March 2022 Lots 301 – 350

SAT 26th March 2022 – Cedric Ford Pavilion,
Newark Showground, Notts, NG24 2NY
Viewing from 8.00am on morning of sale – Sale starts 10.00am
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301 Two leather Cash Bags: “LNER Barnham and Bury St. Edmunds” and “BR Elmswell & Bury St. Edmunds”. Both v.g.c. SOLD FOR
302 BR(E) flangeless enamel Station Doorplate “Station Master”. Very minor edge chips only. Very good colour and shine. SOLD FOR
303 “NER York Station Hotel” silver plated small Ice Bucket by Elkington. The title face inscribed in a belted garter on a grooved and banded barrel type design. 5.6in. tall o/all side handles. SOLD FOR
304 BR(E) half flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Firsby”. Good ex-station condition. The former East Lincs junction station closed in Oct. 1970. SOLD FOR
305 London Transport enamel double sided Train Destination Plate “Hainault via Woodford / Hainault via Newbury Park”. Chipping around suspension holes otherwise v.g.c. SOLD FOR
306 “GN & GE 66” oval cast iron Bridge Numberplate from a structure by Saxilby signal box. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
307 Cast brass Industrial Locomotive Nameplate “Joseph Stirzaker” as carried by the 0-4-0ST built by Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn (7348 of 1947). It was new to Dorman Long, Cleveland Works, South Bank, Middlesbrough as their No. 184. In 1962 it was transferred to Acklam Works then to G. Jersmills & Co. Iron Works. It was scrapped in 1967. An impressive plate 48in. long. Face restored only. N/S
308 Original Painting by Joe Townend, associate of G.R.A. depicting A1 Pacific 60157 “Great Eastern” and local O2 2-8-0 63931 at Grantham Shed. Oil on canvas. Unframed 24x18in. SOLD FOR
309 “GCR 288 (58)” cast iron Viaduct Plate from the multi-arch Weekday Cross structure south of Nottingham Victoria Station. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
310 Full set of six LNER official first series Cathedral Plates by Wedgwood featuring Lincoln, Durham, Ely, Norwich and Peterborough Cathedrals and York Minster. Very good condition. (6). N/S
311 GNR short wooden cased Signal Box Block Instrument in fine ex-box condition. SOLD FOR
312 Cast aluminium Locomotive Nameplate “Civil Link”. This is the third nameplate presented at the official naming ceremony of BR Type 4 DE Loco No. 47333 at York Wagon Repair Depot on 2nd May 1990. The nameplate 33.25×9.75in. is mounted on a display panel and is accompanied by official BR photographs taken on the day. SOLD FOR
313 BR(L.M.Region) quad royal pictorial Poster “London Midland Electrification Getting on with the Job” by Barber. Features locomotive E3001 hauling an express past Wilmslow signal box. V.g.c. with folds only. SOLD FOR
314 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station Doorplate “Tickets”. Chips to the corners. Very good colour and shine. SOLD FOR
315 Great Northern Railway five tier mahogany Leaflet Rack branded “GNR” underneath. 14.25×4.75in. x 9.75in. tall. SOLD FOR
316 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “83B” (Taunton). Unrestored. Loco number “4128” is painted on the back. SOLD FOR
317 GN & GE Station Platform Lamp Top with two “Nocton” lamp glasses. Complete with vessel, burner and all glazing. Restored. The door catch a/f. 30.5in. tall. Nocton and Dunston station between Lincoln and Sleaford closed in May 1955. SOLD FOR
318 BR(ER) double royal pictorial Poster “East Coast Landmarks Lowestoft, Suffolk” by Frank Mason. A view of the lighthouse in an unusual residential setting in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
319 Great Northern Railway cast iron Boundary Post. The scarcer example with spiked foot. Unrestored. 35.5in. tall. SOLD FOR
320 Rhymney Railway 3 aspect Handlamp. Typical Rhymney brass number plate “235” to the reducing cone and the lamp floor is stamped “RR Co. 235 ED” (Engineers Dept). Complete with original vessel marked “RR” on the reflector support, all fittings and glasses and restored. A scarce pattern of lamp for this company. SOLD FOR
321 GNR wooden cased Signal Box Block Bell in ex-box condition. SOLD FOR
322 A Folder containing a MSLR full title envelope of 1872, 3 MSLR bills, MSLR PW Barnetby paycheck, GCR Grimsby District Electric Railway paycheck. Together with 15 GDEL original tickets and book titled “The tickets of the Grimsby & Immingham Electric Railway”. SOLD FOR
323 GNR full title headed wooden Notice Board with a glazed front displaying 4 no GNR handbills. Fine condition and a rare survivor. 34×19.25in. SOLD FOR
324 British Transport Commission (Eastern Region) fully flanged enamel Notice “Beware of Trains Warning is hereby given to persons not to trespass upon the railway. Penalty not exceeding 40/-”. On its original backing board ex-Boston. 24x21in. SOLD FOR
325 LNER 3 aspect Handlamp brass plated “London & North Eastern Railway Doncaster”. Complete with all fittings and glasses and restored. SOLD FOR
326 LNER double royal enamel Poster Board Header with the unusual red background. Chips to two corners. Very good colour and shine. 30in. long. SOLD FOR
327 “GNR Stick No Bills” small cast iron Notice 14.5×9.25in. in fine original condition. SOLD FOR
328 Carriage Print “Grimsby, Lincolnshire” by E.T. Holding from the LNER 1945 – 47 series. In an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
329 LNER enamel Doorplate “Telephone” from a trackside cabinet. Labelled on the back “York Road Tunnel Curve, Kings Cross, London”. Fine condition 9×1.5in. SOLD FOR
330 Very early North Eastern Railway leather Cash Bag brass plated “Coxwold”. A former station on the Pilmoor – Pickering / Malton lines closed in June 1958. SOLD FOR
331 GCR Pegging Signal Box Instrument, with original GCR “Down Line” brass plate. Top of case marked “GC Ry”. Minor damage to fibre thumb catch otherwise fine ex-box condition from Belgrave & Birstall north of Leicester. The instrument would have dispatched trains to Rothley. SOLD FOR
332 Great Eastern Railway 3 aspect sliding knobs Handlamp stamped “GER” and brass plated “London & North Eastern Railway Sleaford 22”. Complete with “LNE-E” vessel, all fittings, intact back handle & all glasses. Restored. A nice example of the earlier fluted top style of lamp N/S
333 BR(E) flangeless enamel Station or Signal Box “Private” Doorplate. Light edge chipping. Very good colour and shine. SOLD FOR
334 LNER cast brass Locomotive Nameplate “Isinglass” as carried by the ‘A3’ Class Pacific No. 2562 / 60063. It was built at Doncaster Works in 1925 (No. 1618) & allocated to Doncaster then around the GC & GN Depots at Grantham, Kings Cross, Leicester, Neasden, Gorton, Copley Hill and New England. Withdrawn from the latter in June 1964. The loco was named after the famous racehorse which won the 1893 Derby, St. Leger and 2000 Guineas owned by Mr. H. McCalmont. A fine nameplate 54.5in. long fitted to a painted wooden baseboard. SOLD FOR
335 BR(Sc.R) double royal pictorial Poster “Jedburgh Abbey” by Edward Wesson. Light horizontal folds only. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
336 Rectangular cast aluminium Locomotive Builders Plate “British Railways Derby Built 1959 Power Equipment by the British Thompson – Houston Co. Ltd. and Sulzer” as carried by Class 24 DE from the number range D5005 – D5029 and D5066 – D5068 which were built that year. V.g.c. and fully restored. 13×6.5in. SOLD FOR
337 Great Western Railway cast iron Signal Box Nameplate “Newlands Signal Box” with casting number “U94” to the back. Face restored only a while ago. 72in. long. A former Port Talbot Railway signal box. SOLD FOR
338 BR(Eastern Region) double royal pictorial Poster “The Flying Scotsman 1862 – 1962” by Bagley. Features the titled express hauled by a Deltic locomotive with the latter-day steam hauled version in the upper background. Small stain to title panel & light folds otherwise v.g.c. SOLD FOR
339 “GNR Louth” brass plated leather Cash Bag in fine condition. The East Lincs town lost its rail services for passengers in Oct. 1970. SOLD FOR
340 BR(S) enamel Station Running In Sign “Horsebridge” in v.g.c. with fine colour and shine. It is in two sections 70x20in each. The former LSWR station between Romsey and Andover Junction closed in Sept. 1964. SOLD FOR
341 BR(M) Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “E3041”. Aluminium numerals on a steel backing plate. As carried by the OHWE loco built by the NBL Co. (27798 of 10/1960). It became Class84 no. 84006 and was w/d in Jan. 1978 to be cut up at Crewe Basford Hall by Cashmores. Fine ex-loco condition. 30.25×7.5in. SOLD FOR
342 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “26A” (Newton Heath). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
343 Great Northern Railway Hotels decorative china Teaplate by Royal Doulton. Base marked “Great Northern Hotels” and in v.g.c. 8.5in. dia. N/S
344 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “45300” as carried by the LMS ‘Black 5’ 4-6-0 built by Armstrong Whitworth (1355 of 1937). A Crewe North & South and Holyhead loco it was w/d from the latter in Dec. 1965 and cut up by Cashmore’s, Great Bridge. The plate is in ex-loco condition. SOLD FOR
345 LNER Great Central pattern 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “LNE-C Mottram 28588”. Complete with all fittings & glasses. V.g.c. Unpainted. The location is south east of Stalybridge. SOLD FOR
346 LNER Southern Section Ledger No. 1 for the year 1933. Monthly handwritten record of receipts and payments for the LNER Southern Section for stations, departments, canals, docks, improvements, passenger fares and goods receipts etc. A very large red leather bound volume 22x16in. with gilt titles. Superb condition. N/S
347 Great Central Railway Stores Journal for Jan 1899 to Sept. 1900. A monthly handwritten list of purchases from supplies and other railway companies of coal, timber, cranes, engine repairs, wagons, lamps, signalling etc. and even a boat! A large red leather volume 20x15in. with gilt title to spine. Nice condition. SOLD FOR
348 Enamel Advertising Sign “Fry’s Nut Milk Chocolate Makers to T.M. The King & Queen & H.M. Queen Alexandra”. Edge and screwhole chipping and minor losses to bottom edge. Good colour and shine. 19.75x14in. SOLD FOR
349 Great Central Railway small size cast iron Signal Post Finial in v.g.c. 25in. tall. SOLD FOR
350 Great Northern Railway Side & Tail Brake Van Lamp stamped “GNR” and brass plated “Engineers Dept. Boston” and “For Petroleum Only”. Complete with vessel, burner and glasses. Original condition and paintwork. SOLD FOR
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