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Picture - Crewe Railwayana Auction
AN AUCTION OF
RAILWAYANA
AT
SATURDAY 18TH OCTOBER 2014
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Terms And Conditions Of Sale
1. All persons attending the sale under the conduct of the Auctioneers shall be deemed to be on the land and
premises entirely at their own risk and shall have no claim against the Auctioneers in respect of cancellation/
postponement of a sale or any loss, accident or injury, however occasioned.
2. All bids made should be treated as offers made upon these conditions of sale and all persons present are
admitted to attend a sale on the basis that they have notice of these conditions. All persons intending to bid
must register at the registration desk before the sale starts.
3. The buyer shall be the person making the highest bid which is acceptable to the Auctioneers as signified by
the fall of the hammer. In the case of a dispute, it shall be settled by the Auctioneers, whose decision shall be
final.
4. The Auctioneers have sole discretion (a) to refuse any bid, (b) to advance the bidding as they may decide, (c)
to withdraw or divide any Lot or combine one Lot with another, (d) to exclude any person from the auction room.
5. Lots put up for sale are subject (a) to any reserve imposed by the seller, and (b) the right of the Auctioneers
to bid on behalf of the seller up to the amount of the reserve, but the seller shall not bid personally on any of his
own Lots.
6. The Buyer shall during or at the end of the sale, pay the full purchase price plus 10% Buyers Premium
either in cash or by cheque (in all cases by a valid cheque card, unless prior arrangement has been made).
Cheques in excess of recognised limits will not be accepted from Buyers unknown to the Auctioneers, unless
prior arrangements have been made with them, or Bank or other suitable references have been supplied. Noncompliance with this condition may delay the release of lots pending the clearance of cheques.
7. The Auctioneers will at the request of the Buyer store larger items at their premises at the Buyer’s risk. Items
can be collected by prior arrangement.
8. The Auctioneers will execute commission bids, written or telephoned, free of charge. Postal bidders
should use the form at the back of this catalogue. Commission bids will be executed as cheaply as possible
having regard to any reserve and other postal bids or bids in the room. The auctioneers shall not, however, be
responsible for any neglect or default in executing or failing to execute any commission bid.
9. Subject to condition 12, (a) Lots are sold with all faults and imperfections and neither the Seller nor the
Auctioneer is responsible for any defects whatsoever; (b) no warranty is given or authorised to be given by the
Seller or the Auctioneer with regard to any Lot other than that the Seller had the right to sell it; (c) any express or
implied conditions or warranties, whether relating to description or quality, are hereby excluded.
10. Ample opportunity is given for viewing and the Buyer by making a bid, acknowledges that he has satisfied
himself fully before bidding, by inspection or otherwise, as to its condition. This includes the physical and the
description including, but not restricted to, whether the Lot is damaged or has been repaired.
11. The Auctioneers undertake that care has been taken to see that the catalogue descriptions, including
rarity, origin and condition, are accurate and reliable, taking into account all the information available when
the catalogue was prepared, but these are necessarily matters of opinion only and shall not be taken to be
statements of fact.
12. Notwithstanding Conditions 9, 10 and 11, if the Auctioneers receive notice in writing from the Buyer within
7 days of the sale that in his opinion a Lot is a forgery, and on giving such notification the Lot in question is
returned to the Auctioneers at their premises, in the same condition as when bought, then if on considering such
evidence as the Buyer supplies to prove his assertion, the Auctioneers decide that the Lot is a forgery the sale of
the Lot will be rescinded and the purchase price repaid to the Buyer.
13. The Buyer shall not become the owner of any Lot, and the Auctioneers shall have a lien thereon, until the
Buyer has discharged the purchase price, plus the 10% Buyers Premium charge.
14. If the Buyer fails to pay for or remove any Lot bought by him or in any other material respect fails to comply
with these Conditions, the Auctioneers shall have the right (a) to resell the Lot by public auction or otherwise
without notice to the Buyer, and if any deficiency arises on such resale after deducting the full costs and
expenses of the Auctioneers, the Buyer shall be responsible to the Seller and Auctioneers (but any surplus to be
the Seller’s) or alternatively, (b) to store the Lot at the premises of the Auctioneers or elsewhere and to release
the Lot to the Buyer only after payment in full of all reasonable storage and removal expenses incurred (in
addition to the purchase price).
15. Persons handling Lots do so at their own risk and shall make good all loss or damage however sustained,
such estimate of cost to be assessed by the Auctioneers whose decision shall be final.
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AN AUCTION OF RAILWAYANA
Contact prior to Auction:- David Lewis, 5 Meadowcroft, Whitchurch, Shopshire SY13 1BD.
Telephone 01948 665570, email [email protected] Telephone numbers on auction day
only 07930 252037, 07946 369320 or 07946 369320.
Please visit our NEW website - www.crewerailwayana.co.uk
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 11.30 a.m. Bids to be in by
11.30 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.
PAYMENT
Payment is accepted by Cash/Cheque/Bank Transfer. Please make Cheques payable to: Crewe
Railway 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, Disabled Badge Holders and Trade Stands only
on the day. There is parking within 5 minutes walk of the event site at the following Car Parks:
•All Day Undercover Car Park near to the police Station (Between the old Christ Church
Sites
which are now closed for re-development) Fee: £2.90 all day.
•Hope Street: 2 Car Parks opposite each other, 2 mins from Railway Station £2.90 one all day,
£2.80 3-12 Hours on the other.
•New Railway Station Car Park off the roundabout behind the Railway Station opposite B&Q
entrance £2.50 all day (this is the best Car Park as you can walk round to the front of the Station
and catch our free vintage Bus)
•Crewe Alex Football Car Park: £3.50 all day (Crewe are playing away on this day).
Cover Picture Supplied by Jack Boskett
www.jackboskett.co.uk
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1
A BR(M) enamel Station Direction sign “BRITISH RAILWAYS (in Totem) STATION” with left facing
feathered Arrow, double sided with wall bracket. Some minor edge chipping otherwise in very good
condition.
2
A Great Western Railway cast iron Doorplate “TELEGRAPH LINEMAN’S HUT” in unrestored
chocolate & cream paintwork. Size 20 ¼” x 5 ¼”.
3
A cast iron Shedplate 70G Newport (Isle of Wight) September 1954 to November 1957. The plate is
in totally ex loco condition.
4
A cast iron Wagonplate “FOR REPAIRS ADVISE BOLTON RAILWAY WAGON CO. LD”. The plate is
in face restored only condition.
5
A London & North Eastern Railway enamel Station Lamp Tablet “ST. BOSWELLS” f/f rectangular in
shape, brown on cream with a couple of face chips repaired but otherwise in very good condition.
A Station on the former Waverley route. Size 16” x 5”.
6
A brass Locomotive Worksplate “NORTH BRITISH LOCOMOTIVE COMPANY LTD GLASGOW
No.27435 – 1956” ex BR 0-4-0 Diesel Hydraulic, built February 1956 as 11707 later becoming
D2707. Depots include St. Margaret’s Edinburgh & then Dunfermline, it was withdrawn in March
1967 and cut up by the Slag Reduction Co. Iokles Aug 1967. Lightly polished otherwise in ex loco
condition.
7
A Great Western Railway official Jigsaw “THE NIGHT MAIL” in very good condition, complete with
box and made up on a board to view.
8
A framed & glazed Carriage Print “THE FORTH BRIDGE” by Kenneth Steele. In good condition with
original style frame.
9
A North British Railway Stephens pattern Signal Finial. These are a smaller version of the
Caledonian type and much rarer. In very good restored condition.
10
A Lion & Wheel Presentation Piece made at Crewe Works mounted on a circular wooden board in
Rail Blue with Silver colour Lion & Wheel. Size approx 18” x 18”. An attractive item!
10A
A Great western Railway brass Lever Lead “No.88 FROM DOWN MAIN TO L&N.W LOOP START’G
64, 65”. In good ex box condition.
11
An enamel Advertising sign “BARRS’ TEA ASK YOUR GROCER FOR MOST DELICIOUS IN
ENGLAND” brown/blue on white with some edge repairs otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size
14” x 10”.
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A (London Brighton & South Coast Railway) cast iron Station Doorplate “RING THE BELL” in totally
unrestored SR paintwork. Size 8 ¾” x 7”.
13
A cast iron Shedplate 15B Kettering 1948 to September 1963, then Wellingborough September
1963 to June 1966. The plate is in totally ex loco condition.
14
A Great Central Railway Station Platform Lamp Post Top with two glass name panels “ELSHAM” in
good restored condition. A location on the GCR line between Barnetby & Appleby.
15
A BR(S) enamel Totem “BRACKNELL” f/f with one chip to the ‘C’ touched in otherwise good deep
colour & shine. A Station on the LSWR route between Staines ascot and Reading.
15A
An original mounted Coat Of Arms Transfer “North Staffordshire Railway Company” in good
condition. Size 18” x 18”.
16
A London & North Western Railway Fletchers Permissive Block Instrument, ivorine plated “GOODS
LINES” and “BLACK BROOK JCN”. In very good ex box condition.
17
An alloy Key Token “ANDOVERSFORD JUNCTION – FOSSE CROSS”. A section on the M&SWJ
Railway line between Andoversford and Swindon Town. In very good ex box condition.
18
A BR(E) enamel Station sign “TO THE TRAINS” with left facing arrow. A little edge rusting otherwise
in excellent condition with good deep colour & shine. Size 24” x 24”.
19
A cast iron sign “GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY NOTICE NO UNAUTHORISED PERSON ALLOWED
IN THIS BOX BY ORDER” in unrestored ex box condition, the back marked ‘Ex Dawlish Signalbox’.
20
An original mounted Coat Of Arms Transfer “LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY”
in superb condition. Size 20 ½” x 13”.
21
A BR(M) enamel Station sign “PASSENGERS MUST CROSS THE LINE BY THE BRIDGE” f/f in very
good condition. Size 24” x 18”.
22
A brass electric Headlamp from a Southern Railway Bullied Pacific Locomotive, complete with it’s
electrical fittings and switch, mounting bracket and bulls eye lens. In very good condition. This was
acquired from a loco on its way to Barry Scrap Yard!
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A Locomotive Smokebox plate “40008” ex LMS Fowler 2-6-2 Tank new Derby Works April 1930 as
LMS 15507 and BR No.40008 in December 1949. The Locomotive was allocated to Shrewsbury
and Chester and finally ending it’s days at Llandudno Junction being withdrawn there in November
1959 and cut up at Crewe works in February 1960. The plate is in ex loco condition.
24
A (Hull & Barnsley Railway) cast iron Gate Notice “SHUT THIS GATE”. The plate has been
attractively restored on the front the back is in ex gate condition. A Scarce sign!
25
A pair of G Scale Garden Railway Steam Locomotives, Blue 0-4-0 and a black 0-6-0. Both in good,
little used condition.
25A
A London & South Western Railway Cart Saddle Horse Brass “L&SWR” in good condition with all
fixing pins to the rear.
26
A brass Locomotive Worksplate “ANDREW BARCLAY SONS & CO. LIMITED CALEDONIA WORKS
KILMARNOCK No.2012 - 1935” ex 0-6-0 ST named Jubilee new to Earl of Dudley’s Round Oak
Works. The plate is in face restored only condition.
27
A Waterlow Station Ticket Dating Machine, the top brass plate “WATERLOW & SONS LIMITED
MANUFACTURERS LONDON No. “ together with a box of Type which also bears a brass Waterlows
plate. Both are in very good condition.
28
A Great Western Railway steel Key Token “LLANYMYNECH – FOUR CROSSES” together with it’s
alloy Token Hoop which is marked “G.W.R. 1010”. Both items are in good unrestored condition.
29
A cast iron Bridgeplate (Great Central Railway) “GCR 547” in totally unrestored condition.
30
A small wooden, double sided Carriage Board “CHESTER” on one side with “WREXHAM” on the
other side. In maroon & straw and in good ex service condition. Size 32” x 3 ¼”.
31
A Pictorial enamel Advertising sign “ROSS’S IDEAL MILK JUSTICE TO BOTH” with Cow, Bottle
of Milk and a Baby. In brown on white with some touched in edge rusting otherwise in excellent
condition. Size 21 ½” x 15 ¼”.
32
A London & North Western Railway Handlamp clearly stamped “LNWR P.WAY DEPT LANCASTER
No.24947”. In good restored condition.
33
A cast iron Shedplate 72B Salisbury 1950 to December 1962. The plate is in restored condition but
has a clear BR(S0 triangle to the rear.
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34
A British Railways Double Royal Poster BUTLINS FOR YOUR HOLIDAYS” by Durman, showing a
Girl on the Beach. In good rolled condition.
35
A BR(W) enamel Totem “ABERDOVEY” f/f with some edge rusting and weathering to the face
otherwise in good ex Station condition. From the Cambrian Coast line between Dovey Junction and
Towyn.
35A
An LMS Seahorse pattern china Milk Jug with blue Seahorse to the side and base marked “LM&S
HOTELS ROYAL CAULDON ENGLAND”. This pattern was used at the companies Hotels at Kyle &
Morecambe. In very good condition.
36
A Great Western Railway wooden cased, lower quadrant Shelf mounted Signal Repeater, ivorine
plated no. “27” in good ex box condition.
37
A cast iron Goods Shed Crane plate “L&NW & L&Y 2050”. In good unrestored condition.
38
An LMS Fowler pattern brass Locomotive Whistle & Valve, mounted on a wooden base. In very
good polished condition.
39
A Caledonian Railway Stevens pattern Signal Finial in good unrestored condition.
40
A Locomotive Smokebox plate “8408” ex BR (WR) 94xx Hawksworth 0-6-0 Panier Tank new from
Bagnalls Stafford in January 1950. it was first allocated to Danygraig then spent it’s life at Swansea
East Dock and was withdrawn at Swindon Works in October 1959, it was then sent to Truro as a
Stationary Boiler until July 1964 when it was despatched to Cohen’s at Swansea and cut up during
August 1964. The plate is in restored condition.
41
An enamel Pictorial Advertising sign “MILLERS GREEN LABEL TEA EVERY GENUINE PACKET
BEARS THESE SIGNATURES” etc. In green on white/maroon/black with some edge rusting
otherwise in good condition. Size 11 ½” x 8 ½”.
42
A London Midland & Scottish Railway cast iron Kettle clearly embossed “L.M.S.” and engraved with
makers name “SWAIN” and in good restored condition.
43
A cast iron Shedplate 34E Neasden 1950 to February 1958 then New England July 1958 to
February 1965. The plate is in totally ex loco condition.
44
A (London & North Western Railway) cast iron Signalbox Backboard plate “FAST TO MOLD HOME”
from one of the Chester area Signalboxes. In restored condition.
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A BR(M) enamel Doorplate “WAITING AND LADIES ROOM” f/f with some minor flange/edge
chipping otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 18” x 6”.
46
An alloy Diesel Worksplate “BRITISH RAILWAYS CREWE BUILT 1961 POWER EQUIPMENT BY
SULZER AND CROMPTON PARKINSON LTD” from a Peak Class 45 Locomotive. In unrestored ex
loco Rail Blue paint.
47
A Webb & Thompson large Staff “WEXFORD NTH – ENNISCORTHY” with Annett’s Key. In Good ex
service condition. A section on the Dublin, Wicklow & Wexford Line and still open today.
48
A Great Western Railway brass Pressure Gauge with brass engraved face “GWR”. The case is also
marked “GWR” and dated “16/2/28”. In very good polished condition.
49
A cast iron sign “TAFF VALE RAILWAY” Bridge weight Restriction Notice dated “March 1st 1881”.
This sign is in unrestored condition with some lettering picked out.
50
A Great Western Railway cast iron Cabside “6621” ex GWR Collett 0602 Tank new Swindon
works January 1928 to Cathay’s, it spent many years at Aberbeeg and was withdrawn at Radyr
in December 1964. It was sent to Woodams, Barry and cut up here in March 1965. The plate is in
unrestored condition.
50A
A Midland Railway silver plated Marrow Scoop “ADELPHI HOTEL LIVERPOOL” by “Elkington & Co.
In very good condition. A Scarce Survivor!
51
A BR(M) enamel Station sign “TICKETS PARCELS AND LEFT LUGGAGE” with right facing arrow,
double sided with hanging hooks. Some small face chips otherwise good deep colour & shine. Ex
Nantwich Station. Size 24” x 18”.
52
An LMS (LNWR pattern) small Inspectors Handlamp, the side clearly embossed “L.M.S.”. In very
good unrestored condition.
53
A cast iron Shedplate 70E Reading SR 1950 to December 1962. The plate is in totally ex loco
condition.
54
A BR(M) enamel Station sign “PLEASE SHOW TICKETS” f/f with some minor chipping repaired,
otherwise in good condition.
55
A brass Locomotive Worksplate “THE VULCAN FOUNDRY No.5502 – 1947 LIMITED NEWTON-LEWILLOWS LANCASHIRE” ex LNER Thompson 4-6-0 B1 Class new as LNER 1144 to Stratford and
later Immingham, renumbered to 61144 in February 1949. It was withdrawn at Immingham in April
1964 and was cut up in October 1965. In totally ex loco condition.
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55A
A BR wooden Carriage Destination Board “PADDINGTON BIRMINGHAM SHREWSBURY CHESTER
BIRKENHEAD” in maroon & straw. In good ex service condition.
56
A Great Western Railway Single Spagnoletti Receiving Block Instrument, the top clearly numbered
“356” in very good ex box condition.
57
A Great Western Railway cast iron Doorplate “WAITING ROOM” in post grouping style with flat
border. In very good unrestored chocolate & cream paintwork. Size 24” x 3 ½”.
58
An early wooden Signalbox Telephone with separate mouth piece and trumpet ear piece, also brass
bell. In very good ex box condition.
59
A cast iron sign “CAMBRIAN RAILWAY NOTICE ANY PERSONS FOUND TRESPASSING ON THIS
RAILWAY WILL BE PROSECUTED BY ORDER”. The back is marked “Ellesmere”, a Station on the
Whitchurch to Oswestry line. In totally unrestored condition.
60
A Locomotive Smokebox plate “6107” GWR Collett 2-6-2 Passenger Tank new Swindon works May
1931 to Southall, other sheds include Slough, Bath Road and finally Reading. It was withdrawn from
here and cut up at Buttigiegs, Newport March 1965. In face restored only condition.
61
An enamel Advertising sign “CADBURY’S COCOA ABSOLUTELY PURE REFRESHING
SUSTAINING” white on blue with some minor face chipping & edge rusting otherwise in good
condition. Size 32” x 5 ½”. An Early Sign!
62
A North British Railway Handlamp clearly stamped “NBR” and “7345-5-COWDENBEATH” and
plated “BULPITT & SONS BIRMINGHAM 1917”. In good unrestored condition with LNER pattern
Reservoir.
63
A cast iron Shedplate 2A Rugby 1950 to September 1963 and then Tyseley to 7/1/66. In unrestored
ex loco condition.
64
A London & North Western Railway 12” Fuse’ Wall Clock, with the original face lettered “J.B.JOYCE
& Co. LTD WHITCHURCH” and retains it’s original LNWR enamel Numberplate “2704” in good
working order complete with Key & pendulum.
65
A collection of three brass Signalbox Shelf Repeaters including S.Rly Home Signal Repeater, (LMS)
Distant signal On/Off and (LMS) Bar/Clear indicator with ivorine plate No.1 and mounting bracket.
All three are in good condition.
65A
A Great Western & London & North Eastern Railway Joint Cart Horse Bridle Brass “GW & L.N.E.
RLYS”. The rear lug is missing but still a very Scarce Horse brass!
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66
A brass locomotive Worksplate “W.G.BAGNALL LTD ENGINEERS No.2596 STAFFORD ENGLAND”
ex Std Gauge 0-4-0 built in 1938 yard No. 1596 new to the War Office Royal Navy Cordite Factory,
Holton Heath, Dorset. In totally ex loco condition. In totally ex loco 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.
68
An LMS enamel sign “LONDON MIDLAND & SCOTTISH RAILWAY PRIVATE ROAD AND/OR
FOOTPATH” white on black with minor edge chipping otherwise a very good example of this Scarce
sign!
69
A cast iron sign (Furness Railway) “BEWARE OF THE TRAINS” in very good unrestored condition.
70
A Southern Railway enamel Station Target sign “ASHFORD” (Kent) on it’s original backing board
with some edge chipping repaired and some face chips, otherwise in good condition. A Scarce
example from this Station. Note: this is Ashford Kent as these have the six holes whereas the other
Southern Region Ashford has eight holes.
70A
An alloy Key Token “MACHYNLLETH – CEMMES RD”. In good ex box condition.
71
A BR(S) double side enamel Station sign “TRAINS TO WOOLWICH CHATHAM AND KENT COAST”
with “WAY OUT” on the other side. There is some minor face & edge chips otherwise in very good
condition with good deep colour & shine. Size 24” x 18”.
72
A BR(W) (GWR pattern) Locomotive Headlamp complete and in restored condition.
73
A cast iron Shedplate 41G Barnsley July 1958 to January 1960. The plate is in totally ex loco
condition.
74
A cast iron Wagon Axle Box Cover W&LRY” & “1904” Welshpool and Llanfair Railway. In ex Wagon
condition. A Scarce survivor from this Welsh Narrow Gauge Railway!
75
An alloy Locomotive Presentation Nameplate “CREWE BASFORD HALL” as fitted to Class 90 “90
135” named by Pete Waterman at the Basford Hall open day on the 21/8/94. The plate is un carried
and is displayed on a wooden mount. Size 73 ¾” x 9 ¾”.
75A
A Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway nickel Cap Badge “LYR GUARD” in very good condition.
76
A North British Railway Tapper Block Bell, the inside marked “NB RY No.797”. In ex box condition.
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77
A Great Western Railway enamel Station Lamp Tablet “HANWELL” a location between Southall &
West Ealing. In very good ex Station condition. Size 20” x 6 ¼”.
78
A Smiths Steam Locomotive Speedometer, the dial lettered “SMITHS B.R. MPH 0 – 100”. This
example is in unused, ex stores condition and was acquired from Crewe Works at the end of steam.
79
A cast iron Boundry Post (Manchester Sheffield & Lincolnshire) “MS&L”. In very good restored
condition.
80
A BR (Sc) enamel Station Direction sign “BRITISH RAILWAYS (in totem) HILLINGTON WEST
STATION” with left facing arrow. Some repaired edge chips and some mottling otherwise in good
condition. Size 28” x 13”.
80A
A G Scale Garden Railway 2-6-2 Steam Locomotive in green. In good used condition.
81
An enamel Advertising sign “WATSONS MATCHLESS CLEANSER IS THE SOAP FOR ALL
PURPOSES” blue/white with makers name to the bottom edge “FALKIRK IRON Co.”. Some
minor edge chipping otherwise in very good condition. These were found on the back of Chairs to
Advertise the product. Size 14” x 13”.
82
A GWR cast iron Doorplate “GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY SIGNAL & TELEGRAPH INSPECTORS
OFFICE”. This very Rare GWR Doorplate is in unrestored condition and is believed to be from
Reading Signal Department. Size 20 ¾” x 5 ¼”.
83
A cast iron Shedplate 34A Kings Cross 1950 to June 1963. In totally ex loco condition.
84
A North Stafford Railway Oil Can with a large copper plate “NSR UTTOXETER S.D.” (Signal
Department). In very good unrestored condition.
85
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”. A nice example of one of
these signs. Size 11” x 6”.
85A
An alloy Key Token “CLABESTON RD – FISHGUARD HBR”. In good ex box condition.
86
A brass Locomotive Worksplate “SIR W.G. ARMSTRONG WHITWORTH & CO. LTD No.957 – 1928
SCOTSWOOD WORKS NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE” ex GWR 0-6-2 No.6669 built to lot 295 it entered
service in September 1928 a long time Gloucester (North Road) engine. It was withdrawn from
Cardiff (Radyr) in December 1962 and cut up by John Cashmores, Newport. Rectangular, size 8
1/8” x 4 7/8” with lightly cleaned back, otherwise in good ex loco condition.
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87
A cast, brass plate from a 19 ½ Goods Class Locomotive, detailing the component, the grease
nipple feed etc. believed to be LNWR. In unrestored condition.
88
A framed & glazed Carriage Print “THE CINQUE PORT OF HASTINGS” by Jack Merriott from the
Southern Region Series. In excellent condition with original style frame.
89
A Mckenzie & Holland pattern large Signal Finial, cast iron with zinc top. The base is embossed
“MK&H”. This type, were used by several company’s including NER, Barry Railway and North
Staffordshire Railway. In good restored condition.
90
A Locomotive Smokebox plate “6696” ex GWR 0-6-2 Tank Locomotive new Armstrong Whitworth
October 1928 and allocated to Tysley, later Banbury and Croes Newydd. It was withdrawn at Barry
in December 1963 and sold to Woodham’s Barry Docks and cut up there in April 1964. The plate
has the top left hand side and bottom right hand side damaged but comes with a photograph of the
plate on the loco clearly showing the damage while the loco was in service. In unrestored condition.
91
A London Transport Underground enamel Station sign “DISTRICT LINE PLATFORM 1 WESTBOUND
(with left facing arrow) VICTORIA – EARLS COURT” f/f. Green/blue/red on white with a couple of
minor face chips otherwise in excellent condition. Size 60” x 21”.
92
A pair of cast iron British Railways Western Region (GWR pattern) Crane plates “BR-WR ENGG
DEPT No.348” and it’s matching plate “BR(W) ENGG DEPT MATCH TRUCK CRANE No.348”. Both
plates are in face restored only condition.
93
A cast iron Shedplate 73B Bricklayers Arms 1950 to June 1962. In restored some time ago
condition.
94
A large Stoneware Flaggon the top clearly engraved “No.313 JOHN BROS ABERGARW BREWERY
BRYNMENIN STATION GWR”. A couple of small chips to the neck otherwise in very good condition.
Height 19”.
95
A BR(M) enamel Totem “IRLAM” f/f with some blemishes to the face otherwise good colour & shine.
A Station on the Cheshire Lines route between Manchester & Liverpool Via Sankey.
96
A London & North Western Railway Fletchers Signal Repeater with miniature Signal and In/Out
Indicator. In very good ex box condition.
97
A (Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway) cast iron Wagon plate “RETURN TO WYRE DOCK FLEETWOOD”
from one of the companies Fish Vans. In restored some time ago condition.
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A Locomotive Worksplate “GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION DESIGNED & MANUFACTURED
WITH ALSTOM SERIAL No.968742 – 28 CLASS 67 DATE 05-00 EX 67 028”. In good ex loco
condition.
99
A cast iron Signal Finial (LSWR pattern) embossed “SR HOLCROFT WOLVERHAMPTON” on the
base and on the fins. In good restored condition.
100
A Station Vending Machine with embossed plates to the sides “BLACK CAT” and front “BLACK
CAT MEDIUM 5 FOR 2d” complete with Key and brass makers plate in very good condition and still
containing some Cigarette packets. Size 29 ½” high x 4 ¾” width. In lovely condition.
100A A brass Shelf plate “G.W.R. & L&N.W. JOINT No.6”. In very good ex box condition.
101
An enamel pictorial Advertising sign “SPRATTS” SHOWING THREE Dogs in Skeletal shape, dated
“3.44” in black on cream with minor edge chips otherwise in excellent condition. Size 20” x 4”.
102
An alloy Key Token “BAGGERIDGE JUNCTION – WOMBOURN” in good ex box condition.
103
A cast iron Shedplate 16C Kirkby-In-Ashfield 1950 to 8th October 1955 then Mansfield October
1955 to February 1960, then Derby 9th September 1963 to October 1966. The plate is in unrestored
condition.
104
A brass Wagonplate “APPLEBY-FRODDINGHAM STEEL CO. BUILT APR 1959 INTERNAL USE
CENTRAL ENG WORKSHOPS” from a Slag Ladel Wagon used at the Steel Works. A slight rim chip
to bottom left rim otherwise in very good condition.
105
A London & North Eastern Railway cast iron Doorplate “GENERAL WAITING ROOM” in good,
unrestored ex Station condition.
105A A pair of London Brighton & South Coast Railway Badges “LBSC” Collar Badge and “PORTER
8914”. Both are in good condition.
106
A Great Northern Railway Signalbox Telegraph Instrument with sloping shelf, clearly stamped
“3464A” with it’s brass Circuit Card Holders to both sides containing cards for March to Lincoln,
listing Stations in between and Sleaford to Lincoln High street.
107
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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108
A London & North eastern Railway brass Locomotive Whistle and Valve ex LNER B1 Class
locomotive. In very good ex loco condition.
109
A cast iron sign “STRATFORD-ON-AVON AND MIDLAND JUNCTION RAILWAY BEWARE OF
TRAINS TRESPASSERS WILL BE PROSECUTED BY ORDER”. In very good unrestored condition.
110
A London & North Eastern Railway pattern Home Ground Signal complete and in good working
order & ready for the Garden!
110A A large gilt Button “BIRK.LANC & CHES.JUNC RAILWAY” (Birkenhead Lancashire & Chester
Junction Railway) with title around a Locomotive. In very good condition. A Rare Button!
111
A BR(W) enamel station Running-In-Board “LUDLOW” f/f there is a crease repair across the ‘U’ and
some other small areas that have been touched in on the face otherwise good deep colour & shine.
Size 106” x 24”.
112
A BR wooden Carriage Destination Board “THE MASTER CUTLER” yellow on brown. This board
was acquired from York Carriage & Wagon works and is in unused, ex stores condition.
113
A cast iron Shedplate 73J Tonbridge October 1958 to June 1962. The plate is in unrestored
condition with a clear BR(S) triangle to the rear.
114
A BR cast iron Coach plate “NEWTON CHAMBERS LOT No.30664 – 1961”. This Rare plate is from
a Car/Tic Wagon. In unrestored condition.
115
A Great Western Railway Gangers Key Machine with original brass Key marked “POSSESSION
OF THIS KEY AUTHORISES GANGER TO OCCUPY THE LINE BETWEEN MORFA MAWDDACH –
PENMAENPOOL”. A location on the Ruabon to Barmouth line. In very good ex box condition.
115A A London & North Western Railway and Great Western Railway Joint Horse Bridle Rosette brass
“L&NW&GWR”. The rear lug is missing but otherwise a Scarce Horse Brass!
116
A Great Western Railway cast iron Cabside “3853” ex GWR Churchward 2-8-0 new Swindon works
June 1942 to Old Oak Common, other sheds include Ebby Junction & Seven Tunnel Junction. It
was withdrawn in December 1963 and stored at (STJ) until Nov 1964 then cut up at Birds, Risca in
Dec 1964. The plate is in restored some time ago condition. See Also Next Lot!
117
A Locomotive Smokebox plate “3853” ex GWR Churchward 2-8-0. For Details See Above Lot. The
plate is in restored some time ago condition.
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118
A framed & glazed Signalbox Diagram “GER STETHAM FEN DIAGRAM OF SIGNALS” for the line
between Ely and Waterbeach, it is also dated ‘Saxby & Farmer November 26th 1914’. In very good
condition with original frame. Size 43” x 19 ¾”.
119
A cast iron sign “BARRY DOCK AND RAILWAYS TRESPASS NOTICE ALL PERSONS ARE WARNED
NOT TO TRESPASS UPON THE DOCK PROPERTY, RAILWAYS OR STATIONS OF THE COMPANY”
etc. In very good unrestored condition.
120
A BR(W) (GWR Pattern) Home Ground Signal in full working order. Restored and ready for the
Garden!
120A A large brass Document Case plate “BR(M) CM & EE DEPT ROOM 110 LIME ST. CHMBS
LIVERPOOL 23”. In very good condition and still on its leather backing.
121
A South Eastern & Chatham Railway enamel station sign “SITTINGBOURNE TRAINS LEAVE THIS
STATION” black on white, flangless in very good condition. Size 27 ½” x 9 ½”. Note: Sittingbourne
Station Junction for the Sheerness Branch is between Chatham and Faversham.
122
A Great Central Railway small pattern Bulls eye Headlamp clearly stamped “GCR 25939” and
brass plated “GCR 25939 WEST TINSLEY”. Complete with “GCR” Reservoir. In very good restored
condition.
123
A cast iron Shedplate 81E Didcot 1950 to April 1965. This plate is unrestored on the front whilst the
back has been painted.
124
A Great Western Railway Signalbox brass Drum Clock, the face marked “G.W.R. KAY & Co. PARIS”,
the case is numbered “3363” as is the back of the movement. In very good condition and in working
order. Complete with Key.
125
A BR(W) enamel Totem “SMALL HEATH & SPARKBROOK” f/f. There are a couple of minor face
chips repaired and some slight mottling otherwise good deep colour & shine.
125A A London & North Western & Midland Joint Railways Cart Saddle Brass “L&NW & MID.RLYS” with
fixing pins to the rear. In good condition.
126
A brass Locomotive Worksplate “GREAT CENTRAL RLY BUILDERS 1907 GORTON WORKS”. The
plate is in restored some time ago condition on the front, the back is in ex loco condition.
127
A china, Children’s Potty, the front has a large Garter Crest with “CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY” in
full and “CPR” to the centre. Blue/maroon on white in very good condition.
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128
A Great Northern Railway cast iron Viaduct plate “GNR 10” in very good unrestored condition.
129
A cast iron sign “GREAT CENTRAL RY BEWARE OF THE TRAINS”. In face restored only condition.
130
A small wooden, double sided Carriage Board “LEAMINGTON SPA” on one side with
“STRATFORD-UPON-AVON” on the other side. In maroon & straw with some wear to both sides
otherwise in good ex service condition. Size 32” x 3 ¼”.
131
A Pictorial enamel Advertising sign “ORDERS RECEIVED FOR PALMER’S DONNINGTON PALE
ALES” with Tower, double sided with some edge chipping/scratches etc.
132
An LMS (Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway pattern) Handlamp with Bullseye lens, clearly stamped
“LMS BOLTON” with LMS reservoir. In Unrestored condition.
133
A cast iron Shedplate 75F Ashford October 1958 to June 1962. In face restored only some time ago
condition with a clear BR(S) triangle to the rear.
134
A BR(M) enamel Doorplate “TICKET OFFICE” f/f with minor screw hole chips repaired otherwise in
excellent condition with good deep colour & shine. Size 18” x 6”.
135
A BR(S) enamel Totem “MINSTER THANET” f/f with some minor face and edge repairs otherwise
good deep colour & shine.
135A A BR(S) large Fishtail Cap Badge “TICKET COLLECTOR” in good used condition. Scarce!
136
A brass Locomotive Worksplate “THE VULCAN FOUNDRY (LIMITED) NEWTON-LE-WILLOWS
LANCASHIRE No.3736 – 1924” ex LMS 0-6-0 Jinty Tank 47279 new as LMS 7119 then 7279 during
1934 and 47 279 in September 1949. Sheds include Wellingborough, Bedford & Aintree. It was
withdrawn in December 1966 and sent to Barry. The Loco has now been returned to steam and can
be found on the KWVR. The plate is basically in ex loco condition.
137
A brass Pullman Car Builders plate “THE PULLMAN CAR COMPANY LIMITED BUILT BY THE
METROPOLOITAN CARRIAGE AND FINANCE Co. LTD BIRMINGHAM 1928”. In unrestored
condition.
138
A London & North Eastern Railway Guards Pocket watch, the back clearly engraved “L.N.E.R.
8407”. In very good condition and in working order.
139
An early cast iron Great Northern Railway pattern Signal Finial. A Scarce Finial pattern in unrestored
condition.
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140
A cast, aluminium Diesel Depot Plaque for Eastleigh featuring a Spitfire, a carried example in very
good ex loco condition. Size 17 ¾” x 17 ¾”.
141
A Pictorial enamel Advertising sign “NECTAR TEA” in a Cup & Saucer shape, green on white with
some edge & face chipping otherwise good colour & shine.
142
A GNR large Somersault Signal Lamp Case, brass plated “GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY No.17476”
with curved location plate “HAWTHORN BANK” and brass number “30” to the top. In very good
unrestored condition. A Lincolnshire location.
143
A Great Northern Railway large Somersault Signal Lamp Interior bearing a large brass plate “G.N.
MARSHGATE CROSSING No.2” and also “LNER” a Doncaster location. In very good restored
condition. This Lamp would fit perfectly with the previous Lot 142.
144
A (Midland Railway) Signalbox Door Notice “NO ADMITTANCE” in very good face restored only
condition. Size 24 ½” x 5 ½”.
145
A scratch built 3 1/2” Gauge Model of a London & North Western Railway Whitworth Class 2-4-0,
named “Whitworth” (LNWR 1045). Note: This is not a Live Steam example but a good detailed
model. Please Handle With Care!
146
A Great Northern Railway Arch shaped Telegraph Indicator, complete with needle and sounding
bars and ivorine plate “13”. In very good ex box condition. Height 10 ½”.
147
A BR enamel Totem shaped Posterboard Heading “BRITISH RAILWAYS” red on white with a couple
of minor edge chips otherwise in very good condition. Size 16 ¼” x 4”.
148
A BR brass Locomotive Pressure Gauge, the face marked “CREWE WORKS” together with an LMS
face marked Gauge. Both are in ex loco condition.
149
A cast iron sign “FURNESS RAILWAY CAUTION TO TRESPASS” dated “September 1911”. In
unrestored ex Lineside condition.
150
A Great Western Railway brass Splasher Coat of Arms from Bristol, these were fitted in pairs
(London) and (Bristol) to Armstrong Class Locomotives Splasher Plates. A photocopy from Frank
Burridge’s book clearly shows a pair fitted to a member of the class. This is a Very Rare Survivor
with only a handful known to have survived!
150A A GWR Hotels, silver plated Butter Curler by George Butler & Co., Sheffield, the crest being the
uncommon Belted Garter with Sans Serif GWR initials and Hotels in the centre section bar. In very
good condition.
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151
A BR(W) enamel Station sign “PLATFORM 2” with minor edge chipping otherwise in very good
condition. Size 24” x 18”.
152
A German Railway large Steam Locomotive Headlamp with bracket to rear, complete with original
interior with spare red glass in the back. In very good condition.
153
A cast iron Shedplate 70H Ryde Isle Of Wight September 1954 to December 1966. The plate is in
restored some time ago condition with a clear BR(S) triangle to the rear.
154
A Great Western railway brass Signalbox Shelf plate “TO GRESFORD” a Wrexham location. In good
ex box condition.
155
A BR(E) enamel Doorplate “PARCELS AND LEFT LUGGAGE” unflanged. There is a chip repair to the
right hand top and bottom corners otherwise this is in very good condition with good deep colour &
shine. Size 18” x 6”.
155A A brass single line Key Token “EMNETH – MIDDLE DROVE NO.5” in very good ex box condition.
156
A brass engraved Locomotive Worksplate No.”61384 – 1951” ex (LNER)/BR 4-6-0 B1 Class
Locomotive new North British works no.26843 October 1951, sheds include Ardsley (Leeds),
Stratford, Lincoln and Immingham. It was withdrawn in January 1966 and cut up in June 1966. The
plate is in totally ex loco condition.
157
A Great Western Railway cast iron Doorplate “GENTLEMEN” in post grouping style with flat border.
In very good unrestored chocolate & cream paintwork. Size 17 ¾” x 3 ½”.
158
A Cambrian Railway metal Letter Rack with brass plate “CAM-RLY” and also stamped
“BARMOUTH” a little worn. In unrestored condition. A Scarce item from this Cambrian Coast
location!
159
A Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway cast iron Signal Finial in unrestored condition.
160
A Great Western Railway brass Locomotive Cabside “1620” ex BR (WR) Hawksworth 16xx 0-6-0
Pannier Tank new Swindon works June 1950 to Abercynon, not reallocated it was withdrawn at
Swindon June 1960 and stored until sold to Hayes, Bridgend in March 1961 and was cut up there.
The plate is in ex loco condition.
161
An enamel Advertising sign “DR LOVELACE’S FAMILY SOAP PURE & ECONOMICAL FOR
LAUNDRY & TOILET” yellow on blue with some screw hole chips and minor touching in, otherwise
good deep colour & shine. Size 36” x 18”.
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162
An LNER three aspect Guards Handlamp, brass plated “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY
SLEAFORD No.8”. In good unrestored condition.
163
A cast iron Shedplate 67F Stranraer July 1962 until November 1966. The plate is in restored
condition.
164
A North Eastern Region 12” Fuse Wall Clock with original face marked “BR(NE) 12928” ex Hull
Estate Surveyors Office Docks & Inland Waterways Executive, Humber Ports. The Clock is in good
ex service condition.
165
A framed & glazed Carriage Print “TRAVEL IN 1915 NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE RAILWAY TRAIN
ENTERING STONE JUNCTION” by Hamilton Ellis. In original type frame in good condition.
165A A Great Western & Midland Railway Joint Horse Bridle Rosette Brass “GW&MR”. The rear lug is
missing but otherwise a very Scarce Horse Brass!
166
A brass Locomotive Worksplate “THE DREWRY CAR CO. LTD LOCO No.2682 204HP – 1960
ASSOCIATED WITH ROBERT STEPHENSON & HAWTHORNS LTD DARLINGTON CITY WALL
HOUSE LONDON E.C.2” ex BR D 2301 new October 1960 to Langwith Junction it moved to
Annesley during 1966, it was then stored at Wolverton works & Bletchley. It was withdrawn in
September 1968 and cut up at the Steelbraking & Dismantling Co., Chesterfield in January 1970.
The Cab was used on site as a Workmans Hut until the yard closed during 1979. In very good ex
loco condition.
167
A Great western Railway steel Key Token with engraved brass plate “LLANBRYNMAIR-CEMMES
ROAD” a Cambrian line location. In good ex service condition.
168
A Scale Model of a London & North Western Railway Steam Rail Motor, an attractive model
displayed on a length of track.
169
A cast iron sign “LONDON MIDLAND AND SCOTTISH RAILWAY WARNING PERSONS ARE
WARNED NOT TO TRESPASS UPON THE COMPANY’S RAILWAY OR OTHER PROPERTY. ANY
PERSON FOUND SO DOING WILL BE PROSECUTED BY ORDER”. In face restored condition.
170
A London Midland & Scottish Railway pattern Home Ground Signal, complete and in good working
order and ready for the Garden!
170A A Tyers No.6 Single Line Tablet “SIDMOUTH JUNC – OTTERY ST. MARY” brass/steel in very good
ex box condition.
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171
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 BUT DOCKS
CARDIFF”. Red on white, size 21” x 19 ½” this has one face chip to the right hand side and some
edge chipping/rusting otherwise good deep colour & shine.
172
A Drivers Flare Lamp with large copper plate to the side “DARNALL LOCO SHEFFIELD No.33” in
excellent condition, complete with wick and hanging hook.
173
A cast iron Shedplate 73E Faversham 1950 to June 1959. The plate is in restored some time ago
condition with a clear BR(S) triangle to the rear.
174
An ornate cast iron Steam Crane plate “COWANS SHELDON & Co. LIMITED ENGINEERS
CARLISLE No.2036 – 18996” In restored some time ago condition. From one of the Company’s
Travelling Steam Cranes!
175
A BR(E) enamel Station Doorplate “STAFF ONLY” unflanged and in excellent condition. Size 18” x 3
½”.
175A A First World War Railway Service Badge “CARDIFF BUTE DOCKS” in good condition. A Scarce
Service Badge!
176
A brass Locomotive Worksplate “LMS BUILT 1911 HORWICH”. The plate is in restored condition.
177
An early Great Western Railway brass Shelf mounted Lower Quadrant Signal Repeater in good
condition.
178
A cast iron sign GNR Methly Joint Rly “BEWARE OF TRAINS”. A Scarce sign used on the joint line
and complete with top and bottom lugs. The sign is in unrestored condition.
179
A Great Western Railway cast iron Ground Frame Nameboard “SAVERNAKE MIDDLE GROUND
FRAME” an M&SW Jct location between Marlborough and Ludgershall. In good restored condition.
180
A Great Western Railway brass Locomotive Cabside “4154” ex GWR Collett 2-6-2 Tank new
Swindon Works July 1947 new to Wellington, then Crewe Gresty Lane, Banbury, Tyesley, Worcester
and finally Oxley. It was withdrawn in October 1965 & cut up at Cashmores, Great Bridge in January
1966. The plate is in face restored only some time ago condition.
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181
A London Brighton & South Coast Railway enamel Warning sign “PROPPING UP DOORS” etc
with seven lines of text and signed “BY ORDER OF LB&SC RY Co.”. White on dark blue with some
chipping and wastage to the bottom corner and top edge otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size
30 ½” x 19”.
182
An alloy Key Token “BALA JUNC – LLANDDERFEL” a section on the Ruabon to Barmouth Line. In
good ex box condition.
183
A cast iron Shedplate 84B Oxley Wolverhampton 1950 to September 1963. The plate is in totally ex
loco condition.
184
A BR(W) enamel Totem “BISCESTER NORTH” h/f with some edge rusting touched in otherwise
superb deep colour & shine.
185
A Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Signalbox Non-Tapper Block Bell clearly marked “LYR” in several
places. In good ex box condition.
185A A brass Single Line Key Token “LLANFAIR – MENAI BRIDGE”. This section was used after the Fire
on the Menai Tubular Bridge. In good ex box condition.
186
A brass Locomotive Worksplate “ROBERT STEPHENSON & HAWTHORNS LTD No.7615
NEWCASTLE WORKS 1951” ex GWR Design 0-6-0 PT ‘9464’. The loco spent time at Gloucester,
South Wales and Cardiff and was withdrawn in 1965 and cut up at Wards, Briton Ferry. The plate is
in superb ex loco condition.
187
A Great Western & London & North Western Railway Tin First Aid Box the front lettered “GW&L&NW
JT RLYS FIRST AID OUTFIT 3094”. A Rae Joint Survivor!
188
A framed & glazed Carriage Print “LONDON MARBLE ARCH” by A.J.Wilson. In excellent condition
with original style frame.
189
A cast iron North Eastern Railway small Trespass sign “NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY NOTICE ANY
PERSON FOUND TRESPASSING ON THIS RAILWAY WILL BE LIABLE TO A PENALTY OF FORTY
SHILLINGS WHICH WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED C.N.WILKINSON SECRETARY”. In unrestored
condition. These small Trespass signs are much Rarer than the larger variety!
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190
A Locomotive Smokebox Plate “40185” ex LMS Stanier 2-6-2 Tank new Crewe works September
1937 as LMS 185, renumbered to 40185 in November 1948. Allocations include Dawsholme,
Kingmoor & Bangor, it was withdrawn at Llandudno Junction in February 1962 and cut up at
Crumps, Connagh’s Quay in January 1963. The plate is in totally ex loco condition.
191
An enamel Post Box Plate “GR (with Crown) POST OFFICE LETTER BOX NOTICE LETTERS
CONTAINING COIN. PAPER MONEY OR JEWELLERY SHOULD NOT BE POSTED IN THIS BOX
BUT SHOULD BE REGISTERED”. There is one chip between the ‘S’ & ‘T’ otherwise this is in good
ex box condition. Size 12” x 11”.
192
An LMS (LNWR Pattern) Platform Wall Lamp with original paper name label “RHEWI” and complete
with burner, reservoir, reflector & chimney. In very good restored condition. A Station on the LNWR
line between Denbigh & Ruthin.
193
A cast iron Shedplate 84D Leamington Spa 1950 to 9th September 1963. The plate is in restored
some time ago condition.
194
A cast iron Wagon plate (North British Railway) “REGISTERED BY THE N.B.RY COY TO CARRY 12
TONS No. 21424 – 1909”. This is the larger sized Wagon plate and is in restored condition.
195
A BR(M0 enamel Totem “WEDNESBURY TOWN” f/f with some edge rusting touched in otherwise in
very good condition. A Scarce Totem!
196
A Great Western Railway double, Spagnoletti Block Instrument in very good ex box condition.
197
An original mounted Coat Of arms Transfer “TAFF VALE RAILWAY 1836”. In Superb condition. Size
18 ½” x 15 ½”.
198
A Great Western Railway ornate metal with brass fittings Coal Scuttle. The ornate front hinges
clearly marked “GWR”, it also has a brass carrying handle and a Pan Shovel to the rear. This Scuttle
was used at Knowle & Dorridge Station.
199
A cast iron sign “CHESHIRE LINES CEE NOTICE ANY PERSON OMITTING TO SHUT AND FASTEN
THIS GATE IS LIABLE TO A PENALTY OF FORTY SHILLINGS”. In unrestored condition.
200
A Great Western Railway brass Locomotive Cabside “1019” ex GWR Hawksworth 4-6-0 County
Class “County Of Merioneth” new Swindon April 1946 to Newton Abbot, Penzance, Swindon and
Shrewsbury where it was withdrawn in February 1963 and cut up at Cashmore’s, Great Bridge in
January 1964. The plate is in ex loco condition.
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200A A GWR Hotels Art Deco Roundel pattern logo, silver plated Butter Curler by Walker & Hall. In very
good condition.
201
A Pictorial enamel Advertising sign “SPRATT’S BUILDS UP A DOG! (with Spratt’s skeletal Dog
shape) DOG CAKES, BONIO: MIXED OVALS: WEETMEET” dated 3/41. In red/black on cream with
some minor edge rusting, otherwise in very good condition.
202
A pair of early cast iron Great Western Railway Luggage Rack Supports with “GWR” interwoven.
Both are in good condition.
203
A cast iron Shedplate 65J Fort William May 1955 to June 1960, then Stirling June 1960 to June
1966. The plate is in ex loco condition.
204
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.
205
A London & North Eastern Railway cast iron Doorplate “BOOKING OFFICE” in good unrestored, ex
Door condition.
205A A BR(S) large Fishtail Cap Badge “BRITISH RAILWAYS” in very good condition.
206
A brass Locomotive Worksplate “RUSTON & HORNSBY LTD SIZE 25/30 CLASS LOCO No.211687
LINCOLN-ENGLAND” ex 4 WDM 3ft gauge loco built 1941 new to Whittlesea Central Brick
Company, Whittlesea, Cambridgeshire until 1973, by 1976 it was at Bordna Mona Peat Co. Lully
More Co. Kildare, Ireland and was still there out of use in 2012. In good ex loco condition.
207
A BR(W) Ground Frame Key with large Bakelite plate “NEWTOWN G.F.KEY” a Cambrian Line
location. In very good ex box condition.
208
A wooden Carriage Board “THE TYNESIDER” from the Kings Cross – Newcastle Sleeping Car Train
that ran from 5th June 1950 until May 1968. The board is in unused, ex stores condition.
209
A cast iron sign “MIDLAND RAILWAY Co. N.C.C. (Northern Counties Committee) ANY PERSON
TRESPASSING WILL WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE BE PROSECUTED PURSUANT TO 62 & 63
VIC.C.H. 64 SEC 32. PENALTY 40%”. In unrestored condition.
210
A London & North Western Railway 1915 pattern Ground Signal with miniature Distant Arm. A
Scarce Ground Signal!
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210A A large brass Button “BUTE DOCKS” with Anchor to the centre and Rope edging. In very good
condition. A Scarce Button!
211
A BR(M) enamel Station Running-In-Board “LEICESTER LONDON ROAD” f/f with some minor
chipping and mottling otherwise in good ex Station condition.
212
A BR(M) Locomotive Headlamp with copper bezel and complete with interior. In very good
condition.
213
A cast iron Shedplate 5A Crewe North 1948 to May 1965. The back of the plate is marked “5A
Crewe North MPD From D301 At Longsight (Manchester) MPD (9A) On 14th July 1963”. The plate is
in restored some time ago condition.
214
An ornate Wagon plate “SHELTON IRON.STEEL & COAL CO. LTD OWNERS STOKE-ON-TENT”. In
face restored only condition.
215
A BR(M) large Station Doorplate “TELEPHONE” f/f, in very good condition with good deep colour &
shine. Size 30” x 6”.
215A A china Tea Plate with Garter Crest and “MID & GN” (Midland & Great Northern Railway) with some
crazing but still a Scarce china plate form this company!
216
A Great Central Railway Pegging Block Instrument with ivorine plate “UP LINE” from Loughborough
Central on closure of the box. In very good ex box condition. See Also Lot Below!
217
A Great Central Railway Non-Pegging Block Instrument with ivorine plate “UP LINE” from
Loughborough Central on closure of the box. In very good ex box condition. See Also Lot Above!
218
An alloy Diesel Locomotive Worksplate from a Class 25 25 083 “BRITISH RAILWAYS DERBY BUILT
BY ASSOCIATED ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIES LTD AND SULZER” in ex loco condition. Back marked
“25 083”.
219
A cast iron sign “SHROPSHIRE UNION RAILWAYS & CANAL COMPANY NOTICE THIS BRIDGE IS
INSUFFICIENT TO CARRY A TRACTION ENGINE OR ANY OTHER EXTRAORDINARY WEIGHT BY
ORDER”. In restored condition.
220
A Locomotive Smokebox plate “90538” ex WD 2-8-0 new Vulcan Foundry works No.4884 June
1943 numbered 7068/ later WD 77068, renumbered 90538 in 1948 to York, other allocations were
Severn Tunnel Junction, March, Immingham and Doncaster. It was withdrawn in April 1966 and cut
up at Drapers of Hull in October 1966. The plate is in Superb ex loco condition.
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A BR(Sc) enamel Station sign “BRITISH RAILWAYS (in Totem) NO PARKING” f/f with a small chip
inside the ‘O’ otherwise in excellent condition. Size 24” x 18”.
222
A large copper, Belgium Railways Steam Locomotive Headlamp with iron brackets to both sides,
the side also clearly marked “CFB” and numbered on the hinges “33/34”, complete with original
interior. This would look Super polished!
223
A cast iron Shedplate 88A Cathay’s 1950 to January 1961 then Canton January 1961 to October
1962 than East Dock September 1963 to August 1965. The plate is in ec loco condition.
224
A Great Western Railway cast iron Crane Notice from Swindon Works “M.E. 4296. MAXIMUM LOAD
FOR CARRIAGE LIFTING BEAM 20 TONS AUX HOIST 10 TONS. SWINDON. SEPTEMBER. 1939.”
In restored condition.
225
A BR(M) enamel Totem “WYRLEY & CHESLYN HAY” f/f with one small chip to top panel and one to
the right hand end & some slight mottling, otherwise in good ex station condition.
225A A London & North Western Railway small china Cream Jug, side marked “LONDON & NW RY Co.
CREWE REFRESHMENT ROOMS”. In very good condition.
226
A chromed, brass Diesel Worksplate “ENGLISH ELECTRIC CO. LTD VULCAN WORKS NEWTONLE-WILLOWS ENGLAND No.3410/D868 – 1963” new as D6924 to Llandore February 1964, also
Canton, Immingham and Toton, renumbered to 37 224 and later 37 680. It was withdrawn in
January 2000 and in and out of store until cut up by T.J.Thompson, Stockton in January 2011. The
plate is in unrestored ex loco condition.
227
A wooden Staff with brass location plate “MORFA MAWDDACH” to one side, the plate from the
other side is missing. There is a letter attached to this stating that this Staff was used between
Llwyngwril & Morfa Mawddach when the Barmouth Bridge was closed due to Beetle infection. This
Staff is mounted on a wooden plinth.
228
A pair of Great Western Railway brass Locomotive Whistles, large & small. Both clearly stamped
“GWR” and both in good ex loco condition.
229
A cast iron Viaduct plate (Great Central Railway) “GCR 374 (72)” from the Viaduct just north of
Leicester Central Station. In part restored condition.
230
A BR(M) enamel Signalbox Nameboard “WEAVER JUNCTION” f/f in two halves size 73” x 12” & 69
½” x 12”. There is some edge & face chipping otherwise in good ex box condition.
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230A A cast iron Shedplate 32A Norwich Thorpe, 1950 to April 1962. The plate is in face restored some
time ago condition.
231
An enamel Advertising sign “HUDSON’S SOAP ¼ PACKETS” in brown, blue & yellow with some
restoration. Size 12” x 9”. A Scarce sign!
232
A Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Handlamp with Bullseye lens and clearly stamped “LYR
ACCRINGTON” with LMS reservoir. In unrestored condition.
233
A cast iron Shedplate 41H Staveley G.C. July 1958 to June 1965. The plate has been restored some
time ago.
234
A framed & glazed Quad Royal Poster “LMS LNER SHIOP BUILDING ON THE CLYDE” by Norman
Wilkinson R.I. This shows a Ship under construction and Boats on the river etc.
235
A cast iron Bridge plate (Manchester South Junction and Altringcham Railway) “MSJ&AR 76”. In
very good face restored only condition.
235A A BR brass Parade Horse Brass with Shire Horse to the centre and “BR HORSE PARADE WINNER
1949” around the edge. In good condition.
236
A North Eastern Railway Block Instrument, together with an LNWR pattern Shunting Bell, both
mounted on a wooden base. Both are in very good condition.
237
A brass Key Token “LLANDRINDOD WELLS – CRAVEN ARMS” a Central Wales line section. In
good ex box condition.
238
A South Eastern & Chatham Railway Pocket Watch, the back clearly engraved “SE&CR 1800”. In
very good condition and in working order.
239
A cast iron Midland Railway early Trespass, the bottom signed ‘J.F.Bell Secretary’. There is some
wear to the edges otherwise in good face restored only condition.
240
A cast, aluminium Diesel Depot Plaque for Dolland’s Moor with Horse. An uncarried, ex stores
example. Size 17 ¾” x 17 ¾”.
241
An enamel Advertising sign “1d DAILY MIRROR BEST ALL ALONG THE LINE” black on yellow in a
wooden frame. In good condition.
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NOT ALL ITEMS ARE PHOTOGRAPHED
If you have any similar items that
you would like to include in our forthcoming
sales, please contact David or Helen Lewis on
01948 665570
or [email protected]
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242
An alloy Key Token “MANSFIELD COLLIERY JCT – RUFFORD COLLY”. In very good ex box
condition.
243
A cast iron Shedplate 38A Colwick 1950 to July 1958 (Only). The plate is in totally ex loco condition.
244
A (London & North Western Railway) cast iron Signalbox Backboard plate “DOWN CREWE TO BAY
3 HOME OR CALL-ON”. In very good face restored only condition.
245
A BR(M) enamel Totem “MOSES GATE” f/f with a couple of face repairs and some scratching etc
otherwise in good condition.
246
An alloy Diesel Worksplate “BRITISH RAILWAYS DERBY BUILT 1965 POWER EQUIPMENT BY
ASSOCIATED ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIES LTD AND SULZER” ex Class 25. The plate is in totally ex
loco condition.
247
An alloy Key Token “SUTTON BRIDGE – WESTBURY” in good ex box condition.
248
A wooden Carriage Destination Board “TRANS – PENNINE” with arrows at either end. In black/
yellow on orange and in very good ex service condition.
249
A cast iron Bridge Notice “RHYMNEY RAILWAY TO DRIVERS AND OWNERS OF ROAD
LOCOMOTIVES OR OTHER PERSONS IN CHARGE OF THE SAME” etc. This sign is in face
restored only condition.
250
A Great Western Railway brass Cabside “5746” ex GWR Collett Design 0-6-0 PT new North British
Locomotive Company April 1929 to Swansea East Dock, other allocations include Neath & Didcot.
It was with withdrawn here in September 1962 and stored until it was towed to King’s of Norwich
where it was cut up in December 1963. The plate is in face restored only condition.
250A A Great Western Railway Police Helmet Badge with Coat of Arms to the centre, leaves around the
edges with Crown to the top. In very good condition.
251
A BR(S) enamel Station Direction sign f/f, “HERNE BAY MARGATE BROADSTAIRS & RAMSGATE
OVER FOOTBRIDGE END OF STATION BUILDING” with left facing feathered arrow. Some minor
edge chipping otherwise in good condition with good deep colour & shine. Size 30” x 18”
252
A pair of Class 40 brass Air Horns ex 40 159 No.1 End. These Horns are in very good ex loco
condition and come with the original BR paperwork, bill of sale etc.
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253
A cast iron Shedplate 74B Ramsgate 1950 to October 1958. The plate is in face restored some time
ago condition, with a clear BR(S) triangle to the rear.
254
A Great Western Railway Signalbox Shelf Plate “FROM PREESGWEENE” a location between
Gobowen & Chirk. In good ex box condition.
255
An alloy Locomotive Worksplate “BUILT BY BRITISH RAIL ENGINEERING LIMITED DONCASTER
WORKS 1982” Ex Class 56. In ex loco condition.
255A A collection of 4 BR(M) enamel Station Lift signs “GOODS LIFT ONLY”, “LIFT NOT WORKING DO
NOT TOUCH” etc, “BEFORE MOVING THE LIFT CARE MUST BE (6 lines of text) WHICH WOULD
FOUL THE LIFT SHAFT” & “NO PERSON IS ALLOWED” etc. All in good service condition.
****
The Following Lots 256 to 272 are being sold on behalf of D.B.Schenker and are all supplied
with their appropriate Certificates. All Sizes are approximate.
256
A brass Nameplate “Castell Caerfili” 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 is now owned by DRS. In ex loco condition. Size 75 ½” x 7
¼”.
257
An alloy nameplate “North Yorkshire Moors Railway” as carried by 31439. Named in September
1992 to mark the twinning of BR with the Light Railway. Name removed in August 1999. 31439 was
withdrawn in August 1999 and cut up by C J Booth of Rotherham. In ex loco condition. Size 53” x
15”.
258
An alloy nameplate “Resolve” as carried by 47769. Name applied in August 1993
as one of locos in RES Fleet. Name removed when loco sold to Riviera Trains. In ex
loco condition with damage to bolt holes. Size 39 ½” x 9 ¾”.
259
An alloy nameplate “Mam Tor” as carried by 60082. Name applied in October 1991, named after a
mountain in High Peak near Edale. Name removed in May 2014. 60082 was stored at Crewe DMD.
In ex loco condition. Size 33 ¼” x 9 ¾”.
260
An alloy nameplate “Thorpe Marsh Power Station” as carried by 56077. Named in September 1990
to mark the 35000 trainload of coal to arrive at the power station since it’s opening in 1963. Name
removed in January 2000. 56077, was stored at Crewe DMD and is for sale. In ex loco condition.
Size 51 ¼” x 17 ½”.
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261
A set of alloy nameplates “Progress Manchester Airport” as carried by 47726. Named in November
1995 to mark the 1995 Chartered Institute of Transport conference held at Manchester Airport.
Progress was adopted to show the progress made in Public Transport in Manchester. Name
removed in November 2002. 47726 was withdrawn in October 2002 and cut up by EMR Kingsbury
in April 2007. 51 ¾” x 9 ¾” and 33 ¼” x 9 ¾”.
****
The next two items are uncarried nameplates, which were produced but never fitted to a
Locomotive.
262
An alloy nameplate “Steelworker” cast for Railfreight Distribution for application to a Cardiff loco
involved in steel traffic. Size 59” x 9 ¾”.
263
An alloy nameplate “British Steel Shotton’ cast for Railfreight Distribution for application to a Cardiff
based loco. Size 59” x 17 ¾”.
264
An alloy Nameplate “Lafarge Quorn” as carried by 66002. Named in March
2003, marks the twinning with major Customer Tarmac, removed in April 2014. In ex
loco condition but some bending on removal. Size 29 ½” x 11 ¾”.
265
An alloy nameplate “Glengarnock” as carried by 37111. Named in July 1986 as one of a series of
steel associated names, named after BSC Glengarnock. Removed in September 1996. 37111 was
withdrawn in august 1998 and cut up by HNRC at Kingsbury in July 2003. In ex loco condition. Size
51 ½” x 9 ¾”.
266
An alloy nameplate “Rising Star” as carried 67027. Named in September 2002 and removed in April
2014. In ex loco condition. Size 29 ¾” x 11 ¾”.
267
An alloy nameplate “William Wilberforce” as carried by 60046. Name applied December 1990
named after the Slavery abolitionist, removed in May 2014. 60046 was stored at Crewe DMD. In ex
loco condition. Size 73 ¼” x 9 ¾”.
268
An alloy nameplate “Intercontainer” as carried by 90131. Name applied in February 1997 named to
celebrate the strong links with Intercontainer who had been a customer for 20 years. Removed in
June 2000. 90131 is stored at DBS Crewe. In ex loco condition. Size 51 ¾” x 9 ¾”.
269
An EWS “BRASS BEASTIE” in carried condition. These ‘beasties’ were applied to a very limited
number of locomotives 60500 and 37401 being two examples. A rare opportunity to acquire one of
these with official paperwork. In ex loco condition. Size 23” x 15 ½”.
270
An alloy Crowsfoot, ex 920XX. In ex loco condition.
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271
An alloy works plate “Brush Traction No. 943” as carried by 60041 “HIGH
WILLHAYS”. Built in May 1991 initially allocated to Toton stored at Toton from
December 2009. In superb ex loco condition. This represents the first opportunity to
acquire one of these works plates with documentation. Size 9 ¾” x 6”.
272
An alloy Nameplate “BRITANNIA” from the washing facility at Crewe DMD. Size 52 x 11 ¾”.
273
An alloy Locomotive Worksplate “BRUSH TRACTION LOCOMOTIVE No.1096 – 1995” the back
marked ‘Ex 92 039. The plate is in ex loco condition.
274
A Midland Railway/LMS Double Home Ground Signal. The main components of this signal, arm
Midland Railway and it retains its pointing hand to base. The face plates are the later LMS type. This
signal is complete and in good working order and ready for the Garden. An unusual Signal!
275
A BR(M) enamel Totem “WALSALL” f/f with some minor face scratching/mottling and the outside
edge has been touched up, otherwise in good condition.
275A A First World War Railway Service Badge “GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY”. In good condition. A
Scarce Badge!
276
A chromed, brass Diesel Worksplate “BUILT BY THE BIRMINGHAM RAILWAY & WAGON CO. LTD
SMETHWICK ENGLAND 1960 SERIAL No.DEL115” ex 33015, new September 1960 to Hither Green
and later Eastleigh, it was withdrawn in July 1989 after catching fire near Exeter and was cut up by
Vic Berry at Leicester in December 1990. The plate is in unrestored condition with slight damage to
the left hand corner.
277
A Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Block Instrument, the top stamped “LYR 141” and it still retains
it’s LYR brass location plate “HALL ROAD” a location on the Liverpool to Southport line. In ex box
condition.
278
A framed & glazed Carriage Print “TEWKESBURY GLOUCESTERSHIRE” from a painting by Claude
Buckle, in original type frame and in good condition.
279
A Great Western Railway Station Platform Seat with two GWR scroll pattern Seat Ends together
with wooden slats for the seat & back rails. In very good unrestored, ex Station condition.
280
A Great Western Railway brass Locomotive Cabside “5031” ex GWR Collett 4-6-0 Castle Class
‘Totnes Castle’ new Swindon works May 1934 and allocated to Stafford Road 9Wolverhampton) it
then spent a few years at Chester and then returned to Stafford Road, later moving to Oxley. It was
withdrawn there in October 1963 then cut up at Cohen’s, Swansea in May 1964. The plate is in face
restored some time ago condition.
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281
A Pictorial enamel Advertising sign “MIDLAND COUNTIES ICE CREAM” depicting a Boy holding an
Ice Cream Tub & Spoon. Some face chipping & edge rusting otherwise in good condition. Size 31
½” x 24”.
282
A North British Railway Handlamp brass plated “BULPITTS PATENT” and clearly stamped “NBR
5141”. In good unrestored condition.
283
A cast iron Shedplate 89D Oswestry January 1961 to September 1963. The plate is in totally ex loco
condition.
284
A framed & glazed Signalbox Diagram “ONIBURY STATION” dated ‘BRWR Signal Dept Reading
16/3/61’. A location between Craven Arms and Bromfield
285
A Pair of LMS Stannier brass Gauge Glass Covers, both in good ex loco condition.
285A A Tyers No.6 brass/steel single line Tablet “SNETTISHAM – HEACHAM” from a section on the
former Kings Lynn to Hunstanton line. In very good condition.
286
A brass Locomotive Worksplate “NORTH BRITISH LOCOMOTIVE COMPANY LTD GLASGOW 1926
QUEEN’S PARK WORKS No.23447” ex LMS 0-6-0 Jinty Tank number 47368 built in 1926 and
sheded at Holyhead 6J. It was withdrawn in 1964 and was scrapped at Birds, Long Marston. The
plate is in face restored only condition with a slight score mark to the front of the plate.
287
An alloy Key Token “WESTBURY – WELSHPOOL” a Cambrian Section. In ex box condition.
288
An enamel Advertising sign “PARK DRIVE PLAIN & CORK TIPPED” red/white on blue with minor
edge rusting/chipping otherwise in good condition.
289
A cast iron sign “GN&GE JOINT RAILWAY THIS BRIDGE IS INSUFFICIENT TO CARRY HEAVY
WEIGHTS OR WEIGHTS BEYOND THE ORDINARY TRAFFIC OF THE DISTRICT” etc. In good
unrestored condition.
290
A Locomotive Smokebox plate “42083” ex BR (LMS Design) Fairburn 2-6-4 Tank (4MT) new
Brighton works February 1951, allocated to NER areas at Darlington & Whitby and finally
Normanton. It was withdrawn in October 1967 and cut up in November 1967. The plate is in ex loco
condition on the front, the soot has been lightly cleaned on the back there is also a BR(S) triangle to
the back.
291
A BR(M) double sided enamel Station sign “SUBWAY TO TICKET OFFICE STRAIGHT AHEAD”
and “PLEASE SHOW TICKETS” with left facing feathered arrow on the other side. Complete with
hanging hooks.
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292
A Derwent Valley Light Railway Crossing Gate Lamp with oval embossed makers plate “MCKENZIE
& HOLLAND LD RAILWAY SIGNAL ENGINEERS WORCESTER” complete with four red bullseye
lenses set in brass bezels. This lamp lacks it’s interior but still a Scarce lamp in very good condition.
The DVLR ran from York (Layerthorpe) to Cliff Common East of Selby and opened in 1913.
293
A cast iron Shedplate 6J Holyhead March 1952 to December 1966. The plate is in unrestored
condition.
294
A cast iron “SC” Self Cleaning plate as fitted to Smokebox Doors of Locomotives with Self Cleaning
Smokeboxes. In restored condition.
295
A BR(S) enamel Totem “DORCHESTER WEST” f/f with some slight mottling and minor edge rusting,
otherwise in good ex station condition.
296
A Great western Railway Tapper Block Bell with it’s ‘R.E.Thompson’ makers plate. In very good ex
box condition.
297
An alloy Key Token “BORTH – ABERYSTWYTH”. In good unrestored ex box condition.
298
A wooden sign with cast iron letters “LNER BEWARE OF PROPELLER” in unrestored condition.
Size 27 ½” x 20”. Ex Hull. A Very Rare Survivor!
299
A cast iron sign “GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY PRIVATE ROAD”. In very good unrestored condition .
Ex Market Drayton Station on the Crewe to Wellington line.
300
A brass Locomotive Nameplate “NEW BRUNSWICK” ex LMS Stannier Jubilee 4-6-0, 5557 it was
the first of the class to be built by North British Works No.24115 June 1934. It was renumbered to
45557 in May 1948 and spent many years at Cricklewood, also Burton On Trent, and finally Derby
where it was withdrawn in October 1964 and cut up at Cashmore’s, Great Bridge in December
1964. The plate is in very good face restored only condition.
301
A brass Locomotive Worksplate London Brighton & South Coast Railway “LB&SCR No.80 1910
BRIGHTON WORKS” ex LBSCR 4-4-2 T designed by Marsh/Billinton, its first number, No.80
later becoming SR 2080 and finally BR 32080. Depots include Three Bridges and Brighton, it was
withdrawn on the 31/3/1950 and was cut up 30/4/1950. The plate is in ex loco condition.
302
An original Painting by Eric Bottomley showing the Welshpool and Llanfair Railway Locomotive
& Train Crossing the Street in Welshpool. This picture was commissioned for Eric Doyle upon his
retirement as President of the 7 1/4” Railway Society. The painting is signed by the artist on the
front & back and date of the painting is approx 1994. A Superb Painting.
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A cast iron Shedplate 70I Southampton New Docks September 1963 to January 1966. The plate is
in totally ex loco condition with a clear BR(S) triangle to the rear.
304
A London & North Western Railway Company Royal Train issue Salad Dish, Crescent shaped cream
ware edged in Gold Leaf and displaying the Company Crest in the upper centre area. Manufactured
by Cauldon England and supplied by the London Wholesale Maple & co. Ltd. In very good
condition. A Rare Piece of China!
305
A BR(W) enamel Totem “KNIGHTON” f/f with a couple of minor face chips and minor scratching
otherwise in very good condition with good deep colour & shine. A Station on the Heart Of Wales
line from Craven Arms to Llanelly, now an unmanned Station.
305A An alloy Key Token “CHESTER No.6 – GREEN LANE XING” with brass end. In very good ex box
condition.
306
A Midland Railway Rotory Block Instrument clearly marked “MR Co.” and “Ex Garsdale” on the
Settle to Carlisle Route. In good ex box condition.
307
A North Eastern Railway wooden sign with cast letters “AMBULANCE STATION No.25” ex
Withernsea Station. This board is in ex Station condition.
308
A Southern Railway Locomotive Whistle & Valve mounted on a wooden base with attached label
“Ex 31850 Maunsell Class ‘N’ Whistle Scrapped At Redhill April 1964”. In very good condition.
309
A Cast iron Bridge Diamond (small type) “RHYMNEY RAILWAY COMPANY NOTICE THIS BRIDGE
IS INSUFFICIENT TO CARRY HEAVY MOTOR CARS THE REGISTERED AXLE WEIGHT OF ANY
AXLE OF WHICH EXCEEDS THREE TONS”. In face restored only condition. A Scarce Sign!
310
A Great Western Railway/BR(W) Elevated Home Ground Disc Signal. This was recovered from
Shrewsbury and very few of theses were used on the Western Region, making this a Scarce Ground
Signal!
310A A London & North Eastern Railway silver plated Sugar Sifter, the side clearly marked “Cladwin Ltd
Sheffield”. In very good polished condition.
311
A Pictorial enamel Advertising sign “SPRATT’S CAT FOOD PUTS PUSSY INTO FINE FORM!
SPRATT’S CAT FOOD FOR CAT & KITTENS IT’S SOLD IN PACKETS” dated ‘3/43. Some minor
edge rusting otherwise in good condition.
312
A cast iron Shedplate 6H Bangor March to 3rdOctober 1966. The plate has the smaller LMS type
lettering and is in restored some time ago condition.
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A cast iron Locomotive Worksplate “BUILT 1961 SWINDON” ex BR Class 03 Shunter. In totally ex
loco condition.
314
A London, Midland & Scottish Railway silver plated Four Pint Coffee Pot with “LMS CARS” in Art
Deco style lettering. In good condition with the usual service dents etc.
315
A BR(M) enamel Doorplate “TICKETS AND ENQUIRIES” f/f with a couple of minor edge chips
touched in otherwise excellent condition with good deep colour & shine. Size 18”x 6”.
315A A Great Western Railway silver plated Match Box Holder with Coat of Arms and full company title,
the base marked Elkington Plate England. In very good condition.
316
A brass engraved Worksplate “NO.2110 DARLINGTON 1950” ex LNER Design, BR built 4-6-0 B1
Class Locomotive 61408, the engine spending its life working from Immingham. It was withdrawn in
December 1962 and cut up in July 1963. The plate is in superb, ex loco condition.
317
A Southern Railway Sykes Oil Filled Fogman’s Signal Repeater, the brass top clearly engraved
“W.R.SYKES I.S. Co. LTD PATENT 28829” A BRASS Sykes makers plate, with two black miniature
Signal Arms and still retains it’s oil inside. In good ex box condition.
318
A Great Western Railway Edwardian Clock & Barometer, the Clock is marked on the front “GWR
KAY & CO PARIS” and the back of the movement is stamped “4133”. The silvered face of the
Barometer is also marked “GWR”, and is believed to be from the Offices at Swindon Works. This is
a Superb and unique survivor in very good condition. Height 20 ¾”.
319
A cast iron “NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY NOTICE THIS BRIDGE IS INSUFFICIENT TO CARRY
HEAVY MOTOR CARS, THE REGUISTERED AXLE WEIGHT OF ANY AXLE WHICH EXCEEDS
THREE TONS JOHN CATHLES (SECY)”. In face restored condition.
320
A Locomotive Smokebox plate “45467” ex LMS Stanier 4-6-0 5MT Black Five, new as 5467 Crewe
Works November 1938 to Carlisle Kingmoor, other allocations were Inverness, Perth, Corkerhill,
Ayr and finally Motherwell. It was renumbered to 45467 in June 1948. The loco was withdrawn in
December 1966 and cut up in April 1967 at M.C. Williams, Shettleston (Glasgow). The plate is in ex
loco condition.
320A A Midland Hotels cut glass Butter/Preserve Dish in very good condition.
321
A BR(Sc) enamel Station sign “REFRESHMENT ROOM OVER THE BRIDGE” f/f. There are a couple
of small face chips otherwise excellent colour & shine. Size 36” x 18”.
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322
A Great Northern Railway large pattern Handlamp the top and bottom both clearly stamped “GNR”
also bearing a brass plate “GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY SWINESHEAD No.7” to the side. In good
unrestored condition.
323
A cast iron Shedplate 30A Stratford 1950 to September 1962. The plate is in restored condition.
324
A cast iron Signal Gantry plate “SAXBY & FARMER LD RAILWAY SIGNAL ENGINEERS LONDON
CHIPPENHAM & CALCUTTA”. In restored condition.
325
An alloy Locomotive Headboard “THE THAMES CLYDE EXPRESS” as used from summer 1951 on
the Anglo Scottish service from St. Pancras to Glasgow St. Enoch over the Settle Carlisle route but
diverted to Glasgow Central following the closure of St. Enoch in June 1966. The board has been
restored some time ago but still carry’s the knocks and dents from its time in service.
325A A large nickel Button “T&HR” in scroll lettering (Tottenham & Hampstead Railway). In good
condition. A Scarce Button!
326
A Great Central Railway Tyers Sloping Front Permissive Block Instrument with ivorine plates “UP
LINE” and “DOWN LINE”. In very good ex box condition.
327
A very early Midland Railway Vehicle On Line Switch, the centre clearly engraved “MR”. In very
good ex box condition.
328
A Tyers No.6 Tablet Instrument believed to have been used on the Scottish Region. The Instrument
is complete and in good unrestored condition except for the veneer to the top of the case is a little
worn. A Nice Instrument and very heavy!
329
A cast iron sign “MOTOR CAR ACTS 1896 AND 1903 BRIDGE RESTRICTION NOTICE” etc, signed
“CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY S. WILLIAMSON SECRETARY OSWESTRY SALOP”. In face
restored only condition.
330
A Great Eastern Railway, wood with cast iron letters Signalbox Nameboard “WROXHAM” in
unrestored ex box condition. Size 48 ¾” x 12 ½”. This Station was known as the gateway to the
Norfolk Broads!
331
A Pictorial enamel Advertising sign “1ST SUNDAY PICTORIAL” this shows the image of a 1st Class
Carriage Door and is in white on brown/green in it’s original wood frame. In very good condition,
size 43 ¾” x 16 ½”.
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332
A London & North Western Railway Handlamp clearly stamped “CLAYDON COACHING No.1” and
“A12892” to one side and “LNWR CARR-DEPT WOLVERTON” to the other side. Complete with
LMS pattern reservoir and in restored condition.
333
A cast iron Shedplate 60B Aviemore 1950 to July 1962. The plate is in restored some time ago
condition.
334
A British Railways Double Royal Poster “WESTON SUPER MARE THE SMILE IN SMILING
SOMERSET”. In very good rolled condition.
335
An original framed & glazed Painting by Vic Welsh depicting GWR King Class 4-6-0 6000 King
George v on Shed at Old Oak Common. In very good condition. Size 27 ½” x 20 ½”.
335A A London & South Western Railway large Cart Horse Saddle Brass “L&SWR DOCKS” with the rear
pins missing but still a very Scarce Horse Brass!
336
A brass Locomotive Worksplate “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY (No.) 2489 COWLAIRS
WORKS 1920” ex D34 4-4-0 Glen Class NBR No.9490 May 1920 becoming LNER 2489 in 1923 and
62489 in February 1950. The loco was withdrawn in December 1959 and cut up in July 1960. The
plate is in face restored condition. Size 9” x 5”.
337
An alloy Key Token “MORFA MAWDDACH – BARMOUTH SOUTH”. In good ex box condition.
338
A Great Western Railway Guards Pocket Watch, the back clearly engraved “G.W.R. 01869”. In very
good condition and in working order.
339
A cast iron Bridgeplate (Great Northern & Great Eastern Joint) “GN&GE 45” from Greetwell Jct
Lincoln. In face restored only condition.
340
A cast, aluminium Diesel Depot Plaque for Brush Falcon with Falcon. An uncarried, ex stores
example. Size 17 ¾” x 17 ¾”.
341
A BR(NE) enamel Station sign “BRITISH RAILWAYS, GOODS OFFICES” f/f with some edge chips
over painted otherwise good colour & shine. Size 21” x 27”. An Unusual Sign!
342
A GNR large Somersault Lamp Case, brass plated “GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY No. 7908” and
with location plate “HARWORTH” together with its matching Interior also plated “HARWORTH”. In
very good unrestored condition.
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343
A cast iron Shedplate 40B Immingham 1950 to 6th February 1966. The plate is in totally ex loco
condition.
344
A (London & North Western Railway) cast iron Signalbox Backboard plate “FROM ST. HELENS” in
face restored only condition.
345
A BR(W) enamel Totem “KINGHAM” h/f with a couple of small face chips repaired and some edge
rusting restored otherwise excellent deep colour & shine.
345A A section of Severn & Wye Railway Company Tramway Rail. An Early example.
346
A London & North Eastern Railway brass Locomotive Worksplate “L&NER 3524 DONCASTER
WORKS 1911” with over plate “3524” ex J6 64173 a long time Copley Hill engine. The plate is in
unrestored condition, there is however some slight damage to the left hand end of the over plate.
347
An alloy Key Token “NEWTOWN – WELSHPOOL” a Cambrian section. In very good ex box
condition.
348
A Cambrian Railway wooden Warehouse sign “NOTICE THE LOADING ON THE DECK OF THIS
WAREHOUSE IS NOT TO EXCEED 2 TONS PER SQUARE YARD BY ORDER” with cast letters, ex
Talgarth. In good condition.
349
A Great Western Railway cast iron, double paragraph, bi-lingual Trespass Notice in English/Welsh.
In unrestored chocolate & cream paintwork.
350
An alloy Virgin Voyager Nameplate “SOMERSET VOYAGER” built 2000 by Bombardier in Bruge,
Belgium, it was originally named Maiden Voyager. This was removed on the loss of franchise and is
still in traffic. The plate is in good ex loco condition.
350A A Victorian Sherry Glass etched in full “LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY COMPANY” with
Coat of Arms to the centre. In Superb Condition!
351
An enamel Posterboard Heading “I W CENTRAL RAILWAY” (Isle Of Wight Railway), white on red
with some minor edge rusting & screw hole chipping and one large chip to the right hand end
affecting the ‘Y’ otherwise in good condition. Size 26” x 5 ½”. A Very Rare Poster Board Heading!
352
An LNER (GER pattern) Sliding Knob Handlamp clearly stamped “KING’S LYN No.207” with correct
pattern reservoir and in good condition.
353
A cast iron Shedplate 66E Carstairs June 1960 to August 1963. The plate is in ex loco condition.
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354
A London Brighton & South Coast Railway Oak Waiting Room Chair in lovely polished condition, the
underneath clearly branded “LB&SCR”.
355
A BR enamel Roundel “HAMILTON SQUARE” from a Station on the Mersey Railway. Some edge
chipping/rusting otherwise good deep colour & shine.
355A A South Eastern Railway Guards Pocket Watch, the back clearly engraved “SER 2421”. In very
good condition and in working order.
356
A brass Locomotive Worksplate “BR-E 61109 1948” ex LNER Design 4-6-0 Thompson B1 No.1109
NB Works No.25865 – 1946 renumbered to 61109 in October 1948. Sheds include Neasden,
Stratford and Sheffield Darnell. It was withdrawn in December 1962 and cut up in February 1963.
The plate is in face restored only condition.
357
A Great Western Railway cast iron Doorplate “LADIES ROOM” in pre-grouping style with raised
border. In very good unrestored chocolate & cream paintwork. Size 19 ¾” x 5”.
358
A Great Western Railway brass Cash Bag plate “GWR DAWLISH” this is still attached to it’s leather
backing and is in good ex service condition.
359
A GWR wood with cast iron letters Station sign “TO THE GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY BOOKING
OFFICE” with pointing hand, this is thought to be from Salisbury as that had both LSWR & GWR
occupations at the main station. The board has had the beading repaired and has been restored to
its former glory. A photograph of it in unrestored condition is with this lot.
360
A Locomotive Smokebox plate “92035” ex BR Standard Class 9F 2-10-0 new Crewe Works
December 1954 allocated to New England then Frodingham & Immingham. It was withdrawn
in February 1966 and cut up at Wards, Killamarsh in April 1966. The plate is in superb ex loco
condition.
361
An enamel Advertising sign “LIBRARY AGENCY OF THE SUNDIAL CIRCULATING” double sided,
white/black on yellow with some chipping & edge rusting. Size 19 ¾” x 8”.
362
An LNER 3 Aspect Guards Handlamp, brass plated LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY HIGH
ST SIGNAL BOX LINCOLN” in very good unrestored condition.
363
A cast iron Shedplate 71I Southampton Old Docks 1950 to July 1963. The plate is in face restored
only condition some time ago, the back is in ex loco condition with a clear BRS Triangle.
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A Great Western Railway 12” Face Drop Box Fuse Clock, the face is lettered “BR(W)” and the side
still retains it’s ivorine number plate “GWR 414”. This Clock was used at Drws-Y-Nant Signalbox on
the Ruabon to Barmouth line. This was acquired by Mr. Hughes the last Signalman when the box
was closed. The clock is in good working order with Pendulem & original Key.
365
A BR(M) enamel Totem “DEGANWY” f/f with a couple of small face & edge chips and some minor
scratches and one repair to the bottom panel, otherwise good deep colour & shine.
365A A London & North Western Railway Half Pint silver plated Tankard, clearly engraved “L&NWR Co.”
with Britannia and “CREWE REFRESHMENT ROOM”. In very good, used condition.
366
A Great Northern Railway Signalbox Switching Out Box Instrument. An excellent example of one of
these Instruments!
367
An alloy Key Token “CAERSWS – TALERDDIG” a Cambrian section. In ex box condition.
368
A Southern Railway enamel Station Target sign “CHARING” on its original backing board. This has
had several repairs to the front including above the ‘H’ and at the right hand end otherwise it is in
good ex Station condition.
369
A cast iron Gate sign “GREAT WESTERN & MIDLAND JOINT COMMITTEE NOTICE BY 8 VIC.
CAP.20.S.75. ANY PERSON NOT FASTENING THIS GATE AFTER HAVING PASSED THROUGH IS
LIABLE TO A PENALTY OF FORTY SHILLINGS” in restored condition with a repair to the bottom
right hand corner.
370
A Great Western Railway cast iron Cabside “3641” ex GWR Collett 57xx 0-6-0 PT new Swindon
works October 1939 to Swansea East Dock never re-allocated it was withdrawn in August 1962
and stored here until sold to Hayes Bridgend in October 1963 and cut up within days of arrival. The
plate is in face restored only condition.
370A An alloy Key Token “CRICCIETH – PWLLHELI EAST” in good ex box condition.
371
A BR(W) enamel Station sign “PLATFORM 7” f/f with some very minor edge chipping otherwise in
very good condition with good deep colour & shine. Size 24” x 18”.
372
An LMS small Office or Waiting Room Wall Lamp complete with reservoir and glass chimney. In
good unrestored condition.
373
A cast iron Shedplate 71G Bath S & D, 1950 to February 1958, and Weymouth February 1958 to
September 1963. The plate is in unrestored ex loco condition back and front.
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374
A BR Double Royal Poster “THE FIRTH OF CLYDE” by John. S. Smith, showing Lighthouse and
Ships. This has some folds otherwise in very good condition.
375
A BR enamel Doorplate “ISOLATION TELEPHONE” f/f with some edge/screw hole chipping
otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 11 ½” x 3 ½”.
375A A First World War Railway Service Badge “UNDERGROUND” in good condition. A Scarce Service
Badge!
376
A brass Locomotive Worksplate “LMS BUILT 1925 ST. ROLLOX” the back is marked ex ‘Fowler
0-6-0 44 186’. The loco was new as 4186 in March 1925, sheds include Saltley, Stratford-On-Avon,
Northampton &Crewe South. It was withdrawn at Barrow in October 1963 and cut up during April
1965 after being stored for 18 months. The plate is in face restored condition.
377
A cast iron (Isle Of Axholme Joint Railway) Gate Notice “THIS GATE MUST BE KEPT SHUT” in
unrestored condition. A Very Scarce Gate Notice!
378
A cast iron sign “GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY CO. (I) (Ireland) HEREBY GIVE PUBLIC WARNING
TO ALL PERSONS NOT TO TRESPASS UPON THIS RAILWAY TRESPASSERS WILL BE
PROSECUTED” in good unrestored condition.
379
A Great Western Railway round base Tubular Post Signal Finial in good unrestored condition.
380
A Great Western Railway cast iron Signalbox Nameboard “WINDMILL END JUNCTION SIGNAL
BOX”. The board is in very good unrestored condition. A location on the Bumble Hole branch
between Old Hill & Blowers Green in the Black Country. Size 114” x 8 ¾”.
380A A North Stafford Railway brass Shunters Horn clearly engraved “NSR” in good, unpolished
condition.
381
A Pictorial enamel Advertising sign “SPRATTS (in Skeletal Dog shape) BUILDS UP A DOG!” double
sided with wall fixing flange. Some minor chips and edge rusting otherwise in very good condition.
382
A BR(S) enamel Station Doorplate “PRIVATE” f/f with some edge chipping otherwise in very good
condition.
383
A Great Central Railway small cast iron Spandrel with “GCR” intertwined into the Spandrel. Ex
Sheffield Victoria Station. In very good restored condition. Scarce!
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384
A Midland Railway oak Waiting Room Chair in lovely polished condition with red velvet upholstered
seat pad and Gothic “M” in the back rail.
385
A brass Locomotive Nameplate “LANARKSHIRE” ex LNER D49 Shire Class 4-4-0 Gresty Design
new December 1927 from Darlington as 2705 it was renumbered 62 705 in May 1948 and allocated
to Haymarket. It was withdrawn here in November 1959 and cut up in January 1960. The plate is in
face restored condition, the back is in ex loco condition.
385A A BR Illuminated Signalbox Diagram “SALOP GOODS JUNCTION” with all its wiring, some damp
staining to bottom half but otherwise still presentable. A local Crewe Diagram.
386
A brass Locomotive Worksplate “SIR W.G.ARMSTRONG WHITWORTH & CO. (ENGINEERS) LTD
No.1189 – 1935 SCOTSWOOD WORKS NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE” ex LMS Black Five 45 148 new
June 1935 to Crewe North , also Crew South, Edge Hill, Holyhead. Longsight etc. It was withdrawn
at Kingmoor in December 1965 and cut up at the Motherwell Machinery Scrap Co., Wishaw June
1966. The plate is in restored some time ago condition.
387
An alloy Key Token “CAERSWS - NEWTOWN” a Cambrian section. In ex box condition.
388
A Great Western Railway large folding, alloy Key Token Holder from Newtown Box on the Cambrian
line. In good, used ex service condition.
389
A (London & North Western Railway) wood with cast iron letters Station sign “BOOKING & WAITING
HALL” double sided and in good ex Station condition. Size 39 ½” x 11 ½”.
390
A Locomotive Smokebox plate “48149” ex LMS Stanier 8F 2-8-0 built 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.
391
An enamel Advertising sign “OFFICIAL QUARTERS N.C.U. NATIONAL CYCLISTS UNION LTD”
yellow on black with some minor screw hole & edge chipping otherwise good deep colour & shine.
392
A Great Eastern Railway sliding knob Handlamp clearly stamped “ISLEHAM” a location on the GER
Branch from Cambridge via Mildenhall. The lamp is in unrestored condition.
393
A cast iron Shedplate 75D Horsham 1950 to July 1959. The plate is face restored to the front, the
back is in ex loco condition.
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394
A Great Western Railway 12” fuse Drop Box wall Clock with GWR Roundel pattern face (restored)
and retains its ivorine number plate to the side “GWR 1501”, complete with pendulum and winder
key.
395
A BR(W) enamel Doorplate “PRIVATE” f/f with a screw hole chip repaired and some minor edge
rusting otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 18” x 3 ½”.
396
A London & North Western Railway Fletchers Block Instrument “WITTON GOODS”. In good ex box
condition.
397
An alloy Key Token “TALERDDIG - MACHYNLLETH” a Cambrian section. In very good ex box
condition.
398
A Great Western Railway Dunces Hat Signal Finial in very good, unrestored condition.
399
A Steam Locomotive Smokebox Door ex LMS Stannier Black 5 ‘44803’. The engine was neew
Derby Works in June 1944 as LMS 4803 and was renumbered 44803 in December 1948, allocations
include Belle Vue and Newton Heath. It was withdrawn at Newton Heath in June 1968 and cut up
at Drapers, Hull in September 1968 where this was acquired from. The Door retains all its fittings
and is in very good restored condition. PLEASE NOTE: The Smokebox numberplate attached to the
door is a replica!
400
A brass Locomotive Nameplate “RIVER ADADA” EX Nigerian Railways 3ft 6ins gauge River Class
2-8-2 No.182 built North British Railway Company No.2730-1954. The Class comprised of 121
loco’s, was introduced 1947 and was presumed scrapped. In face restored only condition. Size 45”
x 9”.
400A A brass No.9 Single Line Key Token “PWLLHELI – PORTMADOC” a Cambrian Coast Line Location.
In good ex box condition.
401
An enamel Advertising sign “AA HOTEL” black on yellow with slight face & edge chips otherwise
good colour & shine.
402
A Great Central Railway pattern small bullseye Handlamp stamped “LNE-C 10097” and brass
plated “BR(E) EDWINSTOWE No.22960”. In restored condition.
403
A cast iron Shedplate 12B Carlisle Upperby January 1950 to December 1966. The plate is in
restored Condition.
404
A BR(S) enamel Station sign “PLEASE SHOW TICKETS” with a couple of face chips and some edge
rusting otherwise in very good condition. Size 16” x 10”.
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405
A collection of Great Western Railway brass Signalbox Lever plates
405A An LNER silver plated Cocktail Stirrer by Walker & Hall. In very good condition. An Unusual Item!
406
A Great Northern Railway Signalbox Telegraph Instrument with sloping shelf, clearly stamped “919”
also with a brass circuit holder to the side containing a card for Doncaster to Greetwell Jcn. listing
Stations in between. In very good ex box condition.
407
A BR(W) Ground Frame Key with large Bakelite plate “TOWYN G.F. KEY” a Cambrian Coast
location. In very good ex box condition.
408
A framed & glazed Carriage print “BOURTON-ON-THE WATER” by Claude Buckle. In original type
frame & in good condition.
409
A large ornate cast iron Crane plate “J BOOTH & BROS LTD ENGINEERS RODLEY NR LEEDS”
with clipped corners and ornate pattern to either end. This is from a small mounted Hand Crane in
unrestored condition. Size 65 ½” x 9 ¼”.
410
A Great Eastern Railway Rotating Ground Disc Signal with makers plate “W.R.SYKES
INTERLOCKING SIGNAL CO.”. In good condition. A Very Rare Ground Signal!
410A A pair of London & North Western Railway Keys and Brass Key rings marked “L.N.W.R. PAY OFFICE
CARR DEPT” and “L.N.W.R. No.11”. Both in very good condition.
411
A BR(M) enamel Station Running-In-Board “BANK HALL” f/f with some chipping and edge rusting
otherwise good ex station condition.
412
A Great Western Railway three aspect brass collared Handlamp in very good restored condition.
413
A cast iron Shedplate 26C Bolton 1950 to September 1963, also a sub shed to Horwich Works. The
plate is in unrestored condition.
414
A (London & North Western Railway) cast iron Signlabox Backboard plate “CHESTER STARTING” in
very good face restored only condition.
415
A small framed & glazed selection of North Staffordshire Railway Pay Checks “P206 NSR”, “NSR
2380G”, “NSR C WK” & “NSR G” together with a Signalbox Shelf Plate “NSR No.10”. A Rare
Selection!
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415A A London & North Western Railway wooden Station Ticket Cupboard with roller shutter front
and complete with all the ticket dispensers and clearly marked “LNWR”. In very good ex Station
condition. Ex Garstang & Catterall Station.
416
A brass Diesel Locomotive Worksplate “YORKSHIRE ENGINE CO. LIMITED No. 2864 MEADOWHALL WORKS 1962 SHEFFIELD” ex Appleby Frodingham Steelworks Scunthorpe 0-6-0 Janus DE
Shunter No.9. In face restored only condition.
417
An alloy Key Token “BUTTINGTON CROSSING – WESTBURY” from the GWr & LNWR Joint Line
between Shrewsbury & Welshpool. In good ex service condition.
418
A Station or Travel Agents wooden display model of the APT Advanced Passenger Train in excellent
boxed condition. These are hard to find still boxed! A Great Model just like the Real One standing
outside!
419
A cast iron London Midland & Scottish Railway Viaduct plate “LM&SR 2”. In good unrestored
condition.
420
A Great Western Railway brass Locomotive Cabside “7724” ex Collett Design 57xx 0-6-0 PT new
Kerr Stuart Works July 1930 (last in batch) and allocated to Gloucester, it spent it’s BR days at
Pontypool Road shed and was withdrawn at Swindon Works in October 1962 and cut up there in
December 1962. The plate is in face restored only condition.
420A A BR(W) nickel Lion Over Wheel Cap Badge “TICKET COLLECTOR”. In very good condition.
421
A London Transport enamel Station sign “WEST RUISLIP” from a bulls eye station sign. Some minor
chipping otherwise in good ex Station condition.
422
An LNER (Great Central Railway) small Loco Inspectors Handlamp clearly stamped “L.N.E.R.” and
brass plated “T.Hancock Colk” (Colwick). In unrestored condition.
423
A cast iron Shedplate 75E Three Bridges 1950 to June 1964. The plate is face restored with a clear
BR(S) triangle to the rear.
424
A Shropshire & Montgomery Railway wooden with cast iron letters sign “SW” (Sound Whistle). This
was recovered from the S & M line at Melverley when the line closed. In very good condition.
425
A BR(S) enamel Totem “STONEGATE” h/f with a crease repair between the ‘T’ & ‘O’ and has had a
strengthening bar put on the back, some discolouration to the white edge and lettering, otherwise in
good condition.
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425A A small nickel Button Wirral Railway with Horn to the centre, in very good condition. A Rare Button!
426
A brass Locomotive Worksplate “NORTH BRITISH LOCOMOTIVE COMPANY LTD GLASGOW
No.25854 – 1946” ex LNER Thompson 4-6-0 B1 Class new as LNER 1098 to Stratford and later
Immingham. Renumbered to 61098 in August 1948 it was withdrawn at Immingham in July 1965
and cut up in October 1965. The plate is in totally ex loco condition.
427
An alloy Key Token “DOVEY JCT – TOWYN” a Cambrian Coast section. In good ex box condition.
428
A BR(W) enamel Poster Board Heading “BRITISH RAILWAYS” with minor screw hole repairs
otherwise in excellent condition. Size 27” x 4”.
429
A Great Western Railway square based, wooden post Signal Finial, base marked “Ex Dovey Jct” a
Cambrian line location. In restored condition.
430
A set of early 1950s Traffic Lights complete with post and all original glasses. These lights came
from Rosemary Hill Road at Little Aston in Staffordshire and were from the last junction with this
type of lights in the country.
431
An enamel Advertising sign “GET YOUR PLAYERS PLEASE HERE” white on blue, double sided with
minor edge chipping otherwise in very good condition. Size 16” x 16”.
432
A Great Western Railway two aspect Level Crossing Gate Lamp complete with interior and fixed to
a special pivoting bracket to give direct light on a skew crossing. The Lamp, Interior and bracket are
all marked “GWR”. This came from Pontesbury on the Minsterley Branch. Very Unusual!
433
A cast iron Shedplate 5B Crewe South 1950 to 6/11/1967. The plate is in face restored only
condition.
434
A framed & glazed BR Quad Royal Pictorial Poster “BLUE TRAINS FOR SERVICE QUUEN STREET
AIRDRIE, BALLOCH, HELENSBURGH AND BRANCHES NOW ALSO BETWEEN GLASGOW
CENTRAL CATHCART CIRCLE KIRHILL MOTHERWELL AND NELSON” with striking image of Blue
EMU by Terrance Cuneo. Some slight edge staining and a tear to the left hand side otherwise in
very good condition. Size 55” x 45”.
435
A Great Western Railway brass cased Tyers shelf mounted, lower quadrant, semaphore distant
Signal Repeater in good ex box condition.
435A A large brass Button “THE BIRKENHEAD RAILWAY COMPANY” full title around Locomotive and
Ship to the centre. In very good condition. A Rare Button!
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436
A cast iron Locomotive Worksplate “64760 – 1928” ex LNER Gresley J39 Class 0-6-0 new as 4760
in September 1928 Darlington Works, renumbered to 64760 in July 1948 it was allocated to Ardsley,
Leeds during BR days (1948 – 1962). It was withdrawn November 1962 and cut up February 1963.
The plate is in face restored only condition.
437
An alloy Tyers No.6 single line Tablet “CASTLEROCK – BELLARENA” from the Coleraine to Derry
section of the Belfast & Northern Counties route. In good ex service condition.
438
A BR Flame Cut Cabside Panel “47 214” mounted in a wooden frame. In ex loco condition. Size 29”
x 9 ¾”.
439
A cast iron Trespass sign “CHESHIRE LINES COMMITTEE NOTICE ANY PERSON TRESPASSING
ON THIS RAILWAY WILL BE PROSECUTED BY ORDER”. In very good restored condition.
440
An LMS cast iron Locomotive Buffer complete from an LMS Black 5 Class Locomotive cut up at
Drapers, Hull.
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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 Nameplate “Bont Y Berno” as carried by 37 402, named in February 1994 to commemorate
the refurbishment of Barmouth Bridge, name removed in March 2011. 37 402 was withdrawn in
September 2007 and is now stored by DRS. In ex loco condition. Size 51 ½” x 9 ¾”.
442
An alloy Nameplate “Loughborough Grammar School” as carried by 47 146. Named in May 1995 to
mark the 500th anniversary of the school, name removed in January 2000. 47 146 was withdrawn in
August 1998 and scrapped by Booths, Rotherham in June 2006. In ex loco condition. Size 65 ½” x
17 ½”.
443
An alloy Nameplate “The Enterprising Scot” as carried by 47 742. Named in July 1995 to recognise
Bill Cockburn the Chief Executive of Royal Mail, removed in November 2001. 47 742 was withdrawn
in November 2001 from Toton and cut up by European Metal Processing, Kingsbury in May 2007. In
ex loco condition.
444
An alloy Nameplate “Peak National Park” with its Badge as carried
by 37684. Named in October 1991 to mark the 40th anniversary of the Peak National
Park, removed in December 2010. 37684 was withdrawn in September 2007 and cut
up by Booth Rotherham in January 2010.
Both plates are in ex loco condition. Size 73 ¼” x 9 ¾”, Badge size 11 ¾” x 11 ¾”.
445
An alloy Nameplate “High Peak” as carried by 60002. Named in February 1998
and removed in April 2014. 60002, is stored at Toton and is up for sale.
In ex loco Condition. Size 45 ¼” x 9 ½”.
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446
An alloy Nameplate “University Of Surrey” as carried by 73117. Named in
July 1987 to mark the 21st anniversary of the Founding of the University, removed in
January 1999. 73117, was withdrawn in January 1999 and is now privately owned. In
ex loco condition. Size 72 ¾” x 9 ¾”.
447
An alloy Nameplate “Poste Restante” as carried by 47774. Named in august 1993 as
a standard RES plate, removed in July 2002. 47774 was withdrawn in June 2002 and
cut up by HNRC at Crewe in March 2006. In ex loco condition. Size 73 ¼” x 9 ¾”.
448
An alloy Nameplate “C.I.T. 75th Anniversary” as carried by 86210. Named in December 1994 to
mark the 75th anniversary of the Chartered Institute of Transport, removed in June 2004, 86210, has
become 86902 and is owned by Network Rail. In ex loco condition. Size 97” x 9 ¾”.
449
An alloy Nameplate “Mary Somerville” as carried by 60051. Named in February 1991 after the
Mathematician and scientific writer after whom Sommerville College Oxford is named, removed in
April 1997, 60051, is currently stored at Toton. In ex loco condition. Size 59” x 9 ¾”.
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The next four items are plates, which have been broken or damaged on removal. They can
easily be repaired and we can provide contact details of a Company that can do the repair.
450
An alloy depot plaque for Cardiff Canton. This plate has been carried but was damaged on removal.
In ex loco condition. 17 ¾” x 17 ¾”.
451
An alloy depot plaque for Battersea Power Station. This plate has been carried but damaged on
removal. In ex loco condition. Size 17 ¾” x 17 ¾”.
452
An alloy Nameplate “British COAL Wardley Opencast” as carried by 56130
Named in October 1990 to mark the opening of a new stabling point, removed in June
1999. 56130 was withdrawn June 1999 from Immingham and cut up by Booth
Rotherham in October 2004. In ex loco condition, broken. Size 81 ¾” x 9 ¾”.
453
An alloy Nameplate “Wilton Coal Power” as carried by 56117. Named in September 1992 to mark
the opening of ICI Wilton’s power station conversion project, removed in February 1997. 56117,
was withdrawn after service in France in October 2006. Currently for sale at Eastleigh. In ex loco
condition, broken. Size 73 ¼” x 9 ¾”.
454
A coat of arms from “City Of Winchester” as carried by 73129.Named in December 1982 to mark
twinning with the City, removed in December 2004. 73129 was withdrawn in February 2002 and is
now in private ownership. In ex loco condition. Size 14 ¾” x 17”.
455
An alloy Nameplate “Drakelow Power Station” as carried by 58007.
Named in August 1990 to mark the twinning of the trainload Freight Operation with
Power Gen, removed in February 2000. 58007 was withdrawn in October 2006 & has
been working in France from June 2009. In ex loco condition. Size 51 ¼” x 17 ½”.
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455A A brass reversible LYR Document Case plate engraved “MR ASHTON DAVIES MOTIVE POWER
DEPT VICTORIA STATION MANCHESTER” and on the other side “DISTRICT LOCO SUPT NEWTON
HEATH”. A Rare Survivor!
456
A Collection of 7 Loco Control Handles: Class 47 – 47294, Class 33 – 33205, Class 37 – 37278,
Class 31 – 31180, Class 47 – 47415, Class 31 – 31403 and DMU 205 – 205016. All are mounted on
a wooden display board and are in good ex service condition.
457
An alloy Key Token “TOWYN – BARMOUTH SOUTH” a Cambrian Coast section. In ex box
condition.
458
A brass Locomotive Worksplate “SIR W.G.ARMSTRONG WHITWORTH & CO. (ENGINEERS) LTD
No.1460 – 1937 SCOTSWOOD WORKS NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE” ex LMS Black 5 45405 new
Crewe North in 1937, other sheds include Shrewsbury, Bushbury, Holyhead and Stoke-On-Trent.
It was withdrawn at Crewe South in August 1967 and cut up at Buttigiegs. The plate is in good ex
loco condition except the top one bolt hole is pulled.
459
A Great Central Railway concrete Boundry Post clearly engraved “G.C.R.” in good condition. A
Scarce Boundry!
460
A London Midland & Scottish Railway pattern Home Ground Signal complete and in good working
order. Ready For The Garden!
460A A pair of (Great North Of Scotland Railway) ornate cast iron Platform Seat Ends. There is a small
piece of Leaf decoration that has broken off one end but is with this and easy enough to repair,
otherwise in good condition.
461
A Southern Railway enamel Station sign “SOUTHERN RAILWAY (in Sunshine Lettering) NOTICE
ALL PERSONS ARE WARNED AGAINST THE PRACTICE OF THROWING STONES OR OTHER
MISSILES OVER THE WALL TO THE GLASS ROOF BELOW ANY PERSON SO OFFENDING
WILL BE PROSECUTED BY ORDER”. This has some face chips and edge rusting but still a Rare
Southern Railway Sign!
462
A framed & glazed “Bishops Castle Railway Company Mortgage Deed Deviations Act 1865 No.45 =
£500 stamped 14-2-1866 London with Interest Warrants”. Some damp staining/creases/small tears
and dated 1866/1868/1869 otherwise in good condition. A Rare Survivor from this small Railway!
463
A cast iron Shedplate 8E Northwich April 1958 to 3/1968. In restored condition.
464
An enamel Advertising sign “PLAYERS NAVY MIXTURE” green/black on white, in a wooden frame in
good condition. Size 14” x 5”. An unusual small sign!
465
A collection of four BR Bakelite Signalbox Shelf Repeaters, including Signal & Points etc. In good ex
box condition.
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465A A medium gilt Button “LB&SC & OEUST” with Anchor to the centre and Rope edges. In very good
condition.
466
A brass Locomotive Worksplate “NORTH BRITISH LOCOMOTIVE COMPANY LTD GLASGOW
No.24923 – 1944” ex WD 2-8-0 originally WD 849 then 70849 and finally BR 90315. Depots include
Gloucester, Banbury, Warrington, Lancaster Green Ayre, Agecroft and finally Frodingham. It was
withdrawn in November 1965 and cut up in May 1966 by Elton of Chesterfield. The plate is in
restored condition.
467
A framed & glazed Picture from Vanity Fair dated January 1894 “MEN OF THE DAY MR FREDERICK
HARRISON”. The front has a picture of the said Gentleman and is marked ‘L&NWR’ and the back
gives details of his life etc. An unusual item!
468
An enamel Bus Stop sign “SOUTHERN NATIONAL BUS STOP BY REQUEST” double sided, green
on white with some minor chipping repaired otherwise in very good condition. Size 12 ¾” x 10 ½”.
469
A cast iron Midland Railway large Trespass sign dated 1883 & signed by James Williams. In very
good restored condition.
470
A BR 1960s wall mounted Platform Ticket Machine manufactured by The Associated Automation
Ltd. This machine has an illuminated panel “PLATFORM TICKETS” to the top and “2D” marked slot.
In good ex station condition. Size 36” x 13”.
470A A brass Tablet pattern ex MR Derby Signal Works, engraved “STANDARD PATTERN FEB 1900 B
SIGNAL DEPT FITTING SHOP”. An unusual single line Tablet pattern!
471
A BR(M) enamel Station sign “BRITISH RAILWAYS (in Totem) NO SMOKING” unflanged. Some
repairs around the screw holes otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 24” x 12”.
472
An LMS (LNWR pattern) Platform Wall Lamp with original paper name label “KIKBY STEPHEN
WEST” and complete with burner, reservoir and reflector. This Lamp is in good unrestored
condition. A Location on the Settle & Carlisle Route.
473
A cast iron Shedplate 50B Neville Hill 1950 to January 1960, then Hull Dairy Coates January 1960 to
June 1967. The plate is in totally ex loco condition.
474
A Great Eastern Railway wooden, lower quadrant Distant Signal Arm & Spec plate. This has one
broken glass and the other is cracked otherwise in good, unrestored condition. A Scarce Signal
Arm!
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475
A brass Locomotive Worksplate “LMS BUILT 1918 DERBY” with engraved date. In very good face
restored only condition.
475A A Great Western Railway & London & North Western Railway Joint Horse Bridle Rosette Brass
“G.W.R. & L&N.W.R” with rear lug missing otherwise a Very Scarce Horse Brass!
476
A Great Western Railway wooden cased Signalbox Lamp In-Out Indicator with ivorine plate
“No.17”. In very good ex box condition.
477
An alloy Key Token “HARLECH – BARMOUTH” a Cambrian Coast section. In very good ex box
condition.
478
A Midland Railway wooden Home Signal Arm, old type with Spot, complete with back blinder and
pivot arm stop fittings. In good ex service condition.
479
A (London & North Western Railway) wood with cast iron letters Station sign “BOOKING OFFICE”
double sided and in good ex Station condition. Size 33 ¼” x 11 ¾”.
480
A London & North Eastern Railway pattern Home Ground Signal. In good working order and ready
for the Garden!
480A A BR(E) enamel Station Doorplate “WAITING ROOM” unfanged with some face repairs otherwise
good deep colour & shine.
481
An enamel Advertising sign “USE TESTEFAS THE NEW SAFE LAMP OIL” white on blue, double
sided with wall bracket and makers name to the bottom “PATENT ENAMEL Co.”. Some face
chipping/scratching etc. Size 13” 10”.
482
A Great Eastern Railway Platform Lamp with glass Lamp Tablet “CLAYDON”. In restored condition.
A location between Ipswich & Needham in Suffolk.
483
A cast iron Shedplate 84F Stourbridge January 1950 to September 1963. The plate is in restored
condition.
484
A cast iron Locomotive worksplate “BUILT 1950 CREWE”. Locomotives built that year include Ivatt
2-6-0 and Ivatt 2-6-2 T. The plate is in ex loco condition.
485
A BR(S) enamel Totem “STREATHAM” f/f. A couple of edge chips and some minor face scratches
otherwise good deep colour & shine.
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485A A London & North Western Railway framed & glazed Picture of 4-6-0 Locomotive “GLENDOWER”
passing Harrow on 31st May 1909 from a picture by F.E.Mackay. In a polished oak frame with
original galss and in good condition except for a little staining. Size 30” x 38”. This picture hung in
the LNWR Board Room at Euston!
486
A brass Locomotive Worksplate “LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY 61130 N.B. LOCO CO.
1946” ex LNER Thompson 4-6-0 B1 Class new as LNER 1130 from NB Loco Co. No.258886 in
1947 to Stratford and later Immingham. Renumbered to 61130 in October 1948 and was withdrawn
at Immingham in September 1962 & cut up in February 1963. The plate is in totally ex loco
condition.
487
An alloy Key Token “MACHYNLLETH – DOVEY JUNCTION” a Cambria Coast Line section. In very
good ex box condition.
488
A Great Central Railway cast iron Boundry Post clearly embossed “GCR” in good unrestored
condition.
489
A North British Railway cast iron Signal Finial. In good unrestored condition.
490
A Great Western Railway Lower Quadrant Home Signal Arm & Spec plate complete with glasses
and in very good condition.
491
A BR(W) enamel Station sign “LADIES ROOM ON PLATFORM 4” f/f. Some minor chipping
otherwise good deep colour & shine.
492
A Great Eastern Railway cast iron two aspect Level Crossing Gate Lamp ex Harwich Town. In good
ex service condition with bracket & bolts to fit gates but no lamp interior. The case is clearly marked
“GER”.
493
A cast iron Shedplate 71D Fratton 1950 to September 1954. In restored condition.
494
A brass LMS Stanier Hooter in unrestored ex loco condition. This is from a Black 5 cut up at
Drapers, Hull.
495
A Great Western Railway brass Lever Lead “No.42 GW LOOP FACING – DEAD END SIDING”. In
good ex box condition.
496
A brass Locomotive Worksplate “LMS BUILT DERBY”. The plate is in face restored only condition.
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497
An alloy Key Token “PORTMADOC – HARLECH” a Cambrian Coast Line section. In very good ex
box condition.
498
A framed & glazed Illuminated Signalbox Diagram “CUDWORTH SOUTH JUNCTION” a location
between Rotherham & Leeds. This is complete with all wiring and hanging brackets and in good ex
box condition.
499
An early alloy Road sign “CROSSING NO GATES” with outline of Engine and embossed makers
name “BRANCO SIGNS LTD”. This is in face restored only condition, the back is in ex roadside
condition.
500
An LMS Home & Distant Lineside Repeater, upper quadrant with detonator winding mechanism for
placing them on the track. A Rare piece of Signalling Equipment!
500A A Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Barrel Whistle clearly engraved “L&YR Co.”. In good used
condition.
501
A Great western Railway wooden/metal Travelling Safe with one brass plate “GWR No.33” & an
ivorine slot in plate “BRISTOL T.M. TO MORETON-IN-MARSH”. The inside contains paperwork
relating to Moreton-In-Marsh. In good ex service condition. An Unusual Item!
502
A BR(M) enamel Station sign “PARCELS AND LEFT LUGGAGE” f/f with some face chipping/edge
rusting otherwise good deep colour & shine. Size 24” x 18”. Ex Nantwich Station.
503
A cast iron Shedplate 6D Chester (Northgate) 1950 to January 1960 then Shrewsbury 1963 to
March 1967. In restored condition.
504
A BR Modern Image Station sign “CREWE” in good ex Station condition.
505
An early Great Western Railway enamel Station Doorplate “LADIES WAITING ROOM” f/f with some
touched in face chips and edge rusting. An early example!
505A A BR(NE) large Fishtail Cap Badge “TICKET COLLECTOR”. In very good condition.
506
A Barry Railway 30” enamel Somersault Signal Blade only, with double stripe and later GWR ring
attached. In ex Trackside condition. A Very Rare Survivor!
507
An alloy Key Token “DOVER JN – ABERYSTWYTH” A Cambrian Coast Location. In good ex box
condition.
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508
A (London & North Western Railway) pattern Two Lever Ground Frame ex Market Harborough. In
good used condition.
509
A cast iron Bridgeplate “GNR 7A” with double border. In restored condition.
510
A wooden Telegraph Post Top complete with cross bars and GWR marked Insulators. This one was
recovered from Radstock, Somerset. These once familiar posts are now Rarely Seen!
510A A South Eastern & Chatham Railway Horse Bridle Rosette Brass “SE&CR” with rear lug missing but
still a Scarce Horse Brass!
511
A Pictorial enamel Advertising sign “LOWE’S GARTA CARNS WITH MEAT” in yellow/red/black.
This shows Dog and Meat Box etc. Some screw hole chips & edge rusting otherwise in very good
condition. Size 24” x 17”.
512
A BR(E) Loco Headlamp complete and in very good condition.
513
A London Transport Tube Stock single sided Destination plate “RAYNERS LANE”, white on black
with brass ends. Some face chipping otherwise in good ex service condition. Size 24” x 4”.
514
An original mounted Lion & Wheel Transfer as fitted to Coaching Stock. In very good condition.
515
A London Transport Underground Destination boxed Roller Blind. In good used condition.
515A A Pictorial enamel Advertising sign “AC OIL FILTERS AND PLUGS” with Spark Plug to the centre,
in orange/yellow on blue with some minor edge rusting and minor shipping otherwise in good
condition.
516
A London & North Western Railway cast iron Signalbox Stove from Wrenbury Signalbox on the
Crewe to Shrewsbury line. This Stove is in unrestored condition and is clearly embossed “L.N.W.R.”.
A Rare Survivor!
517
A “SOUTH EASTERN & CHATHAM RAILWAY” enamel Poster board Heading, blue on cream with
some edge & face chipping but still good deep colour & shine.
518
A cast iron Rail Chair, Eastern Union Railway later GER. The bottom is recessed and it is embossed
“EUR”. A Very Rare Rail Chair!
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519
A (London & North Western Railway) wood with cast iron letters Station sign “PARCELS OFFICE”
double sided and in good ex Station condition. Size 33 ¼” x 11 ¾”.
520
A BR wooden Carriage Destination Board “THE HIGHLANDS CAR SLEEPER” black on cream. This
board was acquired from York Carriage & Wagon works and is in unused, ex stores condition.
520A A BR(M) large Fishtail Cap Badge “TICKET COLLECTOR”. In very good condition.
521
A Pictorial enamel Advertising sign “ROYAL DAYLIGHT THE PARAFIN OIL” red/white on blue with
Sun Rays, double sided with some edge rusting and wastage to wall flange otherwise in good
condition. Size 22” x 18”.
522
An LNER wooden Fire Bucket Rack with two cast iron brackets embossed “LNER”. All in good ex
service condition.
523
A Great Northern Railway cast iron Gate Notice “ANY PERSON WHO ONITS TO SHUT AND
FASTEN THIS GATE IS LIABLE TO A PENALTY NOT EXCEEDING FORTY SHILLINGS”. Attractively
face restored only.
524
A BR(W) enamel Station sign “TO PLATFORMS 1 & 2” f/f with a couple of face /edge chips
otherwise good deep colour & shine.
525
An enamel Advertising sign “RINSO SOAK THE CLOTHES – THAT’S ALL! SAVES COAL EVERY
WASH-DAY” white/black on blue/red with some edge rusting/screw hole chips otherwise good
deep colour & shine.
525A A large nickel Button “L&N.W. & MIDLAND JOINT” in very good condition.
526
An official Works Photograph, framed & glazed of a GNR Locomotive with all the Top Brass lined up
in front of the engine with Sir Nigel Gresley in the centre. A Super Photograph!
527
A cast iron Rail Chair “BRECON & MERTHYR RAILWAY DATED 1908 MACHN” The Companies
works. In good condition.
528
.A BR(M) enamel Station sign “WAITING ROOM” double sided with wall fixing brackets. Some
chipping otherwise good deep colour & shine. Ex Nantwich Station.
529
A cast iron Rail Chair Penrhyn Quarry Railway clearly embossed “P.Q.R. WP&Co. 1887”. A Nice
example!
530
A BR(Sc) enamel Station sign “WAY OUT” f/f with some minor chipping otherwise in very good
condition.
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