 (929)
478. - £110 ORIGINAL ARTWORK – ‘Coronation Pacific’ on the down Royal Scot No. 46233 “DUCHESS OF SUTHERLAND” thunders through the fell by Paul Twine. 27” x 21”. Framed.£150 (709)
479. - £175 ORIGNAL WATERCOLOUR ON CANVAS by M.A Turner. Depicting a Schools Class locomotive approaching Winchelsea. Excellent image. Framed & glazed. 20” x 16”.
480. - £90 ORIGINAL OIL ON CANVAS by Joe Townend. Depicting Princess Royal Class “46204 Princess Louise” attacking Beattock Bank. Very impressive image. Unframed on stretchers. 30” x 24”.
481. - £90 ORIGINAL Oil ON CANVAS by Joe Townend. Depicting Patriot Class “45548 Lytham St Annes” leaving Liverpool. Superb image. Unframed on stretchers. Image 30” x 24”. £90 (895)
482. - £90 ORIGINAL OIL ON CANVAS by Joe Townend. Depicting Coronation Class “46238 City of Carlisle” resplendent in Crimson Lake in the dead of winter. Superb image, unframed on stretchers. Image 24” x 20”.
483. - £90 ORIGINAL OIL ON CANVAS by Joe Townend. Depicting 9F 92100 on Holbeck Depot. Very moody image. Unframed on stretchers. 24” x 20”. £90 (958)
484. - £90 ORIGINAL OIL ON CANVAS by Joe Townend. Depicting Royal Scot 46135 “The East Lancashire Regiment” passing Longsight, Manchester on an up London Express. Superb image. Unframed on stretchers. Image 30” x 24”. £120 (958)
485. - £200 ORIGINAL PAINTING ON CANVAS by C.D. Holland. Depicting Stanier Class 5 45156 “Ayrshire Yeomanry” on an express coming through the tunnels out of Lime Street Station, Liverpool, one of Bishop Eric Treacy’s favourite photographic spots. Excellently captured, the lighting is superb. Attractively framed. Approx. 24”x 18”. £650 (903)
486. - £200 ORIGINAL PAINTING ON CANVAS by C.D. Holland. Depicting a scene in Leeds Holbeck shed. A Jubilee having its smokebox cleaned or checked out with a Class 5 simmering in attention. Superb use of light. Excellently captured. Approx. 20” x 18”.
487. - £200 ORIGINAL OIL ON CANVAS by the celebrated artist John Austin, titled “Evening Approach to Barmouth”. Depicting a train leaving the famous bridge, the use of moonlight is quite extraordinary. Sympathetically framed. Approx. 22” x 15”. £220 (956)
488. - £150 ORIGINAL OIL ON CANVAS. Depicting Coronation Pacific 46238 ‘City of Carlisle’ attacking Beatock Bank in the late 1950s. Approx. 40” x 30”.
489. - £50 ORIGINAL CHARCOAL SKETCH, by C. Hamilton Ellis. Depicting German 1863 built 4-2-0 No. 13 “Phoenix”, as reproduced in his books “The Engines that Passed” published in 1968. This loco resides in the Nurenburg Transport Museum. Image 14” x 11”. Framed & glazed. £50 (735)
490. - £200 ORIGINAL OIL ON CANVAS by Malcolm Root 1981. Depicting Britannia 70030 “William Wordsworth” dipping the troughs. Super early example of his work. Image 24” x 20”. £395 (837)
491. - £40 2 x small ORIGINAL ARTWORK. By John Hayden. 10” x 5” and 9” x 7”. Framed.
492. - £40 ORIGINAL ARTWORK – Battle of Britain Class on the Golden Arrow passing Battersea Power Station.
493. - £30 ORIGINAL ARTWORK – GREAT EASTERN 4-4-0. By D. Hay. 14” x 10”. Framed. By Alan Ward. 12” x 6”. Framed.£30 (811)
494. - £30 ORIGINAL ARTWORK - KING 6017 “KING EDWARD IV” back into Devon. By D. Hay. 14” x 10”. Framed. £30 (740)
495. - £200 ORIGINAL OIL ON CANVAS - by Herbert William Garratt, signed & dated 1910. The locomotive engineer responsible for designing the articulated locomotive, built by Beyer Peacock, Manchester, becoming known as the Beyer Garratts. Although a naive painting, a GWR ‘ROVER’, a broad gauge loco, this painting is mentioned in the publication by Richard L. Hills “The Origins of the Garratt Locomotive” Plateway Press. A copy of which accompanies this lot. There Is a well-executed repair, does not detract. Probably needs professionally cleaning to show true colours. 41” x 30”.
496. - £80 ORIGINAL WATERCOLOR ‘Duchess of Abercorn’ attacking the steep section of Shap on the down Royal Scot. Fine watercolour by David West 1968. Signed & framed. 20” x 13”.
497. - £80 ORIGINAL PAINTING by Wilson 1959. GWR 1650 with Mogul on shed yard. Framed, image size 36” x 24”. Good condition.
498. - £60 ORIGINAL PAINTING - Depicting King Arthur Class “45 T SIR LAMORAK”. Well executed. By Nicholls, signed & framed. Image 29” x 20”.
499. - £60 ORIGINAL PAINTING – Depicting a Castle Class departing a busy station. By F. Clare. Signed & framed. Image 29” x 18”.
500. - £30 Enamel SIGN “CONDITION UPON TICKETS ETC” BR(M) Flangeless. Good colour, chips to fixing holes. 6” x 4”. £120 (905)
501. - £200 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “BEYER, PEACOCK & CO LTD 7186 BEYER-GARRATT LOCOMOTIVE PATENTS 298422-518251 MANCHESTER 1946”, as carried by South African Railway GEA Garratt No. 4019. Embossed cast brass with hollow back face. Repainted only. 10” x 6”. £420 (924)
502. - £150 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “NO. 5925 1951 THE VULCAN FOUNDRY LIMITED, NEWTON LE WILLOWS, LANCASHIRE”. Embossed cast brass with engine turned ground. Void of paint. 9” x 5”. £280 (913)
503. - £150 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “NORTH BRITISH LOCOMOTIVE COMPANY LTD GLASGOW 1943 No. 25063”, as carried by WD Class 8 2-8-0 heavy freight loco, numbered 7192, 77192. BR 90171. Allocations included Rose Grove, Accrington. Withdrawn in 1965. Embossed cast white brass, ex loco condition. 13 5/8” x 5 ½”. £220 (832)
504. - £100 London & North Western Railway cast iron PILLAR PLATE “L & N W R CO. 178”. Repainted face, ex bridge back. 16” x 11 3/8”. Repainted face, ex bridge back.
505. - £40 LMS TENDER PLATE “WATER CAPACITY 4000 GALLONS”. Repainted face, ex loco back. Embossed cast brass. 10 3/8” x 6”. £50 (808)
506. - £40 LMS TENDER PLATE “WATER CAPACITY 3500 GALLONS”. Repainted face, ex loco back with casting mark “K190”. 10 3/8” x 6”. £50 (808)
507. - £120 SHEDPLATE “9B” Stockport Edgeley. Ex L&NWR depot with an allocation of approx. 40 locos, mainly mixed traffic, Jubilees & Britannias appeared in the mid-60s. Repainted face & back. £210 (728)
508. - £700 Great Northern Railway somersault HOME SIGNAL POST. Pitch pine, 12ft x 6ft approx. length. All fittings are original and embossed “GNR”, except counter weight which is embossed “LNER”. Once assembled will work perfectly. This item is being sold as a kit of parts. Purchaser to pick up from the vendors address in the Grimsby area, to be arranged through GNRA. There is plenty of muscle at the vendors address for loading etc.£700 (950)
509. - £100 LMS Post 1935 SIGNAL BOX NAMEBOARD “SUTTON FOREST CROSSING”, Sutton Forest Crossing box was a Midland Rly signal box opened in 1904, closed in 1967. Located on the Nottingham to Worksop line, south west of Mansfield. 11ft x 1ft, some letters absent. This lot is to be picked up from the vendor’s address in the Keighley area, West Yorkshire, arranged through GNRA.£220 (954)
510. - £50 Cast iron SIGN – untitled Cambrian Railways “BEWARE OF TRAINS” Notice. Repainted face, ex lineside back. 20” x 14”. £70 (907)
511. - £100 SHEDPLATE ”9H” Patricroft. Ex L&Y depot with an allocation of approx. 60 locos. Repainted face, clean back. £150 (834)
512. - £75 SHEDPLATE “40B” – Immingham. Ex GCR depot with an allocation of approx. 120 locos including D11 Directors. Repainted face, clean back. £75 (849)
513. - £100 SHEDPLATE “55A” – Leeds Holbeck. Ex Midland Railway Depot with an allocation of approx. 70 locos including 5 Royal Scots, 18 Jubilees & 2 Britannias. Repainted face. £150 (925)
514. - £175 GREAT CENTRAL RLY BRIDGEPLATE “GCR 444”. Ex lineside condition. Not common at all. Attractive No. Cast iron.£260 (702)
515. - £350 TOTEM – “HURST GREEN” BR(S) FF. Opened in 1907 by the Croydon & Oxted Joint Rly, original station closed in 1961. A new station was subsequently opened further down the line. Good colour & shine, few edge nibbles plus a chip on the bottom right hand edge, does not detract.£520 (897)
516. - £60 Caledonian Railway cast iron MILE MARKER “CARLISLE 129”. Repainted face. 12” x 6 5/8”. £80 (766)
517. - £50 CARRIAGE PRINT “PETERGATE YORK” from a watercolour by Tittensor, from the LNER Pre War Series. Framed & glazed in original type frame. £90 (889)
518. - £40 CARRIAGE PRINT “CAVENDISH SUFFOLK” from a watercolour by Baldwin, from the LNER Post War Series. Framed & glazed in original type frame.£40 (760)
519. - £100 Cast iron SIGN “G.S & W.R NOTICE ANY PERSON LEAVING THIS GATE OPEN IS LIABLE TO A PENALTY OF FORTY SHILLINGS”. Ex lineside condition. 10 ¾” x 11 ¼”.
520. - £150 Great Northern Railway wooden cased PEGGING BLOCK INSTRUMENT. In excellent condition. £245 (749)
521. - £450 G or ONE GAUGE LIVE STEAM MODEL 0-4-4 narrow gauge loco by Roundhouse. Very good condition.
522. - £65 Southern Railway 4 ASPECT HANDLAMP. Large pattern, complete with vessel, burner & reflector unmarked. Copper lozenge affixed to the reducing cone “1160”. Body stamped “SR”. Amber glass absent. Good condition.
523. - £175 Enamel SIGN “PARCELS AND LEFT LUGGAGE” BR(W)FF. Good colour & shine. Does have some minor blemishes. Overall very nice sign. 24” x 18”.
524. - £300 South Eastern & Chatham Railway LARGE LAMP with clear glass lens. Complete with original vessel & burner. Brass label affixed to the body “SE & CR F N O 1774”, also body stamped “1774”. History unknown to us. 18” high including handle. £300 (805)
525. - £50 Great Western Railway 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, post war era. Complete with vessel, burner & all glasses. Manufacturers brass plate affixed to the body “HETHERINGTON, BIRMINGHAM”. V.G.C.£60 (746)
526. - £500 TOTEM – “PATRICROFT” BR(M) FF, situated on the world’s first intercity passenger railway Liverpool – Manchester, opened in 1830. Located in the Eccles area of Manchester. Good colour & shine, usual edge nibbles touched in. £750 (746)
527. - £300 SMOKEBOX NUMBERPLATE “44317”, as carried by Fowler 4F, aka a Derby 4 0-6-0. Built at St Rollox works in 1927, allocations included Saltley, Bletchley, Carnforth, Bristol Barrow Rd, Bedford, Sutton Oak. Withdrawn December 1959. Ex loco condition. £320 (705)
528. - £250 Enamel PLATFORM SIGN “2 3 & 4” BR(M) FF, with right facing arrow. Superb condition. 36” x 18”. £520 (703)
529. - £250 Enamel PLATFORM SIGN “2 3 & 4” BR(M) FF, with left facing arrow. Superb condition. 36” x 18”. £520 (703)
530. - £90 LIVE STEAM MODEL of a traction engine by Mamod. As new, run only once or twice, boxed with all accessories. Mint condition.
531. - £90 LIVE STEAM MODEL of a traction engine by Mamod. New in original packing, unused. All accessories are present plus instructions etc. £90 (753)
532. - £125 LIVE STEAM MODEL of a steam wagon by Mamod. Original box and accessories, looks unused. Note: this green version of this model is the rarer for the steam wagon. Mint condition. Box is a little tatty.
533. - £75 North Eastern Railway LANTERN INTERIOR with glass funnel. Brass lozenge affixed to vessel “NER”. Superb condition. £330 (721)
534. - £70 London & North Eastern Railway SIGNAL LAMP INTERIOR, steel plated “MAGDALEN RD”, ‘Magdalen Rd’ is located on the GER line from Cambridge to Kings Lynn, situated between Stow & Kings Lynn. Complete with burner and all fittings.
535. - £70 London & North Eastern Railway SIGNAL LAMP INTERIOR, steel plated “NORWICH THORPE”. Located at the start of the M&GN lines out of Norwich Victoria. Complete with all fittings etc. £70 (812)
536. - £120 Great Northern Railway STATION SEAT ENDS, embossed “GNR” on both ends. Cast iron, no cracks or repairs, totally sound. These make a lovely garden bench. £200 (765)
537. - £60 SHEDPLATE “16C” Kirby in Ashfield 1948-1955. Ex MR depot with an allocation of approx. 30 locos. Code transferred to Mansfield 1955, again to Derby in 1963. Repainted face, clean back. £60 (738)
538. - £50 3 ASPECT LMS HANDLAMP, brass lozenge affixed to the body “LMS 90” also body embossed “LMS”. Complete with vessel, burner, reflector and all slatted glasses. Free running. V.G.C.
539. - £80 London & North Western Railway 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, body stamped “ASHBOURNE CAR DEPT”, also “LNWR P” to reducing cone. Has had some restoration during its service life, top handle one end is detached. £130 (815)
540. - £100 Steel SINGLE LINE KEY TOKEN with aluminium inserts, blank on one side, other side engraved “MOAT LANE JUNC WEST – CAERSWS”. A little rusty but complete and sound. From a section on the Cambrian Rly at the start of the line from Moat Lane Jct to Machynlleth. Good condition. £350 (908)
541. - £80

CARRIAGE BOARD – double sided “EDINBURGH” “ABERDEEN”. 50” x 5”. £160 (805)
542. - £60 Great Western Railway BOUNDARY POST, button type. Affixed to length of broad gauge rail, complete with T bar anchor. “GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY CO’s 1891 BOUNDARY”. 50” total length.
543. - £50 Great Western Railway BOUNDARY POST, button type. Affixed to short length of broad gauge rail. 20” approx. “GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY CO. BOUNDARY”.
544. - £40
Great Southern & Western Railway of Ireland LANTERN INTERIOR stamped “GS&WR”, ‘GS&WR’ was a 5’ 3” gauge railway opened in 1844-1924. Manufactured by John Levick, Birmingham. Copper and brass, complete with burner & glass funnel.
545.- £40 LMS WAGON REGISTRATION PLATE “RESTORED BY THE LMS 1929 STANDARD 12 TONS 123991”. Repainted face, ex wagon back.
546. - £40 Class 92 Cab Speed RESTRICTION PLATE ex 92026. Plastic construction. Ex service condition. 13” x 9”. Very good condition. £60 (724)
547. - £40 GWR WAGON REG PLATE “REGISTERED BY THE GW RY 1939 6974 STANDARD 20 TONS”. Repainted face, ex wagon back.
548. - £30 LNER STAR WAGON PLATE “LNER-E 1513A FEB 1938”. Repainted face, ex wagon back. £30 (819)
549. - £30 BR(M) STAR WAGON PLATE “BR(M) 177945 MAY 1949”. Repainted face, ex wagon back. £30 (819)
550. - £30 BR-SC STAR WAGON PLATE “BR-SC 551A JAN 1956”. Repainted face, ex wagon back. £40 (819)
551. - £30 L&NWR STAR WAGON PLATE “L&N W RY 30736 A JL-Y 1918”. Repainted face, ex wagon back. £30 (819)
552. - £30 LMS STAR WAGON PLATE “LMS A 120206 DEC 1930”. Repainted face, ex wagon back. £30 (766)
553. - £40
Steel TRAIN FOLLOWING PLATE “DYCE TRAIN FOLLOWING”. Double side, A side is restored, B side is ex-service. 18” diameter. £40 (852)
554. -£20 BR(M) TOTEM CAP BADGE “TICKET COLLECTOR”, silver. Manufactured by JR Gaunt. V.G.C.£20 (826)
555. - £20 BR(M) TOTEM CAP BADGE “BRITISH RAILWAYS” Gold in colour. Manufactured by JR Gaunt. V.G.C.
556. - £20 BR(M) TOTEM CAP BADGE “BRITISH RAILWAYS” silver in colour. Manufactured by JR GAUNT. V.G.C.
557. - £20 BR(M) FISH TAIL CAP BADGE “PORTER”. Manufactured by Fattorini & Sons Ltd. Discolouration to letter R, seem to be a stain. No loss of enamel.
558. - £20 Two IRISH RAILWAY BUTTONS - “GREAT SOUTHERN RAILWAY” with shamrock device to centre (small), “GREAT NORTHERN IRELAND” with company crest to centre (large). Manufactured by Birmingham Buttons Limited. V.G.C.
559. - £20 Group of BADGES & BUTTONS including LMS rope design cap badge, loops absent, LMR Scrap Recovery Warden, plus four x LMS buttons. V.G.C.
560. - £80 Christopher Ware signed LIMITED EDITION PRINT. Famous image of two of Gresleys finest at the buffer stop at Kings Cross viewed through the arch. Superb image, very well executed. Only 50 printed, this is print no. 20. Image size 28” x 18”. £110 (824)
561. - £80 Alan Fearnley signed LIMITED EDITION PRINT No. 132/500 of ‘Duchess of Buccleugh 6230’ attacking Shap Wells. Superb image. Note: Eric Treacy also has signed this print. Framed & glazed. 27” x 17”.
562. - £80 BR(M) FF enamel sign “NO EXIT”. Very good colour & shine. Usual edge nibbles, a couple of tiny chips. No restoration. 12” x 12”.£160 (935)
563. - £150 BR(M) FF enamel sign with totem motif “BRITISH RAILWAYS” “STATION” with left facing arrow. Fair colour, loss of shine. No restoration, usual edge nibbles, plus corner chips. 21” x 10 ½”. Nice enamel sign. £370 (772)
564. - £350 TOTEM – “UPPER WARLINGHAM” BR(S) FF. Opened in 1884 by the SE& Rly, located on the Oxted line out of London. Very good colour & shine. One chip to right hand wing edge and tiny chip to lower middle line. Uncommon totem. £700 (897)
565. - £30 Cast iron BRIDGE PLATE “LNER 6”. Cast mark ‘B100’. Repainted, sound condition. 17” x 13”. £45 (766)
566. - £50 LNWR STEEL BOTTLE, probably for oil etc. With brass location plate affixed to the reducing cone “GOODS DEPOT BLACKBURN”. Complete with its lockable brass top. Restored condition. Very interesting item. 12” high. £90 (749)
567. - £50 L&NWR metal cased BLOCK BELL with small underslung and tapper. Void of paint. £50 (743)
568. - £90 SIGNAL BOX TELEPHONE, wooden case with traffolite label affixed “UP THRO’ S D G S HEATON NORRIS JCT”. Heaton Norris is at the Manchester end of Stockport’s famous viaduct where the line to Stalybridge diverges. Very nice condition. £110 (834)
569. - £90 Cast iron Great Central Railway BOUNDARY POST, embossed “G C R Y”. Complete with foot. 30” high, 11” wide.
570. - £40 Cast iron sign “LONDON NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY BEWARE OF THE TRAINS”. Repainted face, ex lineside back with post mark. 26” x 13”. £60 (807)
571. - £40 Cast iron North Eastern Railway MILE MARKER FRACTION “1/4” MILE. Complete with foot, tiny loss. Repainted, sound condition. 64” high. £70 (830)
572. - £200 GWR brass cased DRUM CLOCK. Face written “GWR”, case stamped “”2951” also the back plate stamped “2951”. Complete with key. In full working order. 3 ¼” dial. Lovely condition. £320 (754)
573. - £150 BR(W) 6” dial black metal WALL CLOCK, surround of clock engraved “BR-W” and “4528”. In excellent condition, complete with key. Full working order. £260 (942)
574. - £100
London Passenger Transport Board nickel POCKET WATCH, face written “RECORD” (makers), back engraved “LPTB 703”. In full working order, no damage, just wear from daily use.
575. - £50 Welch pattern LNER SIGNAL LAMP INTERIOR, steel plated & stamped “ST OLAVES”. St Olaves is located on the GE line from Ipswich to Yarmouth South situated between Haddiscoe and Yarmouth South. In restored condition. Not a lot from this area. £90 (812)
576. - £140 GCR/LNER wooden cased PEGGING BLOCK INSTRUMENT, ex box condition.
577. - £40 CARRIAGE PRINT – Depicting the River Ouse at York, from a watercolour by Russell. LNER Post War Series. Original frame & glazed. V.G.C. £60 (793)
578. - £200
Early London Underground enamel STATION DESTINATION SIGN “PERIVALE STN” with arrow. Perivale is located on the central line of the London Underground, opened in 1947. This station replaced an earlier station opened by the GWR 1904. Fair colour, faded in places. 24 ½” x 9 ½”. £550 (703)
579. - £20 TOTEM CAP BADGE “BRITISH RAILWAYS” BR(NE). Manufactured by ‘J Pinchel, London’. In perfect condition, complete with lugs. £20 (734)
580. - £350 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSPLATE “THE ENGLISH ELECTRIC CO. LTD, VULCAN WORKS, NEWTON LE WILLOWS, ENGLAND. NO. 3519/D948 1965”, as carried by EE Type 3, later Class 37. D695 becoming Tops number 37380, later 2nd Top No. 37259. Withdrawn in December 1999. In ex loco condition. 10 ¼” x 4 ½”. £730 (893)
581. - £90 ENAMEL SIGN “LADIES WAITING ROOM” BR(SC) FF. 24” x 18”. Good colour & shine, but suffers from a few face chips. £180 (816)

582. - £110 Untitled ENAMEL SIGN “ALL TRAINS MUST STOP AND UNLESS THE NO SHUNTING IN PROGRESS SIGN IS ILLUMINATED AWAIT INSTRUCTIONS”. Usual edge nibbles and a little discolouration. 24” x 16”. £140 (793)
583. - £110 “NORTHERN LINE” enamel freeze. Damage to left hand bottom corner, also chips to face. Good colour & shine. 25” x 9”.
584. - £40 Cast iron sign “G.N.R. BEWARE OF TRAINS”, strange design, as the top fixing hole was often drilled obliterating the “N” in the companies initials. Ex lineside condition. 21” x 13”. £60 (907)
585. - £150 British Rail cast alloy DOUBLE EMBLEM as removed from Class 47 No. 47281, No. 2 end. In completely, as removed condition. 27 ½” x 17”. £240 (704)
586. - £50 Small enamel “WARNING” FF sign. Referring to climbing lamp posts etc. Suffered a large chip but interesting sign. Good colour & shine, will repair nicely. 5” x 6”. £50 (852)
587. - £150 SHEDPLATE “1A” Willesden 1935-1973. Ex LNWR depot with an allocation of approx. 130 locos. Repainted. £150 (957)
588. - £80 London Passenger Transport Board 3 ASPECT HANDLAMP, body stamped “LPTB”. Complete with all glasses, vessel & burner. V.G.C.
589. - £110 Enamel DOORPLATE “WAITING ROOM” BR(SC) FF. Very good colour & shine, slight chipping to left hand top corner. Usual fixing hole and edge nibbles. 18” x 6”. £180 (738)
590. - £90 Enamel DOORPLATE “PRIVATE” BR(S) FF. Super colour & shine. No chips, near perfect. 18” x 3 ½”. £160 (863)
591. - £90 Enamel DOORPLATE “PRIVATE” BR(E) Flangeless. Superb colour & shine. 18” x 3 ½”. £260 (820)
592. - £90 Enamel DOORPLATE “PRIVATE” BR(M) FF. Good colour & shine. A couple of minor chips & scratches. 18” x 3 ½”. £130 (759)
593. - £200 Enamel DOORPLATE “LADIES WAITING ROOM” BR(NE). Superb condition, case outline in black letters. 18” x 6”.£1300 (838)
594. - £110 Enamel sign “PLEASE SHOW TICKETS” BR(S) Flangeless. Super colour & shine. Excellent condition. 16” x 10”. £150 (852)
595. - £110 GCR/LNER wooden BLOCK BELL with offset tapper and small mushroom shaped brass bell. Brass thumb screws absent to side casing. Good condition.
596. - £60 Two brass cased SIGNAL REPEATERS, BR Southern Region, a Home and a Distant. Good original condition. £90 (779)
597. - £75 Three “Ffestiniog Railway Company” large brass TUNIC BUTTONS by ‘Pearson & Huggins, Bristol”. V.G.C.£75 (919)
598. - £60 Three “Ffestiniog Railway Company” large nickel plated TUNIC BUTTONS by ‘J. Smith & Co. Derby’. V.G.C.£80 (861)
599. - £40 Silver-plated PRESERVE POT, HOLDER & TRAY, engraved “L&Y & L&NW RY CO”, within a belt surrounding a shamrock device. The cover is engraved “LMS STEAMERS”, by Collins & Co. Birmingham & London. 6” in height. tray is 5 ½”diameter. Very nice item.£60 (770)
600. - £60 LNER hand blown glass FLOWER VASE in perfect condition. “LNER” acid etched to the body in script. 8” tall, 4” diameter base. Very elegant design with crimped top. £70 (814)
601. - £120 LMS brass WAITING ROOM LANTERN with a brass plate rivetted to the chimney engraved “LMS”. Complete with slide in original brass vessel & burner. All glasses are bevelled, a sign of quality. All in perfect condition, as is the lamp. 7 ½” x 12” x 3” deep. £280 (942)
602. - £200 SHEDPLATE “19C” Canklow 1948-1958. Ex Midland depot with an allocation of approx. 60 locos. Ex loco condition. £200 (734)
603. - £60 TENDER PLATE “LMS NO. 3697 1927”. This tender was originally paired with Fowler 4F 4503 later 44503. Allocated to Stoke in 1948. Embossed cast iron. In ex loco condition. £80 (725)
604. - £80 British Railways POSTER BOARD with “BRITISH RAILWAYS” totem emblem (M) enamel header. Original wooden board with wooden frame. Very good enamel. Good colour & shine. £500 (755)
605. - £100 LMS CARRIAGE RUNNER, in need of a little TLC. Would adorn anyone’s railway room.
606. - £20 SECOND POSTER SECTION – All in very good condition, no tears.

POSTER DR “BELGIUM ITS ART TREASURE”
£20 (755)
607. - £20 POSTER DR “BELGIUM ITS ART TREASURE”£20 (755)
608. - £20 POSTER DR “RED STAR”£120 (876)
609. - £20 POSTER DR “RAIL EXPRESS PARCELS”£60 (755)
610. - £20 POSTER DR “GWR TAKE YOUR HOLIDAYS EARLY”£30 (889)
611. - £20 POSTER DR “GWR YOUR 1946 HOLIDAY”£30 (889)
612. - £20 POSTER DR “DB SEE GERMANY BY RAIL”£20 (862)
613. - £20 POSTER DR “BRITISH RAIL CAR PARK”
614. - £20 POSTER DR “DON’T BE A DAILY POLLUTER”£40 (929)
615. -£20 POSTER DR “ALL YOUR COINS FOR D DAY”£30 (849)
616. - £20 POSTER DR “ MAUDE GOES ELECTRIC”
617. - £20 POSTER DR “INTERCITY MAKES THE GOING EASY TO SCOTLAND”
618. - £20 POSTER DR “SEE A FRIEND THIS WEEKEND”£50 (768)
619. - £20 POSTER DR “SOUTHERN’S PORTSMOUTH LINE GOES INTER-CITY”
620. - £20 POSTER DR “INTER-CITY MAKE THE GOING EASY”£20 (929)
621. - £20 POSTER DR “OPEN DAY AT DIDCOT”£20 (711)
622. - £20 POSTER DR “CORNWALL LAND OF LEGEND”£30 (755)
623. - £20 POSTER DR “PIED PIPER SPECIALS”
624. - £20 POSTER DR “SEE A FRIEND THIS WEEKEND”£50 (929)
625. - £20 POSTER DR “GO INTER-CITY TO LONDON”£20 (929)
626. - £20 POSTER DR “COLLECTORS CORNER”£40 (929)
627. - £20 POSTER DR “BUSINESS EXPRESSIONS 2”£20 (889)
628. - £20 POSTER DR “MUSEUMS OF BRITISH TRANSPORT”£35 (886)
629. - £20 POSTER DR “MUSEUM SPECIAL SUNDAY OPENING”
630. - £20 POSTER DR “MUSEUM OF BRITISH TRANSPORT”
631. - £20 POSTER DR “GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY MUSEUM SWINDON”£30 (867)
632. - £20 POSTER DR “CITY OF STOKE-ON-TRENT GOLDEN JUBILEE”£70 (889)
633. - £20 POSTER DR “MUSEUM OF BRITISH TRANSPORT”
634. - £20 POSTER DR “OPEN FORUM”
635. - £20 POSTER DR “RIDE WITH HIGHWAY MAN TO THE NORTH-EAST”
636. - £20 POSTER DR “BELGIUM BRUGES CITY OF ART”
637. - £20 POSTER DR “BELGIUM BRUSSELS CAPITAL OF EUROPE”
638. - £60 SHEDPLATE “41A” Darnall 1955-1964. Ex GCR depot with an allocation of 100 locos plus. Repainted face, clean back.£60 (738)
639. -£70 SHEDPLATE “9D” Buxton 1935-1963. Ex LNWR depot with an allocation of 55 locos plus. Code transferred to Newton Heath 1963-1968. Repainted face, clean back. £80 (895)
640. - £120 SHEDPLATE “1D” Devons Rd 1948-1963. Ex North London depot with an allocation of approx. 40 locos plus. Repainted face, clean back. £180 (930)
641. - £110 SHEDPLATE “16E” Kirby In Ashfield 1963-1970. Ex MR depot with an allocation of approx. 50 locos, mainly Stanier 8Fs. Repainted face, clean back. £160 (819)
642. - £90 SHEDPLATE “9E” Trafford Park 1950-1968. Repainted. £190 (723)
643. - £120 SHEDPLATE “9G” Northwich 1950-1958, ex CLC depot with an allocation of approx. 40 locos. Code transferred to Gorton in 1958-65, ex GCR depot with an allocation of 110 loco. Rusty condition. £160 (834)
644. - £75 ORIGINAL WATERCOLOUR by G.S Cooper. Depicting Salford bus depot in the late 50s, early 60s. Excellent image. Framed & glazed. Image 18” x 11”.£75 (834)
645. - £200 ABC’s – All in pristine condition, totally unmarked.

ABC COMBINED VOLUME – Winter 1955-56. Excellent condition. Unmarked with original dust cover. Very tight and clean.
£250 (925)
646. - £225 ABC COMBINED VOLUME – Summer 1957. Pristine condition. Unmarked. Tightly bound.SOLD
647. - £75 ABC COMBINED VOLUME – Aircraft 1956”. Excellent condition, unmarked. This ABC is very rare, only a few of this ABC book was produced . Complete with original dust cover. £75 (787)
648. - £30 ABC COMBINED VOLUME “Ships 1957”. Excellent condition, unmarked. Not a common edition. Complete with its original dust cover. £30 (826)
649. - £20 ABC COMBINED VOLUME – 1962/1963. Excellent condition, unmarked. Tightly bound. £45 (858)
650. - £20 ABC COMBINED VOLUME 1964. Excellent condition, unmarked. Tightly bound. £20 (756)
651. - £20 ABC COMBINED VOLUME 1965. Excellent condition, unmarked. Tightly bound.£20 (756)
652. - £20 ABC COMBINED VOLUME 1966. Excellent condition, unmarked. Tightly bound.£50 (800)
653. - £20 ABC COMBINED VOLUME 1971. Excellent condition, unmarked. Tightly bound.£50 (800)
654. - £15 ABC COMBINED VOLUME 1971. Excellent condition, unmarked. Tightly bound.£25 (943)
655. - £25 Two ABC COMBINED VOLUME 1973 & REVISED EDITION. Excellent condition, unmarked. Tightly bound.£80 (800)
656. - £15 ABC COMBINED VOLUME 1974. Excellent condition, unmarked. Tightly bound.£25 (943)
657. - £20 Four ABC REGIONAL BOOKLETS, Midland, Eastern, Western 1962/63, plus First Diesel Booklet 1961. Excellent condition, unmarked. Tightly bound.£20 (907)
658. - £20 Four ABC REGIONAL BOOKLETS, Midland, Eastern 1961/62 and Midland, Western/Southern 1962. Excellent condition, unmarked. Tightly bound.£30 (898)
659. - £20 Five ABC REGIONAL BOOKLETS, Midland 1959, Midland 1963 & 1964, Western/Southern 1963 & 1964. Excellent condition, unmarked. Tightly bound.£40 (774)
660. - £80 Three ABC LOCO SHED BOOKS, Part 2 Southern, Part 3 Midland, Part 4 Eastern 1950/51. Excellent condition, unmarked. Tightly bound.£120 (906)
661. - £50 ABC LOCO SHED BOOK 1954. Excellent condition, unmarked. Tightly bound.£100 (800)
662. - £60 ABC LOCO SHED BOOK 1955. Excellent condition, unmarked. Tightly bound.£100 (800)
663. - £60 ABC LOCO SHED BOOK 1957. Excellent condition, unmarked. Tightly bound.£90 (800)
664. - £100 Four ABC LOCO SHED BOOKS, Spring 1964, Spring 1962, Autumn 1962, Autumn 1964. Excellent condition, unmarked. Tightly bound.£100 (800)
665. - £80 Four ABC LOCO SHED BOOKS, Spring 1963, Summer 1965, Spring 1966, Spring 1967. Excellent condition, unmarked. Tightly bound.£80 (787)
666. - £30 ABC SHED BOOK 1959. Excellent condition, unmarked. Tightly bound.£30 (906)
667. - £70 Four ABC SHED BOOKS, Autumn 1967, 1970, 1974, 1975. Excellent condition, unmarked. Tightly bound.£70 (800)
668. - £45 Four ABC SHED BOOKS 1972, 1973, 1982 First Edition, 1982 Second Edition. Excellent condition, unmarked. Tightly bound.£45 (787)
669. - £40 Two SPOTTERS BOOKS “DALESCROFT MAY 1974, second edition. Rare. Platform 5 1978, second edition. Excellent condition, unmarked. Tightly bound. £40 (800)
670. - £100 SHEDPLATE “31B” March 1950-1973. Ex GER depot with an allocation of approx. 160 locos including 10 B17s and 14 Britannia’s. Repainted condition.£100 (932)
671. - £100 SHEDPLATE “53A” Hull Dairycoates 1948-1960. Ex NER depot with an allocation of approx. 120 locos. Ex loco condition. £140 (820)
672. - £120 SHEDPLATE “35B” Grantham 1948-1958. Ex GER depot with an allocation of approx. 35 locos including 4 A4 Pacifics, 10 A1 Pacifics, 4 A3 Pacifics. Totally ex loco condition.£420 (938)
673. - £120 SHEDPLATE “34G” Finsbury Park 1960-1973. Ex BR depot, home to the Deltics. Totally ex loco condition.
674. - £80 SHEDPLATE “51L” Thornaby 1958-1973. Ex BR depot with an allocation of approx. 100 locos. Repainted condition. £200 (768)
675. - £200 Cast iron sign “GREAT WEST’N & GREAT CENT’L JOINT RY’S NOTICE”, with eleven further lines of text referring to trespass. 30” x 20 7/8”. Repainted face. A rare sign. £380 (731)
676. - £100 L&NWR FINGER BOARD “COLWYN BAY, ABERGELE, RHYL, PRESTATYN, FLINT, CHESTER, CREWE”. With pointed hand, double sided. Probably from Bangor Station or Holyhead. 60” x 6”. V.G.C.£200 (916)
677. - £80 L&YRY NOTICE BOARD wooden with metal letters “WAY OUT”. With pointing hand, double sided. 40” x 16”. V.G.C.

£150 (845)
678. - £350 BR(M) FF enamel STATION FACIA BOARD “SUTTON JUNCTION” with British Railways totem logos to each end. Opened by the Midland Railway in 1850. Located on the Mansfield Branch now Robin Hood Line, situated between Kirkby in Ashfield. Very good colour & shine, has some loss of enamel but in general very good condition . NOTE: The shading on the photo is reflection from the camera only. In two sections, 75” x 20” & 64” x 20”.