March 2022 Lots 401 – 450

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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401 Two Nottingham Train Departures Timetables: “Victoria Station 1966 / 67 the last poster to include trains to Marylebone and “Midland Station 1967” which includes “The Thames Clyde” and “Waverley” expresses. Both v.g.c. and folded. (2). SOLD FOR
402 LNER cast iron Station Seatback Nameplate “Swineshead” a welded repair to a break at left end and between ‘E’ and ‘S’. Face restored only. 35.75in. long. SOLD FOR
403 Midland Railway Signal Box Diagram “Beighton Junction” dated 26.07.1899 and on its original wooden panel. It shows the junction on the ‘Old Road’ from Chesterfield to Masborough with the then newly named Great Central Railway link to Sheffield Victoria. Ex-signal box condition. 40x15in. SOLD FOR
404 “LNER Bealings” brass Cash Bag Label on its leather mount. V.g.c. A former GER station east of Ipswich closed in Sept. 1956. SOLD FOR
405 South African Railways Steam Locomotive Whistle in very good lightly restored condition. 14.75in. tall and complete with lever. SOLD FOR
406 Great Northern Railway mahogany cased 12in. fusee Wall Clock circa 1870. The ex-service dial is written “LNER 10271” but the original ghosted lettering “GNR 1064 Stockall Marple & Co. is very clear. Clock records reveal that the clock was located in the signal box at Bardney. A very nice early timepiece. Complete with key and pendulum which requires a suspension spring. SOLD FOR
407 GCR Block Bell with nickel plated bell. Fine original condition. SOLD FOR
408 Great Eastern Railway Platform Lamp Vessel stamped “GER” and with brass makers plate “The Silberlight Company London” with coat of arms and a metal plate “LNER Ruskington” which was a GN & GE Joint station. Complete with brass burner. SOLD FOR
409 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Trentham”. Small face chips as per photo and a couple of very light scratches. Very good colour and shine. A former NSR station between Stoke and Stone closed in March 1964. SOLD FOR
410 BR (N.E. Region) quad royal pictorial Poster “Service to Industry The Great I.C.I. Chemical Works at Billingham” by Terence Cuneo. Features main line steam and diesel hauled trains and a works diesel shunter. A powerful image with minor loss to top edge, top edge crumpling and folds. SOLD FOR
411 “GN & GE Joint Railway” cast iron 1896 Trespass Notice. Good unrestored condition with the original location “From an occupation crossing nr. Ruskington” painted on the back. SOLD FOR
412 A scratch built ‘0’ gauge electric two rail Model of a GWR ‘Saint’ Class 4-6-0 locomotive and tender No. 2923 “Saint George” by Cherry Models. Very well detailed and with lined out paintwork in Great Western livery. 17.5in. long o/all buffers. SOLD FOR
413 Bassett-Lowke ‘0’ gauge 3 rail electric Model of No. 4472 “Flying Scotsman” in LNER green livery with 8 wheel corridor tender. Some light age scuffing but generally very good condition. 20.25in. long o/all buffers. The loco is in an original but tatty B/Lowke blue box. N/S
414 Bassett-Lowke ‘0’ gauge 3 rail electric Model of LMS “Royal Scot” locomotive and tender No. 6100. One side of the tender slightly scuffed otherwise g.c. 18.5in. long o/all buffers. N/S
415 BR(E) fully flanged enamel Station Direction Sign. Chips as per photo. Good colour and shine. SOLD FOR
416 GER / LNER double sided cast iron Carriage Board “Liverpool St. / Yarmouth”. V.g.c. and restored. 28.5in. long. SOLD FOR
417 Limited edition Print of a painting by Terence Cuneo titled “Castle on the Coast” and features the loco and train emerging from Parson & Clerk Tunnel, Dawlish. The print is no. 308 / 500, signed by the artist in the margin. In a glazed frame with card mount. 35.25×24.5in. o/all and ready to hang. SOLD FOR
418 Great Northern Railway enamel Signal Box Board “Westwood Junction” in its original wooden frame. 66×11.75in. o/all. A nice early survivor from this Peterborough box. N/S
419 Triangular cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Nasmyth Wilson & Co. Limited Patricroft Manchester No. 1580-1930” as carried by the metre gauge Kenya & Uganda Railways GD Class No. 218, becoming East African Railways Class 24 No. 2457. Face lightly restored only. 14×5.5in. SOLD FOR
420 BR(ER) double royal letterpress Poster with pictorial header “Hunstanton Half Day Excursions” from a list of twelve M&GNJR stations between Bourne and Long Sutton. Late 40’s early 50’s period. Superb condition and laid on linen. SOLD FOR
421 Great Central Railway cast iron Stove Door “G.C.Ry. Gorton” to the face. 12x10in. o/all. N/S
422 South Eastern & Chatham Railway 3 aspect Handlamp. Stamped “SE & CR” and brass plated “SE & CR G. No. 468”. Aspect drum stamped the same. Complete with SR Ashford vessel, all fittings and glasses and restored. SOLD FOR
423 “Clayton & Shuttleworth Ltd. Builders Lincoln 1918” oval cast iron Plate with their trade mark lion to the centre. Face restored only. 11.75x7in. SOLD FOR
424 Great Eastern Railway Station Platform Lamp Case with “St. Olaves” nameglass. With decorative corner ears and complete with all glazing. Restored. 28in. tall. The station between Yarmouth and Lowestoft closed in Nov. 1959. SOLD FOR
425 “Mid & Gn Joint Railway Notice Trespassers will be prosecuted” cast iron Sign. Nicely face restored only. Location “From Starkey’s Drove, Nr. Twenty, Spalding” painted on back. SOLD FOR
426 A Collection of approx. 230 Railway Station Platform Tickets. They include LMS, LNER, SR, GWR, CLC, BR & BTC regions. Paper and card types and all different. No list so must be viewed. SOLD FOR
427 LNER 3 aspect Handlamp brass plated “London & North Eastern Railway Immingham Dock 27872”. Complete with all fittings and glasses and restored. SOLD FOR
428 “GN & GE Joint Railway Beware of Trains” cast iron Notice. A scarce sign nicely face restored only. SOLD FOR
429 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “40C” (Louth). A scarce code in v.g.c. Face restored only. N/S
430 Enamel Advertising Sign “Peach & Sons Lister Gate Nottingham Lace Curtains direct from the loom etc.” Edge re-touching and some corner losses but decent colour and shine. 24x16in. SOLD FOR
431 Rectangular cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “The English Electric Co. Ltd. Vulcan Works Newton-le-Willows England No. 3501 / D932 1964”. As carried by the Class 37 loco no. 37244 formerly D6944. The worksplate is in v.g.c. and fully restored. The back is marked “37244”. 10×4.5in. SOLD FOR
432 “M&GN 46” oval cast iron Bridge Numberplate from the impressive structure over the Ouse River at South Lynn. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
433 BR(W) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Filton Junction”. Two tiny face chips otherwise flange chips only and with good colour and shine. A former GWR station east of Avonmouth re-named “Filton” in May 1968. SOLD FOR
434 Great Northern Railway Station Platform Wall Lamp complete with “Navenby” nameglass and “Navenby” plated interior lamp with burner and brandy glass globe. All glazing is intact. Restored. 22.5in. tall. The station on the Grantham – Lincoln line closed in Sept. 1962. SOLD FOR
435 Carriage Print “River Spey, near Craigellachie, Banffshire” by Edward Lawson from the 1956 Scottish Region series. In an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
436 “London & North Eastern Railway Competition for Best Kept Stations 1933”. Certificate awarded to Willoughby as a special class prize. A nice item with full colour LNER crest in an original glazed frame. 16.25x13in. o/all. (See next lot). SOLD FOR
437 Large wooden cased Signal Box Block Bell with a trafolite plate “Willoughby”. Ex-box condition. The former GNR location, junction for the Mablethorpe loop closed in Oct. 1970. SOLD FOR
438 London & North Western Railway Station Platform Wall Lamp stamped “L&NWR Wol.” and is complete with original “LNWR” marked vessel, brass burner, glass chimney and all glazing. V.g.c. and nicely restored. 27.5in. tall. SOLD FOR
439 “GNR 1” large oval cast iron Bridge Numberplate. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
440 LNER oval cast brass ‘9×5’ Locomotive Works Numberplate “L&NER Doncaster Works 1911” with its “3522” brass strip. Face restored only. As carried by the GNR Class J22 later J6 Works No. 1312 of Sept. 1911, becoming BR No. 64171 in Jan. 1950. A New England and Boston loco in BR days, it was w/d from the latter in Sept. 1961 and cut up at Gorton Works. SOLD FOR
441 Great Northern Railway 8” mahogany cased fusee Wall Clock. Originally GNR No. 277, the ex-service dial is written “LNER 9587” and records show that the clock was located in the station master’s office at Coningsby. The clock is with winding key and pendulum but the latter requires a suspension spring fitting. SOLD FOR
442 Great Northern Railway Station Platform Lamp from “Coningsby” comprising copper lamp top with two name glasses, all glazing and mounting frog and the original cast iron post 96in. tall. The post, bearing the ornate “GNR” intertwined device, has ladder bars and a base plate which bolted to the station’s wooden platform. Coningsby closed in Oct. 1970. The lamp top and frog are in v.g.c. and restored in grey primer. The post is in very good ex-station condition and is to be collected from Wisbech by the successful bidder. SOLD FOR
443 Great Western Railway cast brass Locomotive Cabside Number Plate “7766” as carried by the 0-6-0PT built by the NBL CO. in 1931. Class and boiler details stamped into the rims. Face restored only. A South Wales engine, it was w/d 11/60 and cut up by Cohen’s, Morriston, Swansea. SOLD FOR
444 GNR Somersault Signal Lamp Case brass plated “Great Northern Railway No. 11269” and with copper plate “Scopwick”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. V.g.c. and restored. SOLD FOR
445 GCR Non Pegging Signal Box Block Instrument in fine condition. SOLD FOR
446 “Lincoln St. Marks” Station Fluorescent Lamp Unit in v.g.c. 69x15in. The former Midland Railway station closed in May 1985. SOLD FOR
447 “Peterboro’ / Kings Cross” Permanent Way Ganger’s cast iron Boundary Post. A GNR item rarely offered for sale. Restored 42in. tall x 22in. wide at the top. SOLD FOR
448 LNER Station Platform Seat cast iron Nameplate “Firsby”. Face restored and mounted on a wooden display panel. The East Lincs station closed in Oct. 1970. SOLD FOR
449 Caledonian Railway 3 aspect Handlamp with a skirt. Top , body and vessel all marked “Caledonian 1287”. Complete with all fittings and glasses and in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
450 “The Great Northern and London and North Western Joint Committee” fully titled cast iron Trespass Notice. This is the version with eleven lines of text and dated February 1885. V.g.c. and sympathetically face restored only. SOLD FOR
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