November 2018 Lots 501-550

SAT 24th November 2018 – Cedric Ford Pavilion,
Newark Showground, Lincoln Road, Newark, Notts, NG24 2NY
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501 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “9J” (Agecroft). Unrestored. n/s
502 Wooden Signal Box Board with applied letters “Askrigg” from the former NER Wensleydale line closed in April 1954. Good ex-box condition. 39×11.25in. SOLD FOR
£600
503 Carriage Print “Staithes, Yorkshire” by Gyrth Russell from the LNER post-war series issued circa 1950. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
£120
504 LNER 3 aspect Handlamp with brass plate “London & North Eastern Railway Ancaster”. A station between Grantham and Sleaford. Complete with all fittings and glasses and restored. SOLD FOR
£50
505 Cambrian Railway untitled cast iron Gate Notice from the Newcastle Emlyn Branch. Good ex-lineside condition. SOLD FOR
£80
506 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “30E” (Colchester). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£200
507 A Box containing a quantity of M&GNJR Circle Magazines produced for the society members. Well illustrated with useful information. n/s
508 A Box of Lamps and other items. SOLD FOR
£190
509 An Original Painting by J.D. Goffey depicting a North British Railway train hauled by 0-6-0 Tender Loco No. 415 (built at Cowlairs in 1872) below the castle rock, Edinburgh. A charming image oil on board and in a glazed frame with mount. 19.5×15.5in. o/all. SOLD FOR
£100
510 Two cast iron Wagon Plates both lettered “For repairs advise Wagon Repairs Ltd”. One is “Mold Junction”, the other “Reparco Works Saltney Ferry nr. Chester”. Face painted only. (2). SOLD FOR
£40
511 BR(W) flangeless enamel Doorplate “Tickets”. Excellent condition. SOLD FOR
£170
512 Oval cast iron Industrial Locomotive Registration Plate “Registered by the Railway Executive No. 1420 1953”. Ex-loco condition. As carried by a Hawthorn Leslie 0-6-2T (3834 / 1934) at NCB, Philadelphia, Tyne & Wear. Their No. 57. SOLD FOR
£50
513 BR(ER) double royal pictorial Poster “Huntingdon” by Lance Cattermole. Shows Oliver Cromwell (1599 – 1658) and some of his troops. Folds and corner tape stains. SOLD FOR
£90
514 Two bronze Doorplates with white enamel infill to letters: “Waiting Room” 10.26x2in and “Ladies” 6×1.5in. Both in v.g.c. (2). SOLD FOR
£60
515 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “51F” (West Auckland). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£320
516 GNR 3 aspect Handlamp with brass plate “Great Northern Railway Company Werrington Junct. No. 1”. Complete with all fittings and glasses and restored. ECML signal box north of Peterborough. SOLD FOR
£340
517 BR(E) fully flanged enamel Station Direction Sign. A few small face / edge chips. Good colour and shine. SOLD FOR
£460
518 North Eastern Railway leather Cash Bag with early style brass plate “NER Wensley”. A former station on the Dales line of the same name closed in April 1954. SOLD FOR
£180
519 Cheshire Lines Committee 3 aspect sliding knobs Handlamp stamped “CLC 43 PE 10” and brass plated “Cheshire Lines 43 PE 10 Mouldsworth”. Complete with vessel plated with same number, all fittings and glasses and unrestored. SOLD FOR
£640
520 Pair of LNER script initials glass Whisky Tumblers of different types. V.g.c. (2). SOLD FOR
£70
521 Four Midland Railway engraved brass Signal Box Lever Plates. One is from Blackwell box and another is from Coalville box (marked on rear). n/s
522 A brass Locomotive Whistle as carried by the LNER ‘A3’ Class Pacific No. 60097 “Humorist”. Complete with lever and lightly polished. The loco named after the 1921 Derby winner was built at Doncaster (1709 of 1929) and was the subject of several modifications relating to smoke lifting culminating in the fitting of smoke deflectors in May 1947 which it retained through the BR period. An Edinburgh engine during BR days, it was w/d from St. Margaret’s in August 1963 and cut up at Doncaster Works. SOLD FOR
£380
523 BR(S) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Wandsworth Common”. A small chip between the two words not affecting lettering. Some edge / flange chips. Very good colour and shine. A former LBSCR station. SOLD FOR
£320
524 A Great Central Railway Wicker Basket containing a LNER enamel water jug, a LNER carriage mirror, a LNER sack, a LNER 13T. Darlington ‘D’ plate and a LT “Morden / High Barnet enamel train destination plate (6). SOLD FOR
£200
525 A Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway Signal Lamp Interior Vessel brass plated “Terrington”. Complete with burner and glasses. Restored. The station was between Sutton Bridge and South Lynn and closed in March 1959. SOLD FOR
£200
526 A Single Needle Telegraph Circuit Board ex-Grantham Telegraph Office. Comprises nine circuit cards covering the ECML, Lincoln branch, Boston line and line to Leeds. V.g.c. and in original glazed frame. 25.5x8in. SOLD FOR
£130
527 MR Signal lamp Case with brass plate “Midland Railway Co.” and copper plate “Helpston”. Complete with vessel, all fittings and glasses and unrestored. The location was north west of Peterborough where the MR and GNR ECML tracks ran parallel. SOLD FOR
£90
528 Full size replica cast brass LNER D49 ‘Hunt’ Class Locomotive Nameplate “The Craven” complete with fox. The original plate was carried by 62759. SOLD FOR
£260
529 Full size replica cast aluminium Train Headboard “The Waverley”. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£160
530 Full size replica cast aluminium Class 40 Diesel Locomotive Nameplate “Apapa” complete with painted shipping line house flag. The original plate carried by 40035 (D235). SOLD FOR
£360
531 BR(E) fully flanged enamel Doorplate “Public Relations and Publicity Department District Office”. A very scarce doorplate in fine condition. 21x8in. SOLD FOR
£420
532 A Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Presentation silver Teaspoon with enamelled company title, crest and crown of Queen Victoria. The reverse is inscribed “Engineers”. n/s
533 Wooden Signal Box Board with applied cast letters “Walton”. Very good ex-box condition. 54.75×10.5in. A former Midland structure north of Peterborough. SOLD FOR
£160
534 Box of Signalling Items. SOLD FOR
£270
535 BR Modern Image flanged aluminium Station Sign “Runcorn East”. 56.75×13.75in. Good ex-station condition. SOLD FOR
£80
536 “GCR 538” cast iron Bridgeplate from a structure between Brackley and Finmere. Face restored a while ago. SOLD FOR
£120
537 “Highland Railway Hotels” fully titled and crested china Egg Cup in v.g.c. Small glazing flaw to side does not detract. n/s
538 Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “M&GNJR” in top handle and reducing cone. Body is brass plated “Signal Linesman Yarmouth 2430”. Complete with “M&GN” vessel, all fittings, front lens but lacks aspect glasses. SOLD FOR
£640
539 Rectangular cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Sir W. G. Armstrong Whitworth & Co. (Engineers) Ltd. No. 1178, 1935 Scotswood Works Newcastle-on-Tyne”. As carried by the LMS ‘Black 5’ 4-6-0 No. 45137. The plate has all four corners damaged and has been cleaned only. SOLD FOR
£110
540 Carriage Print “Palace of Holyrood House, Edinburgh” by Henry Rushbury from the LNER 1945 – 47 Series. In an original glazed frame. SOLD FOR
£40
541 Box of Miscellaneous Railway Items including a LNER enamel “Wickham Market” seatback and a LNER “Private” doorplate. Worth a delve! SOLD FOR
£190
542 “Glasgow & South Western Railway Steamers” silver plated Salt / Mustard Spoon by Walker & Hall. The handle bears the full title and crest over the initial “S” presumably referring to the steamer concerned. SOLD FOR
£25
543 Great Central Railway cast iron Boundary Post. 30in. tall. Restored. SOLD FOR
£60
544 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “61B” (Aberdeen, Ferryhill) with a curly “6”. Painted both sides but a carried example. SOLD FOR
£180
545 LNER 3 aspect GER sliding knobs pattern Handlamp stamped “Heacham”. Complete with all fittings, glasses and back handle. A fine lamp nicely restored. Heacham a junction station on the Kings Lynn – Hunstanton line closed in May 1969. SOLD FOR
£340
546 A Loco Footplate Man’s metal ‘Snap’ Box. The lid with integral storage compartment has brass plates “W.G. Balaam” and “C. Hildred Ironmonger & Tinsmith Hainton Square Grimsby”. Restored. SOLD FOR
£130
547 GWR small enamel Registration Plate “Great Western Railway Mon. & Brecon Canal 143”. Excellent condition. 4x3in. SOLD FOR
£140
548 BR(W) enamel and nickel ”Ticket Collector” totem Cap Badge by Gaunt in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
£60
549 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “82E” (Bristol Barrow Road). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£170
550 Full size replica cast brass LMS ‘Patriot’ Class Locomotive Nameplate “Isle of Man” with its cast brass badge both mounted on a steel back plate and look superb. The original plate was carried by 45511. SOLD FOR
£580

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