May 2018 Lots 301-350

SAT 12th May 2018 -Gartell Light Railway, Common Ln,
Yenston, Templecombe BA8 0NB
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301 “Southern Electric Up Trains” with directional arrow large enamel Sign. Two chips to face but with good colour and shine. In a wooden frame 67.5×27.75in. o/all. SOLD FOR
302 Signal Box Hanging Lamp with brass makers plate “Messenger & Sons Patentees Birmingham & London”. Complete with brass burner, glass chimney and “LMS” embossed shade. SOLD FOR
303 BR(W) cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “1602”. As carried by the 0-6-0PT built at Swindon Oct. 1949. New to Duffryn Yard followed by transfers to Neyland and Oswestry from where it was w/d in Sept. 1960 and cut up by Hayes, Bridgend. The plate is cleaned otherwise ex-loco. n/s
304 Southern Railway Hotel Reception brass Bell Push marked “SR” on the plunger and mahogany base. V.g.c. and working order. SOLD FOR
305 Great Western Railway “Way Out” enamel Sign with pointing hand. A couple of chipped areas and re-touching to ‘A’. Very good colour and shine and in a wooden frame. 30.5×8.5in. o/all. SOLD FOR
306 Ten BR(S) Carriage Window paper Destination Labels: Winchester, Southampton Terminus, Southampton Central, Salisbury, Romsey, Barnstaple Junction, Ilfracombe, Portsmouth & Southsea, Bournemouth Central and Bournemouth West. All in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
307 Cast aluminium Locomotive Licence Plate “Manufactured by Beyer Peacock Gorton Ltd. under licence from the Clayton Equipment Co. Ltd.” Restored 9×3.75in. As carried by the BR Class 17 Loco D8607 built Oct. 1964 (Works No. 8024) and w/d Oct. 1971. Cut up by McWilliam, Shettleston, Glasgow circa 1975. SOLD FOR
308 BR(S) celluloid covered metal Train Destination Sign “Littlehampton”. Some service scuffs but generally very good. 27x4in. SOLD FOR
309 “SE & CR Wash Basin” engraved brass Plate. V.g.c. 6.9in long. SOLD FOR
310 Oval cast iron Locomotive Builders Plate “Built 1957 Darlington”. Ex-loco condition as carried by the BR Standard 2-6-2T No. 84026 and allocated to the Southern Region at Ramsgate, then to Ashford and Brighton. It moved north for its final 3 years to be w/d from Stockport in Dec. 1965. It was cut up by Arnott Young, Parkgate. SOLD FOR
311 “Great Western Railway Timetable Oct, Nov & Dec. 1895 for the South Devon and Cornwall Main Line and Branches”. Full of evocative names now without rail services. One small tear otherwise v.g.c. and appears to be in its original glazed oak frame. 29×21.25in. o/all. SOLD FOR
312 GWR 3 aspect pre-grouping fluted top Handlamp. Stamped “GWR 183”. Complete with original GWR vessel, GWR burner, reflector and all glasses. An early pattern lamp, unpainted. n/s
313 Two curved Telegraph Pole Signs “Persons throwing stones at the telegraphs will be prosecuted”. Cast iron with Edward crown and enamel with George crown. (2). SOLD FOR
314 A “Southern Railway Shillingstone” Parcels etc. Station Book compiled from 1954 to 1966. Marbled covers with titled label. Together with a BR folding handbill notice dated 3rd. Jan. 1966 announcing the delay in closing the Somerset & Dorset Line. (2). SOLD FOR
315 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “73A” (Stewarts Lane). “BR(S)” Eastleigh triangle to rear. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
316 Great Western Railway fully titled ‘short’ pattern cast iron Trespass Notice in fine ex-lineside condition. SOLD FOR
317 BR 1966 double royal Poster informing that the Minister of Transport has refused her consent to close the Western Region St. Erth – St. Ives Branch,. Together with a similar poster refusing to close the Liskeard – Looe Branch. (2). SOLD FOR
318 Southern Railway enamel Station Target Sign “Crofton Park”. On its original backing board and in ex-station condition with some enamel losses. A former SE&CR station in south east London. SOLD FOR
319 London & South Western Railway Guard’s Pocket Watch by Waltham. The enamelled dial in superb condition bears a serial number and the case back is inscribed “LSWR 2881”. Fine condition throughout and working order. SOLD FOR
320 McKenzie & Holland large cast iron Signal Finial Base only, lacking zinc spike. Unrestored, retaining some Southern green paint. SOLD FOR
321 “Great Western Railway” inscribed stoneware Bottle with cork stopper. Small chips to spout tip and base do not detract. Base written “Ex-Lavington 14/7/1979”. A station east of Westbury closed in April 1966. SOLD FOR
322 “Bournemouth 109” enamel Tram Car Numberplate in v.g.c. 7×4.5in. SOLD FOR
323 A superb South Western Railway brass and wire Carriage Interior Luggage Rack. The end brackets with scrollwork clearly showing “SWR”. Complete and in fine condition. 29.5x12in. SOLD FOR
324 Somerset & Dorset Joint Line cast iron Occupation Crossing Notice. A scarce sign face restored only. SOLD FOR
325 South Eastern & Chatham Railway Guard’s 15 jewel Pocket Watch by the American Waltham Company. The enamelled face in good condition bears the name “Waltham” and the screw back is inscribed “SE & CR 1215”. Very nice condition but requires attention. n/s
326 BR(S) fully flanged enamel “Private” Station or Signal Box Doorplate. Some chipping but good colour and shine. SOLD FOR
327 GWR 3 aspect Handlamp. Top has a brass plate “GWR No. GWR Swindon” and the body is stamped “GWR”. Complete with original copper vessel by Wrights, all fittings and “GWR” etched front lens, aspect glasses are missing. Unrestored with original green and black paintwork. SOLD FOR
328 LMS (Midland Railway pattern) brass Locomotive Whistle retaining its original pointed finial. The valve base clearly marked “LMS”. V.g.c. and lightly polished 17in. tall. As carried by one of the 4-4-0 passenger locos, examples of which were used over the Somerset & Dorset Line. SOLD FOR
329 GWR double royal letterpress Poster “England and Belfast and North of England via Liverpool July, Aug and Sept. 1908”. Shows timetables to / from Belfast to / from Paddington and general travel info. Minor edge losses but a scarce survivor as these posters are printed on very thin paper. SOLD FOR
330 “Barry Dock and Railways” fully titled cast iron Trespass Notice. A scarce sign face restored only. SOLD FOR
331 “Southern Electric” double sided enamel Hanging Sign with directional arrows. Sunshine lettering to title. Some very well executed restoration. 20x15in. SOLD FOR
332 “British Railways Western Region Notice No Authorised Person allowed in this box by order”. This is the enamel version of the familiar GWR signal box doorplate. V.g.c. 11x8in. SOLD FOR
333 A Box of GWR Office Miscellaneous Items comprising blotter, paper spike, paper weight, pen nib box and contents and a variety of forms and company envelopes. Worth a look! SOLD FOR
334 “Great Western Railway Hotels” silver plated Milk Jug by Hutton of Sheffield. Face marked with the company twin shields and scroll device. 3.75in. tall. n/s
335 GWR post grouping 3 aspect brass collar Handlamp. Body stamped “GWR” and has “Hetherington & Company Manufacturers Birmingham” oval plate. Complete with all fittings and glasses. SOLD FOR
336 BR(S) “Porter” totem Cap Badge by Gaunt in good condition. n/s
337 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “75D” (Horsham then Stewarts Lane). “BR(S)” Eastleigh triangle to rear. Part face restored. SOLD FOR
338 A plate glass Carriage Window etched “Smoking”. V.g.c. 29.5×16.75×0.25in thick. SOLD FOR
339 Brass cased Signal Box Plunger with enamel ring “Crewkerne”. V.g.c. throughout. SOLD FOR
340 Southern Railway (LSWR pattern) 3 aspect Handlamp. “SR” top and body and “E” brass plate. Complete with LSWR vessel, all fittings and glasses. Unrestored. SOLD FOR
341 Enamel Advertising Sign “Sunlight Soap” with pictorial of product and packet. Minor chips and edge wear only. Will look very good when cleaned. Good colour and shine. 24x18in. SOLD FOR
342 “Midland & S.W. Junction Railway North and South Rly. Connections” so titled Diagram of Lines nicely colour coded with other pre-group company lines. Covers an area from Liverpool / Leeds / Manchester down to the south coast between Portsmouth and Seaton. A fine diagram with minor edge tears only 54.5x23in. Rolled. SOLD FOR
343 BR(S) “Ladies Room” fully flanged enamel Station Sign. Chips to edges / flange only. Very good colour and shine. 24x12in. SOLD FOR
344 Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway cast iron Bridge Numberplate “82”. Unrestored. From Kilver Street footbridge, Shepton Mallet. SOLD FOR
345 Southern Railway unframed card Carriage Advertisement “Advertise on the ‘Live’ Line”“ with artwork by D.W. Burley 1940 and graphics of the period. Light damp staining in places. 25.25x10in. SOLD FOR
346 Southern Railway enamel Station Target Sign “Dorking North”. Some chipping around edges and on right end but good colour and shine. A former LB & SCR station between Leatherhead and Horsham. n/s
347 BR(W) “British Railways” enamel Notice / Posterboard Header in v.g.c. and with very good colour and shine. 27in. long. SOLD FOR
348 “LB & SCR Signal Dept” so stamped adjustable Spanner by Buck & Hickman of London. V.g.c. 13.5in. long. SOLD FOR
349 A Ticket Conductor’s Williamson’s Patent Ticket Printer together with a hand held wooden ticket holder with a large number of Lynton & Lynmouth Cliff Railway tickets. SOLD FOR
350 “S&DJR Beware of Trains” cast iron Notice in fine ex-lineside condition with brown paintwork applied when the line was transferred to the Western Region hastening its demise. SOLD FOR

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