November 2020 Lots 282-326

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Lots 282 – 303 Closing time Lots Tuesday Dec. 1st. 4.00pm tel. 01949 21105
282 “Clayton Wagons Ltd. Abbey Works Lincoln, England 1927” cast iron Makers Plate. Face restored only. 10.5×6.25in.
283 “Southern Railway” small enamel Ticket Conditions Notice. Re-touched chipping and corrosion loss to top left corner. 9x6in.
284 Midland Railway cast iron Trespass Notice. “Alexis L. Charles Secretary June 1899”. Nicely restored.
285 Telegraph Lineman’s large mahogany cased Galvanometer. The dial is lettered “Telegraph Works Silvertown London”, and the case stamped “SARA” in several places. A nice early instrument.
286 Whole Edmondson Rail Tour Travel Tickets mostly mid 50’s to mid 60’s and mainly Midlands area. Interesting locations and lines many now closed. 35 in total all different.
287 “Panoramic View of the Caledonian Canal” from Oban to Inverness. Accompanied with full illustrations along the route. Laminated and framed 38.5×9.25in. Very colourful.
288 LYR 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “Permanent Way Dept. St. Lukes”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Restored. The bullseye lens slightly pot marked.
289 South Eastern Railway cast brass Luggage Rack Bracket. “SER Co” initials within the scroll design. V.g.c. 10in. projection.
290 Cast aluminium Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “92028” reputedly as carried by the BR Crosti boilered ‘9F’ 2-10-0 built at Crewe in 1955. A Wellingborough and Saltley loco it was w/d in Oct. 1966 and cut up by Cashmores, Great Bridge. Cleaned otherwise ex-loco condition and definitely carried.
291 A Print of a painting of one of the Humber Ferry Vessels “Swingfield Castle” by David Bell. Signed by the artist in the margin. The ex-BR paddle steamer is now preserved at Hartlepool, her birthplace in 1934.
292 Great Northern Railway of Ireland small cast iron Trespass Notice. Face restored only. Its former location “Trew and Moy” is marked on the top edge.
293 BR(W) aluminium Single Line Key Token inscribed “Burrows Sdgs. – East Depot Loop” (Swansea). Remains of original red paint. V.g.c.
294 “London & North Eastern Railway” fully titled cast iron Trespass Notice. Nicely face restored.
295 “Wear Valley Extension Railway” 37mm. pewter Medal Cutting of the first sod at St. Johns Chapel by Sir Joseph W. Pease. 21st October 1895. The reverse bears an image of the baronet. The branch extension to Wearhead closed in June 1953.
296 Small cast iron Toilet Notice “Midland Rly. Insert 1d. in the slot pull handle towards you and pass through”. Face restored over surface corrosion. 8×4.75in.
297 “LNER Bealings” engraved brass Cash Bag Plate on its original leather mount. The former GER station between Ipswich and Woodbridge closed in Sept. 1956.
298 A miniature brass Working Model of a 6 Lever Signalling Frame complete with springs and cranks. Very well made. 5.25×3.5in. o/all.
299 BR(NE) black edged enamel Station Doorplate “Staff Only”. Some chipping but good colour and shine.
300 LNER cast iron ‘9×5’ Locomotive Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway 1055 1946”. Unpainted. As carried by the B1 Class 4-6-0 built by NBL Co. (25811 of 1946). An Ipswich, Doncaster and Retford loco it was w/d in Feb. 1966 and cut up at Ward’s, Beighton, Sheffield.
301 BR(E) double royal letterpress Poster “Train Service Alterations from Jan 15th. 1951. Lists Notts, Leices, Lincs and Yorks. Services and London Suburban. V.g.c. with light folds only.
302 Three BR peaked Caps all in v.g.c. and complete with insignia. BR(E) with “British Railways” totem badge; BR(Sc) with light blue cloth and double arrow badge; British Railways with yellow title and lion & wheel badges. (3).
303 Carriage Print “Charles I at Nottingham Castle” from the LMR 1955 History Series by Sawyer. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame.
Lots 304 – 326 Closing time Tuesday Dec. 1st. 4.00pm 01949 21106 tel. 01949 21106
304 North Eastern Railway Numbertakers Wall Lamp in ex-service light blue paintwork. Complete with all glass (small crack to one side). Door catches a/f. 17×13.25x28in. tall.
305 “Midland Railway New Works etc. in the Parish of Cransley Plans November 1876”. Two folding plans of the line from Kettering in soft covers. Good for its age 20x15in. before opening out.
306 “NER Grand Hotel West Hartlepool” oval silver plated Dish by Elkington. Fine condition. 16.5x12in.
307 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “56B” (Ardsley). Restored a while ago and on a wooden mount.
308 LNER cast iron Doorplate “Signal Fitters”. A very scarce example in v.g.c. Face restored and a fine untouched ex-door back.
309 “Imperial Chemical Industries Limited (Alkali Division). Wennington LMR (C.L.C.) No. 3344” large cast iron Wagonplate. Face restored. 29×8.5in.
310 LNER two pint silver plated Coffee Pot by Walker & Hall. Script initials to the face and in good condition. 7.5in. tall o/all.
311 BR(M) flangeless enamel Station Sign “Trent”. Minor chips only and with very good colour and shine. A former Midland Railway station between Nottingham and Derby closed in Jan. 1968. 25x20in. (See next lot).
312 Office Copy Track & Signalling Diagram “Trent Stn. Nth & Sth. Junctions”. The whole complex shown with locking diagrams etc. Undated but the station buildings are shown together with lots of semaphore signals. A fine diagram with minor wear only. Rolled. 77.5x27in.
313 “GWR” Look-Out Man’s brass Warning Horn. A nice example. Working order. 6.25in. long.
314 Cast brass Locomotive ‘Nameplate’ “No. 2” as carried by a Hawthorn Leslie Saddle Tank No. 2458 of 1900 that worked at the Holwell Iron Co. A lovely old plate. 15x6in.
315 GNR Somersault Signal Lamp Interior plated “Peakirk”. Complete with all fittings and glasses and restored. The station on the Spalding – Peterborough Line closed in Sept. 1961.
316 GWR copper Urn with wooden handled brass tap. Brass face plate is stamped “GWR Carriage Department Messroom”. Tap is also stamped “GWR”. V.g.c. 14in. tall.
317 LMS oval cast brass Locomotive Tender Plate “Water Capacity, 4000 Gallons”. Cleaned and unpainted. 10.5x6in.
318 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “77003” as carried by the BR Standard 2-6-0 built at Swindon in 1954. Originally allocated to Darlington it was w/d from Stourton in Dec. 1966, stored at Normanton and cut up by Ward’s, Beighton, Sheffield. A scarce plate from a Class of only 20 members in totally ex-loco condition as purchased from BR by our vendor. (See next lot).
319 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “55B” (Stourton). Fine ex-loco condition including North Eastern Region paintwork.
320 “Automobile Association Level Crossing Safety First” enamel Sign by Franco Signs. Much face restoration but looks good. 26x22in. o/all.
321 “BR(W)” embossed Side & Tail Lamp with two clear bullseye lenses, drop in red shade insert and two lamp iron brackets. Complete with all fittings. Good original condition.
322 Original Painting by the Grantham artist Terry Shelbourne depicting a view of the Grantham Loco Yard with V2, B1 and O2 locos on view together with the coaling plant and water softening plant.
323 London & North Western Railway enamel Station Sign “Lichfield”. Some corrosion losses but a scarce survivor presented in an old oak frame. 52.5×17.5in. o/all.
324 “Midland Railway Co. Derby” so impressed small glazed stoneware Bottle in v.g.c. 6.25in. tall.
325 Fibre Single Line Tablet “Silksworth Jn. – Colliery 25”. Small abrasion to rim.
326 Oval cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “The Hunslet Engine Co. Ltd. Leeds No. 3509 – 1947”. Cleaned and unpainted. 11.25x8in.

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