October 2022 Lots 51 – 100

SAT 15th October 2022 – Gartell Light Railway,
Templecombe, Somerset BA8 0NB
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51 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “84C” (Banbury, finally Truro). Unrestored. SOLD FOR
52 Original Painting by Associate Guild of Railway Artists Member Joe Townend depicting 92220 “Evening Star” emerging from Chilcompton Tunnel on the S&DJR. Oil on canvas 24x18in. Unframed. SOLD FOR
53 An unusual cast gunmetal / bronze Disc. 8.75in. dia. ornately engraved “Stroudley’s Patent 414 Revolutions – 60 miles an hour”. Purpose unknown but William Stroudley was Loco Superintendant to the LB&SCR between 1870 and 1889 so the piece may have some locomotive attribution. Lightly polished only. SOLD FOR
54 Cast iron Locomotive Smokebox Number Plate “42104” as carried by the Class 4P 2-6-4T. Built at Crewe in 1951 and allocated to Tunbridge Wells. It was w/d from Birkenhead in Sept. 1965 and cut up at Cashmores, Great Bridge. SOLD FOR
55 GWR 1947 Pattern Signal Box Permissive Block Instrument in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
56 “South African Railways Suid Afrikaanse Spoorwee E.242 4E” cast brass Locomotive Cabside Numberplate as carried by a Class 4E Electric. Unpainted with traces of red. SOLD FOR
57 Great Western Railway 3in x 3in glazed ceramic Wall Tiles recovered from Wilton North station which closed in September 1955. Each tile is back marked “GWR England”. There are 9 complete tiles and a further 8 broken in half. Probably from the waiting room fireplace. SOLD FOR
58 SER type 3 aspect Handlamp complete with all fittings and glasses and in v.g.c. SOLD FOR
59 Two Signal Box Bell Push Plunger Instruments. A brass example together with one in a resin case with brass knob. V.g.c. (2). SOLD FOR
60 BR(W) fully flanged enamel Station Totem Sign “Stourbridge Junction”. Flange wear only, very good colour and shine. A former GWR station between Dudley and Kidderminster. SOLD FOR
61 Small cast iron Coach Plate “WXQ”. 5×2.5in. from a passenger vehicle prohibited from working over the Weymouth Quay Branch. SOLD FOR
62 Two “SE&CR” marked cast iron Signal Box Levers. SOLD FOR
63 “Somerset & Dorset Joint Line” cast iron Trespass Notice. This example is in ex-lineside Western Region paintwork. SOLD FOR
64 A stained wooden Box with a hardwood knob which rotates a spool marked with locations viewed through a slot. A very old label is written “J.T. Osdevine Signal Fitter” and the locations viewed total 20 in the Bournemouth area including Hinton Admiral, Bournemouth West, Hurn and Avon Lodge. The last two closed in Sept. 1935. A most unusual item of SR / LSWR vintage. 7×3.75inx2.8in. deep. SOLD FOR
65 Cast aluminium Locomotive Nameplate “William Cookworthy” as carried by the BR Type 3 Class 37DE No. 37675 previously 37164 and D6864. The loco was built by English Electric / Robert Stephenson & Hawthorns in August 1963 and named in May 1987. As the name implies she was a very popular West Country china clay locomotive. The nameplate is 73in. long, in ex-loco condition and is accompanied by the EWS certificate of authenticity. SOLD FOR
66 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “74D” (Tonbridge). BR(S) Eastleigh triangle to back. Ex-locomotive condition. SOLD FOR
67 A signed limited edition Print of a painting by Terence Cuneo depicting the Merchant Navy Class Pacific “Port Line” at the head of an express. This is print no. 754/850 signed by the artist. In a glazed frame with card mount 32x27in. o/all. SOLD FOR
68 Taff Vale Railway 3 aspect Corrugated Handlamp. Large brass plate to body “Taff Vale Railway Company manufactured by Messenger & Sons Birmingham” and a replacement “Messengers Patent Corrugated Lamp” plate. Complete with all fittings and glasses and unpainted. Scarce. SOLD FOR
69 Carriage Print “Horstead Mill, Coltishall, Norfolk” by J.Fletcher Watson from the LNER 1945 – 47 series. An uncommon print with creasing to lower left corner. In an original type glazed frame. SOLD FOR
70 Southern Railway enamel Station Target Sign “Ryde Esplanade”. Re-touching mainly to perimeter and with very good colour and shine. A former Isle of Wight LSWR & LBSCR Joint station closed in Jan 1967 and re-opened in March 1967. SOLD FOR
71 GWR untitled cast iron Gate Notice in unrestored condition. SOLD FOR
72 British Railways aluminium Station Sign “Maiden Newton” with flanges top and bottom. Ex-station condition 38×21.5in. A former GWR station between Yeovil and Dorchester. SOLD FOR
73 Southern Railway large Brighton pattern 4 aspect Handlamp. Top and body stamped “SR” with “B” in a diamond. Complete with original part copper vessel with “B” diamond, all glasses and restored. SOLD FOR
74 Brass face steel Single Line Tablet inscribed “Corfe – Swanage” from the former LSWR brach line from Wareham originally closed in Jan. 1972. SOLD FOR
75 SR / LSWR cast iron Notice “Stop Look & Listen Before Crossing The Line”. In unrestored condition. Note this version with commas thought used in the London area. (See lot 485). SOLD FOR
76 Cast iron Shedplate “82G” (Templecombe). Unrestored. SOLD FOR
77 ‘0’ Gauge GWR ‘57XX’ Class 0-6-0PT No. 3716 by Dapol. As new condition in original box with all packaging. SOLD FOR
78 ‘0’ Gauge GWR ‘14XX’ Class 0-4-2T. No. 1432 by Springside Models. One set of footsteps (present) require re-fitting otherwise v.g.c. in original box. SOLD FOR
79 London & South Western Railway mahogany cased 8in. Wall Clock. The dial is re-written “L.S.W.R. Jno. Walker 1 South Molton St. London 7199”. The case back stamped “7199SW”. The fusee movement has been overhauled. Records show that it was originally located in the Clerks Office, Exeter Central then transferred to the Foreman’s Office at Exmouth Junction Engine Shed. A fine little clock complete with pendulum and key. SOLD FOR
80 London Transport plastic Lapel Badge “Fuel Watcher Heat. Light. Power.” A scarce badge in v.g.c. complete with pin back. SOLD FOR
81 GWR and SR quad royal pictorial Poster titled “Weymouth and District Frequent Express Trains and Cheap Fares”. Shows an area Abbotsbury to Wool (west to east) and Dorchester to Portland Bill (north to south). Laid on hardboard and clear sealed. Framed 51.5×41.5in. o/all. SOLD FOR
82 Southern Railway cast iron Bridge Number Plate “41”. Unrestored. SOLD FOR
83 South Eastern & Chatham Railway small General Purpose Handlamp. Stamped in the rear “SE&CR” and with a polished “SRA” plate to the top. Complete with “SE&CR” rape oil vessel, all fittings and glass. SOLD FOR
84 Southern Railway enamel Station Target Sign “Templecombe”. Enamel losses as per photo but a restoration opportunity. A former LSWR Main Line station also associated with S&DJR trains to Bath and Bournemouth. SOLD FOR
85 Great Western Railway cast iron Boundary Post Top dated 1902. Much more manageable without the post! SOLD FOR
86 “L&SWR Co. 9113 Eastleigh Works” large oval cast iron Wagon Plate. Nicely restored. SOLD FOR
87 Two Menus from the GWR Tregenna Castle Hotel, St. Ives, Cornwall with different pencil sketches of the property by Charles Mayo. Supper menu Feb 19th. 1933 and Luncheon menu Sept. 7th. 1935. In matching glazed frames with card mounts. SOLD FOR
88 Great Western Railway engraved brass Signal Box Shelf Plate “Farnham Road Relief Line”. V.g.c. 4.75×1.5in. SOLD FOR
89 Great Western Railway cast iron Locomotive Cabside Number Plate “5526” in unrestored condition. As carried by the 2-6-2 Tank Loco based at Truro for most of the BR period. It was w/d from Westbury in June 1962 and sent to Woodhams, Barry Dock. SOLD FOR
90 East Kent Railway “Shut This Gate” cast iron Notice in fine unrestored condition. 17.75in. long. SOLD FOR
91 Cast aluminium full size Works Pattern Nameplate “Stroudley Remembrance Class”. An item of some age and accuracy in v.g.c. 45.25in. long. The original nameplate was carried by the Southern Railway N15X Class Loco. No. 32332. SOLD FOR
92 Carriage print “West Mill, Hertfordshire” by Claude Muncaster from the LNER 1945 – 47 series. A scarce print with some damage and staining to lower left corner. In an original glazed frame with toughened glass. n/s
93 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “75C” (Norwood Junction). BR(S) Eastleigh triangle to the back. Unrestored. SOLD FOR
94 BR period folding card Menus from the named Western Expresses: “The Cambrian Coast Express / Capital United Express / The Merchant Venturer / The Cornishman / The Red Dragon Express / Pembroke Coast Express”. 6no. in good condition with colourful covers. SOLD FOR
95 BR(W) Home enamel Signal Blade. V.g.c. Small size 36in. long. SOLD FOR
96 London & South Western Railway 3 aspect Handlamp with modified SR lens cone. Brass “L&SWR Co” plate to body and stamped “L&SWR” top and body. Complete and restored. SOLD FOR
97 London Transport RT Routemaster Country Bus enamel Radiator Plate in excellent condition. 6×5.5in. SOLD FOR
98 “The Urban District Council of Havant & Waterloo” heavy cast aluminium Trespass Notice which informs of the danger of the live rails of the Southern Railway Company. dated August 1937. A most unusual sign with weld repair not apparent on the face. SOLD FOR
99 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “86C” (Cardiff Canton then Hereford). Face restored only. SOLD FOR
100 S&DJR Permanent Way Dept. Trolley Lamp. Body is stamped “S&DJR” and the top is brass plated “Edington Junc. Per Way 3”. Matching oval brass plates to top and vessel “Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway A60”. Further brass plate to the body side “Jones Pat. No. 26484 Nov. 15/10”. Complete, v.g.c. and a scarce lamp. SOLD FOR
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