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GWR mahogany framed and glazed carriage panel advertising LUNCHEON AND TEA BASKETS in gold print on white card. Dated 1925 and printed by Allen Davies and Co Bristol. In excellent condition measuring 20in x 9in.
Original oil painting on canvas of a GWR Castle at Paddington about to depart on 11:15am MERCHANT VENTURER by Robert Nixon GRA . In excellent condition in a frame measuring 40in x 28in.
Underground enamel station direction sign, double sided with original mounting bracket. Some chipping to either side but in overall good condition. Measures 25in x 10.5in.
Totem BR(M) FF SELLAFIELD from the former Furness Railway station between Ravenglass and St Bees. In very good condition with one small repaired chip.
GER 3 aspect sliding knob handlamp stamped in the reducing cone GER WISBECH 38, date coded for 1916. Complete with LNER reservoir, burner and all glasses.
LNER cast brass 9x5 works numberplate 69878 Rebuilt Darlington 1936 Ex Raven H1 4-4-4T rebuilt as A8 in 1936, brass numbering strip 69878 with original number 1499 ground off but clearly visible. Sheds included 53B Hull Botanic Gardens, 51D Middlesbr ough, 51C West Hartlepool and 54A Sunderland from where it was withdrawn in June 1960.
GWR enamel Cap Badge number 198, by J.A. Wylie & Co London. White enamel ground has the initials in black & gold at the top and the black number 197 within a gold rectangle in the centre. In very good condition.
GWR oak cased Pork Pie type wall clock with French going barrel movement stamped MADE IN FRANCE. The rear case cover is stamped with the GWR clock number 0.196 and the silvered dial is engraved GWR and wax filled. This is the first example we have se en with a silvered dial as they are normally porcelain. A rare clock in full working condition, measures 6.5in diameter overall x 2.75in deep.
A pair of GWR locomotive whistles, large and small, the large whistle is stamped GWR on the top. Both are lightly polished and come with a mahogany display stand.
LNER china Cathedral Plates a full set of 6 of the first series consisting of: Durham, Norwich, Peterborough, Ely, Lincoln and York. All are marked on the back LNER CATHEDRAL SERIES DESSERT PLATE AS SUPPLIED TO THE EMPRESS CATHERINE II OF RUSSIA by J osiah Wedgwood in 1774. All are in excellent condition measuring 9in diameter.
Smokebox numberplate 5105 ex GWR 2-6-2 T built at Swindon in 1929. Allocations included 84F STOURBRIDGE JUNCTION and 85B GLOUCESTER HORTON ROAD from where it was withdrawn in October 1958. In Totally ex loco condition, with Wolves chalked on the back .
Southern Railway enamel target sign RICHMOND from the former LSWR station between Clapham Junction and Twickenham. In good condition with some edge chipping. Measures 29in long.
Tyers No9 single line aluminium key token PAR BRIDGE - FOWEY, configuration D. In ex railway condition.
GWR brass cabside 8730 ex 0-6-0 PT built at W. Bagnall in 1931. Allocations included 84K Chester West, 6A Chester, 84J Croes Newydd and 88E Abercynon from where it was withdrawn in July 1962. Cut up at R.S.Hayes Bridgend. Face restored.
BR(S) FF dark green enamel doorplate STATION MASTER. In very good condition measuring 18in x 6in.
LNER cast iron doorplate BOOKING HALL measuring 14.5in x 4.5in. In totally ex station condition.
Totem BR(M) FF ABERGELE AND PENSARN from the former LNWR station on the North Wales main line between Rhyl and Colwyn Bay. In very good condition. A few small edge chips which do not distract.
LNWR 3 aspect handlamp, stamped in the reducing cone L&NWR CARR WOLVERTON. Location stamped on the side WIGAN ENGINEERS A 29603 and also LNWR. Complete with reservoir, burner and all glasses.
Great Northern Railway engraved brass Locomotive worksplate No 1067 Doncaster 1905 Ex Ivatt C1 class 4-4-2 No 62821. Sheds included 34A Kings Cross from where it was withdrawn in August 1948 and then Carried out Stationery Boiler duties at Doncaster Carriage Works from August 1948 to September 1950. Face lightly cleaned rear ex loco and stamped L and 3293 four times. To be sold on behalf of The A1 Steam Locomotive Trust.
Nameplate SIR HENRY MORTON STANLEY ex Virgin Super Voyager Diesel Electric Class 221 No 221117. Named in April 2002 and nameplates removed February 2008. Named after Sir Henry Morton Stanley 1841 - 1904 a British explorer famous for finding Dr Living stone. In ex loco condition. Measures 570mm x 1000mm. Together with a cast aluminium VIRGIN nose cone badge numbered 60367 260mm x 250mm and the original Perspex information panel re the origins of the person whom the train was named after. A nice set of 3 items.
Nameplate HEM HEATH No1 ex Bagnall 0-6-0 ST No 3077 of 1955 new to Florence Colliery, then to Silverdale Colliery in May 1966, Cannock Wood colliery in May 1970 and lastly to Norton Colliery but never used there and scrapped in July 1972. Rectangular cast brass, lightly Face restored.
GWR solid silver desktop cigarette box, hand engraved to front PRESENTED TO MR F T BOWLER BY HIS COLLEAGUES AND FRIENDS OF THE LONDON DIVISION GWR ON HIS APPOINTMENT TO OSWESTRY SEPTEMBER 1932. Measures 5.5in wide, 3.5in deep and 2in tall. Hallmarked on base Birmingham 1920 Sterling silver. In excellent condition.
GWR carriage compartment carpet with GWR roundels either end. Measures 80in x 27in. In good condition.
Bury Port and Gwendraeth Railway brass guards whistle, stamped in the side BP&GVR 12 and stamped on the lip HUDSONS PATENT THE ACME THUNDER.
Tyers No6 tablet instrument brass plate SNETTISHAM measuring 8.5in long, removed from an instrument that was in use at Dersingham signal box. From the former Great Eastern Railway line in Norfolk which closed in 1969. In good condition.
Great Central Railway cast iron boundary post, tombstone type, with GCRY cast into the top. Restored condition, measures 30in tall.
Carriage prints x 2 both from the BR Scottish Region series 1956, LOCH MORAR, INVERNESS-SHIRE by William Douglas Macleod and LOCH KATRINE AND BEN VENUE PERTSHIRE by Jack Merriott. Both measure 25in x 10in and are framed and glazed and in very good co ndition.
Original framed oil painting by the renowned artist Barry Price of SR Merchant Navy class 35030 Elder-Dempster Lines on the Atlantic Coast express with down A.C.E. near Woking in the 1960's. Canvas size 21.5in x 14in, overall size 27in x 19in. In exc ellent condition.
Shedplate cast aluminium 82A BRISTOL BATH ROAD. Face restored rear ex loco with BR blue paint on the edge.
GWR mahogany cased 8inch chain driven fusee clock. The movement has rectangular plates with screwed pillars and the wooden surround is a one piece turning with a black painted bezel. The back box has dovetailed joints and a bottom door with cock bead ing. The lock has been removed and replaced with the GWR ball catch and knob modification. An ivorine numberplate GWR 1739 is screwed onto the left hand side of the case. The dial has been repainted post 1948 BR-W. A rare clock dating from around 1900, complete and in working condition, with pendulum and key.
Totem BR(E) HF SHEEPBRIDGE from the former Midland Railway station between Chesterfield Midland and Unstone closed in 1967. In very good condition with one small touch-in to the bottom of the second E. A rare totem that has only appeared once before at auction, 20 years ago.
GWR coppertop and brass collar 3 aspect handlamp brass plated 1484 and etched GWR on front lens. Complete with original GWR copper reservoir, GWR burner and all glasses.
North British Locomotive cast brass worksplate No 27293 1953 ex South African Railways Class 25NC 4-8-4 No 3407. In ex loco condition, measures 13.75in x 5.5in.
Tyers No6 single line aluminium tablet WHITCHURCH 9 FENNS BANK, configuration B, in ex railway condition.
SNCF cast brass tenderplate 30-R-900 ex SNCF 141R 2-8-2 locomotive. Face restored and rear original with casting ALCO5270. Measures 22in x 12in.
London Midland and Scottish Railway Gold free pass issued to V.M. BARRINGTON WARD. Lt Col V.M. Barrington Ward DSO was Director of the Railways and Light Railways Branch 1919 -1922 and then a Member of Railway Executive 1947 -1952. In good condition.
North Eastern Railway cut glass circular Bonbon dish clearly etched on the top NER. Measures 6in diameter and is in excellent condition. An unusual item.
GWR silverplate 1 pint coffee pot, marked on the face with GWR in Roundel and Hotels, base marked Mappin & Webb Ltd. Stands 8.5in tall and is in good condition.
GWR cast iron signal box board BRYMBO WEST CROSSING SIGNAL BOX measuring 110in x 9in and has been face restored.
LMS/LNWR enamel destination board WATFORD-BROAD STREET. As used on the LMS/LNWR electric suburban stock. Measures 28.25in x 4in and is in good condition with some chipping.
SR Webb & Thompson single line electric train staff OLD KENT ROAD-DEPTFORD LIFT BRIDGE, configuration A with integral Annetts Key.
GWR brass cased circular track circuit banner repeater complete with ivorine plate UP MAIN IN REAR OF HOME and original cast iron on steel mounting. In excellent complete condition.
LNER cast brass 9x5 works numberplate 63412 Built ARMSTRONG WHITWORTH 1919 Ex Raven Q6 0-8-0. Sheds included Tyne Dock, Stockton, Hull Springhead, Blaydon 51G Haverton Hill and 51C Hartlepool from where it was withdrawn in July 1966, scrapped at W. W illoughby Choppington in 1966. Face restored, rear ex loco.
Totem BR(M) HF BASFORD VERNON from the former Midland Railway station between Nottingham and Mansfield which closed in 1967. In good condition with one small repair at the bottom.
Nameplate SPIRIT OF CUMBRIA ex class 82 DVT 82135/82303. The car is currently in use on Chiltern Railways. In ex loco condition.
LNER/GER 3 aspect sliding knob handlamp, stamped in the reducing cone LNE-E STRATFORD A37 and date coded for 1937. Complete with reservoir, burner and all glasses.
GWR/BR-W wooden carriage board HENWICK-MALVERN WELLS painted straw on maroon and measuring 32in long. In good condition complete with original metal ends.
BR(M) brass cased ships clock ex MV HIBERNIA. Smiths Astral going barrel movement with dial lettered BR(M), rear of brass case written WHEELHOUSE MV HIBERNIA. In a recently cleaned and overhauled condition complete with key and original mahogany back board. The dial measures 6in diameter and the case 8in. The MV Hibernia entered service in 1949 and was used on the Holyhead to Dun Laoghaire British Sea Link Service until October 1976.
BR(M) FF enamel doorplate TICKETS. In excellent condition with a few small edge chips. Measures 18in x 3.5in.
The Baker St. and Waterloo Railway enamel Cap Badge number 240. Brass with red enamel back marked J R Gaunt Bham. In excellent condition. A rare badge from this company which opened in 1906 and amalgamated with the CCE & H and GNP & B Railways in 191 0 to form the London Electric Railway.
BR(W) enamel poster board heading SPECIAL NOTICES measuring 27in x 4in. In very good condition with a couple of small chips.
Carriage print BRIDLINGTON YORKSHIRE by F. Donald Blake from the LNER post war series. Framed and glazed, the print measures 20in x 10in, and is in very good condition.
GWR china pint mug, marked on the front GWR (roundel) HOTELS RETURN TO PADDINGTON STATION and base marked Mintons England. Stands 4in tall and is in very good condition.
Diesel worksplate THE HUNSLETT ENGINE CO LTD No 5650 - 1960. Ex BR class 05 0-6-0 Diesel Mechanical numbered D2601 and initially shedded at 50A York. Withdrawn in 1967 from 50D Goole and scrapped at Duport Steel Llanelly in July 1979. Oval cast brass , face lightly cleaned.
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