November 2023 Lots 251-300

Cedric Ford Pavilion, Newark Showground, Lincoln Rd, NG24 2NY
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251 “Bradford Exchange” flanged enamel Station Column Sign. BR(NE) with black edging to letters. Minor edge chips and general station condition. 9in. deep x 24.5in. diameter. SOLD FOR
252 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “34G” (Finsbury Park). Unrestored. SOLD FOR
253 “Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Company” Liqueur Glass bearing the full company title and crest etched on the face. V.g.c. 3in. tall. SOLD FOR
254 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “46405”. Face restored only. As carried by the LMS Class 2-6-0 built at Crewe in 1946. An Aintree, Bury and Buxton locomotive it was w/d from the latter Dec. 1966 and cut up at Cashmore’s, Great Bridge. n/s
255 BR(Sc) fully flanged enamel Sign “Ticket Office”. One small chip to top edge and a couple of flange chips. Fine deep colour and shine. 24x18in. SOLD FOR
256 Two London & North Western Rly cast iron Signal Box Lever Plates “Midland” and “M.R. Electric Power Off”. Original paintwork and very good condition. SOLD FOR
257 Mahogany cased Signal Box Switching Out Instrument with cast brass face plate embossed “Out” and “In” and with brass handle locked by a chained peg. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
258 Diamond shaped cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “North British Locomotive Company Ltd. Glasgow 1947 No. 26119”. Ex-loco condition as carried by the LNER B1 Class 4-6-0 No. 61218. A Hull and Ardsley loco. It was w/d July 1965 and cut up by Ellis Metals, Swalwell, Derwenthaugh. SOLD FOR
259 A steel Locomotive Train Headboard in original condition painted “Return to S.M. Mablethorpe”. No doubt carried by one of the seaside specials to the Lincolnshire resort. Complete with carrying handle and lamp iron bracket. SOLD FOR
260 “Furness Railway” cast iron Trespass Notice in fine unrestored condition. SOLD FOR
261 Southern Railway enamel Station Target Nameplate “Maidstone West”, a former SE&CR station. Some edge re-touching otherwise good condition and screwed to a backboard. SOLD FOR
262 A Shell Advertising Poster “To Visit Britains Landmarks You Can Be Sure Of Shell” by Edward McKnight Kauffer 1936. The artwork depicts Dinton Castle Aylesbury on a stylised easel. Laid on linen and in v.g.c. Actual image 44x30in. SOLD FOR
263 Double sided painted small wooden Carriage Board “Chesterfield M.P. / Shirebrook North”. Original condition with some fading and damage to the bottom edge approx 6in. long. The M.P. refers to the long closed LD&ECR Market Place station in Chesterfield and you wont find much from there that is marked! 32.5in. long. SOLD FOR
264 An extremely rare NER or LNER Barometer originally located in the Dock Master’s Office at West Hartlepool (now the historic quay). The barometer is housed in a protective oak case with door and glass viewing panel the hinges of which are marked “LNER”. The barometer is by Negretti & Zambra and feature porcelain graduated description plates either side of the mercury tube. The dockmaster at one time was Captain A. Kirk. a rare opportunity to acquire a most unusual railway item. 44.5in. tall. SOLD FOR
265 Barry Railway Permanent Way Dept. 3 aspect Handlamp clearly marked “B.R.P.W” and bears an old “GWR Plymouth (Mill Bay) luggage label to the body side. Presumably a staff transfer from South Wales. A typical Welsh Valleys style lamp complete and in ex-service condition. SOLD FOR
266 Carriage Print “Grimsby, Lincolnshire” by E.T. Holding from the LNER 1945 – 47 series. In an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
267 Cast aluminium Diesel Depot Plaque for Sheffield Tinsley as carried by the Class 47 DE Locomotive No. 47214. This is the original design for Tinsley. The plaque was damaged across the bottom bolt hole when removed from the loco but was repaired by Depot staff before being sold at their open day on 27/4/1996. SOLD FOR
268 Brass cased Signal Box “Track Clear” Banner Repeating Instrument with brass plate “Up Fast Line” and on its wooden back panel. SOLD FOR
269 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “9D” (Buxton then Newton Heath). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
270 BR(NE) double royal letterpress Poster “Diesel Excursion to Darlington, Middlesbrough and Newcastle from Leeds, Bradford, Otley, Harrogate, Ripon etc. V.g.c. with folds only. SOLD FOR
271 A Pair of Great Western Railway brass Locomotive Whistles (large and small) in good unrestored condition. SOLD FOR
272 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station or Signal Box Door Plate “Private”. A re-touched right hand chip otherwise v.g.c. with good colour and shine. SOLD FOR
273 LNER ‘Kesick’ ware elegant china Coffee Pot with matching lid, Cream Jug and Sugar Bowl by Alfred Meakin. All are base marked and bear the thistles decoration to denote Scottish pattern. V.g.c. throughout. SOLD FOR
274 Edinburgh & Glasgow Railway 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “E & G Ry. 109” and brass plated “P&W McLennan Limited Glasgow”. Complete with original rape oil vessel also bearing the McLennans makers plate, all fittings and glasses. Unpainted. A rare handlamp. The E&GR merged into the North British Railway in August 1865. SOLD FOR
275 A Pack of Ephemera relating to the Coronation of HM Queen Elizabeth II 2nd. June 1953. Comprises BR train arrangement / alterations publication and an official souvenir programme. n/s
276 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “51231”. Face restored only. As carried by the LYR Class ‘0F’ 0-4-0ST built at Horwich in 1892. A Bank Hall engine in BR days it was w/d in June 1959 and cut up at Horwich. SOLD FOR
277 “Waterloo / Weymouth” double sided small wooden Carriage Board in v.g.c. 31.25in. long. n/s
278 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “34A” (Kings Cross). Face restored only a while ago. SOLD FOR
279 “South Eastern & Chatham Railway Companies Managing Committee” fully titled cast iron Weak Bridge Notice with nine lines of text. V.g.c. and face restored only. 30x18in. SOLD FOR
280 BR(Sc) half flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Corkerhill”, minor edge wear and the light blue slightly grainy but good shine. A location well known for its 67A Motive Power Depot. SOLD FOR
281 Great Northern and London & North Western Joint Committee (LNE and LMS) fully titled Train Departures & Arrivals Time Table Melton Mowbray July to Sept. 1928. Some tears and pasted onto a backing board. 25x17in. o/all. SOLD FOR
282 Cast iron Locomotive Tender Plate “BRIB 1150 1955” as attached to a 9F Class 2-10-0. 8×5.75in. In the number range 92020 – 29 / 92060 – 66 / 92097 – 99. Ex-loco condition. SOLD FOR
283 Large landscape format official Album containing over 200 line drawings of steam locomotives of the LNER and absorbed pre-grouping companies. All are fully dimensioned and complete with specification data. Some drawings bear the official LNER Doncaster or Gorton ink stamp. Album must be viewed to see how many locos the LNER had or inherited. Good condition. 20x10in. SOLD FOR
284 BR(W) flangeless enamel Sign “No Exit”. A chip to the top edge. Very good colour and shine. 15x15in. n/s
285 BR plastic cased modular Signal Box Block Instrument with Dymo tape labels “Down Block”, “Up Block” and “Fulbourn Block”. Complete with bell and tapper. V.g.c. The box was east of Cambridge. SOLD FOR
286 “L&NWR 1B” oval cast iron Bridge Numberplate. Unrestored. SOLD FOR
287 Oval cast brass Locomotive Worksplate “Hudswell Clarke & Co. Ltd. Railway Foundry Leeds, England DM1213 1960”. Unpainted 8.25×4.1in. and screwed to a polished wooden backing board. SOLD FOR
288 BR Class 9F 2-10-0 brass Locomotive Whistle complete with valve and operating lever. V.g.c. 14.5in. tall. SOLD FOR
289 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway small china Milk / Cream Jug. Face marked with the “L&Y” shield shaped device. V.g.c. 3.25in. tall. Together with a similarly marked china Saucer in very good condition. (2). SOLD FOR
290 “LM & S North West Lancs Dist. Ambulance Challenge Shield”. Impressive silver plated presentation shield on an oak panel with 21 smaller winners shields around dating from 1934 including Fleetwood Loco, Blackpool Loco, Lostock Hall, Preston Goods and Horwich Works. V.g.c. 29.5x24in. o/all. SOLD FOR
291 Great Northern Railway Road Motor Lamp clearly marked “GNR” in the chimney. A scarce lamp complete with integral vessel, all fittings and lenses. V.g.c. and restored. n/s
292 BR(E) or possibly LNER enamel Sign “Taxi Stand this side of road” in its original painted wooden frame. V.g.c. 39.5×12.25in. o/all. SOLD FOR
293 Midland Railway cast iron “Switch” Sign ex-Matlock. V.g.c. and restored. 34x14in. SOLD FOR
294 Original Invitation Card for the opening of the Tower Bridge June 30th. 1894 by H.R.H. The Prince of Wales. To the Mayor of Loughborough. A lavish coloured highly ornamental card befitting the grand occasion for this iconic structure. In a glazed wooden frame with some damage to the bottom member, the card undamaged but would benefit from a light clean. 12.5×9.25in. o/all. A scarce survivor. SOLD FOR
295 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “67A” (Corkerhill, Glasgow). Face restored only a while ago. SOLD FOR
296 Great Western Railway double dial (master and slave) mahogany cased Clock from Taplow station. Both 12in. dials re-written “BR” with 24 hour numerals. The clock has a fine chain driven fusee movement with drive to the slave face. It retains its original “GWR 598” ivorine plate and is in good condition complete with a display stand, pendulum and key. SOLD FOR
297 Two LNER Drinking Glasses: A 4.25in. tall fluted base tumbler and a very delicate 8in. tall pedestal glass. Both face etched with the ornate intertwined initials and in v.g.c. (2). SOLD FOR
298 Oval cast brass Locomotive Worksplate “LMS Built 1925 Horwich”. Face restored only. The left bolt hole slightly torch damaged. Locos built that year were Class 4P 4-4-0 Compounds (4)1115 – 30 and (LYR) Class 5 4-6-0’s Nos. 10471 – 74. SOLD FOR
299 North Staffordshire Railway 3 aspect Handlamp with a tall neck. Stamped “N.S.Ry. Grange Guction Eturria” (sic) in the body and “N.S.Ry” in aspect drum. Complete with “NSR” vessel, all fittings and glasses and unpainted. SOLD FOR
300 Cast brass Locomotive Nameplate “City of St. Albans”. Face restored only. 75.5in. long. As carried by the LMS ‘Coronation’ Class Pacific No. 46253 built at Crewe in1946. A Camden and Crewe North engine in BR days, it was withdrawn in June 1963 & cut up at Crewe. n/s