July 2024 Lots 51-100

SAT 13th July 2024 – Cedric Ford Pavilion,
Newark Showground, Lincoln Rd, Notts NG24 2NY
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51 NER enamel Station Doorplate “Mail Porters Retiring Room”. Ex-Normanton Station. Edge wear. 11×2.75in. SOLD FOR
£230
52 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “17B” (Burton-on-Trent). A LMS style plate painted red background. Raised areas and back are ex-loco. SOLD FOR
£640
53 North Eastern Railway Ships brass Binacle with copper plate “S. D. Brindley L.N.E.R.” complete with side lamp and compass. Lamp door requires re-soldering. The S. D. “Brindley” was a suction dredger built in 1914 originally owned by the North Eastern Railway. Its Port of Registry was Hull. An unusual item and a scarce survivor. SOLD FOR
£150
54 Oval cast brass Locomotive Worksplate “LMS Built 1935 Crewe”. Face restored only. Locos built that year were ‘Princess’ Class 46202 – 12, ‘Jubilees’ 45647 – 54 & 45665 – 81, ‘Black 5’s’ 45000 – 45019 & 45070 – 74 and 8F 48000 – 11. Take your pick! SOLD FOR
£210
55 Steel Single Line Staff, the aluminium head inscribed “Hassall Green – Lawton Stn.” ‘B’ configuration retaining blue paint. A section of former North Staffs Rly. north west of Stoke. Both stations here closed in July 1930. SOLD FOR
£210
56 North Eastern Railway brass face piece Horse Brass on its original “NER” marked leather hanger. A nice genuine example. SOLD FOR
£40
57 Large GNR 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “GNR 11922 / 9325” and brass plated “Great Northern Railway Company Wainfleet 3”. Complete with integral vessel, all fittings and glasses and restored. SOLD FOR
£230
58 North Eastern Region painted double sided wooden Sign “Londesborough Road Station” with directional arrows. Very good original condition. 30x18in. Ex-Scarborough and location for the excursion platforms. SOLD FOR
£170
59 LNER cast brass ‘9×5’ Locomotive Tender Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway 8807 Armstrong Whitworth 1920”. Face restored only. As carried by the tender originally attached to Q6 Class 0-8-0 No. 63454. SOLD FOR
£150
60 Brass Locomotive Whistle as carried by the LMS Northern Counties Committee ‘U2’ Class 4-4-0 No. 78 “Chichester Castle”. V.g.c. and mounted on a titled display stand. SOLD FOR
£320
61 North Eastern Railway Station Platform Wall Lamp with original plated nameglass “Snaith”, a location west of Goole. Complete with “NER” brass painted vessel, all fittings and glasses and nicely restored. 23.5in. tall. SOLD FOR
£230
62 North British Railway 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “NBR 5908” and bears a painted legend “Boarshill Pumping Engine NBR”. Plated “N.B.R.” complete with “NBR” vessel, all fittings, early red and green aspect glasses and original paintwork with remains of red lining. Boarshill station a former Fife station between St. Andrews & Anstruther closed to passengers in 1930. SOLD FOR
£150
63 BR(E) half flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Harwich Town”. Re-touching above the “W” in town otherwise good condition with good colour and shine. SOLD FOR
£2300
64 Steel Single Line metal ‘Ticket’ “Frankland S.B. & Finchale Siding”. 8x4in. From the Frankland Coal Co. Narrow Gauge Line near Finchale Abbey in Upper Weardale. SOLD FOR
£120
65 Engraved brass Locomotive Worksplate “Peckett & Sons Ltd. Bristol 1927 No. 1634”. Face polished only. The original rear studs cut back and two small holes drilled through the face. 12×8.5in. The loco worked at Brookhouse Colliery and Birley East Colliery near Sheffield. SOLD FOR
£190
66 BR(NE) fully flanged enamel Station Doorplate “Ladies Room”. Chipping to bottom edge mainly. Very good colour and shine. SOLD FOR
£560
67 LNE – C 3 aspect GCR pattern Handlamp stamped “LNE – C 24998” and brass plated “LNE – C 24998 Attercliffe Goods”. A Sheffield location. Complete with all fittings but lacks coloured aspect glasses. Part restored. SOLD FOR
£150
68 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “50C” (Selby then Hull Botanic Gardens). Face restored only a while ago. SOLD FOR
£60
69 A Cuban Locomotive circular cast brass Numberplate “19”. The company initials ground down but still mostly legible. V.g.c. 14.5in. dia. SOLD FOR
£180
70 “Great Western Railway” fully titled cast iron Notice warning of propping wagon doors etc. Ten lines of text, dated Mar. 1922 James Milne General Manager. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£80
71 Great Northern Railway miniature wooden Somersault Signal Arm complete with rear bracket embossed “GNR S20” and “E.C. & J.K Ld.” V.g.c. 30in. long. SOLD FOR
£90
72 S.N.C.F. Locomotive Headlamp plated “SNCF (2) 8185” and “Gillet – Forest Paris”. Complete with front lens and reflector. Body also embossed “SNCF”. Good condition. 21.5in. tall o/a handle. SOLD FOR
£120
73 A tub containing six miscellaneous Handlamps for restoration. SOLD FOR
£120
74 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station Direction Sign in superb condition. Please note this is a wall fixed sign with holes in the flanges. SOLD FOR
£500
75 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway mahogany cased non-tapping Signal Box Block Bell with large brass mushroom bell. Nicely marked “L&YR 665” on top and base. SOLD FOR
£60
76 A matching pair of Locomotive Cab Water Gauge Protectors together with a “BR” brass cased Pressure Gauge calibrated to 100p.s.i. V.g.c. (3). SOLD FOR
£40
77 LNER Station Master’s Desk Lamp on a cast iron pedestal base. Brass plated “LNER Tumby Woodside”. Complete with brass burner, glass chimney and white glass globe. 23in. tall o/all and in excellent condition. Tumby Woodside on the GNR ‘New Line’ opened in July 1913 and closed in October 1970. SOLD FOR
£640
78 LNER cast brass ‘9×5’ Locomotive Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway 5924 Darlington Works 1926”. As carried by the J38 Class 0-6-0 w/d from Dunfermline June 1964 and cut up by the Motherwell Machinery & Scrap Co., Wishaw. SOLD FOR
£100
79 North Eastern Railway brass Straight Edge with two inset brass rollers for determining parallel lines. Stamped “NER”. V.g.c. 18in. long and in its original mahogany box. SOLD FOR
£40
80 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “17E” (Heaton Mersey 1957 – 58). Restored. SOLD FOR
£150
81 Cast brass Locomotive Nameplate “Blair Athol” as carried by the LNER ‘A3’ Class Pacific No. 2557 / 60058 built at Doncaster in 1925, and named after the winning racehorse of the 1864 Derby and St. Leger. The loco was a long term Grantham engine in LNER days followed by Kings Cross, Copley Hill and Doncaster before moving to Darlington, Gateshead and Heaton where it was w/d in June 1963 followed by cutting up at Doncaster. Face polished and nicely presented on a well-crafted metal splasher in BR(E) livery. (See next lot). SOLD FOR
£4000
82 Engraved brass Locomotive Worksplate “London North Eastern Railway Co. No. 1613 Doncaster 1925”. As carried by “Blair Athol”. Stamped in the back “2557” and “58”. Face polished only. (See next lot). SOLD FOR
£4400
83 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “60058” as carried by “Blair Athol”. V.g.c. and face restored only. (See next lot). SOLD FOR
£4200
84 Original Painting by Gerald Broom commissioned by our vendor depicting “Blair Athol” on an Up Express passing Barrowby Road Signal Box on the outskirts of Grantham. In a glazed frame with card mounts. 36x27in. o/all. (See next lot). SOLD FOR
£300
85 Wooden Signal Box Board with applied cast iron letters “Barrowby Road”. The box stood at the junction of the East Coast Main Line and the Nottingham Branch north of Grantham Station. Nicely restored 83×12.75in. (See next lot). SOLD FOR
£260
86 “Barrowby Road” Signal Box Diagram dated October 1943. Shows the main lines, Nottingham lines and Ambergate Sidings. V.g.c. and in a glazed frame 38x19in. o/all. SOLD FOR
£320
87 Box of Miscellaneous Railwayana. SOLD FOR
£220
88 “NER Refreshment Rooms Scarborough” silver plated four slice Toast Rack in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
£60
89 “NER Refreshment Rooms Scarborough” silver plated one pint Tankard by Elkington in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
£60
90 Double sided Station wooden Fingerboard painted “King’s Cross Excursion” with directional arrows. Very good condition 47.5in. long. n/s
91 Midland & South Western Junction Railway 3 aspect Handlamp, later GWR pattern brass plated “W. Marsh” and “12259”. The body stamped “GWR Swindon”. Complete with GWR style vessel, all fittings and glasses and plenty of brass and copper to polish. Walter Marsh aged 28 in 1921 was a fireman on the MSWJR living on Albion Parade, Cheltenham. He was previously relief foreman at Ludgershall. SOLD FOR
£200
92 Enamel Advertising Sign double sided with wall fixing flange “Esso Blue Superlative All – Purpose Paraffin Esso”. Very minor chips only. Good colour and shine. 22x18in. SOLD FOR
£180
93 Bulleid Southern Railway Pacific Locomotive brass cased Lamp. Complete and in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
£190
94 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “9D” (Buxton). Face restored only a while ago. SOLD FOR
£70
95 BR(S) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Sevenoaks”. Light flange chips only. Main area superb condition. SOLD FOR
£780
96 Great Northern Railway ornate cast iron Ventilation Grille probably from the company hotel, Kings Cross. “GNR” intertwined initials to the centre within a pattern of intricate surrounding scrollwork. A superb item in good painted condition. 26x26in. SOLD FOR
£220
97 North London Railway cast iron Bridge Numberplate “N.L.R. 128”. Nicely restored. SOLD FOR
£80
98 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “65B” (St. Rollox) together with a “SC” Self-Cleaning Smokebox Plate. Both face restored only. SOLD FOR
£100
99 Box of Miscellaneous Railwayana. SOLD FOR
£60
100 A Pack of pictorial ‘Named Train’ Luggage Labels including “South Yorkshireman, West Riding, Queen of Scots, Northern Belle, Master Cutler, Fenman, East Anglian, Norfolkman, Night Ferry, Golden Arrow, Cornish Riviera, Torbay Limited, Cheltenham Flyer”. 23 all different and in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
£620