March 2018 Lots 101 – 150

SAT 24th March 2018 – Cedric Ford Pavilion, Newark Showground,
Lincoln Rd, Notts NG24 2NY
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101 Carriage Print “Culzean Castle, near Maybole, Ayrshire” by Kenneth Steel from the Scottish Region 1956 – 57 series. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
102 Aveling & Porter cast brass Prancing Horse as carried by one of the company’s steam rollers. A very nice example. SOLD FOR
103 LNWR mahogany cased double line Signal Box Block Instrument. “Received” and “Sent” needle displays, brass plunger and “Train Waiting” slide. Branded “LNWR” under base. Top stamped “L&NWR 146”. Upper glass missing and unrestored. SOLD FOR
104 BR(LMR) quad royal Poster “Isle of Man”. A pictorial map of the island with rail and steamer routes and including eight photographic views of attractions. Minor edge nicks and no folds. SOLD FOR
105 North British Railway 3 aspect Bulpitt Patent Handlamp. Stamped “NBR 5714 / 1785 Prestonpans” and plated “Bulpitt & Sons Birmingham 1906”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Unrestored devoid of paint. A location east of Edinburgh. SOLD FOR
106 Box of Lamps. SOLD FOR
107 BR(S) fully flanged enamel Station or Signal Box Doorplate “Private”. Chipped areas as per photo. Good colour and shine. SOLD FOR
108 Great Central Railway Beware of Trains cast iron Notice. Nicely restored. SOLD FOR
109 North Eastern Railway General Purpose Handlamp stamped “NER” on the top handle and brass plated “NER”. Complete with “NER” vessel and reflector, burner and all glasses. Restored. SOLD FOR
110 LNER ‘9×5’ cast iron Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway 900351 York Works 1945”. Lightly face restored only. “LNE C&W York” impressed in back. Probably as carried by a permanent way trolley or similar vehicle. SOLD FOR
111 Mahogany cased Signal Box Block Bell with tapper and small brass cow bell. V.g.c. and ex-box condition. SOLD FOR
112 BR(ER) double royal letterpress Poster informing of the withdrawal of passenger train services from Tallington, Essendine,Little Bytham and Corby Glen stations 15th. June 1959. V.g.c. with light folds only. SOLD FOR
113 LMS 3 aspect Caledonian pattern Handlamp stamped “LM & SR” and brass plated “LMS Pass. No. 1 Kingussie”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Restored. A Highland main line station north west of Aviemore. SOLD FOR
114 Miniature Single Line Staff. The brass end inscribed “Bedford Willington”. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
115 Large Single Line Webb & Thompson Staff, the cast brass end inscribed “Willington Blunham”. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
116 Miniature Single Line Staff. The brass end inscribed “Blunham Sandy LNE Junc.”. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
117 Miniature Single Line Staff. The brass end inscribed “Sandy LNE Junc. Sandy”. V.g.c. These four staffs are consecutive sections of part of the ex-LNWR Bedford – Cambridge line closed in Jan. 1968. SOLD FOR
118 “Hunslet Engine Co. Ltd. Leeds 270HP. No. 5342 – 1958” cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate together with its “Hunslet” 41in. long cast brass Radiator Plate. Both in ex-loco condition as carried by 0-6-0DM at NCB Easington Co. Durham. n/s
119 Two cards of Railway Uniform Buttons. 76 in total pre & post grouping, BR and a few foreign. V.g.c. in the main. SOLD FOR
120 Barnsley Joint Station large 23mm. nickel “BJS” script Button. Back marked “Extra Rich”. Not listed in Froggatt. Scarce and in v.g.c. (Confirmed by a leading button expert). SOLD FOR
121 Ashby & Nuneaton Joint Railway large 23mm. nickel “A&NJR” script Button in v.g.c. Froggatt 22 / 5. SOLD FOR
122 LNWR “Queens Hotel” large 25mm. brass Button. Title and Britannia. V.g.c. Froggatt 9/9. Refers to the Queens Hotel, Birmingham. SOLD FOR
123 Hull and Barnsley Railway large 24.5mm. brass “H&BR” script Button. Froggatt F5/13. SOLD FOR
124 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “42779” as carried by the LMS 2-6-0 ‘Crab’ built at Crewe in 1927. A Bescot, Stockport and Lancaster engine it was w/d May 1962 and cut up at Horwich Works. The plate has a good welded repair to a break between 4&2 not visible on the face which is repainted only. SOLD FOR
125 “Peckett & Sons Ltd. Engineers Bristol” brass plated Locomotive Headlamp. Complete with vessel, burner, reflector and good bullseye lens. Unrestored with door catch a/f. SOLD FOR
126 A good quality 8in. mahogany cased roundhead Wall Clock. The face is re-written “GNR 1138 Stockall, Marples & Co. Ltd. London. E.C. It has a fusee movement and cast brass bezel. Working order with pendulum and key. The records are a little vague but a clock with this number (later LNER 9626) is recorded as located in the District Superintendents Office at Essendine on the East Coast Main Line south of Grantham. SOLD FOR
127 Bronze Single Line Key inscribed “Skillington – Eaton 14”. A section of the former High Dyke Ironstone Quarry System south of Grantham. SOLD FOR
128 LNER, GNR pattern, 3 aspect Handlamp. Brass plate to body “London & North Eastern Railway Clarence Yd. 24”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Restored. The location was at Finsbury Park north of Kings Cross. SOLD FOR
129 Small Oil Can with stopper copper plated “L&YR Co. Wortley Shed Leeds”. 9 in. long. SOLD FOR
130 Carriage Print “Schiehallion, near Kinloch Rannoch, Perthshire” by W. Douglas MacLeod, from the 1956-57 Scottish Region series. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
131 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “32G” (Melton Constable Headquarters for the M&GNJR). A very scarce plate in ex-loco condition. SOLD FOR
132 Four BR chromed and enamel Express Train Staff Badges: “The Talisman” (enamel loss at top); “The Flying Scotsman” (v.g.c.); “The Elizabethan” (v.g.c.) & “The Fair Maid” (v.g.c.) (4). SOLD FOR
133 Original cast aluminium Road Sign “Hill 1 in 8”. V.g.c. and unrestored. SOLD FOR
134 “NER” cast iron Fireplace Fender with company initials to top. V.g.c. 49×14.5in. SOLD FOR
135 Four LMS linen Table Cloths, washed and pressed. Each approx. 29x21in. and with different designs of “LMS” embroidered initials. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
136 “LNER New England North” rolled colour washed linen Plan detailing track and structures adjacent to the engine shed. V.g.c. 49×27.5in. SOLD FOR
137 GN & GE Joint cast iron Trespass Notice, GNR pattern. Restored. SOLD FOR
138 “L.Y.R. Co. Outdoor Porter No. 5” engraved brass Armband complete with original leather straps. Very scarce. SOLD FOR
139 Fire Engine Lamp with brass plate “Shand Mason & Co. Fire Engine Makers Upper Ground St. Blackfriars Road London”. Complete with all fittings except burner. The lamp retains its original bevelled edged glasses. A scarce lamp, unrestored with most of the original paintwork. SOLD FOR
140 BR(Sc) quad royal pictorial Poster “The Clyde Coast and Loch Lomond”. A birds eye view of the area by W.T. Nicolson showing rail lines, steamer ports, lochs and islands etc. Two taped repairs to the back edges, minor corner losses and folds. SOLD FOR
141 Cast aluminium Train Headboard “The White Rose”. Names of other expresses impressed in the back. Unrestored with part of the spring bracket clip missing. SOLD FOR
142 “MR Co.” stamped 3 aspect Handlamp. Brass plated “Midland Railway B20144”. Complete with all fittings and glasses including apple green colour. Restored. SOLD FOR
143 Large black & white Photograph of an express train hauled by the LNER A2 Class Pacific 525 “A.H. Peppercorn”. The photo bears Peppercorn’s personal signature and date 30/1/48. In a glazed frame. 23x20in. SOLD FOR
144 An early double sided enamel Sign with wall flange “To Balderton & Grantham” from Newark Bus Station. Light edge wear only. Very good colour and shine. 24x8in. SOLD FOR
145 Cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “LMS Built 1929 Derby” with engraved date. Cleaned and unrestored with damage to right bolt hole. Locos built that year were 0-6-0 Dock Tanks 47167 – 69, 2-6-4T 42325 – 74 and 4-4-0’s 40575 / 76 / 80 & 40613 – 28. SOLD FOR
146 “M&GN 86” cast iron Bridge Number Plate. Face restored only. From the footbridge at Fakenham ‘West’ station. There were approx. nine station footbridges on the whole M&GN system so this offers a scarce opportunity to acquire a plate from one of these structures. SOLD FOR
147 GNR / LNER corrugated steel Home Somersault Signal Arm complete with “LNER” cast iron back fitting. V.g.c. 58in. long. SOLD FOR
148 An original Cab to Engine Room Door from the BR Class 55 ‘Deltic’ Locomotive No. D9012 / 55012 “Crepello”. Built by English Electric / Vulcan Foundry Sept. 1961. It was w/d May 1981 and cut up at BREL Doncaster. The door is in fine ex-loco condition 71.5x17in., radiused at the top to follow the loco body profile. It is complete with hinges, lever handles and circular glazed window. Warning labels are still in position i.e. “Caution Low Headroom”, “No Smoking or Naked Light in Engine Compartment”, “Ear Protection etc.”. We sold a similar door ex-D9006 / 55006 i our Nov. 2017 auction. (See next lot). SOLD FOR
149 A Pair of tinted perspex Sun Visors with chromed fittings 35in. long x 10in. at the widest together with a chromed framed glazed window. 14.75x14in. All recovered from the ‘Deltic’ Loco No. D9018 / 55018 “Ballymoss” (See next lot). SOLD FOR
150 Further ex-’Deltic’ Internal Fittings: Two smaller doors, a small access panel, two small toolboxes, pair of fibreglass cowlings. All originate from D9006 / 55006 “Fife & Forfar Yeomanry” and are ex-loco. SOLD FOR

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