July 2019 Lots 401 – 450

SAT 27th July 2019 – Cedric Ford Pavilion,
Newark Showground, Notts, NG24 2NY
Viewing from 8.00am. on morning of sale – Sale starts 10.00am
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401 Edinburgh & Glasgow Railway 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “E.G. Ry. 3201”. Complete with “NBR” vessel, all fittings and glasses and restored. The E&GR opened in 1842 and amalgamated with the NBR in 1865. SOLD FOR
£650
402 LNER cast iron Station Seatback Nameplate “Glaisdale”. Face restored only 32in. long A former NER North Yorkshire station between Grosmont and Battersby. SOLD FOR
£420
403 North Eastern Railway “Way Out” enamel Sign with pointing hand. V.g.c. with fine colour and shine and in a wooden frame. 37.75x13in. o/all. SOLD FOR
£440
404 North Eastern Railway Side and Tail Brake Van Lamp. Copper plated “Almouth (sic) G No. 2”. Complete with red & clear bullseye lenses, all fittings and non-original vessel. Fine ex-service condition. Alnmouth is an ECML station and former junction for the Alnwick branch. SOLD FOR
£180
405 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “51L” (Thornaby). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£50
406 GER Signallling Interest: 8 drawings in respect of Works at Felixstowe Beach, Gas Factory Jct., Haydon Square, Hunstanton Chappel, Sudbury, Colne Valley Jct. & Warren Hill. (8). SOLD FOR
£40
407 A Brown & Jones miniature 3 aspect lever operated Handlamp. Large brass plate to face “Brown & Jones Patentees No. 5273 J. Cowdy Sole Manufacturer”. Lacks vessel otherwise complete and in working order and restored. A very scarce lamp in this size. SOLD FOR
£180
408 LYR illuminated Manuscript dedicated to Thomas Wilcock Station Master at Bacup by the Manufacturers, Tradesmen and Townspeople on his retirement after 45 years Service in June 1920. A superb item in an ornate gilded frame 24x18in. o/all. SOLD FOR
£380
409 Cast aluminium Locomotive Nameplate and aluminium Crest as fitted to the Brush Type 4DE “University of Nottingham”. Together with a naming ceremony folder dated 14th. May 1981 at Nottingham Station and large souvenir platform ticket commemorating the occasion. The nameplate is 90.5in. long and the crest is 12in. dia. SOLD FOR
£1900
410 “Gilbey’s Wines & Spirits” double sided enamel Sign. Edge chipping only otherwise v.g.c. with good colour and shine to both faces. 21x16in. SOLD FOR
£110
411 Carriage Print “Scarborough, Yorkshire” by Henry Rushbury from the LNER 1945-47 series. In an original glazed frame. SOLD FOR
£100
412 Wooden cased Signal Box Block Instrument for Up and Down Line Working with tapper and top mounted block bell. Very good ex-box condition complete with “R.E. Thompson & Co.” makers plate. SOLD FOR
£740
413 Triangular cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Nasmyth Wilson Ltd. Patricroft Manchester No. 1428 1924”. Face restored only as carried by the Great Northern Railway of Ireland SG2 Class 0-6-0 No. 15. 13.9×5.5in. SOLD FOR
£300
414 North Eastern Railway Look-Out Man’s brass Warning Horn clearly marked with the company initials. Good working order. SOLD FOR
£50
415 LNER cast aluminium and moulded perspex Hanging Station Platform Lamp, one face engraved “Finsbury Park”. Complete with suspension fittings, twin fluorescent light tubes and wiring. Please check this out before use. Very good ex-station condition (perspex and frame only). 26.5×10.5x10in. high. SOLD FOR
£340
416 A steel Locomotive Headboard. Plain face onto which special train paper reporting numbers would be pasted. Rear with lamp iron bracket is painted “Return to S.M. Cleethorpes”. Original condition. SOLD FOR
£210
417 York & Newcastle Railway 3 aspect Handlamp. The body clearly marked “Y&NR” and “S&CB” (the makers Smith & Chamberlain, Birmingham). Complete with all fittings and glasses. Restored a while ago. The Y&NR amalgamated with other concerns to form the NER in 1854. SOLD FOR
£420
418 L&NWR fully titled paper Carriage Notice “Do not throw out of the window anything that is likely to hurt men working on the line”. Britannia device to top corner. In its original “LNWR” marked glazed frame. 12×7.75in. o/all. Together with a similar LMS equivalent notice. Both in v.g.c. (2). SOLD FOR
£170
419 North Eastern Railway Sherry Glass. The face clearly etched “NER”. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£50
420 Twelve rolled LNER Drawings detailing the water softening plant at Grantham. Some are colour washed. SOLD FOR
£40
421 Eight rolled GNR Drawings showing Grantham station waiting room, carriage shed, lamp room, parcels office interior fittings and station canopy details. SOLD FOR
£40
422 LNER rolled Track Plans and Details including Peterborough North and Barkston. Good condition in the main. (6). SOLD FOR
£35
423 “South African Railways 2038 14C” cast brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate as carried by the 4-8-2 built by Alco Montreal Loco Works (63077 of 1921). SOLD FOR
£200
424 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “56A” (Wakefield). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£260
425 Sugg type copper Station Platform Lamp complete with glass globe and all fittings. Suspended below is a LNER double sided enamel horse shoe station nameplate “Wisbech” in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
£440
426 Dearne Valley Railway 3 aspect Handlamp, LYR pattern. Stamped “DVR Grimethorpe” and complete with LYR vessel, all fittings and glasses. V.g.c. and restored. n/s
427 “GCR 301” cast iron Bridge Numberplate. Face restored only. From a structure at Ruddington south of Nottingham. SOLD FOR
£110
428 LNER “Porters” cast iron Station Doorplate in nice original condition. SOLD FOR
£75
429 LNWR 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “LNWR Carr. Dept. Wolverton” and “LNWR Perry Bar Coaching No 8 A 13793”. The floor date stamped “1877”. Complete with fitings and glasses except red shade. Unrestored. SOLD FOR
£210
430 British Railways Southern Region seven tier pine Edmondson Ticket Cabinet. Each tier accepts ten rows of tickets. Inscribed “BRS” in the back. V.g.c. 37.25x19x4.75in. deep. SOLD FOR
£110
431 Wooden Train Destination Platform Finger Board lettered “Preston & Fleetwood” both sides. Ex-station condition. 54in. long. SOLD FOR
£160
432 British Railways cast aluminium Double Arrow Device as fitted to one of the company’s Electric Multiple Units. Remains of blue service paint. Mounted on a wooden panel. SOLD FOR
£110
433 Great Central Ry” cast iron Trespass Notice including the words “By Order” and an underline below the title. An uncommon pattern face restored only. SOLD FOR
£140
434 LNER engraved brass Locomotive Builders Plate “London North Eastern Railway Co. Doncaster No. 1866 1938”. Reputed to have been cast for the ‘A4’ 4-6-2 “Bittern” during its original ownership by Mr G. Drury. 13×7.5in. SOLD FOR
£160
435 LNER 3 aspect Handlamp brass plated “London & North Eastern Railway Finningley” and “Electrician”. Complete with all fittings and glasses and restored. A GN&GE location east of Doncaster. SOLD FOR
£150
436 Brass faced steel Single Line Tablet inscribed “Scotsgap – Rothbury”. V.g.c. The remote former NBR branch in Northumberland closed in Sept. 1952. SOLD FOR
£260
437 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Sudbury”. One small chip above ‘D’ otherwise very good condition. A former NSR station between Uttoxeter and Burton-on-Trent. SOLD FOR
£320
438 Cast iron Shedplate “2E” (Northampton then Saltley). Face restored only long ago. SOLD FOR
£140
439 Large paper Luggage Labels relating to railway owned hotels in Scotland. “LNER North British Station Hotel Edinburgh” (2 different); “Buchanan Street Station Hotel Glasgow” and “LMS St. Enoch Hotel, Glasgow”. V.g.c. (4). SOLD FOR
£40
440 GWR brass cased Pressure Gauge. The silvered dial inscribed “Vacuum Brake GWR” and calibrated to 30 inches of mercury. The flange stamped “GWR 31 7 95”. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£50
441 BR(Sc) double royal pictorial Poster “St. Andrews” by McIntosh Patrick. A view over the golf links towards the clubhouse and town. Folds only. SOLD FOR
£980
442 Oval cast brass Boiler Plate “Richard Garrett & Sons Ltd. Leiston England 33488 1919 180lbs”. Original condition with some bruising across the date. 7×3.25in. From a 5.5 ton traction engine. SOLD FOR
£30
443 Great Northern Railway upholstered mahogany Chair. Branded “GNR” underneath. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£45
444 “LNER 60933 Doncaster Works 1941” cast brass ‘9×5’ Locomotive Works Numberplate with replica overstrip. Face restored only as carried by the V2 2-6-2 w/d from St. Margarets Dec. 1962, stored at Bathgate and cut up by Campbells, Airdrie Sept. 1963. Only 25 of the 184 V2’s were built at Doncaster. SOLD FOR
£160
445 LNER official cast white metal Paperweight of the ‘Hush Hush’ experimental 4-6-4 locomotive No. 10000. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£340
446 Tyer’s mahogany cased Signal Box Block Bell in good working order. SOLD FOR
£65
447 Wooden Signal Box Board with applied metal letters “Harmston”. V.g.c. 35.5×9.75in. A location on the former GNR Grantham to Lincoln line. SOLD FOR
£190
448 Oval cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Beyer, Peacock & Co. Ltd. 7182 Manchester, 1946. Beyer-Garrett Locomotive Patents 298422 – 518251”. Unpainted. As carried by the South African Railways ‘GEA’ Class 4-8-2 / 2-8-4 Garrett No. 4015. n/s
449 Great Eastern Railway small wooden cased Linesman’s Amp Meter. The brass dial inscribed “GER Telegraph Department Lynn”. Complete with glass front, ring handle and terminals. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£80
450 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Kirkby”. Five re-touched face chips. Some corrosion losses and distortion to top and bottom flanges but with decent colour. A former LYR station north east of Liverpool. SOLD FOR
£290

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