Rolling Stock December 2023

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Lot No. Image Description Price
94/16 Cast brass Road Vehicle Radiator Plate “Carrier Regd”, in original condition. Target shaped 9.8x6in. and in v.g.c. £40
94/49 BR(LMR) double royal pictorial Poster “North Wales for Holidays” featuring artwork of Beaumaris Castle by Norman Wilkinson dated 1949. A couple of edge nicks and folds otherwise v.g.c. £250
94/75 Diamond cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “North British Locomotive Company Ltd. Glasgow 1960 No. 28000”. Face restored only. 13.25×5.5in. As carried by the BR 0-4-0 Diesel Shunter No. D2747 withdrawn in Aug. 1967 and cut up at Shettleston in Dec. A very desirable plate with this works number. £900
94/107 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “42635”. Face restored only a while ago. As carried by the Class 4 2-6-4T. Built at Derby in 1938. A long term Bolton engine, it was w/d in Oct. 1961 and cut up at Central Wagon Co. Ince, Wigan. £300
94/125 Cast brass Locomotive Nameplate “De Robeck” as carried by the LMS ‘Jubilee’ Class 4-6-0 No. 45678 built at Crewe in 1935. This is the left hand plate, face restored only 28.75in. long. In BR days it was a Crewe North, Edge Hill, Carlisle Upperby, Kingmoor and finally Stockport engine from where withdrawal came in Dec. 1962 and cutting up by Taylor Brothers, Tafford Park, Manchester. £6000
94/158 Oval engraved brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Peckett & Sons Ltd. Bristol 1927 No. 1634”. Face polished only. The original rear studs cut back and two small holes drilled through the face. 12×8.5in. The loco worked at Brookhouse Colliery and Birley East Colliery, near Sheffield. £250
94/159 Cambrian Railway Station Platform Wall Lamp with brass oval “Cam. Ry” plate to the chimney and bearing original paper label “Elson Halt”. Complete with “GWR” vessel brass burner, glass chimney and all glasses. V.g.c. The Halt nr. Ellesmere closed Sept. 1962. £200
94/161 Great Western Railway mahogany cased Home Signal Repeater Instrument with brass plate “50.55”. V.g.c. £250
94/171 LMS Station Platform enamel Lamp Tablet “Nottingham”. A little faded but a scarce survivor. £120
94/196 Oval cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Uzinele de Fer Si Domenile Resita No. 357 1936”. Face restored only. 8.25x5in. A Romanian built Class 230, a licence built version of the Prussian P8 4-6-0 loco. £50
94/201 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. £75
94/205 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. £140
94/223 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! £150
94/227 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. £450
94/239 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. £70
94/250 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. Offers, exchanges/part-exchange invited. c.£18,000
94/254 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “46405”. Face restored only. As carried by the LMS Class 2-6-0 built at Crewe in 1946. An Aintree, Bury and Buxton locomotive it was w/d from the latter Dec. 1966 and cut up at Cashmore’s, Great Bridge. £450
94/284 BR(W) flangeless enamel Sign “No Exit”. A chip to the top edge. Very good colour and shine. 15x15in. £150
94/291 Great Northern Railway Road Motor Lamp clearly marked “GNR” in the chimney. A scarce lamp complete with integral vessel, all fittings and lenses. V.g.c. and restored. £180
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