March 2019 Lots 501-545

SAT 23rd March 2019 – Cedric Ford Pavilion,
Newark Showground, Lincoln Road, Newark, Notts, NG24 2NY
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501 Rolled coloured Signal Box Diagram “Holme” on stout paper. Colour lights and plenty of semaphore signals, also shows the branch to Ramsey off the ECML. V.g.c. dated 1953. SOLD FOR
£230
502 Oval cast iron Locomotive Builders Plate “Built 1949 Horwich”. Face unrestored, back painted. 10.5x6in. Locos built that year were Class 4 2-6-0’s Nos. 43023 – 49, Black Fives Nos. 44668 / 9. SOLD FOR
£130
503 “The Railway Executive” enamel Trespass Notice in v.g.c. 15x12in. SOLD FOR
£40
504 London & North Western Railway fine bevelled edged Mirror in its original mahogany frame. “L&NWR” etched diagonally across top left corner. A splendid item 27.3x16in. o/all. SOLD FOR
£50
505 Carriage Print “Coniston Water, Lake District” by Frank Sherwin from the LMR 1952 series. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
£70
506 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “6D” (Chester Northgate then Shrewsbury). Face restored only a while ago. SOLD FOR
£130
507 BR(Sc) gilt and enamel “Yard Master” Lion over Wheel Cap Badge in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
£460
508 BR(E) gilt and enamel “Inspector” Lion over Wheel Cap Badge in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
£50
509 Great Western Railway General Purpose Handlamp with a hinged wartime shade. The top ligtly stamped “GWR Swindon”. Complete with “GWR” vessel, “GWR” burner, all fittings and glasses. Restored. SOLD FOR
£260
510 Original Painting by Joe Townend, G.R.A. depicting 04 Class Loco No. 63777 on a train of mineral wagons on the GCR Main Line near Leicester. Oil on canvas, unframed. 24x20in. SOLD FOR
£80
511 Wooden Signal Box Board with metal letters “Richmond”. Fine restored condition 50.75x10in. A former NER box at the branch terminus from Eryholme Jct. on the ECML closed in March 1969. SOLD FOR
£780
512 Cast iron Gate Notices: NER “Shut this Gate / Penalty for neglect £2” and a “LNER”, GNR pattern. All face restored only. (3). SOLD FOR
£100
513 Brass faced steel Single Line Key Token inscribed “Sudbury – Long Melford 39”. A section of the former GER Bury St. Edmunds – Marks Tey line. SOLD FOR
£100
514 “LYR persons throwing stones at the telegraphs will be prosecuted” curved cast iron Sign fixed to a short length of old wooden pole. SOLD FOR
£260
515 Oval engraved brass Locomotive Builders Plate “No. 61394 1951”. Face lightly polished, back painted. 12.1x6in. As carried by the (LNER) B1 Class 4-6-0 built by NBL. Co. (26853 of 1952). A Kings Cross engine mainly with shorter spells at Langwith and Canklow. W/d from the latter Nov. 1965 and cut up by Hughes Bolckow, North Blyth. SOLD FOR
£400
516 BR(E) enamel Station Sign “Please have all tickets ready”. One small top edge chip otherwise superb condition and on display board. 17.25×11.25in. o/all. SOLD FOR
£140
517 Box of Railway Lamps. SOLD FOR
£240
518 London & North Eastern Railway metal cased Amp Meter, the “LNER” initials boldly face inscribed. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£45
519 “Sligo, Leitrim and Northern Counties Railway Timetable from 1st. Oct. 1953. It refers to the unusual rail cars used on this line which closed in Oct. 1957. 17×11.25in. and in a glazed frame. n/s
520 Midland Railway enamel Station Sign “Booking Office”. Face chips but good colour and shine. 30.25x13in. SOLD FOR
£50
521 BR(E) 17 jewel Guard’s Pocket Watch by Montine. The case back inscribed “BR(E) 11191”. V.g.c. and working order. SOLD FOR
£50
522 “GNR 6” cast iron Viaduct Numberplate. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£40
523 London & North Western Railway Miniature General Purpose Handlamp marked “LNWR” and complete with original “L&NWR” vessel, all fittings and glasses. Unrestored. A little gem! SOLD FOR
£640
524 North Eastern Rly. copper Station Wall Lamp complete with “Linton” vessel, burner, brandy glass globe and all glazing. V.g.c. 27.5in. tall. SOLD FOR
£140
525 A Tub of Miscellaneous Railway Ephemera including GNR and LNER handbills, official booklets and pamphlets, labels, early headed documents, London Transport maps, etc. Worth a delve! SOLD FOR
£200
526 Great Central Railway 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “GCR 25284” and brass plated “GCR 25284 Market Rasen”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Devoid of paint. SOLD FOR
£150
527 Carriage Print “Colne Valley Viaduct, Chappel, Essex” by L.R. Squirrell from the LNER 1945 – 55 series. In an original glazed frame. SOLD FOR
£50
528 LNER double royal pictorial Poster “Tattershall” by Fred Taylor depicting the well-known red brick castle keep. An uncommon image in good condition with no folds. In a glazed clip frame but not stuck down. SOLD FOR
£620
529 Cast rion Locomotive Shedplate “65F” (Grangemouth). Face restored a while ago. SOLD FOR
£190
530 Enamel Sign regarding payment of fare into a box etc. Edge chipping but good colour. 22×5.75in. SOLD FOR
£150
531 GWR enamel Station Sign “Season Tickets must be shewn here”. Two small corner losses. Very good colour and shine. 12x10in. SOLD FOR
£130
532 Fibre Single Line Tablet inscribed “Oxcroft Colliery Sidings 3 – Cresswell Junction”. Good ex-service condition. See also lot no. 9. n/s
533 Replica cast brass ‘Jubilee’ Class Locomotive Nameplate “Sierra Leone”. The original LMS Loco was No. 45627. SOLD FOR
£200
534 Replica cast brass ‘Jubilee’ Class Locomotive Nameplate “Nelson”. The original LMS Loco was No. 45664. SOLD FOR
£140
535 Replica cast brass Locomotive Nameplate “The Sherwood Forester”. The original LMS Royal Scot Class Loco No. 46112 did not include the word “The”. SOLD FOR
£60
536 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “70034” reputedly carried as a late re-placement by the Britannia Pacific “Thomas Hardy”. We cannot substantiate this so it is sold as seen without guarantee. SOLD FOR
£720
537 Wooden Signal Box Board “Guiseley Jct” with metal letters. Good ex-box condition 85in. long. A former Midland Rly. signal box north west of Leeds. SOLD FOR
£360
538 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station Sign “Smoking Strictly Prohibited”. Superb condition. 24x18in. SOLD FOR
£140
539 Great North of Scotland Railway 3 aspect Handlamp. Full title company brass plate to body and brass plate to top “P.Way Banchory”, a location on the now closed Royal Deeside line. The lamp is in fine condition complete with all fittings and glasses. SOLD FOR
£400
540 “British Railways” Eastern Region quad royal enamel Poster Board Header in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
£140
541 Oval cast iron Locomotive Builders Plate “Built 1954 Crewe”. Face restored, back painted. Small piece broken from right hand end. Locos built that year were ‘Britannia’s 70045 – 54, 71000 “Duke of Gloucester”, and 9F’s Nos. 92000 – 19 / 92031 – 41. SOLD FOR
£270
542 LNER “Drinking Water” enamel Sign with directional arrow. Ex-Firsby station on the East Lincs line. Very minor edge chips only. Very good ex-railway condition. 9x6in. SOLD FOR
£200
543 BR(ER) Station Master’s peaked Cap with gilt title and badges. SOLD FOR
£75
544 Great Eastern Railway Station Master’s wooden backed Clothes Brush. The company initials picked out in contrasting bristles. SOLD FOR
£25
545 GNR large 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “GNR 12364” top and body and date stamped for April 1887. Large metal plate “GNR Engineers Dpt. Louth No. 54 Gatehouse”. Complete with “GNR” vessel, all fittings and glasses and unrestored. SOLD FOR
£680

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