November 2023 Lots 101-150

Cedric Ford Pavilion, Newark Showground, Lincoln Rd, NG24 2NY
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101 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station Sign “Platform 1”. Minor edge chipping and with very good colour and shine. 24x18in. SOLD FOR
102 Chromed cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “The English Electric Co. Ltd. Vulcan Works Newton-le-Willows England No. 3280 / D809. 1963”. Cleaned only. As carried by the BR Class 37 DE Loco No. 37135 formerly D6835. 10.25×4.5in. SOLD FOR
103 “Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Company” Fruit Juice Glass nicely face etched with the full title and company crest. Fine condition. 4.75in. tall. SOLD FOR
104 “L&NER” cast iron Notice re Mechanically Driven Vehicles passing over the weighbridge. 7 lines of text. Unrestored. 20.75×13.5in. SOLD FOR
105 London & North Western Railway “Cleckheaton Hand Cart” brass plated Lamp also stamped “LNWR F32279”. Complete with “LNWR” vessel, red & clear bullseye lenses and all fittings. A little gem in ex-service condition. SOLD FOR
106 Polish Steam Locomotive cast iron Numberplate “TY2” (10×6.25in) together with its cast iron eagle “PKP” plate (10×7.5in). Both in ex-loco condition. (2). SOLD FOR
107 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “42635”. Face restored only a while ago. As carried by the Class 4 2-6-4T. Built at Derby in 1938. A long term Bolton engine, it was w/d in Oct. 1961 and cut up at Central Wagon Co. Ince, Wigan. n/s
108 BR(Sc) “British Railways” enamel Poster Board Header, small chip to right corner. Very good colour and shine. 29.25in. long. SOLD FOR
109 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “9E” (Trafford Park). Unrestored. n/s
110 5 No. Carriage Prints in glazed frames. SOLD FOR
111 BR(WR) double royal letterpress / pictorial Poster “Golden Holiday Trains South Devon” features a Class 52 ‘Western’ speeding to Dawlish, Teignmouth, Torquay & Paignton. V.g.c. and in a glazed frame ready to hang. SOLD FOR
112 Great Northern Railway cast iron Parish Boundary Post. This is the slimmer version of the GNR post having a smaller “GNR” top and a spiked foot. Restored 36in. tall. SOLD FOR
113 Cast brass Locomotive Worksplate “LMS Built 1910 St. Rollox” cleaned only. 10.5x6in. Probably as carried by a McIntosh Class 3F 0-6-0. SOLD FOR
114 BR(M) flangeless enamel Sign “Passengers must not use this lift”. 15x12in. Minor edge and screwhole re-touching only. Very good colour and shine. SOLD FOR
115 Great Northern Railway ornate silver plated oval Sugar Bowl by Carrington of Regent Street. The “GNR” device face inscribed within a profusely decorated cartouche. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
116 “L&NWR Co. Crewe Refreshment Rooms” silver plated half pint Tankard by Elkington. The title face inscribed below the figure of Britannia. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
117 “Liverpool St. Dining Club” small silver plated Cream Jug by Elkington. The title face inscribed. V.g.c. 2.75in. tall. SOLD FOR
118 LB&SCR 4 aspect Handlamp. The body stamped “LB&SCR”, dated for August 1891 and has the large oval company title brass plate. The handle is stamped with the code for Pulborough. Complete with all correct fittings and glasses and is restored. SOLD FOR
119 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “60044”. Face restored only. As carried by the LNER ‘A3’ Pacific named “Melton” built at Doncaster in 1924 (Works No. 1598). A Copley Hill, New England, Grantham, Doncaster, Leicester and Kings Cross loco it was w/d June 1963 and cut up at Doncaster. It was named after the winning racehorse of the 1885 Derby and St. Leger owned by Lord Hastings. SOLD FOR
120 BR(S) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Maidstone East”. Small chips only with one to the face which has good colour and shine. A former SE&CR station. SOLD FOR
121 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “12D” (Workington then Kirkby Stephen, finally Workington again). Unrestored. SOLD FOR
122 Southern Railway enamel Sign “Keep Left”. Very good colour and shine. 48x12in. Thought to be from Southampton Docks. SOLD FOR
123 Box of Wagon Plates. SOLD FOR
124 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway star shaped Face Piece Horse Brass. Face inscribed “LYR” in script. V.g.c. (Hawthorn Ref. 39). SOLD FOR
125 Cast brass Locomotive Nameplate “De Robeck” as carried by the LMS ‘Jubilee’ Class 4-6-0 No. 45678 built at Crewe in 1935. This is the left hand plate, face restored only 28.75in. long. In BR days it was a Crewe North, Edge Hill, Carlisle Upperby, Kingmoor and finally Stockport engine from where withdrawal came in Dec. 1962 and cutting up by Taylor Brothers, Tafford Park, Manchester. n/s
126 LNER cast brass ‘9×5’ Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway Armstrong Whitworth 1919” with cast brass overstrip “63419”. The original ground off number “3419” still clear. Cleaned only. As carried by the Q6 Class 0-8-0 w/d from West Hartlepool in June 1965. SOLD FOR
127 London Transport Underground enamel Station Frieze Signs “Queensway” (41in long) and “Central Line” (16 in long). Both in very good ex-station condition. (2). SOLD FOR
128 “GCR Drain Tap 23 ft.” cast iron Sign in unrestored condition. 17.5x13in. SOLD FOR
129 Railway Air Services original Artwork for a company poster. Titled “Winter Routes” and depicts an outline map of GB and Ireland showing routes from London to major cities. 30×18.75in. on art board. Together with a book titled “Railway Air Services” by John Stroud 144pp. Hardback pubd. by Ian Allan in 1987. Complete with dust covers and in v.g.c. (2). SOLD FOR
130 Engraved brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Great Northern Railway Co. Doncaster No. 1473 Makers 1916”. As carried by the H3 Class 2-6-0, later LNER Class K2 No. 1657 new to Doncaster MPD. Renumbered 4657 in 1924, and 1747 in 1946 becoming BR 61747. In BR days a Colwick and Sheffield Darnall engine w/d in Dec. 1960 and cut up at Doncaster. A fine old plate with plenty of service bruises stamped on the back “R 4657” – presumably right hand plate. The right bolt hole enlarged on removal. SOLD FOR
131 BR(M) double sided enamel Sign “In”. Chips to the lettering on one face only. 24x18in. Complete with suspension loops. SOLD FOR
132 GNR 3 aspect Handlamp, small version with a taller body stamped “GNR 14672” top and body and date stamped for Dec. 1896. Brass plated “Great Northern Railway Company Woodwalton Sig. Box 3” (ECML). Complete with all fittings and glasses and unpainted. SOLD FOR
133 Manchester Sheffield & Lincolnshire Railway Programme of Arrangements for the Ceremony of Turning the First Sod of the New Derbyshire Lines by Rt. Hon. Earl Manvers at Beighton 7th February 1890. So titled folding card 12.25x9in Map of lines inside cover and full MS&LR crest to the back. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
134 A wooden Sign with cast iron letters “Passengers must cross the line by the footbridge”. Nicely restored 43×27.5in. SOLD FOR
135 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “56D” (Mirfield). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
136 A Worksplate “LMS Built 1935 Crewe” together with the tender plate “Water Capacity 4000 Gallons” which were both carried by the ‘Royal Scot’ 6P Class Locomotive No. 6125 built by the NBL Co. (23620 of 1927). Initially named “Lancashire Witch” in 1928, it was re-named “3rd Carabinier” in 1936. It spent most of its life at Crewe North being w/d Oct 1964 and cut up at the Works. Both plates are cast brass and in ex-loco condition. A photocopy of the original BR sales paperwork accompanies. (2). SOLD FOR
137 Miscellaneous Lot. SOLD FOR
138 Original Painting by R. Nixon depicting two GNR Atlantic locos double heading a train of teak stock and working hard. An impressive image oil on canvas and framed. 42.75x33in. o/all and ready to hang. SOLD FOR
139 Great Northern Railway brass cased Signal Box Points Indicator on its original mahogany back panel stamped “GNR Tele 416”. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
140 Oval cast iron Locomotive Builders Plate “Built 1954 Swindon”. Ex-loco condition 10.25x6in. Locos built that year were BR Std. 4-6-0 Nos. 75025 – 29, 2-6-0 Nos. 77000 – 19 and 2-6-2T Nos. 82020 – 31. SOLD FOR
141 GNR “Boston / Peterboro” cast iron Gangers Permanent Way Division Post. Restored. 42in. tall. SOLD FOR
142 North Eastern Railway miniature 3 aspect Handlamp with copper top handle and brass “NER” plate to body. Complete with “LNE-D” rape oil vessel and all glasses. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
143 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “57250” in ex-loco condition. As carried by the Caledonian Rly. ‘Jumbo’ Class 294 (later 2F) 0-6-0 built at St. Rollox in Jan 1884. Later BR allocations were Hamilton and Polmadie where withdrawal came in Sept. 1961 and cutting up at Inverurie. SOLD FOR
144 Oval cast brass Locomotive Worksplate “LMS Built 1943 SR”. Devoid of paint and in v.g.c. 10.5x6in. As carried by an 8F Class 2-8-0 built at Ashford, Brighton or Eastleigh in the number range (4)8600 – (4)8660. SOLD FOR
145 Oval cast iron Makers Plate “The Humber Graving Dock & Engineering Co. Ltd. Makers King’s Dock Immingham”. Restored. 12×7.5in. From a GCR signalling installation. SOLD FOR
146 “Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway” fully crested Demerara Cane Sugar Bowl with a pedestal foot. Some very well executed restoration to the rim but very special. 4.1in tall. SOLD FOR
147 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Manton”. Two very small face chips. Very good colour and shine. A former Midland Rly. station south of Oakham closed in June 1966. SOLD FOR
148 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “56G” (Bradford Hammerton Street). Ex-loco condition. SOLD FOR
149 “L&YR” glass Water Carafe. The company initials face inscribed flanked by fern fronds. Lovely condition. 6.5in. tall. SOLD FOR
150 BR(W) flangeless enamel Station Running In Sign in four sections “Newton Abbot”. The total assembly measures 12 feet x 2 feet overall. An unusual combination with some enamel wear at the joints but good colour and shine. £100