May 2021 Lots 182 – 228

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Lots 182 – 202 Closing time Thursday May 13th 2.00pm tel. 01949 21105
182 LNER Side & Tail Lamp clearly stamped in the chimney and with brass plate “Carriage Works York”. Complete with original vessel, all fittings and bullseye lenses. Unrestored. sold for
183 Two M&GNJR Signal Box Gradient Diagrams on card “Aylsham to Potterheigham” and “Fakenham to Corpusty” in fair condition together with a similar “Littleport to Ely North Jc & Chesterton Jct.” (poor). (3). sold for
184 BR(Sc) Poster Notice re: “Withdrawal of passenger services between Aberdeen and Fraserburgh”. Lists 14 stations due for closure dated June 1965. Folds otherwise good condition. 29.5x20in. sold for
185 “Maryport & Carlisle Railway please take one” painted metal Leaflet Unit. Fine original condition. 10x2in x 9.75in tall. sold for
186 Southern Railway large Eastleigh pattern 4 aspect Handlamp. Top, body and vessel all marked “S[E]R”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. A nice example. Restored. n/s
187 Oval cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “LMS Rebuilt 1920 Derby”. A nice old plate, the maroon paintwork looks original. Untouched back is written “MR 4-4-0 Rebuild”. 10×5.75in. sold for
188 Carriage Print “Bramham Cross, Yorkshire” by Kenneth Steel from the 1948-55 series. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. sold for
189 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Sign “British Railways (in totem) No Smoking”. V.g.c. with fine colour and shine. 24x12in. We had one of these in our last auction but this example is a variant and in much better condition! sold for
190 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “9G” (Northwich then Gorton). Restored. sold for
191 Wilesco “Old Smokey” spirit fired Steam Roller in v.g.c. complete with original box containing steering extension cable, meths fuel blocks and original paperwork. sold for
192 Wilesco “Old Smokey” Showmans Traction Engine in v.g.c. All complete with an original assembly booklet and a spare boxed dynamo and steering extension cable. sold for
193 Carriage Print “Tilbury Hailing Station, Essex” by Francis Flint from the 1948-55 series. In an original type glazed frame. sold for
194 GWR pre-grouping 3 aspect Handlamp, the scarcer steel top version of the familiar copper top family. The body stamped “GWR Swindon”. Complete with original large GWR part copper vessel, all fittings and glasses. V.g.c. and unpainted. sold for
195 “GER” plain and rope script initials Cap Badges in nickel with rear fixings intact together with a “GNR” cloth Cap / Collar Badge. All in v.g.c. (3). sold for
196 “G.C.Ry. Trespassers on this property will be prosecuted” cast iron Notice in v.g.c. and face restored only. sold for
197 BTC Eastern Region Competition for Best Kept Stations 1955. First Class Prize Certificate awarded to Willoughby. This was the junction station for Sutton-on-Sea and Mablethorpe closing in 1970. In its original glazed frame 13x10in. o/all. sold for
198 “GNR Lincoln” glass Tumbler. The acid etched title on two scrolls with foliage detail below a perimeter etched foliate band. V.g.c. and delightful. 4.4in. tall. sold for
199 North Eastern Railway engraved brass Signal Box Shelf Plate “North Jn. Passr.” Thought to be from Darlington. V.g.c. 9.5×1.25in. sold for
200 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Number Plate “61210” as carried by the LNER B1 Class 4-6-0 built by the North British Loco Co. (26111 of 1947). A New England, Colwick and Doncaster engine it ran for a period of time coupled to a self weighing tender. Withdrawal came in Feb. 1966 followed by scrapping by Draper’s, Hull. The plate is in fine ex-loco condition sadly broken in two pieces exactly as received by our vendor when purchased directly from BR. sold for
201 Midland Railway Carriage & Wagon Dept. General Purpose Handlamp. Brass “Midland Railway Co.” brass plate to chimney and “Midland Railway Co. For Petroleum Only” brass plate to original vessel which lacks its screw in burner. Body sides stamped “MR Co.” Complete with front lens and integral reflector which follows the radius of the lamp back. An uncommon lamp in good unrestored condition. sold for
202 Aluminium Single Line Tablet inscribed “Coleraine – Ballymoney”. V.g.c. sold for
Lots 203 – 228 Closing time Thursday May 13th 2.00pm tel. 01949 21106
203 Signal Box Diagram “Leen Valley Junction” between Colwick Yard and Basford & Bulwell. Shows transfer sidings, through sidings and The Great Northern branch up the Leen Valley to Bulwell Forest. Dates to 1961 before Mapperley Tunnel was closed. 84x24in. Rolled. sold for
204 “CR Lamington” brass Cash Bag Label. This Caledonian railway station south of Carstairs closed in Jan 1965. sold for
205 “Public Telegraph Office at this station” double sided enamel Sign with directional arrows. Chips to the fixing holes mainly. Both faces with very good colour and shine. 18.75x12in. sold for
206 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “84E” (Tyseley then Wadebridge). Face restored only a while ago. sold for
207 LMS all copper Platform Wall Lamp embossed “LMS” on the roof. It features a top hung front door and all glazing is intact. V.g.c. 22in. tall. sold for
208 “Ransomes, Sims & Jefferies Ld. Ipswich” cast brass Smoke Box Ring from one of the company’s traction engines or steam lorries. V.g.c. 7in. dia. sold for
209 “Nuneaton Abbey Junction” large copy Signal Box Diagram on tracing film. V.g.c. 84x30in together with a similar titled “Midland Junction”, being an extension to the previous diagram. V.g.c. 39x30in. (2). n/s
210 BR(M) enamel and brass “British Railways” Lion over Wheel Cap Badge in v.g.c. sold for
211 BR(M) enamel and nickel “Porter” Lion over Wheel Cap Badge in v.g.c. sold for
212 BR(M) enamel and brass “Yard Master” Lion over Wheel Cap Badge in v.g.c. sold for
213 BR(W) enamel and nickel “Ticket Collector” Lion over Wheel Cap Badge in v.g.c. sold for
214 BR(W) enamel and brass “Inspector” Lion over Wheel Cap Badge. Strip of enamel loss above the letters “n” to “c”. n/s
215 BR(NE) enamel and gilt brass “Foreman” Lion over Wheel Cap Badge in v.g.c. sold for
216 BR(NE) enamel and nickel “Guard” Lion over Wheel Cap Badge in v.g.c. sold for
217 BR(Sc) enamel and gilt brass “Inspector” Lion over Wheel Cap Badge in v.g.c. sold for
218 BR(Sc) enamel and brass “Station Master” Lion over Wheel Cap Badge. The title panel enhanced with blue paint. n/s
219 BR(E) enamel and nickel “Porter” Lion over Wheel Cap Badge in v.g.c. sold for
220 BR(E) enamel and gilt brass “Station Master” Lion over Wheel Cap Badge in v.g.c. sold for
221 All brass “British Road Services” Lion over Wheel Cap Badge in v.g.c. sold for
222 London & North Western Railway 3 aspect Handlamp of unusual form. The top bears a brass maker’s plate !J. Defries & Sons Manufacturers London” and the body is stamped “L&NWR Car Dept. Wolverton” and in larger letters “Chester”. Complete with “LMS” fore & aft vessel, “LMS” burner, reflector and all glasses (hairline crack to the top of the blue glass does not detract). Restored. A scarce pattern of lamp for the LNWR. sold for
223 LNER fully titled double royal letterpress Poster “Easter Holiday Expresses 1938”. Lists 18 trains and their calling points for the 14th. April. Good condition with folds only. n/s
224 Great Northern Railway cast iron Spectacle Plate from a somersault signal embossed “GNR” & with casting number “S9”. Complete with ex-service red & blue glasses. V.g.c. sold for
225 BR(W) aluminium Single Line Key Token inscribed “Dovey Jn – Aberystwyth”. V.g.c with remains of original green paint. A section of the former Cambrian Railway. sold for
226 London Midland and Scottish Railway Company fully titled cast iron Trespass Notice. Face restored only. Note, this is the scarcer squarer pattern of this sign with larger one size lettering to the main text. (Petchey Ref. TPLM 204). 25.25×19.1in. sold for
227 Great Eastern Railway General Purpose Handlamp clearly stamped “GER” and plated “Fordham”, a station between Ely and Newmarket closed in Sept. 1965. The lamp is complete with original “GER” vessel, all fittings and glasses and nicely restored. sold for
228 GNR (London Electric Railway) 3 aspect Handlamp, body stamped “GNR” and featuring a typical L.E.R. steep fluted top and sinuous back catch. The lamp probably owes its origins to the Great Northern Piccadilly & Brompton Railway. Complete with all fittings and glasses and has remains of original red painted finish under the present black. sold for

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