Rolling Stock May 2019

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82/29 Cast aluminium Locomotive Shedplate “86A” (Cardiff Canton). Face restored only. £100
82/80 SOLD BR(S) 4 aspect Handlamp with brass plate to the back box “Brighton Gas & Water Dept.” Complete with all fittings and glasses and in v.g.c. £60
82/113 GWR cast brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “6909” as carried by the ‘Hall’ Class 4-6-0 “Frewin Hall”. Built in 1940 the loco was shedded at Goodwick, Neyland and Didcot in BR days. W/d from the latter in June 1964 and cut up at Cashmores, Newport. The plate has a re-painted and polished face, the back ex-loco. £1000
82/155 SOLD Cast brass Locomotive Nameplate “Trevose Head” as carried by the LB&SCR ‘H2’ Class Atlantic built at Brighton in 1911, one of only six class members. Numbered 425, 2425 and under BR 32425 it was a Brighton allocated engine. The penultimate class survivor it was employed on several rail tour specials and w/d from service on 30th. Sept. 1956. In Dec. 1956 until April 1957 it was sent to Slade Green to heat the Electric Depot whilst the permanent plant there was being converted from coal to oil. The loco was finally scrapped at Brighton Works on 31st. May 1958. The nameplate is in fine condition with a re-painted face only and very lightly polished. 42.5in. long. £7500
82/174 SOLD LB & SCR 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “LB&SCR Coulsden No. 713”. Large full title LB&SCR brass plate to body. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Restored. £400
82/234 BR(W) eight day metal cased Wall Clock. The ex-service 6in. dial lettered “BR – W 5438”. The chromed bezel also inscribed “BR-W”. Working order with key. The clock is ex-Swindon Works and is with the British Rail Engineering Ltd. Purchase documents dated 1987. £150
82/258 BR(W) Locomotive Nameplate “Cranbrook Castle” as carried by the 4-6-0 No. 7030 built at Swindon in 1950. An Old Oak Common allocated engine, on 15/5/1962 it was selected to run a high speed train from Paddington to Wolverhampton and return. On the return journey speeds of 103 mph were recorded at Blackthorn nr. Bicester and Denham. Not bad for a loco taken out of store! The engine was w/d in Feb. 1963 and sent to King’s of Norwich for scrapping. The plate is in fine condition, cleaned otherwise ex-loco. (See next lot). £10,000
82/259 Cast brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “7030” as carried by “Cranbrook Castle”. Cleaned otherwise ex-loco. £2,500
82/260 BR(SR) double royal pictorial Poster “Our Heritage See Britain by Train” featuring Knole House (Sevenoaks) and a large image of a lady in Elizabethan costume. Laid on linen. £50
82/276 (GWR) cast brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “3404” as carried by the 0-6-0PT built by the Yorkshire Engine Co. in 1956. One of only 10 34XX Panniers. A Cardiff loco all of its brief life w/d in July 1962 and cut up at Swindon. £700
82/282 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “86B” (Newport Pill then Ebbw Junction). £180
82/302 GWR cast brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “4984” as carried by the ‘Hall’ Class “Albrighton Hall”. Built in 1931. An Oxley, Taunton and Cardiff East Dock loco it was w/d in Sept. 1962 and cut up by Hayes, Bridgend. The plate has been face repainted only and polished. £1000
82/320 Great Western Railway cast iron “To Owners and Drivers of Locomotives etc.” Weak Bridge Notice. Post grouping pattern in v.g.c. £150
82/337 “Chemin de Fer de L’Ouest et de Brighton” pictorial Poster with text in French advertising services from Paris to London from Gare St. Lazare. Fine artwork featuring Tower of London, Tower Bridge and a Yeoman of the Guard. Jointly produced by the CDF L’Ouest and LBSCR companies. the former company becoming LEtat in 1881. A couple of tears but the poster is laid on linen to conserve. A rare image. 48×33.5in. £500
82/338 GWR Locomotive Nameplate “Tawstock Court” as carried by the ‘Saint’ Class 4-6-0 No. 2951 built in 1913. Latterley a Gloucester engine it was withdrawn in 1952 and cut up at Swindon. The nameplate has been face restored, the back is ex-loco. £5750
82/361 LSWR official Publication “Illustrated Guide & List of Hotels, Boarding Houses, Seaside & Farmhouse Apartments”. 260pp. pubd. 1906. Fairly good condition. £50
82/426 Oval cast metal Locomotive Builders Plate “Lokomotivfabrik Krauss & Comp. Nr. 6602 Munchen”. V.g.c. and restored. 9.8×6.5in. £100
82/436 Cornwall Minerals Railway large format Plan & Sections Book for the 1890 session showing proposals in the St. Austell area. Small loss to rear cover otherwise good. £50
82/442 SOLD LSWR 4 aspect Handlamp stamped “L&SWR 4227” and brass plated “L&SWR Co.” Top and body having matching “91” plates. Complete with LSWR vessel, all fittings and glasses. Restored. £75
82/445 “Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway” Coat of Arms Transfer on a Prussian blue painted and framed wooden panel. V.g.c. 20x20in. o/all. £60
82/446 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “73E” (Faversham). Face restored only. £200
82/459 GWR cylindrical copper two handled Urn with “GWR” marked brass tap with wooden handle. Brass plate to the face “GWR Carriage Department Messroom”. V.g.c. 14in. tall x 11in. diameter. £75
82/465 Two red cloth embroidered “Pilotman” Armbands. “GWR” and “BR-WR” examples. £35
82/470 Southern Railway official Publication “Golf in the South”. 167pp. in hard covers pubd. 1935. V.g.c. £40
82/480 Great Western Railway Signalman’s enamel Wash Bowl nicely lettered “G.W.R” in blue. V.g.c. £40
82/507 LMS Waiting Room Wall Lamp clearly marked “LMS” and also complete with brass burner and glass chimney. £120
82/508 SOLD “SE & CR No. 89” brass headed Office Stamp on a turned wooden handle. V.g.c. £40