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80/6 SOLD A GCR painted double sided wooden Carriage Board “Wigan / Lowton St. Marys”. Lovely original condition with shaded lettering. 30.75in. long. Wigan Central – Glazebrook line closed in Nov. 1964. £350
80/29 “G&SWR Ardrossan” oval painted steel Train Following Board. One face additionally painted “P” (passenger) the other “G” (goods). Original condition complete with loop handle. £200
80/48 Glasgow & South Western Railway brass Handbell with an oak handle. The top inscribed “G&SW Ry Co” in ornate serifed lettering. V.g.c. and complete with clapper and a wooden stand. 13.25in. tall (bell and handle). £400
80/73 Caledonian Railway 3 aspect Handlamp. Top and body stamped matching “Caledonian 654B”. Complete with original vessel, all fittings and glasses. Restored a while ago. £400
80/89 SOLD BR(NE) fully flanged enamel Station Sign “Cross the bridge to main exit and trains for the North, Knaresborough and York”. Very small face chips. Good colour & shine. 60x36in. £400
80/94 SOLD “Great Eastern Railway” replica cast brass Locomotive Crest. The impressive multi-shield device nicely painted. 11.75in. dia. £75
80/150 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Number Plate “48537”. Face restored only a while ago. As carried by the (LMS) ‘8F’ Class 2-8-0 built at Doncaster 1945 (Works No. 1990) on loan to the LNER and to the LMS in 1947. A Holbeck, Stourton and Royston loco w/d from the latter in Oct. 1967 and cut up by Cashmore’s, Great Bridge. £350
80/151 SOLD North Eastern Railway enamel Sign “Dock Engineer Dock Master” with pointing hands. One small face chip to the cream otherwise superb condition. 30x12in. A very scarce enamel. £600
80/153 “Ayr and Maybole Junction Railway” letterpress “List of Tolls” Notice. Dated May 1856. Some tape stains but a scarce survivor in a glazed frame 26.5x20in. o/all. £50
80/164 Great Northern Railway large 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “GNR 14589” top, bottom and vessel. Date stamped for June 1896. Complete with “London & North Eastern Railway Spalding” brass plate, all fittings and glasses. Restored. £350
80/193 Official LMS Tender Record Cards. All completed and showing tender number, loco to which attached and subsequent attachment to other locos where applicable:- ‘Jubilee’ Class. (30 cards). £150
80/194 Official LMS Tender Record Cards. All completed and showing tender number, loco to which attached and subsequent attachment to other locos where applicable:- Miscellaneous Classes. (25 cards total) ‘Jubilee’ (14), ‘Black 5’s’ (6) Others (5). £130
80/202 “GC & GN Nottingham Joint Station” twin handled One Pint silver plated Bowl by Walker and Hall. Face marked with the title in a belted garter. V.g.c. and rare. Nottingham Victoria Station closed in Sept. 1967. £350
80/208 Cast aluminium Locomotive Nameplate “Sir De Morgannwg County of South Glamorgan”. As carried by the BR Class 56 DE Locomotive No. 56032 built at Doncaster Works in July 1977. A very impressive plate 96×17.75in. In fine ex-loco condition and complete with EWS authenticity certificate and photo of nameplate on the loco. £2000
80/225 LNER Guard’s Pocket Watch by Smith. The case back inscribed “LNER” (crossed out) and inscribed below “BR(Sc) 505”. V.g.c. and working order. £150
80/231 Bronze Single Line Key inscribed “Rose Street – Millburn 3”. A former Highland Ry. Section. £75
80/236 Wooden Signal Box Nameboard with cast iron letters “Washwood Heath Sidings No. 6”. Good ex-box condition 125.5×10.5in. Buyer to collect from Talisman storage facility. The sidings were to the north of Birmingham New Street. £150
80/293 North Eastern Railway Train Side & Tail Lamp with “NER” oval brass plate and red & clear bullseye lenses set in cast brass bezels each inscribed “NER Co.” Very good condition but lacks vessel. £200
80/320 SOLD A cast brass Fox thought to be an original, as carried above the nameplates of LNER ‘Hunt’ Class D49 locomotives. 19.5in long with a ‘fox’ shaped wooden display mount. This is a right facing fox. Reproduction D49 plates seem to carry left facing examples which are one inch shorter than our original example. £350
80/326 Glasgow & South Western Railway 3 aspect Handlamp. Plated “G&SWR 6607” and “Bulpitt & Sons Ltd. Birmingham 1919”. Complete with all fittings and glasses, nicely polished and devoid of paint. £350
80/331 South Eastern & Chatham Railway Guard’s 15 jewel Pocket Watch by the American Waltham Company. The enamelled face is in good condition and the screw back is inscribed “SE & CR 1215”. Nice condition but requires attention. £300
80/347 LB&SCR Locomotive Headlamp. Body is stamped “LB&SCR” and has two plates, “London Brighton & South Coast Railway Company” (brass) and “B585 Horsham”. Top is also stamped “LB&SCR”. Complete with a vessel and burner but lacks aspect glasses. Minor corrosion to lens cowl. Devoid of paint and scarce. £900
80/348 Painting by J.M. Hill depicting ‘Royal Scot’ Class Loco “The Welsh Regiment” passing Barkby – Thorpe Lane, Leicester with an express. Oil on canvas and framed. 36×30.25in. o/all. £50
80/353 Canvas Cash Bag with reversible brass plates on leather mounts “BR Station Master Invergowrie” / “BR Dist. Traffic Supt. Perth”. V.g.c. Ex- Cal. Ry. Perth – Dundee line. £40
80/361 South African Railways Coat of Arms mounted and framed onto a painted wooden panel. £40
80/363 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “90712” as carried by the WD ‘Austerity’ 2-8-0. A long term resident at Aintree. W/d from there in Aug. 1964 and cut up at Central Wagon, Ince. The plate has original paintwork to the face. The back cleaned only. £450
80/365 SOLD “Stratford-upon-Avon & Midland Junction Railway” fully titled “Beware of Trains. Trespassers will be prosecuted” cast iron Notice. Restored both sides. £150
80/388 SOLD Cast brass Locomotive Nameplate “Nigeria” as carried by the LMS ‘Jubilee’ Class No. 45619. Built at Crewe in 1934 it was a long term Leeds Holbeck engine withdrawn from there in August 1961 and cut up at Crewe. This left hand side nameplate is face restored only. 28.75in. long. £6500
80/439 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “70D” (Basingstoke). “BR(S)” Eastleigh triangle to rear. Face restored only. £120
80/459 North Eastern Railway Policeman’s turned hardwood Truncheon inscribed “N.E.R. 69” with remains of original red wax infill. Complete with original leather strap. £60
80/521 SOLD Four Midland Railway engraved brass Signal Box Lever Plates. One is from Blackwell box and another is from Coalville box (marked on rear). £80
80/532 A Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Presentation silver Teaspoon with enamelled company title, crest and crown of Queen Victoria. The reverse is inscribed “Engineers”. £40
80/537 SOLD “Highland Railway Hotels” fully titled and crested china Egg Cup in v.g.c. Small glazing flaw to side does not detract. £40