November 2018 Lots 401-450

SAT 24th November 2018 – Cedric Ford Pavilion,
Newark Showground, Lincoln Road, Newark, Notts, NG24 2NY
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401 Pair of Handlamps: “L&YR Newsholme” 3 aspect with original vessel with all fittings and glasses; together with a BR(M) Austerity pattern 3 aspect with vessel and fittings but no glasses. Both restored. (2). (See next lot). SOLD FOR
£140
402 LMS cast aluminium ‘Hawkseye’ Station Running In Board “Newsholme” in ex-station condition with remains of maroon paint. 48in. long. A former LYR concern south of Hellifield on the Blackburn line closed in August 1957. SOLD FOR
£520
403 Original Painting by Joe Townend G.R.A. depicting ‘Jubilee’ Class “Resolution” hauling an express on the Settle – Carlisle line. Oil on canvas. 30x20in. SOLD FOR
£80
404 MSLR mahogany cased Signal Box non-pegging Block Instrument. Base clearly marked “MSLRy.” Trafolite plate “Up Line from Newark South”. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£140
405 BR(M) 15 jewel Guard’s Pocket Watch by Vertex. The enamelled dial is lettered “BR(M)” and the case back is inscribed “BR(M) 19943”. V.g.c. and working order. SOLD FOR
£130
406 Taff Vale Railway fully titled cast iron Weak Bridge Notice dated March 1st. 1881. face restored only a while ago. SOLD FOR
£200
407 “Highland Railway Coy.” silver plated Fruit Bowl on a pedestal foot by Mappin & Webb. Clearly face marked with the company title in a belted garter. SOLD FOR
£60
408 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “21E” (Monument Lane). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£80
409 “South Eastern & Chatham Railway” fully titled enamel Sign re: “Goods intended for transmission at this station etc.” Minor chips to edges and minor losses to corners. A rare sign by the Falkirk Iron Co. 42x26in. SOLD FOR
£170
410 Furness Railway Rolling Stock ‘Pot’ Lamp stamped “FRC” and bearing three brass plates “Furness Railway Company manufactured by Messenger & Sons Birmingham”, “FRC Barrow Goods No. 3” and “Messenger & Sons Patentees Birmingham & London”. Complete with bevelled, radius side glasses and in v.g.c. A rare lamp indeed. n/s
411 A Cab Speedometer Gauge as carried by a GWR Castle or King Class Locomotive calibrated to 100 mph. Ex-loco condition and accompanied by a photograph of a ‘King’ Class cab backhead clearly showing such a gauge. SOLD FOR
£110
412 Associated Society of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen (ASLEF) coloured Certificate in a glazed frame with slip mount. 32.75×26.25in. o/all. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£40
413 Maryport and Carlisle Railway Company Rule Book 1st. November 1897. 210pp. tightly bound in plain hard covers issued to Mr. F.W. Cameron Wigton Station. SOLD FOR
£40
414 L&YR double sided wooden Station Sign with applied letters and pointing hands “To Yorkshire Trains”. Very good ex-station condition. 57.5x17in. SOLD FOR
£440
415 Engraved brass Locomotive Builders Plate “No. 2145 Darlington 1951”. Face restored and polished only. 12.25×6.25in. As carried by the BR Class 4 ‘Flying Pig’ No. 43103. A Hull Dairycoates, Kirkby Stephen, Carlisle Kingmoor and Carnforth loco, it was w/d from the latter in Dec. 1966 and cut up by Ward’s of Killamarsh. SOLD FOR
£500
416 A small group of M&GNJR Uniform Buttons displaying the different styles used by the company. Brass, nickel and the rare black horn police issue. 12 in total with a “M&GN” cloth badge all mounted in a glazed frame 12x10in. o/all. SOLD FOR
£130
417 London & North Western Railway fully titled cast iron Weak Bridge Notice. Restored a while ago. Post mark to rear. SOLD FOR
£100
418 GNR 3 aspect Handlamp brass plated “Great Northern Railway Company Potteric Carr. 1”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Unrestored. A signal box location south of Doncaster. SOLD FOR
£200
419 Great Eastern Railway leather Detonators Case with “GER” nickel badge. V.g.c. and complete with strap handle. SOLD FOR
£60
420 LNWR cast iron “Private” Doorplate. V.g.c. and face restored only. SOLD FOR
£100
421 Brass Single Line Staff inscribed “Halesworth Oulton Broad South”. Rubber hand grip with a steel terminal padlocked to which are five brass ‘tickets’ each inscribed “Halesworth – Oulton Broad South”. SOLD FOR
£320
422 “Midland Railway Co. Station Hotel Belfast” large china Water Jug by F&C Osler, London. The company banner title and wyvern device boldly face displayed. Excellent condition. 12in. tall o/all. Formerly owned by the Belfast & Northern Counties Railway, the hotel was absorbed into the Midland Railway (NCC) in 1903. SOLD FOR
£380
423 Painted steel Preservation Era Steam Loco Train Headboard “Cumbrian Coast Express”, with lamp iron bracket to rear. 41.75in. long o/all. Ex-loco condition with some re-touching of paintwork. SOLD FOR
£100
424 BR(E) double royal Poster Timetable “Doncaster 9th. June to 14th. September 1958”. “Yorkshire Pullman”, “White Rose” and “Tynesider” expresses are included. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£50
425 GWR engraved brass Plate “Nelson and Llanciach Jct. to Cwmbargoed Staff Ticket”. V.g.c. 4.75x3in. A GWR & Rhymney location in the Welsh Valleys. SOLD FOR
£80
426 Carriage Print “Halesworth, Suffolk” by F.Baldwin from the LNER post-war series issued circa 1947. A file copy in v.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
£50
427 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “92024” as carried by the BR Standard Class 9F 2-10-0 introduced in 1954 and one of only ten examples fitted with a Crosti boiler. A Wellingborough and latterly Birkenhead engine it was w/d Nov. 1967 and cut up at Campbell’s, Airdrie. The plate is undamaged and restored both sides. SOLD FOR
£820
428 Midland Railway Signal Lamp Interior stamped “MR Co. Gas” (i.e. Gasoline Oil) and brass plated “Thorney West No. 2” complete with all fittings and glass. Restored. Thorney on the M&GNJR system closed in Dec. 1957. SOLD FOR
£80
429 NER “Porter’s Room” enamel Doorplate from Askrigg station on the Wensleydale line closed in April 1954. Minor edge chips only. Very good colour and shine. SOLD FOR
£320
430 LNER 3 aspect GER pattern sliding knobs Handlamp stamped “Goods Stratford” and with later copper plate “Lincoln P. Way”. Complete with back handle, all fittings and glasses. Restored. SOLD FOR
£300
431 Large cast iron Wagon Plate “Butterley Co. Limited 1558”. Good unrestored condition. 15.5×8.5in. SOLD FOR
£70
432 LMS 18 jewel Guard’s Pocket Watch by Record. The case back inscribed “LMS 10473”. Requires attention but a very nice chunky watch with a correctly aligned back. SOLD FOR
£120
433 BR(M) Buffer Stop Lamp with red bullseye lens and lamp iron bracket to rear. Complete with all fittings and glasses. V.g.c. and in original red paintwork. SOLD FOR
£90
434 LNER enamel Station Running-In Board “Holme Change for Ramsey”. Small edge chips only and in a wooden frame 62.5×18.25in. o/all. Holme on the ECML south of Peterborough closed in April 1959. The Ramsey branch closed to passengers in Oct. 1947. SOLD FOR
£600
435 An original Painting by Joe Townend G.R.A. depicting ‘A1’ “Kestrel” with passenger train under the crescent bridge at Peterborough North. Oil on canvas 24x18in. SOLD FOR
£150
436 LNER Cart Lamp with brass plate “London & North Eastern Railway Nottingham LR Gds. 37” (i.e. London Road Goods Depot in the city). Complete with all fittings and glass but lacks top wire handle. SOLD FOR
£120
437 A Group of Items from the BR Class 47 DE Locomotive No. 47776 comprising speedometer gauge, vacuum brake gauge & a “Brush” plate off the main generator. A one time ‘RES’ liveried loco named “Respected”, its previous numbers were 47578, 47181 and D1776. SOLD FOR
£70
438 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “90517” as carried by the WD ‘Austerity’ Class 2-8-0 shedded at Newport (51B), Thornaby and York. W/d from the latter in May 1966 and cut up at Draper’s, Hull. The plate is face painted over earlier green paintwork. SOLD FOR
£450
439 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “70D” (Basingstoke). “BR(S)” Eastleigh triangle to rear. Face restored only. n/s
440 Rolled coloured Signal Box Diagram “Wroxham” between Norwich Thorpe and Cromer Beach. Some cut-outs for colour lights but mainly semaphores. V.g.c. 54.5x17in. SOLD FOR
£210
441 Mahogany short cased Signal Box Block Instrument with engraved brass plate “Up Line”. Excellent condition. (See next lot). SOLD FOR
£80
442 Matching mahogany short cased Signal Box Block Instrument with previous lot. Engraved brass plate “Down Line”. Excellent condition. SOLD FOR
£80
443 “M&GN 96” cast iron Bridge Number Plate from the elliptical metal bridge under a minor road from Kettlestone to Croxton east of Fakenham. SOLD FOR
£150
444 GWR small wooden cased Void Meter. The brass dial inscribed “Great Western Railway Company Makers Reading”. Complete with brass ring handle and terminals etc. Vertical crack to glass front. SOLD FOR
£90
445 LNWR copper and brass tubular Syphon boldly inscribed “L.N.W.R. Carr. Dept. Wolverton”. A superb item nicely polished. 25.5in. long o/all. SOLD FOR
£60
446 “Chapman NER Askrigg” brass Milk Churn Label. A former Wensleydale line station closed in April 1954. SOLD FOR
£80
447 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “73083” as carried by the BR Standard Class built at Derby in July 1955 and into traffic at Stewarts Lane. Named “Pendragon” in 1959. It was w/d Sept. 1966 from Weymouth and cut up by Cashmores, Newport. SOLD FOR
£820
448 BR(NER) double royal Poster “Excursions to York Races” with an image of a jockey by Pat Keely. Shows times and fares from a list of stations between Saltburn and Stockton. 1961. Folds and minor nicks. SOLD FOR
£70
449 “South Eastern and Chatham Railway” fully titled enamel Notice re-passengers using the booking office. Some edge chipping and a small corner loss but a rare sign nevertheless. 14.5×9.75in. SOLD FOR
£320
450 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Old Roan”. Minor flange chipping only. Very good colour and shine. A former LMS station opened in 1936 on the Liverpool – Ormskirk line. SOLD FOR
£360

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