November 2023 Lots 301-350

Cedric Ford Pavilion, Newark Showground, Lincoln Rd, NG24 2NY
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301 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “90410”. Face restored only a while ago. As carried by the WD 2-8-0 allocated to Mexborough mainly, finally w/d from Doncaster and cut up by Draper’s, Hull. SOLD FOR
302 Great Western Railway double royal pictorial Poster “London” by Frank Mason depicting a view across the Thames to St. Paul’s Cathedral. Good condition with no folds. SOLD FOR
303 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “75D” (Horsham then Stewarts Lane). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
304 London Brighton & South Coast Railway Tyers mahogany cased double line two position Semaphore Signal Box Block Instrument. V.g.c. SOLD FOR
305 LNER cast brass ‘9×5’ Locomotive Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway Darlington Works 1929” with its brass “62730” number strip (torch enlargement holes. The original ground off number “2730” still clear. Cleaned only. As carried by the D49 Class 4-4-0 “Berkshire”. A Carlisle loco until moving south to York and finally Selby. It was w/d Dec. 1958 and cut up at Darlington. SOLD FOR
306 London & South Western Railway cast iron Bridge Numberplate “72”. Restored. SOLD FOR
307 GNR Crossing Gate Lamp with large copper plates “Old Leake” and “Down Side South” and a brass plate “Great Northern Railway No. 28961”. Complete with two red bullseye lenses and the gate mounting rod which has been incorporated within a wooden base to allow the lamp to freestand for display. The location is north east of Boston. SOLD FOR
308 Four matching Albums of BR Diesel Locos and Trains in the West Country and Scotland. Mostly 9x6in format, good quality and all annotated. Some very interesting images and well worth a look. SOLD FOR
309 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Godley Junction”. A restored chip to the first ’O’. A former GCR station on the Guide Bridge – Penistone line. SOLD FOR
310 BR(W) fully flanged enamel Station Sign “Refreshments”. 60x12in. Small re-touched chips to the lettering, good colour and shine. SOLD FOR
311 Two USSR Railways “CCCP” Coach Plates. One is in cast iron, the other cast aluminium distinguished by slightly different painting patterns. Both restored. (2). SOLD FOR
312 “L&Y & L&NWR Co.” small silver plated Tot by Collis & Co. Regent St. London. The company initials face inscribed in a belted garter around a maple leaf. 2.25in. tall and v.g.c. From the Irish Steam Ship Services. SOLD FOR
313 BR(W) aluminium Single Line Key “Tolcarne Jct – Shepherds” with remains of original yellow paint. From the Newquay – Perranporth line closed to passengers in Feb. 1963. SOLD FOR
314 London Transport enamel Station Frieze Sign “Lancaster Gate” together with “Central Line” extension. Both ex-station condition. (2). SOLD FOR
315 Cast brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “South African Railways Suid Afrikaanse Spoorwee 4117 GMAM”. Face restored only as carried by the 4-8-2 + 2-8-4 Garrett built by Beyer Peacock (7832 of 1957) sub-contracted to the North British Loco Co. (Wks No. 27775). SOLD FOR
316 “LNER 2179” large oval cast iron Bridge Numberplate. Face restored only. A replacement plate from the former GER structure between Sturmer and Stoke on the Bartlow – Long Melford branch closed in March 1967. SOLD FOR
317 GER sliding knobs 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “GER Loco Dept” and brass plated “Engine 1010”. Also date stamped for 1921. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Back handle removed. Restored. SOLD FOR
318 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Sign “British Railways (in totem) Oldham Road Goods Depot General Offices”. Minor face chips only. Very good colour and shine. 33x27in. SOLD FOR
319 Engraved brass Locomotive Builders Plate “No. 2078 Darlington 1949”. As carried by the (LNER) B1 Class 4-6-0 No. 61356. A long term St. Margaret’s Edinburgh Loco it was w/d in July 1964 and cut up by McLennans, Langloan. SOLD FOR
320 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “12A” (Carlisle Kingmoor). Restored a while ago. SOLD FOR
321 LMS brass Locomotive Hooter Whistle of the style carried by 4MT Class 2-6-0’s. This example in ex-loco condition as carried by No. 43124. 16.75in. long o/all. SOLD FOR
322 BR(E) flangeless enamel Doorplate “Goods Agent”. A scarce doorplate in v.g.c. with fine colour and shine. SOLD FOR
323 Small oval cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “The Hunslet Engine Co. Ltd. Leeds No. 2250 – 1940”. Ex-loco condition 8x5in. As carried by the Diesel Mechanical named “Hunday” which worked at Yafford Mill, Shorwell, Isle of Wight. SOLD FOR
324 Caledonian Railway 3 aspect Bulpitt Patent Handlamp stamped “Caledonian 272B & 190A top and body and brass plated “Bowling Station No. 2”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Unpainted. n/s
325 Cast aluminium Crest as carried above the nameplate by the BR Class 45 DE Locomotive No. D67 / 45118 “The Royal Artilleryman” built at Crewe in 1962 and named in Sept. 1965. Fine ex-loco condition. SOLD FOR
326 A fine scale ‘0’ gauge electric 2 rail Model of LNER B17 Class 4-6-0 No. 2833 “Kimbolton Castle”. Nicely modelled, well detailed and finished in lined apple green LNER livery. 15.75in. long o/a buffers and comes with a purpose made carrying case. SOLD FOR
327 A fine scale ‘0’ gauge electric 2 rail Model of the Southern Railway C14 Class 0-4-0 Tank Locomotive. Finished in BR black livery as No. 30589. It is well constructed and detailed. 5.5in. long o/a buffers and comes with a wooden box. SOLD FOR
328 An ‘0’ gauge electric 2 rail Model of the BR Class 55 ‘Deltic’ Diesel Locomotive finished in the early two tone green livery numbered D9013 and named “The Black Watch”. The model is fitted with twin motors and is nicely detailed. 18.75in. long o/a buffers. SOLD FOR
329 Cast iron Notice “GW & L&NWR Jt. Rys Notice Any person omitting to shut & fasten this gate is liable to a penalty of forty shillings”. Face restored only a while ago. SOLD FOR
330 BR(M) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Preston”. Totems from this station are invariably poor and this example has been carefully re-painted to look very presentable. n/s
331 Oval cast brass Locomotive Worksplate “LMS Built 1938 Crewe”. Locos built that year were Coronation Pacifics Nos. 46225 – 46234, Class 3P 2-6-2T Nos. 40196 – 40209 and 8F 2-8-0’s Nos. 48096 & 97. SOLD FOR
332 Great Western Railway Station Ticket Cabinet in pine with brass fittings, some marked “GWR”. Complete and in v.g.c. and includes some non-GWR tickets. 30.5×11.75inx39in. tall. SOLD FOR
333 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “83D” (Plymouth Laira, then Exmouth Junction). Face restored only. n/s
334 Great Northern Railway mahogany cased 8 inch fusee Clock. The ex-service dial is written “LNER N 9587”. Originally GNR No. 277. The clock was located in the Coningsby station master’s office and is in fine condition complete with pendulum and key. Working order but may need adjustment for time keeping. SOLD FOR
335 Cast aluminium Locomotive Builders Plate “Beyer Peacock (Hymek) Ltd. Serial No. 7899 Manchester 1961 Diesel Engine Bristol Siddeley Coventry Transmission J. Stone & Co. Deptford”. 12.75x5in. Face restored, back cleaned. As carried by the Class 35 ‘Hymek’ Diesel Locomotive No. D7005. W/d July 1972 and cut up at Swindon. n/s
336 Signal Box Diagram “Reepham” between Lincoln and Market Rasen. In ex-box condition framed and on its aluminium mounting brackets. A framed photograph of Reepham station and signal box in GCR days accompanies the lot. SOLD FOR
337 LNER oval cast brass Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway 8865 Darlngton Works 1921” as carried by a tender allocated to a B16 Class 4-6-0 in number range 61423 – 33. SOLD FOR
338 A White Star Shipping Line brass Whistle manufactured by S. Auld Glasgow together with a Cunard White Star Tea Caddy Spoon with enamelled badge from the M.V. “Britannic”. (2). n/s
339 “GCR 288 (22)” cast iron Viaduct Plate in unrestored condition from the multi-arch structure on the southern approaches to Nottingham Victoria Station. SOLD FOR
340 An early small Poster “Isle of Man by the Royal Mail Steamers of the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company Ltd” showing sailings from Fleetwood and Liverpool and a vignette of a twin funnel paddle steamer. Very good condition for its age and in a glazed frame with card mount. 21.5×17.5in. o/all. SOLD FOR
341 Great Northern Railway General Purpose Handlamp by Sanderson Lamp Manufacturers Birmingham. Stamped “GNR” in the top and original vessel. Complete and in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
342 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “42975”. Restored. As carried by the LMS Class 5F 2-6-0 built at Crewe in 1934. Allocated to a number of depots in BR days it was w/d from Heaton Mersey in March 1966 and cut up by Cashmore’s, Great Bridge. SOLD FOR
343 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “74D” (Tonbridge). Unrestored. SOLD FOR
344 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway cast iron Sign “High Egborough”. V.g.c. and face restored only. 32x12in. n/s
345 “GNR Leen Valley Railways. Railway No. 1 & Branches Working Plan”. Nice colour washed folding linen in gold embossed titled covers with internal script annotation. Good condition. SOLD FOR
346 Cast brass Industrial Locomotive Numberplate “No.1” in fine original condition 17.25x8in. As carried by the 0-4-0ST built by the Yorkshire Engine Co. (2425 of 1947) which spent its working life at Workington Docks. Scrapped in the early 1990’s. SOLD FOR
347 Carriage Print “Harpenden Hertfordshire” by Ellis Silas from the LMR 1950 series. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
348 BR(Sc) fully flanged enamel Station Sign “To Platforms 1 & 2”. Flange chips mainly. Good colour and shine. 36x18in. SOLD FOR
349 Furness Railway oval cast iron Bridge Numberplate “16”. Unrestored and retaining FR Indian red paintwork to the back. SOLD FOR
350 Cast aluminium Locomotive Nameplate “The Queens Own Mercian Yeomanry” in fine ex-loco condition 65.5×17.5in. As carried by the Class 47 Diesel No. 47528 named by HM Queen Elizabeth II at Worcester Shrub Hill on 10th. November 1989. This was the last class 47 built at Crewe Works and the nameplate is accompanied by its official EWS certificate and photo of the naming ceremony. £3200