March 2024 Lots 151-200

Saturday 23rd March 2024
Cedric Ford Pavilion, Newark Showground, Lincoln Rd, NG24 2NY
Viewing from 8.00am on morning of sale – Sale starts 10.00am
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151 Southern Railway enamel Station Target Sign “Godstone”. Minor edge chips otherwise good condition. A former SE&CR station between Redhill and Edenbridge. SOLD FOR
£320
152 Brass cased Track Occupied Banner Repeater by W.R. Sykes I. S. Co. Ltd. London”. Ornately shaped brass back panel and top plate engraved “Track Circuit D”. A heavy instrument in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
£50
153 GNR Somersault Signal Lamp Case with full title brass plate and brass “West Hallam Colliery 2” plate. V.g.c. and restored. SOLD FOR
£100
154 Railway Photographs. Two boxes of postcard size images of locos & trains many pre-group. SOLD FOR
£50
155 LNER cast iron Doorplate “Telegraph Lineman”. A scarce example in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
£720
156 LNER or BRE flangeless enamel Sign “Please have all tickets ready”. Some face and edge chipping but with fine deep colour and shine. On a painted backing board 16x10in. o/all. SOLD FOR
£90
157 LNER 3 aspect Handlamp, GNR pattern stamped “LNER Colk” and bearing a large steel plate “Coaling Plant”. Complete with all fittings and glasses and restored. SOLD FOR
£170
158 Double royal letterpress Poster “GWR LMS LNER SR and London Transport on and from Monday 6th October 1941 all trains serving this station will be 3rd Class only”. V.g.c. with no folds. SOLD FOR
£50
159 Oval cast brass 9×5 Locomotive Works Numberplate “BR-E 60818 Darlington Works 1937”. Ex-loco condition as carried by the Class V2 2-6-2 allocated to Woodford Halse before moving north to St. Margaret’s and Dundee Tay Bridge Depots. It was w/d Aug. 1966 and cut up by Motherwell Machinery & Scrap Co., Wishaw. SOLD FOR
£150
160 Cast brass Locomotive Nameplate “Glenalmond” in restored condition. 51.5in. long with an integral base flange for bolting onto the long splasher of the Great Central Railway B8 Class 4-6-0 No. 4 / 5004 / 1349 built at Gorton in 1913. First of the Class and named after the Scottish home of the GCR Company Chairman Sir Alexander Henderson who later became Lord Faringdon. An Annesley and Colwick engine mainly it was finally w/d from Darnall in Nov. 1947 and cut up at Dukinfield. Only four members of the class were named. SOLD FOR
£7600
161 Great Eastern Railway brass Locomotive Whistle in v.g.c. and nicely polished. 16in. tall. SOLD FOR
£320
162 BR(M) “Special Notices” enamel Sign in its original hardwood frame. V.g.c. 50.75x10in. o/all SOLD FOR
£210
163 BR(W) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Princes Risborough”. Excellent colour and shine, with tiny chip near ‘E’. A former GW&GC Joint Line station north west of High Wycombe. SOLD FOR
£2200
164 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “74A” (Ashford). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£120
165 A Pair of Locomotive Headlamps: A “BR” marked example complete and an unusually marked “SR” example complete except for the red glass in the flip over lens. (2). SOLD FOR
£180
166 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “44567”. Ex-loco condition as carried by the LMS 4F 0-6-0 built at Crewe in 1937. A Gloucester, Skipton and Bury loco in BR days, it was w/d June 1964 and cut up by Ward’s of Killamarsh. SOLD FOR
£340
167 Box of Wagon Plates. SOLD FOR
£80
168 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway cast iron Signal Box Lever Description Plates. In v.g.c. SOLD FOR
£70
169 Fibre Single Line Tablet “Reedness Jn – Crowle Town” in v.g.c. A section of the former Axholme Joint Railway in North Lincs. Closed to passengers in 1933. SOLD FOR
£400
170 Box of oval engraved brass Signal Box Lever Description Plates together with a pair of cast brass frame makers plates “J. Tweedy & Co. Patentees Carlisle”. All in v.g.c. and from the same signal box. SOLD FOR
£230
171 “Built 1958 Swindon” oval cast iron Locomotive Worksplate in ex-loco condition. Engines built that year were Class 9F 2-10-0 Ns. 92184 – 92202, Class 03 DM Nos’ D2004 – 2032 and ‘Warship’ Hydraulics Nos. D800 – 802. SOLD FOR
£150
172 BR(S) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Sittingbourne and Milton Regis” in three lines. Excellent colour and shine. A former SE&CR station renamed Sittingbourne in May 1970, between Chatham and Faversham. One of only three 3 line Southern totems. SOLD FOR
£2100
173 A leather Strap 43in. long displaying GER, MR, LNER, LMS BR(M) Railway Company Horse Brasses, one locomotive brass and two star / crescent face pieces brasses. SOLD FOR
£85
174 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “63C” (Forfar then Oban). Unrestored. SOLD FOR
£120
175 Great Northern & Great Eastern Joint 3 aspect Handlamp. Top is stamped “GN & GER 1” and brass plated “No. 4 Scopwick”. The body stamped “GNR 14331” and plated “GNR Way N”. Complete with GNR vessel, all fittings and glasses. Restored. SOLD FOR
£320
176 Great Eastern Railway octagonal cast iron Bridge Number Plate “1878” from the overbridge near Helpringham on the GN & GE Joint Line. SOLD FOR
£40
177 Southern Railway enamel Station Target Sign “Chard Junction”. A very well restored crease repair so it now looks very good. A former LSWR Main Line Station between Crewkerne and Axminster closed in March 1966. SOLD FOR
£520
178 “L&Y Railway Company” titled cast iron Sign. A crossing notice warning of live electric rails. SOLD FOR
£140
179 Two Signal Box Repeater Instruments: Brass cased “Train In Section / Train Approaching” with “Down Line” ivorine plate. Original wooden support with remains of pre-group luggage label underneath: Plastic cased “Track Occupied / Clear” example with trafolite “T.C. 10323” plate on its steel support plate. (2). SOLD FOR
£50
180 Original artwork painted in gouache by Frank Burridge in sets of six for his well-known series of Dalkeith postcards. All beautifully and accurately painted. This lot comprises six views for the GWR Paddington – Penzance ‘Cornish Riviera’ Set. Each image measures 10.5×6.5in. on art board. SOLD FOR
£270
181 Original artwork painted in gouache by Frank Burridge in sets of six for his well-known series of Dalkeith postcards. All beautifully and accurately painted. This lot comprises six views of the “Flying Scotsman” Locomotive and Train on art paper mounted on stout card. Each image measures 12.5x9in. SOLD FOR
£230
182 Original artwork painted in gouache by Frank Burridge in sets of six for his well-known series of Dalkeith postcards. All beautifully and accurately painted. This lot comprises six views along the Callander and Oban Railway in Caledonian days. Each image measures approx. 7×4.5in on art board. SOLD FOR
£210
183 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Old Dalby”. V.g.c. with fine colour and shine. A former Midland Railway station between Nottingham and Melton Mowbray closed in April 1966. SOLD FOR
£860
184 “Southern” enamel Station Fascia Sign from Okehampton. Minor chips otherwise v.g.c. with good colour and shine. 55x10in. An unusual letter style. SOLD FOR
£220
185 Engraved brass Armband “Outside Porter G.C. & L&NWR No. 1 Stalybridge”. Complete with original but curtailed leather straps. Very special. SOLD FOR
£500
186 BR(M) double royal pictorial Poster “North Wales for Holidays” featuring artwork of Beaumaris Castle by Norman Wilkinson dated 1949. A couple of edge nicks and folds otherwise v.g.c. SOLD FOR
£220
187 BR(E) double sided enamel Station Sign “Gentlemen” with its original wall mounting brackets. Both faces in very good condition with superb colour and shine. 30x12in. SOLD FOR
£240
188 GWR cast brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “5716” as carried by the 0-6-0PT built by the North British Railway Co. in 1929. In BR days it was allocated to Goodwick, West Wales from where withdrawal came in March 1958 followed by cutting up at Swindon. The cabside is in v.g.c. face restored only and polished. SOLD FOR
£460
189 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “64A” (Edinburgh St. Margaret’s). Face restored only a while ago. SOLD FOR
£420
190 Great Eastern Railway octagonal cast iron Bridge Numberplate “1307” from Crook Lane overbridge, Brampton between Buxton Lamas and Aylsham. SOLD FOR
£120
191 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “90545” as carried by the WD 2-8-0 built by Vulcan Foundry (4892 of 1943) and numbered 77076. Allocated to Lille in France it returned to the U.K. and loaned to the LNER and sent to 65A Eastfield then to Langwith Juct and Colwick. W/d in Oct. 1965 it was cut up at Draper’s, Hull. SOLD FOR
£280
192 Framed Prints of paintings by David Shepherd. Personally signed by the artist. Subjects are steam locos at Guildford shed. All in glazed frames with mounts. (4). SOLD FOR
£70
193 Manchester Sheffield & Lincolnshire Railway 3 aspect rotating top Handlamp. The body stamped “MS & LRy”. Complete with GCR vessel all fittings and glasses. Restored. SOLD FOR
£260
194 Brass faced steel Single Line Tablet inscribed “Hedon – Ryehill”. V.g.c. A section of the former NER Hull to Withernsea branch closed in October 1964. SOLD FOR
£210
195 Oval cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Walkers Limited Engineers Maryborough No. 434 1929”. Lightly face restored only. 11.6×6.9in. SOLD FOR
£250
196 An original Painting by Eric Bottomley GRA titled “S&D Days” and depicts LMS Class 7F No. 53808 exiting Chilcompton Tunnel with a southbound freight on the S&DJR. Eric Bottomley is one of the leading transport artists in the U.K. and this is a rare opportunity to acquire a work by him. Oil on canvas and framed 31.5×37.5in. o/all. SOLD FOR
£420
197 “Suid Afrikaanse Spoorwee South African Railways E1644 6EI” cast brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate as carried by the Class 6E 3000V DC 3340hp Electric Locomotive allocated to Beaconsfield (Kimberley) Depot in the Cape Northern Division. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
£75
198 “LNER” fully titled Notice “Beware of Trains look up and down the line before you cross”. Casting No. O21. V.g.c. and nicely face restored. SOLD FOR
£85
199 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “8A” (Liverpool Edge Hill). Face restored only a while ago. SOLD FOR
£75
200 An ornate silver plated six slice Toast Rack from Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s great steamship the SS “Great Britain”. Clearly top marked “The Great Britain” in a semi-circular scroll. A fine item with stem handle, standing on four ball feet and displaying clear silver marks. 6.25in. long x 5.5in. tall o/all. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
£250