Rolling Stock

Please contact us to buy from Rolling Stock
All items 12% buyers fee

Click on thumbnails to view the lot pictures. Click anywhere in darkened overlay area to close picture.

79/35 GWR quad royal pictorial Poster “Buckfast Abbey. Devon” by Claude Buckle. A superb image in fine condition by this well-known poster artist. No folds and laid on linen. £800
(+£96)
79/139 Great Western Railway cast iron Notice “Speed not to exceed 15 miles per hour”. Located near signal boxes where hand to hand token exchanges took place. Unrestored. £350
(+£42)
79/174 A polished bronze Doorplate with a rimmed surround inscribed “Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway Highbridge Carrige (sic) & Wagon Works”. A most unusual survivor in ex-door condition.13.25×2.75in. £800
(+£96)
79/176 GWR cast iron Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “5223” as carried by the 2-8-0T built in 1923. A South Wales engine it was w/d in March 1965 from Newport and cut up by Birds, Bynea. The cabside with a flange notch to clear a rivet head has been cleaned otherwise ex-loco condition. £550
(+£66)
79/190 “LB & SC Ouest Newhaven & Dieppe Service” glass Salt Container with the titles and house flag face etched. Chips to the top rim but a scarce item. £50
(+£6)
79/214 BR(W) gilt and enamel “Station Master” Lion over Wheel Cap Badge in v.g.c. £60
(+£7.20)
79/220 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Number Plate “41230”. Cleaned otherwise unrestored. As carried by the Ivatt LMS Class 2 2-6-2T built at Crewe in 1949. At Bangor early in BR days it moved south in March 1963 to Barnstaple Junction then to Salisbury living out its final two years at Bournemouth from where it was w/d in April 1967 for cutting up at Cohens, Morriston, Swansea. £750
(+£90)
79/284 South Eastern & Chatham Railway double royal pictorial Poster advertising “Cook’s Conducted Tours to South of France etc., Egypt, the Nile, Syria, Palestine etc.” via Dover & Calais / via Folkestone & Boulogne. A very scarce poster dated 1900 in superb condition laid on conservation paper. £600
(+£72)
79/294 An original Painting depicting an 0-6-0 Tank Locomotive in ‘Southern’ livery with driver alongside in a loco shed. A very competent and pleasing image. Oil on board and unsigned. 24x16in. o/all frame. £80
(+£9.60)
79/303 BR(W) cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “1602”. As carried by the 0-6-0PT built at Swindon Oct. 1949. New to Duffryn Yard followed by transfers to Neyland and Oswestry from where it was w/d in Sept. 1960 and cut up by Hayes, Bridgend. The plate is cleaned otherwise ex-loco. £350
(+£42)
79/312 GWR 3 aspect pre-grouping fluted top Handlamp. Stamped “GWR 183”. Complete with original GWR vessel, GWR burner, reflector and all glasses. An early pattern lamp, unpainted. £200
(+£24)
79/325 South Eastern & Chatham Railway Guard’s 15 jewel Pocket Watch by the American Waltham Company. The enamelled face in good condition bears the name “Waltham” and the screw back is inscribed “SE & CR 1215”. Very nice condition but requires attention. £300
(+£36)
79/334 “Great Western Railway Hotels” silver plated Milk Jug by Hutton of Sheffield. Face marked with the company twin shields and scroll device. 3.75in. tall. £40
(+£4.80)
79/364 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “82C” (Swindon). Face restored only a while ago. £400
(+£48)
79/367 Two enamel Station Train Departure Board Plates “Horsham” and “Reading”. Usual edge wear. (2). £75
(+£9)
79/382 “Grey Cars” Omnibus Company printed aluminium Tour Board. 30x16in. £100
(+£12)
79/408 BR(W) cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “5732” cleaned, otherwise ex-loco condition. As carried by the 57XX Class 0-6-0PT built by the North British Loco. Co. in 1929. It was w/d from Newport (Ebbw Junction) in Jan. 1958 and cut up at Swindon. £320
(+£38.40)
79/410 “Chemin de Fer de L’Ouest et de Brighton” early pictorial Poster with text in French advertising services Paris to London from Gare St. Lazare with fine artwork depicting the Tower of London, Tower Bridge and Large Yeoman of the Guard figure. An impressive poster jointly produced by the CDF L’Ouest and LBSC Companies. The former company becoming L’Etat in 1881. A couple of tears but the poster is laid on linen to conserve. Special and rare. 48×33.5in. £1500
(+£180)
79/411 Cast iron Shedplate “87C” (Danygraig). Ex-loco condition. £250
(+£30)
79/417 BR(W) aluminium Single Line Key Token inscribed “Glastonbury & Street – Shapwick”. Ex-service condition retaining much original green paint. A section of the former S&DJR ‘Branch’. £450
(+£54)
79/460 BR(W) brass and enamel “Excess Luggage” fishtail Cap Badge by Gaunt in v.g.c. £175
(+£21)
79/475 BR Western Region Stop Watch by Nero Lemonia in fine working condition. The case back inscribed “BR-W 5518”. £50
(+£6)
79/494 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “84K” (Chester then Wrexham). Face restored only a while ago. £250
(+£30)
79/501 Railway Executive Western Region small enamel Trespass Notice as displayed in booking halls etc. Excellent condition. 5x4in. £190
(+£22.80)
79/537 London Brighton & South Coast Railway bi-lingual enamel Carriage Interior Notice regarding the alarm signal and use of the emergency chain. Text in English & French. Edge wear and small corner loss. 10.25×2.75in. £100
(+£12)