October 2021 lots 48-88

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Lots 48 – 69 Monday October 18th 3.00pm tel. 01949 21105
48 GNR ‘short’ pattern cast iron Trespass Notice in fine ex-lineside condition. sold for
£110
49 “Great Central & Great Northern Railways Nottingham Victoria Station Timetable from November 1921”. Superb condition and presented in a glazed frame 33x23in. o/all. sold for
£130
50 BR cast brass Whistle as fitted to the Standard Class Locomotives. Complete with valve and lever embossed “YM3”. V.g.c. and lightly polished. 14.5in. tall o/all. sold for
£230
51 Oval cast aluminium Locomotive Builders Plate “Brush Traction England No. 182 1960”. As carried by the Diesel Electric Class 31 No. 31164, formerly D5582. Cleaned and face restored only. 9.5×5.6in. sold for
£680
52 Midland Railway” marked Spring Balance by Salter’s calibrated to 80lbs for weighing parcels only. Nicely polished and in working order. The brass face plate is 11in. long. sold for
£45
53 LNER cast iron Station Seatback Nameplate “Castleton”. Very good condition cleaned and unrestored. 32in. long. A former NER North Yorkshire station between Grosmont and Battersby. sold for
£300
54 North Eastern Railway General Purpose Handlamp. Back plated with “NER” brass oval. Top handle stamped “NER”. Complete with “LNE D2” vessel, all fittings and glasses. V.g.c. and unrestored. sold for
£60
55 “Great Northern Railway Beware of Trains. Look both up and down the line before you cross” cast iron Notice. Original fixing bolt heads still in place. Ex-lineside condition. sold for
£70
56 BR(S) fully flanged enamel Doorplate “Private”. One screwhole chip re-touched otherwise flange wear only. Good colour and shine. sold for
£110
57 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “40A” (Lincoln). Restored a while ago. sold for
£60
58 Original Painting by the prominent transport artist Michael Jeffries depicting an engine shed interior with two 9F locos, a V2 and a B1 around a turntable which looks like York. A very competent image in oil on canvas and framed 31x21in. o/all. Ready to hang. RS
59 “GN & GE 94” oval cast iron Bridge Numberplate. Face restored only. From a structure at Misterton. sold for
£70
60 Carriage Print “Richmond, Yorkshire” by Jack Merriott from the 1948 – 55 series. A tear to the lower left margin and in an original type glazed frame. RS
61 Oval cast iron LNER ‘9×5’ Locomotive Works Numberplate “London & North Eastern Railway 5177 Gorton Works 1901”. Face painted only. As carried by the ex-GCR J11 0-6-0 BR No. 64354. The loco was the last of the class in service and in Oct. 1962 headed a LCGB East Midlands Rail Tour. It was w/d the same month from Retford and cut up at Gorton. sold for
£520
62 Cast brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate “102” as carried by the LMS Northern Counties Committee ‘W’ Class 2-6-0 Tender Engine with 6’-0” driving wheels introduced between 1933 & 1942. A fine cabside cleaned and lightly polished otherwise ex-loco condition front and back. sold for
£680
63 GNR large 3 aspect Handlamp brass plated “London & North Eastern Railway Abbotts Ripton 5” complete with all fittings and glasses, “For Petroleum Only” plate to top and restored. An ECML location between Peterborough and Huntingdon. Closed in Sept. 1958. sold for
£270
64 LNWR pattern Platform Wall Lamp marked “L(M)S” behind the chimney. Complete with “LMS” vessel, burner, glass chimney and all glasses. V.g.c. and restored. 26in. tall o/all. sold for
£230
65 One Engine In Steam Single Line Staff inscribed “Stokesley and Battersby”. Tubular with wooden handle. A section of the former NER line from Picton through Potto closed to passengers in June 1954. sold for
£300
66 Large Webb & Thompson Single Line Staff “St. Johnston – Strabane”. A section of the former GNR(I) Dundalk – Londonderry Route. RS
67 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “9D” (Buxton then Newton Heath). Unrestored. sold for
£80
68 “M & GN 85” oval cast iron Bridge Numberplate from a rolled joist overbridge at Shereford near Fakenham. Unrestored. RS
69 Corris Railway Locomotive Headlamp. Cleaned otherwise unrestored with original paintwork including “CR” initials to the chimney. Complete and in v.g.c. The narrow gauge line ran from Machynlleth to Aberllefeni and closed in Jan. 1931. sold for
£1550
Lots 70 – 88 Closing time Monday October 18th 3.00pm tel. 01949 21106
70 Great Central Railway oval cast iron Wagon Plate “To Carry 10 tons Built 1920”. Face restored only a while ago. 10x6in. sold for
£110
71 Oval cast iron Locomotive Builders Plate “F.C. Hibberd & Co. Ltd. Planet Loco No. 2175 London NW10”. Ex-loco condition 12×7.5in. As carried by a New Zealand Public Works Dept. Loco then to Keniere – Hokitika Sawmilling Co., Westland. Finally to Fletcher’s Ltd. Ruatapa. RS
72 Rolled paper Track Diagrams “GWR Congresbury Station”. 59x24in. & “GWR Yatton Station” also shows the branch coming in from Wells. 95x18in. Both drawn at 40ft to 1 inch. (2). sold for
£110
73 Rolled linen Plan “Peterborough East G.E. Section” drawn at 41.6ft to 1 inch colour coded to show usage by the different pre-group companies. 69×25.5in. RS
74 Great Northern Railway all copper Platform Wall Lamp Case. V.g.c. and currently glazed with figured glass. 18in. tall. sold for
£200
75 Southern Railway Marine Dept. silver plated Cake Stand by Elkington top marked with the title scroll and SR house flag. V.g.c. 10in. dia. x 5.25in. tall. sold for
£320
76 Rectangular cast brass Locomotive Builders Plate “Sir W. G. Armstrong Whitworth & Co. (Engineers) Ltd. Scotswood Works Newcastle-on-Tyne No. 1355 1936”. Face restored only 8.25x5in. As carried by the LMS ‘Black 5’ 4-6-0 No. 45300 w/d from Holyhead in Dec. 1965 and cut up at Cashmore’s, Great Bridge. sold for
£160
77 BR(E) enamel Station Running-in-Sign “Oakington”. V.g.c. 97x20in. Screwed to a wooden backing frame. A former GER station on the Cambridge – St. Ives line closed in Oct. 1970. Buyer to collect from Talisman storage unit. sold for
£640
78 Pair of tinplate Wagon Stencils “Empty to Tunstead Peak Forest L.M.R.” 29.5×7.75in and “Briggs Sidings Hindlow L.M.R” 19.75×7.75in. Unusual items in v.g.c. (2). sold for
£110
79 Pair of Signal Repeater Instruments: “Down Line Train In Section / Train Approaching” brass cased example on its wooden mount and a track circuit “T.C. 10323” Bakelite cased example on its metal bracket. Both v.g.c. (2). sold for
£40
80 Great Southern & Western Railway 3 aspect Handlamp. Top stamped “GSWR”. Body brass plated “Banteer 5” and also stamped with the same. Complete with “C.I.E” vessel, all fittings and glasses. V.g.c. and unpainted. RS
81 Great Eastern Railway untitled “Beware of the Trains” cast iron Notice. Face restored only a while ago. sold for
£90
82 Cast brass Locomotive Nameplate “Coldstreamer” as carried by the LNER ‘V2’ Class 2-6-2 No. 4844, BR No. 60873 built at Doncaster Works in 1939 (Works No. 1899). The engine was named with much ceremony by Major General Sir Cecil Pereira of the Coldstream Guards at Kings Cross Station on 20th. June 1939. It was allocated to Kings Cross for 12 years before moving to Edinburgh St. Margaret’s in 1951. Withdrawal from there came in Dec. 1962 followed by cutting up at Cowlairs Works in Oct. 1963. A one piece casting the plate measures 54×15.6in overall and is in ex-service condition as purchased direct from BR by our vendor in 1964 and has been in his ownership ever since. A very scarce plate from a Class of only eight named members (only five regiments). This choice and stunning nameplate will be sold to the highest bidder acceptable to Talisman. We will also consider offers of exchange / part exchange involving other significant railwayana items to assist anyone wishing to enhance their collection with this magnificent plate. under
offers
83 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “62A” (Thornton). Face restored only. RS
84 Midland Railway engraved brass Signal Box Signal Lever Plate “Down Slow Distant To Wirksworth”. Reverse inscribed “Points Up Goods & Thro’ Rd”. V.g.c. Wirksworth, terminus of the branch from Duffield closed in June 1947. sold for
£110
85 “L&NWR Co. 25D” oval cast iron Bridge Numberplate. Face restored only. RS
86 Carriage Print “St. Ives, Huntingdonshire” by Francis R. Flint from the 1948 – 55 series. V.g.c. and in an original type glazed frame. RS
87 BR(E) fully flanged enamel Sign “This car park is for rail passengers only. All cars parked here must be paid for at the ticket office. V.g.c. with fine colour and shine. 30x18in. sold for
£360
88 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “31B” (March). Face restored only. sold for
£80

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