May 2019 Lots 151-200

SAT 11th May 2019 – Gartell Light Railway,
Templecombe, Somerset BA8 0NB
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151 Office Copy Signal Box Diagrams: “Brockenhurst ‘A’ (9/2/73); “Lymington Junction” (2/12/72) and “Dorchester Junction” (2/2/72). All folded. (3). SOLD FOR
152 “LSWR Passengers cross the line by the bridge” cast iron Notice. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
153 BR(W) cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “6139” cleaned otherwise ex-loco as carried by the large Prairie 2-6-2T built in 1931. A Tyseley, Didcot and Oxford loco finally w/d from Southall in Nov. 1964 and cut up at Buttigiegs, Newport. SOLD FOR
154 Two gold embossed leather Passes: LB&SCR 2nd. Class Main 1907; and a LB&SCR & LSWR 1st. Class example. Both stamped “Specimen” and “Cancelled” respectively. V.g.c. (2). SOLD FOR
155 Cast brass Locomotive Nameplate “Trevose Head” as carried by the LB&SCR ‘H2’ Class Atlantic built at Brighton in 1911, one of only six class members. Numbered 425, 2425 and under BR 32425 it was a Brighton allocated engine. The penultimate class survivor it was employed on several rail tour specials and w/d from service on 30th. Sept. 1956. In Dec. 1956 until April 1957 it was sent to Slade Green to heat the Electric Depot whilst the permanent plant there was being converted from coal to oil. The loco was finally scrapped at Brighton Works on 31st. May 1958. The nameplate is in fine condition with a re-painted face only and very lightly polished. 42.5in. long. n/s
156 Kit built finescale ‘O’ Gauge Model of the ‘Brighton’ Atlantic Locomotive and Tender No. 32425 “Trevose Head”. Nicely detailed and finished in fully lined BR livery. SOLD FOR
157 “Great Western Railway (London) Athletic Association” silver Medallion. The reverse inscribed “Veltom Challenge Trophy E. Hight 1910”. V.g.c. and complete with ring mount. SOLD FOR
158 “Taff Vale Railway Trespassers will be prosecuted” double sided cast iron Sign with integral post mounting cap. Partially restored a while ago. SOLD FOR
159 London & South Western Rly. 3 aspect Handlamp. Body is stamped “SWR 5140 Okehampton” with brass plates “E”, “SWR” and “128”. Complete with L&SWR vessel, all fittings and glasses. Unpainted. SOLD FOR
160 Replacement Lot. BR(W) enamel “Passengers are requested to cross the line by the bridge”. SOLD FOR
161 Southern Railway official Publication “Southern Homes” 376pp. plus folding map. Fourth edition in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
162 GWR fully titled printed tinplate Notice requesting passengers to examine their change on leaving the booking office. V.g.c. 13.5x9in. SOLD FOR
163 South Eastern & Chatham Rly. General Purpose Handlamp. Clearly stamped “SE&CR” and brass plated “S.R.A. F2948”. Complete with SR Ashford vessel, all fittings and glasses. Restored. SOLD FOR
164 Four superb colour washed original LSWR linen Drawings detailing a mill engine, stationery engine and a steam hammer at Nine Elms Works and a boiler for a Neilson goods engine. Dated 1890’s and one drawing is signed “W.Adams”. All are rolled in excellent condition and must be viewed to appreciate the quality of the draughtsmanship. (4). SOLD FOR
165 Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway cast iron Firebuckets Notice in unrestored condition. SOLD FOR
166 London Brighton & South Coast Railway early Carriage brass Candle Lamp. Brass “B” disc to the face and rear of wall bracket stamped “LB&SCR”. V.g.c. and rare. SOLD FOR
167 GWR Vesta Match Case. Titled label to lid reads “Hotels under GWR Co. Management”. Lists those at Paddington, St. Ives, New Milford and Goodwick. Retains some of the gilded plating and a number of original matches. SOLD FOR
168 Somerset & Dorset Joint Rly / Co-Operative Wholesale Society metal Milk Churn of 56lbs Tare. Elliptical brass plate to top “Empty W.T.B. Cox S&DJR Bath”. V.g.c. 34.5in. tall. SOLD FOR
169 South Eastern & Chatham Railway cast iron Station Lamp Post with barley twist style upright. LNER swan neck fitting atop with Sugg type lamp. Height of post only from ground level is 8 feet. Successful bidder to dismantle and collect from Ashford (Kent). SOLD FOR
170 Double sided wooden Road Direction Board with applied cast letters “Cowgrove 1/2 Pamphill 1/4 Kinstone Lacy Church”. Ex-roadside condition. 39.25×11.5in. The locations are near Wimborne, Dorset. SOLD FOR
171 “Great Western Railway” fully titled cast iron Signal Box Door Plate. Casting Number “U75” in the back. Restored. SOLD FOR
172 BR(S) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Sundridge Park”. A small chip to the edge of the bottom panel otherwise superb condition. A former SE&CR station between Bramley and Grove Park in South London. SOLD FOR
173 A Pair of GWR post grouping brass collar 3 aspect Handlamps by private manufacturers. A Bladon Birmingham 1937 example and another by the Veritas Lamp Works. Both complete and restored. (2). SOLD FOR
174 LB & SCR 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “LB&SCR Coulsden No. 713”. Large full title LB&SCR brass plate to body. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Restored. n/s
175 Cast aluminium Road Sign “Steep Hill” by the Royal Label Factory Stratford-on-Avon. A plated repair to a break to lower right corner. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
176 Replacement Lot. 2 Wagon Plates: Metropolitan Carriage & Wagon and Midland Carriage & Wagon 1925. SOLD FOR
177 Box of Railway Lamps. SOLD FOR
178 Two GWR Photochrom Carriage Panels: “The Macgillicuddy Reeks, Killarney, Co. Kerry” and “At Parknasilla, County Kerry”. V.g.c. and in original type glazed frames. (2). SOLD FOR
179 GWR enamel Station Lamp Post Tablet “Cholsey & Moulsford” very good ex-station condition with fine colour and shine. 20in. long. The station south east of Didcot is now called “Cholsey”. SOLD FOR
180 BR(M) 15 jewel Pocket Watch by Phenix. The case back inscribed “BR – (M) 21667”. V.g.c. and working order. SOLD FOR
181 Great Western Railway 3 aspect copper top Handlamp numbered “15256”. Complete with original “GWR” vessel, “GWR” porcelain burner, all fittings and “GWR” etched front lens. Red shade missing. Restored. SOLD FOR
182 Carriage Print “Ufford, near Melton, Suffolk” by L.R. Squirrell from the LNER 1945 – 55 series. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
183 Large enamel Sign “Southern Railway Company Folkestone Harbour. Cargo and Motor Cars / Passengers Steamers” with directional arrows. Some restoration but with good colour and shine. On its original wooden backing frame 104x48in. An impressive enamel with the heading in ‘Sunshine’ lettering. SOLD FOR
184 “GWR Audit Office” so painted wicker Waste Paper Basket in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
185 South Eastern Railway Locomotive Gauge Glass Lamp. Stamped “SER 4088” and “A” for Ashford. Complete with fittings and glasses. Unrestored and rare. SOLD FOR
186 Printed tinplate Sign “Oxydol soaks – boils washes clothes – whiter – brighter”. Some light rusting otherwise good. 10.25×6.25in. SOLD FOR
187 Cast aluminium double sided Road Signpost Top “Blackhill X Dorset 682001”. Ex-roadside condition. Section of loss to bottom rim. SOLD FOR
188 LB&SCR Locomotive Headlamp. Body is stamped “LB&SCR” and has two plates “London Brighton & South Coast Railway Company (brass) and “B585 Horsham” (steel). Top is also stamped “LB&SCR”. Complete with a vessel & burner but lacks aspect glasses. Minor corrosion to lens cowl. Unpainted and scarce. SOLD FOR
189 Isle of Wight Central Railway fully titled Diagram of Gradients signed “Russell Willmott General Manager Jan. 1913”. All stations are shown with distances shown from Cowes. Folds and in an original glazed carriage print frame. 26.75x11in. o/all. SOLD FOR
190 Album of Luggage Labels: Approx. 180 plus mixed company’s incl. LB&SCR, GER, GN&GE, NLR, GWR, LMS, LNER, GNR(I) and SL&NCR. SOLD FOR
191 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “34019”. As carried by the SR ‘West Country’ Class Pacific “Bideford”. Cleaned otherwise good ex-loco condition with “BR(S)” Eastleigh triangle to back. The loco was built in 1945 and shedded at Exmouth Jct. , Brighton and Nine Elms. W/d in March 1967 and cut up at Cashmore’s, Newport. SOLD FOR
192 British Transport Commission Southern Region small enamel Notice regarding tickets, luggage, etc. As displayed in ticket offices and booking halls. Excellent condition. 6x4in. SOLD FOR
193 Southern Railway enamel Station Sign “Notice. Lympstone passengers join front of train. Clyst St. Mary Halt and St. James Park Halt passengers in rear coaches”. Some chips but good colour and shine. 48x24in. Rare to find Clyst St. Mary on any enamel, the halt closed in Sept. 1948. SOLD FOR
194 An educational Print titled “Tickets Please” featuring a SR ‘King Arthur’ Class Loco and a SR ticket collector with a ‘SR’ toy train along the bottom. V.g.c. and in a glazed frame with mount. 18.5×18 in. o/all. SOLD FOR
195 Southern Railway enamel Station Target Sign “Faversham”. Edge re-touching only and slight loss of shine. SOLD FOR
196 L&SWR paper Notice “Method of dealing with vehicles down and up trains at Salisbury station” dated Sept. 1909. In its original wooden frame 15x10in. o/all., the back of which is written “Rescued from the derelict Station Master’s Office Ringwood”. Together with a period framed photograph of the “Railway Smash, Salisbury, July 1st. 1906”. (2). SOLD FOR
197 Southern Railway Splitter Lamp with protective bars to the red and clear bullseye lenses. Brass plate to top “BR(S) S262”. Body stamped “S262”. Complete and in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
198 Original Painting by Joe Townend G.R.A. depicting a S&DJR 7F No. 53801 at Shepton Mallet. Oil on canvas. Unframed 24x20in. SOLD FOR
199 Great Western Railway 12in. mahogany drop cased Wall Clock. The dial re-written “G.W.R. Kay & Co. Makers”. The fine quality fusee movement is chain driven. The back box bears a “GWR 2594” ivorine plate. A fine timepiece circa 1880 in working order complete with pendulum and key. SOLD FOR
200 Cast aluminium Locomotive Worksplate “Built by British Railways Eastleigh 1962 Power Equipment English Electric Company Limited” as carried by the Class 73 Electro Diesel “Sir Herbert Walker”. Together with its aluminium “73A” (Stewarts Lane) shedplate. Both face ex-loco. The worksplate 10.25×5.9in. (2). SOLD FOR
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