May 2019 Lots 351-400

SAT 11th May 2019 – Gartell Light Railway,
Templecombe, Somerset BA8 0NB
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351 E5000 Electric Locomotive Foot Pump and Power Handle. The former with brass plate and pedal lettered “Dunlop Giant Foot Pump” complete with piping. V.g.c. (2). SOLD FOR
352 GWR fully titled enamel Trespass Notice retaining a fine blue background colour. Some chip restoration but a nice example in a wooden frame. 32.5×24.5in. overall. SOLD FOR
353 Southern Railway enamel Station Running In Sign “Wellow” from the S&DJR station between Midford and Radstock, closed in March 1966. Some re-touching to chips but with very good colour and shine. 96x12in. SOLD FOR
354 354* London Brighton & South Coast Railway General Purpose Handlamp plated “Partridge Green” and “Arthur J. Poole Manufacturers 25 Pershore St. Birmingham”. Complete with original “LBSCR” vessel with rape oil burner and all glasses (front cracked). Unrestored. Label inside reads “Southern Railway Museum” with ref. no. A fine scarce lamp as original as you would like to find. SOLD FOR
355 GWR cast iron Lion’s Head Decoration from a station canopy. The head covered in gold leaf. 25x16in. Very few GWR stations were adorned with these embellishments so this is a rare opportunity. SOLD FOR
356 Replacement Lot. GWR Voltmeter and another brass cased example. SOLD FOR
357 GPO pictorial Poster “This is Polruan correct address Polruan, Fowey, Cornwall. Please use your correct address”. Pleasing artwork of the fishing village by David Knight. V.g.c. and laid on linen. Image measures 36x29in. SOLD FOR
358 BR(W) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Keynsham & Somerdale”. Two bent wings have been well restored resulting in full restoration to the face so the totem looks very good. The Bristol station was re-named just “Keynsham” in 1974. SOLD FOR
359 “Southern Railway” full title enamel Station Fascia Sign in four sections each measuring 79.75in, 70in, 76in and 85.5in. All 20.75in. high. Very impressive indeed nearly 26 feet in total length! The lettering in ‘Sunshine’ style. Restoration throughout the sections but with very good colour and shine. SOLD FOR
360 Box of Railway Lamps. SOLD FOR
361 LSWR official Publication “Illustrated Guide & List of Hotels, Boarding Houses, Seaside & Farmhouse Apartments”. 260pp. pubd. 1906. Fairly good condition. n/s
362 Great Western Railway Horse Carriage Roof Lamp with large brass plate “GWR Return to Lambourn 8”. V.g.c. and complete with “GWR” brass burner and glass globe. The Lambourn Valley Line closed in Jan. 1960. SOLD FOR
363 LB & SCR 2nd. Class Surburban leather Free Pass for 1907 stamped “Specimen” together with an unused L&SWR 3rd. Class Free Pass. Both in v.g.c. (2). SOLD FOR
364 GWR cast iron Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “5240”. Ex-loco condition. As carried by the 2-8-0T introduced in 1923. A South Wales loco w/d from Aberdare in Feb. 1964 and cut up by Hayes, Bridgend. SOLD FOR
365 SR Marine glass Tumbler nicely face etched with the “Southern Ry” scroll and house flag. 4in. tall. SOLD FOR
366 Steel ‘One Engine in Steam’ Staff with Annett’s key and large brass plate “Merstone Whitwell”. V.g.c. 18.25in. long. A section of the former Isle of Wight Central Railway the stations closed in 1956 and 1952 respectively. A rare survivor indeed. SOLD FOR
367 London South Western Railway silver plated Items: A tea / coffee spoon and a pair of sugar tongs both by Walker & Hall and face inscribed “L&SWR” in script. V.g.c. (2). SOLD FOR
368 Great Western Railway ‘Ganger’s Occupation’ Instrument. The cast iron face plate lettered “GWR Signal Dept” and eight lines of instruction for use. Fine condition as the initial “G” was often ground off. The back panel is also inscribed “GWR”. Restored. SOLD FOR
369 Corris Railway Ventilator from the roof of Company Coach No. 2. Cast into it are “W.S. Laycock Sheffield” and “Improved Torpedo Patent”. V.g.c. and restored. The railway opened in 1859, was absorbed by the GWR in 1930 and closed in 1931. SOLD FOR
370 Central London Railway large 3 aspect copper top Handlamp with brass side pocket and slide in brass plate “Kingsbury”. Complete with its original large copper vessel, all fittings and glasses. Restored. SOLD FOR
371 GWR post grouping cast iron Doorplate “Private” in good original condition. SOLD FOR
372 Southern Railway fully titled painted wooden Bill Posters Sign in its frame. Good original condition. SOLD FOR
373 Luggage Labels from the Somerset Central Rly., Somerset & Dorset Rly., LSWR and SR to S&D stations. (147). SOLD FOR
374 Luggage Labels: Misc. selection to include Barry Rly, GWR, LMS, LSWR, SR, etc. (295) SOLD FOR
375 Luggage Labels: Misc. selection to West Country locations to include B&ER, CR, GWR, MSWJR, S&D, SDR, WCR. (132). SOLD FOR
376 Luggage Labels: LSWR to a variety of destinations including coloured examples. (324). SOLD FOR
377 “South Eastern & Chatham Railway” enamel Poster Board Header. Edge and screwhole chips but with good colour and shine. 41.5in. long. SOLD FOR
378 Midland & South Western Junction Railway ‘cushion’ shaped enamel Bridge Numberplate “144”. Survivors are often in very poor condition requiring the level of restoration this example has. SOLD FOR
379 London Chatham & Dover Railway 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “LCDR 1516 / LCDR 1343”. Brass plate to body “S.R.A. G2105”. Complete with large Ashford vessel, all fittings and glasses. Restored. SOLD FOR
380 “West London Railway” Policeman’s wooden Truncheon. Lavishly decorated and in v.g.c. with minor scuffs. 17.5in. in a canvas sleeve to protect. The WLR operated a line from appropriately Wormwood Scrubs to Kensington opened in 1840. It was transferred to the GWR & LNWR in 1850. SOLD FOR
381 Great Western Railway brass cased Drum Clock. The enamelled dial lettered “G.W.R. Kay & Co. Paris”. Movement and case bear “3204” matching numbers. Complete with feet and ring handle. V.g.c. and working order. SOLD FOR
382 SR or BR(S) nickel and enamel “Steward 16” Marine Workers Cap Badge in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
383 Southern Railway Locomotive Headlamp with brass plate to chimney “S.R.A. G1368”. Complete with original vessel, all fittings and glasses. Restored. SOLD FOR
384 BR(S) fully flanged enamel “Private” Doorplate ex-Merstham station. SOLD FOR
385 London & South Western Railway Handbell ex-Axminster station. Nicely inscribed “L.S.W.R” and complete with clapper. V.g.c. Impressive at 17in. tall overall. SOLD FOR
386 Southern Railway brass cased Pressure Gauge by the Westinghouse Brake & Signal Co. London. The dial graduated to 150 p.s.i. V.g.c. throughout. SOLD FOR
387 GWR enamel Station Lamp Post Tablet “Dorchester”. Loss of shine and corrosion losses to top flange. 20.8in. long. SOLD FOR
388 Cast aluminium Road Sign “Dual Carriageway” with sheet metal backing. V.g.c. and complete with all reflective glass beads. 36x18in. SOLD FOR
389 Box of Miscellaneous Items including Railway Police manuals, belt, notebooks, sundry items and small items of GWR hardware. Worth a delve! SOLD FOR
390 “Golden Arrow / Night Ferry Paris Day & Night Services from Victoria station, London by British Railways” laminated Carriage Panel by Bromfield. In a painted wooden frame 26.5x11in. o/all. SOLD FOR
391 “Golden Arrow” and “Fleche D’Or” painted fully flanged metal Fascia Panels / Carriage Boards each 80×7 in. and incorporating the famous gold arrows. V.g.c. and a very fine pair. SOLD FOR
392 A Pair of Union Jack and French Tricolour Flags sleeved over metal rods fixed to a mounting plate as carried above the locomotive buffer beam on the ‘Golden Arrow’ Pullman. The flags are worn but assembly is a scarce survivor from the steam hauled service. SOLD FOR
393 BR(SR) double royal Poster “The Golden Arrow” featuring fine artwork by Barber of the ‘Britannia’ hauled Pullman train above the London – Paris – London timetable. V.g.c. with no folds and laid on linen. SOLD FOR
394 A hardwood Arrow on a steel backing as fitted to the smokebox deflectors of Britannia and rebuilt SR Pacifics on the ‘Golden Arrow’ service. Some minor losses otherwise v.g.c. 59in. long. SOLD FOR
395 London Brighton & South Coast Railway Bi-Lingual Carriage Interior enamel Notice regarding the alarm signal and use of the emergency chain. Edge wear and small corner loss. 10.25×2.75in. n/s
396 (GWR) cast brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “8444” as carried by the 0-6-0PT built in 1954 by W.G. Bagnall Ltd. Stafford. A South Wales loco w/d from Aberbeeg in July 1963 and cut up at Swindon. n/s
397 “Southern Railway Smoking Strictly Prohibited” enamel Notice in v.g.c. 16.5x12in. SOLD FOR
398 Great Western Railway cast iron Doorplate “Telegraph Lineman’s Hut”. Original condition with some wasting of the upper part of the ‘Hut’ lettering. Re-touched with wrong colour paint. SOLD FOR
399 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “71A” (Eastleigh). “BR(S)” Eastleigh triangle to rear. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
400 LSWR Plan of Southampton Docks with descriptive text. V.g.c. and in a glazed clip frame. 15.75×11.75in. o/all. SOLD FOR
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