July 2024 Lots 351-400

SAT 13th July 2024 – Cedric Ford Pavilion,
Newark Showground, Lincoln Rd, Notts NG24 2NY
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351 Cast brass Cabside Numberplate “4967” as carried by “Shirenewton Hall”. Face restored only. With BR receipt and Swindon delivery tag. SOLD FOR
£800
352 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “4967” as carried by “Shirenewton Hall”. Ex-loco condition. SOLD FOR
£560
353 Pair of GWR brass Whistles with original back plate and pipework as carried by “Shirenewton Hall”. Lightly restored. SOLD FOR
£380
354 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “1D” (Devons Road then Marylebone). Restored. SOLD FOR
£60
355 “Built 1958 Swindon” oval cast iron Locomotive Worksplate. Restored. Locos built that year were 9F Class 2-10-0 Nos. 92184 – 92202, ‘Warship’ DH Nos. D800 – 802 and 204 HP DM. Nos. D2004 – 2033. SOLD FOR
£170
356 Cast aluminium hexagonal Numerals “7” and “8”. Two of a number of similar numbers which were mounted on the wall above the tracks at Bristol Bath Road Diesel Depot. Circa 1960 – 1995. They measure 17.5×15.75in x 0.75in. thick. “7” is face restored only. “8” is in as removed condition. (2). SOLD FOR
£100
357 BR(NE) double royal letterpress Poster “Cheap Day Return Tickets Stockton – Middlebro – Saltburn – Whitby – Scarborough”. Date coded May 1953. Lists 31 stations many of which now closed. V.g.c. with folds only. SOLD FOR
£160
358 BR(NE) double royal Poster “Whitby Gem of the Yorkshire Coast” dated 1958. Good condition with folds only. SOLD FOR
£120
359 “L&NER – C” Standard 12 tons 136429” cast iron ‘D’ Wagon Plate in v.g.c. A scarce early transitional plate from the former Great Central Rly. section showing the LNER initials incorporating an ampersand. SOLD FOR
£110
360 Box of Miscellaneous Silver Plated Items. SOLD FOR
£160
361 Enamel Station Running-In Sign “Lichfield” from one of the LNWR stations in the city. An early sign and a rare survivor with some corrosion losses and mounted in a wooden frame 51.75×17.5in. o/all. SOLD FOR
£75
362 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “85A” (Worcester). Unrestored. Written on the back is “6817”. The loco from which the plate was removed. SOLD FOR
£150
363 North Eastern Railway silver plated Tureen and Cover which is face marked “NER West Hartlepool. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£55
364 Silver plated Hot Water / Coffee Pot bearing a face marked garter title “Great Central Railway Y.H. N.H.” from the Yarborough Hotel New Holland which was bought by the Grimsby & Sheffield Junction Rly in 1844. It was rebuilt in 1851, later owned by the MS & LR, then GCR and LNER and sold in 1946. SOLD FOR
£50
365 Cast brass ‘9×5’ Locomotive Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway 69850 (strip) rebuilt Darlington Works 1933”. As carried by the ex-NER 4-4-4T No. 2143 built 1913, later re-built as a 4-6-2T Class ‘A8’. Withdrawn from Sunderland June 1960 and cut up at Darlington. The plate is face restored only, the previous ground off number “9850” still discernible. Mounted on a lined out wooden panel 15x15in. SOLD FOR
£560
366 Pair of Travel Agents Counter Top painted double sided wooden Signs with dowel legs and mahogany bases. Each bear a maroon British Railways totem and are lettered “Buy Your Tickets here at Station Prices” and “Local Train Service Information available at this Office”. Both in v.g.c. 13in. tall (2). SOLD FOR
£230
367 Great Western Railway cast iron Signal Box Nameboard “Newton Abbot East Box”. In original condition 91in. long. The large box stood at the Exeter end of the station and controlled the Main Lines and the Moretonhamstead branch. SOLD FOR
£2700
368 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “67E” (Dumfries). Face restored only a while ago. SOLD FOR
£140
369 Cast iron Wagon Registration Plate “Registered by the Caledonian Ry. Co. 1905 to carry 12 tons 21086”. Restored. SOLD FOR
£40
370 Small painted double sided Carriage Board “Leeds / Selby”. Original condition. 32.5in. long. SOLD FOR
£70
371 Great North of Scotland Railway brass Locomotive Whistle with an adapted base nut. V.g.c. and scarce. 11.5in. tall o/all. SOLD FOR
£200
372 Three SNCF cast aluminium Locomotive Depot Plates: “Mulhouse Nord / Ile – Napoleon / Chaumont”. The latter with screwhole damage. All ex-loco condition. 7.6x2in. (3). SOLD FOR
£130
373 Eight bound Volumes of the Great Eastern Railway in house Magazine for the years 1911 – 1916 plus 1919 and 1920. All clean and tightly bound. SOLD FOR
£40
374 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “8408” as carried by the (GWR) 94XX Class 0-6-0PT built by W. G. Bagnall Ltd in 1950. A Swansea East Dock engine it was w/d in Sept. 1959 stored at Swindon Works for a year then sent to 83F Truro as a stationary boiler for 4 years. W/d finally in Aug. 1964 it was cut up by Cohen’s, Morriston, Swansea. SOLD FOR
£240
375 Cast aluminium Locomotive Nameplate “William Bramwell Booth”. 81in. long and mounted on a moulded wooden panel. The nameplate was intended to be fitted to the Class 60 Diesel Electric Loco No. 60032 to honour the founder of the Salvation Army but was incorrectly named as the founder was actually William Booth. William Bramwell Booth was the founder’s Great Grandson. The mistake was rectified and 60032 was correctly named at Nottingham Station with ceremony. n/s
376 BR(E) half flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Mistley”. Perimeter re-touching of the white edge otherwise good condition with good colour and shine. A former GER station on the Manningtree – Harwich branch. SOLD FOR
£640
377 London & South Western Railway General Purpose Handlamp stamped “L&SWR” and brass plated “SWR”. Complete with “SWR” vessel, all fittings and original bevelled edged glasses. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£580
378 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “40679” as carried by the LMS 2P Class 4-4-0 built at Derby in 1932. Ex-loco condition. Allocations include Wigan, Bath, Brunswick, Chester and Crewe North. It was w/d Nov. 1959, stored for over a year at Uttoxeter and cut up by Cashmore’s, Great Bridge. SOLD FOR
£320
379 (G)WR Gangers Occupation Instrument. The letter “G” ground off which often was the case when British Railways was formed. n/s
380 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “9C” (Macclesfield then Reddish). Face restored only a while ago. SOLD FOR
£200
381 Great Northern Railway cast iron Crane Plate “GNR Notice – Persons not in the employ of the company using this cane do so entirely at their own risk. By order”. Superb original condition. 30x5in. SOLD FOR
£170
382 BR(NE) double royal enamel Poster Board Header. Excellent condition. 27in. long. SOLD FOR
£440
383 Engraved brass Locomotive Builders Plate “No. 2120 Darlington 1950” as carried by the LMS 4MT Class 2-6-0 No. 43078 new to Hull Dairycoates. Its final year was spent at Royston being w/d in Dec. 1966 followed by cutting up at Ward’s, Beighton, Sheffield. Face very lightly cleaned only. 12.25×6.25in. SOLD FOR
£260
384 Carriage Print “Hull, Entrance to Victoria Dock” by E.T. Holding from the LNER 1945 – 47 series. V.g.c. and in an original frame with toughened glass. SOLD FOR
£40
385 Large cast iron Wagon Plate “Ministry of Supply Royal Ordnance Factory Pembrey R.O.F. 34 Tank No. 36”. Unrestored. 22x10in. Ex – Bishopton Depot. SOLD FOR
£100
386 Limited Edition Print No. 175 / 850 of a painting by Terence Cuneo depicting ‘A4’ “Mallard” with dynamometer car on its record breaking run in July 1938. The print was produced on the 50th anniversary of the event. It is personally signed by the artist and also Norman Newsome, former Technical Assistant to Sir Nigel Gresley. The print is in a glazed frame with title mount. 36×28.25in. o/all. SOLD FOR
£140
387 Box of Miscellaneous Oil Cans etc. SOLD FOR
£190
388 GCR wooden Signal Box Board with applied cast iron letters “Wath Jc”. V.g.c. 53.5×9.25in. SOLD FOR
£500
389 BR enamel Box Sign “Beware Pedestrians Crossing” (other face is blank) still with metal bracket & post clamps attached. The sign is 32x21in. Ex – ‘Sealink’ Service Isle of Wight. SOLD FOR
£140
390 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “15A” (Wellingborough then Leicester Midland). A LMS style plate in ex-loco condition with “Ex – 92053” painted on the back. SOLD FOR
£280
391 LNER 3 aspect Handlamp brass plated “London & North Eastern Railway Meadow Hall & Wincobank. Complete with all fittings and glasses (front lens cracked) and in original condition. A former GCR Sheffield Station closed in Dec. 1953. SOLD FOR
£100
392 “Built 1951 Crewe” cast iron Locomotive Worksplate. Restored. Locos built that year were Class 2 2-6-2T Nos. 41290 – 99, ‘Britannia’ Class Pacifics Nos. 70000 – 24 and ‘Clan’ Pacifics Nos. 72000 & 01. SOLD FOR
£160
393 Great Northern Railway mahogany cased Signal Box Telegraph Instrument with circular surround to the sounding bars. Glazed brass frame to the side with original card for the Crescent Jct. Peterborough to Essendine North Section. SOLD FOR
£180
394 Bronze Single Line Key inscribed “Ford Green S. B – Heaths Jc.” A former North Staffs Rly. section north of Stoke. SOLD FOR
£270
395 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “75C” (Norwood Junction). “BR(S)” Eastleigh triangle to the back. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£80
396 Fletchers mahogany cased Signal Box Block Instrument. The commutator removed but bell and tapper remain. V.g.c. n/s
397 Cast brass ‘9×5’ Locomotive Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway 62725 (strip) Darlington Works 1928”. The overstrip is damaged at one end but the original ground off number “2725” below is still clear. As carried by the D49 Class 4-4-0 “Inverness-shire”. During the BR period it was a Perth and Stirling engine w/d Nov. 1958 and cut up at Darlington. SOLD FOR
£280
398 BR(E) “British Railways” quad royal enamel Poster Board Header in good condition. The early style with spaced out lettering. 50.5in. long. SOLD FOR
£140
399 BR(S) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Winchfield”. One tiny re-touched bottom panel edge chip otherwise superb. A former LSWR Main Line Station east of Basingstoke. SOLD FOR
£460
400 North Eastern Railway Miscellany: An original painted “NER Police” truncheon, NER Temperance Union Certificate to E. Savage York NER Police, a Christian Police Members Card to York NER Police Member E. Savage, NER First World War Service Lapel Badge and a large gilt “NER” Senior Staff gilt Button. SOLD FOR
£120