July 2024 Lots 301-350

SAT 13th July 2024 – Cedric Ford Pavilion,
Newark Showground, Lincoln Rd, Notts NG24 2NY
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301 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “61A” (Kittybrewster). Unrestored. SOLD FOR
£90
302 BR(NE) fully flanged enamel Station Doorplate “Parcels & Left Luggage”. Very minor flange chipping only. Superb colour and shine. SOLD FOR
£2200
303 “Built 1952 Darlington” oval cast iron Locomotive Works Plate. Restored. Locos built that year were LMR Class 2 2-6-0 No. 46495 – 46502 and 0-6-0DE Shunter 12103 – 38. SOLD FOR
£100
304 “GN & GE 80” cast iron Bridge Numberplate from a structure between Lea and Beckingham. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£140
305 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “87A” (Neath). Unrestored. SOLD FOR
£80
306 Cast iron Locomotive Tenderplate “BR5 699 1945” as attached to the ‘WD’ 2-8-0 No. 90698 which was w/d from Sunderland July 1967 and cut up by Draper’s, Hull. The plate is face restored only. SOLD FOR
£180
307 Box of Railway silver plated Tableware. SOLD FOR
£90
308 London & North Western Railway brass Locomotive Whistle with raised casting number “YM3”. This whistle has been adapted in service for re-use on another locomotive possibly a ‘Patriot’ Class but this is only our speculation. Very good unrestored condition. 11in. o/all. SOLD FOR
£300
309 LNER cast iron Paraffin Store Doorplate “No Smoking Allowed”. V.g.c. and restored. SOLD FOR
£180
310 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Bushey & Oxhey”. One small re-touched face chip in bottom panel, general chipping to flange with small corrosion loss to one fixing hole and some very light scuffs. Good colour and shine. A former LNWR Main Line Station renamed Bushey in May 1974. SOLD FOR
£660
311 Great Northern Railway engraved brass Signal Box Instrument / Shelf Plate “Up Line To Stoke”. Stoke Signal Box was the summit of the East Coast Main Line south of Grantham. SOLD FOR
£150
312 Oval engraved brass Locomotive Worksplate “No. 62053 1948”. As carried by the K1 Class 2-6-0 built by North British Locomotive Company and new to March Depot. It was w/d December 1963 from Doncaster and cut up at the Works. Curiously the Doncaster metal tag wired to it is numbered “61095”, a B1 Class 4-6-0, this number also is chalked on the back. Totally unrestored condition. SOLD FOR
£200
313 North Eastern Railway oak cased Mantel Clock stamped in the back “NER 731”. The silvered dial with Roman numerals marked “B.R. (NE) 7117”. Ex-Chief Mechanical Engineers Office, Leeds. Complete with pendulum and key. 16.25in. tall x 12.25in wide. SOLD FOR
£250
314 British Rail cast aluminium Double Arrow Device as carried by West Coast Main Line Electric Locomotives. Ex-loco condition with much weathered crud to the back and remains of Rail Blue paint to the edges. SOLD FOR
£200
315 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “31B” (March). Face restored only. Left bolt hole extended. SOLD FOR
£80
316 Cheshire Lines Committee 3 aspect sliding knobs Handlamp. Stamped “CLC 37PE8” and brass plated “Cheshire Lines 37PE8 Hartford Signal Box”. Complete with “CLC” vessel, rape oil burner, all fittings and glasses and restored. SOLD FOR
£520
317 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway 12in. boxwood and ivorine Ruler inscribed across the face “Distance 2ft to 1 mile L&Y Dynamometer Car”. V.g.c. and scarce. SOLD FOR
£50
318 LMS Stanier brass hooter Whistle as carried by something exotic as it retains some original green paint. 17in. long. SOLD FOR
£150
319 Box of Miscellaneous Railway China and Glassware. SOLD FOR
£60
320 Midland Railway tapper Block Bell. Early pattern date stamped “1883”. Also stamped “MR Co” top and bottom front corners. Complete and in good ex-signal box condition. Nice patina. SOLD FOR
£100
321 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “53E” (Cudworth). Restored. SOLD FOR
£150
322 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “64748” as carried by the LNER Class J39 0-6-0 built at Darlington in 1928. A Gorton engine, it was w/d July 1961 and cut up at the Works. n/s
323 Cast brass Locomotive Nameplate “Una” as carried by Hunslet Engine Co. 0-4-0ST which worked at Pen Yr Orsedd Slate Quarry. Later restored at Dinorwic. The plate is face restored and polished. 8.25×3.75in. SOLD FOR
£780
324 Enamel Sign “Shepcote P. W. Gang”. Minor edge chips only. Very good colour and shine. 32.75in. long. Thought to relate to the Tinsley Marshalling Yard, Sheffield. SOLD FOR
£190
325 Cast brass Locomotive Nameplate “Tobago” as carried by the LMS ‘Jubilee’ Class 4-6-0 No. (4)5635 built at Crewe in 1934 and into traffic at Crewe North. Later moving to Derby, Edge Hill and Longsight before a 21 year stay at Newton Heath. Its final 7 months were at Kingmoor before w/d in Sept. 1964 followed by cutting up at Arnott Young, Troon. The nameplate 28.75in long is the left hand example, cleaned and polished otherwise ex-loco. n/s
326 Cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “No. 4582, 1934. The Vulcan Foundry (Limited) Newton-le-Willows Lancashire”. Face lightly restored only. As carried by the LMS Class 5 4-6-0 No. (4)5037. A Carnforth, Crewe, Bletchley and Stoke engine it was w/d Nov. 1965 and cut up by Cashmore’s, Great Bridge. SOLD FOR
£360
327 A group of Enamel Plates from the Departure Indicator at Thornton Junction Station including Cowdenbeath, St. Andrews and Bath. Also includes am and pm plates. All in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
£270
328 LNER Station Master’s Office Hanging Oil Lamp comprising brass vessel plated “LNER Tumby Woodside”, brass burner, glass chimney, large opal glass shade and brass suspension frame. The whole assembly 32in. tall. A remarkable survivor from this station on the GNR ‘New Line’ in Lincolnshire which opened in 1913 and closed in 1970. n/s
329 Single Line Key inscribed “Elton Crossing – Hassall Green”. Steel with much original nickel plating. A former North Staffs Rly section north west of Stoke. SOLD FOR
£290
330 “Great Eastern Ry.” double royal enamel Poster Board Header. Some re-touching to enamel losses mainly to the edges but worth further restoration. 26.5in. long. SOLD FOR
£200
331 Wooden Signal Box Board “Saltney Jct.” with applied cast iron letters. Ex-box condition with one frame end member missing. 56.5×10.5in. with fixing brackets. A former LNWR Signal Box near Chester. SOLD FOR
£210
332 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “6K” (Rhyl). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£140
333 Cast brass LNER ‘Speed’ Plaque produced by the NRM in 1988 to commemorate the world record speed for steam by ‘A4’ Mallard 50 years earlier. This is plaque no. 28 of 250 produced and is mounted on a polished hardwood panel. Complete with original certificate etc. SOLD FOR
£180
334 A BR(NE) “Station Master” peaked Cap with gilt wire title and gilt and wire cloth badge as worn by the S.M. at Robin Hoods Bay on closure in 1965 together with a BR(NE) “Guard” peaked cap with totem badge. Both caps in v.g.c. (2). n/s
335 “N.E.R. Station Master Saltmarshe (Wages) brass Cash Bag Label on its leather backing. V.g.c. A station east of Goole. SOLD FOR
£100
336 BR(Sc) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Newton”. Repairs to creased ‘wings’ Very good colour and shine. A former Caledonian Rly. station between Glasgow and Mossend. SOLD FOR
£480
337 Workington Cleator & Egremont Railway (LNWR & Furness) Railway Signal Co. Miniature Train Staff “Sellafield – Beckermet Mines Junction”. ‘A’ configuration No. 30. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£160
338 Diamond shaped cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “North British Locomotive Company Ltd. Glasgow 1948 No. 26214”. As carried by the (LNER) B1 Class No. 61313 new to Darnall where it remained until transfer to Canklow in 1963. W/d from there Nov. 1965 and cut up by Hughes, Bolckow, North Blyth. The plate is face restored only. SOLD FOR
£290
339 LNWR Locoman’s Gauge Glass Lamp with large brass plate “London & North Western Railway Co. Makers Locomotive Dept. Crewe” and a metal “27” disc denoting Preston MPD. Complete with “LNWR” vessel and marked porcelain burner, red and clear glasses and in fine original condition. Very scarce. SOLD FOR
£200
340 Original Painting by Barry Price titled “Ayers Rock Transformed”. It depicts the iconic Australian Tourist Attraction converted by the artist into an ‘A4’ Pacific locomotive. Oil on canvas and framed. 33.75×23.5in. o/all. A most unusual re-creation. n/s
341 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “84E” (Tyseley then Wadebridge). Restored a while ago. SOLD FOR
£100
342 Enamel Advertising Sign, double sided with wall fixing flange “Aladdin Pink Paraffin”. Minor chipping, good colour and shine. 21x14in. SOLD FOR
£130
343 A Pack of official Ephemera relating to Named Trains of the LNER / BRE and LMS / BRM Regions. Comprises 50 items together with 12 circular LNER / BR Luggage Labels. All in v.g.c. and should be viewed. SOLD FOR
£170
344 GNR 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “GNR 16388” top and body and date stamped for 1904. Brass plated “Great Northern Railway Company Burgh No. 4”. Complete with integral vessel, all fittings and glasses. V.g.c. and unpainted. Burgh-le-Marsh between Firsby and Willoughby on the East Lincs Main Line closed in October 1970. SOLD FOR
£400
345 North Eastern Railway cast brass Ashtray with ornate embossed scrollwork border and “NER” script initials to the centre. V.g.c. 4.4in. dia. SOLD FOR
£40
346 “Southern Railway” fully titled propping wagon doors enamel Sign dated Waterloo Station 1925. Chips as per photo in catalogue but very good colour and shine. 17.75×11.75in. SOLD FOR
£80
347 BR plastic cased Modular Signal Box Instrument for double line working. Location plated “Caverswall Crossing”. This box was located between Longton and Blythe Bridge on the Stoke – Derby Line. SOLD FOR
£170
348 Hexagonal engraved brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Robert Stephenson & Co. Ltd. No. 7517 Darlington Works 1950”. Face lightly restored only. As carried by the BR Class L1 2-6-4T No. 67783. It was new to Neasden, then Kings Cross before transfer to Colwick where it was w/d Dec. 1962 and cut up at Darlington. SOLD FOR
£440
349 A Locomotive Whistle with cast brass base and cast iron bell. The base embossed “6023860N”. The same number is repeated on the bell top. Restored 11.25in. tall o/all. SOLD FOR
£60
350 Great Western Railway Locomotive Nameplate “Shirenewton Hall” as carried by the Hall Class 4-6-0 No. 4967 built at Swindon in 1929. A Newton Abbot, Laira and Taunton engine during the BR period, withdrawn from the latter in Sept. 1962 and cut up by Hayes, Bridgend. A fine nameplate face restored only 71in. long. The building itself is 3 miles north of Caldicot, Gwent. (See next three lots). SOLD FOR
£4400