July 2023 Lots 201-250

SUN 16th July 2023 – Cedric Ford Pavilion,
Newark Showground, Lincoln Rd, Notts NG24 2NY
Viewing from 8.00am on morning of sale – Sale starts 10.00am
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201 Cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Dubs & Co. No. 3057 Glasgow Locomotive Works 1893”. Diamond shape 13.25×5.5in. Face restored only. As carried by the Cape Government Railway 3’-6” gauge 4-6-0. Sold to the Orange Free State Government Railway in 1897 as their No. 61. Incorporated into the Central South African Railway as No. 337, becoming South African Railways Class 6 No. 432 in 1912. It was the last Class 6 in service, sent to the Union Carriage & Wagon Works at Nigel for presentation in April 1972 and is plinthed outside the factory carrying replica plates. SOLD FOR
202 Enamel Sign “No Smoking No Matches No Lights Allowed” found in an old ex-Highland Railway goods shed. Chips to the edges. 18x12in. SOLD FOR
203 LMS wooden Sign with applied letters “No thoroughfare except to and from the station”. Some gaps in the original back have been filled ready for final restoration and a new frame has been nicely made and fitted. 53×19.5in. o/all. SOLD FOR
204 Carriage Print “Citadel Station, Carlisle” by Kenneth Steel from the LMR 1952 ‘Railway Architecture’ Series. V.g.c. and in an original glazed frame. SOLD FOR
205 London & North Eastern Railway quad royal pictorial Poster “Visit Lincoln by L.N.E.R. Its quicker by Rail”. A medieval inspired image by Anna Zinkeisen with many period figures and the cathedral beyond. The poster is laid on board but it is a rare image by this artist who designed very few works for the LNER. SOLD FOR
206 London & South Western Railway 4 aspect Handlamp. Brass plates “L&SWR Co”, “Wimborne”, “E” and “180”. Body stamped “L&SWR 3818”. Complete with “LSWR” sloping front vessel, all fittings and glasses (orange cracked). Restored. SOLD FOR
207 Oval cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “W.G. Bagnall Ltd. Engineers Stafford, England No. 2202”. Face restored only 6.4x4in. As carried by Nigerian Railways 0-6-0T. No. 18 of 1913. SOLD FOR
208 Cheshire Lines Committee mahogany cased Signal Box Routing Instrument. The needle displays are lettered “Down Train Liverpool Wigan” and “Up Train Manchester Stockport”. A scarce instrument in v.g.c. ex-Glazebrook signal box. SOLD FOR
209 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “9J” (Agecroft). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
210 BR(Sc) half flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Stirling”. Good condition with slight loss of shine. SOLD FOR
211 LNER 3 aspect Handlamp. Embossed “LNER” in the body and brass plated “Great Northern Railway Company Holbeck No. 28”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Restored. SOLD FOR
212 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “40652” restored a while ago. As carried by the LMS 2P Class 4-4-0 built at Crewe in 1931. A Carlisle Kingmoor and Crewe North engine early in BR days. It was later transferred to Templecombe for working trains over the Somerset & Dorset Joint Line and was w/d from there in May 1960 and cut up at Derby. SOLD FOR
213 Cast iron Notice “LNER Warning Roof constructed of fragile material crawling boards must be used”. Casting No. “025”. Face restored only. 16×10.5in. SOLD FOR
214 Engraved brass Plate “Hunslet Engine Co. Ltd. made for Stanton Iron Works Locomotive No. 8746 1958”. Lightly polished only. 6x3in. SOLD FOR
215 Cast brass Locomotive Nameplate “Stanton No. 36” as carried by the 0-4-0DH built by the North British Loco Co. in 1954 and supplied to Stanton Ironworks, Ilkeston, Derbys. Fine condition 30.75in. long. SOLD FOR
216 BR(E) Locomotive Headlamp complete with all fittings and glasses and restored. SOLD FOR
217 Cast brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “South African Railways Suid Afrikaanse Spoorwee 3673 24”. Ex-loco condition. As carried by the 4-8-2 built by the North British Loco Co. (26385 of 1949). SOLD FOR
218 (LMS) cast brass Locomotive Tender Plate “Water Capacity, 3500 Gallons”. Face restored only. 10.25x6in. From the tender attached to ‘Jubilee’ Class No. (4)5703 “Thunderer”. SOLD FOR
219 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “56A” (Wakefield). Ex-loco condition. SOLD FOR
220 Midland Railway mahogany cased Signal Box Telegraph Instrument with white enamel backing to the sounding bars. Brass plate to the face “Colne L&Y No. 2 Box”. Very good condition. SOLD FOR
221 Great Eastern Railway 3 aspect sliding knobs Handlamp with fluted top. Stamped “GER Withersfield 2” and brass plated “P&W McLennan Manufacturers Glasgow”. Complete with “GER” rape oil vessel, all fittings and glasses (blue broken). Unpainted. A scarce maker for a GER lamp. Withersfield was a signal box location between Haverhill and Bartlow. SOLD FOR
222 Steel and brass “Wombwell Station Point Key” so inscribed. 8in. long. A former GCR station south east of Barnsley. SOLD FOR
223 Double sided cast metal Sign “Pearl Assurance Company Limited” with coat of arms to both sides. In its original frame with suspension lugs. Very good original condition. 31.5x25in. SOLD FOR
224 Cast iron Locomotive Worksplate “Built Swindon 1956”. Locos built that year were Std. Class 4 4-6-0 Nos. 75050 – 52, 75078 & 79 and Class 9F 2-10-0 Nos. 92087 – 92. Unrestored with small rim chip. SOLD FOR
225 BR(Sc) fully flanged enamel Station Doorplate “Waiting Room”. Re-touched chipping to both ends. SOLD FOR
226 LNWR Fletcher’s mahogany cased double line Signal Box Block Instrument with tapper and underslung bell. Ivorine plate “Crowthorn Junction” and Dymo Tape label “Ashton Moss South”. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
227 GNR Guard’s Pocket Watch by “W. Potts & Sons Leeds & Newcastle”. The case back very nicely inscribed “Great Northern Railway No. 753”. V.g.c. and working order. SOLD FOR
228 A Bodyside Flame Cut Panel “76033” with data panel and nuts where the Gorton builders plate was carried. Ex-OHWE formerly No. 26033 built at Gorton (1040 of 1952). W/d July 1981 and cut up by Cooper’s, Brightside, Sheffield in March 1983. The panel measures approx. 38x32in. SOLD FOR
229 Pair of Locomotive Lamps as carried by the Class 76 OHWE Locos. Both have red lenses within red painted metal surrounds with location spigots. Both v.g.c. and ex-loco condition. SOLD FOR
230 GNR 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “GNR 18914”, date coded for 1919 and brass plated “Great Northern Railway Company Knebworth Box 7” and with re-location plate “Dovercourt Bay”. Complete with integral vessel, all fittings and glasses and restored. SOLD FOR
231 SR enamel Target Sign “Swanley” from the former SECR south London station. Restoration to the edges and through the letter ‘W’. Good colour and shine. SOLD FOR
232 Large cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Societe Anonyme Franco-Belge pour la construction de machines et de materials de Chemin de Fer No. 553 – Paris – 1885 Ateliers de Raismes. Nord”. Face lightly polished only. 17.75×8.5in. As carried by 5ft. gauge 0-6-0T supplied to the Universelle du Canal Interoceanique (Ferdinand de Lessops). No. 116 later transferred to the Ismithian Canal Corps (i.e. The Panama Canal Company). A rare survivor. SOLD FOR
233 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway mahogany cased Signal Box Block Bell with tapper. Cast brass plate to the face “Glasshoughton NE” and nicely marked “L&YR 40”. SOLD FOR
234 Cast iron Sign “Limit of Lift” with “Rail Level”. Unrestored 15x12in. SOLD FOR
235 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “10C” (Patricroft then Fleetwood). Unrestored. Fairly crudely cast probably at the depot. SOLD FOR
236 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “49637”. As carried by the Class 7F 0-8-0 built at Crewe in 1932. A Wigan and Agecroft engine w/d June 1961 and cut up at Crewe. Restored. SOLD FOR
237 BR(NE) fully flanged enamel Station Sign “Ladies Waiting Room” with black edge lettering and directional arrow. Superb condition. 24x18in. SOLD FOR
238 London & North Western Railway glazed pottery Carriage Footwarmer boldly displaying the large company initials. With a non-original screw stopper but in excellent condition. SOLD FOR
239 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Sign “British Railways Footpath For Pedestrians Only” followed by eight lines of warning text. Light chipping and slight loss of shine. 24x18in. SOLD FOR
240 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Rose Grove” from the former LYR station west of Burnley well known for its loco depot at the end of steam. General flange wear mainly but with decent colour and shine. SOLD FOR
241 Carriage Print “Durham” by Sidney Causer from the LNER 1945-47 series. An uncommon print in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
242 Wooden cased Omnibus Telephone with black handset and brass bell. Ex-service condition. n/s
243 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “65D” (Dawsholm). Unrestored. n/s
244 Painted double sided wooden Carriage / Destination Board “Horsham / Tour of Kent”. Ex-service condition. 32in. long. n/s
245 Metropolitan Railway large 3 aspect Handlamp with a brass collar to the reducing cone. Plated “Met & LNE” and painted “Chorley Wood”. Fine ex-service condition complete with all fittings and glasses. SOLD FOR
246 Webb & Thompson large Single Line Staff with cast brass plates “Pickburn” and “Sprotborough”. 23in. long. A section of former Hull & Barnsley Rly. Between Wranbrook Jct and Denaby. (See also lot no. 122). SOLD FOR
247 BR(W) fully flanged aluminium Station Sign “British Railways (totem) Tickets Enquiries”. Some light wear but most unusual. 28x18in. SOLD FOR
248 LNER cast iron Station Door / Barrier Plate “Tickets”. An original plate stripped of paint. SOLD FOR
249 Midland Railway engraved long brass Signal Box Shelf Plate “Up Line Dore and Totley West Junction Down Line”. V.g.c. 37in. long and screwed to a wooden batten. SOLD FOR
250 Cast brass Locomotive Nameplate “The Loyal Regiment” very lightly face restored only 48.75in. long. As carried on the right hand side of the LMS ‘Royal Scot’ loco no. 46158 built at Derby in 1930. Its BR allocations were Holyhead, Longsight, Trafford Park and Annesley where it worked over the ex-GCR Main Line on Nottingham to Marylebone Semi-Fasts. It was w/d in Nov. 1963 and cut up at Crewe. SOLD FOR