November 2019 Lots 101-150

SAT 23rd November 2019 – Cedric Ford Pavilion,
Newark Showground, Notts, NG24 2NY
Viewing from 8.00am on morning of sale – Sale starts 10.00am
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101 Cast brass Locomotive Builder’s Plate “Motor Rail Ltd. Simplex Works Elstow Road Bedford Engd. Works No. 8746”. 7.75×2.9in. Together with a smaller “Motor Rail Ltd” cast brass makers plate 5.5x3in. Both plates cleaned only. (2). SOLD FOR
102 Locomotive or Train Lamp with a blue bullseye lens. Hinged top secured by a clasp and chained brass peg and has a brass plate “C.J. Davis Railway Lamp Manufacturer South London Lamp Works Newington Causeway London S.E.” Lamp iron bracket to rear. An unusual lamp lacking vessel. V.g.c. and painted long ago. SOLD FOR
103 GNR large 3 aspect Handlamp with fogging glass. Brass plated “Great Northern Railway Company Honington No. 6”. Complete with integral vessel, all fittings and glasses. Unrestored. The station north east of Grantham, junction for the Lincoln line closed in Sept. 1962. SOLD FOR
104 Caledonian Railway 1898 enamel Trespass Notice. Some restoration and presented in a wooden frame. 24.5x19in. o/all. SOLD FOR
105 LNER cast iron ‘9×5’ Locomotive Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway Darlington Works 1899” with its “65689” brass re-numbering strip. As carried by the J25 Class 0-6-0 w/d from Stockton in May 1954 and cut up at Darlington. SOLD FOR
106 Original Painting by Guild of Railway Artists Member Joe Townend depicting B1 Class No. 61251 “Oliver Bury” by the Grantham Coaling Stage. Oil on canvas. Unframed. 18x14in. SOLD FOR
107 A unique collection of Bridge Plates all from the same bridge at Neasden Lane, London. They comprise “Great Central Rly. 11” and three Metropolitan Rly. examples “MR28”. All in v.g.c. (4). SOLD FOR
108 Southern Railway enamel Station Target Sign “Plymouth Friary”. A scarce target in good condition from the former LSWR branch station closed in Sept. 1958. SOLD FOR
109 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “36E” (Retford (GN & GC Depots). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
110 BR(E) flangeless enamel Station Doorplate “Ticket Office”. Chips as per photograph but good colour and shine. SOLD FOR
111 NER / LNER Engineers Department Trolley Lamp. Complete with vessel, burner and bullseye lens. Ex-service paintwork. SOLD FOR
112 “LMS Rebuilt 1913 Derby” oval cast brass Locomotive Works Plate. Cleaned otherwise ex-loco condition. The left bolt hole slightly enlarged. No locos were built at Derby in 1912 / 13 only re-builds of earlier engines were carried out. SOLD FOR
113 BR(E) 13396” 10” dial mahogany cased roundhead Wall Clock with fusee movement. The ex-service dial with 24 hour numerals. Ex-Fletton Goods, Peterborough. Complete with pendulum and key. SOLD FOR
114 GWR Photochrom Carriage Panel “Anne Hathaway’s Cottage”. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
115 Irish pre-grouping Locomotive Headlamp. Unrestored and complete with a possibly later “C.I.E.” stamped vessel. 17.5in. tall o/all. SOLD FOR
116 LNER mahogany cased double line Signal Box Block Instrument in superb condition. SOLD FOR
117 Carriage Print “Palace of Holyrood House, Edinburgh” by Henry Rushbury from the LNER 1945-47 series. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. n/s
118 “No. 2157 Darlington 1951” oval engraved brass Locomotive Builder’s Plate. Face lightly polished only 12.25×6.25in. As carried by the Ivatt Class 2 2-6-0 No. 46465. A regular Cambridge engine before transfer to Buxton in August 1962. W/d from there March 1967 and cut up by Cashmore’s, Newport. SOLD FOR
119 Great Eastern Railway small glazed stoneware Pounce Pot nicely face inscribed “G.E.R.” V.g.c. 2.5in. tall. SOLD FOR
120 LNER cast iron Station Doorplate “General Waiting Room”. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
121 Cheshire Lines Committee Signalman’s upholstered oak Stool nicely branded “CLC” four times. Good original condition. 29.5in. tall. SOLD FOR
122 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “40B” (Immingham). Restored. SOLD FOR
123 Great Northern Railway small 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “GNR 18369” top and body. Original lining out and painted inscription “J. Langford Nottingham (Vic)” to both sides. Complete with all fittings and glasses. SOLD FOR
124 Fibre Single Line Tablet “Belton – Epworth 30”. A section of the former Axholme Joint Railway (NER & LYR) closed to passengers in Sept. 1933. SOLD FOR
125 A copper Pan stamped “LMS Dining Cars St. Pancras” and later stamping “BTHS”. V.g.c. 8.25in. dia. SOLD FOR
126 Great Western Railway 126in. long Platform Bench from Ruabon station complete with three “GWR” scroll cast iron supports (2 have repairs) and original wooden planks. It was purchased by the vendor in 1971 from Collector’s Corner and during refurbishment of the woodwork the original “Ruabon” sign written station name was discovered and carefully painted back in. The bench has been kept protected from the weather for the last thirty years and will need to be collected from Luton by the successful bidder by arrangement. n/s
127 Rectangular cast brass Locomotive Builder’s Plate “Sir W.G. Armstrong Whitworth & Co. (Engineers) Ltd. Scotswood Works Newcastle-on-Tyne. No. 1489 1937”. Face restored only with loss to bottom left corner. We offered this for sale in our July auction as being ex-Black 5 No. 45439. The plate was possibly on this loco on withdrawal but was originally carried by sister loco no. 45434 when built. SOLD FOR
128 “LNER Helpringham” brass Platform Lamp Vessel complete with brass burner and glass chimney. A former GN & GE Joint Line station south east of Sleaford closed in July 1955. SOLD FOR
129 Rolled coloured Signal Box Diagram “Renishaw Central” between Sheffield and Arkwright Colliery and showing branch from ironworks. A fine diagram on stout paper 49.5x21in. SOLD FOR
130 GWR fully titled enamel Sign “Steamrollers, traction engines, motor lorries etc.” A scarcer example bearing “Felix J. C. Pole General Manager” (1921-29). Chips to 3 corners. Very good colour and shine. Ex-Overton-on-Dee station. (Ellesmere – Wrexham line). SOLD FOR
131 “Glyn Valley Tramway” initials and belted garter Coach Transfer applied to a painted wooden panel. V.g.c. 17.5×12.25in. The GVT operated Chirk to Glynceiriog from 1873 to closure in 1935. SOLD FOR
132 Great Eastern Railway “Beware Trains!” cast iron Notice with exclamation mark. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
133 South Western Railway 3 aspect Handlamp. Body stamped “SWR 5097” and plated “SWR”. Complete with “L&SWR” vessel, all fittings and glasses. Restored. SOLD FOR
134 “Shut & Fasten Gate” cast iron Notice, thought to be from the LD&ECR, MS&LR, GCR family of signs. Ex-gate condition. 32.5in. long. SOLD FOR
135 Original Painting by the eminent artist George Heiron depicting GWR locomotive no. 6026 “King John” ready to depart with a night express. A superb atmospheric study in a glazed frame with mount. 27.5×21.25in. o/all. SOLD FOR
136 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “55C” (Farnley Junction). Restored both sides but genuine. SOLD FOR
137 Single Line Key “Newtonmore – Kingussie”. The rear of the head is missing. A section of the former Highland Railway Main Line. SOLD FOR
138 BR(E) / LNER enamel Sign “Private Road”. Minor edge chips only and some ‘graining’ to the white. 27x12in. SOLD FOR
139 Furness Railway Co. Look-Out Man’s brass Warning Horn clearly marked “FRC”. V.g.c. and working order with suspension chain. 11in. long. SOLD FOR
140 LNER double royal photographic Poster “Scarborough Its Quicker by Rail”, featuring a couple looking out of a carriage window to the terraces of the Grand Hotel and the sea beyond. Folds but v.g.c. In a glazed frame but not stuck down. SOLD FOR
141 “Swan Street” cast iron Sign from Gainsborough. V.g.c. and face restored. SOLD FOR
142 Lancashire Derbyshire & East Coast Railway Station Platform copper Lamp Top with two original etched nameglasses “Ollerton” (one has a few cracks). Maker’s plate to chimney “The Lamp Manufacturing Co. Ld. Sole Owners of Ridsdales Railway Lamps. 12 & 14 Leonards St. City Road London. Complete with all glazing and in good ex-station condition. 25in. tall. The station closed in Sept. 1964. SOLD FOR
143 Carriage Print “Immingham Docks, Lincolnshire” by Frank Mason from the LNER 1947 series. Some fox spots and in an original glazed frame. SOLD FOR
144 “John Fowler & Co. (Leeds) Ltd. 4210017 – 1950” cast brass Locomotive Builder’s Plate. Ex-loco condition. 18.75×3.5in. From a 0-4-0 DM at Standard Railway Wagon Works, Reddish. SOLD FOR
145 GNR large 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “GNR 4202 / GNR 4336” and steel plated “L&NER Algarkirk”. Complete with integral vessel, all fittings and glasses. Unpainted. The station between Boston and Spalding closed in Sept. 1961. SOLD FOR
146 BR Southern Region Suburban Routes diagrammatic Carriage Panel. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
147 Cast brass Locomotive Builder’s Plate “Fried. Krupp A.G. Lokomotivfabrik Essen Germany Nr. 1854 1939”. Cleaned and lightly face polished only. 13×7.1in. SOLD FOR
148 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “66D” (Greenock). Unrestored. SOLD FOR
149 LNER cast iron Station Seatback Nameplate “Cowdenbeath”. Two very neat welded repairs between ‘O’ & ‘W’ and ‘N’ & ‘B’. Face restored only. 39.8in. long. A former NBR station north west of Edinburgh. SOLD FOR
150 Painted tinplate Wagon Label “Empty to Clay Cross Colliery per Great Northern Route via Nottingham Junction. When loaded return same route for Mr. Henry Taylor Long Sutton M&GN”. A tad rusted and scruffy but a scarce survivor. 10x8in. SOLD FOR
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