October 2021 Lots 305-349

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Lots 305 – 325 Closing time Tuesday October 19th 5.00pm tel. 01949 21105
305 Caledonian Railway enamel Sign “Cross the line by the bridge only” by the Falkirk Iron Co. Some edge chipping mostly covered by the new wooden frame. The face is in lovely condition with fine colour and shine. 28x22in. overall. sold for
306 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “50C” (Selby). Unrestored. sold for
307 “GER Cavendish” brass Lamp complete with burner and glass chimney. V.g.c. A station on the Bartlow – Long Melford line closed in March 1967. sold for
308 “LMS Hotels” silver plated Paper Knife in the form of an arrow complete with ‘feathers’ by Mappin and Webb. Superb item in v.g.c. 7.5in. long. sold for
309 “London Midland & Scottish Railway Company” silver plated Flower Vase with a weighted base by Walker and Hall. Face marked with the full title and heraldic devices. V.g.c. 7.5in. tall. sold for
310 Enamel Sign “John H. Turner & Lisney G.N.R. Depot New Barnet”. Some enamel losses but a rare survivor with very good colour and shine. 42x8in. and screwed to a ply panel with wall hangers. sold for
311 Caledonian Railway Wall Lamp stamped in the back plate “Caledonian A172”. Complete with brass burner, glass chimney and tinplate reflector. Nicely restored in Caley Blue. sold for
312 Rectangular cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Sir W.G. Armstrong Whitworth & Co. Ltd. Scotswood Works Newcastle-on-Tyne No. 975 1928”. Face lightly polished only. 8.1x5in. As carried by the GWR 56XX 0-6-2T. No. 6687. An Aberdare regular engine it was w/d in May 1962 and cut up at Swindon. sold for
313 East Coast Joint Stock glass Water Carafe. Nicely face etched “E.C.J.S. Dining Car”. V.g.c. 7in. tall and a scarce survivor. sold for
314 “South African Railways E. 36 1E” oval cast brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate as carried by a Class 1E Electric. Face restored only. sold for
315 Midland Railway Signal Box Diagram “Hurstwood” on a wooden panel in its original and unrestored signal box frame. Between Saltaire and Bingley on the Main Line from Leeds to Carlisle. Undated but pre-dates private sidings for Wigglesworth, an Engineering Firm, founded in 1903. 33x13in. sold for
316 Scottish North Eastern Railway 3 aspect Handlamp. Body is stamped “SNERy”“ and the top which is probably later NBR has a Murray’s Glasgow makers plate. Complete with all fittings and glasses and restored a while ago. sold for
317 BR(Sc) fully flanged enamel Station Doorplate “Ladies Waiting Room”. Enamel losses to three corners. Ex-door condition with very good colour and shine. sold for
318 North Eastern Railway “Shut This Gate” cast iron Sign of a scarcer form. Face painted only. 16.5in. long. sold for
319 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “8F” (Springs Branch, Wigan). Face restored only. sold for
320 Cast brass Locomotive Nameplate “The Life Guardsman” as carried by the LMS ‘Royal Scot’ Class 4-6-0 No. 46150 built at Derby Works in 1930 to lot no. 73. A Crewe North, Llandudno Junction, Holyhead and Carlisle Kingmoor Loco, it was w/d from the latter Nov. 1963 and cut up at Crewe Works. The nameplate 48.5in. long, is in fine condition face restored only and on a metal display splasher fitted with a brass oil box. sold for
321 Great Eastern Railway octagonal cast iron Bridge Number Plate “958”. From a structure over a stream between Bury St. Edmunds and Welnetham. RS
322 Carriage Print “Lastingham, Yorkshire” by Freda Marston from the LNER 1945 – 47 series. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. sold for
323 NER engraved brass Signal Box Shelf / Instrument Plate “Newsham North S.B.” The other side is engraved “East Boldon Jn.” 12in. long. sold for
324 Caledonian Railway upholstered mahogany Chair. The back rail bears a carved “CR” monogram and the seat is upholstered in dark red leather. A lovely example in fine condition. sold for
325 “LMS Troon Harbour” Office Stamp on a turned wooden handle. V.g.c. A former Glasgow & South Western Railway location. sold for
Lots 326 – 349 Closing time Tuesday October 19th 5.00pm tel. 01949 21106
326 LNER cast iron Station Platform Seatback Nameplate “Finningley”. Ex-seat painted condition 32in. long. A former GN & GE Joint station east of Doncaster closed in June 1963. sold for
327 London Brighton & South Coast Railway weight driven long case mahogany Clock. The dial re-written “LB & SCR Webster 74 Cornhill London”. Complete with weight, pendulum, winding key and door key. V.g.c. The clock is from the platform at Seaford station, terminus of the line from Newhaven Harbour. 81in. tall x 24.5in. o/all width x 10.75in. o/all depth. sold for
328 Large Webb & Thompson Single Line Staff. The cast brass end inscribed “Willington – Blunham”. V.g.c. A section of the former LNWR Bedford to Cambridge line closed in Jan. 1968. sold for
329 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “55D” (Royston). Restored a while ago. sold for
330 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway cast iron Trespass Notice. Face restored only. sold for
331 A Train Tail Lamp by “The Linley Engineering Company Birmingham”. Bearing their makers plate and an embossed “NER” brass plate. Complete with vessel, burner and a red bullseye lens. Fine original red painted condition. sold for
332 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “16G” (Westhouses). Face restored only a while ago. sold for
333 “Canadian Pacific Luxurious Steamers to Canada. Convenient trains leave this station in connection with the sailing of these steamers” superb Advertising Mirror which used to hang in the waiting room at Edwinstowe station on the old LD&ECR ‘Dukeries’ Route. A splendid item in its original oak frame 23.5×19.25in. overall. sold for
334 River Weaver Navigation 3 aspect copper Handlamp. The body inscribed “R.W.N 1895” (date) and stamped “WN. M. LK” Western Marsh Lock). Complete with rape oil vessel & burner, interior aspect glasses and a bullseye lens. An unusual lamp by “G. Booth & Co. Liverpool”. Unpainted. sold for
335 River Weaver Navigation 3 aspect copper Handlamp of slightly different style. The body stamped “R.W.N. 1899” (date) and “T.B N.WICH” (Nantwich). Complete with rape oil vessel & burner, aspect glasses and a bullseye lens. Another unusual example. Unpainted. sold for
336 Cast aluminium Diesel Depot Plaque featuring the star and scroll of Immingham Depot. A depot spare example face painted only. sold for
337 “GN & GE Joint Railway” cast iron Bridge Weight Notice in fine unrestored condition. A scarce sign 27x19in. sold for
338 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station Direction Sign in v.g.c. with fine colour and shine. 21×10.5in. sold for
339 London & North Western Railway Signal Box Signal Repeater Instrument. The copper face plate inscribed “L&NWRy. Electrical & Signal Dept. Crewe No. 3333”. Displays a Home Lower Quadrant Signal Arm. Good condition. 10in. tall. sold for
340 LNER Locoman’s small 3 aspect Handlamp. The body is embossed “LNE” which is repeated on the aspect drum and original vessel. Complete with all fittings and restored. sold for
341 “GW & LNW Jt. Rys” titled cast iron Gate Notice. V.g.c. and restored a while ago. sold for
342 Great Northern Railway long spout vertical Oil Can embossed “GNR” in the body. Nice polished condition 24in. long. sold for
343 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “62B” (Dundee Tay Bridge). Face restored only. sold for
344 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Number Plate “45498” as carried by the LMS ‘Black 5’ 4-6-0 built at Derby in 1944. The penultimate member of this very large class. A Motherwell engine in BR days it was w/d in June 1965 and cut up by Arnott Young, Carmyle. The plate is face restored and in Scottish Region blue and part restored on the back. sold for
345 “L&NWR Co. 65” cast iron Viaduct Numberplate. Minor edge losses and unpainted. RS
346 Carriage Print “Ettrick Bay, Island of Bute” by Alasdair MacFarlane from the 1956-57 Scottish Region series. Small foxing spot to bottom left corner and in a glazed frame. sold for
347 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “41D” (Canklow). Face restored only. sold for
348 GWR cast iron Cabside Numberplate “3660” as carried by the 57XX 0-6-0PT built at Swindon and a regular Tyseley loco during the BR period. It was w/d in April 1963 and cut up at Cashmore’s, Great Bridge. The cabside is in v.g.c. and restored both sides. sold for
349 Caledonian Ry Guard’s brass Thunderer Whistle clearly marked “CR”. V.g.c. and working. RS

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