October 2021 Lots 263-304

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Lots 263 – 284 Closing time Tuesday October 19th 4.00pm tel. 01949 21105
263 BR(Sc) quad royal pictorial Poster “Service to Industry” by Alisdair MacFarlane. Diesel shunters at work by the huge ore discharging plant at General Terminus Quay, Glasgow. Very light folds only. sold for
264 LMS & LNER quad royal pictorial Poster “The World Famous Scottish Expresses” by Brian de Grineau 1939. Sub titled “The Royal Scot Euston to Edinburgh” and “The Flying Scotsman King’s Cross to Edinburgh”. The classic image of the two trains at speed with a backdrop of Edinburgh Castle. Edge nicks top right and bottom left and folds otherwise v.g.c. sold for
265 Circular cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “North British Locomotive Coy. Ltd. Hyde Park Works Glasgow 1918 No. 21835”. As carried by the R.O.D. 2-8-0 No. 1858 which became LNER Class 04 No. 6271 and BR No. 63765. A Colwick and Langwith Loco it was w/d in Oct. 1964 and cut up at Darlington. The plate is 7.75in. dia. and lightly face polished only. sold for
266 “Omega Cyma Tissot Watches” small pictorial enamel Sign featuring a wrist watch. Two restored edge chips mainly to the background. In a wooden frame 14.5×10.25in. o/all. sold for
267 LNER cast iron Station Platform Seat Nameplate “Coxwold”. V.g.c. and face restored only. 25.75in. long. A former NER North Yorkshire station between Pilmoor and Ampleforth closed in June 1958. sold for
268 Four LMS cotton Damask Napkins bearing the Seahorse device to the centres as used at the Midland Hotel, Morecambe. V.g.c. with folds only. (4). sold for
269 Southern Railway cast iron Beware of Trains Notice, LSWR pattern. Unrestored. sold for
270 LNER ‘Kesick’ pattern square china Ashtray. Top marked with the company script initials and base marked “Property of the London & North Eastern Railway”. V.g.c. sold for
271 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “86F” (Tondu then Aberbeeg). Restored a while ago. sold for
272 Reproduction white glass “Shellmex” Petrol Pump Globe with the “Shellmex” lettering embossed in red to both faces. V.g.c. sold for
273 Great Eastern Railway cast iron Crossing Gate Numberplate “23”. A nice chunky plate face restored only. Octagonal 6×3.75in. sold for
274 Carriage Print “St. Helier, Jersey” by Claude Buckle from the Southern Region 1956 series. A couple of very light creases and light staining to lower left margin. An uncommon print though. RS
275 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Number Plate “64384” as carried by the ex-GCR J11 Class 0-6-0 built by Yorkshire Engine Co. (768 of 1904). A Staveley engine it was w/d June 1961 and cut up at Gorton. The plate bears other Class numbers cast in the back and has welded repair to a break between ‘3’ and ‘8’. sold for
276 “Built 1958 Crewe” cast iron Locomotive Works Plate as carried by the BR Class 08 DE 0-6-0 Shunter No. 08362 formerly D3432. W/d March 1982 and cut up at Swindon. Restored. sold for
277 “BR LMR Altrincham North” rolled coloured Signal Box Diagram dated August 1945. Shows the lines from Chester and to Navigation Rd. station. A fine diagram in v.g.c. 52.5×25.25in. sold for
278 Great Northern Railway of Ireland large copper Signal Lamp Case stamped “GNR(I)”. A nice example in v.g.c. 19in. tall. sold for
279 “GN & GE” cast iron Boundary Post, GNR pattern with the initials recessed into the top. 34in. tall. No base foot. Restored a while ago. sold for
280 Aluminium Miniature Single Line Staff “Castletown – Mullingar”. V.g.c. The first section of the former MGWR route to Athlone. sold for
281 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “6C” (Birkenhead then Croes Newydd). Restored both sides. sold for
282 Great Western Railway cast iron “SW” Sound Whistle Sign. Face restored only. sold for
283 London & North Western Railway Locomotive Gauge Glass Lamp stamped “LNWR” in the body, the brass cap and the original rape oil vessel. Complete with bevelled front glass and all fittings. sold for
284 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Look-Out Man’s brass Warning Horn clearly marked “L.Y.R.”. V.g.c. and working order 10.5in. long. sold for
Lots 285 – 304 Closing time Tuesday October 19th 4.00pm tel. 01949 21106
285 Furness Railway “67” oval cast iron Bridge Number Plate. Unrestored. sold for
286 Rectangular cast aluminium Locomotive Builders Plate “British Railways Built by The English Electric Co. Ltd. Vulcan Works 1965 No. 3468 / E314 Electrical Equipment by Associated Electrical Industries & The English Electric Co. Ltd. Restored 8.5×6.5in. Small piece broken from lower right corner bonded back on. As carried by the Class 86 OHWE No. 86007 (Formerly E3176). sold for
287 “L&NWR Co. 1” oval cast iron Bridge Numberplate. Face restored only. sold for
288 Chromed cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “The English Electric Company No. 2876 / D592. 1961. The Vulcan Foundry Ltd. Locomotive Works, England”. As carried by the Class 37 Loco No. 37013, formerly D6713, new to Stratford. Restored 10.1×4.5in. sold for
289 LNER double sided enamel Station Lamp Sign “Filey Holiday Camp”. Much restoration but presentable. The station opened in 1946 for Butlin’s visitors and closed in Sept. 1977. sold for
290 “Great Central Ry. Trespassers on this Property will be Prosecuted”. Unrestored. sold for
291 Small wooden cased Signal Box Instrument by R.E. Thompson & Co. Metal face with a pivoting disc which gives access to a chromed push button. V.g.c. 4.1×4.1×3.5in. deep. RS
292 LNER cast iron Platform Seat Back Nameplate “Milnathort” still within a 43in. length of seat back wooden rail cut down from the rotted original. Complete with both original cast iron seat end supports each with sections of the original cut down boards secured to them. The seatback is in v.g.c. 35.5in. long and is a former NBR station south west of Perth closed in June 1964. A nice opportunity for someone to re-create an original NBR bench to the length of their choice. sold for
293 An official Eastleigh Works Photograph of the LSWR ‘N15’ Class 4-6-0 Locomotive and Tender No. 736 designed by R.W. Urie and depicted in Works Grey livery with lining out. The engine was later a member of the ‘King Arthur’ Class and named “Excalibur”. A fine photograph in its original glazed frame with title mount. 31×22.75in. o/all. sold for
294 “Lancashire & Yorkshire & Great Northern Raily Cos” fully titled cast iron Trespass Notice in v.g.c. and face restored only. 32x23in. A rare sign from Knottingley station or possibly from one of the Halifax Joint Lines. sold for
295 Three First Class leather Passes: GWR 1936 – 37, Southern Railway 1935 – 36 and Great Southern Railways (Ireland) 1935-36. All granted to Mr. H.B. Povee of the Pennsylvania Railroad. V.g.c. (3). RS
296 Original Painting by Joe Townend G.R.A. depicting a WD 2-8-0 No. 90417 heading a train of mineral wagons somewhere along the Calder Valley. An impressive view, oil on canvas and framed ready to hang. 31.5x25in. o/all. RS
297 “LNER 182” oval cast iron Bridge Numberplate mounted on original metal pole. Unrestored sold for
298 Carriage Print “High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire” by W. Fairclough from the LNER 1945 – 47 series. V.g.c. and in an original glazed frame. sold for
299 Pressed aluminium Road Sign “Road Narrows”. Good ex-roadside condition. sold for
300 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate “42420”. Face restored only. As carried by the LMS Class 4 2-6-4T built at Derby in 1933. Early BR it was at Greenock moving south to Stoke, Shrewsbury and finally Tebay from where it was w/d in May 1962 and cut up at Derby. sold for
301 LNER Van Lamp with two brass plates “LNER Stratford 149” and “Breakdown Van”. Complete with vessel, LNER burner and red bullseye lens. Side door secured by a chained peg. V.g.c. and restored. sold for
302 Great Southern & Western Railway of Ireland Locomotive Headlamp with copper location plate “Fermoy”. Two aspect and complete with red glass, later “C.I.E.” vessel, burner, bullseye lens and all fittings. V.g.c. and unpainted. sold for
303 Brass faced steel Single Line Tablet inscribed “Camelford – Port Isaac Road 25” and stamped “Not in use”. V.g.c. A section of the long winding branch from Halwill Jct to Padstow closed in October 1966. sold for
304 Vesta Match Case with original label “North Eastern Railway Hotels York Hull and Newcastle”. V.g.c. with ample remains of original gilded finish. sold for

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