May 2021 Lots 279 – 319

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Lots 279 – 297 Closing time Thursday May 13th 4.00pm tel. 01949 21105
279 London Transport Underground Car enamel Destination Plate. Double sided “Baker St. / Neasden”. Excellent condition. sold for
280 “BR(M) S. M. Quorn & Woodhouse” brass Cash Bag Label on its leather mount. The station on the former GCR London Extension north of Leicester was closed by BR in March 1963. Later reopened by the GCRPS in March 1974. sold for
281 Pair of GWR brass Signal Box Lever Plates “5 Pull 7” and “13 Pull 16 17 or 16 or 18”. Good ex-box condition. n/s
282 “Shepcote P. W. Gang” enamel Sign. Minor chipping and with very good colour and shine. 32.75x5in. sold for
283 “Bedale – Leyburn” fibre Single Line Tablet from the NER Wensleydale line closed by BR to passengers in April 1954. sold for
284 Midland Railway Signal Post Finial. Wooden spike on a cast iron base box. Unrestored. 30in. tall. sold for
285 “LNER Peakirk” brass plated Platform Lamp Vessel complete with brass burner and brass filler cap. A former GNR station on the Peterborough to Spalding line closed in September 1961. sold for
286 David MacBrayne Ltd. double royal pictorial Poster “Western Highlands and Islands” by W.E. Nicolson. Shows railway and steamer routes etc. Fair condition only. sold for
287 Cast brass Industrial Locomotive Nameplate “Beryl” as carried by Andrew Barclay Standard Gauge 0-4-0ST No. 926 of 1902. New to Bell Bros. Ltd. Port Clarence, County Durham. In 1937 it was moved to Burley Ironstone Quarries, Rutland and named “Beryl” in 1939. Transferred to Colsterworth East Quarries, Lincs for cutting up in Oct. 1962. A fine plate face restored only. 31.75in. long with a polished hardwood backing board. sold for
288 LNER (GNR pattern) 3 aspect Handlamp together with a “LNER Doncaster” loco gauge glass lamp. Both complete and v.g.c. (2). sold for
289 BR(SR) double royal enamel Poster Board Header “British Railways”. Re-touched chips to a couple of corners. Good colour and shine. 26.75in. long. sold for
290 “Hull Barnsley and West Riding Junction Railway and Dock Company” Coat of Arms Transfer nicely mounted onto a polished ply panel. V.g.c. 13.75×13.25in. o/all. sold for
291 Lancashire & Yorkshire Rly. 3 aspect Handlamp. Stamped “LYR” in body, aspect drum and rear catch and “Walsden P4086”. Complete with all fittings and glasses and restored. A station south east of Todmorden closed in Aug. 1961 and reopened by BRB on an adjacent site. sold for
292 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “16A” (Nottingham then Toton). Face restored only a while ago. sold for
293 Great Eastern Railway Pension Fund Certificate awarded to “Mr. Henry Sheringham July 1879”. Very colourful and a nice early example. V.g.c. and in a glazed frame 27.5×20.5in. o/all. n/s
294 North British Railway weight driven mahogany Long Cased Clock No. 15253. The 13inch dial is written “Jas. Ritchie & Son Edinburgh”. LNER ivorine numberplate fixed inside the case. The clock may have originated from the West Highland Railway as another Ritchie longcase with close number sequence is noted as being located at Garelochead station. A fine and impressive clock with ornate mouldings complete with pendulum, weights, door key and winding key. 65in tall. sold for
295 “GNSR Palace Hotel” silver plated Chamber Stick top marked with the garter title and complete with its silver plated snuffer cap. Lovely condition item from the Co.’s Aberdeen hotel. sold for
296 “GNSR Palace Hotel” silver plated Single Cup Coffee Pot and matching percolator by Walker & Hall. The latter complete with its internal filter. Both parts display the full garter titles and are in superb condition. A rare piece of tableware from the Great North of Scotland Railway’s Aberdeen hotel. Overall height 5in. sold for
297 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “41261” as carried by the (LMS) Class 2P 2-6-2T. Built at Crewe in 1950. It was shedded at Fleetwood, Brighton and w/d from Weymouth in July 1965, followed by cutting up at Cohen’s, Morriston, Swansea. A fine smokebox in ex-loco condition as purchased direct from BR by our vendor. sold for
Lots 298 – 319 Closing time Thursday May 13th 4.00pm tel. 01949 21106
298 Original Painting by the Grantham artist the late Terry Shelbourne. A powerful study of a ‘Princess’ Class Pacific with an express climbing Shap Bank in 1960. Oil on canvas and framed. 32.5×26.25in. o/all. sold for
299 GWR / BRW cast iron Signal Finial for fixing atop tubular steel posts. V.g.c. 22in. tall. sold for
300 LNWR Signal Box wire operated Detonator Placer Frame (2 – lever type). For use by fog signalmen. These are illustrated in “LNWR Signalling” by Richard Foster (pp 225 & 226). sold for
301 Great Northern Railway of Ireland 3 aspect Handlamp clearly marked “GNRI” and complete with “GNRI” vessel, all fittings and glasses. V.g.c. and restored. n/s
302 “L & NE Railway Trespassers will be prosecuted” cast iron Notice, GER pattern. V.g.c. and face restored only. sold for
303 North Eastern Railway 3 aspect Handlamp. Oval brass “NER” plate to body. Top and lens cone marked “NER Co” as is the original vessel. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Top handle bound in copper wire. Part restored. sold for
304 Bristol and Exeter Railway Policeman’s Truncheon. Painted “BER 84” with other decoration. Small piece chipped from handle otherwise v.g.c. The company opened in 1841 and was absorbed by the GWR in 1876. sold for
305 “Carlisle No. 9” Signal Box Diagram between Currock and Rome Street. Bears “Signal & Telegraph Engineer’s Dept Manchester” stamp. Fair condition and in a glazed frame. 29×15.5in. sold for
306 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “6D” (Chester Northgate then Shrewsbury). Face restored only. n/s
307 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway tombstone Boundary Post. A nice example in its original full height form nicely inscribed “LYR”. 48in. tall. sold for
308 (GCR) signal Box nickel Shelf or Instrument Plate “Killamarsh Station Box”. 3×0.75in. (GCR Sheffield Victoria – Staveley line). Station closed in May 1963. n/s
309 BR(M), LMS / LNWR style Platform Wall Lamp with perspex name plate “Langwathby”. Complete with reflector, vessel, burner and glass chimney. Nicely restored. The station on the Settle – Carlisle line closed in May 1970 but re-opened in July 1986. sold for
310 Brass Plaque engraved “City of Aberdeen built by Robert Duncan & Coy. Port Glasgow for Aberdeen Steam Navigation Coy. 1865”. A lovely old plate which also includes dimensions, tonnage and horse power of the vessel. 4.5x2in. sold for
311 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “41A” (Sheffield Darnall). Face restored only. sold for
312 GNR Somersault Signal Lamp Interior plated “Ranskill”. An ECML Location between Doncaster and Retford. Complete with fittings and glasses. sold for
313 Midland Railway frosted glass Window with radiused corners bearing the heraldic griffin device inside an ornate belted garter to the centre in maroon all within a decorated maroon border. V.g.c. and superb. 30.25×16.25in. n/s
314 LMS pattern oval cast iron Locomotive Tender Plate “Water Capacity 3000 Gallons”. Ex- 464XX 2-6-0 Loco. Unrestored. 10.5x6in. sold for
315 Oval engraved brass Locomotive Builders Plate “No. 2161 Darlington 1951” as carried by the Class 2 2-6-0 No. 46469. A Colchester, Parkeston and Cambridge engine it was w/d Aug. 1962, stored briefly at March and cut up at Darlington. Face lightly polished. 12.25×6.25in. sold for
316 Carriage Print “Flatford Mill near Manningtree, Suffolk” by Kenneth Steel from the 1948-55 series. In an original type glazed frame. sold for
317 “LMS Built Horwich 1900” oval cast brass Locomotive Worksplate. Face restored only. 10.25x6in. sold for
318 BR(M) double royal Poster advertising cruises on Lake Windermere with the lake yachts “Swan”, “Teal”, “Swift” and “Tern”. A large photo of “Swan” heads the poster which is in v.g.c. with no folds and is in a glazed frame. Ready to hang. sold for
319 Glazed Stoneware Flagon lettered “M. Davis Railway Tavern Bridge Road Stratford”. V.g.c. 13.25in. tall. sold for

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