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Lancashire & Yorkshire 3 aspect Handlamp. Square front with bullseye lens and bearing a thick brass plate stamped in capitals Lancashire & Yorkshire Rail Co. Beneath this, the side is stamped LYR and the brass catch on the handle top is also stamped LYR. Original reservoir fitted with a later burner. Totally unrestored.
British Railways Signal Box Diagram LYE in modern frame, measuring 54 inches by 19 inches. The Signal Box was in the Stourbridge area.
Single Line steel Key Token EMBLETON - COCKERMOUTH STATION. Ex Cockermouth, Keswick and Penrith Railway which closed in 1966 being the last section after Bassenthwaite Lake.
Totem BR(S) ORPINGTON H/F dark green. Ex SECR station on the London Bridge to Sevenoaks route. Good condition with a few minor chips.
GWR Sugg 'Mexican Hat' Platform Lamp top in excellent, original condition and measuring 35 inches tall.
GWR/BR wooden Platform Fingerboard Indicator 'CHIPPENHAM & SWINDON '. Original chocolate & cream paint, measures 45 inches x 8 inches, double-sided. In good condition throughout.
LNER Pocket Watch re-numbered BRSc 1254 on the nickel cased housing. Swiss made by Record, it has a 15 jewel lever movement and is in good, clean working condition.
Headboard British Railways CTAC SCOTTISH TOUR EXPRESS. Aluminium construction measures approx 41 inches x 18 inches. Note The Creative Tourist Agents Conference operated trains on summer Saturdays between 1955 and 1962 from Lancashire, Yorkshire and the Midlands to Scotland.
Highland Railway Platform Lamp CARR BRIDGE. Situated between Inverness and Aviemore, the station opened in July 1892. Tastefully restored, it retains the original HR marked reservoir and glass chimney. Measures 23 inches tall x 18 inches x 18 inches.
Carriage Print 'Ben Slioch & Loch Maree, Wester Ross' by W Douglas Macleod from the Scottish Region series of 1956. VGC. In original style frame & glazed.
BR(W) Somerset and Dorset section, Telephone circuit notice, issued in September 1959 WR Telephone circuit No 763 , S.R. A.2207 for the section Evercreech Junction to Templecombe, lists the following, Evercreech Jct, Lamyatt Crossing, Bruton Road Cro ssing, Cole Signal Box, Wincanton Signal Box, Cheriton Crossing, Templecombe Exchange, Templecombe South Signal Box. In its original glazed frame measuring 8 x 5.5 .
Irish Railway wooden Carriage Board, one side shows BUNDORAN the other side ENNISKILLEN. Measures 26in x 3in, black lettering with red shadow on an off white ground, complete with original metal ends.
GWR brass cased Distant Signal Indicator, manufactured by Tyer & Co with test label inside dated 19/3/40 , in good working condition. Measures 3.5 inch diameter x 3 inch deep.
Totem BR(W) DIDCOT fully flanged. Ex GWR station opened in 1844 on the Paddington to South Wales route and junction for the Oxford and Worcester Route and also the Didcot, Newbury and Southampton Railway. Excellent colour and shine with a couple of e xpertly restored chips.
London Brighton & South Coast Railway cast iron, fully titled oval Wagon Plate 'To Carry 8 Tons 9019'. Face only restored.
LNER Seatback 'Charing Cross'. Ex North British Railway station, opened in 1886 between Glasgow Queen Street and Partick. Measures approx 40 inches in length.
L&NWR wood with cast iron letters double sided wall mounted sign GENTLEMEN, complete with original bracket, measures 36 inch x 23 inch.
British Railways Southern region BR(S) enamel white on red 36 inch x 24 inch SPEED LIMIT 5MPH KEEP CLEAR OF WEIGHBRIDE, ex Horsham Station Sussex an unusual sign probably a one off in good condition.
LNER cast iron 9 x 5 works numberplate London & North Eastern Railway 940109 Doncaster Works 1933, face restored rear original.
LNER 3 aspect Handlamp NER single piecrust pattern, in restored condition, complete with all glasses, fore and aft slide in reservoir and Brass plated London & North Eastern Railway DONCASTER MIN.
Industrial Locomotive Nameplate VENUS. 25.5 inches x 5 inches Standard Gauge 0-4-0ST built by Hawthorn Leslie No. 3336 of 1918. Worked all its life at Vickers-Armstrong Ltd. at Barrow and sent to T.W Ward at Barrow for scrap 21/9/1962
British Rail alloy Double Arrow Badge, large size 27.5 inches x 17 inches mounted on a display board.
Locomotive Nameplate Fox embellishment as fitted to LNER D49 Hunt Class Locomotives. This is the left hand Fox, mounted on a wooden plinth and was a genuine spare that was cast at Darlington Works but never required.
Diesel Depot Plaque for Toton, ex Class 56 number 56086. Measures 17.75 inches square, ex loco condition.
L&SWR Destination enamel plate 6.5 inches x 5.5 inches, black on white showing Exeter - Salisbury - Southampton West and Portsmouth. Excellent condition.
NER pattern leather Cash Bag plated 'LNER Ferriby' together with a similar LNER Cash Bag plated 'LNER South Eastrington'.
A collection of items recovered from Llangunllo comprising: Wooden Door Lock stamped L&NWR (very old); a Key marked 'Llangunllo Lamp Room'; qty 4 LMS Lamp Wick Canisters with wicks in situ; Window Sash Pulley marked L&NWR and a couple of Sash Bolts a lso marked; LMS Wick Trimming Scissors; BR(W) laurel-leaf gilt Capbadge; Pilotman Armband and an enamel LNWR Armband.
Totem BR(S) HONOR OAK PARK F/F light green. EX LB&SCR station, opened in April 1886 between Brockley and Forest Hill. In excellent condition with good colour and shine
Single Line alloy Key Token DRWS-Y-NANT - GARNEDDWEN. Ex GWR section between Ruabon and Barmouth, closed in 1965. In original condition.
Smokebox Numberplate 42965. Ex LMS Stanier 2-6-0 Locomotive built Crewe January 1934 and allocated to Carlisle. Travelled extensively and finished at Bushbury from where withdrawal took place in 1964. Scrapped at Cashmore's Great Bridge has shown on the original John Cashmore receipt.
London Transport Bakerloo Line Enamel Frieze Sign CHARING CROSS. Measures 67 inches by 9 inches and is in good condition.
BR(M) LMS Clock No 21222 with 12 inch dial in original oak case with a Smiths Going Barrel movement. In good working order and complete with key.
BR(W) enamel Posterboard Heading BRITISH RAILWAYS, measuring 27 inches by 4 inches. In excellent condition.
North Eastern Railway Pot Lamp. Brass plated with the NER oval on the side and the brass internal burner is stamped 'NER' in large letters. There is a large brass plate on the chimney 'WEST HARTLEPOOL No 1 N.E.R.' The glass globe is cracked but this barely detracts for this magnificent, unrestored lamp.
Worksplate Built By The Birmingham Railway Carriage & Wagon Co Smethwick 1960 Ser No DEL 117. Ex D6525, later 33109. Introduced October 1960 to Hither Green. Withdrawn September 1989. Together with a composite Diesel Engine Plate from the same loco m easuring 4 inches x 3 inches and showing Engine 8 LDA 28 1961 VA 121 Sulzer Bros London.
Original watercolour & gouache Painting by Vic Welch of L&NWR Precursor Class No 366 MEDUSA. Painting size 19 inches x 13 inches in a glazed frame 25 inches x 20 inches. A bright and vibrant painting in excellent condition.
Original watercolour & gouache Painting by Vic Welch of L&NWR of Ramsbottom DX Class as rebuilt by Webb. Painting size 19 inches x 13 inches in a glazed frame 25 inches x 20 inches. A bright and vibrant painting in excellent condition.
GWR oval brass Signalbox Lever Leads, a pair comprising: 35 UP MAIN DETONATORS OFF ON; DOWN MAIN DETONATORS OFF ON.
GWR cast iron Signalbox Nameboard 'LOUDWATER SIGNAL BOX'. From the first station out of High Wycombe, it was situated at the end of the station platform with crossing gates. Ex box condition. Measures 72 inches long, chocolate and cream
GWR signal box diagram 'LOUDWATER' hand coloured in its original frame dated 4/4/42. From Wooburn Green to High Wycombe Station. Measures 55 inches x 21 inches overall. Good condition.
Totem BR(W) DUNSTALL PARK F/F. Ex GWR station, first stop north of the old Wolverhampton Low Level station, and was served by local trains towards Shrewsbury, as well as those on the Wombourne Branch Line to Stourbridge. Also the stop for Wolverhampt on Racecourse. Closed in 1968. A very rare totem, never seen at auction before. Some loss of shine and a hole has been drilled either end so will require repair.
London Transport Enamel Underground Station Target Sign HEATHROW TERMINALS 1, 2, 3 fully flanged measuring 26.5 inches square in original metal frame.
Cheshire Lines Committee fully working nickel cased Guards Pocket Watch with chain and silver CLC Ambulance Fob and a similar Ambulance Fob both engraved with the recipient's name 'Franse Anderson'. Swiss 15 jewel movement. Top wound and top set, rea r of case hand engraved 'CLC 621'
Loose Carriage Prints - qty 4 comprising: The Langdale Valley Near Ambleside by Greene; The Lune Valley Near Tebay by Greene; TSS Duke of Lancaster by Buckle and MV Swan by Buckle. All in good to very good condition.
Cast iron Manufacturers Plate 'E.C. & J. Keay Ltd 1910 Birmingham' Scalloped corners measuring just 5 inches by 2 inches. As removed from the first station canopy support at the Wolverhampton end of the up London platform Snow Hill station just befor e closure. Retains most of the original cream paint.
Smokebox Numberplate 6938. Ex GWR 'Hall' Class CORNDEAN HALL. Built Swindon in July 1942 and allocated to Tyseley. Had spells at Gloucester, Exeter, Newton Abbot, Laira and Reading before final shed of Didcot from where withdrawal took place in March 1965. Totally unrestored.
LYR 3 aspect square fronted bullseye Handlamp. Complete with original 'LYR' stamped reservoir. Brass rear clip stamped 'LYR' and location stamped into body BRIERFIELD. In nice, original and unrestored condition
LNER cast iron Doorplate RESIDENCE measuring 19.5inches x 3.5 inches. Face restored, rear totally original.
Devon General Poster Board complete with original Devon General enamel Poster Board Heading, white on red. In original condition measuring 29 inches x 21 inches overall.
Glasgow Corporation Tramways full Destination Box, ex Tram and complete with the destination Rollers this box is similar if not the same as the one from the preserved tram no 812 that is at the Tramway Museum at Crich. Measures 43 inches by 24 inches by 9 inches. Both rollers work. Destinations include Spiers Bridge, Ardoch Grove, Botanic Gardens, Giffnock, Renfrew Cross, Crown Street, Parkhead, Tollcross, Airdree, Park Road, Ibrox, Jackson St, Garrowhill, Millerston, Maryhill, Church Street, Elderslie, Crookston, Renfrew South, Rutherglen Bridge, Roukenglen, Coatbridge, Baillieston, Shettleston, Uddingston, Mount Florida, Clarkston, Netherlee, Riddrie, Springburn, London Road, Kelvinside, Anniesland, Farme, Riddrie, Burnside, Oatlands, Augchen Suggle, Dalmuir West, Scotsoun, Whiteinch, Patrick, Scoutstoun West, Knightswood, Blairdardie, Dalmarnock, Springfield Road, Dennistoun, Shawfield, Anderston Cross, Broomhill Cross, Church Street, City Centre, Dalmuir, Douglas St, Milngavie, Hyndland and Charring Cross.
Furness Railway enamel Poster Board Heading, white on blue with scalloped border. 26.5 inches x 4 inches made by Chromo Wolverhampton. Excellent colour and shine, some edge chipping. A very rare survivor.
LMS alloy Hawkseye Sign KNIGHTON. Ex L&NWR station between Craven Arms and Swansea where the L&NWR incursion into GWR territory was a significant milestone in the company's ambitions.
Totem BR(W) CHELTENHAM SPA MALVERN ROAD, rare fully flanged version, first ever to appear at auction. Ex GWR station opened in March 1908 and closed completely in January 1966. Excellent condition and comes complete with BR Paperwork.
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