Rolling Stock March 2022

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89/91 Great Western Railway 3 aspect Handlamp with “Silberlight Faudels London” brass makers plate. Usual “GWR” pin hole marked initials in the floor. Complete with “GWR” vessel, “GWR” porcelain burner, reflector and all glasses. Restored. £250
89/102 Carriage Print “Peterborough Cathedral” by Fred Taylor from the LNER 1937-39 series. In an original type glazed frame. £45
89/109 A large and impressive Replica cast brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “Great Eastern Railway Coy. 229 Rebuilt N & Co.” Face painted and polished 24.5x15in. The original loco was a Class Y5 0-4-0ST built by Neilson & Co. in 1876 & withdrawn in Feb. 1917. To the Admiralty, Beachey Dock, Chepstow then to Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Rebuilt with a new boiler and safety valves by Neilson’s in Feb. 1895. The loco still exists, preserved. £150
89/120 Cast iron Nottingham Street Sign “Thorneywood Square”. Unrestored. 64.5in. long. £50
89/138 (GWR) cast brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “1606” as carried by the 0-6-0PT built at Swindon in 1949. A Llanelly regular it was w/d 9/61 and cut up by Cashmores, Newport. The plate is face restored only. £500
89/159 Oval engraved brass Locomotive Builders Plate “London North Eastern Railway Co. No. 1786 Doncaster 1934”. As carried by the ‘02’ Class 2-8-0 No. 2435 / 3960 / 63960. A long term Grantham engine it was w/d Sept 1963 and cut up at Doncaster. A fine plate with some wear to the bolt holes. Back marked “2435” and “3960”. £1400
89/201 BR(ER) double royal pictorial Poster “Norfolk Kings Lynn Custom House” by Frank Mason. Some tape stains to corners and top edge otherwise good. £400
89/205 North British Railway 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “NBR” and brass plated “Bulpitt & Sons Ltd. Birmingham 1919”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Good unrestored condition. Ex-Bridge of Earn station / signal box. £200
89/234 Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway 3 aspect Handlamp with brass plate “M&GNJR 976 F. Christian M&GNJR”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Polished otherwise unrestored. £200
89/241 Great Eastern Railway octagonal cast iron Bridge Numberplate “1878” from a structure on the GN & GE Joint Line between Donington Road and Helpringham. £40
89/251 Miniature Single Line Staff Machine 34.5in. tall. It was used on the FFCC Del E (Chile). The staff configuration is ‘D’ and the machine is working with Annett key included. The instrument flaps need a little adjustment. The lock on the top opening flap has been removed. Purchaser to collect from near Cambridge. £800
89/289 Carriage Print “Crowland, Lincolnshire” by Kenneth Steel from the 1948 – 55 series. In an original type glazed frame. £40
89/307 Cast brass Industrial Locomotive Nameplate “Joseph Stirzaker” as carried by the 0-4-0ST built by Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn (7348 of 1947). It was new to Dorman Long, Cleveland Works, South Bank, Middlesbrough as their No. 184. In 1962 it was transferred to Acklam Works then to G. Jersmills & Co. Iron Works. It was scrapped in 1967. An impressive plate 48in. long. Face restored only. £350
89/332 Great Eastern Railway 3 aspect sliding knobs Handlamp stamped “GER” and brass plated “London & North Eastern Railway Sleaford 22”. Complete with “LNE-E” vessel, all fittings, intact back handle & all glasses. Restored. A nice example of the earlier fluted top style of lamp. £200
89/369 Great Central Railway 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “GCR 25284” and brass plated “GCR 25284 Market Rasen”. V.g.c. and complete with all fittings and glasses. Unpainted. £200
89/376 GNR 3 aspect Handlamp brass plated “Great Northern Railway Company Swineshead 3” (Sleaford – Boston line) and a relocation plate “Shippea Hill” (Ely – Thetford line). Complete with all fittings and glasses. Part of porcelain burner missing and unrestored. £200
89/397 Cast brass LNER Plaque commemorating “Mallard’s” World Record Speed Achievement on July 3rd. 1938. These plaques were reproduced in a limited issue by the National Railway Museum and this example is no. 166. Mounted on a polished mahogany panel. £100
89/421 Great Central Railway cast iron Stove Door “G.C.Ry. Gorton” to the face. 12x10in. o/all. £40
89/452 Cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Great Northern Railway Co. Makers Doncaster No. 815 1899”. Nice service bruises and the r.h. bolt hole very slightly enlarged. As carried by the Class C2 4-4-2T later Class C12 No. 4504 / 7362 / 67362. Withdrawn from Grantham in Jan. 1958. The face of the plate is unpainted. 10.75×6.5in. & mounted on a mahogany panel. £500
89/496 London Transport Notice alerting passengers to the presence of ticket collectors. A humorous depiction, more to see the more you look at this busy Underground station! Carriage print size in a glazed frame. £40
89/506 A ‘No Signalman’ Key Token Machine 24in. high. Fully working and set for configuration ‘B’. Buyer to collect from near Cambridge. £350
89/523 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “34B” (Hornsey). Face restored only. £280
89/559 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “71A” (Eastleigh). “BR(S)” Eastleigh triangle to the rear. V.g.c. and unrestored. £75
89/572 Cast iron Wagon Plate “J. Summers & Sons Ld. Owners Shotton”. Unrestored but v.g.c. 10.4×6.4in. £40
89/573 Carriage Print “Lincoln” by Henry Rushbury from the LNER series. A scarce print in an original glazed frame. £80