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Stafford Auction - 27th May 2017


LMS Brass Locomotive Nameplate
"THE HERTFORDSHIRE REGIMENT"



As carried by a Stanier rebuild of a Fowler design ex LMS 4-6-0 No "46167" built at Derby Works in October 1930. Allocations included Crewe North, Camden, Carlisle Upperby, Preston, Bushbury, Warrington Springs Branch, Wigan, Holyhead, Willesden and Annesley from where it was withdrawn in April 1964. Cut up at Crewe Works 05/64. The Hertfordshire was a line infantry regiment of the Territorial Army. Originating in units of Rifle Volunteers formed in 1859, the regiment served in the Boer War, First and Second World wars before losing its identity in 1961. FIRST TIME IN AUCTION. "A STUNNING EXAMPLE" !!!!

GWR Nameplate "PRINCESS HELENA"



As carried by a G.J.Churchward designed ex GWR Star Class 4-6-0 loco built at Swindon works in June 1914. FIRST TIME IN A UK AUCTION

Britannia Class Nameplate



A SUPERB BRITANNIA CLASS LOCOMOTIVE NAMEPLATE NOW ENTERED FOR OUR May 27th AUCTION. "TORNADO" - No 70022

GWR Nameplate and Cabside "ASHFORD HALL"



Brass Locomotive Nameplate "ASHFORD HALL" and matching Cabside Numberplate. As carried by a GWR Collett designed 49xx Hall Class 4-6-0 Locomotive No "5966" built at Swindon Works in March 1937.

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Deltic Flamescut Panel



Deltic Flame Cut Number Panel - from "CREPELLO"" with BR Receipt


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Loco Headboard



Diesel Nameplate (Not Carried)



Loco Tender Plates





C/I Oval Loco Tender Plate "WATER CAPACITY - 5625 - GALLONS". As removed from the tender that was attached to "DUKE OF GLOUCESTER" 71000 while waiting in the reception sidings at Cashmore's Scrapyard in Newport. Further research shows that the 5625 gallon plate is from a BR1F tender fitted to some 9F and 5MT Locos. The Duke had two purpose built tenders: - a BR1E in 1954 (4725 gallons) and a BR1J built November 1957 with increased coal and 4325 gallons. Both stand-alone tenders not noted in ABC's. In Ex loco condition with 71000 chalked on the rear. Thanks to Richard H - Devon - for this Research.



Ex Black 5 No 45101



Ex Crab No 42752



Ex Fowler Compound No 40911



Ex Black 5 No 45006



Ex Jubilee No 45693 AGAMEMNON







Brass SAR Steam Loco Tender Plate

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South African Railway Loco Cabside





Polish Railways Loco Plates



East African Railways Loco Plates







Lamps



LMS



Private Owners
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Three Aspect GNR( I ) Hand Lamp

Station Lamps - Pair - Ex Thornhill Station





Shipping - Ex SS United States







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Targets (LMS)



Targets (Southern Region)







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Ground Frame Name Boards



Carriage and Destination Boards





Modern Image Signs







Single Line Key Tokens



Carno - Talerddig



pool Quay - Llanymynech



Dudley - Princess End & Coseley



Moat Lane Junc West - Caersws



Leek Brook Jn - Milton Jn

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Signalling Indicators







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Quality Reproductions





Plans and Diagrams



S&DJR Shillingstone
Proposed shelter extension on UP platform



S&DJR Shillingstone
Proposed shelter extension on UP platform



Lydford Station

Signal Finials





Deltic Regimental Crest



A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO ACQUIRE THIS MAGNIFICENT DELTIC REGIMENTAL CREST ONCE CARRIED BY D9010 - 55 010 "THE KING'S OWN SCOTTISH BORDERER"

The "Axminster" Collection

























Station Street Signs







Post Office Enamel Signs





Enamel Station Names - "Pillar" Types





Loco Chimney



Saved from Woodham's - Ex GWR Castle Class No 7027 - THORNBURY CASTLE

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Good Selection of Newcastle Area Orange Station Enamels













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Steam Nameplate - Longmoor Military Railway



Industrial Nameplates







Ex Manning Wardle H Class 0-4-0, built 1902



Steam Nameplate - ROMNEY, HYTHE & DYMCHURCH RAILWAY





Brass Nameplate "HURRICANE" as carried by a Henry Greenly designed 4-6-2 15 inch gauge Pacific Locomotive running as "No8" on the ROMNEY,HYTHE & DYMCHURCH RAILWAY built by Davey Paxman (16044) of Colchester and entering traffic on the 27th July 1927.

Model Steam Locomotive





Brass Nameplate "HURRICANE" as carried by a Henry Greenly designed 4-6-2 15 inch gauge Pacific Locomotive running as "No8" on the ROMNEY,HYTHE & DYMCHURCH RAILWAY built by Davey Paxman (16044) of Colchester and entering traffic on the 27th July 1927.

Clocks



SUPERB L&NWR 12' CLOCK, MAKER "W HIRD" EX BARROW-IN-FURNESS, IN FULL WORKING ORDER.



L&NWR 8' CLOCK - "JOYCE - WHITCHURCH", IN FULL WORKING ORDER.







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Paintings and Prints







Signed Print



Terence Cuneo Limited Edition Print



Terence Cuneo Limited Edition Print





Time Tables









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Alloy Loco Plaques



Advertising Enamels















Loco Guages





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NSR Signalling Line Blocked Lever Collar



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Highway and Road Signs



Wagon Plates





Books



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