October 2021 Lots 89-132

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Lots 89 – 110 Closing time Monday October 18th 4.00pm tel. 01949 21105
89 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “48165”. Face restored only a while ago. As carried by the LMS 8F Class 2-8-0 Built at Crewe in 1943. A Buxton engine in the 50’s and early 60’s it was w/d from Springs Branch March 1967 and cut up by Cashmore’s, Great Bridge. sold for
£280
90 “L&NWRy. Goods Dept. Runcorn” brass headed Office Stamp on a turned wooden handle. V.g.c. A location south west of Warrington. sold for
£180
91 Oval cast iron LNER ‘9×5’ Locomotive Works Numberplate “London North Eastern Railway 7444 1907”. Unrestored. As carried by the ex-GCR C13 Class 4-4-2T, BR No. 67444. It was w/d from Gorton in July 1957 and cut up at the Works. sold for
£680
92 Great Northern Railway” fully titled cast iron Bridge Notice referring to locomotive traction engines etc. etc. V.g.c. and nicely face restored only. 27×19.25in. sold for
£110
93 BR(W) aluminium Single Line Key “Dovey – Glandyfi”. V.g.c. The first section of the former Cambrian Railway line to Aberystwyth. sold for
£240
94 Cambrian Railways cast iron Bridge Notice. Ten lines of main text and “S. Williams Secretary Oswestry Station”. V.g.c. and restored a while ago. 30x23in. sold for
£90
95 BR(M) Train Tail Lamp with “Polkey Birmingham” makers plate and original painted inscription “Royal Train Ret. To Aberdeen”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Very good original condition. RS
96 Engineman’s Snap Tin plated “J.E. Lee” and “Hildred Grimsby” makers together with Mr. Lee’s LMS Handlamp and BR 1950’s Rule Book. All in well used condition. (3). RS
97 “Harrow & Wealdstone” Station Platform fluorescent Lamp Diffuser. Complete and in v.g.c. 69in. long. A former LNWR Main Line Station. sold for
£320
98 Wooden Signal Box Board with applied metal letters “Rufford Jc.” Very good unrestored condition. 60x10in. and a nice local Nottinghamshire item. sold for
£320
99 Great North of Scotland Railway brass Acetylene Lamp boldly marked twice with the company initials. Filler bung missing otherwise v.g.c. (See lot no. 396 for the LNER version). sold for
£110
100 GNSR 3 aspect Handlamp. Body has large brass plate “Great North of Scotland Railway Company No.” and location plate to top “Parkhill”, which was north west of Aberdeen closed in April 1950. Complete and in v.g.c. sold for
£300
101 “LNER” double royal enamel Poster Board Header. Small edge chips as per photo. Superb colour and shine. 28in. long. sold for
£95
102 London & North Western Railway Station Platform Seat with “Malpas” original letters set into the back rail. This station was north west of Whitchurch and closed in Sept. 1957. The seat is 11 feet long and in v.g.c. apart from slight rot to the end of one of the wooden slats. It is disassembled for ease of collection by arrangement from Southwell, Notts. sold for
£400
103 North Eastern Railway cast iron Ticket Office Window Grille. Very ornate and in original brown paintwork. 35×17.5in. sold for
£150
104 Rectangular cast aluminium Locomotive Works Plate “British Railways Derby Built 1964 Power Equipment by Associated Electrical Industries and Sulzer”. As carried by the Class 25DE Loco No. 25107, formerly D5257. Restored 13×6.5in. sold for
£320
105 Brass face steel Single Line Tablet “Launceston – Egloskerry”. Also stamped “Not in use”. A section of the former LSWR North Cornwall Line closed in October 1966. sold for
£260
106 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Doorplate “Private”. Re-touched chips to screwholes. Good colour and shine. sold for
£120
107 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “56D” (Mirfield). Restored a while ago. sold for
£80
108 Original Painting by Norman Elford, Guild of Railway Artists, depicting ex-LNER V2 Class No. 60894 on ECML Night Freight Train. A superb image in acrylic on board and in a glazed frame with card mounts. 24.5×18.75in. o/all. RS
109 “GCR 374 (33)” cast iron Viaduct Numberplate from the multi arch structure at Leicester. Unrestored. sold for
£230
110 Carriage Print “Crathie Church, near Balmoral Castle, Aberdeenshire by Edward Lawson from the 1956-57 Scottish Region Series. V.g.c. and in an original glazed frame. sold for
£50
Lots 111 – 132 Closing time Monday October 18th 4.00pm tel. 01949 21106
111 Furness Railway Company cast brass Signal Box Lever Collar clearly marked “FRC” on the face. sold for
£75
112 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Sign “Beware of Trains”. Re-touched chipping below the ‘R’ of ‘Beware’ otherwise superb condition. “Ex-Woburn Sands Level Crossing” is written on the painted back. 18x12in. sold for
£240
113 GWR Interior Lamp for a four aspect Crossing Gate Lamp. Complete with two red and two green glasses, “GWR” stopper and wick. The case stamped “GWR Reading”. Fine ex-service condition. These early 4 aspect lamps are extremely rare being superseded long ago by the 2 aspect variety. sold for
£75
114 Great North of Scotland Railway Platform Wall Gas Lamp Case. Complete with all glasses and unrestored. 22.5in. tall. sold for
£140
115 Aluminium Miniature Single Line Staff “Cork – Crossbarry”. V.g.c. sold for
£80
116 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “16A” (Nottingham then Toton). Unrestored. sold for
£85
117 Llynvi & Ogmore Railway cast iron Boundary Post. The rectangular head lettered “L&ORy. Boundary”. A manageable 36in. tall. Restored a while ago. The L&OR was formed in 1866 and absorbed into the GWR in 1883. sold for
£160
118 “LMS Hotels” silver plated Asparagus Tongs by Mappin & Webb. An ornate item nicely top marked and in v.g.c. 8in. long. sold for
£200
119 LMS Locomotive brass Hooter Whistle. Plenty of ex-service bumps and bruises and unpolished. sold for
£110
120 Irish bi-lingual cast iron Road Sign “Crosaire / Crossroads” by the Macroom Engineering Company. Four original mounting studs to the rear. Lacks red reflective beads to the rear of the crossroads symbol and the sign is completely unrestored. 26.5x12in. sold for
£120
121 LMS quad royal pictorial Poster “Your Friends on the LMS” by Septimus Scott. A 1946 image of various members of uniformed staff. Edge nicks to left side and folds. sold for
£230
122 Railway Executive (W.R.) quad royal pictorial Poster “Clear Road Ahead” by Terence Cuneo. The classic image of the footplate crew on the Castle Class Loco “Monmouth Castle”. A small edge nick and folds. sold for
£640
123 Oval cast brass LNER ‘9×5’ Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway Gateshead Works 1905” with brass number strip “65776” covering the earlier 1923 no. “818” which is still visible. The loco was one of the last ten Class survivors all w/d in June 1962. This example from Thornaby was followed by cutting up at Darlington. sold for
£220
124 BR(Sc) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Bowling”. Edge chips and retouching (which needs repainting to match) and some face scuffs but very good colour and shine. A former NBR station west of Glasgow. sold for
£420
125 Rhodesia Railways oval cast brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “RR 392 15A”. Some in service bruising and face restored only. sold for
£320
126 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “61158” as carried by the LNER B1 Class 4-6-0 built by the Vulcan Foundry (5516 of 1947). A long term Doncaster engine it was w/d April 1966 and cut up at Cohen’s, Kettering. The plate is in ex-loco condition as purchased direct from BR by our vendor. (See also lot no. 193 for the worksplate). sold for
£580
127 London & North Western Railway Carbide Handlamp embossed “LNWR” three times. A particularly nice example in fine original condition not polished back to brass. RS
128 Midland Railway cast iron Trespass Notice, James Williams Secretary version dated “June 1893” and restored. sold for
£80
129 Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway Pocket Watch. The face in fine condition is marked “Jarrold & Sons Ltd. Norwich & London”. The case back boldly marked “M&GN 712”. V.g.c. and working order. sold for
£400
130 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “30B” (Hertford East). Face restored only. sold for
£480
131 “Bristol Wagon” semi-circular cast iron Sign perhaps as mounted over an internal workshop boiler. Unrestored. 18in. across. sold for
£50
132 “GNR 2” cast iron Viaduct Numberplate. Face restored only a while ago. sold for
£90

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