March 2022 Lots 51 – 100

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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51 Oval cast iron Locomotive Builders Plate “The Hunslet Engine Co. Ltd. Leeds No. 3167 – 1944”. As carried by the W.D. Austerity 0-6-0ST. No. 75117. Taken into LNER Stock Class J94 and numbered 8010 / BR 68010. A Blaydon and Darlington loco it was w/d May 1965 and cut up by Cohen’s, South Bank. The plate is lightly face restored only. SOLD FOR
52 “GN & GE” cast iron Boundary Post with raised initials. Face painted a while ago. SOLD FOR
53 BR(E) half flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “New Holland Town”. Minor chips to the white perimeter only. Fine deep colour and shine. The former GCR North Lincs. station closed in June 1981. SOLD FOR
54 BR(W) “British Railways” enamel Poster Board Header. V.g.c. with excellent colour and shine. 27x4in. SOLD FOR
55 GNR small 3 aspect Handlamp dated 1906 and brass plated “Great Northern Railway Company Hubbards Bridge 3”. Complete with integral vessel, all fittings and glasses and restored. Note earlier spelling of Hubbert’s Bridge. SOLD FOR
56 Three Worksplates as carried by Class ‘08’ 0-6-0 Diesel Shunters:- “Derby 1957” ex- 08296; “Darlington 1962” ex- 08928 – 08958 both cast iron and “Horwich 1962” ex- 08917 (resin). All fully restored. Together with an “English Electric” equipment plate (Ex-08).(3). SOLD FOR
57 Original Painting by Joe Townend, associate member of the G.R.A. depicting 0-6-2T locomotive No. 69261 at Stamford GNR station. Oil on canvas and unframed. N/S
58 “London & North Eastern Railway fully titled cast iron “Notice no heavy motor lorry or traction engine of greater weight than 5 tons must be allowed nearer the edge of the dock or platform wall than 4 feet”. Casting No. “08”. A scarce notice in v.g.c. 31.5×22.75in. Face lightly restored only. SOLD FOR
59 Manchester Sheffield & Lincolnshire Railway mahogany cased 12in. fusee Wall Clock by William McFerran of Manchester. The ex-service dial is written “BR(E) 8031”, and the clock records show that it was located in the station office at Barnby Dun north east of Doncaster. The clock has a typical McFerran recessed brass latch to the bottom door and traces of the original ebonised woodwork finish remain. Complete with winding key and pendulum but the latter needs a new suspension spring fitting. SOLD FOR
60 “GN & GE Jt. Ruskington” painted wooden Signal Lampman’s Yoke in fine original condition complete with chains and hooks. SOLD FOR
61 Enamel Advertising Sign “Venos Lightning Cough Cure”. Chipping to edges and screwholes but with good colour and shine. 30x20in. SOLD FOR
62 BR(ER) quad royal pictorial Poster “Lincoln” by Allanson Hick. A fine view looking towards the cathedral from the Brayford. V.g.c. and laid on linen. SOLD FOR
63 “LNER Leake” brass plated brass Platform Lamp Interior complete with burner and glass chimney. The former GNR Old Leake station was north east of Boston. SOLD FOR
64 “Metropolitan Railway” post grouping 4 aspect Handlamp bearing the fully titled company brass plate on the reducing cone. Complete with correct copper vessel, all fittings and glasses and restored. SOLD FOR
65 Brass Locomotive Whistle as carried by the LNER K3 Class 2-6-0 No 61808. Built at Doncaster in 1921 and allocated to Gorton and Colwick in BR days. W/d from the latter Sept. 1961 and cut up at Doncaster. SOLD FOR
66 LNER double royal pictorial Poster “Horncastle” from the “Book Lovers of Britain” series by Austin Cooper. Folds and a repaired tear to the base. SOLD FOR
67 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “33C” (Shoeburyness). A scarce plate, unrestored. SOLD FOR
68 “Wormald Green” wooden Signal Box Board with applied letters. V.g.c. 69 in. long. A location on the Harrogate – Northallerton Line. The station here closed in June 1962. SOLD FOR
69 LNWR pattern Station Platform Wall Lamp with original paper label “Craigo”. Complete with slide in vessel, brass burner, glass chimney and all glazing. Fine original condition painted yellow. Craigo, a former Caledonian station between Bridge of Dun and Stonehaven closed in June 1956. SOLD FOR
70 MSLR Non-Pegging Signal Box Instrument with original brass “Up Line” plate. Top of case marked “MSLR”. Ex-Clipstone West Junction Signal Box on the former LD & ECR Sheffield to Lincoln line. (See also lot nos. 165 and 206). SOLD FOR
71 BR(E) enamel Sign “Passengers cross the line by the footbridge”. In its original wooden frame. Ex-station condition probably from Boston. SOLD FOR
72 LNER 3 aspect Handlamp brass plated “London & North Eastern Railway Crowle”. Complete with all fittings and glasses and restored. SOLD FOR
73 “GNR 11” oval cast iron Bridgeplate in totally original condition. From the footbridge at Firsby station closed in 1970. SOLD FOR
74 Cast aluminium Locomotive Worksplate “British Railways Derby Built 1965 Power Equipment by Associated Electrical Industries and Sulzer”. The face repainted. 13×6.5in. As carried by a BR Class 25 DE loco in the number range 25149 (D5299), 25169 (D7519) or 25171 – 25215 (D7521 – 7565). SOLD FOR
75 Midland & Great Northern Railway and Midland Railway cast iron Gate Notices mounted onto a triangular section of wood. V.g.c. (2). SOLD FOR
76 Rolled Signal Box Diagram “Mansfield Woodhouse” from 1955. Shows the goods shed and sidings for Sherwood Colliery. Good condition 39x14in. Dated 7/12/55. SOLD FOR
77 Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway cast iron Parish Boundary Post. Embossed “M&GN” and “PB” on the opposite faces. A short post with a spiked foot. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
78 LNER 3 aspect Handlamp brass plated “London & North Eastern Railway Thornton Abbey”. Complete with all fittings and glasses and restored. SOLD FOR
79 Wooden Signal Box Board with applied metal letters “Ledburn Crossing”. Good original condition with some wear to the top surround. A former LNWR Main Line box not far from the Great Train Robbery location. SOLD FOR
80 Oval cast aluminium Locomotive Builder’s Plate “Andrew Barclay Sons & Co. Ltd. Caledonia Works Kilmarnock No. 2248 1948”. Ex-loco condition. SOLD FOR
81 GNR copper Platform Lamp Top with two “Midville” nameglasses in v.g.c. Complete with all glass panels and an original mounting frog. O/all height lamp and frog is 36in. A former station on the East Lincs ‘New Line’ closed in 1970. SOLD FOR
82 Cast brass Industrial Locomotive Nameplate “Earl Granville”. Ex-loco condition as carried by a diesel electric 0-4-0 which worked at Shelton Steel Works, Etruria, Stoke on Trent. V.g.c. 30.25in. long x 7.5in. at the widest. SOLD FOR
83 Coloured Signal Box Diagram “Sutton on Sea” between Willoughby and Mablethorpe. V.g.c. and in a glazed frame. 37.5×15.25in. The diagram is dated 1941. SOLD FOR
84 NER / LNER wooden cased double line Signal Box Block Instrument in good ex-box condition. SOLD FOR
85 Oval engraved brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Great Northern Railway Co. No. 1451 Makers 1914 Doncaster”. As carried by the J6 Class 0-6-0 No. 3591 / 4240 / 64240. A Hitchin loco in BR days it was w/d Aug. 1960 and cut up at Doncaster. The plate is in v.g.c. nicely face polished only. The back is marked “3591” and “4240”. SOLD FOR
86 Original Painting by the Boston artist Les Perrin depicting ‘A3’ Pacific 4480 “Enterprise” leaving Kings Cross with a train of teak coaches. Oil on board and framed. 31×21.5in. o/all. SOLD FOR
87 Cast iron Street Sign “North Road” 36in. long and in v.g.c. A nice addition to your collection if you are interested in Darlington Loco Works! SOLD FOR
88 GNR large 3 aspect Handlamp brass plated “London & North Eastern Railway Spalding Gds”. Complete with all fittings, integral vessel and all glasses. Restored. SOLD FOR
89 BR(ER) double royal pictorial Poster “East Coast Landmarks Orford Ness near Woodbridge Suffolk”. A view of the lighthouse and sailing vessels by Frank Mason in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
90 Office wooden backed Rubber Ink Stamps relating to closed Lincolnshire stations:- “Horncastle” (2), “Woodhall”, “Woodhall Junction”, “New Bolingbroke & Tumby Woodside”, “Tattershall” and “Dogdyke”. Plus a similar marked “Station Master”. Together with other rubber stamps and brass bulldog clips (qty). SOLD FOR
91 Great Western Railway 3 aspect Handlamp with “Silberlight Faudels London” brass makers plate. Usual “GWR” pin hole marked initials in the floor. Complete with “GWR” vessel, “GWR” porcelain burner, reflector and all glasses. Restored. N/S
92 Great Northern Railway Handbell repaired and restored after being found broken on the abandoned trackbed near Donington-on-Bain Signal Box many years ago. SOLD FOR
93 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “ Normacot”. Ex-station condition with some light scratches and a little loss of shine. A former NSR station between Stoke and Uttoxeter, closed in March 1964. SOLD FOR
94 BR (L.M. Region) quad royal pictorial Poster “London Midland Electrification Forging Ahead” by Greene. Features locomotive E3005 hauling an express passing a Crewe bound electric multiple unit. Very minor edge wear only otherwise v.g.c. with no folds. SOLD FOR
95 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “61A” (Kittybrewster). Unrestored. SOLD FOR
96 Three LNER enamel Armbands all in v.g.c. “Fireman”, “Look-Out” and “Porter”. (3). SOLD FOR
97 LNER, Great Northern pattern cast iron Signal Finial from Boston. Generally weathered and a piece broken from the base box. 30in. tall. SOLD FOR
98 LNER 3 aspect Handlamp brass plated “London & North Eastern Railway Nocton”. V.g.c. and complete with all fittings & glasses. The station between Lincoln and Sleaford closed in 1955. SOLD FOR
99 “LNER Great Ponton” Platform Lamp brass Interior Vessel complete with burner and glass chimney. The station south of Grantham closed in Sept. 1958. SOLD FOR
100 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “69821” as carried by the (GCR) Class 9N 4-6-2T later Class A5 No. 5006, 9821 and 69821 in Feb. 1949. Built at Gorton in Feb. 1923 the loco was one of two class members to be fitted with GWR style A.T.C. Equipment. It was shedded at Neasden, Colwick and Lincoln in BR days, w/d from the latter 5/1960 and cut up at Stratford. The plate is face restored and back bears radius marks and other class numbers. SOLD FOR
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