October 2021 Lots 392 – 430

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Lots 392 – 413 Closing time Wednesday October 20th 3.00pm tel. 01949 21105
392 Oval cast brass LNER ‘9×5’ Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway 61209 N. B. Loco Co. 1947”. Lightly face polished only. As carried by the B1 Class 4-6-0 w/d from Colwick in Sept. 1962 and cut up by Looms, Spondon. sold for
£180
393 LSWR pattern mahogany cased Signal Box Telephone with brass fittings and enamel plate reading “Important listen before calling / Use this key to call control”. V.g.c. sold for
£100
394 GNR large 3 aspect Handlamp brass plated “Great Northern Railway Company Boston Pass No. 24”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Restored. sold for
£200
395 “London & North Eastern Railway” fully titled cast iron Sign “Look both up and down the line before you cross”. Ex-lineside condition. sold for
£120
396 LNER brass Acetylene Handlamp (Great North of Scotland Railway pattern). Boldly stamped “LNER” twice and complete with all fittings. V.g.c. (See also lot no. 99). sold for
£45
397 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “16B” (Kirkby in Ashfield then Annesley). As carried by the 8F 2-8-0 No. 48024. Face restored only and displayed on a wooden mount. sold for
£85
398 “Great Eastern Railway 1st. Class All Stations” brass and enamel Pass “Bearer L&NW”. Reverse outlines conditions for use and the pass no. 760. V.g.c. sold for
£230
399 “GCR 288 (5)” cast iron Viaduct Plate from the multi-arch structure south of Nottingham Victoria station. Face restored only. sold for
£420
400 Carriage Print “Brightlingsea, Essex” by Leonard Squirrell from the 1948 – 55 series. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. RS
401 “LNER 2286” large oval cast iron Bridge Numberplate. An unusual replacement plate from the GER structure which the official list shows as Meadow Lane under bridge between St. Ives and Bluntisham. Unrestored. RS
402 Cast brass Locomotive Whistle as fitted to the BR Class 9F 2-10-0 Locomotives. The lever is missing otherwise complete and unrestored. 14.5in. tall. sold for
£260
403 Small LNER copper Water Can, the lid bearing the embossed company initials. A superb little item 7.75in. tall x 10.75in long. o/all. sold for
£110
404 GER Station Platform Wall Lamp with the name “Manea” in the front glass, and large brass makers plate “The Silberlight Silber & Fleming Manufacturers London”. Complete with original ”Manea” plated vessel with burner and all glasses. One side panel has a crack and the door catch is slightly a/f. Restored. 20in. tall. The station is on the March – Cambridge line. sold for
£160
405 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Number Plate “44100” as carried by the LMS 4F Class 0-6-0 built by Kerr Stuart (4350 of 1925). A long term Burton engine in BR days it was w/d in April 1963 and cut up at Derby. The plate is in ex-loco condition as purchased direct from BR by our vendor. sold for
£320
406 Fibre Single Line Tablet “Callerton – Coxlodge”. A section of the NER Ponteland branch closed to passengers in June 1929. sold for
£80
407 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “64B” (Edinburgh Haymarket). V.g.c. Restored a while ago sold for
85£
408 Midland Railway double sided engraved brass Signal Box Signal Lever Plates “Down Goods Home / Disc From Down Slow Line”; “Down Outer Distant/ Distant From Colliery” and “Points Down Goods & Thro’ Road / Points In No. 1 Siding From No. 2”. V.g.c. (3). sold for
£75
409 BR(E) LNER pattern Locomotive Headlamp. Complete and in v.g.c. sold for
£130
410 Oval engraved brass Locomotive Builders Plate “No. 62038 1948”. Face lightly polished only. As carried by the Eastern Region K1 Class 2-6-0 built by the North British Locomotive Company Ltd (Wks. No. 26642 of 1949). Allocated to March and Doncaster it was w/d in Oct. 1963 and cut up at Bulwell Forest Wagon Works. sold for
£350
411 “Great Western Railway Hotels” silver plated Vinaigrette Bottle Holder by Elkington. Standing on four ball feet. Nicely top marked with the twin shields and title scroll device. V.g.c. 9.25in. tall overall. sold for
£80
412 LMS Signal Box Diagram “Derby St. Mary’s” of 1938 of the Midland Main Line just north of Derby. The box also controlled the branch into the Goods Depot. Rolled 48x18in. sold for
£240
413 Lancashire & Yorkshire Rly rectangular cast iron Bridge Notice. V.g.c. Face restored only. sold for
£85
Lots 414 – 430 Closing time Wednesday October 20th 3.00pm tel. 01949 21106
414 NBR Buffer Stop or Train Tail Lamp stamped “Queen St. 11625” and brass plated “11625 LNER Queen St.” Complete with vessel, all fittings and a red bullseye lens. Good ex-service condition. Queen Street is the former NBR station in Glasgow. RS
415 Diamond cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “North British Locomotive Company Ltd. Glasgow 1931 Hyde Park Works No. 24057”. Cleaned and lightly polished only. 15.25×6.25in. As carried by the GWR 57XX 0-6-0PT. No. 7769. A Neath engine in BR days it was w/d in Aug. 1959 and cut up at Round Oak Steelworks, Brierley Hill. sold for
£360
416 “LNER Knaresborough Station” double sided enamel Direction Sign. Re-touching to enamel losses to part of the ‘LNER’ both sides but good colour and shine. 24.5×9.5in. sold for
£1,650
417 “South African Railways 1892 14CRB” cast brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate as carried by the 4-8-2 built by Alco Montreal Works (60266 of 1919). Face restored only. sold for
£260
418 Great Western Railway Spring Balance by Salter’s to weigh 112lbs. Brass plate to the rear “GWR 5060 H. Pooley & Son Ltd. Contractors”. Complete with hanging and weighing hooks. The brass dial is 10.75in. diameter. V.g.c. RS
419 Copper General Purpose Handlamp with brass fittings. No markings but it is complete with its vessel, burner and bevelled edge glass. sold for
£60
420 North Eastern Railway cast iron Milepost Top lettered “Garfth. Jn. 4” to both faces. Cut from its support post so much easier to display. 18in. tall. The location was east of Leeds, junction for the Kippax and Ledston branch. sold for
£190
421 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “40B” (Immingham). Restored both sides. sold for
£60
422 Oval cast brass LNER ‘9×5’ Works Numberplate “LNER 6145 1906”. As carried by the Lancashire Derbyshire & East Coast Railway 0-6-4T. Built by Kitson & Co. Leeds (Works No. 4435 of 1906), and numbered A1. It became GCR No. 1145 and LNER No. 6145, becoming the M1 Class totalling 9 engines. Maintenance of the Class was undertaken at Tuxford Works until that facility was closed in 1927. Work was then transferred to Doncaster until 1931 when Gorton took over responsibility. The loco was w/d from Tuxford in Sept. 1941 but remained at Gorton Works converted to a stationary Air Reservoir until cutting up in 1958. The ‘9×5’ has been cleaned otherwise unrestored and is a rare survivor from a small Class of locos all withdrawn by 1947. sold for
£620
423 West Riding & Grimsby Railway cast iron Viaduct Number Plate “WR & GR 31”. From the multi-arch structure south of Wakefield Westgate station. Restored a while ago. RS
424 Great Western Railway Lower Quadrant Home Signal Arm. Comprises wooden blade 11.5in. wide with original black & white paint to one side but the red paint to the other face has gone. The cast iron end is embossed “GWR” but lacks spectacle plate. Unrestored. 53in. long o/all. RS
425 Two GNR Somersault Signal Lamp Interiors. One is plated “Werrington Jct”, the other “New England South”. Both in good condition and unrestored. (2). sold for
£150
426 GWR Centenary Banquet Souvenir in the form of a wood and card model of the 4-2-2 locomotive “Lord of the Isles”. The banquet was held on the 30th Oct. 1935 at the Grosvenor House, Park Lane, London. HRH The Prince of Wales was guest of honour. At the table male guests were given these souvenirs complete with a cigar in the firebox, cigarette in the chimney and matchbook on top of the boiler. sold for
£40
427 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “63656” as carried by the LNER Class 04 2-8-0 shedded at Colwick early in the BR period, later transferred to Barnsley, finally Staveley (GC) where withdrawal came in Dec. 1962 followed by cutting up at Doncaster. A nicely ‘balanced’ smokebox with curly 6’s, other Class numbers cast in the back and cleaned otherwise ex-loco. A small repair to torch spillage at right hand bolt hole. RS
428 Brass Steam Locomotive Whistle mounted on a polished wooden stand. 10in. tall overall, bell diameter 3.6in. sold for
£50
429 “Great Western Railway Cos.” so headed cast iron Boundary Post. Landmine type top on a length of broad gauge rail. Ex-garden condition. 53in. tall. overall. RS
430 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “84F” (Stourbridge). Unrestored. sold for
£140

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