March 2022 Lots 151 – 200

SAT 26th March 2022 – Cedric Ford Pavilion,
Newark Showground, Notts, NG24 2NY
Viewing from 8.00am on morning of sale – Sale starts 10.00am
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151 North Staffordshire Railway 3 aspect Handlamp marked “N.S.Ry” in the body and aspect drum. Body also has a small side bracket fitted for locating on a lamp iron. Complete with all fittings and glasses and unrestored. SOLD FOR
£360
152 “Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway Worksop to Mansfield Plans and Sections November 1864”. 16 large format sheets plus ornate title sheet which also bears the stamp of the GNR Engineer’s Office Kings Cross. The line was never built. Instead the Midland Railway built their line from Mansfield to Worksop about a mile to the west, which opened in 1875 (now the “Robin Hood Line”). The sheets are approx. 27x19in. A little frayed at the edges, but aren’t we all! SOLD FOR
£140
153 Two leather Cash Bags: “LNER Wickenby to Market Rasen” and “BR Crowle to Althorpe”. Nice former GCR locations. (2). SOLD FOR
£70
154 LNER enamel Station Seat Back Nameplate “Woodhall Junction”. 50.25in. long. Some edge and screwhole chip re-touching but good colour and shine, mounted on a wooden board. A former GNR station junction for the Horncastle branch closed in Oct. 1970. SOLD FOR
£820
155 Original Painting by the Grantham artist Terry Shelbourne. An elevated view over an 02 Class engine into the Grantham loco yard. Oil on board and framed. 34.75×25.25in. o/all. SOLD FOR
£100
156 BR(E) “Beware of Trains” enamel Notice in v.g.c. with good shine. 27x18in. SOLD FOR
£420
157 Miscellaneous Lot of small items relating to the North Eastern Railway. Worth a delve! SOLD FOR
£230
158 Miscellaneous Lot comprising a pair of NER Look-Out Horns, 3no. NER whistles, SR whistle and a BR(NE) whistle. SOLD FOR
£160
159 Oval engraved brass Locomotive Builders Plate “London North Eastern Railway Co. No. 1786 Doncaster 1934”. As carried by the ‘02’ Class 2-8-0 No. 2435 / 3960 / 63960. A long term Grantham engine it was w/d Sept 1963 and cut up at Doncaster. A fine plate with some wear to the bolt holes. Back marked “2435” and “3960”. N/S
160 “GN & GE 35” oval cast iron Bridge Numberplate from a public footbridge at Potterhanworth. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£250
161 MS & LR Platform Lamp Top bearing a “Manchester Sheffield & Lincolnshire Railway” brass plate with the original station name cut off as the lamp is reputed to have been transferred to Skegness station during LNER days. It is fitted to a bracket for wall mounting and is complete with all glazing and wired for electric. Ex-garden condition. SOLD FOR
£320
162 Mahogany cased 10” fusee Wall Clock. The restored dial bears the initials of the Lancashire, Derbyshire and East Coast Railway. Winding key is present but it lacks a pendulum. SOLD FOR
£270
163 BR (Sc. Region) quad royal pictorial Poster “Tay Bridge see Scotland by train” by Terence Cuneo. Features a Class 40 diesel hauled train passing a ‘Britannia’ Class steam locomotive. V.g.c. with folds only. SOLD FOR
£300
164 “GNR 2” large oval cast iron Bridge Numberplate. Unrestored. SOLD FOR
£80
165 GCR Block Bell with brass bell. Ex-signal box condition from Clipstone West Junction. (See also lot nos. 70 and 206). SOLD FOR
£260
166 LNER (GNR pattern) 3 aspect Handlamp brass plated “London & North Eastern Railway District Insp. Pike Lincoln Pass”. Complete with all fittings and glasses and restored. SOLD FOR
£120
167 Enamel Advertising Sign “Redgate Table Waters Sold Here. Enjoyed the year round since 1878! Superb condition. 32x11in. SOLD FOR
£900
168 A wooden wall hanging Box with original paintwork lettered on the face “Staff Up Down Firsby Bch Horncastle Bch”. Dividers missing otherwise ex-service condition. 24in. long. x 10in tall o/all x 6in. wide. SOLD FOR
£90
169 Great Eastern Railway cast iron Trespass Notice. Nicely face restored. SOLD FOR
£85
170 Oval cast aluminium Locomotive Builders Plate “Brush Sulzer No. 577 1965” as carried by the BR Class 47 DE loco no. D1815 later 47334. V.g.c. and fully restored. “47334” is stamped in the back. 9.25×5.6in. SOLD FOR
£380
171 LNER (GNR pattern) 3 aspect Handlamp brass plated “London & North Eastern Railway Firsby 5”. Complete with all fittings and glasses although blue glass is broken and loose. Unrestored. SOLD FOR
£250
172 “Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway” Coat of Arms Transfer nicely mounted onto a painted wooden panel. V.g.c. 14x12in. SOLD FOR
£50
173 North British Railway cast brass Locomotive Cabside Class Designation Plate “S”. As carried by a Class J37 0-6-0 goods tender engine. 3.4×3.4in. Rare. SOLD FOR
£130
174 Station Platform Seat comprising LNER cast iron end supports ex-Wisbech East, satin varnished hardwood timberwork with a LNER “St. James Deeping” cast iron nameplate to the back rail, Very good condition throughout and the seat will be on view in our auction room on the day. SOLD FOR
£1100
175 Great Northern Railway oval cast brass Locomotive Tender Plate No. “1165”. As carried by the J3 Class 0-6-0 built by Dubs & Co. and into traffic in July 1901. To Colwick where it remained until withdrawal in Sept. 1933 and cutting up at Doncaster. A scarce plate 7x4in. slightly curved to fit the tender fairing. SOLD FOR
£80
176 Manchester Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway upholstered mahogany Chair. The underside branded “MS &LR” and painted “Parliamentary Office”. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£110
177 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Radway Green”. Small face chips as per photo and with very good colour and shine. A former NSR station between Stoke and Crewe closed in November 1966. SOLD FOR
£1250
178 BR(ER) double royal letterpress Poster with a pictorial header by George Ayling advertising Easter Sunday train to Skegness from Grantham, Sleaford and Boston. Folds otherwise good. SOLD FOR
£620
179 Great Northern Railway Station Platform Lamp Glass “Abbotts Ripton”. Very good condition. The station closed in September 1958. Close by was the site of one of the railway’s worst rail disasters. SOLD FOR
£120
180 Great Northern Railway enamel Sign “Way Out” with pointing hand. Superb condition and in its original wooden frame 51.5x15in. o/all with original hanging brackets. SOLD FOR
£240
181 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “63A” (Perth). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£130
182 LNER (GNR pattern) 3 aspect Handlamp brass plated “London & North Eastern Railway Gainsboro” complete with all fittings and glasses and restored. SOLD FOR
£260
183 Carriage Print “Loch Leven, near North Ballachulish, West Highlands” by Jack Merriott from the 1956 Scottish Region series. In an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
£75
184 Manchester Sheffield & Lincolnshire Railway oak Coal Box Purdonium from one of the company’s hotels. The outer box with an ornate brass handle has a hinged front panel with inlaid centre bearing the exquisite “MS&LR” monogram, and contains the original metal liner. A superb and rare item of railwayana which would grace anyone’s fireplace. SOLD FOR
£440
185 Two North Eastern Railway Handlamps together with a North Eastern Railway Cart Lamp. Unrestored. (3). SOLD FOR
£230
186 “Barton” aluminium Sign in Art Deco style as fitted to the body sides of the Nottingham Bus Company’s 1940’s coaches. Good original condition 70in. long. SOLD FOR
£200
187 A 3.5 gauge engineered Model of a British Railways Class 7 ‘Britannia’ Pacific Locomotive probably built as a manufacturer’s prototype for a live steam roll out. Good standard of engineering requiring small amount of adjustment work. SOLD FOR
£840
188 Original Painting by Gerald Broom depicting an express train hauled by LMS ‘Princess Royal’ Class Pacific No. 6207 “Princess Arthur of Conaught in the Lune Vally. Oil on board with two light vertical marks which have not damaged the paint. Framed 32.5x24in. o/all. SOLD FOR
£100
189 Wooden Signal Box Board with applied letters “Coningsby” in very fine original ex-box condition. A location on the GNR ‘New Line’ from Coningsby Jct. to Bellwater Jct. closed in 1970. SOLD FOR
£1150
190 Eastern & Midlands Railway 18mm. nickel Button. V.g.c. (Froggatt 44/13). SOLD FOR
£75
191 Very rare Axholme Joint Railway 19mm. brass Button. V.g.c. (Frog. p71). SOLD FOR
£160
192 Eastern Counties Railway 23mm. brass Button. V.g.c. (Frog. 1/17). SOLD FOR
£140
193 York & North Midlands Railway 27mm. Button with remains of original silver plating. V.g.c. (Froggatt 1/8). SOLD FOR
£120
194 Great Central & L&NWR 25mm. nickel Button (ex-OA & GBR). V.g.c. (Frog. 44/3). SOLD FOR
£80
195 Great Central & Midland Joint Committee 20mm. nickel Button. V.g.c. Rare. (Frog. 42/16). SOLD FOR
£130
196 Great Western Railway cast iron Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “9742” as carried by the 0-6-0PT built at Swindon in 1935. A South Wales engine it was w/d 9/64 and cut up by Jenkins, Port Talbot. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£270
197 Midland Railway fully titled cast iron Weak Bridge Notice. “James Williams Secretary April 28th. 1875 version. Nicely face restored only. SOLD FOR
£140
198 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “40B” (Immingham). Restored a while ago. SOLD FOR
£110
199 Original Painting by Joe Townend, associate member of the G.R.A. depicting B1 Class no. 61026 “Ourebi” at Spalding. Oil on canvas. Unframed 24x18in. SOLD FOR
£50
200 LNER cast brass Locomotive Nameplate “Diamond Jubilee” as carried by the ‘A3’ Class Pacific No. 2545 / 60046. It was built at Doncaster Works in 1924 (No. 1601) and allocated to Kings Cross then to Grantham, Kings Cross again, Copley Hill, Doncaster and New England. Withdrawn from Grantham in June 1963. The loco was named after the famous racehorse which won the 1900 Derby, St. Leger and 2000 Guineas, owned by HRH Price of Wales (later King Edward VII). A fine nameplate 54.5in. long, one of the best names in the class. Fitted to a painted wooden base board. The nameplate from the other side is in a Local Authority Museum. SOLD FOR
£8000
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