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78/54 LMS Northern Counties Committee glazed stoneware Ashtray by The Coalisland Pottery. The rim inscribed “London Midland & Scottish Railway NCC”. V.g.c. 4.5in. dia. £40
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78/66 LNWR 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “Holyhead TFC A 35670” and brass plated “L&NW TFC Dept.” Complete with all fittings and glasses and restored. £225
78/81 “The Caledonian Steam Packet Company Limited” china Teapot and matching lid by Tuscan China. The full title and house flag to the face. Tiny chips to the spout only. £40
(+ £4.80)
78/118 “Hunslet Engine Co. Ltd. Leeds 270HP. No. 5342 – 1958” cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate together with its “Hunslet” 41in. long cast brass Radiator Plate. Both in ex-loco condition as carried by 0-6-0DM at NCB Easington Co. Durham. £160
78/197 Manchester & Leeds Railway Policeman’s wooden Truncheon. Fine original condition lettered “M&LR” and “VR” with crown. The company opened in July 1839 and amalgamated with three other companies to form the Lancashire & Yorkshire Rly. in July 1847. A very historic item indeed. £500
78/235 LMS cast brass Locomotive Nameplate “Lord Rutherford of Nelson”. As carried by the ‘Jubilee’ Class 4-6-0 No. 45665 built at Crewe Works in 1935. It was a long term resident of 67A Corkerhill shed and very elusive for us south of the border. It was w/d in Dec. 1962, stored at Lugton for over a year and cut up by Campbell’s, Shieldhall. A fine nameplate 46x8in. and one of only two double line ‘Jubilee’ plates. Face restored and polished only, the back showing clear signs of the positions of the supporting backplate. £12000
78/278 Carriage Print “Ufford, near Melton, Suffolk” by L.R. Squirrell from the LNER 1945 – 55 series. V.g.c. and in an original LNER glazed ivory crommoid frame. £40
78/291 Glasgow & South Western Railway Delivery Dray Lamp plated “G&SWRy” and stamped “151”. Complete with all fittings and bevelled edged glasses. V.g.c. and rare. £140
78/322 An original unsigned small Painting of a 0-4-4 tank locomotive standing by a water column with rural background. A charming study in a glazed frame with slip mount. 13×10.5in. o/all. £50
78/364 A set of Working Drawing for the Hunslet No. 8 Austerity 0-6-0 Tank Loco which worked for the South Durham Steel & Iron Co. West Hartlepool Works. 45 drawings of great use to anyone with restoration work pertaining to these engines as a number of the type still exist. A list of them is included in the lot. £100
78/368 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “47407”. Cleaned, the numbers only re-painted. As carried by the LMS ‘Jinty’ 0-6-0T. built by the Vulcan Foundry in 1926. (Works No. 3978). It was withdrawn in 1959 from Edge Hill and cut up at Crewe Works. £300
78/415 GNR Somersault wooden Home Signal Arm complete with “GNR” cast iron back fitting. Original condition. 60in. long. £60
78/416 Caledonian Railway Company Horse Harness brass Buckle nicely inscribed “CR Co.”. £50
78/432 Cast iron Chimney reputedly from the LMS ‘Jubilee’ Class 4-6-0 No. 45562 “Alberta”, the Holbeck celebrity loco in the final days of steam. The chimney is in good condition and the successful bidder will be required to collect from an address in York by prior arrangement. £400
78/444 A steel Smokebox Door reputedly from the ‘A3’ Locomotive “Flying Scotsman” when this door was being replaced during the engine’s re-fit. It is in good condition and carries a replica “60103” numberplate and a turned wooden centre dart assembly for effect purposes. Successful bidder to collect from an address in York by arrangement. £400
78/509 LNER silver plated Presentation one pint Tankard by Fattorini & Sons, inscribed “L.N.E.R. (N.E. Area) Golfing Society 1937 Championship G.R. Hall”. Superb condition. £35
78/514 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “14A” (Cricklewood). Restored. £50
78/516 Cal. Rly. Locoman’s Flare Lamp face stamped “Caledonian”. £40