Rolling Stock December 2023 /2

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Lot No. Image Description Price
94/300 Cast brass Locomotive Nameplate “City of St. Albans”. Face restored only. 75.5in. long. As carried by the LMS ‘Coronation’ Class Pacific No. 46253 built at Crewe in1946. A Camden and Crewe North engine in BR days, it was withdrawn in June 1963 & cut up at Crewe. Offers, exchange or part-exchange invited c.£12000
94/324 Caledonian Railway 3 aspect Bulpitt Patent Handlamp stamped “Caledonian 272B & 190A top and body and brass plated “Bowling Station No. 2”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Unpainted. £400
94/333 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “83D” (Plymouth Laira, then Exmouth Junction). Face restored only. £80
94/335 Cast aluminium Locomotive Builders Plate “Beyer Peacock (Hymek) Ltd. Serial No. 7899 Manchester 1961 Diesel Engine Bristol Siddeley Coventry Transmission J. Stone & Co. Deptford”. 12.75x5in. Face restored, back cleaned. As carried by the Class 35 ‘Hymek’ Diesel Locomotive No. D7005. W/d July 1972 and cut up at Swindon. £900
94/344 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway cast iron Sign “High Egborough”. V.g.c. and face restored only. 32x12in. £200
94/352 Midland Railway General Purpose Handlamp with re-entrant style top handle. Large “Midland Railway Co.” brass plate to top. Complete with original “MR Co” rape oil vessel, all fittings and glasses and with original red paintwork. £150
94/359 Chemin de Fer du Nord pictorial Poster titled “Beauvais la Ville du Moyen Age”. Artwork by Jeanne Thil depicting Joan of Arc repelling invaders from a castle battlements. V.g.c. with no folds and in a glazed frame ready to hang. 44x32in. o/all. £100
94/375 Rly Exec (WR) double royal pictorial Poster “By Rail to Wales” by Wooton. The artwork shows a train headed by the Pioneer Standard Class 5 loco no. 73000 with a castle on the hillside. Three cellotaped edge nicks to top and bottom otherwise folds only. £180
94/410 “London Midland & Scottish Railway NCC” glazed stoneware Ashtray by the Coalisland Pottery. Referring to the Irish Northern Counties Committee. V.g.c. 4.5in. dia. £40
94/422 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “40565”. Restored. As carried by the LMS Class 2P 4-4-0 built at Derby in 1928, and allocated to Preston in the BR period. It was w/d in Nov. 1959, stored at Rugby and Coventry for lengthy periods followed by cutting up by Cashmore’s, Great Bridge in April 1962. £400
94/436 North British Railway General Purpose Handlamp stamped “NBR” and plated “Bulpitt & Sons C&M 1901 Birmingham”. Complete with “NBR” vessel, all fittings and original bevelled edge glasses. Restored. A scarce example. £200
94/450 “Isle of man Railway Company Railway and Road Services Ramsey” pictorial Poster. The blank lower half has three local handbills pasted to it. V.g.c. and in a glazed frame ready to hang. 31.5×11.5in. o/all. £75
94/455 Midland Railway engraved brass Plate from a signal box flap indicator “Distant From Up Fast Line To Kettering On” with original red wax infill to the lettering. Fine ex-box condition with original iron crank riveted to the back. £120
94/456 “The Manx Electric Railway for Snaefell and Ramsey” pictorial Poster. A colourful view depicting vintage tramcars on the line to Snaefell Summit via the Laxey Wheel. V.g.c. and in a glazed frame ready to hang. 25x20in. o/all. £60
94/458 Cast iron Locomotive Builders Plate “The Baldwin Locomotive Works Philadelphia U.S.A. 71767 1944”. Face restored only. 9.25in. dia. As carried by the Indian Railways ‘AWD’ Class 2-8-2. A lend lease loco, one of a batch of 255 supplied to India (Broad Gauge). Withdrawn in the 1970’s. £150
94/459 Cheshire Lines Committee 3 aspect sliding knobs Handlamp stamped “CLC P.Way Fog Lamp 8D 73G” and brass plated “Cheshire Lines Mobberley P.Way 8D 3G”. Complete with “CLC” lining drum, “CLC” rape oil vessel, all fittings and glasses. Good ex-service condition. £500
94/461 Brass Single Line Tablet inscribed “Yorkshire Main Sidings – Denaby Siding 2”. V.g.c. £200
94/473 Cast brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “South African Railways Suid Afrikaanse Spoorwee 2681 19D”. Face and edges are painted, the back original as carried by the 4-8-2 built byBorsig (14732 of 1938). £150
94/474 Rly. Exec (ER) double royal pictorial Poster “Ely Cathedral where Hereward the Wake made his last stand” by Lance Cattermole. Striking artwork of the warrior leader with the cathedral behind. Folds only otherwise v.g.c. £180
94/484 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “41233” face restored only. As carried by the LMS Class 2P 2-6-2T built at Crewe in 1949. A long term Bangor, North Wales engine, it was finally w/d from Stockport in Nov. 1966 and cut up by Cashmore’s, Great Bridge. £650
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