RAILWAYANA

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AN AUCTION OF

SATURDAY 20TH OCTOBER 2012 SATURDAY 26TH APRIL 2014

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. the fall of the hammer. In the case of a dispute, it shall be settled by the Auctioneers, whose decision shall be 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. 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 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 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,

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. Cover Picture Supplied by Jack Boskett www.jackboskett.co.uk

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A BR (M) large enamel Doorplate “Registerer Weighing Machine Keeper” f/f with one small chip to the face and minor edge chipping otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 18” x 12”.

2

A pictorial enamel Advertising sign “SPRATT’S” showing Dog, Cat, Bird, & Fish in skeleton shapes, black on cream with only minor face chips. Dated 3/45, size 24” x 5”. A Rare Sign in very good condition.

3

A cast iron Shedplate 70A Nine Elms 1950 to July 1967. The plate is in restored condition and has a clear BR(S) Triangle to the rear.

4

A cast iron Great Western Railway Locomotive Cab Notice “CAUTION DO NOT LOOK OVER OR PASS ALONG THE SIDE OF THIS CAB WHEN NEAR BRIDGES, TUNNELS, LOAD GAUGES OR COAL STAGES” AND DATED ‘January 1909’. In unrestored condition.

5

An LMS enamel Station Lamp Tablet “CLOUGH FOLD”. A former LYR station on the line between Bacup & Rawtenstall. Black on yellow with some edge rusting and slight mottling. Size 16 ¾” x 4 ¼”.

6

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 Drewry Car – Vulcan Foundry as 543/D269 in September 1955, first depot 32A Norwich, withdrawn February 1968 from 2F Bescot. Scrapped at Cohens, Kettering in May 1968. The plate is in very good unrestored, ex loco condition. NOTE: We sold the other side of this plate in our April 2013 Auction!

7

A GWR official Jigsaw “Speed” depicting Castle Class Loco 4073 at speed. In good condition, complete with box and made up on a board to view.

8

A framed & glazed Carriage Print ‘Rufford Abbey, Nottinghamshire’ by Kenneth Steel. In original type frame in very good condition.

9

A Cheshire Lines Committee cast iron Signal Finial in very good restored condition.

10

A BR alloy Lion & Wheel Emblem as fitted to W.C.M.L. Class 81 to 86 Electric Locomotives. This is attached to a polished wooden presentation board with brass plate “Presented By R.M. And E.E. Maintenance” ex Crewe Works. In very good condition.

11

A South Eastern & Chatham Railway wooden glass fronted Station Display Case with SE&CR enamel Heading to the top and displaying eight SECR Handbills. The back is marked ‘SR Halling’. Oak case size 33 ½” x 28”.

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12

A cast iron Locomotive Tenderplate “LMS No.9520 – 1936”. The plate is in face restored condition, the back marked ‘Ex 45284’ an LMS Stanier Black 5 it spent its BR days at Newton Heath & Edge Hill. It was withdrawn in May 1968 and cut up in August 1968 at Wards of Killamarsh. The plate is in restored condition.

13

A cast iron Shedplate 3A Bescot 1948 to June 1960. The plate is in ex loco condition.

14

A “Midland Railway”, all copper with cast iron finial, Station Gas Lamp Post Top, clearly stamped “MR Co.”. This needs re-glazing to make a fine example. Width 17” and stands 39” tall. In unrestored condition.

15

A BR(S) Totem “SALISBURY” h/f. A couple of chips between the ‘I’ and the ‘S’ and some minor face & edge rusting otherwise good deep colour & shine.

15A

An LMS brass Tender Plate “WATER CAPACITY 4000 GALLONS” in very good face restored only condition.

16

A Great Western Railway 1947 pattern Block Instrument complete with its ‘R.E.Thompson’ maker’s plate. This Instrument is in lovely ex box condition.

17

A Great Western Railway Steel Key Token with engraved brass plate “LLANIDLOES – MOAT LANE EAST” the junction for the Mid Wales line. In very good unrestored condition.

18

A BR (M) enamel Station sign “TO THE TRAINS” with left facing Arrow. One tiny face chip otherwise in superb condition with good deep colour & shine. Size 18” x 12”.

19

A cast iron sign “L.&N.W. AND L.&Y. RAILWAYS ANY PERSON FOUND TAMPERING WITH THESE BELLS WILL BE PROSECUTED BY ORDER”. In face restored condition.

20

An original Painting by Vic Welch depicting ‘92220 Evening Star’ On Shed. Framed & glazed in very good condition. Size 27 ½” x 20 ¾”.

20A

A small wooden Signal Arm with cast iron Spectacle plate, believed to be Liverpool Overhead Railway. In unrestored condition.

21

An early enamel sign “TELEGRAPH OFFICE” WITH Pointing Hand. White on black with minor edge chipping, otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 31” x 6”.

22

A pair of BR (E) Locomotive Head Lamps complete and in restored condition.

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23

A Locomotive Smokebox Plate “43143” ex (LMS) design Ivatt Mogul 2-6-0 4MT new Doncaster works (No.2088) August 1951 to South Lynn, other allocations were Boston. Withdrawn at Barrow Hill in June 1965 and cut up at Wards, Killamarsh in October 1965. The plate is in face restored some time ago condition, the back is in ex loco condition.

24

A London Brighton & South Coast Railway cast iron Bridge Owners Plate embossed “LB&SCR”. In unrestored condition.

25

A BR (Sc) enamel Station Direction sign “BRITISH RAILWAYS (in Totem) STATION” with left facing arrow. There is a repaired face chip on the point on the arrow and some edge rusting etc. Size 21” x 10”.

25A

A North Staffordshire Railway Face Piece Horse Brass with “NSR” to the centre on its original leather backing. In very good condition. A Scarce Brass!

26

A brass Locomotive Worksplate “The Hunslet Engine Co. Ltd Leeds 18” x 26” No.3822 – 1954” ex 0-6-0 S.T. new to Aberpergwm Colliery at Glyn Neath and scrapped by Adams in January 1964. Size 10 ½” x 8”. Face restored only.

27

A brass Radiator Plate “HUNSLET” from a Diesel Shunter, the back marked “No.6289”. In very good ex loco condition. Size 30 ¼” x 6 ½”.

28

A GWR pattern alloy Key Token Holder and Hoop in good ex box condition.

29

A cast iron Bridgeplate London & North Western And Great Western Railway joint, lettered “L&NW & GW JOINT LINES 76A”. In very good face restored only condition.

30

A small, wooden, double sided Carriage Board “BRISTOL” on one side and on the reverse “LEICESTER” in Maroon & straw in good ex service condition.

31

A Pictorial enamel Advertising sign “SPRATT’S CANARY MIXTURE AND BUDGERIGAR MIXTURE THE CLEAN SAFE, SOUND BIRD SEEDS THAT ARE ONLY SOLD IN PACKETS” with Spratt’s in Bird motif. Several face chips otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 24” x12”.

32

An LNER (GNR Pattern) Guards Hand Lamp, brass plated “London & North Eastern Railway Rye House” cracked front glass otherwise in good unrestored condition.

33

A cast iron Shedplate 86K Abergavenny 1950 to Nov 1954. The plate is in restored condition. A Scarce Code!

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34

A London & North Eastern Railway Double Royal Poster, London Architecture, Tudors etc by Fred Taylor showing Henry V111 and Hampton Court Palace. In good condition with some folds.

35

A BR (W) Totem “CORWEN” f/f. a couple of small face chips and some minor mottling, otherwise in good ex station condition. A Station on the Ruabon to Barmouth Line.

36

A GNR/LNER wooden cased Level Crossing Indicator Instrument in very good ex box condition.

37

A GWR cast iron sign “SPEED NOT TO EXCEED 15 MILES PER HOUR” from a single line token pick up/set down apparatus. A Scarce Sign!

38

An LMS Fowler pattern brass Locomotive Whistle as fitted to 0-6-0 Jinty Tanks. In good, lightly polished condition.

39

A Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway pattern cast iron Signal Finial in good unrestored condition.

40

A Locomotive Smokebox Plate “48148” ex LMS Stanier 8F 2-8-0 built at Crewe July 1942 as 8148 and allocated to Heaton Mersey, Newton Heath and Patricroft. It was renumbered 48148 in March 1949 and was withdrawn in June 1965 and cut up in November 1965. The plate is in face restored only condition but does have a BR weld repair. SEE LOT 440.

41

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

42

A London & North Western Railway small Inspectors Hand Lamp clearly stamped “LANCASTER CHG” and “A32369”, the top is also marked “LNWR CARR DEPT WOLVERTON”. In good restored condition.

43

A cast iron Shedplate 5A Crewe North 1948 to May 1965. The plate is in face restored only condition, the back is in ex loco condition.

44

A (London & North Western Railway) cast iron Signalbox Backboard plate “TO STAMFORD”. In good ex box condition.

45

A BR (M) enamel Doorplate “STATION MASTER” f/f with a couple of minor edge chips, otherwise in excellent condition with good deep colour & shine. Size 18” x 6”.

46

An alloy Diesel Worksplate “British Railways Crewe Built 1966 Power Equipment By British Electrical Engineering Company Ltd And Sulzer”, as fitted to a Brush Class 47 Locomotive. In very good ex loco Rail Blue condition.

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47

A Webb & Thompson large Electric Train Staff “GWINEAR ROAD WEST – NANCEGOLLAN CROSSING PLACE” a former GWR section. In good ex box condition.

48

A Great Northern Railway brass Station Hand Bell. The side engraved “G.N.R.”. In very good ex service condition.

49

An early cast iron Roadside Finger Post Top “RINGWOOD HAMPSHIRE”. In very good restored condition.

50

A Great Western Railway cast iron Cabside “2224” ex Collett 0-6-0 Tender Locomotive, new Swindon September 1937 to Tyesley shed it then spent many years at Stourbridge Junction until sent to Neath in My 1962 to be withdrawn and stored until cut up at Cashmore’s Newport October 1962. The plate is in face restored condition, the back is unrestored and marked “Works Manager Swindon”.

50A

A BR (NE) Lion Over Wheel Cap Badge “STATION MASTER” in very good condition.

51

A BR (E) Station sign “TELEGRAMS” f/f with minor edge chipping otherwise in very good condition with good deep colour & shine. Size 36” x 12”.

52

A Great Western Railway brass collared 3 Aspect Guards Lamp in very good condition.

53

A cast iron Shedplate 72C Yeovil Town 1950 to Sept 1963. The plate has a clear BR(S) Triangle to the rear and marked ‘ex 31 798. A Maunsell ‘U’ Class 2-6-0 withdrawn at Yeovil in September 1964 and cut up in December 1964. The plate is in face restored only condition.

54

A London & North Western Railway framed & glazed Advertising Board “L&NWR Places Of Interest” showing four Edwardian scenes: Marine Drive Colwyn Bay, Colwyn Bay from the Station, Ferry Nab Windermere and Rydal Water. Signed ‘Frank Ree, General Manager Euston Station’. Some minor marking & staining otherwise in very good condition. Size 33” x 25”.

55

A cast iron Hull & Barnsley Railway Signal Gantry plate “H&BR SAXBY & FARMER LD RAILWAY SIGNAL ENGINEERS LONDON AND CHIPPENHAM” with embossed picture of a Train on a Bridge with Signal Gantry in the foreground. The plate is in face restored only condition. A Scarce Plate!

56

A Great Western Railway brass cased Tyers shelf mounted lower quadrant semaphore distant signal repeater. The inside retains its Tyer & co. test label dated 14/6/39. In good ex box condition.

57

A wooden cased Signalbox Telephone bearing two brass plates on the front “TO T.M. WEST” and “CABIN UP AT STARTING SIGNALS” ex Bristol Temple Meads. In very good condition.

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58

An LNER cast iron Doorplate “TELEPHONE” in unrestored ex Station condition.

59

A Great Western Railway (WB&S Co.) Dunces Hat Signal Finial. In unrestored condition. A Scarce Finial!

60

A Locomotive Smokebox plate “67601” ex LNER Gresley V1 Class 2-6-2- Tank, new Doncaster Works October 1930 as LNER 7601. This locomotive spent most of it’s BR days working the Balloch – Balloch Pier Branch, it was withdrawn in January 1962 and cut up in September 1962. The plate is in face restored some time ago condition on the front with the back in ex loco condition.

61

A pictorial enamel Advertising sign “JOHN BULL THE LONG SERVICE TYRE” with picture of ‘John Bull’ in the bottom left hand corner. This is black/white on orange with some edge chipping/rusting otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 47” x 15 ½”.

62

A Great Western Railway pre-grouping copper top Hand Lamp with GWR copper top, reservoir, “GWR” etched front glass and brass oval number plate “11587”. The Lamp is in good unrestored condition.

63

A cast iron Shedplate 81E Didcot 1950 to April 1965. The plate is in ex loco condition, the back is marked ‘ex 5744’.

64

An LMS 10” Dial Fusee Drop Case Wall Clock, the face marked “BR (E) John Walker 1 South Molton St. London No.13913” and also brass plated “LMS 13913”. The Clock is believed to be from the Peterborough area and would have been used at a former LMS Station, transferred to the Eastern region. Complete with pendulum & Key this clock appears to be in good working order, just needs a little TLC!

65

An enamel Station sign “MIDLAND RAILWAY THESE BUCKETS MUST BE KEPT FULL OF CLEAN WATER AND USED ONLY IN CASE OF A FIRE” etc, dated Jan 1909. In a wooden frame, a nice example of one of these signs. Size 12” x 7”.

65A

An Edmondson Station Ticket Dater with box of Type. In good condition.

66

A brass Locomotive 9” x 5” Worksplate London & North Eastern Railway “LNER 3965 DONCASTER WORKS 1942” ex Class 02 2-8-0 New Doncaster June 1942 as 3965 renumbered to 63965 in November 1949. A Langwith Junction & Retford engine it was withdrawn in October 1962 and cut up in November 1962. The plate is in face restored only condition.

67

A BR (M) wooden Station Finger Board lettered “LEICESTER, BEDFORD AND LONDON” with feathered Arrow, double sided in maroon & straw. In good ex station condition.

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68

A Southern Railway enamel Poster Board Heading “SR SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS” white on blue with some minor edge & face chipping, otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 27” x 5 ½”.

69

A cast iron sign “NORTH EATERN RAILWAY THIS LEVEL CROSSING IS PRIVATE” etc, signed ‘C.N. Wilkinson Secretary’. The sign is in restored condition. A Scarce Sign!

70

A Southern Railway Station Target sign “WIMBLEDON PARK”. This has some minor edge and screw hole chips otherwise good deep colour & shine.

70A

A cast iron plate “G.W.R. ENGINE OIL” as found in Locomotive Engine Sheds. In good face restored only condition.

71

A BR (M) enamel Station sign “WAY OUT AND SUBWAY TO OTHER PLATFORMS” double sided with hanging hooks with several face chips on both sides, otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 60” x 12”.

72

A BR (Sc) Poster Board Heading “BRITISH RAILWAYS” in excellent condition. Size 26 ½” x 5”

73

A cast iron Shedplate 87F Lllanelly 1950 To October 1965. The plate is in face restored only condition, the ex loco back is marked ‘ex 73023’.

74

An ornate cast iron Wagonplate “CLAYTONS WAGONS LTD 1927 ABBEY WORKS LINCOLN ENGLAND” with embossed Lion to the centre. An attractive plate in face restored only condition.

75

A brass Locomotive Worksplate “R&W Hawthorn Leslie & Co. Ltd Engineers Newcastle On Tyne England No.2789 – 1912”, ex 0-4-0 ST locomotive No.12 at Lambton, Hetton and Joicay Colliery in County Durham. In very good ex loco condition.

75A

A Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway brass Cap Badge “LYR PORTER” in very good condition.

76

An LMS Tyers Scottish pattern Block Instrument with makers plate “Tyer & Co. London” in very good ex box condition. A Nice Example Of One Of These!

77

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

78

A Great Western Railway brass Pressure Gauge with silvered face, engraved “GWR”. The brass case is also stamped “GWR”. In good ex loco condition.

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79

A North Eastern Railway, Ball type cast iron Boundry Post with “NER” embossed on the Ball. In restored condition

80

A framed & glazed Signalbox Diagram “GER Felixstowe Beach Diagram Of Signals” dated May 4th 1910, in original frame. There is a damp stain to the bottom left hand end and some slight edge staining otherwise in very good condition for its age. Size 42 ½” x 19 ¼”. A Rare Survivor!

81

An enamel Advertising sign “WAKEFIELD CASTROL MOTOR OIL” in black, white & green with some minor face chipping and some edge rusting otherwise in good condition. Size 30” x 20”.

82

An SNCF large Steam locomotive Headlamp clearly stamped “No.20970”. In restored condition with large copper top.

83

A cast iron Shedplate 9D Buxton 1948 to September 1963, then Newton Heath September 1963 to July 1968. The plate is in restored some time ago condition.

84

A London & North Eastern Railway Double Royal Poster “SUFFOLK TRAVEL BY RAIL” with winking eye. Shows Horse Cart with Cottage & Church. Minor folds, and is loose framed & glazed.

85

A BR(S) enamel Doorplate “LADIES ROOM” f/f with minor edge chipping otherwise excellent condition with good deep colour & shine. Size 18” x 3 ½”.

85A

A brass Industrial locomotive Nameplate “TOAD” in GWR style letters and beading. We have been unable to trace the loco this came from but still an attractive plate!

86

A Great Western Railway Gangers Occupation Instrument in good ex box condition. Ex Borth.

87

A cast iron Bridge Plate (Manchester South Junction & Altringcham Railway) “MSJ&AR 61”. In unrestored ex Lineside condition.

88

A framed & glazed Carriage Print “Travel In 1905 Midland Railway Manchester Express Headed By Midland Compound Near Millers Dale”. In original type frame.

89

A Great Western Railway cast iron Ground Frame Plate “WEST TREVISCOE NORTH GROUND FRAME”. In ex service condition. A Cornish Location!

90

A Locomotive Smokebox Plate “61371” ex (LNER) design BR Thompson B1 Class 4-6-0 new North British locomotive company Oct 1950 works No.26830, allocations include Sheffield & Cambridge. It was withdrawn in Sept 1962 and cut up May 1963. The plate is in face restored some time ago condition, the back is in ex loco condition.

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91

A BR (M) enamel Station sign “PARCELS AND LEFT LUGGAGE” minor edge chipping otherwise in very good condition. Size 24” x 18”.

92

A cast iron Point Cover embossed “MS&LR” (Manchester Sheffield & Lincolnshire Railway). In very good unrestored condition. Size 18” x 10”.

93

A cast iron Shedplate 84A Stafford Road (Wolverhampton) 1950 to September 1963. The plate is in face restored only condition, the back is marked ‘4918’.

94

A cast iron Coach Plate “HIGHLAND RAILWAY LOCHGORM WORKS INVERNESS 1901”. The plate is in good face restored only condition. A Scarce Plate!

95

A BR (Sc) Totem “CORKERHILL” h/f. There are three face chips and some mottling, otherwise in good condition.

95A

A BR Totem Shaped Poster Board Heading with some very minor chipping otherwise in excellent condition.

96

A brass Locomotive Worksplate “LMS BUILT 1910 HORWICH”. The plate is in good ex loco condition.

97

A North Eastern Railway wood cased Signalbox Repeater with original engraved brass plate “DOWN LINE”. In very good ex box condition.

98

A brass Stanier Hooter from an LMS Black 5, 4-6-0 No.45242. The Whistle is in totally unrestored ex loco condition.

99

A cast iron Trespass sign “DUNDALK NEWRY & GREENORE RAILWAY” (LNWR pattern). The sign is in restored condition. A Scarce Sign!

100

A London & North Eastern Railway brass Locomotive Nameplate “SIR WILLIAM GRAY” ex LNER Thompson B1 Class Locomotive, new Vulcan Foundry Works No.5547 in August 1947, last B1 built by them as 1189. It was renumbered 61189 in December 1949 allocations include Stockton, Ardsley & Low Moor. It was withdrawn in May 1967 and cut up in December 1967. The plate is in face restored only condition.

100A A London & North Western Railway Barrel Whistle clearly marked “L&NWR”. In very good condition.

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101

An early Pictorial enamel Advertising sign “SUNLIGHT SOAP £1000 REWARD” etc. shows Lady with washing basket etc and Lever Seal of Quality. In red, blue, yellow & white with some fading and edge chipping mainly to the right hand side, dated 1918. Size 17 ¾” x 15”. A Lovely Sign!

102

A North Eastern Railway Inspectors Hand Lamp with “NER” brass plate, copper, wire Handle and complete with original NER Co. reservoir. In very good restored condition.

103

A cast iron Shedplate 24B Rose Grove 1948 to September 1963. The plate is in restored condition.

104

A London Brighton & South Coast Railway Oil Can, clearly stamped “LB&SCR” and steel plated “COOKSBRIDGE”, complete with flip top lid. In very good unrestored condition.

105

A London & North Eastern Railway cast iron Doorplate “BOOKING OFFICE” in good unrestored ex Door condition, the back is marked ‘MELROSE’ a Waverley Line Station.

106

A Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Block Instrument, the top stamped “LYR 530” and the base is branded “LYR”, the top glass is cracked otherwise in very good ex box condition.

107

A South African Railways Brass Cabside Number Plate “SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAYS 2766 – 19.D SUID AFRIKAANSE SPOORWEE” ex Class 19.D 4-8-2 built by Robert Stephenson & Hawthorns, works No.7279 in 1945. A versatile class which had extensive use on every system on the SAR and on one of the last steam classes to see regular use in South Africa. Cast brass, size 20 ¼” x 14 ½” in ex loco condition.

108

A Scale Model of a London & North Western Railway Steam Rail Motor. A Very attractive Model!

109

A cast iron sign “CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS NOTICE ANY PERSONS FOUND TRESPASSING ON THIS RAILWAY WILL BE PROSECUTED BY ORDER”. In totally unrestored condition.

110

A Locomotive Smokebox Plate “46522” ex BR Ivatt 2MT 2-6-0 new Swindon works March 1953 to Brecon, later allocations were Oswestry, Shrewsbury, Bescot, Carnforth & Carlisle. Withdrawn May 1967 and stored at Carlisle Upperby until cut up by Arnott Young at Carmyle in February 1968. The plate is in ex loco condition.

111

An enamel Advertising sign “Thompsons Mineral Waters Head Office Albert St. Barrow”. Black on yellow, double sided with fixing flange. Some minor face chipping & edge rusting, otherwise in good condition. Size 14” x 9”.

112

A cast iron Locomotive Tender Plate “LMS 10334 of 1943”. The plate is in restored condition, the back is marked ‘48608’.

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113

A cast iron Shedplate 5B Crewe South 1948 to November 1967. The plate is in face restored condition.

114

A Live Steam Model Traction Engine in good condition with No Boiler Certificate.

115

A BR Roundel “HAMILTON SQUARE” from a Station on the Mersey Railway. Some edge chipping/ rusting otherwise good deep colour & shine.

115A An LNER brass Water valve Handle “WATER SHUT-OPEN” ex B1 Class. In ex loco condition.

116

A brass Locomotive Worksplate “Sir W.G. Armstrong Whitworth & Co. Engineers Ltd No.1364 – 1937 Scotswood Works Newcastle-On-Tyne” ex LMS Black 5 new as 5309 in January 1937. It was renumbered 45309 in October 1948, always a Scottish locomotive. Allocations include Polmadie, Perth, Motherwell & Carstairs,it was withdrawn in September 1966 and cut up at Cambells of Airdre in February 1967. The plate is in good unrestored condition with slight loss to the top right hand bolt hole.

117

A Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway brass Locomotive Whistle. The Whistle is from 50455, the last L&YR 4-6-0 in traffic. This comes with a BR Handbill for Sunday 1st July 1951 when this locomotive worked a special train from Blackpool Central to York for the Stephenson Locomotive Society, there is also a letter with reference to how the Whistle was obtained by the owner and also a piece of coal from the Tender. The Whistle is being sold to raise funds for the LNWR George The Fifth Society who are aiming to build one of these magnificent engines. In very good condition.

118

A Great Western Railway, lockable Pay Check Tin Slotted Rack with 27 un-issued BR(W) Pay Checks all from Shrewsbury. In good ex service condition.

119

A cast iron sign (Great Western Railway) “Caution All Engines Must Stop Before Going On Table, The Stops Must Not Be Used As A Brake Or Inserted Until Table Is Stationary By Order”. In restored some time ago condition. A Scarce Sign!

120

A Locomotive Smokebox Plate “92199” ex BR Standard Class 9F 2-10-0 new Swindon works October 1958, allocated to Doncaster, other moves were to Colwick & Frodingham. It was withdrawn August 1964 and cut up at Wards of Sheffield in June 1965. Note: One of the shortest time in traffic loco’s, only 5 years 10 months. The plate is in restored condition.

120A A cast iron Signal Counterweight embossed “E.M.R.” (Eastern & Midlands Railway). A Rare Survivor!

121

An early enamel Trespass sign CLOGHER VALLEY RAILWAY TRESPASSERS WILL BE PROSECUTED PENALTY 40/” with makers name ‘Falkirk Iron Co.’ to the bottom right hand edge. White on blue with several large face chips & edge rusting, size 27” x 15”. A Very Rare sign Thought To Be The Sole Survivor!

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122

A chromed brass Worksplate “THE ENGLISH ELECTRIC COMPANY LTD LONDON No.3058/ D720. 1962. THE VULCAN FOUNDRY LTD LOCOMOTIVE WORKS. ENGLAND.” New as D6766 to Thornaby, Gateshead, Tinsley, Immingham, Inverness & Motherwell, renumbered to 37066 in February 1974. Stored at Wigan in 1996, taken to Crewe and cut up by Philips of Llanelly in July 1997. It was named British Steel Workington between September 1985 & 1987. The plate is in totally ex loco condition.

123

A cast iron Shedplate 5C Stafford 1948 to July 1965. The plate is in face restored only condition, the back is ex loco.

124

A brass Industrial Locomotive Nameplate “LEOPARD” ex North British 0-4-0 DH based at British Steel Shelton, Stoke-On-Trent. Built in 1956 as Works No.27652 it transferred to BSC Lancashire Works in January 1979. The plate is in lightly cleaned condition on the front and ex loco on the back.

125

A North Eastern Railway enamel Station Doorplate “GENERAL ROOM & BOOKING OFFICE”, brown on cream with ornate ends. A couple of repaired face chips otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 20 ½” x 5 ½”.

125A A Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Horse brass, circular with serrated edges and lettered “LYR Co.” around a central dome. In good condition. A Scarce Brass!

126

A brass Locomotive Worksplate “BEYER PEACOCK & CO. LD REBUILT 1921 MANCHESTER” ex SECR D Class 4-4-0 from one of the loco’s rebuilt and reclassified D1. The SR numbers were 1246/7, rebuilt 1487/9, 1502/1545, 1735/1747/1749. The plate is in very good ex loco condition.

127

An enamel sign (Mersey Railway) “PASSENGERS MUST RIDE INSIDE THE CAR AND NOT ON THIS PLATFORM” white on blue with some edge & screw hole chipping otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 11 ¾” x 6”.

128

A South Eastern & Chatham Railway small enamel sign “ALL SEASON TICKETS TO BE SHEWN”. White on black with some minor edge rusting touched in otherwise in good condition. Size 10” x 12”.

129

A cast iron Poster Board Heading “MIDLAND GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY OF IRELAND” mounted on a board with embossed letters on a back plate. Size 43 ¼” x 6 ½”. A Scarce Plate.

130

A Cheshire Lines Committee painted wooden Signal Lever Backboard. The top pediment is marked “CLC”, the board lists Winnington Sidings Branch etc. In good ex box condition, from Hertford & Greenbank Signalbox. Size 86” x 10” and from bottom to top of pediment is 17 ½”. A Nice manageable sized backboard!

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131

An enamel Advertising sign “VOLVOLUTUM SOAP NO RUBBING, NO SOAKING”, white on blue with red surround. A couple of face chips and some scratching otherwise in good condition. Size 48” x 15”.

132

A BR brass Steam Locomotive Pressure Gauge, the face marked “B.R. STD”. In good ex loco condition.

133

A cast iron Shedplate 73G Ramsgate October 1958 to June 1959. The plate is in restored some time ago condition with a clear BR(S) Triangle to the rear. A Scarce Code!

134

A BR Double Royal Poster “LLANDRINDOD WELLS THE WYE VALLEY HEALTH & HOLIDAY RESORT”. Some slight loss to the top left hand corner and a slight tear at the top otherwise in very good rolled condition.

135

A BR (W) Totem “WELLINGTON (SALOP)” h/f. There is a chip above the “W” and one in the bottom right hand end of the panel, some minor edge rusting, otherwise good deep colour & shine.

136

A brass LMS Locomotive Tender Plate “WATER CAPACITY 4000 GALLONS”. In very good ex loco condition.

137

A London & North Eastern Railway Guards Pocket Watch by Record, the back is clearly engraved LNER. In very good working order.

138

A BR (W) Poster Board Heading “SPECIAL NOTICES” in excellent condition. Size 25 ½” x 4”.

139

A Great Western Railway cast iron Signalbox Nameboard “ALBRIGHTON SIGNAL BOX” a location between Cosford & Codsall on the Wolverhampton to Shrewsbury Line. The box opened in 1880 and closed in May 1967. In restored some time ago condition. Approximately 80” in length.

140

A cast, aluminium, Diesel Depot Plaque for Stratford with the Cockney Sparrow. In ex loco condition.

141

A BR (E) enamel Station sign “PLATFORMS 3&4 LONDON TRAINS” f/f with right facing Arrow, minor edge chips and one small face chip otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 60” x 18”.

142

An LNER (GER Pattern) sliding knob Hand Lamp clearly stamped “KINGS LYNN No.207” with correct pattern reservoir in good condition.

143

A cast iron Shedplate 67A Corkerhill 1950 to May 1967. The plate is in restored condition.

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144

A Collection of three brass Southern Railway Signalbox Shelf Repeaters in good polished condition.

145

A BR (M) enamel Doorplate “PARCELS AND LEFT LUGGAGE” f/f. In excellent Condition with good deep colour & shine. Size 18” x 6”.

146

A chromed, brass Diesel Worksplate ex Class 40 “English Electric Company Ltd No.3143/ D693 – 1961 The Vulcan Foundry Ltd Locomotive Works England” new as D397 July 1962, new to Gateshead, Thornaby, Healey Mills, York & Crewe. Renumbered 40 197, it was withdrawn in September 1983 and was part cut up but used for carrying Power Units around the yard at Doncaster, and scrapped some time later. The plate is in basically ex loco condition.

147

An alloy Key Token “LLANDILO – LLANDILO BRIDGE” in good ex service condition.

148

A London & North Western Railway silver plated Condiment Set, the front marked “BRITTANIA L&NWR Co. DINING SALOONS”. In very good condition.

149

A West Riding & Grimsby Railway cast iron Boundry Post (GNR Pattern) in restored some time ago condition.

150

A Great Western Railway brass Locomotive Cabside “6663” ex GWR 56XX Collett 0-6-0 Tank, new Armstrong Whitworth Sept 1928 to Cathay’s. Other allocations include Ebbw junction, Aberbeeg then Leamington, it was withdrawn in June 1963 and cut up at Cashmore’s, Newport in November 1963. The plate is in face restored only condition.

150A An LMS Royal Scot Pattern China Coffee Cup & Saucer. Both base marked “LMS Dining Cars” with one dated 1937. Both in good condition.

151

A Cardiff Railway enamel sign “SMOKING IN OR ABOUT THIS WAREHOUSE IS PROHIBITED BY ORDER T.N.ROSSER DOCKMASTER” etc. This has a further 9 lines of text and is signed at the bottom ‘C.S. Dennis General Manager Cardiff Railway Company Bute Docks Cardiff’. Red on white, size 21” x 19 ½” one large face chip to right hand side and some edge chipping/rusting otherwise good deep colour & shine.

152

A Great Western Railway brass Locomotive Vacuum Gauge, the face marked “GWR Duplex Vacuum Gauge Brake Pipe/Reservoir” and is still attached to its wooden mount.

153

A cast iron Shedplate 12B Carlisle, Upperby February 1958 to December 1966. The plate is in face restored only condition.

154

A BR (E) enamel Station sign “CROSS THE LINE BY THE FOOTBRIDGE ONLY” in very good condition. Size 30” x 18”.

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155

A BR (Sc) Totem “CLARKSTON” f/f with a couple of face repairs to the left hand end otherwise good deep colour & shine.

156

A brass Locomotive Worksplate “W.G. Bagnall Ltd No.3024 – 1953 Stafford England” ex 2’6” Gauge 0-4-0 + 0-4-0 named ‘MONARCH’ it worked at Bowater Lloyd pulp & paper mills at Sittingbourne Kent and is now preserved at the Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway. In good ex loco condition.

157

An early Kodak Film Station Platform Vending Machine, lettered red & black on yellow background. The front is marked “KODAK FILM No.120 8 EXPOSURES FOR 3 ¼ x 2 ¼ CAMERAS ONE SHILLING”. This machine has been restored and is unlocked but there is no key for this.

158

A GWR cast iron Signalbox Door Notice “GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY NO UNAUTHORISED PERSON ALLOWED IN THIS BOX BY ORDER”. In totally unrestored chocolate & cream paintwork.

159

A London Chatham & Dover Railway pattern cast iron Signal Finial removed from Crystal Palace High Level Station. In good restored condition.

160

A Smokebox Plate “43866” ex Midland Railway Fowler 0-6-0 4F new Derby Works 1918 as 3866, renumbered to 43866 in June 1949. It spent most of its BR days at Westhouses, being withdrawn in December 1959 and was cut up in March 1960. The plate is in face restored some time ago condition, the back is in ex loco condition.

161

An enamel Advertising sign “SHAVING SALOON PEARSON’S ANTISEPTIC USED HERE NONPOISONOUS DISINFECTANT WITH RED CROSS” this has the remains of its hanging brackets. Blue on white, some minor chipping otherwise in good condition. Size 24” x 18”.

162

An early Great Western Railway Horsebox Roof Pot Lamp, brass plated “RETURN TO NEWBURY” and marked “GWR” in several places. In very good unrestored condition.

163

A cast iron Shedplate 5D Stoke 1948 to August 1967. The plate is in restored some time ago condition.

164

A collection of three London & North Eastern Railway Cathedral Plates: Ely, Durham & Peterborough. All are in very good condition.

165

A BR (M) enamel Station Doorplate “STAFF ONLY” f/f with a couple of face chips otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 18” x 3 ½”. Ex Nantwich Station!

165A A China Meat Plate with ornate floral pattern around the edge and Garter Crest to the centre “SUTTON RAILWAY HOTEL WESTON SUPERMARE” in good condition.

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166

A brass Locomotive Worksplate “Hudswell Clarke & Co. Ltd No.D1246 Railway Foundry 1961 Leeds England” ex 0-4-0 DM new Dowlais Foundry & Engineering Co. Ltd as their No.3. The plate is in ex loco condition.

167

An alloy Key Token “GOBOWEN SOUTH – OSWESTRY NORTH” In good ex service condition.

168

A pair of Great Western Railway brass Locomotive Whistles, large & small, both clearly stamped “GWR” and both in good ex loco condition.

169

A cast iron sign “LONDON MIDLAND AND SCOTTISH RAILWAY” single paragraph Gate Notice (LNWR pattern) ex Garstang & Knott End line. The sign is in restored condition.

170

A Southern Railway Ground Signal complete and in working order. Ready for the Garden!

171

A BR(NE) painted wooden Destination Board, double sided “MARSKE, REDCAR EAST, REDCAR CENTRAL, MIDDLESBOROUGH” with black edged lettering, complete with hanging hooks. In good ex service condition. Size 33 ½” x 18 ½”.

172

An early, large ornate copper Signal Lamp, clearly marked “LAMBTON COLLIERIES” complete with interior in ex service condition.

173

A cast iron “SC” self Cleaning plate as fitted to the Smokebox Doors of Locomotives with self cleaning fireboxes. In face restored condition.

174

An enamel pictorial Advertising sign “SPRATTS” showing three dogs in skeletal shape, dated 3/44. In Black on cream with very minor edge chipping otherwise in excellent condition. Size 20” x 4”.

175

A Great Eastern Railway Eight Inch Spring Driven Clock, the face marked “LNER” with ivorine number plate “4155”, the back of the case is branded “GER” several times. Some touching up to the face otherwise in good working order. Believed to have been used at Chelmsford Station.

175A A Caledonian Railway Horse Harness Brass Buckle marked “CR Co.” in very good condition.

176

A London & North Western Railway Fletchers Permissive Block Instrument. In very good ex box condition.

177

An alloy Key Token “BALA – BALA JCN” in unrestored condition and still retaining it’s collectors corner price label from when these were sold off by them.

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178

A 5 Inch Gauge Live Steam Model of a Great Western Railway 0-6-0 Pannier Tank 9681. The engine has not steamed for some years and comes with a copy of its last boiler certificate. This engine just needs a little T.L.C. but is a quality built locomotive.

179

A cast iron, large Bridge Diamond complete with all its tonnage plates and SR Over Plate “LONDON BRIGHTON & SOUTH COAST RAILWAY” etc. In restored condition.

180

A Locomotive Smokebox Plate “52350” ex Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Class 27 0-6-0 new Horwich Works May 1897 as LYR 418 then re numbered LMS 12350, then BR 52350 in September 1950. It was allocated to Bolton in BR days and was withdrawn in December 1958 and cut up in January 1959. The plate is in ex loco condition.

181

A BR(S) enamel Station sign “SOUTHERN (in Totem) CAR PARK RESERVED (MONDAY TO FRIDAY FOR HOLDERS OF PARKING SEASON TICKETS AFTER MIDNIGHT ALL VEHICLES MUST HAVE LIGHTS ON”. Some minor chipping & edge rusting otherwise in very good condition. Size 48” x 12”. An Unusual Worded Sign!

182

An M&GN small Office or Wall Lamp, copper plated “MID&GNR JOINT RAILWAY GT YARMOUTH STATION”. An LMS style lamp in unrestored condition.

183

A cast iron Shedplate 32E Yarmouth Vauxhall 1950 to January 1959. The plate is in ex loco condition.

184

A London & North Eastern Railway Double Royal Poster “NORFOLK TRAVEL BY RAIL” with winking eye. This shows Windmill & Sailing Boats on the Broads. There are minor folds and this is loose in its glazed frame.

185

A BR (E) enamel Doorplate “STATION MASTER”, unfanged with some screw hole chips repaired otherwise good deep colour & shine. Condition. Size 18” x 6”.

185A A brass Locomotive Worksplate “Hudswell Clarke & Co. Ltd Railway Foundry Leeds No.1342 – 1918”, ex 0-4-0 ST new to British Dyes in Huddersfield at their Turnbridge works, then moving to Renishaw Park Colliery in Derbyshire. The plate is lightly polished on the front, the back is in ex loco condition.

186

A North Stafford Railway Block Instrument complete with Bell and Backboard. This is ivorine plated “BLYTHE BRIDGE”. An Impressive Block Instrument in very good ex box condition.

187

A Great Western Railway steel Key Token “CAERSWS – CARNO” from the Cambrian Railway section between Moat Lane Junction & Talerddig. In very good ex service condition.

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188

A framed & glazed Carriage Print “London, The River Thames At Putney” from a Watercolour by A J Wilson. In original frame.

189

A cast iron sign “HULL BARNSLEY & WEST RIDING JUNCTION RAILWAY & DOCK COMPANY PUBLIC WARNING PERSONS ARE WARNED NOT TO TRESPASS” etc signed ‘George Scaum, Secretary’. In very good unrestored condition.

190

A Great Western Railway cast iron Cabside “3743” ex GWR Collett 0-6-0 57XX Class Pannier Tank new Swindon works September 1937 to Tyseley shed and spent many years at Stourbridge Junction until sent to Neath in May 1962 to be withdrawn and stored until cut up at Cashmore’s, Newport in October 1962. The plate is in face restored condition.

191

An Enamel Advertising sign ‘‘Cadbury’s Chocolates Made At Bournville’’ Blue on white with a couple of small face repairs but otherwise in excellent condition. Size 24” x 14”.

192

A cast iron Locomotive Worksplate ‘‘BUILT 1956 DONCASTER’. The back is marked ‘British Railway 2-6-0 76067’. This plate has been restored some time ago. See Next Lot!

193

A cast iron Shedplate 70E Reading (S.R) 1950 to December 1962 then Salisbury December 1962 to July 1967. This is ex 76067 (See above). This is in restored condition.

194

A cast iron Wagonplate (Furness Railway) “Registered By The F.R.Y Co. 1915 To CARRY 10 TONS 1025”. The plate is in face restored only condition.

195

A BR (M) Totem ‘‘Chelford’’ f/f. A Station on the Crewe to Manchester line, which opened 10th May 1842 and is still open today. With good deep colour & shine but there is some mottling to the lettering and some edge rusting that has been over painted but is otherwise in very good condition.

195A A cast Iron Shedplate 52B Heaton 1950 to September 1964. The plate is in face restored only condition.

196

An early Great Northern Railway Spagnoletti Patent Pegging Block Instrument, the face marked “Spagnolletti’s Patent”. The instrument is in very good ex box condition.

197

A BR (W) small enamel sign “THE CONDITIONS UPON WHICH TICKETS INCUDING SEASON TICKETS, ARE ISSUED, AND CONDITIONS APPLICABLE TO PASSENGERS LUGGAGE ETC, CAN BE OBTAINED FREE OF CHARGE ON APPLICATION TO THE BOOKING CLERK”. In very good condition. Size 6” x4”.

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198

A London & South Western Railway Guards Pocket Watch. The back clearly marked ‘‘LSWR 2481 PASSENGER’. In good, working, condition.

199

A Great Northern Railway Platform Seat. The two cast iron seat ends clearly embossed ‘‘GNR-S’’. In very good, restored, condition. Size 65 ½” long, 15” depth, 31” height.

200

A Locomotive Smokebox Plate “92100” ex BR 2-10-0 9F Class Locomotive. New to Crewe Works July 1956 to Toton, other allocations were Leicester (MR), Westhouses, Wellingborough and finally Birkenhead in April 1965. It was condemned at Birkenhead in May 1967 and stored here until September 1967 then to Crewe South until November 1967. Finally, it was towed to Cohen’s in Kettering and stored here until it was cut up in January 1968. The plate is in superb ex loco condition.

200A A London & North Western Railway brass Pay Check “CREWE STATION 17 L&NWR” on one side and “PASS CHECK OSS” on the reverse. A Scarce Pay Check Not Seen Before!

201

An enamel Station sign ‘‘Public Telephone Call Box Under L.N.W.R Control’’. This blue on white, some face chip repairs otherwise good deep colour & shine. A scarce sign!

202

A large copper signal lamp from the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board, Riverside Station, Liverpool. This was located on the Home Signal for Riverside Station the “Ocean Liner” Terminus alongside the landing stage on the River Mersey in Liverpool. This stands 24” high, diameter 12.5”, this is most likely a product of the Railway Signal Company Works at nearby Fazakerley. In original condition as an electric lamp, it hosts two brass plates “MERSEY DOCKS & HARBOUR BOARD. RIVERSIDE STATION” & “MDE”. The front bull’s eye is cracked, but this does not detract from what is a Super Lamp! A photograph accompanies this showing the signal in its original location.

203

A cast iron Shedplate 5E Alsager 1948 to June 1962, then Nuneaton September 1963 to June 1966. The plate is in restored some time ago condition.

204

A pair of (Midland Railway) brass engraved Signal Box Shelf Plates ‘‘Upline –Masboro Station North Junction Slow Lines – Down Line’’ and ‘‘Upline – Masboro Station North Junction Fast Lines’’. There is some slight wear but otherwise they are in good unpolished ex box condition. Size 33” x 1 ¼”. See also Lot 304 – 404.

205

A London & North Eastern Railway cast iron Doorplate ‘‘SMOKING STRICTLY PROHIBITED’’. This is in face restored, some time ago condition.

206

A brass Locomotive Worksplate ‘‘North British Locomotive Company Ltd Glasgow No 27498 – 1955” ex East African Railways & Harbour Board Class 83 Diesel Electric with Paxman engine built mainly for freight duties. The plate is in ex loco condition. Size 13 ¾” x 5 ½” .

207

A Great Western Railway brass Signalbox Shelf Plate ‘‘GORING & STREATLEY’’ in ex box condition.

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208

A large five tonne Russian Locomotive Chime Whistle complete with a photograph of the 2-10-0 locomotive it came from. It is cast steel and in unrestored ex loco condition.

209

A cast iron Signal Gantry Plate ‘‘SAXBY & FARMER PATENTEES LONDON W’’ with Royal Coat of Arms. The plate is in face restored only condition. Size 9 ½” x 7 ¼”.

210

A Great Western Railway pattern Double Disc Ground Signal. Complete and in good, working order.

211

A pictorial enamel Advertising sign ‘‘SPRATTS CAT FOOD PUTS PUSSY INTO FINE FORM”. Shows Spratt’s in skeleton Cat shape and is dated 3/54. Black on cream, size 12” x 12”. In superb condition. See also Lot 411.

212

A Great Eastern Railway Station Platform Lamp Post Top from Stansted with ornate corner ears and finial. It retains its original name glass ‘‘STANSTED’’ which is cracked but is in otherwise good, restored, condition. Size 34.6” in height.

213

A cast iron shedplate 9G Gorton April 1958 to June 1965. The plate is in unrestored condition and the back is marked ex 43826.

214

A Great Western Railway cast iron Station Gas Lamp Post complete with Rochester type Top, the post marked with maker’s name ‘S. Griffith, Reading’ The post is approx 8ft tall with GWR embossed at the base. In good unrestored condition, as removed from Aberdare (High Level) Station. See also Lot 414.

215

A brass Locomotive Worksplate ‘‘LMS BUILT 1945 CREWE’’ mounted on wood with small brass plate ex 44873. Cut up March 1968 by Albert Draper & Son Ltd Hull. The plate is in ex loco condition back and front.

215A

An enamel Poster Board Heading “SOUTH EASTERN AND CHATHAM RAILWAY” blue on white. Some edge rusting which has been over painted, but otherwise good deep colour. Size 26 ¾” x 6”.

216

A Midland Railway Routing Block Instrument clearly stamped “MR Co.” in five places and dated 1898. In very good ex box condition. The instrument is marked inside ex Armathwaite, a Settle & Carlisle location!

217

A Midland Railway Tapper Block Bell in very good ex box condition. The instrument is marked inside ex Lazon by a Settle & Carlisle location!

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218

A pair of North Staffordshire Railway items: a tinplate Detonator Case brass plated ‘‘M Haycock’’ and clearly marked “N.S.R” in restored condition and a tin plate Tourniquet tin clearly marked “N.S.R” with instruction label inside, dated ‘Stoke Junction 1886’ and states ‘‘Do Not Give Too Much Brandy If You Have Not Been Able To Put On The Tube” in unrestored condition.

219

A London and North Western Railway cast iron oval topped Boundry Post. The top is embossed “L&NWR”. In good, restored some time ago, condition.

220

A Locomotive Smokebox plate “6717” ex GWR Collett 0-6-0 Pannier Tank, new W.G Bagnall, Stafford July 1930 to Duffryn Yard, other allocations were Upperbank and Swansea Victoria. It was withdrawn in February 1959 and cut up at Swindon Works. The plate is in ex loco condition with the back clearly marked ‘‘Barry’’.

221

A BR(M) enamel Station sign ‘‘British Railways Subway For Pedestrians Only, It Is An Offence Under The Bye-Laws Relating To The Railways Of The British Transport Commission To Ride A Bicycle, Tricycle, Motorcycle Or Similar Machine Or To Bring Any Handcart, Barrow Or Similar Conveyance In This Subway Maximum Penalty £5”. Fully flanged with only one small chip to the word ‘‘Offence’’, otherwise has excellent deep colour & shine. Size 24” x 18”. A Scarce Sign!

222

A copper Station Gas Lamp manufactured by Sugg & Company. In polished condition and ready for the Garden!

223

A cast iron Shedplate 89D Oswestry January 1961 to September 1963. The plate is in very good face restored condition.

224

A tin Advertising Ashtray ‘‘L&Y AND L&NW RLYS TO THE NORTH OF IRELAND VIA FLEETWOOD”. This features Crests of both Companies and one of their Steamships. In lovely condition. A Rare Survivor Indeed!

225

A BR (E) totem ‘‘Dersingham’’ f/f. The colour is a little flat otherwise in excellent condition. A Station on the Kings Lynn to Hunstanton Line.

225A A Furness Railway Saddle Horse brass, engraved “F.R.”, in very good condition.

226

A brass Locomotive Worksplate ‘‘The Vulcan Foundry (Limited) Newton-Le-Willows Lancashire No 5543-1947 ex LNER B1 Class, new as LNER 1185 in July 1947 to Leicester GC renumbered 61185 in March 1949, other depots were Colwick & Immingham. It was withdrawn in October 1964 and cut up in January 1965. The plate is in ex loco condition.

227

A cast iron bridge plate ‘‘CL RLY No. 56’’ (Cheshire Lines Railway). In restored condition.

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228

A London & North Eastern Railway brass Locomotive Whistle and Valve, ex B1 Class Locomotive. In very good, lightly polished, condition.

229

A Glasgow and South Western Railway pattern cast iron Signal Finial. In good, restored condition.

230

A Southern Railway Station Target sign “CLAPHAM JUNCTION”. There is some face chipping and edge rusting and it would benefit from a good clean, otherwise in good ex Station condition.

231

An early enamel Road sign, double-sided ‘‘MOTOR BUSES STOP HERE’’ White on red, with minor screw hole chipping to both sides and some edge chipping to one side, otherwise excellent with deep colour and shine. Size 15 ¾” x 10”.

232

A Great Western Railway Tail Lamp, the neck clearly embossed ‘‘GWR’’ The lamp is in good, unrestored, condition.

233

A LMS signalbox nameboard ‘‘RADWAY GREEN SIDINGS”, Wood with cast iron letters in restored, some time ago, condition. Size 82” x10”.

234

A BR (W) Double Royal Poster ‘‘ABERYSTWYTH WHERE HOLIDAY FUN BEGINS” By Harry Riley. Some slight loss to top and some minor creases but otherwise in good rolled condition.

235

A BR (S) enamel Doorplate ‘‘PARCELS AND LEFT LUGGAGE’ f/f with a couple of minor edge chips but otherwise excellent condition with good deep colour & shine. Size 18” x 6”.

236

A brass Locomotive Worksplate “Sharp Stewart & Co Limited Atlas Works 4483 - . 1899 Glasgow ex Stirling designed LNER J5212 0-6-0 ST, No 68837 built in April 1899 initially numbered 1238 then LNER 4238, then LNER 8837 and finally BR 68837. Sheds include Doncaster & Ardsley from where it was withdrawn in February 1959 and cut up at Doncaster in March 1959. The plate is in face polished only condition.

237

A Great Western Railway Tapper Block Bell with makers plate ‘‘R.E. Thompson’’ and church bell in very good ex box condition.

238

Great Western Railway Guards Pocket Watch and Fob Chain. The face marked ‘‘GWR’’ with the back clearly marked “GWR 2136”. In good working condition.

239

A cast iron Bridge Diamond sign London & North Eastern Railway small pattern motor car acts 1896-1903. The bottom signed ‘‘LNE Railway coy Kings Cross Station London’’ The sign has been repaired but this a scarce sign that is rarely seen!

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240

A Locomotive Smokebox plate ‘‘42784’’ ex LMS Hughes/Fowler 2-6-0 5MT Crab Locomotive new Crewe Works September 1927 as LMS 13084 to Crewe South. It was renumbered to LMS 2784 in November 1935 and BR 42784 in July 1948. Other allocations were Carlisle, Hellifield, Nottingham & Saltley. It was withdrawn from Saltley in December 1962 and was cut up at Derby works in March 1963. The plate is in face restored only condition.

241

A BR (M) enamel Station sign “PASENGERS MUST CROSS THE LINE BY THE FOOTBRIDGE” f/f. In very good condition. Size 24” x 18”.

242

A London & North Western Railway Hand Lamp clearly stamped “TRF DEPT PRESTON” and “LNWR A 27570” with LMS type reservoir. In restored condition.

243

A cast iron Shedplate 8L Aintree, September 1963 to June 1967. The plate is in totally ex loco condition.

244

A (London & North Western Railway) cast iron Signalbox Backboard plate “FROM WANSFORD” from a box on the Northampton to Peterborough line.

245

A BR (Sc) Totem “HAYMARKET” h/f. A couple of very small face chips & some minor edge rusting otherwise good deep colour & shine.

246

A London & North Western Railway Fletchers Patent Shelf Mounted Repeater clearly marked “L&NWRY ELECTRICAL & SIGNAL DEPT CREWE No.3544”. In good ex box condition.

247

A BR (E) Station Running-In-Board “DORE & TOTLEY”, unflanged with some chipping/fading etc. Size 60 ½” x 25 ½”. A Sheffield area location!

248

An LMS enamel Station Lamp Tablet “KEIGHLEY” black on yellow, with one face chip above the ‘Y’ and some edge rusting otherwise in good ex Station condition. A Station on the Leeds to Skipton line.

249

A cast iron London & North Western Railway short Trespass “L&NWRy PERSONS TRESPASSING WILL BE PROSECUTED” in restored condition with a clear post mark to the rear A Scarce Sign!

250

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250A A pair of London & North Western Railway Binoculars in their original leather Case, clearly block lettered “L&NWR”. The Binoculars are also marked “L&NWR” twice on the adjustable lenses. A Very Rare Item!

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An enamel Advertising sign “PLAYERS EMPIRE NAVY CUT CIGARETTES”. A double sided, hanging sign in red on white, a chip to one side otherwise in very good condition with good deep colour & shine. Size 24” x 18”.

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A cast iron Shedplate 81D Reading 1950 to January 1965. The plate is in face restored only condition.

253

A brass and steel Key Token deeply engraved “MALDON E. WITHAM” with hinged holder for three steel Key Tokens. A Rare Piece Of Single Line Equipment! See Next Lot!

254

A pair of Key Tokens with engraved brass plates “MALDON EAST – WITHAM” “No. 1 & 2”, used in conjunction with the above lot. Both in good ex service condition.

255

A cast iron Locomotive Worksplate “BUILT 1959 DONCASTER” from a BR Class 08 Locomotive. In unrestored Rail Blue condition.

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The Following Lots 256 to 272 are being sold on behalf of D.B.Schenker and are all supplied with their appropriate Certificates.

256

An alloy Nameplate “AXIAL” and badge as carried by 47228. Named in September 1995 to mark the twinning with a major car transportation customer, removed in September 1998, 47228 was built as D1904 by Brush Traction as Lot No. 666 in September 1965 an allocated to Cardiff Canton. Withdrawn in February 1999 from Bescot and cut up by European Metal Processing, Kingsbury in July 2007.

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An alloy Nameplate “CARDIFF CANTON” complete with small Depot Plaque as carried by 37422. Named in January 2003, removed in March 2011 37422, was built as D6966 EE Vulcan Foundry as works No. 3526/D955 in February 1965 and initially allocated to Sheffield Darnall, withdrawn in December 2010. Now operated by DRS.

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An alloy Nameplate “ABERDDAWAN ABERTHAW” as carried by 60037. Named in May 1997 to mark the twinning of EWS with Aberthaw. Removed in May 2010. 60037 was built by Brush as Works No. 939 in Jan 1991 and allocated to Thornaby. Withdrawn from Immingham in January 2006 and stored at Toton.

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An alloy Nameplate “CLYDEBRIDGE” as carried by 37099. Named in July 1986 as one of the Motherwell allocated class 37 dedicated to the steel sector, removed in September 1996. 37099, was built by EE Vulcan Foundry, as D6799 Lot No. 3228/D753 in December 1962. Initially allocated to Sheffield Darnall and withdrawn in June 1997. Currently owned by the Growler Group at the Gloucester-Warwickshire Railway.

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An alloy Nameplate “REDHILL 1844-1944” as carried by 73107. Named in April 1994 to mark 150 years of railways running to Redhill, removed in August 2004, 73107 was built as E6013 by EE Vulcan Foundry Lot No. 3575/E345 in November 1965. Initially allocated to Horsham it was withdrawn from in December 2006. Stored and then sold it is now with RT Rail as a hire vehicle reliveried and renamed.

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An alloy Nameplate “THE INSTITUTE OF LOGISTICS AND TRANSPORT” as carried by 92031. Named in June 2001 removed when re-liveried, 92031, was built by Brush Loughborough in April 1995 as works No. 1090 initially allocated to Crewe Electric. Still in Service.

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An alloy Worksplate “BRUSH TRACTION Locomotive No. 1090 1995” as carried by 92031. Details in previous LOT. (A rare chance to acquire one of these Worksplates with full paperwork).

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An alloy Nameplate “FINA ENERGY” and Badge as carried by 31201. The name was originally carried by 56132 transferred to 31201 in March 1989, removed in September 1991. 31201 was built by Brush in June 1960 as works No. 225 originally numbered D5625 and allocated to Ipswich. Withdrawn in February 1999 from Bescot and cut up in March 2004 by C F Booth Rotherham.

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(The next two lots offer the opportunity to buy a nameplate of the two Class 37/4 which operated on the Arriva Trains Cardiff Valley Services. These are the English Versions.)

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A brass Nameplate “CAERPHILLY CASTLE” as carried by 37411. Named in May 2005 to mark the final two weeks of Class 37 operation on Arriva Trains Cardiff Valley Services. Cast in GWR style the plate was removed in November 2010, 37411, was built by EE Vulcan Foundry, as D6990 Lot No. 3550/D979 in June 1965. Initially allocated to Cardiff Canton withdrawn from Toton in October 2010 and is now owned by DRS.

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An alloy Nameplate “PRIDE OF THE VALLEYS” as carried by 37425. Named in May 2005 to mark the final two weeks of Class 37 operation on Arriva Trains Cardiff Valley Services. The plate was removed in November 2010, 37425 was built by EE Vulcan Foundry, as D6992 Lot No 3552/D981 in June 1965. Initially allocated to Cardiff Canton withdrawn from Toton in October 2010 and is now owned by DRS.

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An alloy Nameplate “SEVERN” as carried by 47513. Named in March 1979 removed in August 1998, 47513, was built by Brush Traction as D1959 Works No. 621 in February 1967. Initially allocated to London Midlands Western lines it was withdrawn in March 1997 from Crewe Diesel Depot and cut up by C F Booth Rotherham in April 2004.

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An alloy Nameplate “XANCIDAE” as carried by 47054. Named in June 1991 as one of Fleet dedicated to Shell, previously carried by 47010, removed in July 1992. Unique as only plate to begin with letter “X”, 47054 was built by BR Crewe in December 1964. Initially allocated to Cardiff Canton it was withdrawn in July 1992 from Immingham and cut up by Booth-Roe Metals Rotherham in November 1993.

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An alloy Nameplate “JOHN LOGIE BAIRD” as carried by 60066’ Named in June 1991. Named after the Television Pioneer the plate was removed when the 60066 was stored at Toton in January 2009. Built by Brush Loughborough as works No. 968 in July 1991. Stored at Toton in June 2009.

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(The next three lots are damaged plates and need careful inspection. Each can be repaired and we can provide contact details of Companies that can do this work.)

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An alloy Nameplate “HITHER GREEN DEPOT” as carried by 58021. Named in October 1995 twinning with Diesel depot, the plate is painted and not polished, removed in November 2006. 58021, was built by BREL Doncaster initially allocated to Toton it was withdrawn in November 2006. Currently allocated to DBS France.

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An alloy Nameplate “THE SAPPER” and its badge as carried by 47306. Named in April 1994 to commemorate the 35th anniversary of the Royal Engineers being given the Freedom of entry into Stratford on Avon. 47306 was built as D1787 by Brush Traction as works No 549 in November 1964 and initially allocated to London Midland – Nottingham Division. Withdrawn from Crewe Diesel in March 2000 and now preserved by the Bodmin & Wenford Diesel Group at Bodmin.

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An alloy Nameplate “MARCHWOOD MILITARY PORT” as carried by 47213. Named in June 1993 to mark the 50th anniversary of operating the Port Railway, removed in March 1999. 47213 was built by Brush Traction as works No. 625 in May 1965 and initially allocated to Sheffield Darnall. Withdrawn in February 1999 from Bescot and cut up by HNRC at Crewe Diesel Depot in May 2005.

272

An EWS metal sign “OLD OAK COMMON CORONATION SIDINGS” with some minor chipping & fading otherwise very good. White on maroon, size 71” x 12”.

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An alloy Nameplate Badge “GRAIN FLOW” ex Class 37 Locomotive 37 068 new as D676 8th November 1962, renumbered 37 068 in January 1974 (then 37 356 January 1988 to June 1989) and back to 37 068. Named GRAIN FLOW at Ely Station 23rd August 1987. The badge is in very good ex loco condition.

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A London & North Eastern Railway pattern Distant Ground Signal in good working order and ready for the Garden!

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A BR (W) Totem “PAIGNTON” f/f/. One small repaired chip in the top panel and the colour is a little flat, otherwise in ex Station condition.

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275A A London & North Western & Midland Railway brass cart Saddle Badge marked “L&NW& MID. RYS”. In very good condition.

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An alloy Diesel Worksplate “BEYER PEACOCK (HYMEK LTD) SERIAL No.7979 MANCHESTER 1963” ex Hymek D7075 new March 1963 to Newton Abbot, other allocations include Canton and Bristol Bath Road. It was withdrawn in May 1973 and cut up at Birds, Long Marston in January 1974. In unrestored condition. NOTE: we sold the other side in our October Auction in 2013.

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A London & North Western Railway Fletchers Block Instrument with L&Y pattern brass location plate “LUDDENDFOOT WEST”. In good ex box condition.

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A BR (W) original wooden pattern for the Locomotive Headboard “CATHEDRALS EXPRESS”. The board has been restored in the colours it originally carried when the train ran between Paddington,Worcester/Hereford from September 1957 until June 1965.

279

A cast iron sign “GW&GC JOINT COMMITTEE BEWARE OF THE TRAINS” (GCR pattern). In unrestored ex lineside condition.

280

A Great Western Railway brass Locomotive Cabside “4933” ex Collett 49XX Hall Class 4-6-0 “Himley Hall” new Swindon Works June 1929 and allocated to Bath Road, Bristol, other sheds include Oxford, Didcot, Westbury, Pontypool, Worcester & Tyseley. It was withdrawn at Shrewsbury in August 1964 and cut up at Cashmores, Great Bridge in October 1964. The plate is in face restored only condition.

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An enamel sign “METROPOLITAN Gas Co. Notice Betting Or Gambling In Any For Is strictly Prohibited Upon The Company’s Premises Any Employee Infringing This Rule Will Be Liable To Summary Dismissal By Order”. White on blue with minor edge and face chipping, otherwise in very good condition with good deep colour & shine. Size 24” x 13 ¾”.

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A BR (M) Loco Head Lamp in excellent condition, complete with reservoir and polished copper bezel.

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

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A BR (M) Double Royal Poster “FLEETWOOD LANCASHIRES FAMILY RESORT SHES HAVING A WHALE OF A TIME” shows girl riding on a Whale. In very good rolled condition.

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A 3 ½ Inch Gauge Live Steam Model of a Great Western Railway County Class 4-6-0 “COUNTY OF CORNWALL”. This part built locomotive has been built to a high standard and juts needs finishing to make a fine Locomotive!

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285A An enamel Advertising sign “COLMAN’S D.S.F. MUSTARD”, blue on yellow with some slight face scratches & screw hole chips otherwise good colour & shine, dated 5/23. Size 18” x 12”.

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A brass Locomotive Worksplate “London & North Eastern Railway 8707 Darlington Works 1914” ex NER Worsdell Class J72 0-6-0 Tank Loco new Darlington 1914 as NER 2190, renumbered to 8707 during 1946 and to 68707 May 1951. a Darlington & West Hartlepool engine it was withdrawn in April 1962 and was cut up in July 1962. The plate is in face restored only condition.

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A Great Western Railway steel Key Token with engraved brass plate “”LLANBRYNMAIR – CEMMES ROAD” a Cambrian line location. The Key is in good ex service condition.

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A Midland Railway brass Locomotive Whistle with acorn finial to top. In good lightly polished condition.

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A Mid Wales Railway stone Boundry Post clearly engraved “MWR” and in good condition. A Rare Boundry Post Indeed!

290

A Locomotive Smokebox Plate “90602” ex W.D. Austerity 2-8-0 new Vulcan Foundry December 1943 as W.D. 77458, allocated to March Depot, it also went to Mexborough, Worcester, Doncaster & Frodingham. It was renumbered to 90602 in April 1949 and was withdrawn in January 1965 and cut up at Drapers, Hull in March 1965. In Superb ex loco condition.

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An early enamel Trespass sign “Rother Valley Railway Trespassers Will Be Prosecuted By Order” signed ‘H.F. Stephens General Manager’. Red on white with several face chips & edge rusting but a very Rare sign! Size 24” x 12”.

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A Class 08 small alloy Double Arrow logo as fitted to Battery Box Covers. In good condition.

293

A cast iron Shedplate 5F Uttoxeter, 1948 to December 1964. An LMS style plate, the front is in lightly cleaned ex loco condition, the back has been restored.

294

A cast iron Wagonplate “DERBYSHIRE CARR & WAGON Co. LD BUILDERS NEW WHITTINGTON”. In very good face restored condition.

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A BR(S) Totem “WIMPLE” f/f. There is a chip to the top panel above the ‘PL’ otherwise some minor edge rusting etc. In ex Station condition and would benefit from a good clean.

295A A cast iron sign (Great Eastern Railway) “TRESSPASSING IS FORBIDDEN”. In restored condition.

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A brass Locomotive Worksplate “Hudswell Clarke & Co. Ltd Railway Foundry D.M. 1304 1963 Leeds England” ex 2’-6” Gauge 0-6-0 DM Flame Proof Mines Loco. It worked at NCB Cotgrave Colliery, Notts. In ex loco condition.

297

An alloy Key Token “BALA JUNC – LLANDDERFEL” in unrestored ex box condition and still retaining its collectors corner price label from when these were sold off by them.

298

A BR Electric Signalbox Diagram “MOULDSWORTH” shows lines to Greenbank & Mickle Trafford. In good ex box condition with wiring. Size 87 ½” x 26”.

299

A cast iron sign “LNER Notice No Heavy Motor Lorry Or Traction Engine Of A Greater Weight Than 5 Tons Must Be Allowed Near The edge of Any Dock Or Platform Than 4 Feet”. An 08 casting in face restored only condition.

300

A London & North Eastern Railway brass locomotive Nameplate “KING’S COURIER” ex 60144 LNER/BR Peppercorn A1 4-6-2 Pacific, new Darlington March 1949, depots include Ardsley, Grantham & Doncaster. It was withdrawn in April 1963 and cut up in June 1963. The plate is in face restored only, condition, and the back of the plate has the names of other members of the class stamped in. A Superb Plate!

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301

A Pictorial enamel Advertising sign “NECTAR TEA” in Cup & Saucer shape, green on white with some minor edge and face chipping otherwise in good condition.

302

A London Brighton & South Coast Railway Hand Lamp clearly stamped “LB&SCR Horsham” and brass plated on the collar “SR934” with “SRB” reservoir. In very good restored condition.

303

A cast iron Shedplate 84D Leamington Spa 1950 to September 1963. The plate is in restored condition.

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A pair of (Midland Railway) brass engraved Signalbox shelf Plates “UP LINE – MASBORO SOUTH JUNCTION SLOW LINES” & “UP LINE – MASBORO SOUTH JUNCTION FAST LINES – DOWN LINE”. Some slight wear otherwise both are in good unpolished, ex box condition. Size 33” x 1 ¼”. See also Lots: 204 & 404.

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A BR (NE) Totem “BERWICK UPON TWEED”f/f, tangerine and white with black edged lettering, this still retains its rear mounting bracket and is in superb condition. One of the best North Eastern region Totems ever to come on the market!

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An engraved brass Locomotive Worksplate “North Eastern Region No.2029 Darlington 1948” ex BR Built L1 2-6-4- Tank new March 1948 a Stratford Loco for most of its life. It was withdrawn in December 1960 and cut up at Darlington Works in April 1961. The plate is polished on the face, the back is in ex loco condition.

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A Great Western Railway brass Signalbox Shelf Plate “NELSON & LLANCAIRCH STATION” in good ex box condition.

308

A wooden Carriage Board “BRIGHTON BELLE” cream on brown with some paint chipping/ scratching otherwise in good ex service condition. Size 11ft long. Surely One Of The Most Famous Pullman Trains!

309

A cast iron Signal Gantry Plate “Stevens & sons patent London Glasgow & Dublin” WITH Royal Coat of Arms to the top. In face restored condition.

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A London & North Western Railway 1915 Ground Signal with Miniature Distant arm. These were introduced to replace the rotating ground signals, this example is complete and in working order.

311

A BR (NE) enamel Station Direction sign “BRITISH RAILWAYS (in Totem) SEABURN STATION” f/f with left facing Arrow with some minor face & edge ships. Otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 28” x 13”.

312

A brass Locomotive Worksplate “NORTH BRITISH LOCOMOTIVE COMPANY LTD GLASGOW No.27087 1951” ex East African Railways Class 29 2-8-2 No.2927. The plate is in ex loco condition. A photograph of the loco accompanies this plate.

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A cast iron Shedplate 31B ‘March’. 1950 to December 1963. The plate is in totally ex loco condition.

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A Great Central Railway china Dinner Plate with full title around Coat of Arms and “GRIMSBY” in scroll. This is from one of the Company’s Steam ships. In very good condition.

315

A cast iron Mile Post “1/4” (Great Northern & London & North Western Railway Joint). An Attractive Mile Post in restored condition.

315A A collection of Nine, brass Pay Checks including “MS&L LOCO DEP GRIMSBY”, “LNER IM C&WD”, “GCR LOCO DEP” “GCR GRIMSBY” etc. All are in good ex service condition.

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A brass locomotive Worksplate “LMS BUILT 1925 DERBY”. The plate is in good ex loco condition.

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A London & North Western Railway ornate Champagne Glass with etched Britania. In very good condition. Note this was one of a pair, we sold the other in our October 2013 Auction.

318

A Tyers No.6 Single Line Tablet “CASTLETON – GLAISDALE” brass/steel. A section on the Middlesborough to Whitby line.

319

A Midland Railway pattern cast iron Signal Finial, this is the rarer 22” high version as fitted to small Calling-On Signals. In good restored condition.

320

A Locomotive Smokebox plate “60150” ex (LNER) design BR A1 Pacific 4-6-2 new Darlington June 1949 named ‘Willbrook’, allocated from new to Gateshead and finally York. It was withdrawn in October 1964 and cut up by December 1964. The plate is in restored condition.

320A A cast iron Shedplate 64B Haymarket 1950 to September 1963. The plate is in face restored only condition.

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An enamel Station sign “TICKETS OVER THE LNWR & ITS CONNECTIONS” brown on cream with some edge rusting and wastage to bottom edge but otherwise a Very Rare Sign! Size 25” x 15 ½”.

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An LMS pattern, Locomotive Head Lamp complete and in restored condition.

323

A cast iron Shedplate 40B Immingham 1950 to February 1966. The plate is ex LNER B1 61318 and is in totally ex loco condition. See Also Lots: 360 & 366.

324

A cast iron Boundry Post “TVR” (Taff Vale Railway) with embossed lettering to the top with short spike. In goo restored condition.

325

A BR(S) Totem “MARCHWOOD” f/f. Slight mottling and a few minor edge chips otherwise in excellent condition. A Rare Totem, First Time In Auction!

325A A Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway brass Cap Badge “LYR STATION MASTER” in very good condition.

326

A brass Locomotive Worksplate “GREAT CENTRAL RLY GORTON WORKS 1912” together with its cast iron 9” x 5” Worksplate “63634 1948” ex GCR/LNER Class 04 2-8-0 Locomotive built Gorton July 1912 as order number 404, initially numbered 350 it subsequently became LNER 5350 then LNER 3516, then LNER 3634 and finally BR 63634. Sheds include Tuxford, Langwith Junction and finally Immingham being withdrawn in September 1962 and cut up. Both are in totally ex loco condition.

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A Great Central railway Tapper Block Bell in very good ex box condition.

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A framed & glazed Carriage Print “LONDON, MARBLE ARCH” from a Water colour by A.J.Wilson. In original frame.

329

A cast iron sign “LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY THE COMPANIES ROAD NOT PUBLIC” (LYR pattern. In restored condition.

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A framed & glazed Signalbox Diagram “M&GN LENWADE” on the line between Whitwell & Drayton, it is dated ‘ENGINEERS DET M&GN RYS MELTON CONSTABLE DATE 16/12/1913. In original frame and in very good ex box condition. Size 42” x 16”. A Rare Survivor!

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A Pictorial enamel Advertising sign “MILKMAID BRAND MILK LARGEST SALE IN THE WORLD” shows Milkmaid with Trade Mark underneath. Some face chipping otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size approx 97” x 44”.

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A Lynn & Bourne Railway Waiting Room Chair, the underside clearly branded “L&B JOINT”. In unrestored condition. A Very rare Chair!

333

A cast iron Shedplate 82F Weymouth 1950 to February 1958. The plate is fully restored and the back is marked ‘Ex 53801’.

334

A cast iron Wagonplate “NBRY Co.COWLAIRS 1915 TO CARRY 10 TONS”. In good unrestored condition.

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A BR(M) Totem “NEWCASTLE” f/f. Some minor face scratching & edge rusting otherwise in very good condition with good deep colour & shine. The Station closed in 1964.

336

A brass Diesel Locomotive Worksplate “THE HUNSLET ENGINE Co. LTD LEEDS 204 HP No. 4987 1956” EX 0-6-0 Diesel Locomotive new to Consett iron Company, County Durham in August 1956. In face restored condition only. Size 11 ½” x 8”.

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An alloy Key Token “ST. BLAZEY BRIDGE CROSSING – LUXULYAN”. The Key is in good ex box condition.

338

A South Eastern & Chatham Railway Pocket Watch, the back clearly engraved “S.E&C.R No.971”. In very good working order.

339

An aluminium Bridge Restriction Notice “DERWENT VALLEY LIGHT RAILWAY” a notice with 19 lines of text and signed ‘W.H. SIMPSON, SECRETARY’. In unrestored condition.

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340

A Locomotive Smokebox Plate “44505” ex LMS Fowler 0-6-0 Class 4F built NB locomotive Co. works No.23479 in January 1927 as 4405. Allocations include Lancaster Green Ayre, Stoke and Alsager and Crewe South, then became Crewe Works shunter. It was withdrawn in June 1966 and cut up in October 1966. The plate is in face restored only condition.

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An early enamel Advertising sign “Metropolitan Railway Private Omnibuses For Family Parties Are Supplied To Or From Baker Street Station Charges Single Horse One Shilling Per Mile Minimum Charge Four Shilling, Pair Horse per Mile Minimum Six Shilling For Distances Beyond Six Miles Single Horse Buses Are Charged At One Shilling And Six Pence Per Mile, Telegrams “Horse Knop” London, Telephone 102 Paddington, Charles Rickards 10 Spring Street Paddington, Broughams For Theatre And Back Seven Shillings And Six Pence”. Black on white enamel with chipping to top and bottom screw holes, otherwise in very good condition. A Very Rare Survivor Indeed!

342

An alloy Intercity Left facing Swallow as fitted to HST Power Cars. In good ex loco condition.

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A cast iron Shedplate 1C Watford 1948 to March 1965. The plate is in face restored only condition.

344

A cast iron Wagonplate “CAMMELL LAIRD & CO. LTD BUILDERS 1927 NOTTINGHAM ENGLAND”. In totally unrestored, ex Wagon condition.

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A BR (M) Totem “STONE” f/f. A couple of repaired face chips and some scratching & edge rusting, otherwise in good condition.

346

A chromed brass Diesel Worksplate ex Class 40 “ENGLISH ELECTRIC VULCAN FOUNDRY No.3122/D672 1961” D376 later 40 176 new Camden in February 1962, withdrawn in May 1981 from Healey Mills and cut up at Swindon Works in December 1985. In lightly cleaned condition. Size 10 ¼” x 4 ½”.

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A cast iron London & North Western Railway set of Parcel Weighing Scales with brass face marked “0 – 100 TO WEIGH 112LB” also embossed “ H.POOLEY & SON LIVERPOOL & LONDON”. The back is brass plated “H POOLEY & SON LTD CONTRACTORS LNER No.6518”. In Lovely restored condition.

348

A London & North Western Railway brass Locomotive Whistle from a Claughton Class Locomotive, in good lightly polished condition.

349

A cast iron sign “SHEFFIELD & MIDLAND RAILWAY NOTICE TRESPASSERS WILL BE PROSECUTED AS THE LAW DIRECTS BY ORDER”. In face restored only condition,

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A London Midland & Scottish Railway brass Locomotice Nameplate “SANDWICH” ex LMS Stanier Jubilee Class Locomotive new Crewe Works December 1934 as 5641, renumbered 45641 in September 1948. Allocations include Kentish Town, Nottingham & Burton. It was withdrawn in September 1964 and cut up in January 1965 at Cashmores, Great Barr. The plate is in very good face restored only condition.

350A A London Brighton & South Coast Railway Guards Three Piece Bandoiler, in very good condition. A Scarce Survivor!

351

A Pictorial enamel Advertising sign “MEDIUM RICHMOND GEM CIGARETTES ALLEN & GINTER NONE GENUINE WITHOUT SIGNATURE”. Some minor face & screw hole chipping otherwise in good condition. Size 36” x 24”.

352

A Great Western Railway cast iron Locomotive Cabside “2889” ex Churchward 2-8-0 built Swindon in March 1938. Sheds include Cardiff Canton & Reading from where it was withdrawn in April 1963 and cut up at Swindon in June 1963. The plate is in restored condition.

353

A cast iron Shedplate 75A Brighton 1950 to June 1964 with a clear BR (S) triangle to the rear. In ex loco condition.

354

A brass Ships Worksplate “JAMES BENNIE & SONS LTD CLYDE ENGINE WORKS GLASGOW”. The front has been cleaned the back is in original condition.

355

A BR (NE) enamel Doorplate “LADIES WAITING ROOM” f/f. In excellent condition. Size 18” x 6”.

356

A brass locomotive Worksplate “HUDSWELL CLARKE & Co. LTD No.D620 RAILWAY FOUNDRY 1942 LEEDS ENGLAND” ex 0-6-0 DM Powered By A Mclaren Benz 150 HP engine. The Locomotive worked in Leeds, West Yorkshire. The plate is in good ex loco condition.

357

An alloy Key Token “FROME NORTH – MELLS ROAD” a section on the GWR line between Frome and Radstock. The Key is in ex service condition.

358

A Great Western Railway pattern alloy Tablet Holder & Hoop in good ex box condition and clearly embossed “GWR”. Scarce!

359

A Wigan Junction Railway cast iron Boundry Post, the side embossed “W J Ry” and “BOUNDRY” on the other side. In good restored condition.

360

A Locomotive Smokebox Plate “61318” ex (LNER) design B.R. Thompson B1 Class 4-6-0 new NB Locomotive Company May 1948 it spent most of its life working off Immingham shed and was withdrawn in September 1963 and cut up in March 1964. The plate is in Superb ex loco condition.

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361

A BR (M) double sided enamel Station sign “TRAINS TO BLACKBURN” with left facing Arrow and “WAY OUT PLEASE SHOW TICKETS” on the other side. Some face chipping otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 30” x 18”.

362

An early copper Fire Engine Lamp with brass fitting, in superb polished condition. Believed to have been made by Merryweathers Ltd.

363

A pair of Midland Railway cast iron, rustic pattern Seat Ends from Morecambe Promenade Station. These have been restored and just need the wooden seat slats to make a fine Garden Seat!

364

A pair of LMS Stanier Black 5 brass gauge Glass Protectors. Both in good ex loco condition.

365

A BR (S) Totem “WANDSWORTH TOWN” f/f. A couple of minor face blemishes and minor edge chipping, otherwise in very good condition with good deep colour & shine.

365A A London & North Western Railway small, ornate Silver plated Cream Jug, the front is clearly marked with Britania and “L&NWR Co.” in scroll lettering below. In very good used condition.

366

A brass locomotive Worksplate “NORTH BRITISH LOCOMOTIVE COMPANY LTD GLASGOW No.26219 1948” ex LNER B1 Class 4-6-0 61318. The plate is in ex loco condition. See Lot 360 For Shed Details!

367

A BR (M) wooden Station Finger Board lettered “SAWLEY JCT, DERBY, HOPE, EDALE” with Feathered Arrow. In maroon & straw, double sided in good ex Station condition.

368

A Great Western Railway Two Lever occupation release Instrument. In complete ex box condition.

369

A cast iron sign “LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY MECHANICALLY DRIVEN JIGGERS AND FRICTION CRANES” as found in goods warehouses. In unrestored condition.

370

A cast iron wall mounted Post Box. This superb Post Box has “GR” with Crown on the front. In good unrestored condition.

370A A British Railways, Southern railway Pattern Trespass Notice “BRITISH RAILWAYS WARNING IS HEREBY GIVEN TO PERSONS NOT TO TRESPASS UPON THE RAILWAY PENALTY NOT EXCEEDING 40s/

371

A BR (E) Station frontage Board “BRITISH RAILWAYS SKEGNESS STATION” this has been mounted in a wooden frame. There is some minor chipping, fading etc but good deep colour & shine. Size 90” x 36 ½”.

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372

An LNER (Graet Eastern Railway pattern) sliding knob Hand Lamp with brass location plate “St. OLAVES”. In good restored condition.

373

A cast iron Shedplate 1A Willesden 1948 to September 1965. The plate is in face restored only condition.

374

A pair of unused tinplate enamel Wagonplates “EMPTY TO GLASS HOUGHTON COLLIERY PER GREAT NORTHERN ROUTE” and “EMPTY TO MANVERS MAIN COLLIERY PER GN & GC RAILWAYS”. Both are in very good condition.

375

A London & North Western Railway brass Bedstead from one of the Company’s Family Saloons. A photograph accompanies one of these beds in service. A Rare survivor Indeed!

375A A London & North Eastern Railway silver plated Match Box Holder/Ashtray with “LNER” in script lettering. In very good condition.

376

A Southern Railway Block Instrument in very good ex box condition.

377

An alloy Key Token “WELLINGTON No.2 – DONNINGTON”. The Key is in good ex service condition.

378

A cast iron Signal Gantry plate “MCKENZIE & HOLLAND LIMITED ENGINEERS WORCESTER”. In good unrestored condition.

379

A cast iron sign (Colne Valley & Halstead Railway Untitled) “CAUTION BEWARE OF THE TRAINS”. In restored condition. A Rare Sign, This Being The Only known Example!

380

A Great Western Railway cast iron Cabside “4113” ex Collett 2-6-2 Tank new Swindon Works October 1936 to Taunton, other allocations include Worcester & Kidderminster. It was withdrawn in November 1965 and cut up at Cashmore’s, Newport in July 1966. The plate is in totally ex loco condition.

381

A BR (M) enamel Station sign “OVER THE BRIDGE FOR TRAINS TO NUNEATON RUGBY AND LONDON” f/f. A couple of small face chips repaired otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 36” x 18”.

382

A wooden Carriage Board “CROMER – NOTTINGHAM” black on white. In very good ex service condition.

383

A cast iron Viaduct plate “WR&GR No.2” West Riding & Grimsby Railway. In face restored only condition.

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384

A North Eastern Railway Stone Boundry Post clearly engraved “NER”. In very good condition.

385

A Railway Signal Company painted wooden Lever Backboard, lists Up & Down Signals, Gates, Siding and King Lever. This came from Highfield Signalbox on the Selby to Market Weighton Line. In ex box condition.

385A A cast iron London & North Western Railway Fire Hydrant sign “500 2 F H 66FT”. In very good restored condition.

386

A brass Locomotive Worksplate “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY 8152 1930” ex LNER Y1 Class Sentinel 0-4-0 new Sentinel Works, Shrewsbury September No.8152 it was renumbered to 68152 to York Engineers Departmental No.53 in April 1954. It was withdrawn & cut up in March 1959. The plate is in face restored only condition.

387

A Station or Travel Agents wooden Display Model of the APT Advanced Passenger Train in excellent unboxed condition. Just Like The Real One Outside!

388

An early Railway Signalling Company Fogging Machine, complete except for the Chain Pulley, otherwise in good working order. A Rare Piece Of Signalling Equipment!

389

A cast iron sign “MS&LRY 4 IN SV 12FT” (Sluice Valve). In restored some time ago condition

390

A Locomotive Smokebox Plate “92202” ex BR Standard Class 9F 2-10-0 new Swindon Works December 1958. It was allocated to Doncaster & Immingham and was withdrawn in December 1965 & cut up at Wards of Sheffield in March 1966 (Only Seven Years in Traffic). The plate is in superb ex loco condition.

391

A Pictorial enamel Advertising sign “MELOX DOG FOODS THE FOODS THAT NOURISH” with dog on a Ball in red, white & blue. A repair chip to the top right hand corner & some screw chip repairs otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 18” x 26”. An Attractive sign!

392

A BR Flame Cut Panel “40 070” ex BR Class 40 Locomotive new as D270 from Vulcan Foundry Works No.2792/D507 April 1960 to Gateshead, it was renumbered 40 070 in February 1974. Other allocations include Healey Mills, York & Leeds. It was always a North east Loco and was cut up at Doncaster in March 1982. There is some paint lifting, otherwise in good ex loco condition. Size 43” x 30”.

393

A cast iron Shedplate 86E Severn Tunnel Junction 1950 to November 1965. The plate is in face restored condition and the back is in primer.

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394

A cast iron Wagonplate “METROPOLITAN CAMMELL CARRIAGE WAGON AND FINANCE Co. BIRMINGHAM BUILT AT NOTTINGHAM WORKS 1929”. In unrestored ex Wagon condition. Nottingham Plates Are Scarce!

395

A BR (M) Totem “LONG BUCKBY” f/f. Some edge chipping & touching up & slight mottling otherwise in good condition. The Station is on the Northampton loop of the W.C.M.L. located between Northampton & Rugby.

395A A Caledonian Railway cast iron Stevens pattern Signal Finial in restored condition.

396

A chromed brass Diesel Worksplate “ENGLISH ELECTRIC Co. LTD VULCAN WORKS NEWTONLE-WILLOWS ENGLAND No.3419/D877 1963” new as D6933 not to traffic until April 1964, depots include Llandore, Stafford, Toton & Crewe. Renumbered 37 233 in April 1974 then 37889 in October 1987. The loco was withdrawn in June 1999 at Brough by Harry Needle for spares then scrapped in March 2007. The plate is in ex loco condition. Note: We Sold the other side in our October 2013 Auction!

397

A BR (M) framed & glazed Double Royal Poster “MORECAMBE AND HEYSHAM” by Kenneth Steele. Size 28 ½” x 44”.

398

A BR Electric Signalbox Diagram “RUNCORN” shows lines to Ditton & Halton Junction including Runcorn Station. In good ex box condition with wiring. Size 74” x 25”.

399

A London & North Western & Great Western Joint Railway Platform Seat “ROCK FERRY” (LNWR pattern). The seat is in good restored condition and is stamped “JOINT A/C”. Size

400

A Cabside “60009” ex London & North Eastern Railway A4 Class locomotive new Doncaster June 1937 as 4488 named Union Of South Africa becoming 60009 in 1948. The Locomotive was withdrawn from service 1st June 1966 and purchased by John Cameron. This Fireman’s Side Panel was replaced during its last overhaul at Crewe. Size 83” high x 67” wide approx. This would make a superb wall feature! Please Note: this is not a Flame Cut, it’s the whole Cabside Panel. A Rare chance to own an unusual item from one this famous class of locomotives.

400A A Hull & Barnsley Railway Police Badge, the centre marked “HBR POLICE”. In very good condition. A Rare Badge!

401

A Pictorial enamel Advertising sign “NEWS OF THE WORLD” white on blue, double sided with outline of the world. Some minor edge chipping otherwise in very good condition. Size 12 ¾” x 12”.

402

A Ground Frame Nameboard “HARTSHILL SHUNTING FRAME” wood with cast iron letters in good original condition. Size 43 ½” x 12”.

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403

A cast iron Shedplate 11A Carnforth 1948 to April 1958. The plate is in ex loco condition.

404

A (Midland Railway) brass engraved Signalbox Shelf Plate “UP LINE – HOLMES JUNCTION FAST LINES – DOWN LINE”. Some slight wear otherwise in good unpolished, ex box condition. Size 33” x 1 ¼”.

405

A BR (M) enamel Doorplate “LADIES ROOM” f/f. A chip to the top left hand screw hole otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 18” x 3 ½”. Ex Nantwich Station!

405A A China Soup Plate with ornate “WR” (Wirral Railway) believed to have come from the Company’s Office in Liverpool. In good condition. Very Rare!

406

A brass Locomotive Worksplate “NORTH BRITISH LOCOMOTIVE COMPANY LTD GLASGOW 1943 No.25080” ex WD 2-8-0 90185 built August 1943 and numbered, 7725, renumbered 90185 in April 1951. Sheds include Colwick, New England & Immingham being withdrawn in March 1965 and cut up by Drapers, Hull in June 1965. In superb ex loco condition.

407

A Great Western Railway brass Signalbox Shelf Plate TO BRYNMENYN JUNCTION MAIN LINE” in good ex box condition.

408

A Manchester Sheffield & Lincolnshire Railway Waiting Room Chair, the underside clearly branded “MS&LR”. This would benefit from being recovered. A Nice Early Chair!

409

A cast iron sign “GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAYNOTICE ANY PERSON FOUND TRESPASSING ON THIS RAILWAY WILL BE PROSECUTED” signed ‘Arthur Fitch Secretary Kings Cross April 5th 1882’ with post fitting bracket to the rear. In restored some time ago condition, this example is believed to be the only known of its type. A Very Rare Sign Indeed!

410

A Locomotive Smokebox “60887” ex Gresley V2 2-6-2 new Darlington November 1939 as LNER 887, allocations include Gateshead, Heaton & York, it was withdrawn in July 1964. In restored condition.

411

An enamel Advertising sign “SPRATT’S PUTS PUSSY INTO FINE FORM! SPRATT’S CAT FOOD FOR CAT & KITTENS IT’S SOLD IN PACKETS” with date ‘SPL 343/MSl/536’. Brown on cream with Spratt’s skeleton cat shape, in Superb condition! See Also Lot 211.

412

A BR Double Arrow logo, the back marked ‘Ex 86228” in good condition.

413

A cast iron Shedplate 8A Edge Hill 1950 to November 1964. The plate is in totally ex loco condition.

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414

A Great Western Railway cast iron Station Gas Lamp Post complete with Rochester type Top. The post is approx 8ft tall and marked with ‘GWR’ and the maker’s name ‘Hardy and Padmore’. In good unrestored condition as removed from Aberdare (High Level) Station. See also Lot 214.

415

A London & North Eastern Railway cast iron Doorplate “WEIGH OFFICE” in unrestored ex Station condition.

415A A London & North Western Railway brass engraved Porters Armband “L&NWR” the back marked “No.2”. In good unpolished condition.

416

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

417

An alloy key Token “ABERCYNON – BLACK LION” from the section on the Taff Vale Line from Abercynon to Merthyr High Street. In ex box condition.

418

A pair of Midland Railway items: A Tinplate Detonator Can with large oval plate “MIDLAND RAILWAY Co.” and a small Tinplate Box from a First Aid Box neatly stamped “MR Co.”. Both in unrestored condition.

419

A cast iron Bridge Diamond sign “SHROPSHIRE UNION RAILWAYS & CANAL COY” the bottom is signed “TOWER WHARF CHESTER”. This is the small pattern Diamond and is in restored condition.

420

A Great Western Railway cast iron Cabside “9737” ex GWR 57XX 0-6-0 PT new Swindon January 1935 to Duffryn Yard where it seems to have spent its life. It was withdrawn in December 1960 and cut up at Caerphilly Works in March 1961. The plate is in face restored condition.

420A A Locomotive Firing Shovel in restored condition with new Handle.

421

A BR(E) Level Crossing enamel sign “Notice Before Opening Gates Use Telephone To Ask Signalman The Whereabouts Of Trains Always Stop Look And Listen Before Crossing To Use Telephone 1:Press Button 2:Remove Receiver 3:Wait For Signalman To Speak 4:Repalce receiver After Use” in original frame. There are a couple of face chips otherwise good deep colour & shine.

422

An Aveling & Porter Traction Engine Head Lamp (left hand side Lamp) in very good unrestored condition.

423

A cast iron Shedplate 66C Hamilton 1950 to November 1962. The plate is in unrestored ex loco condition.

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424

A (London & North Western Railway) double sided cast iron wall fixing sign “GENTLEMEN” in restored condition.

425

A BR (M) Totem “UTTOXETER” f/f. Some discolouration and fading etc and a couple of repaired face chips.

425A A Button “THE BIRKENHEAD RAILWAY COMPANY” full title around edge with Ship & Train to the centre. A Rare Button!

426

A BR(Sc) enamel Station Doorplate “TICKETS” f/f. Some restoration to the edges at both ends otherwise in good condition. Size 18” x 3 ½”.

427

An alloy Key Token “BUTTINGTON CROSSING – WESTBURY”. In unrestored ex box condition and still retaining its Collectors Corner Label from when these were sold off by them.

428

A framed & glazed Carriage Print “Abergele, Denbighshire” by Montague Birrell Black. In original frame and in very good condition.

429

A Shropshire Union Canal And Railway Co. cast iron Boundry Post, the side embossed “S.U.C.” in unrestored condition.

430

A Great Eastern Railway cast iron Rotating Ground Disc Signal Lamp Case, complete with all glasses and clearly embossed “GER”, ex Bartlow Junction. In very good unrestored condition.

431

A BR (M) wooden Carriage Board “LONDON – HOLYHEAD” in maroon & straw and in very good ex service condition. This is 11Ft long.

432

A Chester & Holyhead Railway, steel Track Gauge ex Bangor. In good ex service condition and stamped “C&HR. 3/775”.

433

A Southern Railway enamel Station sign “DOWN TRAINS” with right facing Arrow & in original wooden frame. In very good condition. Size 51 ½” X 15”.

434

A BR Flame Cut Nameplate Panel “LYTHAM ST. ANNES” with “TINSLEY SNAIL”. Ex BR Class 45 Peak new as D60 then 45022 built Crewe 1962, first allocation Derby other Depots were Toton, Holbeck & Tinsley. The Loco was withdrawn in July 1987 then transferred to Departmental Stock at Tinsley as number 97409. It was scrapped at M.C. Metals, Glasgow in October 1991. In ex loco condition.

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435

A BR (E) enamel Doorplate “LADIES WAITING ROOM” unflanged. Some minor scratching otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 18” x 6”.

436

A brass Locomotive Worksplate “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY 4736 DARLINGTON WORKS 1927” renumbered by BR 64736, allocations include Lincoln & Sheffield, Darnall. Withdrawn and cut up July 1961. The plate is in basically ex loco condition.

437

An alloy Key Token “GOODRINGTON – CHURSTON” a section on the Paignton to Kingswear line. The Key is in good ex service condition.

438

A Southern Railway Guards Pocket Watch by Waltham, the back is clearly engraved “S.R. 1159”. In very good working order.

439

A North British Railway pattern large Stevens Cruciform Signal Finial in very good unrestored condition.

440

A Locomotive Smokebox Plate “48149” ex LMS Stanier 8F 2-8-0 built at Crewe August 1942 as 8149 and renumbered 48149 in June 1949. Allocations include Wellingborough, Leicester Midland, Toton & Westhouses, it was withdrawn in January 1967 and cut up in January 1968. The plate is in face restored only condition See Lot 40.

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The Following Lots 441 to 455 are being sold on behalf of D.B.Schenker and are all supplied with their appropriate Certificates.

441

An alloy Badge “BASSETLAW DISTRICT COUNCIL” as carried by 58034.

442

An alloy Nameplate “PORT OF LIVERPOOL” and its badge as carried by 47286. Named in December 1993 and removed in august 2000. 47286 was built as D1988 by BR Crewe in February 1966 and initially allocated to Gateshead. Withdrawn in June 1999 from Bescot and cut up at EWS – Wigan CRDC in September 2000.

443

An alloy Nameplate “MARKHAM COLLIERY” as carried by 58003. Named in November 1988 and removed in November 2008. 58003 was built by BREL Doncaster in July 1983 and initially allocated to Toton. Withdrawn in November 1999 from Toton and cut up by European Metal Processing Kingsbury in August 2010. Small piece broken from bottom left hand corner, piece with the plate.

444

An alloy Nameplate “SCHIEHALLION” as carried by 60086. Named in November 1991 after a mountain in the Grampian Region near Loch Rannoch, removed in May 2010. 60086 was built by Brush Loughborough as Works No. 988 in December 1991 and allocated to Stewarts Lane. Withdrawn from Immingham in October 2005 and stored at Toton.

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445

An alloy Nameplate “RAPID” as carried by 67018. Named in January 2002 and removed in December 2009, 67018, was built by GM-EMD/Alstom Spain as Works No. 968742-18 in March 2000. Still in Service.

446

An alloy Nameplate “PENNY BLACK” as carried by 90019. Named in May 1990 to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the postage stamp, removed in February 1997. (Note this was the first class 90 to have cast plates removed in error in January 1996 and new plates fitted in March 1996), 90019, was built by BREL CREWE in January 1989 still in service.

447

An alloy Nameplate “THREE BRIDGES C.E.D” as carried by 09009. Named in August 1990 twinning the Loco with the Civil Engineers Department, removed in May 2010. 09009 was built by BR Darlington in October 1959 as D3720 and allocated to Hither Green. Withdrawn by EWS in May 2004 and currently owned by GBrf. This comes with its matching 73C alloy Shedplate.

448

An alloy Nameplate “SAINT BLAISE CHURCH 1445 – 1995” as carried by 37674. Named in December 1995 to mark the 550th anniversary of the church, which is near St Blazeley, removed in January 2005. 37674, was built as D6869 by EE Vulcan Foundry as Works No. 3347/D833 in August 1963 and initially allocated to Landore. Withdrawn in January 2005 the locomotive is preserved by the Stainmore Railway at Kirkby Stephen East.

449

An alloy Nameplate “AN TEALLACH” as carried by 60091. Named in November 1991 after the mountain in the Highland Region near Ullapool, removed on Storage at Toton in December 2010. 60091, was built by Brush Loughborough as works No 993 in January 1992. Now re-instated and operational.

450

An alloy Nameplate “THE ENTERPRISING SCOT” as carried by 47742. Named in July 1995 to recognize Bill Cockburn the Chief Executive of Royal Mail, removed in November 2001. 47742 was built as D1777 by Brush Traction as Works No. 539 in November 1964 and allocated to Sheffield Darnall, withdrawn in November 2001 from Toton. Cut up by European Metal Processing Kingsbury in May 2007.

450A An alloy Nameplate “WILLESDEN YARD” as carried by 47317. Named in April 1988 removed in July 1995. 47317, was built by Brush Traction as D1798 Works No 560 in January 1965. Initially allocated to Tinsley it was withdrawn in July 1998 from Crewe Diesel. It has been rebuilt as Class 57/0 – 57003.

451

An alloy Nameplate “COUNTY OF POWYS SIR POWYS” as carried by 37431. Named in June 1987 to mark Council’s support for Local Railways, removed in April 1991. 37431, was built as D6972 by EE Vulcan Foundry as Works No. 3532/D961 initially allocated to Cardiff Canton. Withdrawn in December 1999 and cut up by EWS Wigan in August 2000.

452

An alloy Nameplate “SCUNTHORPE IRONMASTER” as carried by 60006. Named in July 1997 and removed on storage in November 2004. 6006 was built by Brush Loughborough as Works No. 908 in December 1989 and allocated to Toton. Stored at Toton.

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453

An alloy Nameplate “BRITISH STEEL EBBW VALE” in ex loco condition.

453A An Alloy Badge for British Steel with logo.

454

An alloy ‘Crowsfoot’ logo as carried by 92042.

455

The very large enamel DEPOT name from EWS TOTON in three parts. One of the most photographed signs a unique opportunity.

455A A London Brighton & South Coast Railway Cap Badge in very good condition.

456

A London & North Western Railway, curved, cast iron Bridgeplate “L&NWR 173”. In restored condition. Ex Stockport Station.

457

An alloy Key Token “WOOBURN GREEN – BOURNE END” in restored condition.

458

A brass Locomotive Worksplate “LMS BUILT 1918 DERBY” with engraved date. In very good face restored only condition.

459

A cast iron North Eastern Railway Full Mile Post “HULL 9” in good restored condition.

460

A London & North Eastern Railway pattern Home Ground Signal in good working order and ready for the Garden!

461

A BR (E) enamel Station sign “STATION MASTER” f/f. Some small face chips otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 48” x 12”.

462

A London & North Western Railway chromed brass Inspectors Lamp embossed “LNWR” in three places and brass plated “Lucas King Of The Road”. In good ex service condition.

463

A cast iron Shedplate 9B Stockport (Edgeley) 1948 to February 1966. The plate is in restored some time ago condition.

464

A BR Double Royal Poster “SCOTLAND WESTERN HIGHLANDS AND ISLANDS BY MACBRAYNE’S SERVICES” with Map of the Highlands illustrated. Some folds otherwise in very good condition.

465

A BR (M) enamel Station Doorplate “PRIVATE” f/f. Some face chipping but otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 18” x 3 ½”. Ex Nantwich Station.

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465A A London & North Western Railway brass Seal “L&NWR MADELEY”. In good condition but this has had a replacement Handle.

466

A brass Industrial Locomotive Worksplate “RUSTON AND HORNSBY No.175116” from a 4 W.D. 18/21 Oil Loco built 1935 2ft Gauge, worked at West Kent main sewerage works, Long Reach Works, Kent until 1976 then it went to A.Keef, Brampton Oxfordshire Locomotive Repairer & Hirer where it was scrapped. In ex loco condition.

467

A Great Western Railway Tapper Block Bell with brass R.E. Thompson maker’s plate. In very good ex box condition.

468

A cast iron Wagonplate (M&GNJR) “RAILWAY SERVICE VEHICLE”. In face restored only condition.

469

A cast iron Poster Board Heading “GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY IRELAND” cast in four sections and mounted on a backboard. In restored condition. Size 45 ½” x 12”

470

A BR(S) enamel Station Running-In-Board “CHANDLERS FORD” a Station on the Romsey to Eastleigh route. The station closed in 1969 but has since re-opened. This board is in two sections, Size 82” x 14” & 54” x 14” There are several repaired chips but it retains good deep colour & shine.

470A A BR Double Royal Poster “EXPRESS DIESEL SERVICES BETWEEN BIRMINGHAM-CARDIFFSWANSEA COMMENCING MONDAY 17TH JUNE 1957” with illustration of Railcar and Map of the Line. Some minor edge nicks, otherwise good rolled condition.

471

A Pictorial enamel Advertising sign “BLACK CAT PURE MATURED VIRGINIA CIGARETTES CARRERAS LTD (ESTD 1788) LONDON ENGLAND” shows Black Cat with a packet of Cigarettes. In black, white, yellow & green with some edge chipping/rusting and a chip on the cats ear otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 36 ½” x 18”.

472

A cast iron Shedplate 12A Carlisle (Kingmoor) 19?? To 19?? The plate is in restored some time ago condition.

473

A Tyers No.6 Single Line Tablet “DERSINGHAM - SNETTISHAM” brass/steel from the GER Kings Lynn to Hunstanton Line. In very good condition.

474

A Tyers No.6 Single Line Tablet “WOLFERTON – DERSINGHAM” brass/steel from the GER Kings Lynn to Hunstanton Line. In very good condition.

475

A Tyers No.6 Single Line Tablet “SNETTISHAM - HEACHAM” brass/steel from the GER Kings Lynn to Hunstanton Line. In very good condition.

476

A Tyers No.6 Single Line Tablet “HEACHAM – HUNSTANTON” brass/steel from the GER Kings Lynn to Hunstanton Line. In very good condition. 76

477

A BR (E) Double Royal Poster “HUNSTANTON THE IDEAL FAMILY RESORT WITH SAFE GOLDEN SANDS” etc. This depicts a Boat, Caravan, Fish and a Family in the sea. In good rolled condition. A Nice Poster!

477A A Great Western & Midland Joint Railway nickel Cap Badge “GW&MID”. In very good condition.

478

A pair of brass Cab Gauges “LNER Gresham & Craven Ltd Train Pipe/Vacuum Chamber” and a Pressure Gauge. Both are in totally ex loco condition and are believed to have come from an LNER B1 Class Loco!

479

An ornate cast iron North Eastern Railway Gradient Marker “LEVEL 1 IN 190” ex Scremerston Station. A Scarce Gradient Post!

480

A BR (W) GWR pattern Home Ground Signal in full working order and ready for the Garden!

481

A BR (W) enamel Station sign “GENTLEMEN” double sided with hanging hooks. Some edge and face chipping otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 48” x 12”.

482

A cast iron Cheshire Lines Railway Gradient Post “1 IN 49/1 IN 200”. In unrestored condition.

483

A cast iron Shedplate 17C Coalville 1950 to April 1958, then Rowsley April 1958 until September 1963. The plate is in good cleaned condition.

484

A framed & glazed Carriage Print “Travel In 1895 East & West Junction Railway Train Leaving Stratford-On-Avon. In good condition.

485

An “LMS” enamel Poster Board Heading in LNER blue. Some restored chips otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 28 ½” x 5 ¾”. Believed to be ex Parkston Quay.

485A A BR Flame Cut Pannel “24 089” built as D5089 Crewe June 1960 new to Cricklewood then Willesden and Crewe. Condemned January 1974 as it was collision damaged, and cut up in July 1977 at Swindon. In ex loco condition.

486

A cast iron (London & North Western Railway) plate “CAPSTAN No.8” in the style of the Company’s Cabside plates. In good restored condition.

487

A wooden, upholstered Waiting Room Bench, the back rail carved “MS&LR” Manchester Sheffield & Lincolnshire Railway. In good condition but the Leatherette would benefit from some attention. Size 7ft long, 20” depth, 33” height.

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488

A cast iron sign Railway Executive (GWR pattern) Propping Wagon Doors Notice, marked ‘By Order Mar 1922’. In restored condition. A Scarce Version Of This Sign!

489

A Great Northern Railway pattern wooden Signal Finial with steel top Spike. A Scarce Finial!

490

A framed & glazed Signalbox Diagram “NER ISLE OF AXHOLME CROWLE SWING BRIDGE DIAGRAM OF SIGNALS” on the line between Marshland Junction and Haxey. Dated ‘McKenzie & Holland Worcester Nov 1904’. In original frame with some staining around the edges etc. Size 38 ½” x 15 ½”. A Rare Survivor!

491

An enamel Advertising sign “PATTISONS SCOTCH WHISKIES GLENFARCLAS GLENLIVET DISTILLERY BALLINDALLOCH”. In red, blue, white with makers name ‘Patent Enamel Co. Ltd BHam’. Some face & edge chipping/rusting etc otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 132 ½” x 24”.

492

A BR Flame Cut Panel “03 107” ex 03 Class 0-6-0 Shunter new Doncaster as D2107 in October 1960 to York depot it was renumbered to 03 107 in February 1974. Depots include Thornaby & Gateshead, it was withdrawn July 1981 and cut up at Doncaster October 1982. The panel is in good ex loco condition and retains its hand rail. Size 39” x 37”.

493

A London & North Eastern Railway double line Block Instrument in very good ex box condition.

494

A framed & glazed Official Picture of the Midland Pullman at Kettering, July 1963. In good condition. Size 41” x 30 ½”.

495

A BR (E) enamel Doorplate “TICKET OFFICE” unflanged with some face scratching and a couple of small repaired face chips otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 18” x 6”.

495A An LMS wood with cast iron letters Trespass Notice “LMS NOTICE PERSONS FOUND TRESPASSING WILL BE PROSECUTED BY ORDER” in good unrestored condition.

496

An early cast iron Road sign “LEVEL CROSSING” with Gate. In very good, restored condition.

497

A Great Western Railway wooden Lower Quadrant Centre Pivot Signal Arm & Spec Plate from Long Marston Station. This is clearly embossed “GWR” and needs a little TLC. A Rare Signal!

498

A London Midland & Scottish Railway Guards Pocket Watch by Record, the back is clearly engraved “L.M.S. 10095”. In working condition.

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499

A cast iron Trespass sign “FURNESS RAILWAYS CAUTION TO TRESPASSERS” dated ‘August 1894’. In face restored only condition and still retaining both bolts.

500

A Great Western Railway wooden Post Lower Quadrant Ringed Arm Signal, complete & comprising of: wooden post, finial, GWR ringed arm, & spec plate, lamp bracket, down rod & balance weight assembly & ladder. This Signal came from Bristol Station and is dismantled for easy removing. A Rare Signal Complete & Ready For The Garden! Note: Catalogue pictures just shows some of the components.

500A A Corris Railway large nickel Button with Prince Of Wales Feathers to centre and full title around the edge. A Rare Button!

501

A BR (E) enamel Station sign “WAY OUT PARCELS” f/f. A couple of face chips otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 24” x 18”. A Very Unusual Style Sign!

502

A Great Western Railway, pattern Double Bullseye Level Crossing Gate Lamp with interior & bracket. This Lamp came from the Caersws on the Cambrian line. In good unrestored condition.

503

A (Glasgow & South Western Railway) painted wooden Signalbox Nameboard “FAIRLIE HIGH” in unrestored condition. Size 49” x 10”.

504

An enamel sign “DANGER BEWARE OF WAGONS WARNING”. Black, red on white with some minor edge chips otherwise good colour & shine. Size 15” x 10”.

505

A Great Western Railway wood with cast iron letters, double sided Station sign “BOOKING OFFICE & WAITING ROOM”. In chocolate & cream, with hanging hooks. In ex Station condition.

506

A Great Northern Railway Pegging Block Instrument, stamped “No.1530”. In good ex box condition.

507

An Oil Painting on Canvas of Southern Railway Battle Of Britain Class No.34089 (602 Squadron) by B.J.Stone, framed, size 33 ½” x 23 ½”.

508

A London & North Eastern Railway Fog Maker Signal in unrestored condition. Ex Fryston Castleford Signalbox.

509

A cast iron sign “LONDON MIDLAND AND SCOTTISH RAILWAY COMPANY WARNING” followed by 6 lines of text. In restored condition.

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510

An enamel Advertising sign in two halves “READ THE NEWS OF THE WORLD BEST SUNDAY PAPER” in white on blue with some face & edge chipping and some rusting below the ‘R’ of World. Size 64” x 12” & 63” x 12”.

511

A BR(W) enamel Station sign “LADIES ROOM ON PLATFORM 4” f/f. Some minor edge chipping but otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 36” x 18”.

512

A BR Class 08 Battery Box Cover complete with small alloy Double Arrow in good condition.

513

A cast iron Shedplate 86F Tondu 1950 to January 1961 then became Aberbeeg from January 1961 to September 1964. The plate is in restored condition.

514

A Corris Railway wooden Mile Post “2 /1” in good restored condition.

515

A London & North Eastern Railway small Poster Board Heading “L.N.E.R.” with good deep colour & shine. Size 29” x 5 ¾”.

515A A Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway nickel Cap Badge “LYR GUARD” in very good condition.

516

A BR illuminated Theatre Indicator “SHUNT LIMIT”. In good condition, Ready For The Garden!

517

A BR black & white enamel sign “WHITEHAVEN” with red double arrow logo to right hand side. Size 82” x 13 ¾”.

518

A North Eastern Railway wood sign with cast iron letters “RAMPS” in restored some time ago condition. Size 54” x 10 ¾”.

519

A cast iron sign “THE RAILWAY EXECUTIVE WARNING IS HEREBY GIVEN TO PERSONS NOT TO TRESPASS UPON THE RAILWAY, PENALTY NOT EXCEEDING 40/-. In restored condition.

520

A pair of London & North Western Railway Ground Frame Levers complete and in good working order. Ideal For Garden Signals!

520A A cast iron (Wrexham, Mold & Connah’s Quay Railway) ¾ Mile Post. On original post.

521

An enamel Advertising sign “AGENT FOR LYON’S TEA” double sided. With a couple of small face chips repaired, in blue/orange/white with good colour & shine. Size 15 ½” x 9”.

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522

A Southern Railway pattern Buffer Stop Lamp, plated “SR” and “LAMP MANUFACTURING AND SUPPLIES Co.”. In good restored condition.

523

A London Transport Frieze enamel “BAKERLOO LINE” brown on white, in very good condition. Size 21” x 9”.

524

A Great Eastern Railway wooden Lower Quadrant Signal Arm & Spectacle Plate. In unrestored condition.

525

A 16 ½ length of Cambrian Railways Double-Headed Rail with rolling marks “Dowlais Steel 82 CR” which signifies this was rolled in 1882. The ends have been neatly cut for display and the lettering picked out. An Unusual Survivor!

525A A North British Railway enamel Look Out Armband “NBR FLAG MAN”, red on white, complete with NBR marked straps.

526

A cast iron sign (Southern Railway) “PENALTY FOR NOT SHUTTING GATE £2” in very good unrestored condition.

527

An early London Transport Tube Stock, double sided Destination plate “RAYNERS LANE” with “EDGEWARE ROAD” on the reverse. In black on white with some face chipping & edge rusting otherwise in good condition. Size 32 ¼” x 4”.

528

A wooden Two Wheeled Station Sack Truck in original condition and lettered “GDS DEPT DEVONS RD”. In good unrestored condition.

529

A cast iron LNER Sign (GER Pattern) “L&N.E. RAILWAY TRESPASSERS WILL BE PROSECUTED”. In restored condition.

530

A wooden Locomotive Foundry Wheel Pattern from B1 Beyer Peacock Works in Manchester. In good unrestored condition. Size 65” Diameter.

531

A cast iron Rail Chair South Devon Railway embossed “SDR” and dated “1875” and cast by the Neath Iron Company. In good restored condition. A Scarce Chair!

532

A small LMS/BRM Calling On Signal Arm & Spectacle Plate in very good condition.

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533

A BR (E) enamel Station sign “PLATFORM 1”. A couple of minor face chips touched in otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 24” x 18”.

534

A cast iron sign “GREAT CENTRAL RAILWAY BEWAREOF THE TRAINS”. In very good unrestored condition.

535

An enamel Advertising sign “BOVRIL” white on blue with yellow surround. This has some edge rusting/chipping otherwise in good condition. Dated No. 5/42.

536

A London & North Eastern Railway cast iron Brake van Stove, the front clearly embossed “LNE-C” and complete with cast iron base.

537

A London Transport, double sided sign “BUS STOP REQUEST” white on red with LT logo. Some edge chipping etc otherwise good condition.

538

A Midland Railway Lower Quadrant Distant Signal Arm & Spectacle plate with ribbed steel arm/no glasses. MR Distant Signal Arms are hard to find. In good unrestored condition.

539

An Electric Signalbox Diagram “HEYSHAM HARBOUR 1970” SHOWS Station Cartic Ramp and Siding etc. In ex box condition.

540

A BR (E) enamel Station sign “GENTLEMEN” f/f. With two face chips otherwise in good condition with good deep colour & shine. Size 36” x 18”.

541

A London Transport Frieze enamel “CENTRAL LINE” red on white, in very good condition. Size 21” x 9”.

542

A South Eastern & Chatham Railway enamel sign “GENTLEMEN” with ornate cast iron fixing bracket. In good condition. Size 32” x 10 ½”.

543

A framed & glazed Official Photo of the Tondu GWR Ambulance Class 1922, with brass engraved plate to front of the frame “Presented To Dr. Trevelyan Jones by The Tondu GWR Ambulance Class June 24th 1922”. Photograph shows Class members in front of Panier Tank. In good condition.

544

A cast iron Rail Chair “M&GN SEC.7 1906” in good condition.

545

A BR (E) enamel Station sign “WAY OUT” f/f. In very good condition. Size 36” x 12”.

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