November 2023 Lots 201-250

Cedric Ford Pavilion, Newark Showground, Lincoln Rd, NG24 2NY
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201 Fibre Single Line Tablet inscribed “Pinwherry – Barrhill 16”. V.g.c. A section of the former G&SWR long branch down to the PP&W line near Stranraer closed in June 1965. n/s
202 Midland Railway cast iron Boundary Post. This is the scarcer smaller pattern with “MR” initials incised into the curved top. 38in. tall. Formed out of bent rail. SOLD FOR
203 LNER Locomotive Regulator Handle as fitted to Pacific Classes V2’s and K3’s. Ex-loco condition. 27in. long. SOLD FOR
204 Guard’s Pocket Watch by Selex with subsidiary seconds dial. The face is in excellent condition and the nicely aligned screwback is inscribed “LNER 4206”. Working order complete with chain. SOLD FOR
205 North Eastern Railway 3 aspect miniature Handlamp constructed in copper without a back handle. Unmarked except for “NER” in the brass side catch. Complete with bullseye lens, copper vessel but lacks aspect glasses. V.g.c. and an unusual variant. n/s
206 British Railways plastic cased modular Signal Box Block Instrument in v.g.c. Ex-Fulbourn, east of Cambridge. SOLD FOR
207 Mahogany cased Signal Box Training Instrument plated “No. 3”. One face has a handle operating a needle device and the other displays a similar needle with alphabet letters. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
208 Carriage Print “Loch Morar, Inverness-shire” by W. Douglas MacLeod from the 1956 / 7 Scottish region series. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
209 “Great Northern Railway” fully titled rectangular cast iron Bridge Notice in fine original condition. 27x19in. SOLD FOR
210 BR(Sc.R) double royal pictorial Poster “Dunfermline” by McIntosh Patrick featuring very herbaceous artwork of the town gardens. Folds only otherwise v.g.c. SOLD FOR
211 Oval cast aluminium Locomotive Builders Plate “Brush Traction No. 81 1958 England”. As carried by Class 31 ‘Toffee Apple’ DE Loco No. D5510 later 31010 w/d July 1976 and cut up at Doncaster. Face restored, back stamped “31010”. SOLD FOR
212 London & North Western Railway 3 aspect Handlamp of the early form with offset side catch and back handle with thumb roll. Body stamped “P.Way Lancaster 43” and plated “NDPW 43” (Northern Division Permanent Way). Complete with all fittings and glasses including broken “LNWR” porcelain burner. A scarce pattern of lamp. Unrestored. SOLD FOR
213 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station Sign “Ticket Office & Waiting Room” 36x18in. Corner edge chipping but main area v.g.c. with excellent colour and shine. SOLD FOR
214 A Box of Miscellaneous Signalling Items together with booklets and a Midland Ry signal box wooden finial. SOLD FOR
215 Oval cast brass Locomotive Worksplate “LMS Built 1937 Crewe”. Devoid of paint and v.g.c. 10.3x6in. Locos built that year at Crewe were Class 3 2-6-2T Nos. 40185 – 40195, Class 4F 0-6-0 Nos. 44562 – 44576, Class 7P 4-6-2 Nos. 46220 – 46224 and Class 8F 2-8-0 Nos. 48015 – 48026. SOLD FOR
216 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “41C” (Sheffield Millhouses then Wath). Unrestored. SOLD FOR
217 “GNR Running Lines between London & Peterborough 1911”. A detailed folding diagram which opens out to 36×8.5in. In gold embossed leather covers, damaged at spine. Contents very good condition. SOLD FOR
218 “LNER” glass Bon-Bon Dish with the company script initials top marked in the centre. V.g.c. 5.75in. dia. SOLD FOR
219 “Great Eastern Railway” fully titled enamel Trespass Notice recovered from Pampisford station between Cambridge and Bartlow. Some chipping as would be expected on a sign of this material and age but it retains superb colour and shine. A rare survivor. 34.75×22.75in. SOLD FOR
220 Oval cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Vulcan Foundry Co. Ld. Newton-le-Willows Lancashire No. 1207 – 1887”. A superb old plate 9.6×5.75in as carried by the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Class 2F 0-6-0 which became BR No. 52024. Early BR period it was at Patricroft, cut up later at Horwich. SOLD FOR
221 Midland Railway mahogany cased Signal Box Block Instrument with brass plates “Topley Pike” and “Down Line”. It is marked “MR Co” several times and is in v.g.c. The location is near Millers Dale, Derbyshire. SOLD FOR
222 Halifax High Level Railway cast iron Bridge Numberplate “HHLR 8”. Face restored only. A GNR style plate and a scarce one. SOLD FOR
223 GER Cart Lamp with large copper plate stamped “GER Melton Constable Gds.” Complete with GER vessel, all fittings and glasses. The location is the headquarters of the M&GNJR system! n/s
224 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “44567”. Ex-loco condition as carried by the LMS 4F Class 0-6-0 built at Crewe in 1937. In BR days it was shedded at Gloucester. SOLD FOR
225 Oval cast iron Locomotive Worksplate “LMS Built 1946 Horwich”. Unrestored. Locos built that year were ‘Black 5’ 4-6-0’s Nos. 44944 – 66 and 44982 – 90. SOLD FOR
226 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “82B” (Bristol St. Phillips Marsh). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
227 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Croston”. Small face chips and grey painted flange. Good colour and shine. A former LYR station between Liverpool and Preston. n/s
228 “Southern Railway” two piece enamel Poster Board Header with sunshine lettering from Ashurst station. 80in. long o/all. SOLD FOR
229 LMS wooden Signal Box Nameboard with cast iron letters “Morecambe South Jct”. Excellent condition 96in. long. SOLD FOR
230 BR C.M.E. Department rolled linen Plan of Toton Up & Down Sidings. Dated March 1949 and drawn at 40 feet to one inch scale. This very lengthy plan 38in. wide includes the loco depot and reveals just how huge the operations were at Toton with a mind blowing number of sidings active at the time. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
231 Midland Railway long engraved brass Signal Box Shelf Plate “Up Line Embsay Station Down Line”. Good condition 33in. long. SOLD FOR
232 BR(M) double sided enamel Station Sign “Please Show Tickets” to one face, the other face blank. V.g.c. both sides and complete with hanging loops. 16x10in. SOLD FOR
233 Oval cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “A. Borsig Berlin – Tegel F No. 12179 1930”. Face restored, back cleaned 8.25×5.25in. Ex – JZ (Yugoslav Railways) 2-10-0 No. 30. 030. SOLD FOR
234 Carriage Print “Sunderland, Co. Durham” by E.T. Holding from the LNER 1945 – 47 series and in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
235 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “76059” in ex-loco condition. As carried by the BR Standard Class 4 2-6-0 built at Doncaster in 1955 and allocated to the Southern Region at Redhill and Eastleigh. Withdrawn from the latter in Sept. 1966 and cut up by Cashmores, Newport. (See next Lot). SOLD FOR
236 “Built Doncaster 1956” oval cast iron Locomotive Worksplate as carried by one of the 76XXX 2-6-0 locos built that year which were 76063 – 76074. Restored. SOLD FOR
237 “Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Company” oval china Tureen by Copeland top marked with the full title and company crest and with a pedestal foot. V.g.c. 12.5×8.75in. SOLD FOR
238 A metal Splasher which would suit LNER A3 and B17 Class nameplates. Very well made and finished in black and BR green with orange lining. It did carry a ‘9×5’ plate on the face hence the two screw holes. 64in. long x 6.5in. wide. SOLD FOR
239 A Pair of Lamps: A “GWR” marked Carbide Handlamp by the Premier Lamp Co. Leeds and an interesting lantern type Lamp brass plated “MOD Railway Safety Prototype LNER”. Both complete, nicely restored and in v.g.c. n/s
240 North Eastern Railway mahogany short cased Repeating Block Instrument brass plated “Down Goods”. Also has “Spagnoletti” on the dial. SOLD FOR
241 “Great Northern Railway Beware of Trains. Look both up and down the line before you cross”. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
242 “British Railways Engines must not pass this point” fully flanged enamel Sign with re-touched face and flange chips. 30x18in. SOLD FOR
243 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “9F” (Heaton Mersey). Face restored only a while ago. n/s
244 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station Doorplate “Staff Only”. One small bottom edge face chip. Good colour and shine. SOLD FOR
245 Box of Miscellaneous Ephemera. SOLD FOR
246 A Collection of pictorial Hotel Luggage Labels. Pre and post grouping British Railway Companies and private hotels in the U.K. and abroad. Also includes a few shipping. Approx.120 different plus duplicates in an album. Good range and very colourful. SOLD FOR
247 Oval cast brass Locomotive Worksplate “LMS Built 1892 Derby” with inscribed date. V.g.c. and unpainted. 10.3x6in. Probably from a Midland Railway 0-6-0 or 4-4-0 loco. SOLD FOR
248 LNER 3 aspect Handlamp, GNR pattern stamped “L&NER 979” top and body and dated Nov. 1923. Brass plated “London & North Eastern Railway Bayford 2” and with re-location plate “Brundall”. Complete and in v.g.c. A transitional lamp pure GNR in form. SOLD FOR
249 “MR” cast iron shield shaped Plate ex-Burma Mian Mar Railway Locomotive “A28” marked on the back. Unpainted. 8×7.75in. o/all. SOLD FOR
250 LNER cast brass Locomotive Nameplate “Bradford” complete with cast brass football. As carried by the ‘Sandringham’ B17 Class 4-6-0 No. 61667. Built in 1937 by Robert Stephenson and Co. The engine was allocated to Woodford Halse, Colwick, Colchester, Stratford and March in BR days. Withdrawal came in June 1958 followed by cutting up at Doncaster. The nameplate (58in. long) and ball are nicely mounted on a painted shaped aluminium panel incorporating the football club colours. n/s