May 2019 Lots 251-300

SAT 11th May 2019 – Gartell Light Railway,
Templecombe, Somerset BA8 0NB
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251 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “70A” (Nine Elms). Unrestored and with a mahogany display mount. SOLD FOR
252 “South Eastern & Chatham Railway Inspection Cover” fully titled in cast iron. Ex-Ashford Works and in original condition. 24×14.75in. SOLD FOR
253 City of Portsmouth Passenger Transport (or Tramways) Department No. 195 Staff Cap Badge in nickel with enamelled title scroll. V.g.c. n/s
254 Southern Railway enamel Station Target Sign “Gillingham”. Minor re-touching to the edges. A little mottling to the face and mounted on an original type backing board. A former LSWR station between Templecombe and Salisbury. SOLD FOR
255 Box of Railway Lamps. SOLD FOR
256 Original Painting by Bernard Jones depicting a scene on the S&DJR of a double headed express about to enter Chilcompton Tunnel. Oil on canvas and framed. 22x18in. o/all. SOLD FOR
257 BR(M) nickel and enamel totem Cap Badges by Gaunt. “Guard” and “Ticket Collector” examples in v.g.c. (2). SOLD FOR
258 BR(W) Locomotive Nameplate “Cranbrook Castle” as carried by the 4-6-0 No. 7030 built at Swindon in 1950. An Old Oak Common allocated engine, on 15/5/1962 it was selected to run a high speed train from Paddington to Wolverhampton and return. On the return journey speeds of 103 mph were recorded at Blackthorn nr. Bicester and Denham. Not bad for a loco taken out of store! The engine was w/d in Feb. 1963 and sent to King’s of Norwich for scrapping. The plate is in fine condition, cleaned otherwise ex-loco. (See next lot). n/s
259 Cast brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “7030” as carried by “Cranbrook Castle”. Cleaned otherwise ex-loco. n/s
260 BR(SR) double royal pictorial Poster “Our Heritage See Britain by Train” featuring Knole House (Sevenoaks) and a large image of a lady in Elizabethan costume. Laid on linen. n/s
261 Midland Railway official Pocket Guide. 137pp. plus folding map pubd. 1895. Light foxing to covers otherwise v.g.c. SOLD FOR
262 A brass Signal Box Plunger engraved “Downside East”. Ex-Fratton box, Portsmouth. Lacks the actual plunger. SOLD FOR
263 Barry Railway 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “BR Co” top and body and with original “BR Co.” marked vessel. Complete with glasses and all fittings minus reflector. V.g.c. and unrestored. SOLD FOR
264 Cast aluminium Diesel Locomotive Worksplate “Brush Sulzer No. 554 1964”. Restored both sides. As carried by the BR Class 47 No. 47311 formerly D1792. SOLD FOR
265 London & South Western Railway glazed stoneware Water Jug by Doulton of Lambeth. The body inscribed “L&SWR” and decorated with embossed drinking scenes. Small chips to spout and rim. 8.5in. tall. SOLD FOR
266 Double sided enamel Sign “RAC Agent”. Chips mainly to screwholes. Very good colour and shine. 18x18in. SOLD FOR
267 “LSWR Improvements at Salisbury” rolled linen Plan of trackwork etc. Includes Horse & Carriage Dock, Excursion Platform, Transfer Platform, East Sig. Box etc. Dated Nov. 1899. Fair condition. 78x29in. SOLD FOR
268 Bronze Single Line Tablet inscribed “Gunnislake – Callington 18”. V.g.c. A section of the former Plymouth, Devonport and South West Junction Railway closed in Nov. 1966. SOLD FOR
269 A galvanised Water Churn with lid and with painted inscription “BR(W) Drinking Water Sampford Courtney (Devon) 3 Railway Cottages”. V.g.c. 20in. tall o/all. The LSWR station here north east of Okehampton closed in June 1972. SOLD FOR
270 Pair of Pullman Coupe brass Wall Lamps complete with cast glass Deco flower head shades and bulbs. (2). SOLD FOR
271 Four Pullman brass Ceiling Light Fittings each with cast glass Deco flower head shades and bulb holders. (4). SOLD FOR
272 Diamond cast brass Locomotive Worksplate “North British Locomotive Company Ltd. Glasgow 1953 No. 26890”. Face lightly polished only. SOLD FOR
273 Plymouth Devonport & South Western Junction Railway 4 aspect Handlamp, LSWR pattern. The body stamped “P.D. & S.W.J.Ry”, “L&SWR 3379” and “Bere Alston”. The top brass plated “E” and “4”. Complete with LSWR vessel, all fittings and glasses and unrestored. A very scarce lamp with the early company marking. SOLD FOR
274 “Southern Railway Beware of Trains” cast iron Notice, LSWR pattern. Fine ex-lineside condition. SOLD FOR
275 BR(S) fully flanged enamel Station Doorplate “Parcels and Left Luggage”. One small re-touched chip to lower right edge / flange otherwise fine condition. SOLD FOR
276 (GWR) cast brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “3404” as carried by the 0-6-0PT built by the Yorkshire Engine Co. in 1956. One of only 10 34XX Panniers. A Cardiff loco all of its brief life w/d in July 1962 and cut up at Swindon. n/s
277 Aluminium Single Line Key Token inscribed “Whitstone & Bridgerule – Bude” with a replacement key end. Most original blue paint remains. The final section of the former LSWR branch from Halwill Junction. Closed in Oct. 1966. SOLD FOR
278 Pressed aluminium Road Sign “Road Narrows”. Good ex-roadside condition. SOLD FOR
279 London Brighton & South Coast Railway 3 aspect Handlamp plated top and body “Ashurst Junc. Signal Box Fogmen”. Body has large oval brass LBSCR full title brass plate and the top also has a brass “B” disc. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Unrestored. SOLD FOR
280 “South Eastern Railway Deal Hotel” silver plated One Pint Tankard by Walker & Hall. face inscribed with the full title in a large belted garter. Superb. SOLD FOR
281 BR(S) WTT Passenger, Milk & Freights Train Somerset & Dorset Line June 18th. 1951. 45pp. Front cover lightly soiled otherwise v.g.c. SOLD FOR
282 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “86B” (Newport Pill then Ebbw Junction). n/s
283 Southern Railway enamel Station Target Sign “Eynsford”. One edge and two corner chips only. Grubby ex-station condition. SOLD FOR
284 SR Marine silver plated Table Menu Holder. Face inscribed with the “Southern Ry” scroll and house flag. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
285 SR Marine silver plated Cream / Milk Jug. Face inscribed with the “Southern Ry” scroll and hose flag. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
286 SR Marine silver plated Toast Rack. Inscribed with the “Southern Ry” scroll and house flag. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
287 Three copper Plates engraved with SR insignia: “Southern Ry” scroll and house flag; “Southern Ry.” scroll with earlier house flag bearing the SR arms; “Southern Railway” in a belted garter. Interesting trio each approx. 3.5×2.5in. (3). SOLD FOR
288 Southern Railway Marine china Chamber Pot nicely displaying the title scroll and house flag. V.g.c. Ex-camping coach at Hinton Admiral near Christchurch. SOLD FOR
289 Great Western Railway Carbide Handlamp clearly marked “GWR” on the handle support. Complete and in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
290 “Pride of Kent” engraved brass Nameplate with red wax infill to the lettering. Original condition. 20.75×3.5in. Perhaps from a traction engine, steam roller or ship. SOLD FOR
291 GWR untitled enamel Notice “Season Tickets must be shewn here”. Some restored chipping and a small corner loss. Very good colour and shine. 12x10in. SOLD FOR
292 BR(W) cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “8468” as carried by the 0-6-0PT. built by the Yorkshire Engine Co. in 1951. A Tyseley loco it was w/d in May 1960 and cut up at Caerphilly Works. The plate is face restored only and on the back in original paint is “5221” which was a 2-8-0T w/d from Neath in Oct. 1963 and cut up at Cohen’s, Morriston, Swansea. Presumably 8468’s numberplate was reversed and re-used on the 2-8-0 following withdrawal of the Pannier Tank. Most unusual two locos for the price of one! SOLD FOR
293 London Underground enamel Station Target Centre Namesign “Gloucester Road”. V.g.c. 46.5x7in. SOLD FOR
294 GWR Platform Lamp Vessel marked with the company initials. Complete with burner and brandy glass globe. SOLD FOR
295 Miscellaneous Ephemera BR(S) West Country Interest: Two handbills 1948 / 50 in a glazed clip frame, twenty handbills 1956 – 63 period and ten small timetables 1948 – 64 period. All in v.g.c. (32). SOLD FOR
296 SR Signal Lamp with metal plate “Ottery St. Mary” in v.g.c. A station on the Sidmouth branch closed in 1967. SOLD FOR
297 LB & SCR Guard’s 15 jewel Pocket Watch by the American Waltham Watch Co. The underside cover inscribed “London Brighton & South Coast Railway 933”. V.g.c. and in working order. SOLD FOR
298 L&SWR Co. cast iron Boundary Post. Restored a while ago. SOLD FOR
299 BR(W) fully flanged enamel Station Sign “Gentlemen”. Ex-Torquay and overpainted black and white to match the totems at this station. Paintwork flaking off to reveal original brown and cream colour. 36x18in. SOLD FOR
300 London Transport double royal pictorial Poster, “Travel by Underground. See them in London’s Country”. Lovely artwork by D. Mullock depicting many wild flowers to be seen. The poster is dated for Jan. 1929 and has a bit of nibbling to the bottom edge and a make up piece replacing the top border. A charming image in a glazed frame. SOLD FOR
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