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Lot No. Image Description Price
93/65 Cast brass Locomotive Nameplate “Lord Rathmore”. Face restored only 34in. long. This is the left hand plate carried by the LMS ‘Patriot’ Class 4-6-0 No. (4)5533 built at Derby in 1933. In BR days it was a Carlisle Upperby, Nuneaton and Edge Hill engine being w/d in Sept. 1962 and scrapped at Crewe. c.£7000
93/70 LNWR 3 aspect Handlamp. Top stamped “L&NWR Car Dept. Wolverton and the body is stamped the same plus “A2844 Llanwrtyd Traffic No. 4”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Unpainted. Llanwrtyd Wells is on the Central Wales Line between Builth Road and Llandovery. £150
93/77 Irish Railways cast aluminium Miniature Single Line Staff inscribed “Athlone / Carrowduff. £60
93/117 Boundary Post comprising a cast iron head embossed “Great Western & Great Central Railways Joint Committee’s Boundary”. Mounted on a length of GWR Broad Gauge Rail. Three arrow heads to the sides and top. V.g.c. 54.5in. tall. Rather heavy so buyer to collect by arrangement from Talisman Storage Unit. £120
93/127 BR(S) fully flanged enamel Totem Sign “Minster Thanet” from the former SE&CR station between Canterbury and Ramsgate. £600
93/128 Cast brass ‘9×5’ Locomotive Works Numberplate “LNER 808 Darlington Works 1937”. The number ground down. As carried by the V2 Class 2-6-2 allocated to Heaton, Gateshead, Thornaby & Darlington. W/d Oct 1964 and cut up at Darlington. £140
93/133 GNR mahogany cased Signal / Train Indicator. Face displays “Train Waiting At” and is ivorine plated “Up Main Home”. Ex-Rectory Junction Signal Box, Colwick, Nottingham. A superb small instrument in fine ex-service condition measuring 5.5in. tall x 5in. wide. £200
93/147 Barry Railway 3 aspect Handlamp stamped “BR Co. 375 / BR 303”. Complete with “GWR” vessel, “GWR” porcelain burner, all fittings and glasses. Restored. £350
93/189 LNER late pattern Handlamp with earlier brass plate “GCR 4020 Market Rasen”. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Unrestored. £160
93/243 Cast iron Locomotive Shedplate “65D” (Dawsholm). Unrestored. £150
93/244 Painted double sided wooden Carriage / Destination Board “Horsham / Tour of Kent”. Ex-service condition. 32in. long. £70
93/271 LNWR General Purpose Handlamp stamped “LNWR” and brass plated “London & North Western Railway Makers Locomotive Department Crewe No. “Complete with “LNWR” vessel, “LNWR” porcelain burner, all fittings and glasses. Unrestored. £150
93/276 Pair of reproduction cast iron Furness Railway ‘squirrel and grapes’ Platform Seat Ends. Nicely cast and painted. £300
93/283 GWR mahogany cased Amp Meter. The silvered dial within a brass face plate is inscribed “Great Western Railway Company Makers Reading”. V.g.c. £100
93/349 Canvas Cash Bag stencilled “LMS” and with brass plates “LMS 49 Whatstandwell” and “Whatstandwell to Audit Office Derby LMS 49”. Complete with leather straps and in ex-service condition. £50
93/361 Oval cast iron Locomotive Worksplate “Built Darlington 1955”. Locos built that year were BR Std. Class 2 2-6-0 Nos. 78045 – 54 and Class 08 0-6-0 Diesel Shunters Nos. D3137 – 66 and D3217 – 31. £150
93/400 Cast brass Locomotive Nameplate “Lord Rutherford of Nelson” as carried by the LMS ‘Jubilee’ Class 4-6-0 built at Crewe in 1935 and numbered 5665, later 45665. In BR days it was allocated to Kentish Town and Glasgow Corkerhill, being w/d in Dec. 1962 followed by cutting up at Campbell’s, Shieldhall. A very impressive plate 46.75in long, face restored only and one of only two double line ‘Jubilee’ nameplates. (See also lot no. 393). c.£8000
93/476 GN & GE Joint Railway cast iron Trespass Notice. Face restored, back in primer. £100
93/493 BR(M) “Special Traffic Notices” enamel Header. Face and edge chipping but good colour and shine. 25in. long. £60