Rolling Stock July 2019

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83/43 Caledonian Railway cast iron Wagon Registration Plate “1910 25347 to carry 12 tons”. Small loss to lower radius and vaguely painted. £75
83/67 North Eastern Railway mahogany cased Signal Box Block Instrument with hand engraved “Up Line” brass plate and another inscribed “From Keyingham”. Base board marked “NER”. Ex-Ryhill & Burstwick signal box on the Hull – Withernsea branch closed in Oct. 1964. £200
83/116 LNER oval cast iron ‘9×5’ Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway 4151 1947”. Face restored only. As carried by the tender attached to the B1 Class locomotive No. 61161. A Gorton and Wakefield engine w/d Dec. 1966 and cut up by Arnott Young, Parkgate & Rawmarsh. The plate has a welded repair to the left end. £100
83/144 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “LYR Cleckheaton P.2990”. Complete with original “LYR” vessel, all fittings and glasses and restored. £300
83/171 Cast brass Locomotive Nameplate “Repulse”. This is the left hand plate as carried by the LMS ‘Jubilee’ Class 4-6-0 No. 45725 built at Crewe in 1936. A Sheffield Millhouses engine in BR days, it ended its career allocated to Staveley being w/d in Dec. 1962 followed by cutting up at Crewe. The nameplate is in fine condition, face restored only. 29in. long. £5800
83/176 Great Northern Railway Signal Box Crossing Gate Opening / Closing Mechanism comprising 27in. diameter operating wheel marked “GNR”, locking lever and heavy cast iron base mounting with screw thread. 57in. long x 48in. tall o/all. Excellent restored condition. Purchaser to collect from Retford (Notts). Assistance available on site for loading. £1000
83/221 A magnificent large cast iron Coat of Arms of the Manchester and Birmingham Railway Company. It is dated 1839 and bears the names of “C.W. Buck Engineer” and “Bramah Fox & Co” the iron founders. The arms came from Manchester Piccadilly station, formerly Manchester London Road opened by the M&BR in May 1842. The company only ran as far as Crewe and in July 1846 it amalgamated with the Grand Junction and London & Birmingham Railways to form the LNWR. The panel is double sided and is a superb historic item of early architectural heraldry measuring 100×57.5in. and weighing around two tons. Purchaser to collect from Retford (Notts). On site assistance with loading will be available. £2000
83/224 GNR mahogany cased Signal Box Telegraph Instrument complete with sounding bars, shelf with paper spike and brass code card frame to side. V.g.c. £180
83/268 LB&SCR 4 aspect Handlamp stamped with initials and date coded for August 1891. Large full company title brass plate to the body. Top handle stamped “B.1476 PU”, the code for Purley. Complete and restored. £450
83/282 “LNWR Capstan No. 25” cast iron Sign. Restored. 12x7in. £75
83/302 An original LMS Locomotive Sandbox as removed from the ‘Royal Scot’ Class No. 6100 “Royal Scot” during refurbishment work on the engine at Bressingham Steam Museum. It is clearly stamped “LMS LD 6136” (presumably left driving wheel) and also proves that it was originally fitted to sister locomotive “The Royal Border Regiment”. Very useful if you have a loco requiring one of these! A fairly weighty item approx. 20x16x9in. plus bolting lugs. Purchaser to collect from Talisman storage facility. £100
83/333 Great North of Scotland Railway 3 aspect Handlamp brass plated “Macduff”. Complete with all fittings and glasses and restored. The station, terminus of the long winding branch from Inveramsay closed in Oct. 1951. £280
83/350 “Regional Railways South Wales & West Notice No unauthorised person allowed in this box by order” aluminium Signal Box Door Plate. V.g.c. 11×7.75in. A scarce notice following the style of the GWR cast iron predecessors. Only a few of these later style plates were issued to signal boxes. £200
83/366 “Walkers Limited 251 Queensland 1916” cast brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate. Face restored only. 18×9.5in. As carried by an ex-South Australian Railway ‘T’ Class 4-8-0. A lovely old plate. £300
83/392 Great Western Railway small china Sugar Bowl by Wedgwood. Face marked “GWR” in a diamond shape. Base marked “GWR Hotels Dept.” V.g.c. and rare. 2in. tall. £50
83/426 Dearne Valley Railway 3 aspect Handlamp, LYR pattern. Stamped “DVR Grimethorpe” and complete with LYR vessel, all fittings and glasses. V.g.c. and restored. £300
83/448 Oval cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Beyer, Peacock & Co. Ltd. 7182 Manchester, 1946. Beyer-Garrett Locomotive Patents 298422 – 518251”. Unpainted. As carried by the South African Railways ‘GEA’ Class 4-8-2 / 2-8-4 Garrett No. 4015. £200
83/451 GCR cast iron Wagon Registration Plate “No. 1780 1908 to carry 12 tons”. V.g.c. and face restored only. £60