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Auction Catalogue
Stafford 13th January 2018

Lot No Description Image Result
1 LNER - Signal Box Nameboard "HERTFORD". Wood with Cast Letters. Original condition. Size 68" x 12". £310
2 BR (ER) Enamel Station Street Direction Sign. "EAST STATION". Size 61 x 33cm. Ex Hertford Station. £320
3 BR (ER) Enamel Station Street Direction Sign. "NORTH STATION". Size 71 x 33cm. Ex Hertford Station. £350
4 G.N.R. - Three Aspect Hand Lamp - Brass Plated "HATFIELD 23". Original condition, complete with vessel & burner. Cromer collection. £220
5 Framed & Glazed Track Diagram from. "LNER - HERTFORD NORTH". Dated 1924. Ex Box condition. £150
6 Alloy Diesel Depot Plaque "CREWE". Depicting the Small Cheshire Cat that was commonly seen affixed to Res - Class 47 Loco's. Ex loco condition. £330
7 Small Alloy "DOUBLE ARROW". Ex Loco condition. Ex Res Class 47 Loco. £100
8 GWR C/I Notice "THIS ACCOMMODATION BRIDGE MUST NOT BE USED BY ANY VEHICLE WITH A TOTAL WEIGHT INCLUDING LOAD EXCEEDING - TEN TONS. Restored condition. Size 22" x 20 1/2". £280
9 A Selection of Seven Original - "1930's SOUTHERN RAILWAYS TIMETABLES".Sold as one Lot.

1. Principal Train Service and Cheap Fares From SEAFORTH. July 8th 1934.
2. Principal Train Service and Cheap Fares From LEWES. July 8th 1934.
3. Principal Train Service and Cheap Fares From LEWES. July 5th 1931.
4. Principal Train Service and Cheap Fares From REDHILL. July 5th 1931.
5. Principal Train Service and Cheap Fares From REDHILL TO REIGATE. July 5th 1931.
6. Principal Train Service and Cheap Fares From HORSHAM. July 16th 1933.
7. Principal Train Service and Cheap Fares From DORKING. July 16th 1933. Printed on cardboard. Good condition.
 
10 B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "FLIXTON". Fully flanged, face drilled. Good condition. £520
11 1960's Alloy Highway Direction Road Sign "B6265 - RIPON - (FOUNTAINS ABBEY) with arrow pointing left. Good condition. £120
12 12" Dial Clock "NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE RAILWAY - T. ARMSTRONG & BROS - MANCHESTER". Ebonised mahogany surround is complete with original dial and brass bezel, the back boxhas one side door and one lower door and retains its LMS brass plate No.8891. This fusee clock is complete with pendulum and winding key and in full working order. Nice original example.  
13 C/I Mile Post "HEATON Jc - 4" Bottom of Base broken off. As removed. Size 60" Tall.  
14 C/I Mile Post "MANORS - 3" Complete as removed. Size 80" Tall.  
15 Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Number plate "1428" As carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 0-4-2T built at Swindon Works in November 1933.Allocations included Reading, Croes Newydd, Landore, Goodwick, Oswestry and Gloucester from where it was withdrawn in June 1959.Cut up at Woodhams Barry 11/60. £1200
16 A Perspex Covered Display Tray containing 35 Brass Pay Checks From the LMS & L&NWR era all from Garston Docks. Good condition. £75
17 B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "KENDAL". Fully flanged. Good condition. £2100
18 1950's Reflective Road Sign - "WARNING TRIANGLE" M arked Royal Label Factory on reverse. All reflectors intact & fitment for fixing to a pole. Nice original item. £160
19 C/I Preworboys Highway Finger Post Finial Top."DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL" Original Condition 16 ins tall. Good door stop!!!!!!! £110
20 Wooden Decorative Wall Coat Hanger Unit with four hooks. Depicting a "NER 4-4-0 Loco and coach". Size 38" x 18". £120
21 C/I Titled Notice "South Eastern & Chatham Cos - Managing Committee". White lettering on a Black background. Restored Condition. Size: 26" x 16". £60
22 C/I Shed Plate "31A" CAMBRIDGE. Restored some time ago. £220
23 Rare Items - Small Square Wooden Box containing a ion of old "FORTH BRIDGE" Glass Lantern Slides. All in good condition.  
24 B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "SQUIRES GATE". Fully flanged. Good condition. £400
25 M S L R - (Mid-Suffolk Light Railway). Three Aspect HAND LAMP - with Two brass plates "MSLR - 8" and "HORHAM". Original condition complete with vessel & burner. Horham is a station on the MSLR. Cromer collection. Extremely Rare survivor!!!! £2100
26 GNRI - Leather Document Bag. Brass engraved "GNRI - AUDIT OFFICE - DUBLIN". Good condition. £60
27 C/I Wagon Registration Plate. "CALEDONIAN RY CO - 26577 - 1919 TO CARRY 10 TONS". Front restored. White on Blue. £120
28 Stoneware - Ginger Beer Bottle Marked "E. EVERETT - CROMER". Good condition. Cromer collection. £70
29 Glass - Embossed Water Bottle Marked. "E. EVERETT - CROMER". Good condition. Cromer collection.  
30 C/I Steam Locomotive Cabside Number plate "9710" As carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 57XX class 0-6-0PT built at Swindon in December 1933. Allocated to Old Oak Common for all its working life it was withdrawn from there in October 1964. Cut up at Cox & Danks, Park Royal. 1/65. Ex loco condition.  
31 Framed & Glazed Sketch Drawing "COUNTRY LOCAL". By DON BRECKON. Size 19" x 16".  
32 Framed & Glazed Sketch Drawing "COUNTRY STATION". By DON BRECKON. Size 19" x 16". £400
33 C/I Titled Notice "London & South Western Rly - Trespassing on Railway". White lettering on a Black background in Restored Condition. Size: 19" x 26".? £120
34 BR (SR) Station Target Enamel Sign "CHISWICK". Good condition.  
35 C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Number plate "42778" As carried by a Hughes designed ex LMS Crab 2-6-0 tender locomotive built at Crewe Works in September 1927. Allocations included Longsight, Birkenhead Mollington St, Stoke, Crewe South, Lancaster Green Ayre, Bolton and Gorton from where it was withdrawn in April 1965.Cut up at the Central Wagon Co, Ince, Wigan 07/65. Front restored. £620
36 Framed & Glazed. G N & N E R Official Train Diagram - depicting the Royal Train carriages and passengers, including the King and Queen and dignitaries, commencing Wednesday 13th June 1917. Includes details of carriage lengths and who would be travelling in each one. £45
37 Framed & Glazed. G N & G C R Official Time Table of the "SPECIAL TRAIN CONVEYING THE KING & QUEEN TO IMMINGHAM DOCK AND BACK". On Monday 22nd July 1912. £50
38 Framed & Glazed. Official Time Table of the "SPECIAL TRAIN CONVEYING QUEEN VICTORIA". From Windsor to Ballater on the 21st and 22nd May 1895.Showing her travel times and mileages along four different Railway Companies during those two days. £45
39 Modern image - Northern Rail Station Sign. "ALTRINCHAM". Ex Stores. £40
40 Chromed Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "BRCW- SMETHWICK, ENGLAND - Works No DEL 145 - 1961. As carried by a Class 33 D6553 becoming 33 035. Front restored.  
41 1940's Steel Watering Can Embossed "GWR". No leaks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! £40
42 Framed & Glazed Carriage Print. "STOKESAY". Nr Craven Arms, Shropshire.  
43 A Selection of four Devonshire Police Constabulary items consisting of 1. Police Leather Belt. 2. Truncheon. 3. Buttons. 4. Handcuffs. All from the Exeter Area.  
44 Alloy Round Single Line Tablet. "SWAFFHAM STATION - NARBOROUGH -16". Good condition. Cromer collection. £170
45 Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "7014" As carried by a Collett Castle Class 4-6-0 loco named "CAERHAYS CASTLE". Built Swindon 7/48. Allocations included 82C Swindon, 82A Bristol Bath Rd, 87E Landore, 82B St Philips Marsh, 81A Old Oak Common, 2B Oxley, 2A Tyseley from where it was withdrawn 2/65. Cut up at Cashmore's Great Bridge 5/65. Ex loco condition. £3000
46 C/I Titled Notice "Great Western Rly - Rights of Way Act 1932". White lettering on a Black background in Restored Condition. Size: 25" x 16". £70
47 Pair of Crewe Station - Ticket Office - Perspex Signs "TICKETS FOR STOKE" & "TICKETS FOR CHESTER". Size 24" x 8". As removed. £45
48 B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "CHARING CROSS" Fully flanged. Good condition. £700
49 Alloy Single Line Key Token "DRWS-Y-NANT - BONTNEWYDD". From the Great Western Railway route Ruabon to Dolgelley with running powers to Barmouth. £420
50 NB / LNER - Extremely Rare Metal Steam Locomotive Splasher named "LAIRD O' MONKBARNS" As carried by Reid designed NBR/LNER 4-4-0 D30/2 class locomotive No 62421 built by Cowlairs Works in April 1914. Allocated to Edinburgh St. Margarets Shed all its working life it was withdrawn from there in June 1960. Cut up at Cowlairs works 08/60. This is a unique historical survivor and no doubt would be of great interest to our enthusiasts north of the border. Original Ex Loco condition. Purchased by the vendor in August 1961 while visiting Cowlairs Works, he was amazed to see it laying against a load more scrap metal and asked someone in the office if he could buy it ?..They charged him 10/- Shillings!!!!!!! That was 56 years ago.  
51A C/I Mile Post Top "MANORS - 11" Top only. Size 14" x 12". Unrestored. £200
51B C/I Mile Post Top "BEDL n - 3". Top only. Size 14" x 12". Unrestored. £110
52 C/I BR Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "7022". As carried by an ex BR Collett designed 4-6-0 Castle Class. Locomotive named "HEREFORD CASTLE". Built at Swindon in 1949. Allocations included 86C Cardiff Canton, 85C Hereford, 85A Worcester and 85B Gloucester Horton Rd from where it was withdrawn in June 1965, Cut up at R.S.Hayes of Bridgend in October 1965. In Ex Loco condition. Nice example!!!!!  
53 C/I Shed Plate "55G" HUDDERSFIELD. Ex Loco condition. £240
54 C/I LNWR Notice. "PRESSURE S.V. 11Ft - TO No 8 - CAPSTAN. Ex Broad Street Stn, London. As removed.  
55 G.E.R. - Three Aspect Sliding Knob Hand Lamp. Stamped "NORTH WALSHAM - 14". Original condition complete with vessel & burner. Cromer collection. £310
56 NER C/I Boundary Marker "NER". Restored condition. 42" Tall. £60
57 Brass Round Single Line Tablet "SNETTISHAM - HEACHAM - No 4. Good condition. Cromer collection. £480
58 C/I Road Sign "UNADOPTED". Size 25" - 4 1/4". As removed. £210
59A C/I Boundary Marker "GNR". Restored condition. 34" Tall. £65
59B NER C/I Boundary Marker "A". Restored condition. 24" Tall. £50
60 Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "4535". As carried by a Collett ex GWR 2-6-2T locomotive built at Swindon 4/13. Allocation included Bristol Bath Road for most of its working life it was withdrawn from there in 2/55. Cut up Swindon Works. Front Polished, still showing all the boiler stamping in the top and bottom rim. Nice example!!  
61 1970's Alloy Road Sign" PASSING PLACE". Double sided. Has fitment for pole, nice original item. £40
62 BR (ER) Unflanged Enamel Station Doorplate. "STAFF ONLY". Size "18 x 3 1/2". Good Condition. £80
63 C/I Un Titled Great Western Railways - Notice "Beware of Trains". White lettering on a Black background in Restored Condition. Size: 33" x 19". £135
64 Alloy Flame Cut Number Panel "47844". As removed condition. Size approx. 30" x 30". £60
65 Diesel Locomotive Worksplate. "G.M. LOCOMOTIVE GROUP - MANUFACTURED AT LONDON, CANADA. As carried by 66 120. Ex Loco condition. £240
66 NER C/I Mile Marker "1/4". Complete on a cast iron post. As removed condition. Size 64" Tall. £40
67 Pair of NER C/I Mile Marker Tops "1/2 & 3/4". Restored condition. £60
68 C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Number plate "3664" As carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 57xx Class 0-6-0PT built at Swindon Works in February 1940.Allocations included Tyseley, Wolverhampton Stafford Rd and Aberbeeg from where it was withdrawn in May 1964.Cut up at Cashmores, Newport, South Wales 07/64. Front restored. £320
69 C/I NER Small Rectangular "1" Arch Number. As removed. £40
70 BR (ER) Station Totem Enamel sign "DAGENHAM EAST" Half Flanged. Good condition. £850
71 BR (ER) Station Totem Enamel sign "DAGENHAM HEATHWAY" Half Flanged. Good condition. £750
72 BR (WR) F/F Enamel Station Sign "LADIES WAITING ROOM". Size 24" x 18". In Good Condition. £100
73 C/I - GE / LNER Station Seat Back Sign. "ROYDON". Front restored. Size 60.5 x 11 cm. £450
74 BR (ER) Enamel Station Fascia Sign "ROYDON" Un - Flanged. Size 183 x 61cm. £250
75 FIRST OF THE CLASS - C/I Steam Locomotive Cabside Number plate "9600" As carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 57xx Class 0-6-0PT built at Swindon works in February 1945.Allocations included Swindon, Bristol St. Philips Marsh, Aberdare, Neath and Newport Ebbw Jct from where it was withdrawn in September 1965.It was purchased by the NCB soon after and worked at Merthyr Vale Colliery until 1975 when it was purchased for preservation and moved to Tyseley Locomotive works where it still resides. £640
76 C/I Titled Notice "Southern Rly - Warning not to Trespass". White lettering on a Black background in Restored Condition. Size: 16" x 24 1/2". £60
77 C/I Wagon Registration Plate. "F R Ry Co - No 752 - 1912 - TO CARRY 10 TONS". Front restored. £130
78 Steel Single Line Key Token "BONTNEWYDD - DOLGELLEY". From the Great Western Railway route Ruabon to Dolgelley with running powers to Barmouth. £420
79 L N W R. Signal Repeater. The case is marked L & N W Ry Electrical Dept. Crewe No. 3799. Label inside Date Tested 14 -7 - 44and is in working order. £170
80 Alloy Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "COUNTY OF WEST GLAMORGAN - SIR GORLLEWIN MORGANNWG". As carried by a Class 37 No 37 899. Ex Loco condition. £2000
80A Railway Coach - Brass Step Tread "BUILT BR WORKSHOPS". Good condition.  
80B Pair Of LMS Black 5 Steam loco brass "WATER GAUGE PROTECTORS". All complete in excellent condition. £130
80C A Pair of Small Brass Whistles. 1. LN&WR 1875 RAILWAY POLICE WHISTLE 2. SHUNTING WHISTLE. Used by Mr Elson, chief shunter at Burton – on – Trent, Retired 1921. Both in excellent condition, within a display box. £100
80D C/I Oval Diesel Locomotive Worksplate. “BUILT 1952 DERBY”. Front restored. Built that year 08 Shunters D3000 – D3014. £100
81 BR (M) Wooden Carriage Board. "DERBY - LONDON". Size 32" x 3". £80
82 SWT - Modern Image Station Sign "BOURNEMOUTH". As removed condition. Size: 83" x 12". £140
83 BR (SR) Station Target Enamel Sign "REIGATE". Good condition. £700
84 Framed & Glazed Q/R Poster. "RIVER FINDHORN". Near Forres. By Jack Merriott. £100
85 Diesel Locomotive Worksplate. "G.M.LOCOMOTIVE GROUP - MANUFACTURED AT VALENCIA, SPAIN. As carried by 67 004. Ex Loco condition. £520
86 JERSEY RAILWAY - Three Aspect Hand Lamp. Embossed "JR" complete with vessel & burner. Original condition. A rare survivor!!!!!!!!! £200
87 C/I Titled Notice "Midland Rly - Notice PRIVATE FOOT PATH". White lettering on a Black background in Restored Condition. Size: 13½" x 20½". ? £80
88 B.R. (WR) Station Totem Enamel Sign "GERRARDS CROSS". Half flanged. Good condition.  
89 Southern Railway Mahogany Block Bell and Brass Indicator. Ex Box condition. £110
90 Brass Steam locomotive Cabside Number plate "2123" As carried by a Wm Dean designed ex GWR 2021 class 0-6-0 PT built at Wolverhampton Works in March 1903.Allocated to Cardiff East Dock for most of its working life it was withdrawn from there in October 1952.Cut up at Swindon works before the end of the year. Front Polished. £2000
91 The Following Lots are a ion of "Londonderry and Lough Swilly Railway Items". Original drawing for G.N.R.I. for Railcar "A". Railcar A was the first railcar to enter service with GNRI in July 1932. This unit had seats for 32 passengers and could be driven from either end. Power was supplied by a 6 cylinder AEC engine. It developed 130HP and had a maximum speed of 50 mph on level track. This railcar remained in service until 1964. £150
92 C/I Coach Plate - This plate is from one of the initial carriages on the Lough Swilly Railway. 22 of these carriages were bought between 1884 and 1889, from Railway Carriage Co Ltd of Oldbury. These carriages were 31ft 9in in length and had 6 wheels on 3 axles arranged on the Cleminson principle, to accommodate the charpe curves on the system. Nice Restored condition. Extremely Rare example!!............Never seen in a UK Auction before. £360
93 Two Extremely Rare Printing Plates. These engraved copper plates are for producing company headed paper. One plate is for "Londonderry & Lough Swilly Railway Company". It has a steam train logo and has spaces for the signatures 2 directors and a secretary. The plate is 8.125 in by 2.5 in. The other is for "Lough Swilly and Letterkenny Railway". Their plate also dates the paper with 188... The plate is 5 in by 2.5625in £180
94 Rare & Historic - Brass Engraved Motor Launch Plate, Named "ABERFOYLE". This Original Registration plate came off the US Navy launch that was acquired by the Lough Swilly Railway, for the Fahan to Rathmullan ferry service that the company ran in conjunction with their train service. This launch came into service in 1947. It was the second vessel on the service to bear the name Aberfoyle. The first came into service in 1913 and operated for 2 years before being requisitioned by the navy. It never returned. Size 6.5in x 2.25in.  
95 Irish Brass Oval Steam Locomotive Combination Worksplate and Cabside Numberplate. "HUDSWELL CLARKE & CO LTD - RAILWAY FOUNDRY - LEEDS. No 5 - No 985 - 1912" As carried by a 3ft Gauge 4-8-4 Loco. This plate came off No 5 Engine that operated on the Londonderry and Lough Swilly Railway, in North West Ireland, between 1912 and 1953. This was a narrow gauge, (3ft) system. This engine and her sister unit were the only 4.8.4 engines operating in the British Isles. The two engines were also the most powerful narrow gauge engines, almost as powerful as standard gauge units. No 5 was the last engine to run on the Swilly system as it was used on the lifting train in 1953. It was used for this purpose as it was the only one with sufficient water capacity for the job. The plate is brass, 61cm x 41cm and weighs approx. 13Kg. Never been offered in Auction before - A Unique opportunity to acquire this stunning example of a Rare and Historical Combination. Also accompanying this lot is a 1910 Copy of the Railway Magazine. NEVER BEEN OFFERED IN A UK RAILWAYANA AUCTION BEFORE. NEVER BEEN OFFERED IN A UK RAILWAYANA AUCTION BEFORE. Also accompanying this lot is a 1910 Copy of the Railway Magazine. £4200
96 M.R.N.C.C. Guards Watch. Circa 1910. This watch was used on the Midland Railway line, between Belfast and Londonderry. The Back is stamped "M.R.N.C.C. No 56". A nice example in full working order. £280
97 Rare & Historic - Edmondson Wooden Ticket Cabinet with two opening front doors with 100's of Specific Multiple Tickets from the early 1900s. This Cabinet was used in the Londonderry Station of the Londonderry and Lough Swilly Railway. What a rare survivor!!!!!!!!!!! £580
98 Railway Guard's Whistle. (The Thunderer) Stamped on the side casing "G.N.R.I."??Working order!!!!!!!!!!!!! £110
99 The original drawing by GNRI of the general arrangement of Railcar "A". The drawing is dated May 1932.

A framed colour photo of Railcar No19. County Donegal Railway Joint Committee. 1930s.

A printout showing some history of railcar development in Ireland. This is for background information only.

A framed B&W photo of LNER Class A1 4-6-2 No 2547. "Doncaster". 1932.

2 Different L&LSR Postcards. Early 1900s.

L&LSR Company cheque to Cammell Laird. June 1914.

Letter from John Kelly, (Coal Importers) to L&LSR quoting the cost of coal delivered to Fahan. There are comments by L&LSR rep at the bottom.

17 L&LSR Letter stamps, plus 1 L&LSR Newspaper parcel stamp.

a. Large Red, 1898, 2d. 2 stamps (vertical pair) 2 stamps (horizontal pair) and one single stamp.
b. Small Red, 1889, 2d. 4 stamps (block of 4)
c. Light Blue, 1891, 1d. 4 stamps (block of 4)
d. Dark Blue, 1891, 1d. 4 stamps (block of 4)
e. 1 single Newspaper parcel stamp 1d.

A price list from David Feldman, Dublin, dated 1973, detailing Ireland Railway stamps. For Information.

A copy of "The Donegal Annual, 1952" This contains an article on the railways of Donegal. L&LSR included.

A holiday brochure issued by L&LSR in 1935 for 1 weeks touring Donegal and area. Full accommodation and travel. Cost £4 9s 6d !!!
 
100 GWR - Brass Steam Locomotive Nameplate "PRINCESS MARY" As carried by a Churchward designed Star Class ex GWR 4-6-0 locomotive number "4046". Built at Swindon works in May 1914. Works No 2572. Allocations included Shrewsbury from where it was withdrawn in November 1951.Cut up at Swindon Works. Superb example!!! Ex loco condition. £7200
101 BR (ER) Enamel Station Running - In - Board Sign "BAYFORD" Un - Flanged. Size 183 x 40.5 cm.  
102 C/I Titled Notice "Great Central Rly - Beware of the Trains". White lettering on a Black background in Restored Condition. Size: 14½" x 26½.? £150
103 B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem "LEE FOR BURNT ASH" Half flanged. Ex Station condition. This potentially Unique Totem now being offered at our Stafford Auction has not only never been offered in a UK Auction before but also was never known to have had the lettering "FOR BURNT ASH" in the bottom panel. Another rare find!!!!!!! £8000
104 Lucas "KING OF THE ROAD" Vehicle Lamp. Nice original condition. £50
105 Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Number plate" 4156" As carried by a Collett designed 2-6-2T built at Swindon works in August 1947.Allocated to Severn Tunnel Jct and Newport Ebbw Jct it was withdrawn from the latter in June 1965.Cut up at Woodham Bros Barry in July 1980. Front restored. £620
106 Alloy Round Single Line Tablet. "TRIMINGHAM - MUNDESLEY NORTH - No11. Good condition. Cromer collection. £510
107 BR (W) Station Enamel Sign. "PULLMAN CAR B". Size 14" x 12". Good condition. £330
108 FIRST OF THE CLASS - C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Number plate "5800" As carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 0-4-2-T built at Swindon Works in January 1933.Allocated to Swindon throughout its working life it was withdrawn from there in July 1958.Cut up at Swindon Works 10/58. £650
109 A Selection of Brass Signal Box Lever Plates. Midland Rly - Small Type Brass Signal Lever Plates. Numbers 5, 6, 16, 26, 28. Size 4" x 1". Lightly Polished. Along with a Midland Rly - Brass Signal Lever Plate. "SIGNAL FROM No 1 RECEPTION LINE". Size 5" x 4". Lightly Polished. £140
110 B.R. (WR) Station Totem Enamel Sign "TAPLOW". Fully flanged example. Nice condition.  
111 C/I Shed Plate "2A" RUGBY. Face restored. £150
112 Framed & Glazed B/W Official Photo showing Class 40 Locomotive Number "D299 ON THE ROYAL SCOT" Size 22" x 18". £30
113 8"Dial clock with mahogany back box and dialsurround the back box has one side door, one lower door and LNER instruction's for regulating this clock. The dial is marked LNER 12424 and is complete with its brass bezel. This clock is in working order complete with cranked winding key. Some paint loss on the clock face but still in its original condition. £250
114 BR (M) 1960's Black and White Station Enamel Sign. "STAFFORD". Good condition. Size 42" x 8". £100
115 A Superb Brass Hand Built 3 1/4 Gauge Live Steam "ATLANTIC" 4-4-2 Locomotive along with it 6 Wheel Tender. Purchased in 1974 as a working Loco. The boiler certificate has expired. A very nice example indeed!!!!!! £1000
116 C/I Oval Diesel Worksplate. "BUILT 1959 CREWE". As carried by a 08 Shunter Ex D3733 becoming 08 566. Ex Loco condition. £100
117 C/I "D" Wagon Registration Plate. "B745084 -10 TONS - BARASSIE 1971 - LOT NO 3758". One of only 62 wagons built. Restored. £40
118 BR (ER) Station Totem Enamel sign "BECONTREE" Half Flanged. Good condition. £700
119 BR (M) Station Enamel Sign. "PASSENGERS MUST CROSS THE LINE BY THE BRIDGE" Good condition. Size 36" x 18". Ex Kimberley Station. £150
120 Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Number plate "1651" As carried by a Hawksworth designed 0-6-0 PT built at Swindon Works in December 1954.Allocations included only Llanelly and Swansea Paxton St from where it was withdrawn in October 1965.Cut up at Cashmore's Newport, South Wales 02/66. Ex Loco condition. £650
121 G.W.R. - Three Aspect Hand Lamp. Stamped "GWR". Complete with vessel & burner. Original condition. £60
122 BR (S) Station Enamel Sign. "TRAINS FOR LEWISHAM - LONDON BRIDGE - CANNON ST - WATERLOO AND CHARING CROSS". With Arrow pointing left. Good condition. Size 60" x 17". £640
123A Large Steel Equipment Plate. "ENGLISH ELECTRIC". Size 34" x 5". As removed. £45
123B Small Steel Equipment Plate. "ENGLISH ELECTRIC". Size 16" x 2 1/4". As removed. £30
124 1970's Era Plastic Notice. "CREWE DIESEL DEPOT". Size 21" x 3". Ex Crewe North. £35
125 LNER Wall Lamp Vessel and Glass only. Plated "LNER RUSKINGTON". Good condition. £60
126 Great Eastern Railway - Small POLICE LAMP Plated "HADLEIGH - 3" and Stamped "GER". All complete with vessel and burner. Rare example. £520
127 BR (ScR) Enamel Station Doorplate. "STAFF ONLY". Size "18 x 3 1/2". Good Condition. £100
128 C/I Titled Notice "Lancashire & Yorkshire Rly - Notice Trespass". White lettering on a Black background in Restored Condition. Size: 21½" x 32". £90
129 C/I Shed Plate "10C" PATRICROFT. Front restored. £140
130 BR (ER) Station Totem Enamel sign "UPMINSTER BRIDGE" Half Flanged. Good condition.  
131 BR (ER) Enamel Station Running - In - Board Sign "UPMINSTER" Un - Flanged. Size 10.5" x 20". Very nice condition and properly mounted on a wooden frame. £160
132 Enamel Adverting Sign. "19 MEDALS AWARDED - VICKER'S INK'S". Size 12" x 8". £120
133 Framed & Glazed Official Map of "MANCHESTER DISTRICT" by the Railway Clearing House 1926. Size 24" x 18". £70
134 BR (M) Station Enamel Sign. "TICKETS". Good condition. Size 24" x 18". £130
135 Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "2950". As carried by a GWR 4-6-0 Saint Class named "TAPLOW COURT" Built at Swindon Works in May 1912. Withdrawn from 82A Bristol Bath Road shed in September 1952. Cut up Swindon 1953. . Front restored. £2000
136 BR (ER) Station Totem Enamel sign "HORNCHURCH" Half Flanged. Good colour and shine. £1100
137 BR (ER) Signalbox Enamel "MAIN YARD CONTROL TOWER". Very good condition. Size 60" x 12". Ex Tinsley Marshalling Yard.  
138 BR (ER) Signalbox Enamel "MAIN YARD (WEST END)". Very good condition. Size 60" x 12". Ex Tinsley Marshalling Yard.  
139 BR (ER) Signalbox Enamel "EXPRESS FREIGHT YARD". Very good condition. Size 60" x 12". Ex Tinsley Marshalling Yard.  
140 STEAM LOCOMOTIVE NAMEPLATE "CAEN" with its integral Royal Engineer Crest above. This fine cast brass set was carried by an Austerity 0-6-0ST with inside cylinders, War Dept. No 75032, built by Hunslet as works No 2884, becoming Longmoor Military Railway Loco No 102 in 1962 and withdrawn in 1967. Front restored.  
141 A Pair of Midland Railway Steel Destination Signs. "MANCHESTER - DERBY". Double sided. Size 34 1/2" x 3 1/4. Good condition. £60
142 BR (SR) Station Target Enamel Sign "SIDCUP". Good condition. £230
143 C/I Titled Notice "Great Western & London Midland & Scottish Rlys Joint Committee - Trespass" Nine lines of text. White lettering on a Black background in Restored Condition. Size: 21 1/2" x 26 1/2". £140
144 C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Number plate "44385" As carried by a Fowler designed ex MR/LMS 0-6-0 tender locomotive built at the North British Locomotive Co, Glasgow in October 1926.Allocations included Workington, Stoke and Crewe South from where it was withdrawn in August 1959.Cut up at Derby works in the same month. Front restored. £440
145 Special Historic Item. We are Privileged to have the opportunity to offer this Historic Item today. The lot comprises a box within a box. The inner box is made of Solid Silver with Hallmarks for 1881 and contains a portion of the "FIRST SOD DUG AT THE COMMENCMENT OF THE HULL - BARNSLEY - AND WEST RIDING JUNCTION RAILWAY AND DOCK COMPANY ON THE 15TH JANUARY 1881". The outer engine turned and embellished box has an inscription inside the lid to this affect. The Box was presented to John Fisher JP Sheriff of Kingston Upon Hull at that time. The Silver Gilt box is presented in a Small Velveteen Draw String Bag. A unique opportunity to acquire a stunning rarity!!!!!!! £540
146 Alloy Single Line Key Token "DRWS-Y-NANT - GARNEDDWEN". From the Great Western Railway route Ruabon to Dolgelley with running powers to Barmouth. Garneddwen is the summit of the line some 750 feet above sea level. This was a short section. £340
147 North British Pattern - Three Aspect Bull's Eye Glass - Hand Lamp Stamped "N B - LONGTOWN - 21105". Complete with vessel & burner. Original condition, £420
148 B.R. (WR) Station Totem Enamel Sign "DIDCOT". Fully flanged. Some minor face repairs otherwise good condition. £650
149 BR (S) Signalbox Enamel "BRAMLEY". Very good condition. Size 54" x 12". £400
150 FIRST OF THE CLASS - Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Number plate "3200". As carried by Ex GWR Collett 0-6-0 Locomotive built Swindon 1946. Allocated new to Portmadoc in 1946, Machynlleth (89C) in 1950, its last shed was Templecombe (71H) from where it was withdrawn in in Jan 1965. Cut up Swindon 4/65. Front restored.  
151 FIRST OF THE CLASS - C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "3200". As carried by Ex GWR Collett 0-6-0 Locomotive built Swindon 1946. Allocated new to Portmadoc in 1946, Machynlleth (89C) in 1950, its last shed was Templecombe (71H) from where it was withdrawn in in Jan 1965. Cut up Swindon 4/65. Ex-loco condition.  
152 S.R. Sunshine Letters Station Enamel "ROAD SERVICES - IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE - SOUTHERN RAILWAY". Size 26" x 5". Excellent condition.  
153 C/I Star Shaped Wagon Registration Plate. S.R. - 740A - AUG.1930". Restored condition. £200
154 C/I Star Shaped Wagon Registration Plate. F. R. Co - 922A - JAN 1917". Restored condition. £75
155 Alloy Electric Locomotive Worksplate. "BRUSH TRACTION No 1080 - 1994". As carried by a Class 92 019. Ex Loco condition. £650
156 Steel Railway Track Gauge - Stamped "JUNE 23th 1923". Good condition. £25
157 L.N.E.R. Station Wall Lamp Glass Name "HERTINGFORDBURY". Closed line between Welwyn City - Hertford. Closed to passengers in the 1950's, to good's in the 60's. Sadly broken in two pieces. Rare survivor!!!!!! £130
158 Brass Oval 9 X 5 Steam Locomotive Worksplate "LNER - 1929 - 1897 GATESHEAD WORKS". New to traffic as a NER Q Class Loco. Allocations included Carlisle, Gateshead, Stratford, Neville Hill, Selby, Scarborough, Selby. Withdrawn 5/11/38.  
159 BR (E) Enamel station Totem Sign. "CLARE". Half Flanged. Excellent condition. £2400
160 G.E.R Wooden Framed Waiting Room Glass Mirror Marked "GER 99". Size 107cm x 83cm. From Rye House. £100
161 BR (SR) Station Target Enamel Sign "BASINGSTOKE". Some face chips. Otherwise good condition.  
162 Wooden Framed Track Gradient Diagram from "WHITLINGHAM - CROMER". As removed condition. Size 26½" x 9½".  
163 BR (ER) Fully Flanged Enamel Station Doorplate. "PRIVATE". Size "18 x 3 1/2". Good Condition. £120
164 Framed & Glazed Official GWR Poster. "WINDSOR CASTLE". With Ivorine title plate. Showing a view of the Castle across the river. Good condition. £150
165 C/I Steam Locomotive Cabside Number Plate "6639" As carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 56xx Class 0-6-02T built at Swindon Works in September 1928.Allocations included Newport Ebbw Jct, Severn Tunnel Jct, Swindon, Radyr, Llantrisant and Leamington Spa from where it was withdrawn in October 1963.Cut up at Birds Morriston, South Wales 5/64. £430
166 Alloy Round Single Line Tablet. "EAST WINCH - SWAFFHAM - No1. Good condition. Cromer collection. £170
167 Alloy Oval Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "BRUSH SULZER - No 623 - 1967 - ENGLAND. As carried by D1961 - becoming 47 515. Last Works number of the batch built at Brush. One of only 3 Locos that carried a 1967 builder's plate. Ex Loco condition. £1300
168 B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "CLAPHAM JUNCTION" Fully flanged. Good condition.  
169 C/I Shed Plate "26F" PATRICROFT. From 2/58 to 9/9/63 then becoming 9H until closed 1/7/68. Front restored. £160
170 Alloy Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "HENRY THE NAVIGATOR". As carried by a Cross Country Super Voyager No 221 125. As removed condition. £1000
171 B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "PATRICROFT". Fully flanged. Good condition.  
172 C/I Steam Loco Water Capacity Plate. "GWR 2347 - 3500 GALLONS - SWINDON". Front restored. £150
173 C/I Titled Notice "Great Western Railway - Beware of Trains". White lettering on a Black background in Restored Condition. Size: 23 1/2" x 15 1/2". Rare Pattern. £65
174 BR (M) Double Sided Wooden Carriage Board. "BLACKPOOL NORTH - PRESTON". Size 28" x 3". As removed. £180
175 Four items of Silver Ware in one lot. 1. Coffee Pot. 2. Tea Pot. 3. Water jug. 4. Serving Terrine. £50
176 C/I Shed Plate "41C" SHEFFIELD MILLHOUSES. Restored condition. £175
177 Wooden Birmingham City Transport Tram Car Destination Box and Blind. Both are ex Moseley Road, Balsall Heath depot (closed in1949). The original operating handle is included.Working condition. £580
178 B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "CAMDEN ROAD" Fully flanged. Good condition. £600
179 A Set of (10) 7" Diameter Ceramic Small Plates. Company stamped. "MELTON CONSTABLE RAILWAY INSTITUTE". Good condition. £120
180 An Extremely Rare - GWR C/I Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "GWR 1392" As carried by a 4-4-0T. Built by the Yorkshire Engine Company in 1871 for the Neath & Brecon Railway, numbered No. 5, rebuilt in 1898 with a cab fitted, then got absorbed by the GWR in 1923, from when it was re-numbered GWR 1392. The loco only remained in service in GWR Stock for three years and was then withdrawn. £2250
181 BR (W) Wooden Train Destination Board "SWINDON - OLD OAK COMMON. As removed condition. £110
182 Alloy Diesel Depot Plaque. "CREWE CAT". Depicting the Cheshire Cat. Ex Loco condition. £420
183 BR (ER) Enamel Signalbox Name Board. "ST. MARGARETS" Un - Flanged. Size 216 x 26.5 cm. £420
184 C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Number plate "5027" As carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 4-6-0 Castle class tender locomotive named "FARLEIGH CASTLE" built at Swindon Works in May 1934.Allocations included Old Oak Common, Chester West, Wolverhampton Stafford Road, Bristol Bath Road, Carmarthen and Llanelly from where it was withdrawn in November 1962.Cut up at Cashmore's Great Bridge 09/63. £1250
185 B.R "LION OVER WHEEL" Transfer mounted on a back board. £45
186 S.R. Enamel Station Poster Header. "SOUTHERN RAILWAY". Dark blue lettering on a white background. Two pieces mounted on a wooden board. Size 53" x 6". £130
187 A GWR Large "POCKET WATCH". In full working order. £210
188 M & G N - Three Aspect Hand Lamp. Brass Plated "RUNTON WEST - 1950 - M&GN". Also stamped M & GN on the side casing. Complete with vessel & burner. Original condition. Cromer collection. £850
189 Brass Round Single Line Tablet "SHERINGHAM - RUNTON JCT - No3". Good condition. Cromer collection. £600
190 Alloy Steam Locomotive Headboard "THE TYNESIDER" As carried by the King's Cross to Newcastle Sleeping Car Train. The service started on the 5th June 1950 and lasted until 4th May 1968. Cast into the rear are other names of other Famous Named Train Express Headboard services. This impressive headboard is in Ex-Loco condition as from the last days of service. This is the first early version without its shield. £2500
191 Alloy Electric Locomotive Plaque. "LION OVER WHEEL" Ex 83003. Acquired by the vendor with a scrap note while working in Crewe Works. Clean condition still showing signs of BR Blue paint to the rear. £720
192 Electric Locomotive Worksplate. "AEI - 1960". As carried by a class 81 - E3010 - becoming 81 008. Restored condition. Not common!!!!!!! £1200
193 B.R. ScR Station Totem Enamel Sign "WHITECRAIGS". Fully flanged. Good condition.  
194 Alloy Single Line Key Token "LLANUWCHLLYN - DRWS-Y-NANT". From the Great Western Railway route Ruabon to Dolgelley with running powers to Barmouth. This was the long section when Garneddwen was switched out.  
195 Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Number plate "5062" As carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 4-6-0 Castle Class locomotive named " EARL OF SHAFTESBURY" built at Swindon works in June 1937.Allocations included Wolverhampton Stafford Road, Newton Abbot, Exeter, Taunton, Bristol Bath Road, Swindon, Landore and Llanelly from where it was withdrawn in August 1962.Cut up at R.S.Hayes, Bridgend 12/62. £2500
196 C/I Titled Notice "Great Central Rly - Trespass". White lettering on a Black background in Restored Condition. Size: 12" x 20". £95
197 C/I Oval Wagon Registration Plate. "N.B. Ry Co - COWLAIRS - 1921 - TO CARRY 15 TONS". Mounted on a wooden base. Front restored. Black & white. £160
198 C/I Wagon Registration Plate. "N. B. RY Coy - No 25889 - 1914 - TO CARRY 12 TONS". Front restored. Black & Yellow. £120
199 Extremely Rare - B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "CHAPEL-EN-LE-FRITH CENTRAL" Fully flanged. Excellent condition. £1350
200 Superb Brass Steam Locomotive Nameplate "FLYING DUTCHMAN" As carried by a Riddles designed BR Britannia Class 4-6-2 No "70018" Built at Crewe Works in June 1951.Allocations included Old Oak Common, Cardiff Canton, Carlisle Canal, Longsight, Crewe North, Crewe South, Carlisle Upperby and Carlisle Kingmoor from where it was withdrawn in December 1966.Cut up at Motherwell Machinery & Scrap, Wishaw, near Motherwell 05/67. A wonderful opportunity to own this first time in auction iconic plate. Ex Loco condition. Arguably one of the best names in the class! £14000
201 C/I Oval Steam Locomotive Worksplate "BUILT 1951 CREWE". As fitted to the Britannia Class Loco's. Restored condition. £420
202 C/I Shed Plate "86C" CARDIFF CANTON. Restored condition.  
203 C/I Shed Plate "SC" Self-Cleaning. (86C). Restored condition. £100
204 C/I Shed Plate "5A" CREWE NORTH. Restored condition. £220
205 C/I Shed Plate "12A" CARLISLE KINGMOOR. Restored condition. £210
206 A Superb Boxed O Gauge Model of "70018 FLYING DUTCHMAN". This model has been professionally hand built and is a wonderful a compliment to the Loco Nameplate offered to day.  
207 Reproduction C/I Smokebox Number Plate "70018". Now concluding the ion of items associated with the Flying Dutchman nameplate collection. £200
208 Alloy Single Line Key Token "LLANGOLLEN GOODS JCN - DEESIDE LOOP". From the Great Western Railway route Ruabon to Dolgelley with running powers to Barmouth. This was a short section. Ex box condition. £220
209 BR (S) Enamel Station Doorplate. "PRIVATE". Size 18" x 3 1/2". Mounted on wood. Good Condition. £100
210 Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Number plate "2865" As carried by a Churchward designed ex GWR 2-8-0 tender locomotive built at Swindon Works in July 1918.Allocations included Salisbury, Oxley, Stourbridge Jct, Swindon, Newport Ebbw Jct, Cardiff canton and Severn Tunnel Jct from where it was withdrawn in January 1963.Cut up at Swindon Works 02/63.  
211 LNER - Double Sided 'Horseshoe' Station Lamp Enamel. "CROMER". Good condition. Cromer Collection. Extremely Rare!!!!!!!!!!! £330
212 C/I Shed Plate "87B" DUFFRYN YARD. Ex Loco condition. £180
213 B.R. (WR) Station Totem Enamel Sign "WEST RUISLIP". Fully flanged. Good condition  
214 Q/R Poster. LMS - LNER "ROYAL EDINBURGH". By Fred Taylor. £280
215 Q/R Poster. "MANCHESTER - KNUTSFORD - CHESTER". 1970's Timetable Poster. £60
216 Q/R Poster. "NORTHERN IRELAND SEVEN DAYS CAREFREE TOUR". Summer 1952.  
217 Q/R Poster. "BR SEND YOUR PARCELS BY RAIL SPEEDY TRANSIT". £30
218 Q/R Poster. "BR TRAIN DEPARTURES PETERBOROUGH NORTH". June 18th - Sept 23rd 1951. £110
219 BR (SR) Station Target Enamel Sign "NORBURY". Good condition. £300
220 Steel Single Line Key Token "DOLGELLEY - PENMAENPOOL". From the ex-Cambrian Railways route between Dolgelley and Barmouth Junction. Ex box condition.  
221 C/I Titled Notice "Midland Railway - 7 Vic Cap Trespass". White lettering on a Black background in Restored Condition. Size: 19 1/2 x 26". £75
222 Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Number plate "8488". As carried by a Hawksworth designed 94xx class 0-6-0PT built by Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn at Darlington in July 1952. Allocations included Gloucester Horton Rd, Swansea East Dock, Neath Court Sart and Llanelly from where it was withdrawn in May 1965.Cut up at Bird's Bynea, South Wales 08/65. £600
223 L T Underground Enamel station Sign. "TICKETS AND TRAINS" with arrow pointing left. Size 30" x 30". £190
224 Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Number Plate "9454" as carried by a Hawksworth designed 0-6-0PT built by Robert Stephenson & Hawthorns in September 1951. Allocated to Duffryn Yard throughout its working life it was withdrawn from there in January 1962. Cut up at Cashmore's Newport, South Wales 4/62. £600
225 Brass Steam Locomotive Nameplate "FRILSHAM MANOR" As carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 4-6-0 No 7816 built at Swindon works in January 1939. Allocations included Neyland, St Blazey, Tyseley, Stourbridge Jcn, Reading, Swindon, Didcot and Gloucester Horton Road from where it was withdrawn in November 1965. Cut up at Cashmore's Newport 2/66. Stamped on the rear (7816 - R). This is the Right Hand plate. NEVER BEEN OFFERED IN AUCTION BEFORE. See next lot.  
226 Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "7816". "FRILSHAM MANOR" As carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 4-6-0 No 7816 built at Swindon works in January 1939. Allocations included Neyland, St Blazey, Tyseley, Stourbridge Jcn, Reading, Swindon, Didcot and Gloucester Horton Road from where it was withdrawn in November 1965. Cut up at Cashmore's Newport 2/66. NEVER BEEN OFFERED IN AUCTION BEFORE. See next lot.  
227 C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "7816". "FRILSHAM MANOR" As carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 4-6-0 No 7816 built at Swindon works in January 1939. Allocations included Neyland, St Blazey, Tyseley, Stourbridge Jcn, Reading, Swindon, Didcot and Gloucester Horton Road from where it was withdrawn in November 1965. Cut up at Cashmore's Newport 2/66. NEVER BEEN OFFERED IN AUCTION BEFORE.  
228 BR (ER) Station Totem Enamel sign "ELM PARK" Half Flanged. Good condition. £620
229 Alloy Single Line Key Token "LLANGOLLEN GOODS JCN - BERWYN". From the Llangollen Railway between Llangollen and Corwen. This key token dates back to 1985 when the railway operated between Llangollen and Berwyn before extending to Deeside in 1990. £150
230 Alloy Diesel Locomotive Worksplate. "BEYER PEACOCK (HYMEK LTD) Works No 8066 - 1966" Manchester. As carried by D7656 becoming 25 306. Ex Loco Condition. Not common!!!! £820
231 F&G Carriage print "CROMFORD, DERBYS" From a watercolour by Jack Merriott. Not common. £50
232 NER Brass Oval Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate No "2392". As carried by a 0-6-0 Loco, Built at Darlington Works in 1923. Designed by Worsdell and later developed by Raven. In 1946 the number became 5894, later becoming 65894. Size 23 1/2" x 14 1/2". £250
233 F&G Carriage print "UFFORD, NR MELTON - SUFFOLK" From a watercolour by L. R. Squirrell. £40
234 BR (M) Double Sided Wooden Carriage Board. "LONDON - MANCHESTER". Size 32" x 3". As removed £80
235 12" Dial "CLOCK" by John Smith of Derby with fusee movement and MAHOGANY DIAL SURROUND with spun brass bezel and brass plate NUMBER 11719. The MAHOGANY back box has two side doors and one lower door a superb example of a JOHN SMITH'S clock fully serviced complete with pendulum and key.  
236 F&G Carriage print "HINCHINGBROOKE". Huntingdonshire. From a watercolour by Edward Walker.  
237 C/I Titled Notice "London & North Eastern Rly - Footpath for the use of Pedestrians only". White lettering on a Black background in Restored Condition. Size: 20" x 23 1/2". £70
238 BR (E) White Loco Lamp. All complete with vessel & burner. Good condition. £95
239 Steel Single Line Key Token "LLANGOLLEN GOODS JCN - GLYNDYFRDWY". From the Great Western Railway route Ruabon to Dolgelley with running powers to Barmouth. This was the long section when Deeside Loop was switched out. Ex box condition. £230
240 Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Number plate "5339". As carried by a GWR Churchward 43xx class 2-6-0 Locomotive built at Swindon Works in January 1918. Allocations included Plymouth Laira, Newton Abbot, St. Philips Marsh, Carmarthen, Exeter, Severn Tunnel Junction. Withdrawn 11/60. Cut up Swindon works 4/61. Front restored.  
241 Framed & Glazed Colour Print Showing Class 55 002 Deltic Loco in York Station. By Ivor Pritchard. No 97 - 750. Size 30" x 23". £50
242 Framed & Glazed Colour Print "YORK RACES". Showing Two Class 55 Deltic Locos. By Brian Jones. No 7 - 500. Size 33" x 24". £65
243 C/I Shedcode Plate. "34G" Finsbury Park. Front restored. £60
244 B.R. (WR) Station Totem Enamel Sign "NEWBURY". Fully flanged. Good condition £600
245 Brand New - Twelve (12) Original British Railways "LION HOLDING WHEEL" Transfers. As displayed on Mk 1 carriage rolling stock. Ideal for the preservation movement. £120
246 C/I Shed Plate "61A" KITTYBREWSTER. Ex Loco condition. £230
247 Steel Class 91 Small Version. Inter City "SWALLOW". As removed condition. Not common! £100
248 South West Trains (SR) Modern Totem Sign "LYMINGTON PIER" Light Green. Good condition. £420
249 Alloy Single Line Key Token "GLYNDYFRDWY - CARROG". From the Great Western Railway route Ruabon to Dolgelley with running powers to Barmouth. This was a short section. £240
250 Brass LNER Commemorative Cabside Plaque. As carried by a Gresley V2 LNER 2-6-2 No 60835 "THE GREEN HOWARD". Built Darlington Works Sept 1938. Allocations included 52A, 52D, 52B, 52A, 61B, 64A from where it was withdrawn in October 1965. Cut up at Campbell's, Airdrie, 12/1965. This Plaque was fitted to the Loco in September 1938 at Richmond, Yorkshire. This remarkable survivor has been in an Ex LNER Driver's possession since the Loco came out of service in 1965. The Plaque was to commemorate the 250th year of the raising of the regiment 1688 - 1938. In original polished condition. ..The Plaques were fitted just under both Cab Windows clearly visible on many photographs!!!!!! . Only two V2's had these plaques this one and "THE SNAPPER". Acquired by the vendor who was a Top Link Driver on the LNER based at York £2000
251 BR (ER) Enamel Sign. "PRIVATE CROSSING - THE USE OF THIS CROSSING EXCEPT BY AUTHORISED USERS IS FORBIDDEN". Ex "CRAMBOURNE DRIVE - HODDESDON. Between Rye House & St Margarets Stations. Size 30" x 30". £200
252 BR (ER) Enamel Station Running - In - Board Sign "RYE HOUSE" Un - Flanged. Size 244 x 41cm. £200
253 LNER Square Cart Lamp. Brass plated "LONDON GDS - 6306".Good original condition. £135
254 B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "PENDLETON BROAD STREET". Fully flanged, face drilled. Good condition. £450
255 FIRST OF THE CLASS - Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Number plate "3400" As carried by a Hawksworth designed 94xx class 0-6-0PT built by the Yorkshire Engine Co Leeds in December 1955.Allocations included Cardiff East Dock, Shrewsbury and Radyr from where it was withdrawn in November 1964.Cut up at R.S.Hayes, Bridgend 02/65. £600
256 SR. Enamel Station Sign. "PRIVATE". Un flanged. Good condition. Size 18" x 6" £100
257 C/I Titled Notice "London & North Western Rly - Beware of Trains". White lettering on a Black background in Restored Condition. Size: 15" x 28". £100
258 Brass Oval Steam Locomotive Worksplate. "BEYER - PEACOCK & Co LTD - 6690 - MANCHESTER 1931". As carried by a GWR 0-6-0 Pannier No 8710. Complete with Photo of the Loco both mounted on a wooden board. £230
259 F&G Carriage print "LUNE VALLEY - TEBAY". £40
260 B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "WANDSWORTH TOWN" Fully flanged. Good condition.  
261 C/I Shed Plate "32A NORWICH THORPE". Restored long time ago. £190
262 C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Number plate "5318" As carried by a Churchward designed ex GWR 43xx class 2-6-0 tender locomotive built at Swindon Works in July 1917.Allocations included Wolverhampton Stafford Road, Newton Abbot, Plymouth Laira, Newport Ebbw Jct, Severn Tunnel Jct, Tyseley and Pontypool Road from where it was withdrawn in September 1961.Cut up at Swindon Works 11/61.  
263 Alloy Modern Traction Diesel Nameplate "CROSS COUNTRY TRAINS". Ex loco condition. Size 39½" x 6". £520
264 F&G Carriage print "ARCHBISHOPS PALACE - YORK" From a watercolour by S. Agnew Mercer.  
265 Alloy Oval Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "BRUSH SULZER - No 524 - 1964 - ENGLAND. As carried by D1762 - becoming 47 167 - LATER 47580 Named "COUNTY 0F ESSEX. Ex Loco condition £700
266 Rare - C/I Notice - S.E. & C. Rly - FARMERS AND THEIR SERVANTS??.. 10 LINES OF TEXT. London Bridge Station. Face restored a long time ago. Size 26" x 16".  
267 Alloy Diesel Depot Plaque. "TINSLEY". Depicting the Yorkshire Rose. Ex Loco condition. £300
268 Southern Railway Brass Steam locomotive Cylindrical "WHISTLE". Scripted on the top "BR 0I" and "y 911 3". Mounted on an Untreated Oak Wall plate. The vendor's father was a long life Permanent Way Engineer on the Southern Region and has he recalls the whistle being on the wall in their home from around the 1960, almost 60 years ago. A very nice polished example!!! £230
269 Alloy Loco Numberplate - "NATIONAL RAILWAYS OF ZIMBABWE" Oval Cabside. No 1219. As carried by a class DE2. 3" 6" Gauge 2000hp diesel electric loco. Built by English Electric in 1985 for Rhodesian Railways, This was a heavy main line loco similar to a class 40. Ex loco condition. Size 18½" x 12". £160
270 Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Number plate "9028" As carried by a Wm Dean/Collett designed ex GWR Dukedog 4-4-0 tender locomotive built at Swindon Works in November 1939.Allocations included Oswestry, Machynlleth, Oxford and Croes Newydd from where it was withdrawn in September 1957.Cut up at Swindon Works 09/57. £1800
271 N.U.R. Poster "Presented to B.A.GOODWIN by the Derby and District Joint Committee for services rendered as Chairman during 1927". Mounted on card. £110
272 Framed D/R - B. R. Official Poster. Depicting a Class 47 Locomotive on a passenger service. £100
273 BR (ER) Station Totem Enamel sign "UPNEY" Half Flanged. Loss of colour and shine. £250
274 BR (S) Enamel Station Doorplate. "STATION MASTER". Size "18 x 6". In excellent Condition. £320
275 BR (SR) Station Target Enamel Sign "YEOVIL JUNCTION". Some face chipping.  
276 F&G Carriage print "BRIGHTLINGSEA - ESSEX" From a watercolour by LEONARD SQUIRRELL. £50
277 C/I Shed Plate "81F" OXFORD. Ex Loco condition. £150
278 LNER Three Aspect Hand Lamp. Brass Plated "GRANTHAM - PASS 48". Complete with vessel & burner. Original condition. Cromer collection. £110
279 C/I Titled Notice "Great Western Rly - Trespass". White lettering on a Black background in Restored Condition. Size: 21" x 30". £60
280 F&G Carriage print "ST MONANCE - FIFESHIRE" From a watercolour by J. McINTOSH PATRICK. £50
281 C/I Wagon Registration Plate. "CALEDONIAN RY CO - 23796 - 1908 TO CARRY 10 TONS". Front restored. Black £105
282 1980's Modern Plastic Station Name Light Cover. "DUDDESTON". Size 39" x 8". £40
283 Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "Built By BREL - Crewe Works 1983". Ex Loco condition. £225
284 BR (WR) Station Totem Enamel sign "GORING & STREATLEY". Half Flanged. Good condition. £1150
285 Brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "1504" As carried by a Hawksworth designed 0-6-0PT built at Swindon Works in August 1949. Allocated to Old Oak Common for carriage duties throughout its working life until withdrawal in May 1963. Cut up at Thos Ward, Briton Ferry 05/64. £2100
286 C/I Shed Plate "26E" LEE (OLDHAM). Ex Loco condition. No common!!! £160
287 Alloy Diesel Locomotive Worksplate. "BEYER PEACOCK (HYMEK LTD) Works No 7995 - 1963" Manchester. As carried by a Hymek No D7091. Front restored. £500
288 Brass Round Single Line Tablet. "HOLT - SHERINGHAM WEST - No4. Good condition. Cromer collection. £500
289 B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "WHITTON" Fully flanged. Good condition. £2350
290 C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Number plate "70046" As carried by a Riddles designed Britannia Class 4-6-2 named "ANZAC" built at Crewe Works in June 1954. Allocations included Holyhead, Crewe North, Longsight, Willesden, Aston, Crewe South, Banbury, Carlisle Kingmoor, from where it was withdrawn in July1967. Cut up at Campbell's, Airdrie 11/67. Very rare to find in "Ex Loco Condition". A Superb example. £3700
291 F&G Carriage print "DUNNOTTAR CASTLE" From a watercolour by J. Mc INTOSH PATRICK. £40
292 A Time "CLOCK" by NATIONAL TIME RECORDERS of LEEDS. With brass plate marked RCB.2-35. Complete with pendulum and keys in working order. A fine clock from one of B R's depots. Excellent condition.  
293 BR (ER) Station Totem Enamel sign "BROMLEY-BY-BOW". Half Flanged. Ex Station condition. Never been offered in auction before. Records show this example was manufactured with just "BROMLEY" on the sign subsequently having a transfer overlay showing "BROMLEY - BY - BOW". ?..Rare example!!!!!!!!! £3200
294 F&G Carriage print "CAVENDISH - SUFFOLK" From a watercolour by F.W. BALDWIN. £45
295 Resin Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "BRCW- SMETHWICK, ENGLAND - Works No DEL 182 - 1961. As carried by a Class 33 D6578 becoming 33 059. Ex loco condition. £250
296 C/I Titled Notice "Great Western & London & North Western Rly Joint Lines - Notice Trespass". 14 Lines of text. White lettering on a Black background in Restored Condition. Size: 21" x 30". Not common!!! £110
297 BR (M) Double Sided Wooden Carriage Board. "MORECAMBE - BRADFORD". Size 28" x 3". As removed £290
298 RARE - N & S C (Norfolk and Suffolk) - Three Aspect Hand Lamp. Brass Plated - "N&SC - ROUGHTON ROAD - SIGNALBOX". Complete with vessel & burner. Restored condition. Cromer collection. £1600
299 Alloy Round Single Line Tablet. "ROUGHTON ROAD JUNC - OVERSTRAND - No 3". Good condition. Cromer collection. £1000
300 Brass LNER Right Hand Facing "FOX". As carried by a Gresley Hunt Class D49 LNER 4-4-0. These were all independently fitted above the nameplate. Attractively mounted on a wood base many years ago by the vendor who was a Top Link Driver on the LNER based at York. £2200
301 F&G Carriage print "WEST WYCOMBE - BUCKS" From a watercolour by HORACE WRIGHT.  
302 LNER - Fully Flanged Enamel Station Destination Indicator "CROMER" Size "18 x 3 1/2". From the Norwich Train Describer Board. Good Condition. Comer Collection. £350
303 BR (M) Enamel Totem Sign "MOORSIDE & WARDLEY". Fully Flanged. Good condition.  
304 F&G Main Line Passenger Services Carriage Map "SOUTHERN REGION". £55
305 FIRST OF THE CLASS – Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "4900" As carried by a Collett designed ex GWR mixed traffic 4-6-0 Hall Class locomotive named "SAINT MARTIN" built at Swindon in December 1924. Allocations included Plymouth Laira, Newton Abbot, Worcester, Old Oak Common from where it was withdrawn in April 1959. Cut up at Swindon Works 04/59. This was the only locomotive to be converted from a Saint and was originally numbered 2925. Ex Loco condition. SEE NEXT LOT BELOW. £5000
306 FIRST OF THE CLASS - C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "4900" As carried by a Collett designed ex GWR mixed traffic 4-6-0 Hall Class locomotive named "SAINT MARTIN" built at Swindon in December 1924. Allocations included Plymouth Laira, Newton Abbot, Worcester, Old Oak Common from where it was withdrawn in April 1959. Cut up at Swindon Works 04/59. This was the only locomotive to be converted from a Saint and was originally numbered 2925. Ex Loco condition. £1500
307 We Have been instructed to offer for the first time in auction the following unique ion of items all from "THE HARLAXTON IRON STONE QUARRY - NR GRANTHAM". Which closed in early 1974. These have all been in the vendor's ownership since closure. Brass Steam Locomotive Nameplate "BETTY". As carried by a 0-6-0 ST. Scrapped at Buckminster Quarry, Lincs, Feb 1964. Size 23" x 7".Ex loco condition. £1100
308 Brass Oval Steam Locomotive Worksplate "ANDREW BARCLAY & Co No 2107 - 1941". As carried by a 0-6-0ST. Ex Loco condition. £600
309 Brass Steam Locomotive Nameplate "JOAN". As carried by a 0-6-0 ST. Size 20" x 6". Ex Loco condition £1520
310 Brass Steam Locomotive Nameplate "DENTON". As carried by a 0-6-0 ST. Size 23" x 7".Ex loco condition. £1250
311 Brass Steam Locomotive Nameplate "ACHILLES". As carried by a Robert Stephenson & Hawthorne 0-6-0 ST. Works No 8051 - 1958. Ex loco condition. £700
312 Brass Steam Locomotive Worksplate. As carried by a Robert Stephenson & Hawthorne 0-6-0 ST. Works No 8051 - 1958. Name "ACHILLES". Ex loco condition. £360
313 Brass Industrial Steam Locomotive Pipe "WHISTLE" As removed from "ACHILLES". All complete. 17" Inches long. Ex Loco condition. £660
314 C/I Titled Notice "London Midland & Scottish & Great Western Joint Lines - Private Path". White lettering on a Black background in Restored Condition. Size: 16" x 25". £200
315 G.C.R - Small Three Aspect Hand Lamp. Brass Plated. "GCR - W.FORD. DEPOT. LOCO.SUPT." Original condition complete with vessel & burner. Cromer collection. £420
316 B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "BRENTFORD CENTRAL" Fully flanged. Good condition.  
317 Alloy Single Line Key Token "GLYNDYFRDWY - CORWEN WEST". From the Great Western Railway route Ruabon to Dolgelley with running powers to Barmouth. This was the long section when Carrog was switched out. £340
318 Electro Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "ENGLISH ELECTRIC COMPANY LTD, The Vulcan Works, Newton - Le - Willows, England". As carried by a Class 73 Works No 3594 / E364 - 1965 - E6032 becoming 73 125. Latterly painted in the Gatwick Express Livery. Ex Loco condition. £1020
319 Alloy Electro Diesel Loco Shed Plate "73A" STEWARTS LANE. Ex Loco Condition. £240
320 Alloy Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive Nameplate "ZAMBESI". As carried by a Class 43 Warship. Built By NBL In Glasgow as Works No 27993 Numbered D864. Entered traffic in May 1962 - Withdrawn March 1971. Cut Up at BREL Swindon November 1971. Front restored, back Ex Loco. £6250
321 F&G Carriage Print "BLYTHE BURGH NEAR HALESWORTH" From a watercolour by Henry J Denham £40
322 Brass Oval Steam Locomotive Worksplate "ANDREW BARCLAY & Co No 974 - 1903". As carried by a 0-4-0 ST. New to the Alloa Coal Company at Tillicoultry Colliery in Clackmannan where it was No 6, Later to Devon Colliery as No 35, then to Manor Powis in Stirlingshire as No 6. Scrapped on Site Nov 1968. Ex Loco condition. £300
323 Alloy Single Line Key Token "CORWEN WEST - LLANDRILLO". Straight shank, ex GWR. From the Great Western Railway route Ruabon to Dolgelley with running powers to Barmouth. £240
324 B.R. (WR) Station Totem Enamel Sign "LIMPLEY STOKE". Half flanged. Excellent condition £2700
325 Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "1365". As carried by a Churchward Class 1361- 0-6-0ST. Built Swindon August 1910. Only one of five built. Allocation included 82C Swindon used as the works shunter, Withdrawn 11/62. Cut up Cashmores, Newport 9/63. Only 5 Loco’s in the class!!! £2400
326 A GWR Guards "POCKET WATCH". With Fob and chain, marked on the face 03192 and engraved on the rear with matching number. In full working order. £480
327 C/I Shed Plate "74C" DOVER. Face restored. £380
328 Alloy Single Line Key Token "LLANDERFELL - BALA JCN". Straight shank, ex GWR. From the Great Western Railway route Ruabon to Dolgelley with running powers to Barmouth. Ex box condition. £220
329 BR (ER) Enamel Unflanged Station Doorplate. "LADIES WAITING ROOM". Size "18 x 6". Good condition. £100
330 Alloy Reproduction Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "APAPA". The name once carried by a Class 40 Type 4 numbered D235 becoming 40035. £380
331 C/I Titled Notice "Great Eastern Railway - Warning to drivers of Locomotives" White lettering on a Black background in Restored Condition. Size: 14" x 19". £75
332 BR (ER) Station Totem Enamel sign "PLAISTOW" Half Flanged. Good colour and shine. £760
333 C/I Smokebox Number plate "1451" As carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 0-4-2-T built at Swindon Works in July 1935.Allocations included Exeter, Yeovil Town and Gloucester Horton Road from where it was withdrawn in July 1964.Cut up at Swindon works 08/64. £2050
334 B R (S) Double Sided Street Direction Sign. "STATION" with arrow pointing right. Good condition. Size 22" x 10". £240
335 M & G N - Three Aspect Hand Lamp brass plated "SOUTH LYNN. WEST BOX - M &G. N. J.R - 1694". Complete with vessel & burner. Original condition. Cromer collection. £1050
336 GWR 12" MAHOGANY Dial CLOCK with a chain driven fusee movement and dial inscribed GWR. The back box has two side doors and one lower door and retains its Ivorine plate GWR2223. A fine clock in working order complete with pendulum and winding key. A very nice example.!!!!!!!!!!!  
337 C/I Titled Notice "Great Northern Railway - Warning not to Trespass". White lettering on a Black background in Restored Condition. Size: 28" x 16". £70
338 Alloy Rectangular Diesel Train Load Hire Plate. "THIS LOCOMOTIVE IS THE PROPERTY OF TRANSRAIL FREIGHT LTD". Often seen on Class 37/4's on the North Wales Coast Passenger services in the 1990's. Ex Loco condition. Size 19" x 17 1/2". £280
339 BR (M) Double Sided Wooden Carriage Board. "PRESTON - BOLTON". Size 28" x 3". As removed £170
340 Re-Production Alloy Steam Locomotive Headboard. "GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY" with crest. An Attractive Item. £275
341 GNR / BR - Four Sided Glazed Station Gas Lamp Top from "CUFFLEY". Ex GNR Station. All complete. Excellent condition. Items not common from that section!!!!!! £350
342 B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "AYLESBURY TOWN". Fully flanged. Good condition. £1050
343 Brass Oval Industrial Steam Locomotive Worksplate. "PECKETT & SONS - No 1297 - 1913 BRISTOL". From a 0-6-0 Type 5.Threaded lugs to the rear. New to Oughterside Coal & Co in Cumberland, then to Richard Thomas and Baldwin's at Groves end Works, Gorsenion, then to Elba Steel Works, Gowerton. Glamorgan. Scrapped in 1966. Ex Loco condition. Nice example!!!!! £410
344 Alloy Single Line Key Token "BALA JCN - BALA". From the Great Western Railway branch to Blaenau Ffestiniog. £240
345 RARE - BR (SR) Station Target Enamel Sign "WINNERSH HALT". Good condition. Never been offered in auction before??. Has spent the last 40+Years in Canada. A well-travelled Target.!!!!!!!!!! £2550
346 BR (S) Enamel Fully Flanged Station Doorplate. "STAFF ONLY". Size "18 x 3 1/2". In excellent Condition. £130
347 C/I Titled Notice "Furness Rly - Caution to Trespassers". White lettering on a Black background in Restored Condition. Size: 19" X 25½. £180
348 B.R. (S) Station Enamel Doorplate "WAITING AND LADIES ROOM". Size 18" x 6". £250
349 B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "NEW MILLS NEWTOWN". Half flanged. Good condition.  
350 Brass Steam Locomotive Nameplate "KING GEORGE 1" Along with its Original Brass Splasher Beading. As carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 4-6-0 King Class locomotive number "6006". Built at Swindon works in February 1928. Allocations included Plymouth Laira and Wolverhampton Stafford Road from where it was withdrawn in February 1962.Cut up at Swindon Works in April 1962. A rare opportunity to acquire a nameplate from a iconic GWR Locomotive. Ex loco condition. £25000
351 Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Number plate "6006" As carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 4-6-0 King Class locomotive named "KING GEORGE 1" built at Swindon works in February 1928.Allocations included Plymouth Laira and Wolverhampton Stafford Road from where it was withdrawn in February 1962.Cut up at Swindon Works in April 1962.  
352 B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "BROMLEY SOUTH" Fully flanged. Good condition. £500
353 B.R. (E) Enamel Station Platform Sign. "GOODS ENQUIRIES". Good condition. Size 24" x 18". £200
354 B.R. (S) Station Platform Enamel. "TICKETS & LEFT LUGGAGE OFFICE" with left facing arrow. Size. 48" x 12". £220
355 C/I L & Y Notice - MACHANICALLY DRIVEN JIGGERS - SEVEN LINES OF TEXT. As removed condition. Size 22½" x 13". £60
356 Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "ENGLISH ELECTRIC COMPANY LTD" London. As carried by a Class 40. Works No 2682 / D443 - 1959 - D227 becoming 40 027 Named "PARTHIA". Ex Loco condition. £1000
357 C/I Shed Plate "SC" Self-Cleaning. £160
358 BR (ER) Enamel Station Running - In - Board Enamel Sign "WARE" Un - Flanged. Size 122 x 51cm. £550
359 C/I Shed Plate "1A" WILLESDEN. Face restored. £200
360 Brass Cabside Numberplate "4085" as carried by a Collett designed ex GWR Castle Class 4-6-0 tender locomotive named "BERKELEY CASTLE" built at Swindon in May 1925 and was the 13th Castle to be built. Allocations included Plymouth Laira, Reading, Gloucester Horton Rd and Old Oak Common from where it was withdrawn in May 1962 having travelled in excess of 1.6 Million miles. Scrapped at Cashmores Newport 11/62. Plate purchased direct from Swindon, never been offered for sale before. Was Berkeley Castle an unlucky locomotive being the thirteenth CASTLE? - Well it was for George Jackson Churchward. On the 19th December 1933, Churchward (now nearly 77 and with failing eyesight and hearing) was wandering on the main line at Swindon inspecting a faulty sleeper when he was hit and killed by BERKELEY CASTLE, which was in charge of a Paddington to Fishguard express. Front polished. £5500
361 C/I Shed Plate "63C" OBAN. Ex Loco condition. £600
362 B.R. (WR) Station Totem Enamel Sign "SHIRLEY". Fully flanged. Excellent condition  
363 Signalbox Diagram. "BURNGULLOW". Dated 1st June 1965. Grampound Rd to St Austell. £30
364 Signalbox Diagram. BR / SR "WILTON SOUTH". Salisbury West - Dinton.  
365 Signalbox Diagram. BR / SR "GILLINGHAM". Wilton South To Templecombe. £30
366 Signalbox Diagram. BR / WR "BODMIN RD STATION". Lostwithiel To Onslow Sidings.  
367 F&G Carriage print "GOUROCK AND DUNOON, CAR FERRY, FIRTH OF CLYDE, From a watercolour by Henry J Denham. Not common. £50
368 C/I - Diesel Locomotive Nameplate. "CRABTREE". As carried by a Rushton & Hornsby Type 88DS - 0-4-0 Industrial Shunter. Works No 3384 - 1953. New to British Oil and Coke Mills, Erith, Kent. Then to British Gypsum also in Erith in May 1971. Then went into preservation at the "North Downs Railway", Chatham in Dec 1985. Then to "The Electric railway Museum Coventry" in April 1996. Now Closed and Site Cleared. Ex Loco condition. £250
369 Square Red 1960's Highway Road Lamp. Complete. £30
370 FIRST OF THE CLASS - C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "7000" as carried by an ex GWR Collett designed 4-6-0 Castle Class. Locomotive Named "VISCOUNT PORTAL" built at Swindon in 1946. Allocations included 83A Newton Abbott, 85B Gloucester Horton Rd, 85A Worcester from where it was withdrawn 12/63, Cut up at Cashmores, Great Bridge 6/64. Ex Loco condition.  
371 C/I Titled Notice "British Transport Commission - Rights of Way Act 1932" .White lettering on a Black background in Restored condition. Size: 24" x 16". £50
372 Alloy Single Line Key Token "BALA JCN - LLANUWCHLLYN". From the Great Western Railway route Ruabon to Dolgelley with running powers to Barmouth. This section is now home to the 2 foot gauge Bala Lake Railway. £340
373 SAR - Brass Oval Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "1805". As carried by a 4-8-2 Class 15A 3' 6" Gauge Loco built in 1914. Face polished. £540
374 C/I CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS - Un titled “BEWARE OF TRAINS”. White lettering on a Black background. Restored condition. Size: 20” X 14”. £100
375 BR (ER) Station Totem Enamel sign "WEST HAM (MANOR ROAD)" Half Flanged. Good colour and shine. Never appeared in auction before, Extremely Rare!!!!!!!! £4200
376 LNER - Three Aspect Hand Lamp brass plated "KIRTON". With sliding knob, original condition complete with vessel & burner. Cromer collection. £160
377 LNER C/I Sign "RIGHT OF WAY ACT 1932". Four lines of text - 010 pattern. Restored front. Size 16" X 10½". £45
378 C/I Shed Plate "86A" NEWPORT EBBW JUNCTION. Restored condition. £200
379 Alloy Single Line Key Token "GARNEDDWEN - DRWSYNANT". From the Great Western Railway route Ruabon to Dolgelley with running powers to Barmouth. Garneddwen is the summit of the line some 750 feet above sea level. This was a short section. Ex box condition. £220
380 C/I Cabside Number plate "3865" As carried by a Churchward ex GWR 2-8-0 28xx class tender locomotive built at Swindon Works in November 1942 Converted to oil firing for a short period and then back to coal in the mid nineteen forties. Allocations included Oxford, Swindon, Severn Tunnel Jct, Shrewsbury, Oxley, Banbury and Croes Newydd from where it was withdrawn in March 1965.Cut up at T.W.Ward, Killamarsh, Sheffield. 07/65. Ex Loco condition. £1600
381 Three GWR Brass Signal Lever Plates. Numbers (1) 24 DOWN MAIN DETONATORS OFF - ON. (2) 22 DISC FOR No 20 - 20. (3) 3 UP MAIN START. Lightly Polished.  
382 C/I Titled Notice "Great Northern & Great Eastern Rly - Public Warning not to Trespass". White lettering on a Black background in Restored Condition. Size: 16" x 27½. £100
383 C/I Shed Plate "75D" HORSHAM. Ex Loco condition. £150
384A Southern Railways Metal Destination Sign "GOODWOOD". Size 18" x 3". As removed condition. £140
384B Southern Railways Metal Destination Sign "PLUMPTON". Size 18" x 3". As removed condition. £30
385 Plastic Ticket Office destination Sign. "BELLE VUE EXCURSION TICKETS". Ex Manchester Piccadilly Station. £30
386 B.R. (ScR) Station Totem Enamel Sign "SHANDON". Half flanged. Good condition £720
387 BR (W) Double Sided Wooden Carriage Board. "PADDINGTON - NEWBURY". Size 32" x 3". As removed. £60
388 B.R. (WR) Station Totem Enamel Sign "TROWBRIDGE". Half flanged. Good condition  
389 C/I Titled Notice "London & North Western Rly - Warning to Trespassers" White lettering on a Black background in Restored Condition. Size: 26" x 19". £60
390 C/I Shed Plate "65A" EASTFIELD". Totally ex loco condition.  
391 A Pair of Steel Ticket Office "TICKET PRESS". Brass plated. "E. G. McGrath - London" Also Plated Lancaster and Goddard Stationers - Hull. Along with one smaller size "TICKET PRESS". Nice condition  
392 BR (S) White Loco Lamp. Brass plated "BR S. - H6263". All complete with vessel & burner. £200
393 C/I Shed Plate "55B" STOURTON. Restored condition. £180
394 Brass Oval Makers Plate. "JOHN MILLS & Co - RAILWAY FOUNDRY - LLANIDLOES - MONT - B828. As removed condition. £80
395 C/I Smokebox Number plate "42982" As carried by a Stanier designed ex LMS 2-6-0 tender locomotive built at Crewe Works in February 1934.Allocations included Newton Heath, Crewe South, Edge Hill, Bescot, Monument Lane, Ryecroft (Walsall), Aston, Mold Jct, Chester, Nuneaton, Alsager, Gorton and Heaton Mersey from where it was withdrawn in November 1965.Cut up at Cashmores, Great Bridge 02/66. Restored condition. £500
396 Brass Steam Locomotive Whistle. Domed Top. Complete with connector fitting. Un polished, Ex Loco condition. £220
397 Terence Cuneo Book. "THE MOUSE AND HIS MASTER". Complete in its Book Sleeve. Good condition. £200
398 C/I Titled Notice "Great Western Rly - Trespass". White lettering on a Black background in Restored Condition. Size: 21" x 30". £50
399 C/I GWR Trespass Notice - Three lines of text - Size 23 1/2" x 12". Front restored. £100
400 B.R. (E) Double Sided Enamel Station Platform Sign. "GENTLEMEN". Good condition. Size 36" x 24". £160
401 SR Enamel Station Target Sign “TEDDINGTON”. As removed condition. £30

 

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