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Nameplates (Diesel and Electric)

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Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON'S REGIMENT". As carried by a Class 55 "DELTIC" No D9014 becoming 55 014. Built by English Electric at Vulcan Foundry, Newton-Le-Willows. Entered traffic in September 1961, withdrawn November 1981 cut up BREL Doncaster February 1982. Ex Loco condition. A Rare opportunity to acquire a Double Lined English Regiment Chromed Brass Nameplate. Size 69" x 12".

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Alloy / Steel - Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "ROYAL FUSILIER". As carried by "PEAK" Class 45 - BR No D68 becoming 45046. New to 5A Crewe North 10/60. Named on the 21/1/67 without ceremony and removed on withdrawal 8/88. Cut up at M C Metal Processing Glasgow 2/92. Ex loco as removed condition. We sold one of its Worksplate in our last internet auction in May (lot 157) for 800. The nameplate was found in a garage and had been there for over 30+ years so its never been offered in the market place before! A rare find in 2020 - along with a selection of Ex Loco Diesel Worksplates - now offered in this same auction.



Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "GRENADIER GUARDSMAN" with a replacement crest fitted. As carried by a Class 45 D65 becoming - 45 111. Built Crewe April 1962. Went new to 17A Derby in the same month of 1962. Withdrawn 7th May 1987. Scrapped MC Metals, Springburn 8/7/92. Front restored a long time ago

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Original Diesel Locomotive Nameplate Crest as carried by Class 45 D65 / 45111 " GRENADIER GUARDSMAN". Named 5/64 without ceremony and removed on withdrawal 5/87. Ex loco condition.

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Alloy Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "DAVIES THE OCEAN". As carried by Waterman Railways 'Heritage Class' 47 No. 47488. New to 86A Cardiff Canton as D1713 5/64, renumbered to 47488 on 22/2/74. Officially named at Rhymney station, Cardiff Valleys, on 8/5/95 although nameplates had been fitted at The Railway Age Crewe on 20/1/95 and covered up. Sold to Fragonset Railways 3/97 and had nameplates removed. Ex Loco condition.

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Alloy Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "LEWIS CARROLL". As carried by Waterman Railways 'Heritage Class' 47 No. 47703. New to LMWL 11/7/67 as D1960 then47514 (3/74) and 47703 (3/79). Named at Crewe Heritage Centre 3/95 and nameplates removed 9/97. Previously named "Saint Mungo" and "The Queen Mother". Ex Loco condition.



Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "HMS CALEDON". This plate was fitted underneath the nameplate "JOHN H CARLESS V C" on Class 31 31107. Named at Bescot Depot Open Day 30/8/92 and removed 7/95. Ex loco condition.



Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "CONIDAE". As carried by Class 47 47085. Previously D1670 "Mammoth". Named at Crewe Diesel Depot 8/88 and removed at Immingham TMD 4/91 where the nameplates were transferred to Class 37 37706. Previously D6716 / 37016, and removed 9/96. Ex loco condition.



Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "HIGH WILLHAYS". As carried by Class 60 60041. Nameplates applied when built at Brush, Loughborough 10/90 and carried until removed 10/96. Loco currently stored at Toton. Ex loco condition.



Alloy Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "WHATLEY" and Nameplate Badge "ARC". As carried by Class 56 56001. New to TI Tinsley 2/77. Named at Whatley Quarry on 20/10/87 by HRH The Princess Royal. The nameplates were removed on the 10/94 and the loco was withdrawn 9/96 and cut up at Cardiff Canton 5/97By MR J Phillips, Llanelly. Ex loco conditions.



Alloy Electric Locomotive Nameplate "JAMES KENNEDY G.C." As carried by Class 86 86242. New to ACL 1/66 as E3138. Named at Glasgow Central Station 12/11/81. Nameplates removed 9/02. Loco withdrawn 10/04 and exported to Hungary 7/13. Ex loco as removed condition.



Alloy Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "JOHN PEEL". As carried by Class 47 47813, previously D1720 / 47129 / 47658. New to 82A Bristol Bath Road 3/64. Named at Bury St. Edmunds station 10/05 and nameplates removed 3/09. Loco still in service with Rail Operations Group. Ex loco condition.



Alloy Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "TEESIDE STEELMASTER". First carried by Class 37 37078, named at BSC Leckenby Works 4/7/84. Nameplates removed 2/87 and transferred to 37501 until 1/91. Finally carried by 37712 between 9/92 and 4/97. Ex loco as removed condition.



Alloy Electric Locomotive Nameplate "THE GLASGOW HERALD" As carried by Class 86 - 86250. New to ACL 1/66 as E3189. Named at Glasgow Central Station 20/9/80. Nameplates removed 6/98. Loco withdrawn 4/04 and exported to Hungary 5/09. Ex loco as removed condition.



Alloy Electric Locomotive Nameplate "VOICE OF THE NORTH" As carried by Class 91 - 91026. New to BN Bounds Green 3/91. Named at Kings Cross Station 31/10/95. Nameplates removed 12/96. Ex loco condition.



Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "TAYSIDE REGION" As carried by Class 47 47713. Named at Dundee Station 17/5/85 and removed 7/88 when loco was withdrawn due to fire damage. Transferred to 47717 at Doncaster Works 9/88 and carried until 12/90. Ex loco condition.



Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "QUADRANT". As carried by Class 73 Electro Diesel 73105. New to 75D Stewarts Lane 12/65 as E6011. Named at Victoria station 4/11/87 and nameplates removed 8/89. Loco withdrawn 2/00 and sold for preservation but now with GB Railfreight as 73969 on Caledonian Sleepers. Ex loco condition.

Flamecut Number Panels



Diesel Locomotive Flame Cut Number Panel "820". As carried by Class 42 Warship D820 "Grenville" up to withdrawal 11/72. Cut up Swindon Works 8/73. Original as cut condition.



Diesel Locomotive Flame Cut Number Panel "3012". As carried by Class 08 Shunter 13012 becoming D3012 2/60. Allocated number 08007 under TOPS but never taken up as withdrawn 1/73. Cut up Swindon Works 10/73. Original as cut condition.



Diesel Locomotive Flame Cut Number Panel "03050". As carried by Class 03 D2050 becoming 03050 4/74 up to withdrawal 8/78. Cut up Booths Rotherham 5/79. Original as cut condition.



Diesel Locomotive Flame Cut Number Panel "20197". As carried by BR Class 20 - D8197 becoming 20197 from 2/74 up to withdrawal 11/91. Cut up E M R Kingsbury 10/11. Original as cut condition.



Diesel Locomotive Flame Cut Number Panel "31017". As carried by Class 31 "Toffee Apple" D5517 becoming 31017 4/74 up to withdrawal 5/80. Cut up Swindon Works 1/83. Original as cut condition.



Diesel locomotive Flame Cut Number Panel "40016". As carried by Class 40 D216 "Campania" becoming 40016 11/73 up to withdrawal 5/81. Cut up Swindon Works 11/83. Original as cut condition.



Diesel Locomotive Flame Cut Number Panel "45058". As carried by Class 45 D97 becoming 45058 1/75 up to withdrawal 9/87. Cut up M C Metals, Glasgow 3/94. Original as cut condition.



Diesel Locomotive Flame Cut Number Panel "46011". As carried by Peak Class 46 D148 becoming 46011 1/74 up to withdrawal 11/84. Cut up at Swindon Works 1/86. Original as cut condition.



Electric Locomotive Flame Cut Number Panel "76029". As carried by Class 76 E26029 becoming 76029 2/74 up to withdrawal 7/81. Cut up by Coopers Metals, Brightside 3/83. Original as cut condition.



Electric Locomotive Flame Cut Number Panel "81011". As carried by Class 81 E3013 becoming 81011 5/74 up to withdrawal 4/89. Cut up Coopers Metals Attercliffe 12/91. Original as cut condition.



Diesel Locomotive Flame Cut Number Panel "D1681". As carried by Class 47 D1681 becoming 47095 3/74 and named "Southampton WRD - Quality Approved" 4/94. Withdrawn 11/98 and cut up by HNRC Carnforth 12/04. Original as cut condition.

Worksplates (Steam)



Tender Plates



Met. Railway Step Stead



Water Column Plate



Depot Plaques, Double Arrows and Swallows





British Rail Cast Aluminium Double Arrow. As carried by Class 83 83010. Measures 30" x 19" in ex loco condition with plenty of blue paint around edges.





Inter City Stainless Steel Swallow. Smaller size as fitted to Class 91 locomotives. Ex loco condition.





Aluminium Diesel Depot Plaque depicting a Panther. This was the logo for LE Leicester depot and was applied to Trainload Construction locos for local stone traffic. Size 18" x 18" in ex loco condition.



Aluminium Diesel Depot Plaque depicting Battersea Power Station. This was the logo for SL Stewarts Lane depot and was applied to trainload freight locos allocated there. Size 18" x 18" in ex loco condition.



Aluminium Diesel Depot Plaque depicting a Kingfisher. This was the logo for TE Thornaby depot and was applied to trainload freight locos allocated there. Size 18" x 18" in ex loco condition.

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Bridge Plates





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Furniture





Pair of LSWR Bench Ends



Official 3rd Presentation Plates







Wagon and Coach Plates





Advertising Signs



London Transport

     







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Road Signs





Miscellaneous Collectibles











Loco

  

AWS Sunflower - Ex D8206, Woodhams, Barry



Bulleid Loco Chimney



Quality Reproductions



Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)

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Diesel Locomotive Worksplate " THE ENGLISH ELECTRIC COMPANY LTD, THE VULCAN FOUNDRY No. 2919 / D571 1960". As carried by Class 55 Deltic D9014 / 55014 "The Duke of Wellington's Regiment". New to 52A Gateshead 9/61 as D9014, renumbered 55014 2/74 and Withdrawn 11/81. Cut up at Doncaster Works 2/82. Rectangular chromed brass in ex loco condition.











Ex 59002





Ex 59104



Ex 66504



Ex 67004





Ex 66535





Ex 66602





Ex D6337





Ex D839





Ex D9505





Electric Locomotive Worksplate "BRUSH TRACTION LOCOMOTIVE No. 1109 - 1995". As carried by Class 92 92033. Entered service at Crewe IEMD 4/95 named "Berlioz" until 1/15. Still in service with GB Railfreight on the Caledonian Sleepers. Ex loco condition.





Alloy Diamond Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "NORTH BRITISH LOCOMOTIVE Co LTD, THE GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY LTD, No 27858 - 1959". As carried by Class 21 D6128. New to 32B Ipswich 10/59 and withdrawn 12/67. Cut up by J McWilliams, Shettleston, Glasgow 5/68. Repainted front, back cleaned.





Rectangular Alloy Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "BRITISH RAILWAYS DERBY BUILT 1964". As carried by Class 25 D5294 / 25144. New to 16A Toton 9/64, renumbered to 25144 5/74 and Withdrawn 4/83. Cut up by V Berry, Leicester 6/87. Front repainted, back cleaned.





Rectangular Alloy Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "BRITISH RAILWAYS CREWE BUILT 1966". As carried by Class 47 D1996 / 47294. New to 50A York 6/66, renumbered to 47294 2/74 and Withdrawn 6/96. Cut up by HNRC at Toton 12/02. Front repainted, back ex loco.





Chromed Brass Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "THE ENGLISH ELECTRIC COMPANY, ROBERT STEPHENSON & HAWTHORNS LTD, 3019 / 8271 - 1962". As carried by Class 20 D8113 / 20113. New to 65A Eastfield 2/62, renumbered 20113 4/74 and withdrawn 9/91. Sold to RFS Industries and worked on the Channel Tunnel project numbered RFS 2003. After a couple of spells in France it was sold to British Nuclear Fuels / Direct Rail Services but never used and was cut up by HNRC at Carlisle Kingmoor 12/03. Front repainted, back ex loco.





Chromed Brass Diesel Locomotive Worksplate " THE ENGLISH ELECTRIC COMPANY, VULCAN WORKS No 3673 / D1038 - 1966". As carried by Class 20 D8192 / 20192. New to D16 2/67, renumbered 20192 2/74, and withdrawn 9/89. Cut up by M C Metal Processing, Glasgow 10/91. Front repainted, back ex loco.





Rectangular Alloy Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "BRITISH RAILWAYS DERBY BUILT 1959". As carried by Class 24 D5013 / 24013. New to 5B Crewe South 4/59, renumbered 24013 11/73 and withdrawn 10/75. Cut up Doncaster Works 2/78. Front repainted, back ex loco.





Chromed Brass Diesel Locomotive Worksplate " THE ENGLISH ELECTRIC COMPANY LTD, THE VULCAN FOUNDRY LTD No 2810 / D525 1960". As carried by Class 40 D289 / 40089. New to 5A Crewe North 8/60 as D289, renumbered 40089 2/74 and withdrawn 7/76. Cut up Crewe Works 10/78. Front repainted, back ex loco.





Chromed Brass Diesel Locomotive Worksplate " THE ENGLISH ELECTRIC Co Ltd, VULCAN WORKS No. 3503 / D934 1964". As carried by Class 37 D6946 / 37246 / 37698. New to 86A Cardiff Canton 10/64, renumbered 37246 3/74 and 37698 2/86. Named "Coedbach" between 9/88 and 3/93. Withdrawn 9/07. Front cleaned, back ex loco. Both bottom corners damaged.





Rectangular Alloy Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "BUILT BY BRITISH RAIL ENGINEERING LIMITED DONCASTER WORKS 1980". As carried by Class 56 56074. New to TI Tinsley 3/80 and named "KELLINGLEY COLLIERY" between 6/82 and 7/01. Withdrawn 10/06 after a year in France and cut up at EMR Kingsbury. Front repainted, back ex loco.



Rectangular Alloy Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "BRITISH RAILWAYS CREWE BUILT 1964". As carried by one of the many Class 47 locomotives built at Crewe Works that year. Ex loco condition.



Rectangular Alloy Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "BRITISH RAILWAYS CREWE BUILT 1965". As carried by one of the many Class 47 locomotives built at Crewe Works that year. Ex loco condition.







Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "METROPOLITAN - VICKERS 1958". As carried by Class 28 D5705. New to 17A Derby 12/58 and Withdrawn 9/68 and sent to Derby RTC where it was renumbered S15705 2/69. Converted to unpowered Carriage Heating Unit 2/75 and numbered TDB 968006. Sold for preservation and is currently under restoration at the East Lancashire Railway. Ex loco condition.






Diesel Locomotive Equipment Plate as fitted to Class 28 D5705. Ex loco condition.





Cabsides (GWR and BR)



Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "7030" as carried "CRANBROOK CASTLE". A Collett designed 4073 Castle Class 4-6-0. Built at Swindon Works June 1950. Allocated to only Old Oak Common throughout its working life it was withdrawn from there in February 1963. Cut up at Kings Norwich 12/63. CRANBROOK CASTLE is an Iron Age Fort situated overlooking the Teign Valley in Devon. Restored front Ex Loco rear.

























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Station Facia Enamel



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Signalbox Name Boards



Alderbury Junction was where the Salisbury and Dorset line joined the Salisbury to Romsey and Southampton line

















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Signalbox Diagrams





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