May 2018 Lots 251-300

SAT 12th May 2018 -Gartell Light Railway, Common Ln,
Yenston, Templecombe BA8 0NB
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251 Southern Railway 24 page Booklet with soft covers titled “How to see the Isle of Wight” July to Sept. 1939. Shows train services, island map, tours, ticket info. etc. Good condition. SOLD FOR
252 “Southern Railway” fully titled cast iron Weak Bridge Notice. “To Owners and Drivers of Locomotives etc.” Fine original condition. SOLD FOR
253 LB&SCR 3 aspect Handlamp stamped with company initials in top and body. Body also has two plates: Copper “L&W Dept. Longhedge” (Loco & Works) and brass “London Brighton and South Coast Railway Company” Complete with all fittings and glasses, top handle bound with plastic wire. Restored. Longhedge was near Stewarts Lane. SOLD FOR
254 Original Painting by Joe Townend, GRA. depicting ‘Schools’ Class No. 30908 “Westminster” on shed at Bournemouth. Oil on canvas. Unframed. 24x20in. SOLD FOR
255 Southern Railway enamel Station Target Sign “Christs Hospital”. Small amount of re-touching, mainly to three screwholes. Very good colour and shine. Mounted on a thin board. A former LB&SCR station south west of Horsham. SOLD FOR
256 London & South Western Railway mahogany cased Signal Box Wall Telephone with brass bell, two separate ear pieces on brass hooks and other brass fittings. Three enamel face plates “To Call Exchange / Challenge Before Calling / For Code Ringing”. Fine condition throughout and complete with braided wire. SOLD FOR
257 A pair of General Purpose Handlamps for restoration. Midland Railway and Southern Railway examples. (2). SOLD FOR
258 “Southern Railway Suburban Map of System” Carriage Panel. Small scuff below Hinchley Wood otherwise v.g.c. and in a glazed frame. SOLD FOR
259 BR(W) aluminium Single Line Key Token inscribed “Evercreech Jcn. North – West Pennard”. Fine ex-service condition with substantial remains of original red paint. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
260 Southern Railway cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “34044” as carried by the ‘West Country’ Class Pacific named “Woolacombe”. A Bournemouth engine for many years it was a regular performer over the Somerset & Dorset Line to Bath. It was w/d from Bournemouth in May 1967 and cut up at Cashmores, Newport. The Smokebox plate is in fine ex-loco condition, with a very sooty back apart from the exposure of the “BR(S)” Eastleigh casting mark. (See next lot). SOLD FOR
261 Smokebox Door Handle ex-West Country Class Pacific Loco “Woolacombe”. Nicely painted “34044”. SOLD FOR
262 “The Royal Wessex” painted wooden Carriage Board in good ex-service condition 132in. long. A Waterloo – Bournemouth – Weymouth train which ran between 1951 and 1967, usually Bulleid Pacific hauled. SOLD FOR
263 BR(S) enamel Direction Sign “British Railways Salisbury Station first right under bridge” with directional arrow. V.g.c. 57x27in. SOLD FOR
264 Southern Railway brass cased Signal Box Repeater lettered “S. Rly. On / Wrong / Off” with freely pivoting arrow. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
265 “LMS Station” enamel Lamp Tablet. One tiny edge chip o/wise superb condition. 17×4.5in. SOLD FOR
266 LSWR cast iron Milepost Top “166”. Unrestored. SOLD FOR
267 Devon General Omnibus Company hand painted aluminium Tour Board “Princetown and Plymouth across Dartmoor with views of the famous prison etc.” Good condition. 30x20in. SOLD FOR
268 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “84A” (Wolverhampton, Stafford Road then and more likely Plymouth Laira). A part restored plate with smaller numerals. SOLD FOR
269 “BR Southern Region – Western Section Numbers & Classes of Engines 1st. Jan. 1960” so titled Broad Sheet listing all locos, numbers, builders plus other information. An interesting document in good condition. 32.5×18.25in. SOLD FOR
270 BR(S) enamel Station Fascia Sign in three sections. “Southern” (in a totem), “Caterham” and “Station”. Each section 105.5inx12in. Very minor edge chips and some light scratches. Fine colour and shine. A former SE&CR terminus station of the Caterham Railway. SOLD FOR
271 Great Western Railway untitled cast iron Gate Notice. Face restored only a while ago. SOLD FOR
272 BR Western Region cast iron Signal Finial for tubular posts. Clearly embossed “BRWR” and with casting number. Nicely restored. 22.75in. tall. SOLD FOR
273 London Transport Loco / Train Headlamp. Embossed “L.T.” and with brass plate “St. James Park”. Complete with original vessel, all fittings and glasses. Ex-service condition. A former District Railway station between Victoria and Westminster. SOLD FOR
274 Carriage Print “London Marble Arch” by A.J. Wilson from the Western Region series. V.g.c. and in an original glazed frame with “Ex-Composite Corridor Coach W15059W” written on the back board. SOLD FOR
275 A folding Cut Throat Razor, the blade inscribed “G. Pickard Hairdressing Saloon Victoria Station LB & SC Ry.” In its original case. An astonishing survivor in v.g.c. Please take care when viewing! SOLD FOR
276 London & South Western Railway mahogany cased roundhead Wall Clock. The 8in. dial written “L.S.W.R. 5002”. Back of the dial is pencilled “John Walker 5002”. A fine wire driven fusee movement in brass plates with turned pillars. Back box stamped “2459 SW” scratched through and written “5002 SW”. Working order with pendulum and key. Ex-Acton Lane, Gunnersbury Signal Box and Lymington Junction Signal Box, Brockenhurst. SOLD FOR
277 GWR engraved brass Signal Box Shelf Plate “From Curry Rivell Junction Box”. V.g.c. 4.75×1.5in. A Somerset location between Langport and Athelney. SOLD FOR
278 “Telephone” double sided enamel Sign on its original galvanised wall bracket. Unrestored with small enamel chips. Would clean up really well. SOLD FOR
279 Box of ‘D’ Wagon Plates. SOLD FOR
280 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “88E” (Abercynon). Unrestored. SOLD FOR
281 “GWR Caution Do Not Touch Electric Wires”. Face restored. 12×5.5in. SOLD FOR
282 “Southern Railway Golfing Society” hallmarked silver miniature Rose Bowl also inscribed “The Baring Cup 1935 won by C.W. Collings”. Superb trophy 3.5in. dia. Probably a smaller version of the actual trophy which the winner would retain in perpetuity. SOLD FOR
283 “Weston, Clevedon & Portishead Railway Time Table Monday July 3rd. 1933”. In a glazed frame 26.5x19in. o/all. A scarce survivor from this railway which closed in May 1940. Very good condition. SOLD FOR
284 South Eastern & Chatham Railway double royal pictorial Poster advertising “Cook’s Conducted Tours to South of France etc., Egypt, the Nile, Syria, Palestine etc.” via Dover & Calais / via Folkestone & Boulogne. A very scarce poster dated 1900 in superb condition laid on conservation paper. n/s
285 S&DJR 3 aspect Handlamp. Body stamped “S&DJR” and with matching oval brass plates to top and body “Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway 322”. Large brass plate to body “P.Way Inspector Jones Edington Junc.” Complete with all fittings and glasses and unrestored. SOLD FOR
286 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “72A” (Exmouth Junction). “BR(S)” Eastleigh triangle to back. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
287 “GWR Signal Dept. Frome” large metal Flare Lamp complete with chained cap and wick. 17in. long. Unrestored. n/s
288 Box of Railway Lamps. SOLD FOR
289 BR(S) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “North Camp”. Very good as removed condition. A former LSWR station near Aldershot. SOLD FOR
290 A GWR mahogany cased Signal Box Telephone Unit with top mounted nickel bell, bakelite handset and inset ivorine numbers to the face with selector knob. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
291 The Railway Executive small enamel Trespass Notice as displayed in booking halls etc. A scarce transitional sign in Southern Railway Green. V.g.c. 5x4in. SOLD FOR
292 Pre-grouping Railway Carriage Roof Pot Lamp bearing two brass plates “T.C.J. Thomas Patent No. 14136” and “Ridsdale’s Railway Lamp and Lighting Company Limited Minories, London”. Brass collar is also inscribed with Ridsdales details. A fine lamp in unrestored condition. Ridsdales were known suppliers of lamps to the LB & SCR. SOLD FOR
293 Great Western Railway enamel Sign “To Ireland by the New Fishguard Route”. Shows a map of Southern Ireland and England South of Manchester with GWR Rail Routes. Some well executed restoration and presents very well. In a wooden frame 53.5x39in. o/all. SOLD FOR
294 An original Painting depicting an 0-6-0 Tank Locomotive in ‘Southern’ livery with driver alongside in a loco shed. A very competent and pleasing image. Oil on board and unsigned. 24x16in. o/all frame. n/s
295 “Brighton Corporation Tramways 1901 Inspector 2” cast brass Sleeve or Bandolier Badge incorporating the town arms. A very scarce badge. Unrestored. 2.5in. diam. SOLD FOR
296 Isle of Wight Railway Refreshment Department silver plated Dessert Spoon by George Richmond Collis & Co. 1873 – 1888. The handle crisply marked “I of W Ry. Reft. Dept.” A superb, scarce item. SOLD FOR
297 East Kent Railway Second World War Service Lapel Badge. A small dent to the face and the rear button hole lug has been re-soldered. A scarce badge nevertheless. SOLD FOR
298 Highland Railway 3 aspect Handlamp with brass plates “Bilbster Station HR”, “HR” and “J. Ratcliff & Sons Makers Birmingham”. An attractive lamp complete with all fittings and glasses and plenty of brass and copper to polish. SOLD FOR
299 Enamel Sign “Great Western Railway Safety First Speed Not to Exceed 4 miles per hour by order”. Some well executed restoration and re-painting but a very scarce sign “From the wall by the entrance to South Lambeth Goods Depot” (written on back). 30x18in. SOLD FOR
300 Southern Railway Bulleid Pacific Locomotive Headlamp in brass with bullseye lens and toggle switch to side. Complete with bulb holder inside. Ex-Merchant Navy’ Class No. 35024 “East Asiatic Company”. SOLD FOR

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