Terms And Conditions Of Sale 1.

All persons attending the sale under the conduct of the Auctioneers shall be deemed to be on the land and premises entirely at their own risk and shall have no claim against the Auctioneers in respect of cancellation/ postponement of a sale or any loss, accident or injury, however occasioned. 2. All bids made should be treated as offers made upon these conditions of sale and all persons present are admitted to attend a sale on the basis that they have notice of these conditions. All persons intending to bid must register at the registration desk before the sale starts. 3. The buyer shall be the person making the highest bid which is acceptable to the Auctioneers as signified by the fall of the hammer. In the case of a dispute, it shall be settled by the Auctioneers, whose decision shall be final. 4. The Auctioneers have sole discretion (a) to refuse any bid, (b) to advance the bidding as they may decide, (c) to withdraw or divide any Lot or combine one Lot with another, (d) to exclude any person from the auction room. 5. Lots put up for sale are subject (a) to any reserve imposed by the seller, and (b) the right of the Auctioneers to bid on behalf of the seller up to the amount of the reserve, but the seller shall not bid personally on any of his own Lots. 6. The Buyer shall during or at the end of the sale, pay the full purchase price plus 10% Buyers Premium either in cash or by cheque (in all cases by a valid cheque card, unless prior arrangement has been made). Cheques in excess of recognised limits will not be accepted from Buyers unknown to the Auctioneers, unless prior arrangements have been made with them, or Bank or other suitable references have been supplied. Noncompliance with this condition may delay the release of lots pending the clearance of cheques. 7. The Auctioneers will at the request of the Buyer store larger items at their premises at the Buyer’s risk. Items can be collected by prior arrangement. 8. The Auctioneers will execute commission bids, written or telephoned, free of charge. Postal bidders should use the form at the back of this catalogue. Commission bids will be executed as cheaply as possible having regard to any reserve and other postal bids or bids in the room. The auctioneers shall not, however, be responsible for any neglect or default in executing or failing to execute any commission bid. 9. Subject to condition 12, (a) Lots are sold with all faults and imperfections and neither the Seller nor the Auctioneer is responsible for any defects whatsoever; (b) no warranty is given or authorised to be given by the Seller or the Auctioneer with regard to any Lot other than that the Seller had the right to sell it; (c) any express or implied conditions or warranties, whether relating to description or quality, are hereby excluded. 10. Ample opportunity is given for viewing and the Buyer by making a bid, acknowledges that he has satisfied himself fully before bidding, by inspection or otherwise, as to its condition. This includes the physical and the description including, but not restricted to, whether the Lot is damaged or has been repaired. 11. The Auctioneers undertake that care has been taken to see that the catalogue descriptions, including rarity, origin and condition, are accurate and reliable, taking into account all the information available when the catalogue was prepared, but these are necessarily matters of opinion only and shall not be taken to be statements of fact. 12. Notwithstanding Conditions 9, 10 and 11, if the Auctioneers receive notice in writing from the Buyer within 7 days of the sale that in his opinion a Lot is a forgery, and on giving such notification the Lot in question is returned to the Auctioneers at their premises, in the same condition as when bought, then if on considering such evidence as the Buyer supplies to prove his assertion, the Auctioneers decide that the Lot is a forgery the sale of the Lot will be rescinded and the purchase price repaid to the Buyer. 13. The Buyer shall not become the owner of any Lot, and the Auctioneers shall have a lien thereon, until the Buyer has discharged the purchase price, plus the 10% Buyers Premium charge. 14. If the Buyer fails to pay for or remove any Lot bought by him or in any other material respect fails to comply with these Conditions, the Auctioneers shall have the right (a) to resell the Lot by public auction or otherwise without notice to the Buyer, and if any deficiency arises on such resale after deducting the full costs and expenses of the Auctioneers, the Buyer shall be responsible to the Seller and Auctioneers (but any surplus to be the Seller’s) or alternatively, (b) to store the Lot at the premises of the Auctioneers or elsewhere and to release the Lot to the Buyer only after payment in full of all reasonable storage and removal expenses incurred (in addition to the purchase price). 15. Persons handling Lots do so at their own risk and shall make good all loss or damage however sustained, such estimate of cost to be assessed by the Auctioneers whose decision shall be final.

AN AUCTION OF RAILWAYANA Contact prior to Auction:- David Lewis, 5 Meadowcroft, Whitchurch, Shopshire SY13 1BD. Telephone 01948 665570, email davesrelics@hotmail.co.uk. Telephone numbers on auction day only 07930 252037 or 07400538583. MAIN AUCTION The main Auction will be in the Exhibition Hall and viewing will be from 7.30 a.m. The sale will start at 10.30 a.m. There will be a lunch break at Lot 300 for 30 minutes. Car parking on the site is restricted but there are a number of car parks within a short walking distance of the Centre. ALPHA LOTS There will be a large Alpha lot section on the day. This will be held in the Viewing Room at the Crewe North Signal Box. Viewing for this sale will be from 8.00 a.m. till 11.00 a.m. Bids to be in by 11.00 a.m. Lots will be sold to the highest bidder as determined by the Auctioneers on receipt of the special “Alpha Lot Bidding Slips” handed in by 11.00 a.m. on the day. The results of this Auction will be available at 2.00 p.m. and an announcement will be made in the Main Hall. All lots must be removed by 3.30 p.m. unless prior arrangements are made. We regret that Alpha lots are not available to poster bidders. BUYERS PREMIUM Please note there is a 10% Buyers Premium to be added to the Hammer Price in the main auction and the highest bid price in the Alpha Lot Auction. FREE BUS There will be a Free Vintage Routemaster Bus running to and from Crewe Railway Station and the Heritage Centre starting from 7.40am approx every 20 minutes for the duration of the day. The bus will break for lunch approx 40 mins at 12.40 to 1.10. REFRESHMENTS There will be Homemade refreshments available all day in the North Signal Box. CAR PARKING The parking at the Heritage Centre will be for Staff and trade stands only on the day. There is parking within 5 minutes walk ofthe event at: • Christ Church East and West Pay & Display and Oak Street Pay and Display. Fees: 2–4 hours £2.10. 4–10 hours £2.90 • All Day Undercover Car Park Civic Centre between Christ Church Car Parks and the Police Station. Fee: All Day £2.90 Enclosed is a Heritage Leaflet with a detailed map on the back including all Car Parks. Please note: Tesco, Dunelm/MFI allow 3 hours parking for ‘Customers only’ and are checked regularly, so parking here is at your own risk.

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A brass Diesel Locomotive Worksplate “The Drewry Car Co. Ltd City Wall House London EC2 1955 204 H.P. Loco No.2543/D269 Constructed By The Vulcan Foundry Ltd Newton-Le-Willows Lancs”. Ex BR D2220 original number 11126 built by Dewry Car - Vulcan Foundry as 543/D269 in sep 1955 first depot 32A Norwich withdrawn Feb 1968 from 2F Bescot. Scrapped at Cohen’s Kettering in May 1968. The plate is in very good unrestored ex loco condition.

2

A Great Western Railway stone Ginger Beer Bottle, the side marked “G.W.R. Refreshment Dept Swindon”. In very good condition..

3

A cast iron Shedplate 72A (Exmouth Junction) 1950 to September 1963. The plate is in good restored condition and has the BR(S) Triangle on the back.

4

A cast iron Wagonplate “For Repairs Advise Thomas Burnett & Co. Ltd Doncaster”, Horseshoe shaped. This plate is in face restored only condition. A Scarce Wagon plate!

5

An LNER enamel Station Lamp Tablet “Monkseaton” rectangular, brown on cream, fully flanged. A couple of face chips & some edge rusting otherwise in good condition. Size 16” x 5”.

6

A Diesel Locomotive Worksplate ex 47 293 “British Railways Crewe Built 1966 Power Equipment By Brush Electrical Engineering Company Ltd And Sulzer”. Rectangular alloy, face restored only, the back in ex loco condition and clearly stamped “47 293”.

7

A BR small, chromed Double Arrow as fitted to 08 Class Locomotives. In very good condition.

8

A framed & glazed Carriage Print “Wisbech, Cambridgeshire” by Gyrth Russell. In very good condition in original type frame.

9

A cast iron Signal Finial, London Chatham & Dover Railway, clearly marked with company initials “LCD”. In good unrestored condition.

10

An original painting by Vic Welch depicting GWR King Class 4-6-0 6000 King George V on Shed at Old Oak Common. Framed & glazed in very good condition, size 27 ½” x 20 ½”.

11

An enamel advertisement sign “Lloyd’s Tea Pre-Eminent In Quality”, white on blue, double sided with wall fixing bracket, size 14” x 10”. In very good condition with some minor edge chipping only.

12

A cast iron Crane plate “J.Booth & Bros Ltd Works No.2970/1915 Rodley Leeds” from a Steam Crane. In face restored only condition.

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13

A cast iron Shedplate “3D” Aston, Birmingham, 1948 to June 1960. This plate is in superb ex loco condition.

14

An LMS (Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway) pattern copper Gas Lamp Top, clearly embossed “LMS”. In very good unrestored condition. The glass has been replaced at some time. A Rare Example!

15

A BR(M) Totem “CARNFORTH”, fully flanged. Several small face chips, some edge rusting & mottling, otherwise in good condition. A WCML Station made famous by the film Brief Encounter!

16

A Midland Railway Rotory Block Instrument clearly stamped “MRCo.” In several places and dated “1913”. In very good ex Signal Box condition.

17

A Webb & Thompson large Electric Train Staff “Stoke Canon Jun. – Thorveton”. This Staff is in good ex service condition.

18

A Great Western Railway brass faced Pressure Gauge, the engraved face has “G.W.R.” on it and the brass case is stamped “G.W.R.” and dated “6-97”. In good ex loco condition.

19

A cast iron Bridgeplate “L.N.E. & L.M.S. Joint 34”. In good face restored condition.

20

A mounted Coat of Arms Transfer “Liverpool Overhead Railway Company”. This would appear to be an original door panel. On the back can be seen ‘LNER Carriage Works York No.380’. Size 12” x 14” in good ex service condition.

21

A pictorial enamel Advertisement sign “Churchman’s Tenner The Cigarette That Satisfies” shows packet to the centre in red/green on white with some minor edge and screw hole chips otherwise in very good condition. Size 30” x 10”.

22

A London & North Western Railway brass Inspectors Carbide Lamp by Lucas Ltd, Birmingham. This lamp is embossed “LNWR” twice on the body and also the lens hood and retains its original plated finish. In very good condition.

23

A cast iron Shedplate “16B” Kirkby-In-Ashfield, October 1955 to September 1963. This plate is in very good ex loco condition.

24

A cast iron Manchester Ship Canal Sleeper plate “M.S.C. Co Limit Of Maintenance Railway” in good face restored only condition.

25

An unusual BR (M) enamel Station Sign “LEICESTER” fully flanged, size 26” x 4 ¾”. In very good condition with good deep colour & shine.

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25A

A medal “Barry Dock & Railways Company First Sod Cut By Lord Windsor 14th November 1884 By Directors Lord Windsor & David Davies Deputy Chairman”. In good used condition.

26

A brass Locomotive Workplate “LMS Built 1937 Crewe”. This plate is believed to have been carried by a Jubilee Class Engine. There are traces of maroon paint to the edge and a small crack to the left hand bolt hole, otherwise this plate is in good, unrestored, ex loco condition.

27

An alloy Key Token “Morfa Mawddach – Barmouth South” from the Cambrian Coast Line. This key is in restored condition.

28

A wooden cased Signalbox Telephone with polished brass plate to the front “Important Listen Before Ringing” with black, red “Special/Code” buttons. In very good ex box condition.

29

A cast iron sign “London Brighton & South Coast Railway” Bridge Diamond complete with all tonnage plates and in very good restored condition. A Scarce Diamond!

30

A BR 1950s/60s wooden Carriage Destination Board “CITY OF LEICESTER MIDLAND HOLIDAY EXPRESS” In maroon & straw, size 12Ft x 6”. In good ex service condition.

31

A 1950s/60s tinplate Shelf Advertisement sign “Never Sold Loose – Spratt’s Budgerigar Mixture (Packets Only)”. In blue on gold with makers name to the lip “Reginald Corfield Ltd Lombard Road London SW19”. In very good condition.

32

A GWR steel Key Token “Drws-Y-Nant – Llanuwchllyn” a section on the Ruabon – Barmouth Line. In very good ex service condition.

33

A cast iron Shedplate “15C” Leicester Midland 1948 to Sept 1963, then Kettering until June 1965. The back of this plate is marked ‘48180’. The plate is in totally ex loco condition.

34

A London Midland & Scottish Railway stoneware Refreshment Room Flagon clearly marked “LMS” in very good condition together with two green LMS Hotel Beer Bottles.

35

A BR(S) Totem “EARLSWOOD” fully flanged with black edging. Some edge rusting & slight mottling, otherwise in good condition.

36

A Midland Railway brass Shelf Mounted Repeater, the face marked “Signal On-Failed-Off” with some minor chipping to the face otherwise in very good polished condition.

37

A Great Western Railway Tapper Block Bell with makers plate “R.E. Thompson Ltd”. In very good ex box condition.

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38

A brass LMS Stanier Hooter in good polished condition, attractively mounted on a wooden base with brass plate, ex Black 5.

39

A cast iron Trespass sign “Cheshire Lines Committee Notice Any Person Trespassing On This Railway will Be prosecuted By Order”. In very good unrestored condition.

40

A Smokebox plate “44795”. New Horwich works Aug 1947 as ‘4795’, renumbered April 1948 ‘44795’ allocated to Carlisle 1948 and was still there when withdrawn in July 1967. Then to M.C. Williams, Sheltleston and cut up in December 1967. The plate is in totally ex loco condition.

41

An LMS enamel sign “London Midland & Scottish Railway Private Road/Or Footpath, white on black, size 16 ½” x 9 ½” in good condition.

42

A Great Western Railway brass Vacuum Brake Handle. The back is marked “6853 ex GWR Grange Class “Morehampton Grange”. In very good unrestored condition. See Lot 209.

43

An alloy Locomotive Shedplate 82A (Bristol Bath Road). In very good ex loco condition. These were fitted to Warship and Western Class locomotives.

44

A (London & North Western Railway) cast iron signal Box Backboard plate “WEST KIRKBY TO SLOW HOME” ex Hooton. In very good ex box condition.

45

A Great western Railway cast iron Door plate “PORTERS ROOM”. An unusually large Door plate in totally unrestored condition. Size 26 ½” x 6”.

46

A cast iron Locomotive Worksplate “Built 1957 Derby” the back is marked ‘ex D3125’. The plate is in totally ex loco condition.

47

An alloy Key Token “Oxley Branch Jc. – Wombourn” in very good ex box condition.

48

A Southern Railway brass Sykes Signalbox Plunger with enamel plate, black on white “MINSTER A”. In very good polished condition.

49

A cast iron sign (Great Western Railway) “Caution Engines Must Not Pass This Arch GWR Swindon May 1899”. In very good unrestored condition. (Very Heavy!).

50

A Great Western Railway brass Cabside “9442” ex Hawksworth design 0-6-0 Pannier Tank, new R.S.H. March 1951 to Neath, also Duffryn Yard & withdrawn Neath in July 1964, cut up at Birds, Swansea Dec 1964. This plate is in superb ex loco condition.

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50A

A southern Railway Sykes Lower Quadrant Indicator as fitted to Lock & Block Instruments. In very good condition.

51

A pictorial enamel advertisement sign “Frys Celebrated Chocolate, Makers to T.M. The King and Queen Alexandra”. Size 24” x 12”, white on blue with some edge & screw hole chipping otherwise in good condition with good deep colour & shine.

52

A London & North Western Railway Handlamp clearly stamped “LNWR Eng Walsall No.28069” with LMS reservoir, in good unrestored condition.

53

A cast iron Shedplate 75A (Brighton) from 1950 to June 1964. This plate is in good restored condition with a clear BR(S) triangle to the back of the plate.

54

An early LNER framed & glazed Carriage print “Salmon Stream Near Killin” in good condition.

55

A BR(S) enamel Station sign “Please Show Tickets” fully flanged with a couple of minor edge chips otherwise in very good condition with good deep colour & shine. The back still retains its mounting brackets. Size 11 ¾” x 11 ¾”.

56

A brass Locomotive Worksplate “LMS Built 1884 Derby”. The back clearly stamped ‘41734’, an ex Midland Railway Johnson 0-6-0 1F Locomotive 1948 – 1957 at Birkenhead and 1957 to 1967 at Barrow Hill. Withdrawn Dec 1966 and cut up April 1967. The plate has been face cleaned only.

57

An LB & SCR Oil Can, circular conical body clearly stamped “LB&SCR” and steel plated “Northwood S Box”. In good unrestored condition.

58

A framed & glazed Carriage print “Beaumaris, Anglesey” by David Cobb from the LMS series, issued 1952. This depicts the view looking towards Beaumaris with Steamer at the jetty and sailing vessels etc. In original frame in very good condition.

59

A cast iron Viaduct plate “LM&SR Co. 34A”. In very good restored condition.

60

A Great Western Railway 1918 Churchward pattern Ground Signal complete with lamp and interior. In full working order.

61

An enamel Advertisement sign “The Travellers Bureau Ltd Supply Railway Season Tickets By Weekly Instalments Apply Within”. Double sided with some edge and minor face chipping, size 24” x 18”.

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62

A North Eastern Railway small, three aspect Inspectors Handlamp the top stamped “NER” and brass plated “NER” in very good restored condition.

63

A cast iron Shedplate 26A (Newton Heath) 1948 to Sept 1963. The plate is in face restored only, some time ago condition.

64

A Cap Badge “The Liverpool Overhead Railway Co.-9823-Porter”. In very good ex service condition. A Scarce Badge! See also Lot 464.

65

A BR(M) Totem “HALL ROAD” fully flanged. Some minor edge chipping & rusting and slight mottling otherwise in good condition.

66

An oval brass Steam Locomotive Bunker plate “Water Capacity 1200 Gallons” ex LMS 0-6-0 Jinty Tank ’47 658’ new Beardmores 1929 as ‘7658’ renumbered to 47 658’ in Oct 1949. Sheds include 1948-1960 Stoke, then Crewe Works Shunter until withdrawn Oct 1966. The plate is in totally ex loco condition.

67

A London & North Western Railway Block Instrument with early enamel location plate “Islip Iron works siding”. This instrument is in good ex box condition

68

A BR Class 20 Flame Cut Cabside Panel “20 094” new as D8094 RSH No.3000/8252 to Eastfield Glasgow, other allocations include Polmadie, Immingham, Tinsley, Toton. Withdrawn June 1993 and sold to GCR Ruddington Sept 1993, moved to Barrowhill Oct 1999, sold to DRS Aug 2001 and cut up at Cymru Metals Llanelly May 2004. This panel is in very good, Rail Blue ex loco condition. Size 33” x 9”.

69

A cast iron sign (Cheshire Lines Committee) “Beware Of The Trains” in unrestored ex Lineside condition.

70

An early One Engine Staff clearly engraved “MICHAEL – ST. JOHNS” in good ex service condition.

71

A BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station sign “Way Out Please Show Tickets” with right facing arrow, some minor chipping but otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 36” x 18”.

72

A pair of BR(M) Locomotive Headlamps both in good restored condition and complete with their correct interiors.

73

A cast iron Shedplate 21B (Bourneville) 1948 to February 1960. The plate is in restored condition.

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74

A cast iron Wagonplate “Stableford & Co. Ltd Builders Coalville 1927”. The plate is in very good unrestored condition.

75

An enamel face plate from a Station Chocolate Machine “Nestle’s Milk Chocolate The Richest In Cream Full Size 2D Packet” in yellow, purple, white & red on green. Some minor screw hole chipping otherwise in superb condition. Size 13 ¼” x 6”.

75A

A Great Western Railway Lower Quadrant wooden Home Signal Arm & early Spectacle plate. In good unrestored condition.

76

An LMS solid copper Saucepan clearly side marked “LMS Dining Cars St. Pancras” in very good polished condition from one of the Company’s Restaurant Cars.

77

A Tyers No.6 Tablet “Egloskerry – Tresmere No.21” brass and steel, from the LSWR Halwill Junction to Padstow Line. This has been stamped “Not In Use” as is often found on these tablets. In very good ex service condition.

78

A London Transport Tube Stock, double sided destination plate “Hounslow” with “Acton” on the reverse side. Size 24” x 4”, white enamel on black with brass ends with some edge & face chipping, otherwise in good ex service condition.

79

A cast iron Viaduct plate West Riding & Grimsby Railway “WR&GR 93” in unrestored, ex lineside condition.

80

A Great Western Railway brass Locomotive Cabside “4213” ex GWR Churchward design 2-8-0- T. New Swindon September 1912 to Newport District, other allocations include Llanelly, Carmarthen, Duffryn Yard. Withdrawn Ebbw Junction Jan 1964 and cut up at Cohen’s, Swansea June 1964. The plate is in unrestored ex loco condition.

81

An enamel Post Box plate “GVlR (with crown) Post Office Letterbox Notice Letters Containing Coin, Paper Money Or Jewellery Should Not Be Posted In This Box, But Should Be Registered”. Black on white with one chip to the top centre, otherwise in good ex Box condition. Size 12” x 11”.

82

A South African Railways brass Cabside plate from a Class S1 0-8-0 Shunting Locomotive. A member of the first class to be designed and built by SAR. Built at Salt River Workshops in Capetown 1948, used extensively in Capetown and the Transvaall Western System. Withdrawn early 1980s following the closure of Koedoes poort works in Pretoria. The plate is in unrestored, ex loco condition with some wear to the bottom lettering.

83

An early Edmondson type Station Ticket Dating Machine, the top embossed “J.F.Clarke London” together with a box of Type. In good ex station condition.

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84

A cloth Pilotman’s Armband “Somerset & Dorset Pilotman” white on red, complete with strap. There is some wear to a couple of the letters and the edge but a Rare Survivor!

85

A BR(M) Totem “KETTERING” fully flanged. With some edge rusting and a couple of face chips otherwise good deep colour & shine. This Totem still retains its back mounting bracket and hanging hooks.

86

A brass Diesel Locomotive Radiator plate “HUNSLET” from a BR Class 05 Shunter D2550 – D2618 Built 1955 to 1961. The plate is in face restored only condition.

87

A BR Travel Agents wooden display model of a BR HST Power Car & Coach. In excellent condition.

88

A Midland Railway 8 Inch Fusee Drop Box Clock. The face is marked “Midland Railway W.Joyce Whitchurch”. This is in good ex service condition except that the top of the pendulum is broken but otherwise this is believed to be in good working order.

89

A London & North Eastern Railway cast iron Seatback “TORPHINS” from the Aberdeen to Ballater Line. The plate is in very good, unrestored, ex Seat condition. Opened by the Great North Of Scotland Railway 02/12/1859, closed 28/02/1962.

90

A Smokebox plate “44580” ex LMS Fowler 0-6-0 4F Class Tender Locomotive, new as 4580 Derby May 1939, renumbered to 44580 Jan 1950. The Locomotive spent most of it’s working life at Saltley. Withdrawn Nov 1964 and cut up March 1965. The plate is in face restored, a long time ago condition, the back is in ex loco condition.

91

An enamel Advertisement sign “United Automobile Services Agent For Parcels And Private Hire Coaches” black on yellow, double sided with mounting edge. Size 18” x 17” with some chips to the edge. United operated in North Yorkshire.

92

An alloy Depot Plaque Bescot featuring a Saddle. The plaque is in good ex stores, unfitted condition. Size 17 ½” x 17 ½”.

93

A cast iron Shedplate 6G Llandudno Junction March 1952 to October 1966. The plate is in basically ex loco condition.

94

A Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway gilt Cap Badge “LYR Station Master” in very good ex service condition.

95

A BR(M) Totem “NUNEATON” fully flanged. Some edge rusting but good deep colour & shine, the back is a little rusty otherwise in good condition.

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96

A brass Locomotive Worksplate “Sir W.G.Armstrong Whitworth & Co. Engineers Ltd No.1206 Scotswood works, Newcastle-On-Tyne, ex LMS Black 5, new as 5165 in Aug 1935, renumbered 45165 in 1948, spent all its working life between 1948 & 1962 at Perth, Scotland. The engine was cut up in Nov 1963. The plate is in totally ex loco condition with just the top right hand bolt hole slightly pulled.

97

A Midland Railway Tapper Block Bell with original ivorine plate “Bell Wigston South Station”. In good ex box condition.

98

A Great Eastern Railway brass Station Handbell clearly embossed “GER” in good ex Station condition.

99

A cast iron London & North Western Railway Fire Fender decorated with flowers and with steel extension to the top embossed “LNWR” ex Wellingborough, London Road. In very good unrestored condition.

100

A Southern Railway brass King Arthur Class Locomotive Nameplate “SIR LAMORAK” ex 30451 an N15 Class 4-6-0 new from Eastleigh Works June 1925 as ‘451’, renumbered ‘30451’ July 1948 a long time Salisbury Loco. It was withdrawn and cut up June 1962 at Eastleigh. The plate is in very good face only restored condition, the ex loco back is clearly stamped with the number 451.

100A An enamel Advertisement sign “Rowntree’s Elect Cocoa Makers To T.M. The King & Queen” white & yellow on blue with some rusting and face chipping otherwise in good condition.

101

A mounted Coat of Arms Transfer Manchester South Junction & Altringham Railway Co. In good condition, size 18” x 18”.

102

A Great Western Railway early copper top Handlamp with “GWR” etched into the front glass and original reservoir & burner. This lamp is in very good restored condition.

103

A cast iron Shedplate 82G (Templecombe) Feb 1958 to October 1963. The plate is in restored condition.

104

A Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Horse Brass, circular with serrated edges and lettered “LYR Co.” around a central dome. A Rare Horse Brass in good condition.

105

An LMS enamel Station Lamp Tablet “STEETON AND SILSDEN” yellow/black with some screw hole damage otherwise in good ex station condition. Size 17” x 4 ½”. A Scarce Lamp Tablet!

106

A Station wall mounted Nestles Milk Chocolate Vending Machine with title to both side panels and also the front shows a picture of a Chocolate Bar. In very good condition. 30.7” high.

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107

A London & North western Railway Fletchers metal cased shelf mounted Signal Repeater. The front marked “L&NWRY Electrical & Signal Department Crewe No.3554”. In good ex box condition.

108

A cast iron Industrial Locomotive Nameplate “LANCE” believed to be from Whitecross Iron Works in Warrington, they had two Peckett Tanks one of which was Lance which then ended up at Chasewater where it was scrapped. Size approx 12” x 4 ½”.

109

A cast iron signal Gantry plate “McKenzie & Holland Engineers Worcester” in very good face restored only condition.

110

A Great Northern Railway enamel Drivers Tea Mug in blue & white clearly marked “Loco Dept G.N.R. Lincoln”. Some side and rim chipping but this is a Very Rare Survivor!

111

An enamel sign “You May Telephone From Here” white on blue, double sided in an ornamental frame. Some minor face & edge chipping otherwise good deep colour & shine.

112

A London & North Eastern Railway (NBR) pattern Handlamp clearly marked “2817 Fog Signalman London Road Junction” and brass plated “Wyncott & Son Ltd England Birmingham”. In good restored condition.

113

A cast iron Shedplate 62C (Dunfermline) 1950 to May 1967. The plate is in totally ex loco condition.

114

A Great Western Railway cast iron Signalbox Nameboard “PANEG & COEDYGRIC JC SIGNALBOX”. The board is in unrestored, ex box condition.

115

A BR(M) Totem “CHELFORD” fully flanged. Some mottling to the lettering and some edge rusting, otherwise good deep colour & shine. A Station on the Crewe to Manchester Line opened 10th May 1842 and still open today.

116

A Midland Railway Routing Block Instrument stamped “MR co.” in several places. In very good ex box condition.

117

A Webb & Thompson large Electric Train Staff “CRANLEIGH – BAYNARDS” a former LB&SCR section. In very good ex box condition.

118

A Smiths Steam locomotive Speedometer, the dial lettered “Smiths BR MPH 0 – 100”. In very good ex loco condition with mounting bracket and a ‘Smith’s’ label to the rear. “Ex Black 5 44816”.

119

A Great Western Railway cast iron wooden post Signal Finial in good unrestored condition with all base lugs intact. The base has “Ex Borth Cambrian Coast Line” on it.

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120

A London & North Western Railway Rotating Home Ground Signal in full working order. These Ground Signals are very Rare to find in this condition.

121

An early cast iron Road warning sign “CROSS ROADS”. The front has been repainted, the back is in unrestored condition with integral bracket. Size 20 ¼” x 11 ¼”.

122

A London Brighton & South Coast Railway Handlamp with large oval full company title brass plate and two steel location plates “Engrs Dep Eastbourne” with correct SR pattern interior. In very good condition.

123

A cast iron Shedplate 71A (Eastleigh) 1950 to September 1963. The plate is in restored some time ago condition and clearly shows the BR(S) Triangle to the back.

124

A cast iron Wagonplate “The Chorley Wagon co. Limited Builders Chorley”. This plate is in very good unrestored condition. A Scarce Wagonplate!

125

A North Eastern Railway enamel Station Doorplate “General Room & Booking Office” brown on cream with ornate ends. A couple of repaired face chips but good deep colour & shine. Size 20 ½” x 5 ½”.

125A A collection of Hornby ‘O’ Gauge Tinplate incuding a Signalbox, Double Distant Signal, Water Tower, Lineside Huts etc. All unboxed and in very good condition.

126

An LMS brass Tender plate “Water Capacity 3500 Gallons” the plate is in very good ex loco condition.

127

A Great Western Railway Gangers Occupation Instrument with brass key for the section “PRESTHOPE & LONGVILLE”. This machine is in good restored condition.

128

A hallmarked Silver & enamelled Sugar Spoon, the top of the Spoon with the full company title “Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway” with Coat of Arms to the centre. In lovely condition.

129

A cast iron Trespass sign “London & South Western Railway Secretary Godfrey Knight, May 1903”. A Scarce Sign!

130

A BR small Fireman’s Shovel there is a label attached that states “Small Handle Firing Shovel Last Used 1962 And Taken From 47353 When Withdrawn at 8A Edge Hill”. In good used condition.

131

An enamel Advertisement sign “Agent For Lipton’s Tea” red & white on green, double sided with wall fixing bracket, Size 18” x 9 ¾”. In very good condition with minor edge chipping.

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132

A SNCF large Steam Locomotive Headlamp, plated “Number No.3811” in very good restored condition.

133

A cast iron Shedplate 8C (Speke Junction) 1948 to May 1968. The plate is in face restored only, some time ago condition.

134

A cast iron Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Signalbox Lever Backboard Makers plate “L&YR Co. Makers Horwich”. In very good, unrestored, ex box condition.

135

.A BR (M) Totem “LITTLE SUTTON” fully flanged. In very good condition with good colour & shine.

136

A cast iron Great Western Railway Signalbox Door Notice “Great Western Railway Notice No Unauthorised Person Allowed In This Box By Order”. This sign is unrestored and would appear to have been in a fire. Believed to have been recovered from Ellesmere Signalbox when it was demolished.

137

A Great Western Railway double line Spagnoletti Block Instrument in good ex box condition.

138

A cast iron Tender plate “LMS 4089 – 1929” ex LMS Fowler Class 7F 0-8-0 Built Crewe Oct 1929 LMS 9567 renumbered 49567, sheds include Aintree. Withdrawn Feb 1950 and cut up shortly afterwards. The plate is in restored condition.

139

A cast iron Cambrian Railways Fire Fender with oval embossed lettering to the front “Cambrian Railways Company” In good unrestored condition. Ex Barmouth Junction.

140

A Great Western Railway cast iron Locomotive Cabside “5248” ex Collett design 2-8-0 new Swindon December 1925 to Ebbw Junction it spent most of its BR days at Llanelly. Withdrawn October 1963 at Llantrisant and cut up at Hayes, Bridgend May 1964. The plate is in unrestored ex loco condition.

141

A 1950s/60s enamel Bus Stop sign “Bury Corporation Transport Bus Stop Fare Stage” green on cream, double sided with some face chipping on both sides, otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 18 ¾” x 14”.

142

An alloy Depot Plaque Hither Green featuring Oast Houses. The plaque is in good unfitted, ex stores condition. Size 17 ½” x 17 ½”.

143

An LMS Signalbox Nameboard “DUNHAM HILL” just missing the beading to the right hand end, otherwise in goo unrestored condition. Size 72 ¼” x 10 ¼”.

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144

A Midland Railway engraved Signalbox Lever Description Backboard plate “Intermediate Starting To Chesterfield Goods From Down Side”. In good ex box condition.

145

A BR(M) Totem GARSWOOD” fully flanged with four face drilled holes for fixing. Some minor edge chipping around the screw holes otherwise excellent deep colour & shine.

146

A cast iron Locomotive Worksplate “Built 1961 Swindon” ex BR 0-6-0 D2375 new to Sutton Oak, other sheds include Birkenhead & Allerton. Withdrawn May 1968 and cut up at Cohen’s, Kettering Nov 1968. This plate is in very good ex loco condition.

147

An alloy Key Token PWLLHELI EAST – PENY CHAIN” from the Cambrian Coast Line. This Key is in restored condition.

148

A framed & glazed Carriage print “The River Nidd, Knaresborough Yorkshire” by Jack Merriot from the LNER 1944/45 series. In very good condition with original frame.

149

A cast iron Bridge Notice “GN&GE Joint Railway Notice” etc, signed “Kings Cross Station”. This sign is in unrestored condition.

150

An alloy Diesel Nameplate “KETTERING” ex Class 47 527 named at Kettering Station 5 May 1989. The Nameplates were removed at Bristol Bath Road Aug 1992 when withdrawn. These Nameplates were refitted to 47 804 Sept 1992, removed again in Aug 1993. This plate is in good restored condition.

150A A North Eastern Railway wooden Two Wheeled Sack Truck, the one side painted “YORK” and the other side retains its York NER location plate. In very good ex station condition.

151

A Pictorial enamel Advertisement sign “Nectar Tea” in a Cup & Saucer shape, green & white with some edge chipping and rusting but otherwise good colour & shine. Size 12 ¼” x 21”.

152

A Sugg Rochester pattern Gas Lamp Post Top complete with globe and in very good condition. Please note that this lamp has been rewired for electricity and we recommend that this is checked by an electrician before using.

153

A cast iron Shedplate 55C (Farnley Junction) September 1956 to November 1966. The plate is in very good ex loco condition.

154

A pair of brass Air Horns from a Western Class 52 Diesel-Hydraulic. Both are in very good polished condition and are accompanied with their Brel. Swindon Works receipt dated 7/1/87.

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155

A BR(Sc) enamel Door plate “LADIES WAITING ROOM” fully flanged with minor edge chipping otherwise in very good condition with deep colour & shine. Size 18” x 6”.

156

A brass engraved Locomotive Worksplate “Great Northern Railway No.1417 Makers 1914 Doncaster” ex GNR 0-6-0 T J50 Class, first numbered 3159, then 3182, then LNER 8892 – 1923 and in August 1948 68892. Sheds include Bradford 1948-1957, Stockton 1958 and Copley Hill 1959-1963. The locomotive was withdrawn September 1963 and cut up in November 1963. The plate is in very good, unpolished, ex loco condition.

157

A Great Western Railway Thompson Track Circuit Indicator with red banner “Track Occupied/Clear” with ivorine plate to the top “Down Main In Rear of Home Signal” and also with it’s cast iron shelf mounted bracket. In good ex box condition.

158

A framed & glazed Carriage print “Alnmouth, Northumberland” by S.R.Badmin from the LNER 1945/47 series. In good condition with original type frame.

159

A cast iron sign “London & North Eastern Railway Company Hereby Give Notice, Pursuant To The Provisions of The L&NERly Act 1924 (Section 70) That this Roadway Is Their Private Property” with the 02 casting code. This sign has been restored some time ago.

160

An LMS (London & North Western Railway) pattern Ground Signal with Miniature Home Arm with the later LMS style base. This Signal is complete and in full working order. A Scarce Ground Signal.

161

A Cardiff Railway enamel sign “Smoking In Or About This Warehouse Is Prohibited-By-Order T.N.Rosser Dockmaster” etc. This has a further nine lines of text and is signed at the bottom “C.S.Denniss General Manager Cardiff Railway Company Bute Docks Cardiff”. Red on white, size 21” x 19 ½” in good condition except for screw hole chipping and minor edge rusting. A Rare sign!

162

A British Railways Double Royal Poster “Shrewsbury Historic Centre Of A Most Beautiful County” by Jack Merriott. In very good rolled condition.

163

An alloy Diesel Locomotive Radiator plate “Yorkshire” from a Yorkshire Engine Co. Diesel Loco. The plate is in unrestored condition.

164

A Cap Badge “The Royal Mail Steam Packet Co. No.47”, gilt on blue enamel and in very good condition.

165

A BR(E) Totem “DARFIELD” half flanged. There are several touched in chips to the face and minor edge rusting otherwise good deep colour & shine.

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166

A collection of six Midland Railway brass Signalbox Lever Description plates mounted on a wooden board “Signal From Sidings To Up Goods”, Down Distant”, Signal From Sidings No.1&2”, “Main Line Crossover”, “Disc From Down Line” and “Points Up Line And Down Siding”. All are in good polished condition.

167

A Tyers North Eastern Railway Permissive Block Instrument. The face is marked “Tyers Patent” and the Instrument retains it’s brass plate “Down Line”. In very good ex box condition.

168

A framed & glazed Carriage print “Travel In 1910 London & North Western Railway Bus In Watford High Street” from the LMS C.Hamilton Ellis Travel series.

169

A cast iron sign “To Cyclists This Hill is Dangerous National Cyclists Union” in very good ex Roadside condition.

170

An alloy Diesel Nameplate “BESCOT TMD” ex Class 31 31105. The locomotive was new as D5523 Brush Works No.122 March 1959 to Stratford, other depots include March, Immingham, Thornaby and Bescot. Renumbered to 31105 Feb 1974 and named “Bescot TMD” at Bescot open day 30 Aug 1992. Stored Jan 1997 then withdrawn May 1997. The Nameplates were removed April 1997 and sold to Fragonset Jun ’99, stored at Barrowhill then sold to Network Rail derby Jan 2003 and believed to be still in traffic. In ex loco condition with DBS Receipt.

171

A BR(M) enamel Station sign “Train Information” unfanged with minor face & edge chips otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 56 ½” x 6 ¼”.

172

An LNER/BR Inspectors Carbide Lamp, the top handle clearly stamped “BUCH. ST Signal GN11”. The lamp is unusual in having a copper top section and is in very good unrestored condition. Believed to be ex Buchannon Street!

173

A cast iron Shedplate 8H (Allerton/Birkenhead Mollington Street) September 1963 to November 1967. The plate is in superb ex loco condition.

174

A Great Western railway brass Cash Bag plate engraved “G.W.R. Kings Worthy” a Station on the Newbury to Winchester Line. The plate is in good condition and still retains its leather backing.

175

A BR(NE) enamel Posterboard Heading “BRITISH RAILWAYS” in very good condition with just one small face chip, otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 27” x 5 ¾”.

175A A wooden Carriage Destination Board “THE GREAT WESTERN” in very good ex service condition. Approx 11Ft long.

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176

A chromed, brass Diesel Worksplate “English Electric Company Ltd London No.2723/D465 - 1959 The Vulcan Foundry Ltd Locomotive Works England”. Ex Class 40 ‘40048’ new as D248 in Nov 1959, first depot Gateshead and then Hornsey, Finsbury Park, Leeds, Healey Mills, Thornaby until transferred to Wigan 1967, also to Carlisle and Carnforth. To Scotland 1976/1977, stored and condemned Oct 1977 and cut up at Doncaster July 1980. It was renumbered to 40048 in Feb 1974. The plate has been cleaned on the front but still retains some of its chrome plating.

177

An alloy Key Token BARNSTAPLE JC – FREMINGTON”. The Key is in very good ex service condition.

178

A brass Steam Roller Headstock plate from a Wallace & Stevens Advance type Steam Roller, curved to fit the headstock. This shows the map of the world with the name across the front. In good unrestored condition.

179

A cast iron sign (Great Western Railway) “Passengers Are Requested To Cross The Line By The Subway”. This sign has been face restored only.

180

A GWR/BR(W) Tubular Post Single Line Key Token Pick Up Equipment comprising of: Tubular Post Finial with Token Holder Bracket, Lamp, Ladder etc. An Unusual item Rarely Offered!

181

An enamel Trespass sign “Warning Any Person Found Trespassing on this Railway Will Be Prosecuted. No Liability Whatsoever Will Be Admitted For Injuries Sustained During The Act Of Trespass By Order National Coal Board”. This has several face chips otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 18” x 15”.

182

A South African Railways brass Cabside Number plate “E1095” dual language from a 5E1 Class Electric Locomotive Built by Metropolitan Vickers. In unrestored ex loco condition.

183

An alloy Road sign “LOW BRIDGE” with makers name ‘Needham-Stockport’. In ex Roadside condition with clear post mark to the back.

184

A large brass LMSR Hotel Key Ring engraved “LM&S Park Hotel Preston Bedroom No.34” on the reverse side “If Taken Away Affix Stamp Here And Post”, this is from the Company’s Hotel in Preston Lancashire. In good polished condition.

185

A BR(M) Totem “BEDWORTH” fully flanged. A couple of minor chips to the face and some minor scratching otherwise good deep colour & shine.

186

A Midland Railway Tapper Block Bell in very good ex box condition.

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187

An alloy Key Token “FAZAKERLEY STATION – RAINFORD JCT”. This Key is in good ex service condition.

188

A London Brighton & South Coast Railway Station Masters, gilt, shield Cap Badge with Company Coat of Arms to the centre. In good used condition.

189

A Great Northern & Great Eastern Railway Joint Boundary Post “GN&GE” in GNR style. In good restored condition.

190

A Smokebox plate “73171” ex BR Standard Class 4 Built May 1957 at Doncaster (the last of the class), sheds include Leeds Holbeck then to Southern Region at Feltham, then Eastleigh. Withdrawn October 1966 and cut up in March 1967 at Cashmores, Newport. The plate is in face restored condition.

191

An enamel Advertisement sign “Book Here For Shamrock & Rambler Guaranteed Daily Motor Services Timetables & Full Particulars Within”. White on orange with some minor edge and face chipping otherwise good deep colour and shine. Size 36” x 24”.

192

An allot Depot Plaque Ripple Lane featuring a Torch. The plaque is in good unfitted, ex stores condition. Size 17 ½” x 17 ½”.

193

A cast iron Shedplate 66A (Polmadie) 1950 to May 1967. The plate appears to be in ex loco condition.

194

A BR(W) Lion Over Wheel gilt Cap Badge “YARD MASTER” in very good condition.

195

A brass Industrial Locomotive Nameplate “MARSHAL FOCH” together with it’s brass Owners plate marked “Ebbw Vale SI&C Co. Ltd No.39 Ebbw Vale Works”, also stamped “1558”, new Ebbw Vale Steel & Iron Co. Company and on 9th November 1935 it went to Richard Thomas & Co. and was renamed “MARSHAL FOCH”. In Aug 1965 it was moved to Elba Steel Works, Gowerton. It was scrapped in July 1967. Both plates are in unrestored condition.

196

A brass Locomotive Worksplate “North British Locomotive Company Ltd Glasgow No.27413/1954”. This was at Riddings Foundry, Alfreton (Stanton & Staveley Ltd) 1968 then to Holwell Foundry Asfordby near Melton Mowbray (Stanton & Staveley Ltd) (BSC) as Stanton No.39 in 1973, it was still there in 1979 and scrapped on site at Holwell 7/1980. The plate is in ex loco condition.

197

A London Midland & Scottish Railway metal Watering Can with large curved brass plate “LMSR Co.”. In very good unrestored condition.

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198

A Midland & Great Northern Railway brass Guards Whistle and Chain, the side clearly marked “M&GNRY”. In very good used condition.

199

A cast iron sign “Furness Railways Caution To Trespassers” dated ‘August 1894’. This sign is in very good unrestored condition.

200

A Great Western Railway brass Hall Class Locomotive Nameplate “SPEKE HALL” together with it’s matching “7923” Cabside & Smokebox plate. This lovely set came from BR built modified Hall, new Swindon Sept 1950 to Swindon shed. Later sheds include Southall 1958 and Cardiff East Dock Feb 1965. The Loco was withdrawn in June 1965 and cut up at Cohen’s Swansea in Oct 1965. The Nameplate & Cabside have both been restored and come with their original Swindon receipt, the Smokebox has also been restored. A Nice Set!

200A A Caledonian Railway Scottish Tourist Guide Map for the Clyde Coast and Arran, Gourock, Wemyss Bay and Ardrossan, the back cover shows the Steamer Duchess Of Argyll. In good used condition.

201

A framed & glazed Carriage print “Speke Hall, near Liverpool, A National Trust Property” from the LMR series by Ronald Lampit. In original frame.

202

A Great Northern Railway Ground Signal Dolly Lamp Case, brass plated “Great Northern Railway No.23126” and curved location plate “NOCTON”. The back hinge is stamped ‘GNR’, there is one side glass missing otherwise this is in good condition. A GN&GE Joint Station, closed May 1955.

203

A cast iron Shedplate 8A (Edge Hill) 1948 to May 1968. The plate is in restored some time ago condition.

204

A Great Western Railway brass Kay’s Signalbox Drum Clock. The face is marked “GWR Kay & Co. Paris” and is numbered “3656” on the case and on the back of the movement. In good working order. Inside the back there is a piece of paper stating that this was last used at St. Agnes.

205

A BR(Sc) enamel Station Door plate “TICKETS” fully flanged. One small edge chip otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 18” x 3 ½”.

206

A Barry Dock & Railway Company Policeman’s Helmet Badge clearly embossed “BARRY DOCK” with Anchor & Crown to the centre, Leaves around the edge and Crown to the top. This is a Very Rare Badge!

207

A Great Western Railway wooden cased Points Indicator Instrument clearly marked “GWR Makers Padd” and also ivorine plated “No.35”. In very good ex box condition.

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208

A Pair of Furness Railway wooden Waiting Room Fire Bellows clearly marked “FR C” in two places they are also stamped “RD 60556”. In well used condition. An Unusual Survivor!

209

A Great Western Railway cast iron Locomotive Cab Notice “Do Not Look Over Or Pass Along The Side Of This Cab When Near Bridges, Tunnels, Loadgauges Or Coal Stages” dated ‘Jan 1909’. In ex loco condition, back marked ‘Ex 6853 Ex GWR Grange Class Morehampton Grange. There is a slight crack to the top left hand bolt hole otherwise in good ex loco condition. See Also Lot 42.

210

An original Painting by Vic Welsh this depicts GWR Castle Class 4-6-0 5012 Berry Pomeroy Castle with train at speed. In very good condition. Size 27” x 21”. A Striking Image!

211

A 1930s enamel London Transport Target sign “SWISS COTTAGE” from the Station on the Baker St to Wembley Park route. Size 23 ½” x 17 ½”. There are a couple of edge chips and some minor edge rusting otherwise good deep colour & shine.

212

A cast iron Coach plate (Great Eastern Railway) “GER Makers 1899 Stratford Works” in very good face restored only condition.

213

A cast iron Shedplate 67A (Cockerhill) 1950 to May 1967. The plate has unusual style lettering and is in face restored only condition.

214

A Great Eastern Railway Free Pass, the front marked “Great Eastern Rly. Pass 1st All Stations” giving conditions on the rear. In very good condition.

215

A BR(NER) Totem “HARROGATE” half flanged. A crease repair on the ‘T’ and some slight mottling otherwise good deep colour & shine.

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The Following Lots 216 to 229 are being sold on behalf of D.B.Schenker and are all supplied with their appropriate Certificates.

216

An alloy Nameplate “BOW FELL” ex 60015, name applied when built. Built by Brush Loughborough as works number 917. Currently operational. In as removed condition still retaining some of its bolts.

217

An Alloy Depot Plaque BUXTON, in un carried condition, ex stores at Toton. Size 17½” X 17½.”.

218

An Alloy Nameplate ‘COLONEL BILL COCKBURN’ ex 90020. Named after the then Royal Mail Managing Director in Oct 1991 plates removed April 1997. Built by BREL, Crewe Jan 1989. Some bolt hole damage, enlargement etc otherwise in good ex loco condition.

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219

An alloy NAMEPLATE “THE HUNDRED OF HOO” ex 60042. In as removed condition with some screw holes enlarged 71” X 10”.

220

An alloy Plaque “POWERGEN” as carried by 58007 “DRAKELOW POWER STATION”. In as removed ex loco condition.

221

An alloy Nameplate “KIDWELLY” as carried by 08995. The nameplate incorporates the loco number and was applied in December 1987. A couple of slightly enlarged bolt holes otherwise in good ex loco condition.

222

An alloy Nameplate ‘VALE OF YORK” as carried by loco 59201. Named in March 1994 the loco was built by GM EMD (CANADA) as works number 918273-1. In very good ex loco condition.

223

An alloy Cabside Data Panel ex “59201”. In good ex loco condition. See details in previous lot.

224

An alloy Worksplate ex “59201” Details in lot 224. This represents the first genuine example to be auctioned.

225

An alloy Nameplate “SAINT EDMUND” as carried by 86430. The loco was named in June 1996 and removed in June 2004. The Loco was built by BR Doncaster in June 1965, withdrawn in June 2004 and cut up by Booth’s Rotherham in December 2005. In good ex loco condition still retaining a couple of bolts.

226

An alloy Nameplate “FIDDLERS FERRY POWER STATION” as carried by 56099. Named in July 1989, name removed in May 1999. Loco built by BRL Doncaster in Nov 1981 and withdrawn in Nov 2003 from Immingham. Cut up by EMR Attercliffe in Oct 2010. Some minor bolthole damage and a couple of bolts retained otherwise in good ex loco condition.

227

An Alloy Nameplate “SHAKESPEARE CLIFF” as carried by 33051. Named in May 1988 as one of a pair of locos used in the Channel Tunnel construction. Name removed in July 1997. The Loco was built by Birmingham RC&W as DEL 173 and introduced in September 1961. Withdrawn in August 1998 from Eastleigh and cut up onsite in October 2003. still retaining a couple of bolts. In very good ex loco condition.

228

An alloy Nameplate “RESTORED” as carried by 47777. Named in March 1993 and removed in February 1999. Loco built by Brush Traction as number 682 and introduced in January 1966 withdrawn in March 2000 and cut up in August 2004. This plate still retains some of its bolts and is in good, ex loco condition.

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229

An alloy Nameplate “PEAK NATIONAL PARK” together with its alloy Plaque as carried by 37684. Named in September 1991 and name removed in December 2010. The Loco was built by English Electric Vulcan Foundry as works number 3279/D808 in April 1963 and withdrawn in September 2007. Cut up by Booth’s Rotherham in January 2010. The nameplate is in very good e x loco condition with just some slight burn marks to a couple of boltholes, the plaque is in good ex loco condition except for some slight damage to one of the boltholes.

230

A brass English Electric Vulcan Foundry Worksplate works number 3279/D808 ex 37684 “PEAK NATIONAL PARK”. In good ex loco condition See Details as above.

231

A Flame Cut Headcode Panel “86220” new as E3156 from Vulcan Foundry No.3737/E397 May 1966, always a WCML engine, named ‘Goliath’ at Willesden on 8th Aug 1979, nameplates removed April 1987 to Norwich and renamed ‘The Round Tabler’ 5th May 1987, stored May 2008 when names were removed. Then to Immingham Aug 2003 & cut up in 2003 by Easco Ltd. The Panel is in good ex loco condition. Size 30 ¼” x 10 ½”.

232

A Great Eastern Railway Platform Wall Lamp from Woodham Ferrers Station. In good restored condition. This Station was the former junction for the Southminster Branch.

233

A cast iron Shedplate 66E (Carstairs) June 1960 to February 1967. The plate is in face restored only, some time ago condition.

234

A cast iron Coach plate “Great Northern Railway Builders Doncaster”. In very good face restored condition.

235

A BR(S) Totem “VAUXHALL” fully flanged. Some minor edge rusting and a couple of face scratches otherwise in good condition.

236

A Midland Railway wooden cased Signalbox Light Indicator Instrument. With brass plate to the top “Constant Current”, the face is marked with a Midland Wyvern. This still retains its MR test label dated ‘10/12/09’ In good ex box condition.

237

An LMS Cart Horse leather Bridle with brass Blinker plates engraved “LMS”. In good used condition.

238

A London & North Eastern Railway brass Locomotive Whistle and Valve ex J27. In very good, lightly polished condition.

239

A cast iron sign “Midland Railway Trespassers Will Be Prosecuted By Order”, often called the Short Trespass. In very good face restored condition.

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240

A Great Western Railway cast iron Locomotive Cabside “8784” ex GWR 0-6-0 Pannier Tank, new Swindon Works January 1934 to Tysley and then to Neath in 1951, it was withdrawn from there in April 1962 and cut up at the Central Wagon Co., Ince in Sept 1962. This plate is in totally ex loco condition with a slight hairline crack.

241

A London & North Western Railway ‘V’ shaped wood, with cast iron letters, Station sign “LADIES WAITING ROOM” in good unrestored condition.

242

A china Butter Dish with large Company Crest “Caledonian Steam Packet Company Irish Services Limited” in good, used condition.

243

A GWR pattern alloy Key Token Holder and Loop. In good ex box condition.

244

A First World War Railway Service Badge “Alexandra Docks & Railway – Railway Service”. The back is marked ‘J.A. Wylie & Co. no.58’. In very good condition. A Scarce Badge!

245

A Diesel Locomotive Worksplate “British Railways Crewe Built 1959 Power Equipment By The British Thompson-Houston Co. Ltd And Sulzer” ex Class 24 Locomotive 24 036 Bo-Bo Diesel Electric, new Sept 1959 as D5036, allocated to March, then Ipswich and Crewe. Withdrawn in Nov 1977 and cut up at Doncaster Works in 1978. The plate is in totally ex loco condition and the number is scratched onto the back.

246

A Midland Railway Non-Pegging Block Instrument stamped “MR Co.” in several places, the face is also marked “Midland Railway” in full with a Wyvern and still retains its Line Clear Cancel plate. In very good ex box condition.

247

A BR enamel Totem shaped Posterboard Heading “BRITISH RAILWAYS” red on white with minor edge & face chipping, otherwise in good ex service condition. Size 16 ¼” x 4”.

248

A London Brighton & South Coast Railway Clothes Brush clearly marked in the bristles “LB&SCR”. As found in the Company’s Waiting Rooms. In very good condition.

249

A London & North Eastern Railway cast iron Brake Van Stove complete with cast iron Base. The front is clearly embossed “L.N.E.C.”. In restored some time ago condition.

250

An alloy Nameplate “CITY OF MILTON KEYNES” ex Class 86 Electric Locomotive, new as E3147 VF 3728 April 1966, renumbered to 86 211 in Aug 1973, named 14 May 1982 at Milton Keynes Station. The loco was withdrawn in Oct 1986 and cut up at Crewe Works by Sept 1987 following collision damage at Colwich on the 19th Sept 1986. In unrestored, ex loco condition.

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250A A cast iron sign “Great Central Railway Trespassers Will Be Prosecuted”. In very good unrestored condition.

251

A BR(M) Station Frontage Board “EARBY” unflanged with blank Totems at each end. Size 101” x 12” with some mottling but otherwise good deep colour & shine.

252

A London & North Western Railway Handlamp clearly stamped “LNWR Chapel-En-Le-Frith A 30434” with correct LMS pattern reservoir. In good unrestored condition.

253

A cast iron Shedplate 67B (Hurlford) 1950 to October 1966. The plate is in ex loco condition.

254

A BR(W) Totem shaped Cap Badge “EXCESS LUGGAGE” in very good condition. A Scarce Badge!

255

A BR(S) enamel Station Doorplate “WAITING ROOM” fully flanged. Some minor edge chipping, otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 18” x 6”.

256

A brass engraved Locomotive Worksplate “North British Locomotive Coy Ltd Glasgow No.24357 Hyde Park Works 1936”. Ex LMS Stanier 2-6-4 Tank, new as 2601, renumbered to 42601 April 1949. Sheds include Carnforth, Monument Lane and Bangor, withdrawn April 1965 and cut up Sept 1965. The plate is in good face polished condition and the back is in ex loco condition.

257

A brass Key Token “Middlewich – Northwich” in very good ex box condition.

258

A Great Northern Railway cast iron Sleeper plate “GNR Maintenance Ends” in very good face restored condition.

259

A cast iron sign “Great Western Railway Notice All Persons Found Trespassing On This Railway Will Be Prosecuted As The Law Directs”. In very good unrestored condition.

260

An early Great Western Railway early pattern Ground Signal. This type dates from the Broad Gauge era and were later fitted with enamel face plates. Complete and in unrestored, working order. A Scarce Ground Signal.

261

A Southern Railway enamel Posterboard Heading “S.R. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS” white on blue with some edge & face chipping otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 27” x 5 ½”.

262

A Poster “The Conway Estuary From Above Deganwy” by L.A.Wilcox. Size in very good rolled condition.

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If you have any similar items that you would like to include in our forthcoming sales, please contact David or Helen Lewis on 01948 665570 or davesrelics@hotmail.co.uk

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263

A cast iron Shedplate 9J (Patricroft) Sept 1963 to Oct 1963. The plate is in very good unrestored ex loco condition.

264

A Wax Seal “GN&GE JT WALKERINGHAM” in very good ex service condition.

265

A BR(M) Totem “NEWTON HEATH” fully flanged. Some edge and face rusting to letters but this still retains good deep colour & shine.

266

A brass Locomotive 9x5 Worksplate “London & North Eastern Railway 4843 Darlington Works 1932” from a J39 Class 0-6-0 built Oct 1932 Darlington. First shed location was Blaydon and was withdrawn from Sunderland South Dock March 1962. The loco was cut up at Darlington Works March 1963. The plate has been cleaned off but the back is in basically ex loco condition.

267

A London & North Western Railway Permissive Block Instrument with three ivorine plates “Carnforth No.1”, “Down Loop” and “Up Loop No.2”. This instrument is in good ex box condition and is from the WCML Station and Junction.

268

A framed & glazed Carriage print “Travel In 1920 Furness Railway Train entering Ulverston Station”. In very good condition with original frame.

269

A large brass Station Bell complete with cast iron framework thought to be LNWR from Disley Station. In good ex service condition.

270

A Diesel Nameplate “UNICORN” ex Class 67 – 67010 new in March from GM, Works No. 968742 Built Alstom, Valencia Spain, arrived at Newport Docks onboard MV Stellanova on 9th March 2000, then allocated to Canton, named at Bristol, Barton Hill on 7th July 2001. Nameplates removed Feb 2010. The locomotive is still in service today with Chiltern Railways working Marylebone – Birmingham, Moor Street service. In good ex loco condition with DBS receipt.

271

A 1950s/60s Tinplate Shelf Advertisement sign “Spratt’s Mixed Ovals (Five Flavours)” black on yellow with some slight edge rusting over the letter ‘V’ otherwise in very good condition.. Size 20 ½” x 1 ¼”.

272

An early brass and copper Dray Lamp found at Goostrey Station in the 1960s. This would appear to have had a plate to the top at one time. Complete with original reservoir & burner. This would polish up well!

273

A cast iron Shedplate 5A (Crewe North) 1950 to May 1965. The plate has been face restored some time ago.

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274

A cast iron Wagonplate “Oswestry & Newtown Railway Company Owners”. This very Rare Wagonplate was one of a few found in the roof of Newtown Station. This plate has been restored some time ago.

275

A Great Western Railway cast iron Door plate “LADIES ROOM” in pre-grouping style with raised border, in original chocolate & cream paint. In very good condition.

275A An enamel Advertisement sign “Agent For Jones Sewing Machines” double sided with flange, with some edge/flange chipping otherwise good deep colour & shine. In good condition size 20” x 15”.

276

An LMS silver plated Hot Water Jug with company crest and full title “London Midland & Scottish Railway Company”, base marked ‘Walker & Hall, Sheffield’. In very good used condition.

277

A metal cased Great Central Railway Signalbox shelf mounted Signal Repeater clearly embossed “GCR” and ivorine plated “No.15 Up Main Distant”. In good ex box condition.

278

A pair of LMS Dining Cars “Royal Scot” pattern Coffee Cups, base marked “Grindley LMS Dining Cars Feb 1938” together with one Saucer base marked “Grindley LMS Dining Cars July 1937”. All of these items are in very good used condition.

279

A cast iron Bridgeplate “G.C.R. 469” From a Bridge in the Leicester area. The plate is in unrestored condition.

280

A Great Western Railway cast iron Cabside “3723” ex GWR 0-6-0 Pannier Tank, new from Swindon & in February 1937 went to Oxford, other sheds include Old Oak Common & Reading 1948 – 1962. The Loco was withdrawn in April 1962 and cut up at Central Wagon Co., Ince in Oct 1962. This plate is in totally ex loco condition with a slight hairline crack.

281

A BR(S) Station Frontage Board “BRITISH RAILWAYS CHRISTCHURCH STATION” unflanged and in very good condition, with some minor edge rusting etc. Size 52 ½” x 11 ¾”.

282

A Victorian cast iron Street sign “STATION ROAD” in very good unrestored condition.

283

A cast iron Shedplate 83B (Taunton) 1950 to October 1964. The plate is in restored some time ago condition.

284

A First World War Railway Service Badge “Great Western Railway Railway Service” the back marked ‘J.A.Wylie & Co. No.112’ in good condition. GWR 1st WW Badges are Very Rare!

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285

A BR(M) Totem “ULVERSTON” fully flanged. With two small repaired face chips, otherwise in very good condition with good deep colour & shine.

286

A Sykes London Brighton & South Coast Railway brass cased Banner Signalbox Repeater, face marked “W.R.Sykes Co. Ltd London Track Occupied/Clear” etc with description plate “W” below case. In ex box condition.

287

A GWR steel Key Token “RHYDYCAR JC – ABERCANAID”. The Key is in very good ex service condition.

288

A Great Western Railway glass Spirit Measure, the side clearly marked “GWR HOTELS” in roundel style. In superb condition.

289

A cast iron sign “London Midland And Scottish Railway Company Notice As To Trespassing Dated Dec 1924”. This sign is in unrestored condition.

290

A Smokebox plate “46495” Ex Ivatt Class 2MT 2-6-0 new Darlington Jan 1952 to Kettering then Derby, Nuneaton and then Crewe South. Withdrawn Oct 1966 and cut up at Cohen’s, Kettering Feb 1967. The plate is in very good restored condition.

291

A Pictorial enamel Advertisement sign “Master Boot Polish” The Master Polish, manufactured by Rich James & Co. West Bromwich England. This is red/black on white featuring a tin of polish. There are some face chips but a Scarce sign! Size 36” x 24”.

292

An alloy Depot Plaque Leicester, featuring a Panther. The plaque is in good ex stores, unfitted condition. Size 17 ½” x 17 ½”.

293

A pair of Canadian Pacific silver plated Flower Vases both marked Beaver & Shield “Canadian Pacific Spans The World”. Both are in very good ex service condition.

294

A pair of brass LB&SCR Block Instrument plates “BAYNARDS” and “SLINFORD”. Both are in good ex service condition.

295

A Southern Railway Station Target sign “CREDITON” with a couple of small face chips and some minor edge rusting otherwise excellent deep colour & shine. Size 32” x 13”.

296

A Flame Cut Cabside “47 095” ex BR Class 47 Locomotive, new as D1681 Crewe Works May 1965 to Canton, other depots include Bristol Bath Road, Old Oak, Tinsley, Crewe, Bescot. Withdrawn Nov 1998, sold to D Smith at Carnforth and cut up there in 2004. The loco carried the Dutch Livery. In good ex loco condition. Size 31 ½” x 27”.

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A London & North Eastern Railway Guards Pocket Watch by Selex. The back is engraved “L.N.E.R. No.8128” and it is in good working order.

298

A silver plated Canadian Pacific Cake Stand, the top marked “CPR” in scroll lettering. There is some minor wear to the plating otherwise this is in very good, polished condition.

299

A London & North Western Railway cast iron Gas Lamp Post with ladder bar and Rochester pattern top. The post was bought from Whitchurch Station on the Crewe to Shrewsbury Line.

300

A London Midland & Scottish Railway brass Patriot Class Locomotive Nameplate “E.TOOTAL BROADHURST” ex LMS Fowler Patriot 4-6-0 7P, new Derby as ‘5534’ in April 1933, renumbered to ‘45534’ in December 1948, it was rebuilt 12/1948. Depots include Leeds Hilbeck, Edge Hill and Holyhead. This was withdrawn from Crewe North May 1964 and cut up at Crewe Works June 1964. Note: Out of the 52 Patriots built, 41 were cut up at Crewe works and ‘45534’ was the last one. This plate is in face restored only condition, the back is in ex loco condition.

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A brass Locomotive Worksplate “W.G.Bagnall Ltd Stafford No.2910 – 1949” ex GWR 9400 Class 0-6-0 PT 8400 first of the class new to Tyesley, then Banbury and also worked as a banker on the Lickey Incline. Cut up at Wards, Briton Ferry in Dec 1964. The plate is in very good face restored only condition.

302

.A London & North Eastern Railway leather Cash Bag, brass plated “L.N.E.R. LEA TO GAINSBORO LEA RD”. In very good ex service condition.

303

A Great Western Railway Reform pattern Handlamp, the top embossed “GWR Reform Patent” with brass plate “Petroleum Light 10 Minutes Before Using” and brass Numberplate ‘6723’. The front glass is etched “GWR” and the lamp is complete with original reservoir. A Rare Lamp in Super condition.

304

A London & North Western Railway silver Presentation Jug engraved “Presented To Mr I Biddis With a Purse Of Sovereigns By The Officers & Workmen Of The L&NWR Railway Co. Carriage Works And A Few Friends As a Mark Of Their Esteem & Respect On His Retirement From The Service. Wolverton Aug 15th 1870”. This ornate Jug is in Superb condition. A Little Piece Of LNWR History!

305

A BR(E) enamel Station Door plate “TELEGRAMS” unflanged. There is some slight edge rusting otherwise in very good condition with deep colour & shine. There is a label to the rear “From Grantham Platform 1 Telegram Room Just Under Footbridge”. Size 18” x 3 ½”.

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An LNER cast iron Locomotive Worksplate “London & North Eastern Railway 5969 – 1900 ex GCR Class 13 4-2-2 one of only 6 built at Gorton Works. Rebuilt in 1911 and was withdrawn in July 1926, the boiler being used in Gorton Works. The plate is in face restored some time ago condition. A Scarce Plate!

307

A Great Western Railway wooden cased Lower Quadrant Home Signal Repeater, ivorine plated “45”. In very good ex box condition.

308

A BR(Sc) small enamel sign “The Railway Executive Warning Is Hereby Given To persons Not To Trespass Upon The Railway Penalty Not Exceeding 40/-. In very good condition. Size 5” x 4”.

309

A London & North Western Railway cast iron Viaduct plate “L&NWR Co. No.4”. In very good face restored only condition.

310

An alloy Diesel Nameplate “MAPPA MUNDI” ex 31405 new as D5605 Brush Works No.206 April 1960 to March then Finsbury Park. Other depots include Thornaby, York, Immingham, Stratford then Bristol Bath Road, Bescot, Crewe and back to Bescot in Nov 1988. Named ‘Mappa Mundi’ at Hereford Open Day 5th May 1991, reallocated to Crewe Jan 1997, stored until May 1997 when the plates were taken off. Withdrawn in Jan 1999 and cut up by European Metals at Doncaster April 2000. The plate is in good face restored only condition.

311

A 1930s enamel London Transport Target sign “ST. JOHNS WOOD”. Size 23 ½” x 17 ½”, there are a couple of edge chips otherwise good deep colour & shine.

312

A Great Northern Railway Ground Signal Dolly Lamp Case, brass plated “Great Northern Railway No.17466” and curved location plate “NAVENBY”. The lamp is in good restored condition but has no Interior. A Station on the line between Lincoln & Honington in Lincolnshire. Opened 1867, closed in 1964. The line closed completely in 1965.

313

A cast iron Shedplate 24J (Lancaster Green Ayre) February 1957 to July 1963. This plate is in restored some time ago condition.

314

A North Eastern Railway, wood with cast iron letters, Signalbox Nameboard “WETHERBY WEST”. In very good unrestored ex box condition. Size 70 ¼” x 10 ½”.

315

A BR(M) Totem “LANCASTER GREEN AYRE” half flanged. This has a large chip under the ‘AY’ that has been repaired but would benefit from being redone properly. The colour is a little flat but would restore well. A Scarce Totem!

316

Chromed brass Worksplate “Built By British Railways Doncaster 1960 Power Equipment English Electric Company Limited” from a Class 74 Electric there were only 10 in the Class 74001 – 74010. The plate is in lovely ex loco condition and shows signs of green paint around the edge on the back. A Scarce Worksplate!

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A North Stafford Railway Block Instrument complete with Bell and Backboard. An Impressive Instrument in very good ex box condition.

318

(A Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway) cast iron Gate Notice “SHUT THIS GATE”. In good restored condition.

319

A Caledonian Railway Stevens pattern cast iron Signal Finial in very good unrestored condition.

320

An LNER pattern Two Lever Ground Frame, complete with Tyers Annetts Key Lock & Bakelite description plates. In good working order, Ideal For Your Garden Signals!

321

An alloy Road sign “CROSSING NO GATES” complete with metal post approx 8FT tall and top Warning Triangle. In unrestored condition and ready for the Garden!

322

A London & North western Railway Handlamp clearly stamped “LNWR CREWE P WAY A28297” complete with LNWR reservoir, just missing its screw in burner. In very good unrestored condition.

323

A early brass Station Toilet Door, Brass Lock engraved “Etas No.5 Place Penny In Slot And Slide Knob” in very good unpolished condition.

324

A Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Carriage Ventilator Cover showing the initials “LYR” in fancy lettering. Size 7 7/8” diameter in very good unrestored condition and still retaining its wire mesh.

325

A BR(M) Station enamel Door plate “STATION MASTER” fully flanged. With some minor edge rusting/chipping otherwise in very good condition. Size 18” x 6”.

325A A Crewe Mineral Water Company glass Soda Siphon with Locomotive etching to the side. In good used condition.

326

A cast iron Locomotive Worksplate “LMS Built 1932 Crewe”. Engines built in this year included fifteen Patriots and ten Crabs. This plate is in ex loco condition.

327

A Webb & Thompson large Electric Train Staff “MIDHURST – PETWORTH”. The staff is in good unrestored ex service condition with some rusting. A Scarce Staff!

328

A BR small Steam Locomotive Firing Shovel in very good used condition.

329

A cast iron sign “Stratford-On-Avon And Midland Junction Beware Of Trains Trespassers Will Be Prosecuted By Order”. In very good unrestored condition.

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330

A Smokebox plate “6969” ex GWR 4-6-0 Hall Class Locomotive “Wraysbury Hall” new Swindon Works September 1944, sheds include Severn Tunnel Junction, Canton, Didcot. The loco was withdrawn in February 1965 and was cut up at Swindon in May 1965. This plate is in superb, ex loco condition.

331

A BR (Sc) fully flanged enamel Station sign “WAY OUT TICKETS ENQUIRIES WAITING ROOMS STSTION MASTER TELEGRAMS” with left facing arrow. There are a couple of small face chips otherwise this is in good condition with good deep colour & shine. Size 30” x 42”.

332

A Great Western Railway Station Oil Lamp, the back is marked ‘Recovered From Bettisfield Station Waiting Room’ a week after the line was closed on the 18th January 1965. The lamp is in good unrestored condition with chocolate paint and is complete with original ‘GWR’ marked reservoir. Note: Bettisfield Station is on the Whitchurch to Oswestry Line.

333

A cast iron Shedplate 16F (Burton On Trent) September 1963 to September 1966. The plate is in very good totally ex loco condition.

334

A cast iron Wagonplate “Thomas Hunter Ltd owners No.4471 Rugby”. This plate is in face restored only condition. A Scarce Plate!

335

A BR(NE) Totem “PONTEFRACT” fully flanged with the full Tangerine Flange. This totem is in superb condition with just a couple of small chips to the flange. A Superb Example!

335A An original oil on Canvas Painting of Coronation Class Locomotive” 6225 Duchess of Gloucester At Fell Head” by artist Warwick Richardson 1990. There are a couple of slight chips to the frame otherwise this is in excellent condition.

336

A Midland Railway brass shelf mounted Repeater the face marked “Weight Bars On-Off-Failed”. In very good polished condition.

337

A brass Single Line Token “AYLESBURY STH – CLAYDON L.N.E”. In very good ex service condition.

338

A brass upright Hooter ex Ivatt 2-6-0 43019 new Horwich June 1948, sheds include Cricklewood, Stoke then Lostock Hall. Condemned on May 1st 1968 and cut up at A. Arnott Youngs in Sept 1968. This is basically in ex loco condition.

339

A Great Western Railway Guards Pocket Watch by’ Record’. The back is engraved “GWR 01588” and it is in good working order.

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A Smokebox plate “45579” ex LMS Stanier 4-6-0 Jubilee Class 6P named ‘PUNJAB’ new to NBL as 5579 in October 1936. Sheds include Derby & Toton, and it was cut up in Nov 1964 at Cashmores, Great Bridge. The plate is in good restored condition except there is a small hairline crack across the right hand bolt hole which would appear to have been done in service.

341

A BR Flame Cut Cabside Panel “820” ex BR Warship Class named ‘Grenville’, new Swindon works May 1960 to Plymouth Laire then Newton Abbot, withdrawn Nov 1972 and cut up at Swindon Works Aug 1973. This panel is in good ex loco condition. Size 20” x 11”.

342

An alloy Depot Plaque Knottingley featuring a Pit Winding Wheel. The plaque is in good ex stores, unfitted condition. Size 17 ½” x 17 ½”.

343

A framed & glazed print “Land Of The Lost Content” by artist ‘B.J.Freeman’. This depicts double headed Jubilee’s on the Waverley Express Passing Ais-Gill on the S&C route. Signed by the artist, size 29 ¼” x 23 ¼”.

344

A Leather Cash Bag brass plated “LMS GLENEAGLES”, there is some wear to the bag otherwise in good ex service condition

345

A BR(M) Totem “AINTREE SEFTON ARMS” half flanged. The face has a few minor chips & some mottling, the top flange has a piece cut out of it, this also still retains it’s cast iron bracket on the back. In ex Station condition.

345A A chromed Single Line Key Token “ELTON CROSSING – HASSAL GREEN” in very good ex service condition.

346

A cast iron Locomotive Worksplate “Built 1961 Doncaster” ex D2396 new to Monument Lane, other sheds include Coventry, Nuneaton and then Allerton. Withdrawn in May 1968 and scrapped at Cohen’s, Kettering Nov 1968. The plate is in very good ex loco condition.

347

A Great Western Railway Single Spagnoletti Block Instrument in very good ex box condition.

348

An original Painting by Stewart Hine of GWR King Class No.6000 ‘King George V’ on the turntable at Old Oak, dated 11/72. Framed, size 43” x 23”.

349

A cast iron Boundary Post London & North Eastern Railway (North Eastern Railway Pattern) clearly embossed “LNER” on both sides. A Scarce Boundary.

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A Great Western Railway brass Castle Class Locomotive Nameplate “SHIRBURN CASTLE” ex 5030 new Swindon Works in May 1934, to Exeter in 1948 then Cardiff Canton & Carmarthen until condemned in September 1962 at Swindon and cut up there. The plate is in totally unrestored ex loco condition.

351

A Smokebox plate “5030” ex ‘Shirburn Castle’. This plate is in restored condition. See Details as Lot 350!

352

A Midland Railway ornate copper Station Gas/Oil Lamp clearly marked “MRCo. Gas No.664”. In very good condition together with it’s cast iron wall bracket. Ex Leicestershire Area. A Superb Lamp!

353

A cast iron Shedplate 14B (Kentish Town) 1948 to September 1963. The plate is in face restored some time ago condition, the back is in ex loco condition.

354

A BR(W) Lion Over Wheel Cap Badge “TICKET COLLECTOR” in very good condition.

355

A BR(Sc) enamel Station Door plate “LADIES” fully flanged. Some edge chipping otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 18” x 3 ½”.

356

A brass engraved Locomotive Worksplate “London North Eastern Railway Co. No.1951 Doncaster 1942” ex LNER Class 02 2-8-0 new as LNER 3983, renumbered 63983 in November 1948. Sheds include Langwith Jct, Mexboro, Doncaster & Retford. The Locomotive was withdrawn July 1963 and was cut up in Aug 1963. The plate is in very good, lightly polished on the front condition and the back is in ex loco condition.

357

An alloy Key Token “DOVEY JN – ABERYSTWYTH” from the Cambrian Coast Line. The Key is in restored condition.

358

A framed & glazed Carriage print “Leiston Abbey, Suffolk” by F.W.Baldwin, from the LNER Post War series 1948 – 1955, this depicts the Abbey Ruins. With original frame and in very good condition.

359

A cast iron sign, London & North Eastern Railway “LNER Warning Roof Constructed Of Fragile Material Crawling Boards Must be Used”. This sign is the 02 casting and is in face restored only condition.

360

A Glasgow & South Western Railway cast iron Single Lever Ground Frame, clearly embossed on both sides “G&SWR Works Irvine”. In very good unrestored condition.

361

A Midland Railway painted, wooden Station sign “SETTLE” in faded maroon paint with white lettering. The board was rescued from the Station in the 1960s just before it went on the bonfire. A Rare Survivor!

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A British Railways Western Region, Double Royal Poster “Fishguard – Rosslaire” by Arthur G Mills featuring the Steamer St. David. In very good, rolled condition.

363

A cast iron Shedplate 1G (Woodford) Sept 1963 to June 1965. The plate is in ex loco condition.

364

A Wax Seal with “Great Northern Railway Little Bytham” in full. In very good ex service condition.

365

A BR(M) Totem “GRANGE-OVER-SANDS” fully flanged. Some minor edge chipping/rusting otherwise superb deep colour & shine.

365A A brass Single Line Key Token “WESTERFIELD - DERBY ROAD 25” in good ex service condition.

366

A collection of six Midland Railway brass Signalbox Lever Description plates mounted on a wooden board: “Up Passer Starting”, “Points In Up Main Line”, “Down Home”, “Points Down Line & Up Sidings Up Home” and “Signal From Siding”. All six are in good polished condition.

367

A Webb & Thompson large Electric Train Staff with Annetts Key “ASHURST JUNCTION – FOREST ROW” a former LB&SCR section. In very good ex box condition.

368

A BR Class 40 Flame Cut Cabside “40 153” new as D353 July 1961 Vulcan Foundry 3099/D649 renumbered to 40153 in Feb 1974, allocated to York and other N.E. region depots. It spent a few months at Longsight and Carlisle during 1982/83 and was withdrawn with fire damage in 1983 from where this Flame Cut was acquired. In good ex loco condition. Size 18” X 31”.

369

A cast iron sign (Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway) “S&DJR Beware Of Trains” in very good unrestored ex lineside condition.

370

A BR(S) SR Pattern Banner Signal. A cast iron case with a glass front, the back is plated “British Railways S.R.-WR Sykes London”. An unusual small variety of this type of Signal that would look Superb Lit up in the Garden!

371

An enamel Advertisement sign “CWS Pelaw Boot Polish” white on blue. Some minor face chipping otherwise deep colour & shine. Size 36” x 6”.

372

A London & North Western Railway china Milk Jug, the side marked “London & NWRy Crewe Refreshment Rooms” in red on white, base marked ‘W.T. Copeland Stoke On Trent’. In good used condition.

373

A cast iron Shedplate 73A (Stewarts Lane) 1950 to June 1962. The plate is in restored a some time ago condition and has a clear BR(S) Triangle on the back.

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A cast iron Wagonplate (Great Southern And Western Railway) “GSWR 3109 Inchicore Works”. In very good restored condition.

375

An LNER enamel Station Lamp Tablet “WHITLEY BAY” rectangular, brown on cream, fully flanged. There is some rusting to the top edge and part of the attached bracket, otherwise in good condition. Size 16” x 5”.

375A A cast iron sign “Midland Railway Bridge Restriction Signed James Williams 1885” in good unrestored condition.

376

A London & North Eastern Railway Station Masters Captains style wooden Chair clearly branded underneath “LNER”. In very good ex office condition.

377

A Tyers No.6 Tablet “BOSCARNE JUNC – BODMIN No.29” brass and steel from the LSWR route. In very good ex box condition.

378

A London Transport Tube Stock, double sided Destination plate “Willesden Grn” with “Neasden” on the reverse side. Size 24” x 4”, white enamel on black with brass ends. There is some face chipping otherwise this is in good ex service condition.

379

A Boundary Post (North Eastern Railway) Lighthouse pattern clearly embossed “NER” and in very good restored condition.

380

A Great Western Railway cast iron Locomotive Cabside “6129” ex GWR 2-6-2 T new to Swindon Works 1931 then to Didcot, Aylesbury, Reading, Banbury and Stourbridge. The locomotive was withdrawn in September 1965 and was cut up at Birds, Long Marston in April 1966. The plate is in face restored some time ago condition.

381

A BR(S) enamel Station sign “Platform 4” double sided with original hanging brackets. In very good condition.

382

A South African Railways aluminium Cabside Number plate “34 450” dual language from the Red Devil. This Class 33 Locomotive 33 450 was sold to Sudan Railways by S.A.R. In face restored only condition.

383

A alloy Road sign “Crossing No Gates” with 0-6-0 Steam Engine with makers name ‘Branco Sign Ltd’. In ex roadside condition with clear post mark to the rear.

384

A Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Guards Pocket Watch, the face marked “No.9620419 Fratton & Sons Bradford”, the back marked “L&Y”. A nice Watch but this appears to be in non working order.

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A London & North Eastern Railway cast iron Door plate “BOOKING HALL” in unrestored, ex station condition.

386

A Midland Railway Tapper Block Bell with large case. In good ex box condition.

387

A London Transport triangular enamel plate in green/white with black edges from one of the Company’s AEC Country Buses. In very good condition.

388

A London & North Eastern Railway 10” Fuse Roundhead Clock with “BR(E) 15088” on the face. This clock is in nice restored condition complete with Key and Pendulum.

389

A cast iron sign “L&SWR Passengers Must Cross The Line By Subway” in restored condition.

390

A Great Western Railway Signalbox Two Lever Wicket Frame with ivorine lever plates “UP Wicket” and “Down Wicket”. In good ex box condition.

391

A (North British Railway) hand painted, wooden Signalbox Lever Description board from Newcastleton, on the Waverley Route. In good ex box condition.

392

An alloy Depot Plaque Willesden featuring a Greyhound. The plaque is in good, unfitted, ex stores condition. Size 17 ½ “x17 ½”.

393

A cast iron Shedplate 8B (Dallam Warrington) 1948 to September 1963. The plate is in ex loco condition.

394

A pair of Canadian Pacific silver plated urn shaped Flower Vase’s, both marked with the Beaver & Shield “Canadian Pacific Spans The World”. Both are in very good ex service condition.

395

A BR(M) enamel Station sign “LEICESTER” fully flanged. There are a few touched in chips but otherwise this has good deep colour & shine. Size 48” x 12”. These signs were used at Leicester, London Road, The Midland Station.

396

A brass Locomotive Worksplate “Sir W.G. Armstrong Whitworth & Co. Engineers Ltd No.1470 – 1937 Scotswood Works Newcastle-On-Tyne”. Ex LMS Black 5, new as 5415, always a North West Engine. Sheds include Southport 1948, Huddersfield 1952, Bank Hall 1955, Accrington 1959, Blackpool 1963 then Bury & Bolton. Withdrawn Oct 1967, stored until June 1968 and cut up at Cashmores, Newport Aug 1968. The plate is in totally ex loco condition with just one slight pull at the top left hand bolt hole.

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397

A Railway Signal Company miniature Staff “Avenue Sidings – Grassmoor East” in good ex service condition.

398

A framed & glazed Carriage print “Travel in 1905” Midland Railway Manchester Express Headed By The Midland Compound locomotive 1000, Near Millers Dale, from the LMS C. Hamilton Ellis Travel series.

399

A cast iron East Lancashire Railway ½ Mile Post in unrestored, ex Lineside condition.

400

A London Midland & Scottish Railway brass Jubilee Class Locomotive Nameplate “ANSON” ex LMS 4-6-0 6P new as ‘5672’ Crewe Works December 1935, renumbered to ‘45672’ in Aug 1948. Shed allocations include Camden, Willesden, Kingmoor, Aston and Crewe. Withdrawn in Nov 1964 until sold to Wards of Sheffield in Feb 1965 and cut up there in April 1965. The plate is in face restored condition, the back in ex loco condition.

400A An LMS early pattern Signalbox Nameboard “EASTWOODS SIDINGS” a Peterborough location. The board is in good restored condition.

401

A 1950s/60s tinplate Shelf Advertisement sign “For Cats & Kittens Spratt’s Fish For Cats Sold In Tins”. This is yellow on red with makers name ‘Hancock, Corfield And Waller Ltd Mitcham London’. In very good condition. Size 20 ½” x 1 ¼”.

402

A Great Western Railway brass collared 3 Aspect Handlamp complete and in good working order.

403

A Metropolitan Railway metal Armband “M.R. R’HILL 31” in stencil lettering on a curved metal plate with leather straps. There is a label to the back ‘Found At Rickmansworth Met. Railway’. In very good ex service condition.

404

A London & North Western Railway Pattern Fletchers Signal Repeater in good restored condition.

405

A BR(S) enamel Station Door plate “STAFF ONLY” fully flanged. With some edge chipping and minor scratching otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 18” x 3 ½”.

406

A brass Industrial Locomotive Nameplate “BETTY LEWIS” from a Ruston Hornsby 48DS 0-4-0 Diesel No.221642. The Locomotive worked at Severn Oaks Brick Works Ltd Kent. The plate is face restored and mounted on a wooden panel.

407

A Tyers No.6 brass Tablet “TORRINGTON JCT – PETROCKSTOW No.12”. Ex London & South Western Railways on the Okehampton to Padstow route, closed 1966. In very good ex service condition.

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408

A Tyers No.6 brass Tablet “PETROCKSTOW – HATHERLEIGH No.5”. Ex London & South Western Railways on the Okehampton to Padstow route, closed 1966. In very good ex service condition.

409

A Tyers No.6 brass Tablet “HATHERLEIGH – HOLE No.16””. Ex London & South Western Railways on the Okehampton to Padstow route, closed 1966. In very good ex service condition.

410

A Tyers No.6 brass/steel Tablet “HOLE – HALWILL No.4”. Ex London & South Western Railways on the Okehampton to Padstow route, closed 1966. In very good ex service condition.

411

A London & South Western Railway Lower Quadrant wooden Home Signal Arm and cast iron Spectacle plate in good unrestred condition. Ex Okehampton.

412

An alloy Depot Plaque Toton featuring Cooling Towers. The plaque is in good unfitted, ex stores condition. Size 17 ½ “x 17 ½”.

413

A cast iron Shedplate 6A (Chester) 1948 to June 1967. The plate is in ex loco condition.

414

An alloy Class 60 plate “Hawker Siddeley Mirrlees Diesels Blackstone” in good used condition.

415

A BR(Scr) Totem “POLMONT” half flanged. Some slight mottling & the colour is a little flat otherwise in good condition.

416

A Midland Rotory Block Instrument clearly stamped “MR Co.” in several places and dated “1912”. The front knob does require some attention, otherwise in very good ex box condition.

417

A brass faced steel Key Token “NEW HOLLAND – BARTON-ON-HUMBERSIDE” “19”. In very good ex service condition.

418

A BR(E) enamel Door plate “WAITING ROOM” unflanged, size 18” x 6”. There are some screw hole chips but otherwise good deep colour & shine. Ex Elsham Station.

419

A Midland Railway cast iron Signal Finial, this has a label on it “Ex MR Signal That Controlled Howe & Co. Siding On The S&C Line. In Unrestored condition.

420

An LMS solenoid Ground Signal ex Crewe. These type of Signals are Scarce!

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421

A Great Western Railway wood with cast iron letters sign “Notice Wheels Of Traction Engines And Other Vehicles Having An Axle Load Of 5 tons Or Over are not To Be allowed To Approach The Outer Edge of The wall Nearer Than 6FT-0 By Order”. Size 51” x 30 ½” this is missing its beading otherwise in good condition.

422

A Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway silver plated Salver with garter crest “L&YR Co.”. In very good used condition.

423

A cast iron Shedplate 10D (Plodder Lane) 1950 to October 1954, then Lostock Hall Sept 1963 until Aug 1968. The plate is in face restored some time ago condition.

424

A Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Policeman’s Badge with Full Company Title and Coat of Arms to the centre. In very good condition.

425

A BR(S) enamel Station sign “PLEASE SHOW TICKETS” unflanged with minor screw hole chips otherwise in very good condition with deep colour & shine. Size 16” x 10”.

425A A cast iron Shedplate 74D (Tonbridge) 1950 to Oct October 1958. The plate would appear to be in ex loco condition and has a clear BR(S) Triangle to the back.

426

A Midland Railway Signalbox Switching Out Box clearly marked “MR Co.” and dated “1909” with ivorine plates to the front “Through – Open”. In very good ex box condition.

427

An alloy Key Token “COLNBROOK – WEST DRAYTON WEST”. The Key is in good restored condition.

428

A South Eastern & Chatham Railway Cap Badge in brass/enamel “SE&CR” in very good condition. Scarce!

429

A cast iron sign “L&SWR Passengers Must Cross The Line By Subway”. This sign has been restored to primer.

430

A Midland Railway wooden Signalbox Block Shelf together with its ornate cast iron support brackets, believed to be ex Wigston Station. The wooden shelf has a brass plunger attached “Platform Bell”. This shelf size is approximately 78” long x 14” wide and the brackets are 80” High with the shelf supports are 21”. This would make a Superb feature with Instruments displayed on it!

431

A pair of London Transport enamel Bus Stop signs “Bus Stop Request” with LT logo in white/black on red size 17 ½” x 15 ¼” with some edge chipping and “Sunday Only” in white on red, size 17 ½” x 4” in very good condition.

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432

A BR(M) enamel Station Door plate “STAFF ONLY” fully flanged. A couple of small repaired screw hole chips otherwise in ex Station condition. Size 18” x 3 ½”.

433

A cast iron Shedplate 9M (Bury) Sept 1963 to April 1965. The plate is in ex loco condition.

434

A BR(M) large Fishtail, gilt Cap Badge “TICKET COLLECTOR” in very good used condition.

435

An alloy Diesel Nameplate “RADIO HIGHLAND” the Nameplate off 37260 named at Dingwall Station 7th July 1984. The locomotive was fire damaged in 1989 and the Nameplates were then applied to 37113 in Sept 1989. In August 1994 the locomotive was involved with a runaway at Edinburgh, Waverley Station and was cut up on site. The plate is in good ex loco condition.

435A A Great Northern Railway Boundary Post clearly engraved “GNR” in restored condition.

436

A Midland Railway wooden Signalbox Locker & Bench in good restored condition and ready for your Signalbox!

437

A Great Western Railway Tapper Block Bell (Square Bell) in very good ex box condition.

438

A cast iron Cheshire Lines co. Stop Valve sign “CLC SV 23FT 0in” in very good unrestored condition.

439

A London & North Western Railway Station Platform Seat, the back rail recessed with Station name ‘TEBAY’ in cast iron letters, length approx 122”. In unrestored condition from a WCML location

440

A Smokebox plate “5667” ex GWR Collett design 0-6-2 Tank new Swindon June 1926 to Cathays, it spent most of its BR life at Barry then Croes-Newydd Sept 1963 and was withdrawn July 1965 and cut up at Birds, Swansea Oct 1965. The plate is in face restored only condition.

441

A BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station sign “Beware Of Trains, Passengers Must Use Sleeper Crossing Only”. This has a couple of face chips otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 36” x 18”.

442

A London Transport enamel Station sign “Ruislip Gardens” from the centre of a Bullseye station sign. In very good condition.

443

A collection of nine pieces of L&NWR Cutlery including a ‘Crewe’ Dinner Fork, 2 Dining Room Forks, 1 Dining Saloon Fish Fork, 1 Dining Saloon Table Fork, 1 large Dinner Fork, 2 Dining Saloon Dessert Spoons and a Butter Knife. All are in very good condition.

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444

A First World War Railway Service Badge “HULL & BARNSLEY RAILWAY – RAILWAY SERVICE” the back is marked “J.A.Wylie & Co. No.J351”. In very good condition. A Scarce Badge!

445

A London & North Eastern Railway cast iron Doorplate “PORTERS” in very good unrestored condition.

446

A cast iron Locomotive Worksplate “Built Horwich 1961”, the plate is in face restored condition.

447

A London & North Western Railway wooden First Aid Box with some contents inside. In very good used condition.

448

An early enamel Door plate “PRIVATE” believed to be ex G.P.O. In brown on cream in very good condition.

449

A pair of (North British Railway) ornate cast iron Platform Seat Ends in totally unrestored condition and are marked “Ex Fort Augustus Station”. A photo accompanies these showing one of the seats at the station.

450

A Nameplate “WOKING HOMES” from a Class 442 Wessex Express built under lot 31034 – 1987. The plate is in good, ex unit condition.

450A A Pictorial enamel Advertisement sign “Solignum Wood Preserving Stain & White Destroyer” in brown, green &white.

451

A BR(E) enamel Station sign “WAY OUT” double sided with hanging brackets, size 36” x 12”. Some minor edge & face chipping otherwise good deep colour & shine.

452

A GWR Official Jigsaw “Warwick Castle”. This is complete in good condition with original box. Made up on a board to view.

453

A cast iron Shedplate 16A (Nottingham). The plate is in face restored only condition, the back is marked ‘40502’.

454

Three items of Cutlery: A GWR-RD Pickle Fork, A GWR Hotels Pickle Fork and a BR HE Cars Teaspoon. All three are in very good condition.

455

A BR(M) enamel Station Door plate “LADIES ROOM” fully flanged. One face/edge chip and some minor edge chipping otherwise in very good condition with good deep colour & shine. Size 18” x 3 ½”.

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456

A BR(M) Totem “MIDDLETON JUNCTION” fully flanged. Some edge rusting/chipping etc and one face chip to the right hand end, otherwise good condition.

457

A BR 1970s flanged, black and white enamel Lamp tablet “WEST DRAYTON” with minor chipping otherwise in very good condition. Size 30” x 5”.

458

A London Midland & Scottish Railway silver plated Hot Water Jug, the side marked in script lettering together with a pair of Sugar Tongs marked in the same style. Both in good ex service condition.

459

A cast iron Bridgeplate (Cheshire Lines Railway) “CLRY 143” in very good unrestored condition.

460

A London & North Eastern Railway Ground Signal complete and in good working order.

461

A cast, alloy Bus Stop sign (early pattern) “Colwyn Bay Bus Stop” with Coat of Arms to the top. This is in unrestored condition and is damaged at the bottom.

462

A Double Royal Poster “B&I Line Nightly Passenger Service Between Liverpool Dublin” this shows the Ferry Boat ‘Leinster Dublin’ by Derek Smoothy. Some creasing but otherwise in good rolled condition.

463

A cast iron Shedplate 1B (Camden) 1948 to September 1963. The plate is in restored some time ago condition.

464

A Cap Badge “The Liverpool Overhead Railway Co. with initials to the centre. In very good ex service condition. A Scarce Badge! See Also Lot 64.

465

A BR(S) enamel Station sign “LADIES ROOM OTHER SIDE” fully flanged. Good deep colour & shine with some minor flange chipping and rusting. Size 24” x 12”. An Unusual worded sign!

465A A London & North Eastern Railway China Gravy Boat, the base marked “L&NER” in good condition.

466

A Midland Railway, shelf mounted Candlestick Telephone in good ex box condition.

467

An alloy Key Token “SUTTON OAK JC – FARNWORTH & BOLD”. The Key is in ex service condition.

468

A BR 1970s enamel Signalbox Board “ENGINE SHED JUNC” ex Leeds. In good ex service condition.

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469

A Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Sandstone Boundary Post clearly engraved “LYR” in good ex Lineside condition.

470

A Pictorial Poster “EDINBURGH Historic, Romantic By Ribble Express Services Book Here Period Return 43’2 From Liverpool”. In good rolled condition. Size 20” x 30” A Nice small sized Poster!

471

A BR(W) enamel Station sign “LADIES ROOM” fully flanged. Some minor chipping with good deep colour & shine. Size 24” x 18”.

472

A Great Western Railway galvanised Drinking Water Can, embossed “GWR” and inscribed “Blackpole Signalbox” a Worcester location. In good condition.

473

A cast iron Stop Valve plate embossed NRDC Stop Valve” (Northwich Rural District Council) also has makers name to post.

474

An LMS Dining Cars, Royal Scot Pattern Teapot, base marked “J&G Meakin LMS Dining Cars”. There is a small chip to the underside of the lid and some slight wear to the lining inside the Pot, this is together with a small Milk Jug by ‘Gridley’ dated ‘Jan 1937’. In good used condition.

475

A BR(M) enamel Poster Board Heading “BRITISH RAILWAYS” in very good condition with just a couple of minor edge chips otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 25 ¼” x 5 ¾”.

475A An early alloy Road sign “LLANGAMMARCH WELLS 3 ½ MILES” with pointing arrow. In very good condition.

476

A framed & glazed Carriage print “Bredon Village, Worcestershire” by Donald Lampitt. In good condition with original frame.

477

An early Great Northern Railway wooden Signal Finial from the Boston area, 31 ½” high in good restored condition. A Scarce Finial!

478

A London Transport Tube Stock double sided Destination plate “Bushey Heath” with “Finchley Cen” on the reverse. Size 24” x 4” white enamel on black with brass ends. Some minor face chipping otherwise in good ex service condition.

479

A set of Four London & South Western Railway Mile Posts “1/4” “1/2” “3/4” and Full Mile “165”. In very good restored condition.

480

An LNER (Great Central Railway) Rotating Ground Signal in good unrestored condition. This Signal was recovered from Leicester Central.

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481

A 1950s/60s tinplate Shelf Advertisement sign “Never Sold Loose – Spratt’s Bird Seeds (In Packets Only)”. Blue on gold colour with makers name ‘Reginald Corfield Ltd Lombard Road London SW19’. In very good condition, size 20 ½” x 1 ¼”.

482

A steel Steam Engine Cylinder Cover embossed “Scott & Hodgson Engineers Guide Bridge” thought to be from a Stationary Steam Engine.

483

A cast iron Shedplate 40B (Immingham). The plate is in totally unrestored condition.

484

A BR(E) large nickel Fishtail Cap Badge “BRITISH RAILWAYS” in very good condition.

485

A Canadian Pacific small china handle Pan, decorated with empress pattern and base marked “Canadian Pacific Steamship Lines Limoges France”. In very good condition.

486

A GWR silver plated, two handle Sugar Bowl, the side marked with the Company’s Crest and ‘Great Western Railway Hotels”. In good used condition.

487

A Wrexham & Ellesmere Railway Railchair, found at Porthywaen Quarries, near Oswestry. This is clearly embossed “W & E RLY”. In very good unrestored condition. A Scarce Railchair!

488

A wooden box, the top marked “The Diamond Laundry Co. Ltd Jubilee Road Litherland Liverpool Phone Waterloo 375”. This box has metal strapping to the edge and a webbed over strap to secure. Size 22” length, 11” high, 13” width. An Unusual and Rare Survivor!

489

A set of three North Eastern Railway cast iron Mile Posts “1/4”, “1/2” and “3/4”. All are in good unrestored condition.

490

A Great Western Railway Claytons Fogging Machine complete with operating lever & connecting rod. The top is embossed “Claytons Fogging Machine Patented 3785 – 1896, 5785 – 1902, 4775 – 1900, 11647 – 1904”. In unrestored condition. A Rare piece of Signalling equipment!

491

An alloy Road sign with glass studs “TRAINS CROSS HERE” in good ex Roadside condition with a few glass studs missing. Size 30” x 24”.

492

An alloy Depot Plaque Westbury featuring a White Horse. The plaque is in good, unfitted, ex stores condition. Size 17 ½” x 17 ½”.

493

A cast iron Shedplate 65H (Helensburgh) 1950 to November 1960. The plate is in unrestored ex loco condition.

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494

A Midland Railway rigid card, hanging Lamp Notice Instructions for cleaning and trimming of Midland pattern Signal Lamps, this is signed ‘Frank Tatlow, Derby Oct 1920’. There is some slight damage to the bottom left hand corner otherwise in good condition. Size 17” x 10 ½”.

495

A Great Western Railway Fire Bucket clearly embossed “GWR” from Droitwich Spa Station with the otherside Painted “BR”. In very good condition.

495A A Great Western Railway Single Spanoletti Non-Pegging Block Instrument ex Crudgington Signalbox on the Crewe to Wellington Line.

496

A Furness Railway leather upholstered Waiting Room Bench, the leather back clearly marked “FR”. This Bench came from Coniston Station and is accompanied by a copy of the purchase receipt showing that this was sold by B.R. for one pound ten shillings. In ex Station condition.

497

An alloy Key Token “CREDU CROSSING – TONDU OGMORE JCN”. The Key is in good ex service condition.

498

A BR(M) small enamel sign “The Railway Executive Warning Is Hereby Given To Persons Not To Trespass Upon The railway Penalty Not Exceeding 40/-“ in very good condition. Size 5” x 4”.

499

An “LMS & LNE” Joint chrome Badge in very good condition.

500

A framed & glazed print “Giants At Camden” by the artist David Weston and signed by him. Size 35” x 25 ½”. Shows Duchess Of Sutherland & Royal Scot etc. In good condition.

500A A London & North western Railway brass Keyring engraved “Keys Of Liverpool Coach” and the Key is engraved “L&NWR SC1 WCJS”. In very good condition.

501

A Pictorial enamel Advertisement sign “Smiths Glasgow Mixture Sold In Three Strengths” with a picture of tin to the centre. Some face & screw hole chips and slight wastage to the bottom right hand edge otherwise good deep colour & shine.

502

A London & North Eastern Railway General Purpose Bullseye Handlamp with owner’s plate to the front “J. Kime” foldaway back handle and original LNE reservoir. In good used condition.

503

A London & North Western Railway silver plated Two Compartment Vegetable Dish with Britania Crest and “Queens Hotel Birmingham”. Some slight wear otherwise in good ex service condition.

504

A Canadian Pacific Two Handled Cup & Saucer both pieces base marked “Canadian Pacific Hotels 1947 Mintons” in good used condition.

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505

An early London & North Western Railway cast iron Fire Fender with old style serif lettering to the front. Ex Wellingborough, London Road Station. Good ex station condition.

506

A London & North Eastern Railway silver plated Hot Water Jug, the side marked “LNER” in good used condition.

507

A pair of London & North Western Railway Axle Box Covers “L.N.W.” in restored condition.

508

A London Transport Tube Stock, double sided Destination plate “ELSTREE” with “SPECIAL” on the reverse side. Size 24” x 4” white enamel on black with brass ends with some face chipping otherwise in good ex service condition.

509

A cast iron sign “London & North Western Railway Beware Of The Trains Look Both Up And Down The Line Before You Cross”. In restored condition.

510

An LMS/BR small Calling On Signal Arm & Spectacle plate in very good ex service condition. A Nice manageable Size Signal Arm!

511

An early BR Leather Guards Bag complete with Flags and Whistle. In good used condition.

512

A BR Western Region GWR pattern Guards Handlamp complete and in good condition.

513

A framed & glazed Signalling Diagram “Rugby No.1” in good condition.

514

A framed & glazed Signalling Diagram “Rugby No.5” in good condition.

515

A framed & glazed Signalling Diagram “Rugby No.7” in good condition.

515A A 1930s small China Shipping Soup Bowl “MAID LINE” with House Flag, base marked Alfred Meakin. In very good condition

516

An early LNER framed & glazed Carriage print “The Edge Of Loch Awe” in good condition.

517

A Great Central Railway First Aid Stretcher clearly marked “GCR 2/2/09” in good used condition. A Rare Survivor!

518

A BR(W) alloy Single Line Key Token “TALLERDDIG – CEMMES RD”. In good restored condition.

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519

A London & North Western Railway cast iron Bridgeplate “L&NWR 22B” in very good unrestored condition.

520

A Great Western Railway wooden upholstered Waiting Room Bench from Thatcham Station. There is a brass plate on the back stating this is from Thatcham. In very good ex service condition.

520A A Great Western Railway 1930s Uniform in very good used condition.

521

A Southern Railway enamel Station sign “WAY OUT & PLATFORMS 1 & 2” with some face and edge chipping otherwise good deep colour & shine.

522

A Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway cast iron Fire Fender, the front clearly embossed “LYR” ex Luddendenfoot. In good unrestored condition.

523

A BR Flame Cut Cabside “08361” new as D3431 to Oxley 1950/63, then to Margam, Ebbw Juct, Cardiff, Stratford ending up at Ashford and was withdrawn there in Feb 1988. It was then taken by road to M.C. Metals, Glasgow and cut up there in April 1991. The plate is in good ex loco condition.

524

A North Staffordshire Railway Mile Post “1/2” in good unrestored condition.

525

A large early cast iron Crane Makers plate “T Smith Steam Crane Works”. This plate came from Mountain Ash NCB Loco Shed this was the original name for Thomas Smith & Sons of Ridley, Nr Leeds. In unrestored condition.

525A A BR 1970s flanged Station Lamp Tablet “RUNCORN” black on white in very good condition.

526

A Brecon & Methyr Railway Railchair clearly embossed “B&MR” in unrestored condition. A Scarce Railchair!

527

A BR(E) enamel Posterboard Heading “BRITISH RAILWAYS”, size 28” x 5 ¾” with some minor face and edge chipping otherwise in good condition.

528

A cast iron Road sign Finial embossed “DCC” (Devon County Council) in unrestored condition.

529

A London & North Western Railway Gate Notice dated 1883 in unrestored condition.

530

A Large box of Lamps for spares or repair.

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