March 2018 Lots 151 – 200

SAT 24th March 2018 – Cedric Ford Pavilion, Newark Showground,
Lincoln Rd, Notts NG24 2NY
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151 An official English Electric Company Publication ‘Deltic’ Diesel Electric Locomotive 3300hp – Type Co-Co. 15pp. Scarce. This refers to the prototype locomotive. SOLD FOR
£50
152 Cast iron Doorplate “British Railways No Smoking Allowed in this Shop” 16×8.5in. Ex-Doncaster Works. Original condition with Rail Blue paintwork. SOLD FOR
£210
153 GNR large 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “GNR 8485” top and body. Brass plated “Great Northern Railway Company Ranskill No. 7” and a re-allocation plate “Thetford”. Complete with all fittings and glasses and devoid of paint. Ranskill on the ECML between Retford and Doncaster closed to passengers in Oct. 1958. SOLD FOR
£250
154 Six trafolite Signal Box Lever Description Plates all referring to the Ramsey branch. This line left the ECML at Holme and closed to passengers in Oct 1947. Goods facilities lasted much longer. SOLD FOR
£260
155 Carriage Print “Braemar Castle, Aberdeenshire” by Edward Lawson from the Scottish Region 1956-57 series. V.g.c. and in an original type frame glazed with clear acrylic. SOLD FOR
£80
156 LNER 4 aspect Handlamp brass plated “London & North Eastern Railway Templehurst”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Restored. A former NER station south of Selby closed in March 1961. SOLD FOR
£60
157 Metropolitan Railway untitled cast iron Sign “No Rubbish to be Deposited”. Face painted. 32.5×16.75in. From Squires Lane Bridge (D32) North Finchley, London. SOLD FOR
£60
158 Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway Oil Storage Can with brass plate “M&GNJR Per. Way. Dep. 9 Sec.”. Restored 12 in. tall plus stopper. SOLD FOR
£120
159 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “62B” (Dundee (Tay Bridge)). Ex-loco condition. SOLD FOR
£140
160 “Great Southern & Western Railway” cast iron Trespass Notice with upper and lower fixing lugs. V.g.c. and face restored only. SOLD FOR
£120
161 LNER official Photograph of the ‘Silver Jubilee’ streamlined train posed at Bawtry in 1935. Presented in a glazed frame with card mounts in a ‘silver and blue’ co-ordinated scheme. 17.5×15.5in. o/all. SOLD FOR
£30
162 London & North Western Rly. enamel Locomotive Shedplate “10” (Aston). Re-painted enamel loss to right side but a scarce survivor. SOLD FOR
£140
163 Box of Miscellaneous Carriage Prints in glazed frames. SOLD FOR
£190
164 “LMS 1” oval cast iron Bridge Numberplate. Nicely restored. SOLD FOR
£60
165 GNR large 3 aspect Handlamp stamped top, body and vessel “GNR 12896”. Brass plate to body “Great Northern Railway Company Stilton Fen Sig. Box No. 1”. Complete with all fittings and glasses and restored. An ECML box south of Peterborough. SOLD FOR
£400
166 LNER / BR(E) small enamel “Drinking Water” Notice. Chips to three screwholes but with fine deep colour and shine. 6x4in. SOLD FOR
£85
167 Hull & Barnsley Railway cast iron 1888 dated Railchair. Nicely restored. SOLD FOR
£30
168 BR cast aluminium Locomotive Double Arrow Device as carried by the Class 90 No. 90044. Ex-loco condition. (See next lot). SOLD FOR
£120
169 Cast aluminium Locomotive Depot Plaque bearing the Crewe Eagle as carried by the Class 90 No. 90044. Ex-loco condition. SOLD FOR
£240
170 GCR Locoman’s Hand / Gauge Lamp clearly marked with the company initials. The rear box is brass plated “A. England Lincoln Loco.” Complete with “GCR” vessel, all fittings and aspect glasses but lacks curved front glass. Arthur England transferred later to Newark loco from where he retired in early 1950’s. A good driver but lacking a sense of humour earned him the nickname ‘Merrie England’! SOLD FOR
£140
171 Rolled waxed linen Map titled “Map of the London Midland & Scottish Railway and its Connections”. Dated 1939. Superb condition with its original ebonised battens and ribbon tie. 41x39in. o/all. SOLD FOR
£280
172 BR(E) enamel and nickel “Ticket Collector” totem Cap Badge by Gaunt. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£80
173 Cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “No. 5064, 1944. The Vulcan Foundry (Limited) Newton-le-Willows Lancashire”. Face cleaned only and very lightly polished. As carried by the WD ‘Austerity’ 2-8-0 No. 90468. It was cut up by Motherwell Machinery & Scrap, Wishaw in July 1967. SOLD FOR
£260
174 BR(NER) double royal letterpress Poster “Excursion to Redcar and Saltburn until Sept. 1961” from 13 West Yorkshire stations. V.g.c. with light folds only. SOLD FOR
£40
175 North Eastern Railway enamel Doorplate “Porters’ Room” from Wensley station on the Dales line of the same name. Small edge chips only. Very good colour and shine. Wensley closed in April 1954. SOLD FOR
£140
176 Cheshire Lines Committee large leather bound Ledger of Officers’ Minutes 1897 – 1909. Fascinating day to day content and a wealth of bedtime reading! Good used condition. SOLD FOR
£270
177 Carriage Print “The River Ouse, Naburn, York” by S. Agnew Mercer from the ER 1954 series. One of only two prints by this artist. A file copy in v.g.c. in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
£40
178 LNWR fully titled cast iron Notice “Beware of the trains look both up and down the line before you cross”. Unrestored. SOLD FOR
£120
179 White Star Line nickel plated Table Lamp from the R.M.S. “Olympic”, sister vessel to the “Titanic”. The base bears the famous White Star house flag. The bulb holder is mounted in a swinging brass gimbal fitting. V.g.c. 10.75in. tall. A photograph of a 1st. Class cabin in “Titanic” shows a similar more ornate version of this lamp. The RMS “Olympic” was launched at Harland & Wolf, Belfast in Oct. 1910 and entered service as the world’s largest ship on 14th. June 1911. She made her final voyage from New York in April 1935 and laid up at Southampton. Later to be sold to Metal Industries, Jarrow for dismantling followed by final scrapping at Inverkeithing. SOLD FOR
£210
180 LNER cut glass Inkwell with brass surround to the aperture clearly lettered “LNER”. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£80
181 LNER double royal pictorial Poster “Boston”. Fine artwork featuring the tower of St. Botolph’s church (the well-known ‘Boston Stump’) by Fred Taylor. One small edge tear to bottom panel. No folds. SOLD FOR
£290
182 A “Stamford East Goods / Peterborough North Goods” reversible brass Plate together with a group of nine signal box instrument plates in brass, trafolite, ivorine and plastic. All Peterborough area. (10). SOLD FOR
£210
183 BR(W) cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “5732”. Cleaned otherwise ex-loco condition. As carried by the 57XX Class 0-6-0PT built by the North British Loco. Co. in 1929. It was w/d from Newport (Ebbw Junction) in Jan. 1958 and cut up at Swindon. n/s
184 North Eastern Railway Station Platform Lamp Vessel. Complete with “NER” marked brass burner and glass chimney. SOLD FOR
£40
185 NBR 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “3431 / 1312S”. Top has part of the “George W. Samson Birmingham” brass makers plate. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Unrestored. Painted underneath is “Callander June 1966” presumably the lamp’s last location as this station closed the year before. SOLD FOR
£320
186 North Eastern Railway cast iron “3/4” Milepost. Nicely restored. 64.5in. tall. SOLD FOR
£100
187 Oval cast iron Locomotive Builders Plate “Built 1958 Derby”. Face restored only. Ex-D5006 later 24006 w/d Aug. 1975 and cut up at BREL Glasgow Dec. 1980. SOLD FOR
£210
188 Pair of Hats. “LNER” and “LNER Station Master” examples both with ‘eye’ logo. Very good condition. (2). SOLD FOR
£160
189 An important early folding linen Map “Shewing the Stockton and Darlington, Wear Valley and Redcar Railways together with the proposed Middlesbrough and Guisbrough Railway in the counties of Durham and York 1851”. Also shown are sections of each railway. The map was the personal property of “Mr. James Allport” and the front cover (alas detached) bears his name in a gold embossed ornate panel. The map itself is in fine condition and opens out to 40x37in. James Allport joined the Birmingham & Derby Junction Rly. in 1839 later becoming General Manager of the Midland Railway in 1853 a post he held until 1880. He was knighted in 1884 and died at the Midland Grand Hotel St. Pancras in 1892 followed by his funeral at Belper Cemetery four days later. SOLD FOR
£100
190 Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway cast iron Fire Buckets Notice in fine original condition. SOLD FOR
£260
191 “Central London Railway Coronation Souvenir”. 36pp. 1911. A lavish production with colour views of London and descriptive text. Three pieces of the front cover photo frame are missing but still a lovely item. SOLD FOR
£25
192 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “12A” (Carlisle Kingmoor). Unrestored. SOLD FOR
£150
193 Two London Midland Region brass Cashbag Labels “Goods Agent Hendon” and “Accounts Dept. Camden”. Both on their leather mounts. (2). SOLD FOR
£60
194 Cast aluminium Locomotive Builders Plate “Brush Traction England No. 148 1959”. Stripped of paint but traces of Rail Blue remain. As carried by the BR Class 31 No. 31131 (D5549). SOLD FOR
£580
195 LNER official cast white metal Paperweight depicting the ‘Silver Jubilee’ locomotive “Silver Link”. V.g.c. with green baize to base. SOLD FOR
£160
196 North Eastern Railway mahogany cased Signal Box Block Instrument. Clearly stamped “NER” and with two brass plates “Up Line” and “To Upleatham”. Unrestored condition with the glass and part of the needle missing. A location between Lazenby and Redcar. SOLD FOR
£130
197 Manchester & Leeds Railway Policeman’s wooden Truncheon. Fine original condition lettered “M&LR” and “VR” with crown. The company opened in July 1839 and amalgamated with three other companies to form the Lancashire & Yorkshire Rly. in July 1847. A very historic item indeed. n/s
198 Cast aluminium Road Sign “Double Bend” with all glass beads intact. Nice original condition. SOLD FOR
£220
199 Three LMS & LNER Joint Rate Book Ledgers concerning the former Axholme Joint Rly. stations at Haxey Junction and Haxey & Epworth. SOLD FOR
£40
200 Cast aluminium Locomotive Shedplate “82A” (Bristol Bath Road Diesel Depot). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£120
200A BR(E) enamel Beware of Trains in very good condition with good colour and shine. SOLD FOR
£250

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