May 2021 Lots 401 – 441

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Lots 401 – 422 Closing time Friday May 14th 3.00pm tel. 01949 21105
401 Carriage Print “Tattershall, Lincolnshire” by Freda Marston from the LNER 1945 – 47 series. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. sold for
402 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “8A” (Edge Hill). Restored a while ago. sold for
403 Various LNWR Signal Parts comprising: Spectacle with original red glass (ex-Knighton), pivot spindle casting, back blinder, LNWR lamp case no. 7356 with LNWR vessel and steel dish which holds the lamp onto a bracket. sold for
404 Virgin Trains double royal Poster “Dublin via Holyhead”. A striking image from the modern train operator. V.g.c. and professionally backed on hardboard. sold for
405 Signal Box Diagram “Pleasley Colliery” between Shirebrook and Skegby Junction with sidings into the colliery linking to the Midland Railway’s sidings, 1954. 41x19in. Rolled. sold for
406 3.5 inch gauge Model of a wooden planked Coal Wagon standing on scale track with turned up ends upon a textured base. A nicely built model 12in. long o/all buffers. sold for
407 Mahogany cased Signal Box Block Bell with tapper and small nickel mushroom bell. V.g.c. sold for
408 Cast aluminium Road Sign “Low Bridge Headroom 14’-4”. A riveted plate repair at the base on the back undertaken in service and a bend to lower right corner. Face restored only and complete with all glass beads. sold for
409 Small enamel Sign or Doorplate “Walter Willson’s Red Star Indian Tea suits the water of this district. Do you use it?” Superb condition 10x4in. sold for
410 GER 3 aspect sliding knobs Handlamp stamped “Rayne 2” and date coded for 1906. Complete with back handle, all fittings and glasses. Nicely restored. Rayne was on the Bishop’s Stortford – Wickham line and closed in March 1952. sold for
411 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “27C” (Southport). The “7” formed from weld with the original number chiselled off. Definitely original and unrestored. sold for
412 A bronze Medal struck to commemorate the opening of the Edinburgh & Glasgow Railway February 18th 1842. It features high relief images of “The Great Viaduct over the valley of Almond near Edinburgh” on one face and “Royal Exchange Square Glasgow” on the other. V.g.c. 48mm. dia. sold for
413 Carriage Print “Lastingham, near Pickering, Yorkshire” by L. J. Wood from the 1954 series. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. sold for
414 Hexagonal engraved brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Robert Stephenson & Co. Ltd. No. 3554 Darlington 1913”. As carried by South African Railways Class 14R 4-8-2 No. 1712. V.g.c. 11.25×5.25in. sold for
415 BR(S) Locomotive Headlamp stamped “H8358” and brass plated “BR(S)H 8358”. Floor embossed “BR.A.” (Ashford). Complete with correct interior, red aspect glass and clear bullseye lens. V.g.c. and restored. 13.25in. tall. sold for
416 SR / BR(S) earlier style Locomotive Headlamp with taller neck stamped “2730” and larger lamp bracket to the rear. Complete with correct interior, red aspect glass and clear bullseye lens. V.g.c. and restored. 14.5in. tall. sold for
417 Seven enamel Plates re: Use of toilet doors etc. including early examples. (7) sold for
418 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “36A” (Doncaster). Restored a while ago. sold for
419 Bronze Single Line Tablet inscribed “Bolsover – Glapwell”. A section of former Midland Railway south of Staveley originally closed to passengers in the 1930’s. sold for
420 “Great Western Railway Hotels” silver plated small Sugar Bowl by Elkington. Face marked with the company twin shields and title scroll. Lovely condition complete with gilded interior. sold for
421 Great Western Railway Hotels silver plated Milk Jug by Hutton of Sheffield. Face marked with the company twin shields and title scroll. V.g.c. 3.75in. tall. n/s
422 Cast brass ‘9×5’ Locomotive Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway 62718 (strip) Darlington Works 1928”. Original number “2718” very clear under the strip. As carried by the D49 Class 4-4-0 “Kinross-shire”. A St. Margaret’s engine in BR days it was w/d April 1961 and cut up at Darlington. Face restored only. sold for
Lots 423 – 441 Closing time Friday May 14th 3.00pm tel. 01949 21106
423 Small brass Plate stamped “P. Morgan Langwith Jc.” V.g.c. 3×0.75in. sold for
424 Cast iron Notice “Sharpness New Docks & Gloucester & Birmingham Navign. Compy. Notice this bridge is insufficient to carry weights beyond the ordinary traffic of the district. By order”. V.g.c. and unrestored. 27×17.25in. sold for
425 Carriage Print “Brig O’ Balgownie, near Aberdeen” (smaller size) by Edward Lawson from the 1956 – 57 Scottish Region series. In an original type glazed frame. sold for
426 London & North Western Railway fully titled cast iron 1883 Gate Notice in v.g.c. and face restored only. sold for
427 GNSR 4 aspect Handlamp. Squat top pattern plated “R. C. Murray & Co. Carlton Court Bridge St. Glasgow”. Body is brass plated “Great North of Scotland Railway Company No.” Complete with all fittings and glasses. V.g.c. and unrestored. sold for
428 Three Signal Box brass Instrument Plates: NER “Down Line”, L&YR “Slow”, MR “Down Line”. V.g.c. (3). n/s
429 LNER fully titled 1st. Class Permanent Way Certificate N. E. Area awarded for “Copgrove Length Boroughbridge branch, York area 1935”. V.g.c. in a glazed oak frame 12.75x11in. sold for
430 “RAC” double sided enamel Sign with directional arrows. Blank centre sections for bolting on appropriate additional signage. 36x12in. Together with two pressed aluminium road signs: “No Left Turn” 27x19in. and “No Entry” 36in. dia. (3). sold for
431 Midland Railway brass Wall Lamp Vessel clearly marked “MR Co. Gas” i.e. Gasolene oil. Complete with burner. sold for
432 Great Western Railway pattern Signal Box mahogany cased Water Tank Gauge Instrument. Needle display lettered “High / Low”. V.g.c. sold for
433 LNER 4 aspect Handlamp brass plated “London & North Eastern Railway Fulbourne”. Very good original condition complete with glasses and all fittings. A station just north east of Cambridge closed in Jan. 1967. sold for
434 “Midland Ry. Co.” cast iron Wagon Registration Plate “To carry 10 tons 33936 1900”. This is the rarer oval shape with both lugs intact. V.g.c. and unrestored. sold for
435 North British Railway all copper Platform Wall Lamp complete with white enamel reflector and all glasses. V.g.c. 23in. tall. sold for
436 Great Eastern Railway large enamel Direction Sign from Witham station, Essex. “To the Dunmow and Bishop’s Stortford Trains” with pointing hand. The sign indicates the platform for the branch to Bishop’s Stortford opened in 1869, truncated when the section from Braintree was closed to passengers in 1952 and freight in 1971. Weathered and previously restored, the sign could benefit from further restoration although the majority of the lettering remains intact and displays well. 105x27in. and heavy. Buyer to collect from Mid Essex. sold for
437 LNER polished wooden framed Carriage Panel incorporating pencil sketches by J. W. King in titled mounts “Queen of watering places Scarborough two charming bays” and “Whitby designed by nature for ideal holidays”. Small inset repair to left end otherwise v.g.c. 45.5×12.5in. o/all. sold for
438 MSLR large square Handlamp with a triple fluted top, brass plated “Manchester Sheffield & Lincolnshire Railway Cuddington for Winsford Junction” and a small oval brass plate “G. Hildred Ironmonger & Tinsmith Hainton Square, Grimsby”. A fine impressive lamp complete with all fittings and glasses and in v.g.c. Cuddington, between Northwich and Chester was the junction for the Winsford branch, which closed to passengers in Jan. 1931. sold for
439 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “52A” (Gateshead). Face restored and on a wooden mount. sold for
440 Brass cased Locomotive Electric Headlamp probably as removed from the LNER B1 Class 4-6-0 No. 61313. V.g.c. (See next lot). sold for
441 Diamond shaped cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “North British Locomotive Company Ltd. Glasgow 1948 No. 26214”. Very lightly face polished only. As carried by the LNER B1 Class 4-6-0 No 61313. A Sheffield Darnall engine for many years, it was w/d from Langwith Jct. in May 1965 and cut up by Hughes, Bolckows Ltd., North Blyth. sold for

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