May 2019 Lots 301-350

SAT 11th May 2019 – Gartell Light Railway,
Templecombe, Somerset BA8 0NB
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301 “Bletchington Station G.W.Ry” brass headed Office Stamp on a turned wooden handle. Together with a BR envelope bearing the wax seal impression. The station on the Oxford – Banbury line closed in Nov. 1964. (2). SOLD FOR
302 GWR cast brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “4984” as carried by the ‘Hall’ Class “Albrighton Hall”. Built in 1931. An Oxley, Taunton and Cardiff East Dock loco it was w/d in Sept. 1962 and cut up by Hayes, Bridgend. The plate has been face repainted only and polished. n/s
303 “L&SWR 2 Gal” so marked Oil Storage Can in v.g.c. and complete with chained stopper. 17.5in. tall. SOLD FOR
304 L&SWR walnut Desk Ink Stand with two original glass inkpots with brass collars and a dip pen. Damaged enamel plate to top “L&SWRy. Garnham & Co. Telegraph Engineers London E.C”. A fine item with decorative brass handle which possibly graced the desk of a S&T Engineer or other official. 11.5×7.5in. o/all. SOLD FOR
305 Great Western Railway pre-grouping Train Tail Lamp. “GWR” embossed brass plate to chimney. Rear bracket stamped “B1453”. Complete with original “GWR” vessel with “GWR” filler cap, “GWR” porcelain burner and a red bullseye lens. A fine example with original red paintwork. SOLD FOR
306 Southern Railway enamel Propping of Wagon Doors Notice. 18 lines of text and dated “Waterloo Station 1925”. Light edge wear only. Very good colour and shine. 17.75×11.75in. SOLD FOR
307 BR(W) aluminium Single Line Key from the S&DJR inscribed “Evercreech Jcn. North – West Pennard”. V.g.c. and restored. SOLD FOR
308 Letterpress Posters: BR(S) proposed closure of Wareham – Swanage branch; ditto Maiden Newton – Bridport; Taunton – Minehead timetable. (3). SOLD FOR
309 GW & LNWR 3 aspect Handlamp, LNWR pattern. Body stamped “Tenbury Goods GW & LNW Joint A30183”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Restored. Tenbury, renamed Tenbury Wells in Nov. 1912 closed in Aug. 1962. SOLD FOR
310 “BR(S) 9098” Guards 17 jewel Pocket Watch by Montine of Switzerland. V.g.c. and in working order. SOLD FOR
311 Lynton & Barnstaple Railway cast iron Signal Post Finial in fine unrestored condition. 31.5in. tall. Photos of Lynton station show finials of this type atop a bracket signal. SOLD FOR
312 South Eastern & Chatham Railway “All Season Tickets to be Shewn” enamel Notice. Some restoration to edges. Very good colour and shine. 12x10in. SOLD FOR
313 Large cast iron Doorplate “L&SWR Neither matches nor lights must be taken near stored paraffin”. Face restored only. 16.5x12in. SOLD FOR
314 BR(W) half flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Chepstow”. One bent wing with restoration and the flanges re-painted, displays well though. SOLD FOR
315 “(Somer)set & Dorset Joint Railway” enamel Poster Board Header possibly from Chilcompton station. The part with the letters in brackets is missing. the remaining sign has chipping and enamel losses but well worthy of restoration. What remains is 85in long and screwed to a length of timber with a traced outline of the missing “Somer” part. SOLD FOR
316 Small double sided wooden Carriage Board lettered “Swansea (High Street) / Aberdare (High Level)”. V.g.c. 32in. long. SOLD FOR
317 Carriage Print “The Hampshire Coast Go by Train” by Langhammer from the 1965 Southern Region series. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
318 BR(SR) double royal pictorial Poster “Sidmouth South Devon” with artwork by Syters? V.g.c. with folds only. SOLD FOR
319 “Spratts enamel Sign with the company name forming a dog, cat, bird and fish. Chip to bottom screwhole otherwise fine condition. 23.5x5in. SOLD FOR
320 Great Western Railway cast iron “To Owners and Drivers of Locomotives etc.” Weak Bridge Notice. Post grouping pattern in v.g.c. n/s
321 Three framed & glazed Prints of Paintings. GWR interest showing steam hauled express trains on Royal Albert Bridge, Dainton Bank and Birmingham Snow Hill station. (3). SOLD FOR
322 LSWR brass Plunger with enamel description ring “Lift Bells”. Very nice condition throughout. SOLD FOR
323 GWR pre-grouping cast iron Station Doorplate “Waiting Room”. Ex-station condition. SOLD FOR
324 London & South Western Railway miniature 3 aspect Handlamp with square front and side door. “L&SWR Co.” brass plate to body. Complete with “L&SWR” vessel but lacks glasses. Unrestored. SOLD FOR
325 Cast aluminium Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “34002” reputedly as carried by the SR ‘West Country’ Class Pacific “Salisbury” on rail tours towards the end of its service. The plate bears the “BR(S)” Eastleigh triangle and has the bolt hole bosses at the rear. SOLD FOR
326 South Western Railway polished hardwood Policeman’s Truncheon clearly marked “SWR 158”. Complete with leather wrist strap stamped “Hiatt”. SOLD FOR
327 LB & SCR 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “LB & SCR” and dated for 1878. Steel plated “P.Way Dept. Pulborough” top and body. Body also has large brass LB & SCR full title plate. Complete with all fittings and glasses and in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
328 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “84E” (Tyseley then Wadebridge). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
329 “East Kent Bus Stop Request” double sided cast aluminium Sign in good unrestored condition. SOLD FOR
330 Great Western Railway cast iron Signal Post Finial, pre-grouping wooden post style. 29in. tall and on a wooden base stand. SOLD FOR
331 Southern Railway enamel Station Target Sign “Shorncliffe” some restoration to chipping and with fine deep colour and shine. SOLD FOR
332 “Isle of Wight Railway Company” belted garter Title Transfer nicely mounted on a framed wooden panel. 14.5x12in. SOLD FOR
333 SR / BR(S) “Please Show Tickets” enamel Notice in superb condition. 16x10in. SOLD FOR
334 Box of Railway Lamps. SOLD FOR
335 Carriage Print “A Job on the Right Lines”. A BR advertising panel for railway staff. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
336 “British Railways” Southern Region double royal enamel Poster Board Header. A filled chip to each end. Very good colour and shine. 26.75in. long. SOLD FOR
337 “Chemin de Fer de L’Ouest et de Brighton” pictorial Poster with text in French advertising services from Paris to London from Gare St. Lazare. Fine artwork featuring Tower of London, Tower Bridge and a Yeoman of the Guard. Jointly produced by the CDF L’Ouest and LBSCR companies. the former company becoming LEtat in 1881. A couple of tears but the poster is laid on linen to conserve. A rare image. 48×33.5in. n/s
338 GWR Locomotive Nameplate “Tawstock Court” as carried by the ‘Saint’ Class 4-6-0 No. 2951 built in 1913. Latterley a Gloucester engine it was withdrawn in 1952 and cut up at Swindon. The nameplate has been face restored, the back is ex-loco. n/s
339 Original Painting by Joe Townend G.R.A. depicting GWR ‘Castle’ Class “Goodrich Castle” on shed at Stafford Road. Oil on canvas. Unframed. 19.75×15.75in. SOLD FOR
340 Brass faced steel Single Line Tablet inscribed “Egloskerry – Tresmere 5” and stamped “Not in use”. V.g.c. A former LSWR section of the Halwill Jct – Padstow line closed in Oct. 1966. SOLD FOR
341 Southern Railway enamel Station Running-In-Sign “Wareham”. V.g.c. with tiny chips only and in a wooden frame 105x27in. A former LSWR station and Junction for Swanage. SOLD FOR
342 LSWR Signal Box Telephone with separate earpiece. Enamel plates “To call exchange”, “Challenge before calling” and “For code ringing”. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
343 A Presentation silver plated Tray by Walker & Hall inscribed “Presented to Wm. Wilcox by the officers of the Metropolitan Railway on his retirement from the service 30th. June 1921 as a token of their regard”. Very ornate and superb condition. 12.5in. dia. SOLD FOR
344 Original Painting by Norman Elford G.R.A. depicting the re-opening train on the Watercress Mid-Hants line dated February 1979. A fine image of the train hauled by SR 2-6-0 No. 31874 with headboard up. Framed 27x21in. o/all. SOLD FOR
345 SER or SE&CR “Beware of Trains” enamel Notice by the Falkirk Iron Company. Some restoration and a tad grainy but scarce. 16.5x9in. SOLD FOR
346 Southern Railway enamel Sign “To Down Trains”. Minor edge and screwhole chips only. On its original wooden framed backing board. 42x20in. o/all. SOLD FOR
347 Southern Railway Naming Ceremony Leaflet for the ‘West Country’ Class locos together with an official SR photograph of No. 21C111 “Tavistock”. The nameplate was unveiled by Mr. J. Heyden, Tavistock U.C. SOLD FOR
348 BR(WR) Telephone Circuit Code Card for “Westbury Exchange – Weymouth February 1959”. 30 locations printed, evocative names and many now no more. In its original “GWR” branded glazed frame. SOLD FOR
349 Class 1951 EMU Stock EFB Control Panel includes main speedometer gauge, apertures for three other gauges, push buttons, toggle switches and bulbs & wiring to rear. Ex-Unit condition. 32in. long. SOLD FOR
350 Two BR Class 73 Electro-Diesel Loco Doors with aluminium handles. Both are lettered “Max Speed 90 mph”. One is ex- 73101, the other 73106. Good original condition. each measures 24x16in. o/all. (2). SOLD FOR
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