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GWR wood with cast iron letters sign BOOKING OFFICE, double sided with original mounting brackets. Nicely restored measures 55in x 25in.
Great Western Railway Hotels silverplate LOBSTER PICK marked with GWR twin shield CoA to front and base marked Elkington Plate. In very good condition measures 7.25in long.
LNER/GNR mahogany cased single line repeater brass plated DOWN LINE. In very good Condition, stands 9in tall.
GWR cast iron cabside numberplate 7330 ex Churchward 2-6-0 built at Swindon in 1932 as 9308 and renumbered in 1957 as 7330. Shedded at 84E Tyseley and 84G Shrewsbury from where it was withdrawn in 1962 and scrapped later the same year. In original co ndition.
Smokebox numberplate 4251 ex GWR Churchward 2-8-0 T built at Swindon in 1916. Shedded at 86F Tondu for most of its life and withdrawn from there in 1963. Scrapped the following year at R. S. Hayes Bridgend. Lightly face restored.
Shedplate 87B Port Talbot Duffryn Yard 1950-1964, Margam 1964 - 1973. Lightly cleaned original condition with clear Swindon casting marks to rear.
GWR brass locomotive whistles a pair of large and small in good condition one still with right angled knuckle attached.
A pair of carriage prints both from the BR Scottish Region series. SCHIEHALLION, NEAR KINLOCH RANNOCH, PERTHSHIRE by W. Douglas Macleod print size 20in x 10in and CRATHIE CHURCH, NEAR BALMORAL CASTLE, ABERDEENSHIRE by Edward Lawson print size 25in x 10in. Both are framed and glazed and in very good condition.
Longmoor Military Railway wooden carriage board HOLLYWATER-LISS FOREST. In very good original condition, straw on dark blue. Measures 34in x 3in.
Oil/Paraffin tinplate container brass plated CHESHIRE LINES HUSKISSON and stamped C.L.C on the side. No stopper, measures 5.25in diameter x 9in tall. In ex railway condition.
Worksplate NORTH BRITISH LOCOMOTIVE COMPANY LTD GLASGOW QUEENS PARK WORKS No 19335 1912 ex Caminhos de Ferro Estado Minho e Douro Portuguese Railway 4 cylinder compound 2-8-0 designed by NBL numbered 101 later numbered 2701 and 751 placed as order L 421. This small batch of locos numbered only three, this plate being from the first of the class. Diamond shaped cast brass face restored.
Totem BR(S) FF BURGESS HILL from the former London Brighton and South Coast Railway station between Brighton and Haywards Heath. In excellent condition.
Brass Ships bell stamped NER Co twice on the top. On the inside rim are details of the ship it was salvaged from the shipbreakers. ACT1171 1916 built ammunition carrier finally scrapped in 1973. Admiralty broad arrow stamped on the top. Complete with clapper measures 7 in diameter x 5 .75 in tall. Not only railway interest, but also Royal Navy interest.
Official model of Sealink Cross Channel Ferry ST ANSELM LONDON constructed by Skyland Models. Used by travel agents to display British Railways ferries. In excellent condition and with its original perspex display case.
Nameplate CARDIFF PANEL SIGNAL BOX 1966 - 2016 ex High Speed Train class 43 43141. Built at Crewe in 1979 nameplates fitted April 2016 nameplates removed in 2018. Cast aluminium in ex loco condition measures 59in x 10in. Sold on behalf of Great West ern Railways in aid of their nominated Charity and comes with an official GWR certificate of authenticity confirming the original owner.
BR(M) Double Royal enamel poster board heading BRITISH RAILWAYS. Measures 25.25in x 5.75in and is in excellent condition.
Great Western Railway one engine in steam staff, wood with steel ends and loop, brass plated RHONDA FACH - SOUTH MAERDY. In good condition measures 15in long.
Tyers No 6 Single Line brass & steel Tablet TRESMERE - OTTERHAM 4. Ex London and South Western Railway Okehampton to Padstow route closed 1966. In ex railway condition. Unusually not Stamped Not In Use.
A pair of North British Railway salt glazed earthenware items consisting of a small finger bowl face marked property of N.B.Rly Co base marked J. Donald & Co Edinburgh, measures 3.25in diameter, and a small cream jug face marked THE NORTH BRITISH RAI LWAY COMPANY (Coa) REFRESHMENT ROOMS also base marked J. Donald & Co Edinburgh, stands 2.75in tall. Both items are in virtually mint condition and are certainly rare survivors.
Midland Railway wood with cast iron letters double sided sign GENTLEMEN ex Rowsley Station. In nicely restored condition complete with original bracket. Measures 26.5in x 26in including the bracket.
Worksplate NORTH BRITISH LOCOMOTIVE COMPANY LTD GLASGOW QUEENS PARK WORKS No22123 1919 ex Robinson 2-8-0 Rod GWR 3016. Shedded and withdrawn from 84B Oxley in 1956. Diamond shaped cast brass, lightly face restored.
Totem BR(M) FF GREAT BRIDGE NORTH from the former London and North Western Railway station between Dudley and Walsall. In very good condition with a couple of small chips.
British Railways Western Region pressed aluminium signal box board BLOCKLEY. In ex railway condition measures 32in x 6in.
GWR cast iron cabside numberplate 6144 ex Collett 2-6-2 T built at Swindon in 1932. Sheds included 81C Southall, 85D Kidderminster, 81F Oxford, 85A Worcester and 88J Aberdare from where it was withdrawn in 1964. Scrapped the following year at Birds M orriston. Face restored.
Smokebox numberplate 65905 ex LNER Gresley J38 0-6-0 built at Darlington in 1926. Shedded at Dunfermline Upper and withdrawn from 62A Thornton Junction in 1966. Scrapped at Shipbreaking Industries Faslane later the same year. In as removed condition.
Great Eastern Railway double bullseye splitting lamp stamped WIMBLINGTON No1. Complete with original GER rape oil reservoir. In nicely restored condition.
GWR wooden double sided platform indicator board TROWBRIDGE, BRADFORD-ON-AVON, FRESHFORD, LIMPLEY STOKE, BATH SPA, BRISTOL T. MEADS. Measures 46in x 8.5in and both sides are in good condition with a small area of touching up.
Nameplate QUAKER ENTERPRISE ex High Speed Train class 43 43135 Built at Crewe in 1979 and named at Bristol Temple Meads 22/07/2005 nameplates removed at Brush Loughborough during re-engineering in 2007. Cast aluminium in ex loco condition measures 36 .5in x 8in comes with an official Great Western Railways certificate of authenticity confirming the original owner.
Glasgow & South Western Railway 13in dial mahogany cased regulator railway wall clock. The movement has a deadbeat escapement, Harrisons maintaining power and a gut line. The original dial lettered Jas Ritchie & Son Edinburgh has been lightly restore d and the mahogany case has also been restored to a good standard. The clock number 1050B has been chalked inside along with various employee signatures. A lovely clock in working condition complete with pendulum and key, ex Paisley Gilmour Street Station. This clock was purchased from Sheffield Railwayana Auctions in October 1994 and was lot number 235. A copy of the catalogue accompanies the lot.
Diesel worksplate HUDSWELL CLARKE & Co Ltd LEEDS, ENGLAND No D964 1956, ex standard gauge 0-4-0DM delivered new to Newton & Chambers at Thorncliffe Ironworks, Chapel Town, as their loco NC2. It was later acquired by T Wakefield Scrap Metals of Romfor d and exported circa 1971 to Sobermai NV of Maldegem in Belgium. Oval engraved brass measures 12.75in x 8in and is in as removed condition.
Worksplate ROBERT STEPHENSON & HAWTHORNS DARLINGTON WORKS 7530 1950 ex Thompson L1 2-6-4 T 67796. Shedded at Neasden, Colwick, Kings Cross, Gorton, New England and withdrawn from 34F Grantham in 1962. Lozenge shaped engraved brass in lightly cleaned condition, has a small vertical crack top centre.
Totem BR(W) HF EXETER ST DAVIDS from the former Great Western Railway station between Bristol and Plymouth. In excellent condition.
London Transport Underground enamel frieze sign RUSSELL SQUARE. Measures 59in x 9in and is in very good condition.
LNWR glass WINE CARAFFE nicely etched to the front L&NWR. Stands 7in tall and is in excellent condition.
GWR cast iron sign GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. NOTICE ANY PERSON RIDING OR WHEELING A BICYCLE OR ANY OTHER VEHICLE UPON THE TOWING PATH WITHOUT A PERMIT IS LIABLE TO A PENALTY AND WILL BE PROSECUTED BY ORDER. In original condition, measures 15in x 23.5in not a common sign.
SR/BR(S) Wooden Platform indicator board LITTLEHAMPTON VIA HORSHAM. Double sided and in good original condition, measures 48in x 6in.
Nameplate St Dunstan. Ex GWR Churchward 4-6-0 Saint Class Locomotive number 2921 built Swindon September 1907. Half-cone boiler fitted January 1910, superheated January 1912, reverted to full-cone boiler March 1913, half-cone boiler fitted February 1 915 and then reverted back to full-cone boiler December 1916. Shedded at Bristol Bath Road and withdrawn from Banbury in December 1945 and scrapped. In cleaned condition ready for repainting.
GWR enamel lamp tablet LAVINGTON from the former Great Western railway station between Westbury (Wilts) and Patney. White on black enamel with original backing board. Measures 24in x 6in and is in excellent condition. A rare sign.
BR(M) FF STATION direction enamel sign with British Railways totem at the top and right facing arrow. Measures 21in x 10.5in and is in excellent condition.
Vesta case NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY STATION HOTELS YORK, HULL AND NEWCASTLE. Marked on the base Bryant & May's Wax Vestas. In good condition measures 2in x 1.25in.
Worksplate HUDSWELL CLARKE & Co Ltd LEEDS No 1046 1913, ex Manchester Ship Canal 0-6-0T number 59 named Ghent. Oval engraved brass with original wax filling measures 13in x 8in face cleaned rear with 59 painted on.
Totem BR(W) FF LLANELLY from the former Great Western Railway station between Landore and Carmarthen. In very good ex station condition complete with brackets. This is the rare fully flanged version which was previously unknown.
Nameplate SHOTTON WORKS CENTENARY YEAR 1996 ex BR class 60 60017.Built by Brush Traction as works number 919, named in October in 1996 and name removed in November 2008. Re-engined and still active. Cast aluminium in ex loco condition with a small cr ack to top left hand corner, measures 71in x 15.75in. Sold on behalf of DB Cargo (UK) Ltd and comes complete with a certificate of authenticity.
GWR brass cabside numberplate GWR 3011 ex Robinson Rod 2-8-0 built by The North British Locomotive Company Glasgow in 1919. Shedded at 87G Carmarthen and withdrawn from there in 1958. Scrapped in the same year at Swindon Works. Face restored with boi ler and engine details stamped in the rim.
Shedplate 36B Mexborough 1950-1958 with sub shed Wath Electric from 1952. Lightly cleaned with casting number in the front.
Southern Railway enamel direction sign WOOLSTON STATION with feathered arrow beneath. From the former LSWR station between Southampton and Netley. Double sided, both sides in good condition with some chipping. Measures 20in x 15in.
LMS signal box diagram BEDFORD No1, full colour with FROM SANDY and BLETCHLEY either end, dated March 1947. Shows the Midland Railway Bedford Line crossing at right angles. Framed and glazed ready to display. In good condition with a tear, measures 5 2.5in x 26.5in.
Original Gouache painting BRIDGE BUILDERS, NEAR PULLBOROUGH by Jack Merriott circa 1950's. Produced in carriage print format but never used. Painting measures 28in x 11in mounted in card and is in very good condition.
LMS signal box diagram WILLESDEN HIGH LEVEL JUNCTION, full colour with FROM BROAD ST and TO KEW and TO KENSINGTON either end. Framed and glazed ready to display, dated March 1929. Measures 64in x 24.5in and is in very good condition.
Nameplate UNIVERSITY OF SURREY ex BR class 73 73117. Built by English Electric Vulcan Foundry as works number 3585/E355 in March 1966, named in July 1987 and the name removed in January 1999. Locomotive is now owned by GBR as number 73968. Cast alu minium in ex loco condition measures 73in x 10in. Sold on behalf of DB Cargo (UK) Ltd and comes complete with a certificate of authenticity.
Great Western Railway letter embossing tool. Cast iron lever operated with steel die block with Great Western Railway twin shield CoA. An unusual item standing 4in tall with the lever down.
Worksplate R&W HAWTHORN LESLIE & CO LTD ENGINEERS NEWCASTLE ON TYNE 3133 1915. ex 0-6-0 ST locomotive named FERNDALE. New to D. Davies & Sons Welsh Navigation steam coal company Ferndale, then Mardy colliery Maerdy by July 1939, moved in 1964 to Deep Navigation colliery Treharis and scrapped April 1966. Large oval cast brass face restored.
Totem BR(M) FF DIGGLE from the former London and North Western Railway station between Huddersfield and Stalybridge. In very good condition with a few minor chips.
BR(E) FF double sided running in board BOWES PARK from the former Great Northern Railway station between Wood Green and Enfield Chase. Measures 96in x 16in and is in good condition with some flange loss to the top.
GWR leather document case with 2 brass plates GWR FROME and GWR AUDIT OFFICE PADDINGTON. In fair condition measures 16in x 10in folded.
Midland and Great Northern Railway nickel plated brass Guards whistle stamped on the side M&GNRY and on the lip THE ACME THUNDERER. In good condition.
Nameplate SIR MURRAY MORRISON PIONEER OF THE BRITISH ALUMINIUM INDUSTRY ex BR class 37 37423. Built by English Electric Vulcan Foundry as works number 3556/D985 in July 1965, named May 1988 and the name removed in January 2003. Now in service with Di rect Rail Services. Cast aluminium in ex loco condition measures 73in x 17.75in. Sold on behalf of DB Cargo (UK) Ltd and comes complete with a certificate of authenticity.
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