March 2023 Lots 251-300

SAT 18th March 2023 – Cedric Ford Pavilion,
Newark Showground, Lincoln Rd, Notts NG24 2NY
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251 Box of Wagon Plates. SOLD FOR
252 BR(Sc) fully flanged enamel Station Doorplate “Waiting Room”. One small chip to top edge otherwise v.g.c. SOLD FOR
253 “GNR Sleaford” brass plated leather Cash Bag in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
254 Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “73004” as carried by the BR Standard Class 5 built at Derby in June 1951 and allocated to Leicester followed by Millhouses, Willesden and withdrawal from Bolton in Oct. 1967 and cutting up at Cashmore’s, Newport. SOLD FOR
255 BR(S) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Maidstone East”. Something has dribbled between the two words otherwise excellent condition. A former LC&DR station. n/s
256 Very early Great Western Railway Reform Patent 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “GWR” and “176” and plated “The Reform Lighting London – Patent”. Complete with correct vessel, “GWR” burner, all fittings and glasses and restored. SOLD FOR
257 LNER quad royal pictorial Poster “East Coast”. The classic image of the bays around Scarborough and Whitby by Frank H. Mason. Some loss to the lower right corner otherwise folds. SOLD FOR
258 Cheshire Lines Committee mahogany cased Signal Box non-pegging Block Instrument. The needle dial is lettered “CLC” & the cabinet is marked “MR Co” several times. SOLD FOR
259 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “40F” (Boston). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
260 Londonderry Railway untitled early cast iron “Notice all persons trespassing on these premises will be prosecuted”. 24×10.5in with fixing lugs top and bottom. Restored. This company operated between Seaham and Sunderland, opened in 1854 and was absorbed by the North Eastern Railway in July 1900. SOLD FOR
261 LNER, GNR pattern 3 aspect Handlamp. Top and body are stamped “LNER 1528” and has a brass plate “London & North Eastern Railway Boston Gds”. Complete with all fittings and glasses and restored. SOLD FOR
262 BR Midland Region Nameplate Badge. A replica in fibreglass of the one carried by the ‘Peak’ Class 45DE Loco No. D53 / 45041 “Royal Tank Regiment”. This is one of the badges as displayed in the Derby Works Foreman’s Mess Room. (See also Lots 235 and 534). SOLD FOR
263 North Eastern Railway “General Office” enamel Station Doorplate. A couple of small edge chips otherwise v.g.c. SOLD FOR
264 LMS Home Guard Second World War ARP Helmet in original condition with “H G LMS” across the front. Complete with leather lined internal crown and canvas chin strap. (See also lot nos. 131 and 422). SOLD FOR
265 Box containing Miscellaneous Spare Signal Box Instrument Cases. GER types noted. Must be of great use to someone! SOLD FOR
266 “Guy Motors Limited” cast brass Commercial Vehicle Plate incorporating the well- known American Indian Chief device. An attractive plate face polished only. 9x5in. o/all. SOLD FOR
267 “L&NWR Co. 9” oval cast iron Bridge Numberplate. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
268 Oval cast brass LNER ‘9×5’ Locomotive Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway 9171 N. B. Loco Co. 1919”. Face restored only as carried by the ex-NBR N15 Class 0-6-2T. shedded at Parkhead and Eastfield. It was w/d June 1960 and cut up at Cowlairs. n/s
269 A large wooden handled Office Stamp. The substantial brass head lettered “Caledonian Railway Transhipped at Granton”. V.g.c. 5.2in. tall. The head 2.25×1.75in. SOLD FOR
270 Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “46251”. As carried by the Stanier ‘Duchess’ Class Pacific “City of Nottingham” built at Crewe in 1944. A Camden, Kingmoor and Crewe North engine, it was w/d in Oct. 1964 and cut up at Cashmore’s, Great Bridge. SOLD FOR
271 Carriage Print “Saffron Walden, Essex” by F. W. Baldwin from the 1948 – 55 Series. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
272 An “Intercity” double sided illuminated Sign with metal suspension rods and ceiling mounting plates. Wired with test label dated Dec. 2021 but requires a plug to complete. 26in. tall o/all, the box sign measures 23x9in. SOLD FOR
273 LNER cast iron Doorplate “Station Master” paint removed and raised areas lightly polished. SOLD FOR
274 BR(S) quad royal pictorial Poster of Clapham Junction by Terence Cuneo. A proof copy without text. An impressive image with steam, diesel and electric locos / trains on view. Edge tear. SOLD FOR
275 Great Northern Railway pewter Inkwell. “GNR” cartouche to the face. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
276 Great Eastern Railway 3 aspect sliding knob fluted top Handlamp with back handle intact. Stamped “GER Stratford Mkt. 19”. Complete with all fittings and glasses and restored. SOLD FOR
277 BR(LMR) Track Diagram for the Erewash Valley Line (Trent – Clay Cross), Ilkeston Junction & Cossall and NCB Cossall Colliery. Dated Dec. 1962 and in a glazed frame. 44.25×8.75in. SOLD FOR
278 BR(E) half flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Gedling”. Flange wear but very good colour and shine. A former GNR station on the Nottingham ‘Back Line’ between Netherfield and Daybrook closed in April 1960. SOLD FOR
279 Great Northern Railway leather bound Album containing sepia photographs of the company’s wagons with annotation. Thirty linen pages with approx.. 150 official photos of their wagon stock with fine clarity and detail. Dated 19th Oct. 1903. Gilt tooled covers a little worn but the content pages very good. Measures 21x19in. SOLD FOR
280 Cast aluminium Locomotive Nameplate “Ballymoss” as carried by the English Electric Type 5 Class 55 ‘Deltic’ built by EE / Vulcan Foundry and into traffic Nov. 1961 as No. D9018 and allocated to Finsbury Park. It was re-numbered 55018 in Feb. 1974. After an illustrious career on the East Coast Main Line it was w/d from York in Oct. 1981 and cut up by BREL Doncaster in Jan 1982. The nameplate, one of eight racehorses in the class of 22 locomotives is lightly cleaned only and 44in. long and is accompanied by all the original purchase and sale documentation. SOLD FOR
281 Original Painting by Robert Nixon depicting blue LNER ‘A4’ “Mallard” at speed with dynamometer car train. In a glazed frame with mount and ready to hang. 21×18.25in. o/all. SOLD FOR
282 Great Central Railway miniature 3 aspect sliding knobs Handlamp stamped “GCR” in body, aspect drum and vessel. Complete with all fittings and glasses. The bullseye lens damaged. Unrestored. SOLD FOR
283 Railway Executive double royal letterpress Poster “Ivatt Atlantic Special Kings Cross to Doncaster hauled by the last Ivatt Atlantic No. 62822 on her last journey to Doncaster for breaking up”. V.g.c. and complete with “Sold Out” overlabel. SOLD FOR
284 LNER cast iron Station Seat Back Nameplate “Newark”. From the Northgate Station. Ex-station condition. 25.75in. long. SOLD FOR
285 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “18A” (Toton). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
286 “Great Eastern Railway” fully titled small cast iron Bridge Notice. Unrestored. SOLD FOR
287 Cheshire Lines Committee miniature 3 aspect Sliding Knobs Handlamp stamped “CLC 3 GE 16” and brass plated “Cheshire Lines Barrow”. (Between Chester and Delamere). Complete with all fittings and glasses including bullseye lens. V.g.c. and unrestored. SOLD FOR
288 Two chromed cast brass Signal Box Instrument Plates relating to Charing Cross: “Ch. X. North” and “Ch. X. South”. Each is 4×1.75in. (2). SOLD FOR
289 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “71A” (Eastleigh). “BR(S)” Eastleigh triangle to the back. Face restored only a while ago. n/s
290 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station Direction Sign “British Railways (in totem) Melton Mowbray Town Station” with left pointing arrow. A few restored chips. Good colour and shine. 28x13in. SOLD FOR
291 A fine Limited Edition pencil drawing Print by J. Richley depicting SR West Country Pacific “Yeovil” during the 1948 locomotive exchanges. This print no. 58 /250 personally signed by the artist and “Bert Hooker Engineman Nine Elms S.R.” In a glazed frame with card mount. 21×16.75in. o/all. Ready to hang. n/s
292 Cast iron Wagon Plate “J. Summers & Sons Ld. Owners Shotton”. V.g.c. and unrestored. 10.4×6.4in. SOLD FOR
293 Cast brass Industrial Locomotive Nameplate “Stanton No. 36”. As carried by an 0-4-0DH built by North British Loco Co. which worked at Stanton & Staveley Iron Works, Ilkeston. V.G.C. 30.75in. long. SOLD FOR
294 District Railway Pocket Watch. The enamelled dial is lettered “District Railway Lancashire Watch Co. Ltd. London & Prescot. The maker also engraved on the movement. The case back is inscribed “District Railway 116”. Visually superb condition but the movement is overwound and requires attention. SOLD FOR
295 GNR Pocket Watch by Stockall Marples & Co. Ltd. Their name showing on the enamelled dial and engraved in the movement. The case back is inscribed “Great Northern Railway 71” a little rubbed but perfectly legible. A fine watch in v.g.c. and working order. SOLD FOR
296 LMS 3 aspect LNWR pattern Inspector’s Handlamp steel plated “LMS Chg Dept. Knighton”. A nice unrestored example from this Central Wales Line location complete with all original fittings and glasses. SOLD FOR
297 Carriage Print “Beccles, Suffolk” by F.W. Baldwin from the 1948 – 55 series. V.g.c. and in an original glazed frame. SOLD FOR
298 “London & North Western Railway St. Helens Canal” fully titled cast iron Notice warning captains of vessels using the canal not to leave drawbridges open etc. etc. A very scarce sign. Face restored. 25.75×16.9in. One other example resides in the glass museum at St. Helens. SOLD FOR
299 LNER cast iron Doorplate “Shunters”. Paint removed and raised areas lightly polished. SOLD FOR
300 Oval cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Andrew Barclay Sons & Co. Limited Caledonia Works Kilmarnock No. 1978 1929”. As carried by an 0-4-0ST at Parkgate Iron & Steel Co. Rotherham. Face restored only. 16.75×11.75in. SOLD FOR