November 2023 Lots 151-200

Cedric Ford Pavilion, Newark Showground, Lincoln Rd, NG24 2NY
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151 A Box containing seven Railway Company marked Clothes Brushes comprising GER, GWR and LNER marked in contrasting bristles and LYR, LNER, LMSR and GSR (Great Southern Railway of Ireland) all back marked in the wood either with outlined letters, pin dot letters or branded. (7). SOLD FOR
152 Cheshire Lines Committee cast iron Gate Notice in good unrestored condition. SOLD FOR
153 Large cast iron Locomotive Builders Plate “Corps of Engineers U.S. Army 4376 C of E Spec. No. 1 – 1531 1.0 No. 837 Manufactured by Davenport Locomotive Works No. 2525 4 – 1949”. Face restored. 12.75×7.75in. As carried by an 0-6-0T shipped to France by the U.S. Military. It later became SNCF Class 030 No. TU55 based at Region Ouest (West). Scrapped in the 1970’s. SOLD FOR
154 Signed Limited Edition Print of a painting by Theodore Xaras titled “Double heading up Horseshoe Curve”. It depicts two trains of the Pennsylvania Railroad battling up the grade. Nicely presented in a glazed frame with mount. 25.75x21in. o/all. n/s
155 LMS brass Locomotive Hooter Whistle from the Stanier 8F 2-8-0 No. 48540. In ex-loco condition. The 8F was w/d from Royston in Oct. 1967 after many years allocated there and cut up by Cashmore’s, Great Bridge. SOLD FOR
156 London Chatham and Dover Railway 4 aspect Handlamp. Stamped “LCDR No. 1520” and with brass plates “S.R.A. G6199”, “J. Defries and Sons Manufacturer London” and an embossed “A” in a triangle. Complete with “S.A.R.” vessel, all fittings and glasses (except orange) and in good unpainted condition. SOLD FOR
157 Quad royal pictorial Poster “Progress” by Terence Cuneo depicting diesel locomotive under construction in Derby Works. Light top edge creasing and light folds only. SOLD FOR
158 Oval engraved brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Peckett & Sons Ltd. Bristol 1927 No. 1634”. Face polished only. The original rear studs cut back and two small holes drilled through the face. 12×8.5in. The loco worked at Brookhouse Colliery and Birley East Colliery, near Sheffield. n/s
159 Cambrian Railway Station Platform Wall Lamp with brass oval “Cam. Ry” plate to the chimney and bearing original paper label “Elson Halt”. Complete with “GWR” vessel brass burner, glass chimney and all glasses. V.g.c. The Halt nr. Ellesmere closed Sept. 1962. n/s
160 “GN & GE 20” oval cast iron Bridge Numberplate from the structure between Digby and Nocton. Unrestored. SOLD FOR
161 Great Western Railway mahogany cased Home Signal Repeater Instrument with brass plate “50.55”. V.g.c. n/s
162 Brass Plunger Instrument with enamel description ring “Main Thro Wimbledon A”. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
163 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “26A” (Newton Heath). Unrestored. SOLD FOR
164 London Underground double sided Train Destination Plate “Alexandra Palace / Moorgate”. Good ex-service condition. SOLD FOR
165 LNER double royal Poster Time Table for the Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Leicestershire branches dated 6th October 1947. Folds only otherwise v.g.c. SOLD FOR
166 Cast aluminium Locomotive Worksplate “British Railways Derby Built 1964 Power Equipment by Associated Electrical Industries Ltd and Sulzer”. Face restored and the cleaned back retains BR note stating that the plate is ex-Class 25 DE Loco. No. 25108. 12×6.5in. SOLD FOR
167 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Inspection Handlamp stamped “LYR 743 Newton Heath”. Complete with “LYR” rape oil vessel, bullseye lens and red & blue side glasses. Restored. SOLD FOR
168 Mahogany cased 10in. Wall Clock with a good fusee movement. The ex-service dial is lettered “BR(E) 8160” and records show that it was in use at Oxcroft Colliery Junction Signal Box then transferred to the ticket inspector’s office at Sheffield Victoria station. V.g.c. complete with pendulum and key. SOLD FOR
169 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Sign “Beware of Trains”. One small face chip otherwise very good ex-lineside condition. 18x12in. SOLD FOR
170 Oval engraved brass Locomotive Builders Plate “No. 62045 1948”. Unrestored. As carried by the K1 Class 2-6-0 built by North British Loco Co. (Wks No. 26649). A long term Darlington engine it was finally w/d from Tyne Dock in Oct. 1967 (one of the last four in service) and cut up by Hughes, Bolckow Ltd., North Blyth. SOLD FOR
171 LMS Station Platform enamel Lamp Tablet “Nottingham”. A little faded but a scarce survivor. n/s
172 “G.W.R. No smoking allowed by order” cast iron Notice in v.g.c. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
173 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Normacot”. One chip to ‘A’ otherwise flange wear only. A former North Staffs Rly station south east of Stoke closed in March 1964. SOLD FOR
174 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “86G” (Pontypool Road). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
175 Rolled linen Plan “GWR Temporary Connection at High Wycombe” circa 1939, drawn at 40 feet to one inch scale and includes gradient diagram and “GWR Engineers Dept. Paddington” stamp. V.g.c.59×18.5in. n/s
176 As Previous Lot “GWR Temporary Connection at High Wycombe” dated 19/3/39 drawn to the same scale but with slightly more detail. V.g.c. 85×14.25in. n/s
177 “Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway no unauthorised person is allowed in this signal box by order” cast iron Doorplate in v.g.c. Face restored only. SOLD FOR
178 North Eastern Railway medium size 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “NER” in top and lens cone. Back handle removed but complete with all fittings and glasses. Unpainted. SOLD FOR
179 5 no. Carriage Prints in glazed frames. SOLD FOR
180 Oval cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Beyer, Peacock & Co. Ltd. 7690 Beyer – Garrett Locomotive Manchester 1954” with British, Rhodesian and South African patent numbers. Face restored only, “705” stamped and painted on the back. As carried by the Rhodesia Railways 4-8-2 + 2-8-4 Garrett No. 705. It was rebuilt by Resco / Zeco in 1981 and named “Insuga” by the National Railways of Zimbabwe. SOLD FOR
181 British Railways double royal Poster “The Fastest Parcels Travel Rail Express” featuring a striking image of a diesel hauled freight which looks like a Deltic! V.g.c. SOLD FOR
182 Miniature Single Line Staff, the brass end sleeve inscribed “Bedford / Willington”. A section of the cross country route to Cambridge closed in Jan. 1968. SOLD FOR
183 Items relating to Birley Colliery, Yorkshire: A framed display of scarce Birley Colliery, Sheffield Coal Company and Yorkshire Miners Association checks and tokens and an “Empty to Birley Colliery LNER” tinplate Wagon Label together with a further “Empty to Birley Colliery per LNWRy” label. Also included is a history of Birley Colliery produced by Alan Rowles. SOLD FOR
184 Cast brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “Suid Afrikaanse Spoorwee South African Railways 2886 15E”. Unpainted. As carried by the 4-8-2 built by Henschel (23108 of 1936). SOLD FOR
185 Blue enamel Sign “Notice persons are warned not to trespass upon the Railway Executive’s stations, works, lands and property, and persons found trespassing will be prosecuted”. Chips as per photograph but good colour. 22x18in. SOLD FOR
186 Great Eastern Railway Road Motor Lamp stamped “GER” in large letters and plated “Swaffham 10”. Complete with “LNE” vessel “GER” burner, clear and red glasses. V.g.c. and unpainted. A rare example. SOLD FOR
187 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “43630”. Ex-loco condition as carried by the Midland Railway 3F Class 0-6-0 originally introduced in 1885. The engine was w/d in Sept. 1959 and cut up at Central Wagon Co., Ince. SOLD FOR
188 Carriage Print “Balmoral Castle, Aberdeenshire” by Kenneth Steel from the 1956 / 7 series. V.g.c. and in an original glazed frame. SOLD FOR
189 “Scotland by LMS” top marked advertising china Ash Tray in v.g.c. The title embossed around the rim. 4.25in. dia. SOLD FOR
190 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “52A” (Gateshead). Face restored only a while ago. SOLD FOR
191 Oval cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Andrew Barclay Sons & Co. Limited Caledonia Works Kilmarnock No. 1741. 1921”. Face restored only. 16.75×11.75in. As carried by 3’-91/2” gauge 0-4-0ST at British Portland Cement Co. Greenhithe, Kent and named “Goliath”. Scrapped around around July 1961. Full details on rear of plate. SOLD FOR
192 BR(E) flangeless enamel Doorplate “Station Master”. Very good condition with good colour and shine. SOLD FOR
193 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “1F” (Rugby). Face restored only a while ago. SOLD FOR
194 North Eastern Railway Waiting Room Wall Lamp with “NER” oval brass plate. Complete with brass burner, glass chimney and copper reflector. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
195 M&GNJR enamel Signal Box Board “Wisbech St. Mary” in very good condition with fine colour and shine. 54in long. From the Peterborough – Sutton Bridge section of the Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway. SOLD FOR
196 Oval cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Uzinele de Fer Si Domenile Resita No. 357 1936”. Face restored only. 8.25x5in. A Romanian built Class 230, a licence built version of the Prussian P8 4-6-0 loco. n/s
197 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “62570” as carried by the LNER D16 Class 4-4-0 introduced in 1923. A Norwich, Yarmouth South Town and March engine during the BR period, it was w/d in Dec. 1959 and cut up at Stratford. The smokebox is face restored only and offers an almost unique opportunity to acquire such a plate from a very elusive class. This is only the second ‘Claude’ smokebox ever to appear at auction. SOLD FOR
198 Large cast iron Wagon Plate “Charles Roberts & Co. Ltd. Horbury Junction nr. Wakefield No. 12101”. Restored in primer. 36x9in. SOLD FOR
199 Fluorescent Station Platform Lamp Top from “Grantham”. The perspex cover displaying the station name. V.g.c. 66.5in long. Please check out the electrical connections if you intend to have it illuminated. SOLD FOR
200 Cast brass Locomotive Nameplate “Central Provinces” as carried by the LMS ‘Jubilee’ Class 4-6-0 No. 45582 built by the North British Railway Co. Glasgow in 1934. This is the left hand nameplate face lightly polished only 49in. long In BR days it was allocated to Preston and Carnforth being w/d in Dec. 1962 and cutting up at Crewe. £6400