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Updated Feb 28, 2021

Auction Catalogue
Crewe Heritage - 26th February to 1st March 2021


Welcome to our fifth online telephone/email auction, which runs from Friday 26th February until Monday 1st March 2021.

Prospective bidders for items in the catalogue (below) are encouraged to register with us either via telephone (01242 620020 / 07836 225711) or email (office@railwayana.com or office@gwr1.com) preferably before the first auction day of 26th February.

You will be allocated a unique 'PB' number (postal bidder) in order that you can trace the status of your bid online through the weekend's regular updates.

Previous customers who already have a 'PB' number may use the same number, when re-registering or showing an interest to bid.

Bidders can either leave a firm bid or a 'bid range', which can be activated on your behalf throughout the auction period, should circumstances not allow you to personally engage with us during the sale. Bidding increments are £10 up to £200; £20 up to £500; £50 up to £1,000 and £100 £1,000 plus. Emails are accepted any time during the duration of the sale and telephone calls can be accepted between the hours of 10am and 8pm on the first three sale days and up to 6pm on the fourth day. Any emails arriving at our office after 8pm on the final day will be invalid. We are not eBay!

Please allow 48 hours after the end of the sale for the final realisation list to be posted, whilst we reconcile the auction, prior to making enquiries regarding successful bids. If interested in any 'non-sold' items on the posted realisation list, please also allow 48 hours to contact, i.e March 4th.

As per our Terms & Conditions: Buyers pay the Hammer Price and a Buyer's Premium of 15% of the Hammer Price plus VAT on the Hammer Price = 18% total. Payments may be made by bank transfer, cheque or cash.

It is expected as common practice that you will (at your own expense) pay for and personally collect or arrange your own courier to collect any lots that you have purchased. This must be undertaken no later than 28 working days (Monday to Saturday) following the close of the auction.

Collection of Lot/s may not be released until all funds have been cleared. Items can be collected by prior appointment from the front gate of our premises under Covid-safe conditions.

Delivery to all parts of the UK can be arranged with the office at cost. If you do not pay for or collect the Lot within this time period, you will be responsible for any reasonable removal and storage charges in relation to that Lot.

We cannot be held responsible for loss and/or damage to items purchased after 28 days have elapsed.

CURRENT BID AND BIDDER VALUES LAST UPLOADED AT 1:00PM, SUN 28th FEBRUARY

Lot No Image Description Category Current Bid
(Bidder)
1 Brass Southern Railway Steam Locomotive Nameplate "BIDEFORD", together with its matching original "West Country Class" Scroll, original Smokebox Numberplate "34019" and a replica painted (not enamel) Shield inside a brass shield surround. As carried by Southern Railway and originally numbered 21C119 and then renumbered by BR to Unrebuilt West Country class 4-6-2 "34019" 'Lightweight Pacific' built at Brighton works in December 1945. Allocations included Exmouth Jct, Brighton, Salisbury, Feltham, Eastleigh and Nine Elms, from where it was withdrawn in March 1967. Cut up at Cashmores, Newport, South Wales 09/67. Nameplate, Smokebox, Scroll cleaned many years ago, rear of all three plates Ex Loco condition. A rare chance to obtain 'a full set' of plates.

Guide: £10000 - 15000
Nameplates (Steam) £14000
(PB 119)
2 Brass Steam Locomotive Nameplate "WARWICK CASTLE" As carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 4073 Castle Class 4-6-0 No "4081" built at Swindon Works in March 1924. Allocations included Old Oak Common, Reading, Cardiff Canton, Plymouth Laira, Exeter, Bristol Bath Road, Landore, Swindon, Shrewsbury, Llanelly and Carmarthen from where it was withdrawn in January 1963. Cut at R.S Hayes, Bridgend 09/63. This is the left hand plate and is in Ex-Loco condition. Warwick Castle is a medieval castle situated next to the River Avon originally built in wood going back to the 11th Century it was rebuilt in stone in the 12th century and was owned by the Greville family until 1978 when it was taken over by the Tussauds Group and is now a major tourist attraction.

Guide: £10000 - 15000
Nameplates (Steam) £8200
(PB 558)
3 Brass Steam Locomotive Nameplate "MORAY FIRTH" As carried by a R. Riddles designed BR Standard Class 7 4-6-2 No 70053 built at Crewe Works in September 1954. Allocations included Polmadie, Holbeck, Crewe North, Willesden, Holyhead, Oxley, Banbury and Carlisle Kingmoor from where it was withdrawn in April 1967. Cut up by J. McWilliams, Shettleston, Glasgow, September 1967. Condition - Front Polished letters on a repainted back ground. A rare opportunity to acquire one of only Six Britannia Scottish "Firth" names!

Guide: £8000 - 12000
Nameplates (Steam) £11000
(PB 681)
4 Brass Steam Locomotive Nameplate "SIR LAMIEL" As carried by a Urie/Maunsell designed 'King Arthur' Class N15, ex Southern Railway No 777, BR No 30777, built by the North British Locomotive Co, Glasgow in June 1925. Allocations included Eastleigh, Nine Elms, Stewarts Lane, Dover Marine, Feltham and Basingstoke from where it was withdrawn in October 1961.Works stamped 魡' on the rear. Set aside for preservation for the National Collection it currently resides at the Great Central Railway, Loughborough, where it is awaiting restoration. The loco was named after a fictional minor Knight of the Round Table named Lamiel of Cardiff.

Guide: £6000 - 8000
Nameplates (Steam) £4000
(PB 558)
5 Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive Nameplate "WESTERN GOVERNOR" and matching Number Plate "D 1054". As carried by a Class 52. New to 88A Cardiff Canton 3/63. Name carried from new until withdrawal 11/76. Cut up at Swindon Works 5/77. Front restored, back in ex loco condition. Purchased from Collector's Corner in 1979 for £430, comes with original C/C receipt. This matching set has never been offered before. Accompanying this lot is an alloy replica "BUILT 1963 CREWE" Worksplate and two replica 84A alloy shed plates.

Guide: £12000 - 16000
Nameplates (Diesel and Electric) £16000
(PB 656)
6 Alloy Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive Nameplate "THRUSTER". As carried by Class 43 Warship D853. New to 83D Laira 08/61. Nameplates carried from new until withdrawal 10/71. Cut up at Swindon Works 06/72. Front repainted a long time ago. Rear ex-loco condition.

Guide: £8000 - 12000
Nameplates (Diesel and Electric) £14500
(PB 188)
7 Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "DERBY EVENING TELEGRAPH". As carried by Class 47 47973. New to 85A Worcester 8/64 as D1614 becoming 47034, 47561, 97561, 47973. Named at Derby RTC 09/90 and carried until withdrawal 09/96. Cut up at M R J Phillips, Llanelly 02/97. Previously named "Midland Counties Railway 150 1839-1989". Ex loco condition front and back.

Guide: £2000 - 3000
Nameplates (Diesel and Electric)  
8 Electric Locomotive Nameplate "BRITISH TRANSPORT POLICE" plus badge. As carried by Class 90 90012. New to WN Willesden 11/88. Named at Manchester Piccadilly 07/93 and carried until 10/07 when it was named "Royal Anglian Regiment" on transfer to the Anglia region. Previously named "Glasgow 1990 - Culture Capital of Europe". Currently in service with Freightliner. Ex loco condition front and back.

Guide: £3000 - 5000
Nameplates (Diesel and Electric) £3500
(PB 52)
9 Electro Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "THE ROYAL ALEX'". As carried by Class 73 73101. New to 75D Stewarts Lane 10/65 as E6007. Named at Brighton station 05/92 until removed 09/96. Withdrawn 05/02 and stored at Eastleigh Works. Ex loco condition front and back.

Guide: £2000 - 3000
Nameplates (Diesel and Electric) £2000
(PB 64)
10 Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "NORTHAMPTONSHIRE". As carried by Class 47 47586. New to 16A Toton 10/64 as D1623 becoming 47042, 47586 and later 47676. Named at Wellingborough station on 20/9/89 and nameplates removed 4/96. Stored 10/94 and cut up at Booth Roe Metals 4/98. Ex loco condition front and back.

Guide: £3000 - 4000
Nameplates (Diesel and Electric) £2800
(PB 3)
11 Alloy Diesel Multiple Unit Nameplate "WILLIAM SPEIRS BRUCE". As carried by Virgin Super Voyager 221 132. Named 07/02 until removed 12/07 on the change of franchise to Cross Country. William Speirs Bruce was a British scientist who led a Scottish expedition to the Antarctic. As removed condition.

Guide: £800 - 1200
Nameplates (Diesel and Electric) £750
(PB 609)
12 Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "ROBERT ADAM". As carried by Class 60 60007. Taken into stock at TE Thornaby 02/93. Named at Brush, Loughborough 12/89 from new and carried until removed 02/96. Later named "The Spirit of Tom Kendell". Still in service with DB Cargo UK. Ex loco condition front and back.

Guide: £3000 - 4000
Nameplates (Diesel and Electric)  
13 Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "ARENIG FAWR". As carried by Class 60 60017. Taken into stock 10/90 at TE Thornaby. Named at Brush, Loughborough 03/90 from new and carried until removed 10/96 when it was renamed "Shotton Works Centenary 1996". Still in service with DB Cargo UK. Ex loco condition front and back.

Guide: £3000 - 4000
Nameplates (Diesel and Electric) £2700
(PB 3)
14 Alloy Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "GARTCOSH". As carried by Class 37 37321. New to 50B Hull Dairycoates 05/62 as D6737 later 37037. Named at Motherwell TMD 07/86 when it was also renumbered 37321 as part of the depot's dedicated fleet of 37/3s. Removed 11/88 and loco reverted to 37037. Nameplates later fitted to 37884 at Thornaby TMD 08/92 and carried until 10/00. This loco was new to 87E Landore as D6883 11/63 becoming 37183 and then 37884. After a spell in France it is now owned by Europhoenix and on hire to Rail Operations Group. Ex loco condition.

Guide: £1000 - 2000
Nameplates (Diesel and Electric) £800
(PB 199)
15 Cast Aluminium Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "BRITISH STEEL TROSTRE". As carried by Class 56 56076. New to TI Tinsley 04/80. Named at Cardiff Canton depot 05/93 and nameplates removed 10/95. Loco previously named 'Blyth Power'. Withdrawn 03/00 and cut up by C F Booth, Rotherham 02/09. Front restored, back Ex Loco.

Guide: £2000 - 3000
Nameplates (Diesel and Electric)  
16 Cast Aluminium Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "ALMON B. STROWGER". As carried by Class 20 20131. New to 41A Tinsley 02/66 as D8131. Named at London Waterloo station 21/03/94 when part of the BR Telecommunications fleet. Nameplates removed 07/97. Withdrawn 03/13 and cut up by C F Booth, Rotherham 04/13. As removed condition.

Guide: £2000 - 3000
Nameplates (Diesel and Electric) £1500
(PB 199)
17 Alloy Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "HARLECH CASTLE". This nameplate carried in preservation by Class 25 D7615 / 25265. This loco was unofficially named "Castell Harlech / Harlech Castle" during its later years on British Rail in stencilled form on the body side. Loco is currently stored at Burton on Trent awaiting restoration. Ex loco condition.

Guide: £1500 - 2500
Nameplates (Diesel and Electric)  
18 Diesel Locomotive Nameplate Badge "THE BOYS' BRIGADE". As carried by Class 86 86243. Named at Glasgow station for the centenary of the Glasgow-founded youth movement on 9/4/83. Removed 7/93. Ex-loco condition.

Guide: £400 - 500
Nameplate Crests and Badges  
19 Alloy Diesel Locomotive Nameplate Crest "EUROPEAN RAIL OPERATOR OF THE YEAR". As carried by Class 47 47309. Named at Chester station on 24/4/98. Nameplate and crest removed 08/07.

Guide: £400 - 500
Nameplate Crests and Badges £500
(PB 199)
20 Electric Locomotive Nameplate "CITY OF LONDON". As carried by Class 87 87005. New to WN Willesden 08/73. Named at Euston station on 22/11/77 and carried until withdrawal 09/03. Cut up at MOD Caerwent by J T Landscapes 10/05. Ex loco condition front and back.

Guide: £4000 - 6000
Nameplates (Diesel and Electric) £6000
(PB 255)
21 Electric Locomotive Nameplate "CITY OF BIRMINGHAM". As carried by Class 87 87009. New to WN Willesden 11/73. Named at Birmingham New Street station on 29/11/77 and this plate carried until 10/97 when the Virgin Trains style plate was fitted until withdrawal 04/04. Exported to Bulgaria 11/12. Front repainted.

Guide: £4000 - 6000
Nameplates (Diesel and Electric) £4500
(PB 320)
22 Alloy Electric Locomotive Nameplate "CITY OF LANCASTER" plus three accompanying plates. As carried by Class 86 86205. New to 5H WCML 11/65 as E3129. Named at Lancaster station on 25/10/79. The coat of arms was unveiled by HRH Prince of Wales on 7/6/93 to commemorate the 800th anniversary of the city's charter. Nameplates removed 10/03. Later named "Orion" when numbered 86701. Withdrawn 12/1 and exported to Bulgaria 04/16. Ex loco condition front and back.

Guide: £3000 -4000
Nameplates (Diesel and Electric) £7000
(PB 255)
23 Electric Locomotive Nameplate "CITY OF GLASGOW". As carried by Class 87 87006. New to WN Willesden 11/73. Named at Glasgow Central station 08/12/77 and carried until 10/97 except when it was named "Glasgow Garden Festival" between 04/87 and 01/89. Later named "George Reynolds". Exported to Bulgaria 12/08. Ex loco condition front and back.

Guide: £4000 -6000
Nameplates (Diesel and Electric) £4500
(PB 75)
24 Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "CITY OF BRISTOL". As carried by Class 43 HST 43126. Named at Bristol Temple Meads station on 17/04/85, changed to stainless steel plates 09/91 and then new cast plates fitted 06/94. Carried until 10/06. Still in service with Abellio Scot Rail. Ex loco condition front and back.

Guide: £2000 - 4000
Nameplates (Diesel and Electric) £1800
(PB 15)
25 Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "CITY OF TRURO". As carried by Class 43 HST 43192. Named at Truro station 12/10/88 and carried until removed 09/07. Still in service with Great Western as part of their 'Castle' sets and now named "Trematon Castle". Stainless Steel type in ex loco condition.

Guide: £1.200 -2000
Nameplates (Diesel and Electric) £1400
(PB 137)
26 Presentation Third Nameplate "HMS PENZANCE". Originals carried by Class 43 HST 43198 between 06/00 and 08/03. Mounted on a wooden board with accompanying plaque "Presented to Chris Green, Chief Executive of Virgin Trains 26/6/00".

Guide: £500 -1000
Nameplates (Diesel and Electric)  
27 Hymek Diesel Locomotive Alloy Cabside Number Set. "D7067". Mounted on an aluminium backing.

Guide: £500 - 750
Loco Number Sets £1300
(PB 635)
28 Aluminium Depot Plaque depicting a Yorkshire Rose. This was the logo for TI Tinsley and originally carried by Railfreight Distribution and Trainload Freight locos allocated there. 18" x 18". Ex-loco condition.

Guide: £400 - 500
Double Arrows, Depot Plaques and Swallows  
29 Aluminium Depot Plaque depicting a Flaming Torch. This was the logo for RL Ripple Lane and carried by Trainload Freight and EWS locos used on North Thames oil traffic. 18" x 18". Ex-loco condition, as removed from Class 47 47295 "BLACK PRINCE".

Guide: £500 - 600
Double Arrows, Depot Plaques and Swallows £1000
(PB 119)
30 Aluminium Depot Plaque depicting Battersea Power Station. This was the logo for SL Stewarts Lane and was originally fitted to Trainload Freight locos allocated there. 18" x 18". Polished front. Black version.

Guide: £500 - 600
Double Arrows, Depot Plaques and Swallows  
31 Alloy BR "DOUBLE ARROW". Ex-loco condition and mounted on board.

Guide: £100 -150
Double Arrows, Depot Plaques and Swallows £100
(PB 255)
32 An Anglia Railways headboard 1993-1996. Carried by the train operating company to celebrate their Charter Mark.

Guide: £200 - 400
Headboards  
33 Diesel Locomotive Flame Cut Number Panel "24083". As carried by Class 24 D5083 becoming 24083 3/74 up to withdrawal 3/76. Cut up at Swindon Works 5/77. As removed condition.

Guide: £300 - 400
Flamecut Panels  
34 Diesel Locomotive Flame Cut Part Numbered Panel "240". As carried by one of the Class 24 locos. As removed condition.

Guide: £100 - 200
Flamecut Panels  
35 Diesel Locomotive Flame Cut Number Panel "24027". As carried by Class 24 D5027 becoming 24027 5/74 up to withdrawal 7/76. Cut up at Swindon Works 5/77. As removed condition.

Guide: £300 - 400
Flamecut Panels £300
(PB 255)
36 Diesel Locomotive Flame Cut Number Panel "40027". As carried by Class 40 D227 "PARTHIA" becoming 40027 12/73 up to withdrawal 04/83. Cut up at Crewe Works 09/84. The outline of the numerals "227" are visible behind. As removed condition.

Guide: £500 - 600
Flamecut Panels £650
(PB 255)
37 Diesel Locomotive Flame Cut Number Panel "ADB 68025". As carried by a Class 27 - 27207 when used as a training loco at Eastfield Depot. In departmental service between 12/86 until withdrawal 08/87. Correct number should have been ADB 968025. Loco also previously numbered D5404 / 27113. Cut up by staff of M C Metal Processing at Springburn Works, Glasgow 03/88. As removed condition.

Guide: £400 - 600
Flamecut Panels  
38 Steam Locomotive Flame Cut Cabside Panel "60007" As removed from LNER A4 "SIR NIGEL GRESLEY" at its first overhaul undertaken at the NRM Workshop when stripped to the chassis and boiler in the preservation era over 20 years ago. This is the original Fireman's Cabside Panel and both front cab frame windows from when built in the 1930s and is offered with the two original front windows. Fastest recorded post war speed with British steam on 23 May 1959. No. 60007 'Sir Nigel Gresley' achieved 112 mph, hauling 400 tons down Stoke Bank. Purchased by the vendor direct from the Gresley Society engineers. Is this the ultimate 'Body side panel / Flame cut'? Would surely grace any enthusiast's garage. Just stunning!!

Guide: £3000 - 5000
Flamecut Panels £1200
(PB 15)
39 All of our Diesel Worksplates are personally vetted by the Auctioneer, who is an avid Modern Traction Collector in his own right. There are no 'artificially weathered' Diesel Worksplates allowed to be entered in our auctions, which have been noticed and "MIS - DESCRIBED" in other auctions and sold for higher values than their true worth.

Alloy Diamond Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "NORTH BRITISH LOCOMOTIVE Co LTD, THE GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY LTD, No 27681 - 1958". As carried by Class 21 D6100. (First of the class). New to 34B Hornsey 12/58. Withdrawn 10/71 and cut up at BREL, Glasgow 11/72. Ex loco condition. As removed

Guide: £1000 - 1500
Worksplates (Diesel and Electric) £650
(PB 114)
40 Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "THE ENGLISH ELECTRIC COMPANY LTD LONDON, THE VULCAN FOUNDRY LTD LOCOMOTIVE WORKS ENGLAND, No 2864 / D580 - 1960". As carried by Class 37 D6701 later becoming 37001 / 37707. New to 30A Stratford 12/60. Loco stored 09/07, withdrawn 04/11 and cut up by EMR Kingsbury 09/11. Chromed brass in ex loco condition.

Guide: £600- 800
Worksplates (Diesel and Electric) £800
(PB 495)
41 Alloy Electric Locomotive Worksplate "BRITISH RAILWAYS - DONCASTER 1962 - ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATED ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIES". As carried by Class 85 E3068 / 85013. New to ACL 05/62. Withdrawn 10/90 and cut up by MC Metal Processing 06/93. Face restored, back ex loco condition.

Guide: £500 - 800
Worksplates (Diesel and Electric) £800
(PB 487)
42 Electric Locomotive Worksplate "BUILT BY BRITISH RAILWAYS - DONCASTER 1959 - POWER EQUIPMENT ENGLISH ELECTRIC COMPANY LIMITED". As carried by a Class 71 in the number range E5002 - E5013. Some of these later converted to Class 74. Ex loco condition.

Guide: £2500 - 3500
Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)  
43 Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION, DESIGNED & MANUFACTURED WITH ALSTOM, VALENCIA, SPAIN, SERIAL 968742 - 03 - 10/99" as carried by Class 67003. Arrived in the UK 10/99. Currently operated by DB Cargo UK but has been in store since 10/19. Rectangular stainless steel in ex loco condition.

Guide: £400 - 600
Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)  
44 Alloy Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive Worksplate "BEYER PEACOCK (HYMEK) LTD - SERIAL No 7927 - 1962, MANCHESTER". As carried by Class 35 Hymek D7033. New to 88A Cardiff Canton 05/62 and Withdrawn 01/72. Cut up at Swindon Works 11/72. Ex-loco condition. As removed .

Guide: £1000 - 1500
Worksplates (Diesel and Electric) £1300
(PB 24)
45 Fibre Diesel Locomotive Cab Plate "D6521". As fitted to Class 33 D6521 when new to 73C Hither Green. Later to become 33108. As removed condition.

Guide: £200 - 400
Loco £120
(PB 15)
46 Cast Brass Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "NORTH BRITISH LOCOMOTIVE COMPANY LTD, GLASGOW, No 27706 - 1957. As carried by BR Diesel Hydraulic Shunter 11711 becoming D2711 04/61. New to 62B Dundee Tay Bridge 09/57. Withdrawn after working as Crewe Works Shunter 02/67. Cut up by Slag Reduction, Ickles 11/67. Ex-loco condition.

Guide: £300 - 500
Worksplates (Diesel and Electric) £650
(PB 24)
47 Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "GM LOCOMOTIVE GROUP, LONDON, CANADA, SERIAL 968702 - 202 - 02/00". As carried by Class 66 66202. Arrived in the UK 29/02/00 and allocated to Toton 03/00. Still in service with DB Cargo UK and currently operating in France. Rectangular stainless steel in ex loco condition.

Guide: £200 - 400
Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)  
48 Alloy Oval Electric Worksplate "BREL LIMITED 1989 - MANUFACTURED AT CREWE". As carried by a Class 90. Ex Loco condition.

Guide: £700- 1000
Worksplates (Diesel and Electric) £900
(PB 52)
49 Cast Iron Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "BUILT 1958 HORWICH". As carried by a Class 08 shunter in the number range D3593- D3607, D3803 - D3807 becoming 08478 - 08492, 08636 - 08640. Ex-loco condition.

Guide: £200 - 300
Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)  
50 Alloy Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "BRITISH RAILWAYS - BUILT DERBY 1964 - POWER EQUIPMENT BY ASSOCIATED ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIES LTD & SULZER". As carried by a Class 25 in the number range D5240 - 5299, D7500 - 7520, 25090 - 25170. Totally Ex loco condition front & back.

Guide: £300 - 500
Worksplates (Diesel and Electric) £750
(PB 24)
51 Chromed Brass Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "THE ENGLISH ELECTRIC COMPANY LTD, No. 3073/D623 - 1960, THE VULCAN FOUNDRY LTD LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, ENGLAND". As carried by Class 40 D327 becoming 40127. New to 5A Crewe North 12/60 and withdrawn 02/82. Cut up at Swindon Works 10/83. Ex-loco condition.

Guide: £700 - 1000
Worksplates (Diesel and Electric) £950
(PB 67)
52 Alloy Electric Locomotive Worksplate "BRUSH TRACTION LOCOMOTIVE No 1105 - 1994". As carried by Class 92 92014. In service 09/94 and named "EMILE ZOLA" until 04/15. Still in service with GB Railfreight on the Caledonian Sleepers. Ex loco condition.

Guide: £600 - 800
Worksplates (Diesel and Electric) £600
(PB 64)
53 Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "GM LOCOMOTIVE GROUP, LONDON, CANADA, SERIAL 998106 - 02 - 05/99. As carried by Class 66502. Arrived in the UK 07/99. Named 'Basford Hall Centenary 2001' 08/01. Still in service with Freightliner UK. Rectangular stainless steel in ex loco condition.

Guide: £400 - 600
Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)  
54 Alloy Electric Locomotive Cab Plate "THE GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY, BUILDERS NORTH BRITISH LOCOMOTIVE Co LTD". As fitted to one of the ten Class 84 Electric locos working on the WCML. A rare plate in ex loco condition.

Guide: £300 - 400
Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)  
55A Engraved Brass Electric Locomotive Worksplate "No 1036 GORTON 1951". As carried by Class 76 E26029 becoming 76029 02/74. New to 39A Gorton 12/51 and Withdrawn 07/81. Cut up by Coopers Metals, Brightside 04/83. Ex-loco condition.

Guide: £1500 - 2500
Worksplates (Diesel and Electric) £1800
(PB 59)
55B Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "THE ENGLISH ELECTRIC Co Ltd, VULCAN WORKS, NEWTON - LE - WILLOWS ENGLAND, No 3812 / D1183 - 1968". As carried by Class 50 D442 / 50042. New to D05 10/68 and named 'Triumph' at Laira depot 10/78. Withdrawn 10/90 and sold for preservation. Currently at the Bodmin & Wenford railway. Front and back cleaned.

Guide: £4000 - 6000
Worksplates (Diesel and Electric) £3100
(PB 249)
55C Alloy Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "BRITISH RAILWAYS - CREWE BUILT 1961 - POWER EQUIPMENT BY SULZER AND CROMPTON PARKINSON LTD". As carried by a Class 45 'Peak' in the number range D85 - D137. Front clean, rear ex-loco.

Guide: £600 - 900
Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)  
55D Alloy Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "BEYER PEACOCK (GORTON) LTD, SERIAL No 8007 - 1964 MANCHESTER". As carried by Class 17 Clayton - B.R. No D8590. Front restored back Ex-loco condition.

Guide: £600 - 900
Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)  
56 Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "3400" As carried by a Hawksworth designed 94xx Class 0-6-0PT built by the Yorkshire Engine Co, Sheffield in December 1955. Allocations included Cardiff East Dock, Shrewsbury and Radyr from where it was withdrawn in May 1962. Cut up at R.S.Hayes, Bridgend 02/65.

Guide: £600 - 700
Cabsides (GWR and BR)  
57 C/I Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "3757" As carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 57xx class 0-6-0PT built at Swindon works in December 1937. Allocated to only Neath Court Sart it was withdrawn from there in May 1964. Cut up at Bird's Bynea, South Wales 07/64.

Guide: £350 - 400
Cabsides (GWR and BR)  
58 Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "4156" As carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 2-6-2T built at Swindon Works in August 1947. Allocations included Newport Ebbw Jct and Seven Tunnel Jct from where it was withdrawn in June 1965. Cut up at Woodhams, Barry 7/80.

Guide: £500 - 600
Cabsides (GWR and BR)  
59 C/I Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "6639" As carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 56xx class 0-6-2T built at Swindon works in September 1928. Allocations included Newport Ebbw Jct, Swindon, Radyr, Llantrisant and Leamington Spa from where it was withdrawn in October 1963. Cut up at Cohen's, Morriston, South Wales 05/64.

Guide: £350 - 450
Cabsides (GWR and BR) £400
(PB 636)
60 Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "6679" As carried by a Collett designed 56xx class 0-6-2T built at Swindon works in September 1928. Allocations included Severn Tunnel Jct, Tondu, Kidderminster and Stourbridge Jct from where it was withdrawn in September 1965. Cut up at Cohen's Kettering 03/66.

Guide: £500 - 600
Cabsides (GWR and BR)  
61 Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "6716" As carried by a Collett designed 57xx class ex GWR 0-6-0PT built by W.G. Bagnall of Stafford in July 1930. Allocated to only Swindon throughout its working life it was withdrawn in February 1959. Cut up at Swindon works 01/60.

Guide: £500 - 600
Cabsides (GWR and BR)  
62 Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "6764" As carried by a Collett designed 57xx Class 0-6-0PT built at Swindon Works November 1948. Allocations included Newport Ebbw Jct, Newport Pill and Swansea East Dock from where it was withdrawn in December 1963. Cut up in February 1964.

Guide: £500 - 600
Cabsides (GWR and BR)  
63 Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "6935" As carried by a Collett designed 49xx class ex GWR 4-6-0 Named "BROWSHOLME HALL" built at Swindon Works in December 1941. Allocations included Westbury, Swindon, Carmarthen, Cardiff Canton Newport Ebbw Jct, Bristol Barrow Road and Cardiff East Dock from where it was withdrawn in February 1965. Cut up at Swindon Works 04/65.

Guide: £1400 - 1800
Cabsides (GWR and BR)  
64 Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "8422" As carried by a Hawksworth designed 94xx Class 0-6-0PT built by W.G. Bagnall, Stafford in October 1950. Allocations included Newton Abbot, St.Blazey, Plymouth Laira and Southall from where it was withdrawn in July 1962. Cut up at Cashmores, Newport, South Wales 10/62.

Guide: £500 - 600
Cabsides (GWR and BR)  
65 Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "8464" As carried by a Hawksworth designed 94xx Class 0-6-0PT built by the Yorkshire Engine Co, Leeds in October 1950.Allocations included Duffryn Yard, Cardiff East Dock, Cardiff Canton, Oxley, Old Oak Common, Old Oak Common and Reading from where it was withdrawn in December 1963. Cut up at Swindon Works 03/64.

Guide: £500 - 600
Cabsides (GWR and BR)  
66 Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "8488" As carried by a Hawksworth designed 94xx class 0-6-0PT built by Robert Stephenson & Hawthorns Ltd in July1952. Allocations included Swansea East Dock, Neath Court Sart and Llanelly from where it was withdrawn in May 1965. Cut up at Birds Bynea, South Wales 08/65.

Guide: £500 - 600
Cabsides (GWR and BR)  
67 Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "8725" As carried by a Collett designed 57xx class 0-6-0PT built by W.G.Bagnall, Stafford in December 1930. Allocations included Birkenhead, Tyseley, Leamington Spa, Wolverhampton Stafford Road, Wrexham Rhosddu and Bristol Barrow Road from where it was withdrawn in October 1962. Cut up at Cashmore's Newport, South Wales.

Guide: £500 - 600
Cabsides (GWR and BR) £600
(PB 663)
68 GWR - Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "6981" As carried by a Hawksworth designed Modified Hall Class 4-6-0 named "MARBURY HALL" built at Swindon works in February 1948. Its working life was spent allocated between Bristol Bath Road and Bristol St.Philips Marsh and was withdrawn from the latter in March 1964. Cut up at R.S.Hayes, Tremains Yard, Bridgend, South Wales 08/6

Guide: £1500 - 1800
Cabsides (GWR and BR) £1800
(PB 24)
69 C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "43118" As carried by an Ivatt designed Class 4MT 2-6-0 built at Horwich Works in June 1951. Allocations included Nottingham, Cricklewood, Stoke, Lower Darwen, Lostock Hall and Workington from where it was withdrawn in November 1967. Cut up at Campbell's

Guide: £500 - 600
Smokeboxes £420
(PB 677)
70 C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "48405" As carried by a Stanier designed ex LMS 8F 2-8-0 built at Swindon Works in August 1943. Allocations included Saltley, Kirkby-in-Ashfield, Stourton, Mansfield and Warrington Dallam from where it was withdrawn in July 1966. Cut up at Cashmore's Great Bridge 10/66.

Guide: £350 - 500
Smokeboxes  
71 C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "3617". As carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 57xx class 0-6-0PT built at Swindon Works April 1939. Allocated to only Llantrisant throughout its working life it was withdrawn from there in September 1964. Cut up at Ward's Briton Ferry, South Wales 11/64.

Guide: £350 - 400
Smokeboxes  
72 C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "3680". As carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 57xx class 0-6-0PT built at Swindon works in July 1940. Allocations included Aberdare and Llantrisant from where it was withdrawn in May 1964. Cut up at Bird's Risca, South Wales 07/64.

Guide: £300 - 400
Smokeboxes  
73 C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "6764". As carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 57xx class 0-6-0PT built at Swindon works in November 1948. Allocations included Newport Ebbw Jct, Newport Pill and Swansea East Dock from where it was withdrawn in December 1963. Scrapped in February 1964.

Guide: £400 - 450
Smokeboxes  
74 C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "42551". As carried by a Stanier designed ex LMS class 4 2-6-4T built by the North British Locomotive Co, Glasgow in July 1936. Allocations included Newton Heath, Accrington, Lees (Oldham) Lower Darwin and Southport from where it was withdrawn in December 1964. Cut up at Ward's Beighton, Sheffield 07/65.

Guide: £500 - 600
Smokeboxes  
75 C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "42710". As carried by a Hughes designed ex LMS class 6p5F (Crab) 2-6-0 built at Horwich works February 1927. Allocations included Newton Heath, Gorton and Stockport Edgeley from where it was withdrawn in August 1965. Cut up at Bird's Morriston, South Wales 12/65.

Guide: £400 - 500
Smokeboxes £550
(PB 649)
76 C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "45028". As carried by a Stanier designed ex LMS Class 5MT 4-6-0 built at The Vulcan Foundry in September 1934. Allocations included Rugby, Crewe South, Warrington Dallam, Crewe North, Mold Jct, Holyhead, Carlisle Upperby and Carlisle Kingmoor from where it was withdrawn in March 1967. Cut up at Campbell's Airdrie 01/68.

Guide: £400 - 500
Smokeboxes £400
(PB 168)
77 C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "63933". As carried by a Gresley designed ex GNR/LNER class 02/02 2-8-0 built at Doncaster works in November 1923 rebuilt however in January 1958 as a 02/04. Allocations included New England, Doncaster, Colwick and Grantham from where it was withdrawn in December 1962. Cut up at Central Wagon, Ince Wigan 12/63.

Guide: £400 - 500
Smokeboxes  
78 C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "73033". As carried by a Riddles designed BR Standard Class 5 4-6-0 built at Derby works in August 1953. Allocations included Glasgow Polmadie, Shrewsbury, Oxley, Chester, Willesden, Bletchley, Nuneaton, Eastleigh and Patricroft from where it was withdrawn in January 1968. Cut up at Cashmore's Newport, South Wales 07/68.

Guide: £400 - 600
Smokeboxes £600
(PB 154)
79 C/I Shed Plate "11C" OXENHOLME. Restored condition.

Guide: £250 - 500
Shedcodes £480
(PB 2)
80 C/I Shed Plate "12C" PENRITH. Restored condition.

Guide: £200 - 300
Shedcodes  
81 C/I Shed Plate "41C" SHEFFIELD MILLHOUSES. Ex Loco condition.

Guide: £200 - 300
Shedcodes £200
(PB 110)
82 C/I Shed Plate "30A" STRATFORD". Ex Loco condition.

Guide: £120 - 150
Shedcodes £120
(PB 114)
83 C/I Shed Plate "50B" LEEDS NEVILLE HILL. Restored condition.

Guide: £100 -120
Shedcodes £170
(PB 2)
84 C/I Shed Plate "73A" STEWARTS LANE. Front restored long time ago. Back Ex Loco condition. showing triangle on the rear.

Guide: £100 - 120
Shedcodes  
85 C/I Shed Plate "60A" INVERNESS. Restored condition.

Guide: £200- 300
Shedcodes  
86 C/I Shed Plate "62C" DUNFERMLINE (UPPER). Restored condition.

Guide: £150 -250
Shedcodes  
87 C/I Shed Plate "63C" FORFAR. Restored condition.

Guide: £200 -300
Shedcodes £320
(PB 540)
88 C/I Shed Plate "64A" ST. MARGARETS. Restored condition.

Guide: £150 - 250
Shedcodes  
89 C/I Shed Plate "64E" POLMONT. Restored condition.

Guide: £150 - 250
Shedcodes  
90 C/I Shed Plate "65F" GRANGEMOUTH. Restored condition.

Guide: £150 - 250
Shedcodes  
91 C/I Shed Plate "66E" CARSTAIRS. Restored condition.

Guide: £150 - 250
Shedcodes  
92 C/I Shed Plate "67A" CORKERHILL. Ex Loco condition.

Guide: £150 - 250
Shedcodes £250
(PB 149)
93 C/I Shed Plate "67B" HURLFORD. Ex Loco condition.

Guide: £150 - 250
Shedcodes £240
(PB 2)
94 C/I Shed Plate "67C" AYR. Ex Loco condition.

Guide: £150 - 250
Shedcodes  
95 C/I Shed Plate "67D" ARDROSSAN. Restored condition.

Guide: £200 - 250
Shedcodes  
96 C/I Shed Plate "67E" DUMFRIES. Ex Loco condition.

Guide: £200 - 300
Shedcodes £330
(PB 30)
97 C/I Shed Plate "67F" STRANRAER. Restored condition.

Guide: £200 - 300
Shedcodes £200
(PB 98)
98 C/I Shed Plate "81D" READING. Restored condition.

Guide: £200 - 300
Shedcodes  
99 C/I Shed Plate "82C" SWINDON. Ex loco condition.

Guide: £150 - 250
Shedcodes  
100 C/I Shed Plate "86C" CARDIFF CANTON. Restored condition.

Guide: £150 - 250
Shedcodes  
101 C/I Shed Plate "86K" ABERGAVENNY. Ex Loco condition.

Guide: £250 - 350
Shedcodes £460
(PB 36)
102 C/I Shed Plate "88C" BARRY. Restored condition.

Guide: £200 - 300
Shedcodes  
103 C/I Shed Plate "88E" ABERCYNON. Restored condition.

Guide: £150 - 250
Shedcodes £240
(PB 2)
104 C/I Shed Plate "88G" LLANTRISANT. Ex Loco condition.

Guide: £150 - 250
Shedcodes £120
(PB 155)
105 C/I Shed Plate "88J" ABERDARE. Restored condition.

Guide: £150 -250
Shedcodes  
106 C/I Shed Plate "89A" OSWESTRY. Restored condition.

Guide: £150 - 250
Shedcodes  
107 C/I Shed Plate "89B" BRECON. Restored condition.

Guide: £150 - 250
Shedcodes  
108 C/I Shed Plate surround "SC" Self-cleaning plate. Ex Loco

Guide: £100 - 120
Shedcodes  
109 Alloy Shedplate "87E" LANDORE. As carried by Diesel Hydraulics - Class 35 / 42-3 / 52. Ex loco front and back.

Guide: £150 - 200
Shedcodes £110
(PB 246)
110 Brass Oval Steam Locomotive Worksplate "LMS BUILT 1943 GWR". As carried by a LMS 8F. Clean as removed condition, stamped LMS on the back.

Guide: £250 - 350
Worksplates (Steam) £280
(PB 456)
111 Brass Steam Locomotive Worksplate "LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY 4851 DARLINGTON WORKS 1934". As carried by a J39 0-6-0 Loco becoming BR 64851.Front restored many years ago!

Guide: £150 - 200
Worksplates (Steam)  
112 Brass Steam Locomotive Worksplate - Armstrong-Whitworth - Works No 955/1928. As carried by a GWR 0-6-2 - No 6667. Ex Loco condition. Missing two corners.

Guide: £150 - 200
Worksplates (Steam)  
113 C/I LMS Steam Locomotive Tender Plate "LMS No. 3792 1927". As carried by a Fowler 4-4-0 Loco Number 40911. Top left bolt hole repaired. Front Restored.

Guide: £80 - 120
Tender Plates  
114 C/I LMS Steam Locomotive Tender Plate "LMS No. 9059 1935". As carried by a Black 5 No 45006. As removed condition.

Guide: £80 - 120
Tender Plates £180
(PB 1)
115 C/I GNR Oval Bridge Plate "GNR 2". Face restored.

Guide: £50 - 75
Bridge Plates  
116 C/I BR Oval Bridge Plate "BR 77". Face restored.

Guide: £40 - 60
Bridge Plates  
117 C/I GNR Oval Bridge Plate "6". B99 casting. As removed.40 -60

Guide: £50 - 75
Bridge Plates £50
(PB 429)
118 C/I Midland Railway Square Bridge Plate "6". As removed.

Guide: £40 - 50
Bridge Plates  
119 C/I M&GNR Oval Bridge Plate "150". Restored condition.

Guide: £70 - 80
Bridge Plates £130
(PB 674)
120 C/I Cheshire Lines Ry Oval Bridge Plate "165". As removed condition.

Guide: £50 - 75
Bridge Plates  
121 C/I LNWR Oval Bridge Plate "60". As removed condition.

Guide: £50 - 70
Bridge Plates  
122 C/I B.R Oval Bridge Plate "113". Repainted front and back.

Guide: £30 - 40
Bridge Plates  
123 C/I L&NWR Oval Bridge Plate "22B". As removed condition.

Guide: £40 - 60
Bridge Plates  
124 C/I LNER Oval Bridge Plate "171" Restored condition.

Guide: £40 - 60
Bridge Plates  
125 C/I NER Oval Bridge Plate "107". As removed condition.

Guide: £30 - 40
Bridge Plates  
126 Alloy Wagon Plate "Metro-Cammell 1964" Cannon shape, commonly seen on oil tank wagons.

Guide: £30 - 40
Wagon Plates £30
(PB 516)
127 Alloy Wagon Plate "Metro-Cammell 1965" Cannon shape, commonly seen on oil tank wagons.

Guide: £30 - 40
Wagon Plates £40
(PB 199)
128 C/I Midland Railway Wagon Plate "MIDLAND 117353" Large version, scalloped corners, Ex 4 wheeled Banana Van, built approx. 1906. Restored condition.

Guide: £150 - 200
Wagon Plates  
129 Enamel Plate "RAPIER" Steam Crane jib head plate. From a Ransomes & Rapier Steam Crane. 48" x 9.5".

Guide: £60 - 80
Enamel Signs £60
(PB 613)
130 C/I Ransomes & Rapier Builders Plate 1944 Ipswich, ex crane runner. 20" x 5".

Guide: £30 - 40
Cast Iron Signs  
131 Taylor & Hubbard Brass Builders plate. Amongst other cranes this company, based in Leicester, manufactured Permanent Way Steam Cranes for the big four and subsequently British Railways. 9" x 5"

Guide: £30 - 40
Miscellaneous  
132 C/I Bridge Maker's Plate "P&W MACLELLAN LIMITED, CLUTHA WORKS, GLASGOW 1946". They made Iron Railway footbridges amongst other structures. As removed condition.

Guide: £30 - 40
Cast Iron Signs  
133 Brass Oval "Gloucestershire Carriage & Wagon" builders plate 9" x 6.5" slight damage to bolt holes. Front section painted red.

Guide: £30 - 40
Wagon Plates £40
(PB 537)
134 Enamel Wagon Plate "PROCOR HORBURY WAGON WORKS - WAKEFIELD". Excellent Condition.

Guide: £40 - 60
Wagon Plates £80
(PB 243)
135 C/I Sign - Untitled Cambrian Rly "BEWARE OF TRAINS". Ex-lineside condition.

Guide: £60 - 80
Cast Iron Signs £60
(PB 537)
136 C/I Sign Titled "GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY BEWARE OF THE TRAINS LOOK BOTH UP AND DOWN THE LINE BEFORE YOU CROSS". Unrestored, ex-lineside condition.

Guide: £60 - 80
Cast Iron Signs  
137 C/I G.W.R Standard Signal Box Door Titled Notice "NO UNAUTHORIZED PERSON IS ALLOWED IN THIS BOX - BY ORDER". From Cardiff Tidal Sidings South. Ex-box condition.

Guide: £80 - 100
Cast Iron Signs  
138 C/I G.N.R Notice "BEWARE OF THE TRAINS". Restored front.

Guide: £60 - 80
Cast Iron Signs £60
(PB 537)
139 C/I Titled Sign "LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE PUBLIC NOTICE" Warning not to trespass, with seven lines of text. Unrestored condition.

Guide: £60 - 80
Cast Iron Signs  
140 C/I S.Rly. Gate Notice "PENALTY FOR NOT SHUTTING GATE £2". Ex-lineside condition.

Guide: £40 - 60
Cast Iron Signs £50
(PB 168)
141 C/I Sign "NOTICE NO UNAUTHORISED PERSON IS ALLOWED TO OPEN THESE DOORS". Original condition. Ex - Gun Power Van

Guide: £70 - 90
Cast Iron Signs £90
(PB 412)
142 A Superb Matching Pair of Original Left and Right handed "TRACTION ENGINE HEAD LAMPS". Manufactured by the Hetherington Lamp Company, sprung mounted with brass manufacture's plates on each "No 96" and "No. 97". Both complete with all fittings and glasses. Original Condition. Restored black and polished.

Guide: £500 - 800
Lamps £700
(PB 661)
143 A "TRACTION ENGINE TAIL LAMP". Sprung mounted. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Original Condition. Painted black.

Guide: £200 - 300
Lamps  
144 B.R. Tail Lamp, complete with all fittings and glasses. Original Condition. Painted black. As new.

Guide: £80 - 120
Lamps  
145 B.R. (M) Locomotive Headlamp (LMS pattern). Complete with all fittings, stowaway red shade and bullseye lenses. Vessel & Burner. Excellent condition.

Guide: £100 - 200
Lamps  
146 B.R. (E) Locomotive Headlamp. All complete with vessel and burner. Nice clean condition.

Guide: £100 - 200
Lamps  
147 B.R. (M) Square Brake Van lamp. All complete with vessel and burner, front Clear and rear red bull nose lenses. Nice condition.

Guide: £80 - 150
Lamps  
148 C/I B.R (WR) Tubular Round Ball Signal Finial. Restored Condition.

Guide: £60 - 80
Signal Finials £60
(PB 537)
149 Signal Box Wooden Block Instrument - Ivorine plated "UP LINE" and "DOWN LINE" Ex Service condition. Up Line dial aperture missing.

Guide: £100 - 150
Block and Bell Instruments  
150 A Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway Signal Box Wooden Block Instrument - Ivorine plated "MIDSOMER NORTON SOUTH" and enamel plate "DOWN TRAIN" Ex Service condition. Single crack to glass display.

Guide: £200 - 300
Block and Bell Instruments £200
(PB 94)
151 A Signal Box Mahogany Cased "BLOCK BELL" with 'Bell' Shaped top. From "MIDSOMER NORTON SOUTH". Ex-box condition.

Guide: £100 - 150
Block and Bell Instruments £100
(PB 94)
152 A Signal Box Mahogany Cased "BLOCK BELL" with 'Mushroom' top. Ex-box condition.

Guide: £75 - 100
Block and Bell Instruments  
153 A Signal Box Telephone with separate candle stick mouthpiece.

Guide: £75 - 100
Signalling Equipment  
154 An Enamel "Home Signal Arm" marked "BR". As removed condition.

Guide: £40 - 60
Signal Arms  
155 G.W.R. Brass Signal Box Lever Plate "10 MAIN TO CROSS". Ex Box condition.

Guide: £60 - 100
Signalbox Lever Plates  
156 Brass key token "GARVE - ACHNASHEEN". Ex-Service condition.

Guide: £80 - 120
Single Line Key Tokens £220
(PB 96)
157 Brass key token "GOSPORT - FAREHAM WEST". Ex-Service condition.

Guide: £150 - 200
Single Line Key Tokens £220
(PB 96)
158 A Steel Staff "BRENT EAST - BRENT WEST". Ex-Service condition.

Guide: £80 - 100
Single Line Staffs £140
(PB 97)
159 Brass key token "POTTINGTON - BARNSTAPLE TOWN". Ex-Service condition.

Guide: £120 - 150
Single Line Key Tokens £320
(PB 96)
160 Steel / Brass Staff "EGREMONT - MOOR ROW No. 2". Ex-Service condition.

Guide: £100 - 150
Single Line Staffs £180
(PB 3)
161 A Webb & Thompson Single line staff "THREE BRIDGES - ROWFANT". Both locations on engraved plates. A section closed in 1967.

Guide: £300 - 400
Single Line Staffs £400
(PB 154)
162 A Webb & Thompson single line staff "EAST GRINSTEAD 'B' - FOREST ROW". Both locations on engraved plates. A section closed in 1967

Guide: £300 - 400
Single Line Staffs £900
(PB 96)
163 A Brass engraved location plate, formerly affixed to a Webb & Thompson single line staff "ARDINGLY".

Guide: £30 - 50
Single Line Staffs £30
(PB 234)
164 (SCR) Brass Engraved Signal Box Shelf Plate "CARRON JCT".

Guide: £100 - 150
Signalbox Shelf Plates £100
(PB 98)
165 (SCR) Brass Engraved Signal Box Shelf Plate "CUPAR".

Guide: £100 - 150
Signalbox Shelf Plates  
166 (SCR) Brass Engraved Signal Box Shelf Plate "KINCARDINE JUNCT".

Guide: £100 - 150
Signalbox Shelf Plates £100
(PB 98)
167 (SCR) Brass Engraved Signal Box Shelf Plate "LIVINGSTONE".

Guide: £100 - 150
Signalbox Shelf Plates  
168 (SCR) Brass Engraved Signal Box Shelf Plate "THORNTON WEST".

Guide: £100 - 150
Signalbox Shelf Plates £100
(PB 98)
169 (SCR) Brass Engraved Signal Box Shelf Plate "UP DISTANT SUB NIDDRIE NORTH" from the Edinburgh area.

Guide: £100 - 150
Signalbox Shelf Plates  
170 (SCR) Brass Engraved Signal Box Shelf Plate "BLOCK SWITCH" from the Edinburgh area.

Guide: £60 - 80
Signalbox Shelf Plates  
171 (SCR) Brass Engraved Signal Box Shelf Plate "UP DISTANT SIGNAL" from the Edinburgh area.

Guide: £100 - 150
Signalbox Shelf Plates  
172 North British Railway Brass Engraved Signal Box Block Instrument Location Plate "SLOW LINE STARTING SIGNAL TO P.BELLO WEST." Polished condition.

Guide: £100 - 150
Signalbox Shelf Plates  
173 North British Railway Brass Engraved Signal Box Block Instrument Location Plate "BATTERY SWITCH EAST COAST." Ex-box and Polished condition.

Guide: £100 - 150
Signalbox Shelf Plates  
174 North British Railway Brass Engraved Signal Box Block Instrument Location Plate "BOWLAND" Polished condition.

Guide: £100 - 150
Signalbox Shelf Plates  
175 North British Railway Brass Engraved Signal Box Block Instrument Location Plate "HARDENGREEN." Polished condition.

Guide: £100 - 150
Signalbox Shelf Plates £100
(PB 98)
176 North British Railway Brass Engraved Signal Box Block Instrument Location Plate "DUNBAR WEST." Polished condition.

Guide: £100 - 150
Signalbox Shelf Plates £100
(PB 140)
177 North British Railway Brass Engraved Signal Box Block Instrument Location Plate "NIDDRIE NORTH." Polished condition.

Guide: £100 - 150
Signalbox Shelf Plates  
178 North British Railway Brass Engraved Signal Box Block Instrument Location Plate "FOUNTAINHALL". Polished condition.

Guide: £100 - 150
Signalbox Shelf Plates  
179 North British Railway Brass Engraved Signal Box Block Instrument Location Plate "UP DISTANT MAIN NIDDRIE NORTH." Polished condition.

Guide: £100 - 150
Signalbox Shelf Plates  
180 North British Railway Brass Engraved Signal Box Block Instrument Location Plate "PORTOBELLO WEST SLOW LINE." Polished condition.

Guide: £100 - 150
Signalbox Shelf Plates  
181 North British Railway Brass Engraved Signal Box Block Instrument Location Plate "PORTOBELLO WEST FAST LINE." Polished condition.

Guide: £100 - 150
Signalbox Shelf Plates  
182 Ivorine Engraved Signal Box Block Instrument Location Plate "CRUMPSALL".

Guide: £20 - 40
Block and Bell Instruments  
183 Brass Engraved Signal Box Block Instrument Location Plate "KINGS ROAD JCT." Polished condition.

Guide: £100 - 150
Signalbox Shelf Plates  
184 Brass East African Railways Steam Locomotive Nameplate Set. As carried by No 5908 a 4-8-2 2-8-4 Beyer Garratt Mountain Class 59 "MT. LOOLMALASIN" Set including Cabside and Bunker number plates 5908. One of a class of large Garretts ordered from Beyer Peacock in 1955 to work between Mombasa and Nairobi. 5908 was withdrawn by Kenya Railways in 1980. Nameplate 70" x 9", cabside 27" x 9", Bunker 20" x 7". A rare opportunity to acquire a full set.

Guide: £2000 - 3000
Nameplates (Overseas)  
185 Oval Brass Beyer Peacock Worksplate No 7639 - 1955. As carried by a Class 59 - Beyer Garratt 5908 "Mt. Loolmalasin". See previous Lot. 13.5" x 6.5".

Guide: £400 - 500
Worksplates (Overseas)  
186 Set of Brass East African Railways Beyer Garratt Bunker letters "E. A. R." as purchased with "Mt. Loolmalasin". Nameplate each 8.5" x 6". See previous Lot.

Guide: £100 - 150
Loco £100
(PB 140)
187 Set of three Brass Beyer Peacock Beyer-Garratt instruction plates: Front and Hind engine mechanical lubricator feeds and Pivot plate adjustment. Lubricator plates 15.5" x 9.5". Pivot plate 10"x 7.5".

Guide: £100 - 150
Loco  
188 North British Locomotive - South African Railways Electric Locomotive Brass Diamond Worksplate "No. 26878 - 1952. As carried by a - E4 Class 1C0 - 1C0 electric locomotive number E 238. Ex Loco condition.

Guide: £150 - 250
Worksplates (Overseas) £150
(PB 140)
189 Brass Oval South African Railways single language Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "802 16BR". Originally built by North British Loco of Glasgow in 1917 to a SAR design as a class 16B class Pacific (4-6-2) it was later rebuilt by SAR with larger driving wheels, hence the R suffix to the number plate. Class was originally used for various express work out of Johannesburg. Restored Condition.

Guide: £400 - 600
Cabsides (Overseas) £250
(PB 140)
190 Brass Oval South African Railways Electric Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "E61". As carried by One of first batch of the first class (E1) of electric locomotive on South African Railway. Designed by Metropolitan Vickers (Metro Vick) of Manchester in 1925 - "E61" was the first of 18 to be built in a series by Metro Vick. A further 172 were built in total by various manufacturers. Front polished - a very attractive example!

Guide: £150 - 200
Cabsides (Overseas)  
191 Brass Oval South African Railways single language Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "2272-GE". As carried by a 2-8-2 Beyer Garratt built by Beyer Peacock of Manchester in 1925-6. At that time this successful class of heavy freight locomotives were the most powerful in Africa.

Guide: £500 - 700
Cabsides (Overseas)  
192 Brass Oval South African Railways Electric Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "E257". As carried by a Class 4E Electric Loco. Nice polished example.

Guide: £200 - 300
Cabsides (Overseas)  
193 South African Railway - Brass Oval Steam Locomotive Dual Language Cabside Number Plate "3531". As carried by a 4-8-4 Class 25 NC. Works No 27391 of 1955. Cleaned long time ago. Good condition.

Guide: £500 - 700
Cabsides (Overseas)  
194 South African Railway Brass Oval Steam Locomotive Dual Language Cabside Number Plate "2105". As carried by a 4-8-2 - 12AR Class. Built by Henschel in 1929. Works No 21435. Ex Loco condition.

Guide: £300 - 500
Cabsides (Overseas)  
195 South African Railway Electric Locomotive Worksplate "THE ENGLISH ELECTRIC COMPANY LTD, VULCAN FOUNDRY LOCOMOTIVE WORKS ENGLAND", No. 2212 / E138 - 1956." As carried by a South African Railways 3ft 6in gauge Bo-Bo Class 5E electric locomotive No. E308. As removed condition.

Guide: £200 - 300
Worksplates (Overseas)  
196 B.R. (E) Enamel Station Running-In Board "NEW BARNET". In two sections. Unflanged. A classic ECML location. Good colour and shine. VGC.

Guide: £400 - 600
Running-In-Boards £1500
(PB 632)
197 BR (Sc) Enamel Station Running-in-Board "ANNAN". Fully flanged. Ex station condition. A nice manageable size. Good colour and shine.

Guide: £300- 400
Running-In-Boards  
198 B.R. (Sc) Enamel Station Signal Box Board "ABERDOUR". Fully flanged. Ex-station condition. A nice manageable 23cm x 153cm. Good colour and shine.

Guide: £400 - 600
Signalbox Nameboards £600
(PB 512)
199 B.R. (M) Enamel Station Signal Box Board "ALTON TOWERS". Unflanged. Ex-station condition. Size 72" x 8". Situated above the stairs on the northern gable. Another extremely rare location BR (M) "One - Off" enamel Signal Box. Good colour and shine.

Guide: £2000 - 4000
Signalbox Nameboards  
200 B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "NEWTONMORE". Half flanged. Good condition, good colour & shine.

Guide: £600 - 800
Totems  
201 B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "BRUCKLAY". Half flanged. Excellent condition. Not common!! Good colour and shine.

Guide: £800 - 1200
Totems £800
(PB 97)
202 B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "KINROSS JUNCTION". Fully flanged. Black Edge.

Guide: £600 - 800
Totems £900
(PB 540)
203 B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "CAMERON BRIDGE" Fully flanged. Black Edge. Good condition.

Guide: £800 - 1000
Totems £850
(PB 3)
204 B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "BANCHORY". Fully flanged. Black Edge. Excellent condition. Good colour and shine.

Guide: £1000 - 1500
Totems £1000
(PB 97)
205 B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "ABOYNE". Fully flanged, White border. Good colour and shine, one surface repair.

Guide: £800 - 1000
Totems £800
(PB 97)
206 B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "CUPAR". Half flanged. Good condition.

Guide: £600 - 800
Totems  
207 B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "NEWPORT-ON-TAY EAST". Fully flanged. Black Edge. Some good restoration to the bottom two bolt holes, good colour and shine.

Guide: £1000 - 1500
Totems  
208 B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "NEWPORT-ON-TAY WEST". Fully flanged. Black Edge. Some good restoration to the bottom two bolt holes, good colour and shine.

Guide: £1000 - 1500
Totems  
209 B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "TAYPORT". Fully flanged. Good colour and shine.

Guide: £700 - 1000
Totems £1400
(PB 664)
210 B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "WORMIT". Fully flanged. Black Edge. Good colour and shine.

Guide: £700 - 1000
Totems £1000
(PB 673)
211 B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "BURNTISLAND". Fully flanged. Black Edge.

Guide: £500 - 750
Totems £700
(PB 512)
212 B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "THORNTON JUNCTION". Half flanged. Good colour and shine.

Guide: £600 - 750
Totems £500
(PB 60)
213 B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "CARDENDEN". Fully flanged.

Guide: £500 - 700
Totems £800
(PB 669)
214 B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "NEILSTON HIGH". Fully flanged, White border. Good condition.

Guide: £400 - 600
Totems  
215 B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "LEUCHARS JUNCTION". Half flanged. Ex Station condition, still affixed to its original wooden mounted back board, also painted in Scottish Blue. A nice original untouched example!...as removed.

Guide: £1200 - 1500
Totems  
216 B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "ADDIEWELL". Fully flanged. Only once before in auction, June 2008. Good colour and shine.

Guide: £500 - 800
Totems  
217 B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "KENNETHMONT". Fully flanged. White border. Good condition.

Guide: £500 - 800
Totems £1000
(PB 217)
218 B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "KILPATRICK". Fully flanged. White border.

Guide: £350 - 500
Totems  
219 B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "GREENHILL". Fully flanged. Black Edge.

Guide: £400 - 600
Totems £950
(PB 665)
220 B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "BOLLINGTON". Fully flanged. Black Edge. A minor chip just at the top of the first 'L'. Otherwise Good colour and shine.

Guide: £500 - 600
Totems £500
(PB 674)
221 B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "ADLINGTON". Fully flanged. Black Edge.

Guide: £400 - 600
Totems  
222 B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "CARNFORTH". Fully flanged. Black Edge. One of the best example's to be offered to the market!

Guide: £800 - 1000
Totems £1600
(PB 255)
223 B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "LUTON MIDLAND ROAD". Half flanged. Good colour and shine

Guide: £600 - 800
Totems £800
(PB 88)
224 B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "KENTON". Half flanged. Good colour and shine

Guide: £600 - 800
Totems  
225 B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "DARWEN". Half flanged. Good colour and shine

Guide: £800 - 1200
Totems £1600
(PB 624)
226 B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "HEATON PARK". Black Edge, Fully flanged. Good condition.

Guide: £500 - 700
Totems  
227 B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "ILKESTON NORTH". Half flanged. Very rare, not often seen in auction.

Guide: £1200 - 1500
Totems £1200
(PB 223)
228 B.R. (W) Station Enamel Totem Sign "NEWQUAY". Half flanged. Some face restoration. A classic Cornish branch terminus. Very rare, not often seen in auction.

Guide: £2500 - 3500
Totems £2200
(PB 15)
229 B.R. (W) Station Enamel Totem Sign "MACHYNLLETH". Fully flanged. Black Edge. Excellent Condition. Great colour and shine.

Guide: £2000 - 3000
Totems £2800
(PB 669)
230 B.R. (W) Station Enamel Totem Sign "LLANWRTYD WELLS". Fully flanged. Black Edge. Excellent Condition. Great colour and shine. Very rare.

Guide: £2000 - 3000
Totems £2100
(PB 93)
231 B.R. (W) Station Enamel Totem Sign "WREXHAM GENERAL". Fully flanged. Black Edge. Good colour and shine.

Guide: £600 - 800
Totems  
232 B.R. (W) Station Enamel Totem Sign "LEOMINSTER". Fully flanged. Black Edge. Excellent Condition.

Guide: £800 - 1200
Totems £1400
(PB 65)
233 B.R. (W) Station Enamel Totem Sign "EVESHAM". Half flanged. Good Condition.

Guide: £600 - 800
Totems £800
(PB 3)
234 B.R. (W) Station Enamel Totem Sign "KENSINGTON OLYMPIA". Fully flanged. Black Edge. Excellent Condition. Great colour and shine.

Guide: £1000 - 1500
Totems £1200
(PB 42)
235 B.R. (W) Station Enamel Totem Sign "PRINCES RISBOROUGH". Fully flanged. Black Edge. Good colour and shine.

Guide: £800 - 1200
Totems £1800
(PB 637)
236 B.R. (E) Station Enamel Totem Sign "WROXHAM". Fully flanged. Black Edge. Excellent Condition.

Guide: £800 - 1.200
Totems £1000
(PB 97)
237 B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "SALISBURY". Half flanged. Nice colour and shine.

Guide: £800 - 1.200
Totems £1100
(PB 15)
238 B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "ESHER". Fully flanged. Ex-station condition.

Guide: £400 - 600
Totems  
239 B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "EASTLEIGH". Half flanged. Excellent condition.

Guide: £800 - 1200
Totems £1100
(PB 86)
240 B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "CRANLEIGH". Fully flanged. Black Edge. Only once before in auction, July 2011. From a station on the Horsham to Guildford line, closed in June 1965. Has been with the same vendor since closure of the line. As removed condition.

Guide: £3500 - 5000
Totems £3000
(PB 249)
241 B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "WEST GRINSTEAD". Fully flanged. Not a common totem, last offered in 2017. From a station on the Christ's Hospital to Shoreham route, closed in March 1966. Has been with the same vendor since closure of the line. As removed condition.

Guide: £2000 - 3000
Totems £1000
(PB 60)
242 B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "PORTSMOUTH & SOUTHSEA". Fully flanged. Excellent condition.

Guide: £800 - 1000
Totems £1100
(PB 616)
243 B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "WYE". Fully flanged.

Guide: £600 - 800
Totems £800
(PB 652)
244 S.R. Station Enamel Target Sign "PLYMSTOCK". Not Common. From a station on the Plymouth to Yealmpton branch, closed in 1961. Good condition. Not common!

Guide: £600 - 900
Targets £1600
(PB 675)
245 S.R. Station Enamel Target Sign "VAUXHALL". Good condition.

Guide: £300 - 400
Targets £340
(PB 119)
246 B.R (M) Enamel Street Direction Sign "NAVIGATION RD STATION" with left facing arrow.

Guide: £600 - 800
Enamel Street Direction Signs £500
(PB 103)
247 B.R (NE) Enamel Street Direction Sign "HIGH SHIELDS STATION" with left facing arrow.

Guide: £600 - 1000
Enamel Street Direction Signs £750
(PB 300)
248 B.R (Sc) Enamel Street Direction Sign "BURNSIDE STATION" with left facing arrow. Good colour and shine.

Guide: £300 - 500
Enamel Street Direction Signs £320
(PB 613)
249 L.N.E.R. Cast Iron Seatback Sign "NOTTINGHAM VICTORIA". Face restored. Mounted on wood for display. Rare survivor!

Guide: £1500 - 2500
Seatbacks £2400
(PB 626)
250 Great Central Railway 12 inch dial clock by W Ross of Nottingham. The mahogany surround is fitted with a spun brass bezel, the back box has two side doors and one bottom door, with enamel Numberplate "777" fitted to the side. The chain driven fusee movement is complete with pendulum and winding key. Locations for this clock include Earlstown and Kenyon Junction. Excellent working order. Just serviced.

Guide: £1000 - 1500
Clocks  
251 A London & North Western Railway 24 inch Dial Fusee Clock supplied to the L&NWR by John Walker of London. The fuse movement is inscribed "John Walker 77 Cornhill & 230 Regent St, London 703". The back box has a label indicating that the clock was located at OLDHAM MUMPS when returned from service to the BR Clock & Watch Dept., Room 203, Manchester Victoria on 11 December 1979. A large and well-made clock with restored dial, in working order and complete with pendulum and winding key. Excellent working order. Just serviced.

Guide: £1500 - 2000
Clocks  
252 A Manchester, Sheffield & Lincoln Railway 12 inch Dial Fusee Clock, supplied to the MS&L by W.McFerran, Victoria Street, Manchester. No. 441. Restored dial reads: "W. McFERRAN, VICTORIA ST. M. S & L. 441 MANCHESTER". In working order and complete with pendulum and winding key. Excellent working order. Just serviced.

Guide: £1000 - 1200
Clocks  
253 A London Brighton & South Coast Railway 18 Inch Dial, Seven Foot Wall Clock The Original Face Marked "B.R (S), John Walker, 1 South Molton St, London, 733 B". Supplied new in June 1866 at the cost of £8.10s. A lovely example in working order with dead beat escapement and Harrisons maintaining power, and is complete with pendulum Bob weight Winding and case keys. This clock was allocated to WIVELSFIELD down platform on the LONDON TO BRIGHTON MAIN LINE. Excellent working order.

Guide: £1800 - 2500
Clocks  
254 N.E.R 6in Gothic style oak cased silvered dial clock supplied to the North Eastern Railway c1900. The going barrel movement plates are stamped 'W&H Sch' which are the markings of suppliers Winterhalder & Hofmeier of Germany. The silvered dial is engraved NER 729. The back of the case is marked B.R (NE) 5277. Records indicate this clock was allocated to The Chief Clerk's Room, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. The clock is in working order and is complete with pendulum and winding key. Excellent working order. Just serviced.

Guide: £800 - 1000
Clocks  
255 For the railway clock/watch collector/connoisseur. Recently discovered in a cupboard at the premises of John Walker Ltd, London, clock and pocket watch repair and restoration contractors to railways throughout Britain and the World:

Key with engraved metal tag "L.N.W.R CAMDEN WATCH BOX".

Guide: £30 - 50
Clocks  
256 Key with engraved metal tag "L.N.W.R RUGBY WATCH BOX".

Guide: £30 - 50
Clocks £75
(PB 543)
257 Key with engraved metal tag "L.N.W.R NUNEATON WATCH BOX".

Guide: £30 - 50
Clocks  
258 Eight clock keys on a key ring with brass engraved tag "J WALKER, 230 REGENT STREET, LONDON W.C"

Guide: £30 - 50
Clocks  
259 The following lots are a collection of original enamel railway pocket watch dials, ex-stock, recently discovered at the premises of John Walker Ltd: London. An original enamel fully titled railway pocket watch dial: "BAHIA RAILWAY" (Brazil). With John Walker Cornhill & Regent St address.

Guide: £40 - 60
Clock and Watch Dials  
260 An original enamel fully titled railway pocket watch dial: "LONDON CHATHAM & DOVER RAILWAY No. 20". The face includes an inset second hand dial

Guide: £40 - 60
Clock and Watch Dials £70
(PB 667)
261 An original enamel fully titled railway pocket watch dial: "FERRO-CARRILL DE UTRERA A MORON". A Spanish concern built in 1864. With John Walker Cornhill & Regent St address.

Guide: £40 - 60
Clock and Watch Dials  
262 An original London &North Western Railway enamel railway pocket watch dial: "L&N.W.R."

Guide: £40 - 60
Clock and Watch Dials  
263 An original enamel fully titled railway pocket watch dial: "MADRAS RAILWAY" (Southern India). With John Walker Cornhill & Regent St address.

Guide: £40 - 60
Clock and Watch Dials  
264 An original enamel railway pocket watch dial: "B.B & C.I.R." (Bombay, Baroda & Central India Railway). With John Walker Cornhill & Regent St address.

Guide: £40 - 60
Clock and Watch Dials  
265 An original enamel fully titled railway pocket watch dial: "ULSTER RAILWAY". With John Walker Cornhill & Regent St address. Incorporated in 1836, this concern was merged with two other railways in 1876 to form the Great Northern Railway (I).

Guide: £40 - 60
Clock and Watch Dials £120
(PB 680)
266 An original enamel railway pocket watch dial: "A.B.*.A." For the Duinsko Vitebskaya Zheleznice (Dunaberg & Witebsk Railway). With John Walker Cornhill & Regent St address. Opened in 1866 when part of Russia and in modern times is now in Latvia.

Guide: £40 - 60
Clock and Watch Dials  
267 An original London, Brighton & South Coast Railway enamel railway pocket watch dial: "L.B & S.C.R".

Guide: £40 - 60
Clock and Watch Dials £120
(PB 236)
268 An original enamel fully titled railway pocket watch dial: "SCINDE RAILWAY". With John Walker Cornhill & Regent St address. Established in 1854 in what is now Pakistan.

Guide: £40 - 60
Clock and Watch Dials  
269 An original Midland Railway enamel titled railway pocket watch dial: "MIDLAND". With John Walker Cornhill & Regent St address.

Guide: £40 - 60
Clock and Watch Dials  
270 An original enamel fully titled railway pocket watch dial: "MAURITIUS RAILWAY". With John Walker Cornhill & Regent St address.

Guide: £40 - 60
Clock and Watch Dials  
271 An original enamel North London Railway pocket watch dial: "N. L. R Co. THWAITES & REED LONDON".

Guide: £40 - 60
Clock and Watch Dials £140
(PB 22)
272 An original enamel fully titled railway pocket watch dial: "PERUAMBUCO RAILWAY" (Brazil). With John Walker Cornhill & Regent St address.

Guide: £40 - 60
Clock and Watch Dials  
273 L&SWR Enamel Station Departure Board Plate "READING - TRAINS FROM THIS STATION". VGC. Large, Size 36cm x 114cm.

Guide: £150 - 200
Carriage and Destination Boards  
274 L&SWR Enamel Station Departure Board plate "PORTSMOUTH AND SOUTHSEA" Ex-Salisbury station Benn & Cronin indicator board. VGC. Size 16cm x 10cm.

Guide: £150 - 250
Carriage and Destination Boards £260
(PB 628)
275 LSWR Enamel station Departure Board plate "BASINGSTOKE READING OXFORD FARNBOROUGH WOKING" Ex-Salisbury station Benn & Cronin indicator board. VGC.

Guide: £200 - 400
Carriage and Destination Boards  
276 LSWR Enamel station Departure Board plate "SOUTHAMPTON FAREHAM GOSPORT PORTSMOUTH" Ex-Salisbury station Benn & Cronin indicator board. VGC.

Guide: £200 - 400
Carriage and Destination Boards  
277 LSWR Enamel station Departure Board plate "TEMPLECOMBE SHERBORNE YEOVIL" Ex-Salisbury station Benn & Cronin indicator board. VGC.

Guide: £200 - 400
Carriage and Destination Boards £260
(PB 654)
278 B.R. (Sc) Enamel Doorplate "GENTLEMEN". Excellent Condition.

Guide: £150 - 200
Doorplates £200
(PB 168)
279 B.R. (Sc) Enamel Doorplate "PRIVATE". Excellent Condition.

Guide: £80 - 120
Doorplates  
280 B.R. (Sc) Enamel Doorplate "TICKETS". Ex-station Condition.

Guide: £150 - 200
Doorplates  
281A L.N.E.R. C/I Doorplate "LADIES WAITING ROOM". Restored condition.

Guide: £100 - 150
Doorplates  
281B L.N.E.R. C/I Doorplate "TELEPHONE". Ex Station condition.

Guide: £40 - 60
Doorplates  
282 G.W.R. C/I Doorplate "LADIES ROOM". Restored condition.

Guide: £100 - 150
Doorplates  
283 A Pictorial Enamel Advertising sign "BLUE BAND MARGARINE". Size 18" x 6". Good condition. Slight loss at top left screw hole.

Guide: £60 - 80
Advertising £90
(PB 613)
284 A Pictorial Enamel Advertising sign "GUINNESS FOR STRENGTH". Depicting a farmer carrying the horse in the cart. Size 20" x 14". Good condition.

Guide: £60 - 80
Advertising  
285 An Enamel Advertising sign "LYONS TEA". Usual edge chipping. Size 27" x 7".

Guide: £60 - 80
Advertising £80
(PB 613)
286 An Enamel Advertising sign "PICCADILLY CIGARETTES 10 FOR 4d". Usual edge chipping. Size 23" Diameter.

Guide: £60 - 80
Advertising £120
(PB 613)
287 B.R. (W) B.T.C (fully titled) Booking Office window enamel sign 'British Railways General Bye-Laws are available for inspection at this ticket office.'

Guide: £40 - 60
Enamel Signs £40
(PB 513)
288 B.R (E) Enamel Station Poster Board Header Sign "BRITISH RAILWAYS "Double Royal size". Good condition.

Guide: £100 - 200
Enamel Signs  
289 B.R (S) Enamel Station Sign "PLATFORMS 7 & 8". Good condition. Ex Vauxhall station.

Guide: £150 - 200
Enamel Signs £220
(PB 646)
290 B.R. (S) Enamel station sign "PLATFORM 4" Fully flanged. Size 24in x 18in. Good condition.

Guide: £100 - 150
Enamel Signs  
291 B.R. (M) Enamel station sign "PASSENGERS MUST CROSS THE LINE BY THE SUBWAY" Fully flanged. Size 24in x 18in. Good condition.

Guide: £100 - 150
Enamel Signs £160
(PB 613)
292 B.R. (Sc) Enamel station sign "WAITING ROOM" Fully flanged. Size 24in x 18in. Good condition.

Guide: £100 - 150
Enamel Signs £240
(PB 655)
293 B.R. (S) Enamel sign "PROPPING UP OF WAGON DOORS" Fully flanged. Twenty lines of text. Size 30cm x 45cm. Good condition with three minor repaired chips.

Guide: £300 - 500
Enamel Signs £420
(PB 234)
294 B.R. (M) Enamel station D/R poster board sign "BUS SERVICES" Good condition.

Guide: £100 - 150
Enamel Signs  
295 B.R. (M) Enamel station D/R poster board sign "NO SMOKING" with BR totem header. Good condition. Size 30cm x 60cm.

Guide: £100 - 150
Enamel Signs  
296 B.R. (S) Enamel station booking office window sign "BTC. CONDITIONS OF TICKETS." Good condition.

Guide: £40 - 60
Enamel Signs £40
(PB 513)
297 L.M.S Enamel station sign "LMS CAR PARK" in shape of arrow and still affixed to its original backboard.

Guide: £150 - 250
Enamel Signs £160
(PB 537)
298 An Enamel London Transport Sign "BRITISH RAIL STATIONS (with double arrow) THIS WAY FOR PADDINGTON, LIVERPOOL STREET, MOORGATE, FENCHURCH STREET, follow signs to EUSTON, VICTORIA, CHARING CROSS, WATERLOO". A lot of major London stations on one easily managed small sign! Size 50cm x 70cm. VGC.

Guide: £300 - 400
London Transport  
299 Modern Image BR Alloy Station Sign "WHATSTANDWELL". Ex-station condition.

Guide: £40 -60
Modern Image Signs £100
(PB 205)
300 Brass Engraved Council Offices Door Plate "BERKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL".

Guide: £60 - 80
Miscellaneous  
301 Brass Engraved Council Offices Door Plate "COUNTY BOROUGH OF READING".

Guide: £60 - 80
Miscellaneous  
302 Alloy Cash Bag Plate "GREENWICH".

Guide: £30 - 40
Cashbag Plates  
303 Brass Cash Bag Plate "B.R (M) GARNKIRK".

Guide: £30 - 40
Cashbag Plates  
304 Brass Cash Bag Plate "B.R SPOONER ROW TO ATTLEBOROUGH".

Guide: £40 - 60
Cashbag Plates  
305 Brass Cash Bag Plate "B.R HEMSBY AND YARMOUTH BEACH B.O".

Guide: £40 - 60
Cashbag Plates  
306 Brass Cash Bag Plate "M & GNJR MARTHAM".

Guide: £60 - 80
Cashbag Plates £60
(PB 654)
307 Brass Cash Bag Plate "LNER SHEPRETH LETCHWORTH".

Guide: £40 - 60
Cashbag Plates  
308 Brass Cash Bag Plate "FROM CAERWYS TO AUDIT OFFICE DERBY L.M.R. 49".

Guide: £30 - 40
Cashbag Plates  
309 Brass Cash Bag Plate "BR GOODS ACCOUNTS OFFICE, COAL SECTION, ST.ENOCH STN, GLASGOW".

Guide: £40 - 60
Cashbag Plates  
310 A Liverpool Overhead Railway large 25mm uniform button from the world's first overhead railway 'The Docker's Umbrella'. Operated from 1888 to 1956.

Guide: £20 - 30
Buttons £50
(PB 626)
311 A Mersey Docks & Harbour Board 23mm uniform button c1930s issue.

Guide: £20 - 30
Buttons  
312 A Dundee & Arbroath Joint Railway (1838-1880) uniform button, 17mm.

Guide: £30 - 50
Buttons  
313 A B.R (Sc) Lion over wheel cap badge "BRITISH RAILWAYS" with original back pin present.

Guide: £80 - 100
Cap Badges  
314 A B.R (M) Lion over wheel cap badge "BRITISH RAILWAYS".

Guide: £40 - 60
Cap Badges  
315 A B.R Lion over wheel cap badge with original back pin present.

Guide: £Oct-20
Cap Badges  
316 A B.R (M) fishtail cap badge "PORTER".

Guide: £30 - 40
Cap Badges  
317 A B.R (Sc) fishtail cap badge "GUARD".

Guide: £40 - 60
Cap Badges  
318 A B.R (M) fishtail cap badge "TICKET COLLECTOR".

Guide: £60 - 80
Cap Badges  
319 A B.R (W) fishtail cap badge "TICKET COLLECTOR".

Guide: £40 - 60
Cap Badges  
320 A B.R (E) totem cap badge "BRITISH RAILWAYS".

Guide: £20 - 40
Cap Badges  
321 A B.R (NE) totem cap badge "BRITISH RAILWAYS".

Guide: £30 - 40
Cap Badges  
322 A B.R (S) totem cap badge "PORTER".

Guide: £30 - 40
Cap Badges  
323 B.R (Sc) totem cap badge "PORTER".

Guide: £30 - 40
Cap Badges  
324 B.R (M) totem cap badge "PORTER".

Guide: £20 - 30
Cap Badges  
325 A B.R (W) totem cap badge "BRITISH RAILWAYS".

Guide: £20 - 30
Cap Badges  
326 A B.R (M) totem cap badge "BRITISH RAILWAYS".

Guide: £20 - 30
Cap Badges  
327 A B.R (Sc) totem cap badge "BRITISH RAILWAYS".

Guide: £30 - 50
Cap Badges  
328 Blackpool Transport Tram Motorman's uniform badge "MTM 244".

Guide: £40 - 60
Miscellaneous  
329 W Alexander & Sons (Midland Ltd) Duty driver's pass. Pass No. 488. A stunning large enamel key fob issued to driver's to return at the end of their bus driving shift.

Guide: £60 - 80
Miscellaneous  
330 Oval Cast Iron Builders Plate "BR YORK LOT No 30866 - 1977". As carried by a Class 312 emu DTCL in the number range 78000 - 78025. As removed condition.

Guide: £30 -50
Coach Plates £40
(PB 643)
331 Oval Cast Iron Builders Plate "BR EARLESTOWN LOT No 30614 - 1960". As carried by a covered carriage truck (CCT) in the number range 94693 - 94892. As removed condition.

Guide: £30 -50
Coach Plates  
332 Oval Cast Iron Builders Plate "PRESSED STEEL LOT No 30400 - 1957". As carried by a Mk.1 BG van in the number range 81313 - 81497. As removed condition.

Guide: £30 -50
Coach Plates  
333 Oval Cast Iron Builders Plate "BR YORK LOT No 30438 - 1959". As carried by a Class 302 emu MBS in the number range 61190 - 61228. As removed condition.

Guide: £30 -50
Coach Plates £60
(PB 119)
334 Oval Cast Iron Builders Plate "BR YORK LOT No 30868 - 1975". As carried by a Class 312 emu MBSO in the number range 62510 - 62528. As removed condition.

Guide: £30 -50
Coach Plates £30
(PB 643)
335 Oval Cast Iron Builders Plate "BR DONCASTER LOT No 30440 - 1959". As carried by a Class 302 emu BDTSO in the number range 75286 - 75360. As removed condition.

Guide: £30 -50
Coach Plates £70
(PB 199)
336 Oval Cast Iron Builders Plate "BR WOLVERTON LOT No 30430 - 1959". As carried by a Class 304 emu DTBSO in the number range 75645 - 75659. As removed condition.

Guide: £30 -50
Coach Plates £60
(PB 645)
337 Oval Cast Iron Builders Plate "BR SWINDON LOT No 30149 - 1955". As carried by a Mk.1 TSO coach in the number range 3998 - 4097. As removed condition.

Guide: £30 -50
Coach Plates  
338 Oval Cast Iron Builders Plate "BR ST. ROLLOX LOT No 30402 - 1959". As carried by a Mk 1 general utility van (GUV) in the number range 86521 - 86654. As removed condition.

Guide: £30 -50
Coach Plates £40
(PB 13)
339 Oval Cast Iron Builders Plate "BR YORK LOT No 30792 - 1968". As carried by a Class 423 emu (4 VEP) DTCL in the number range 76441 - 76540. As removed condition.

Guide: £30 -50
Coach Plates £60
(PB 645)
340 Oval Cast Iron Builders Plate "CRAVENS LIMITED BUILDERS SHEFFIELD LOT No 30470 - 1958". As carried by a Class 105 dmu DTC in the number range 56412 - 56459. As removed condition.

Guide: £30 -50
Coach Plates £40
(PB 13)
341 Oval Cast Iron builders Plate "BR METRO-CAMMELL LOT No 30467 - 1958. As carried by a Class 101 dmu DMBS in the number range 51174 - 51253. As removed condition.

Guide: £30 -50
Coach Plates £60
(PB 645)
342 Oval Cast Iron Builders Plate "BR SWINDON LOT No 30335 -1957". As carried by a Class 120 dmu DMBC in the number range 50696 - 50744. As removed condition.

Guide: £30 -50
Coach Plates £30
(PB 643)
343 Oval Cast Iron Builders Plate "BR EASTLEIGH LOT No 30204 - 1955". As carried by a Class 307 emu TCOL in the number range 70001 - 70032. As removed condition.

Guide: £30 -50
Coach Plates £70
(PB 199)
344 Oval Cast Iron Builders Plate "BR EASTLEIGH LOT No 30454 - 1959". As carried by a Class 411 emu (4 CEP) DMBSO in the number range 61304 - 61409. As removed condition.

Guide: £30 -50
Coach Plates £40
(PB 13)
345 Oval Cast Iron Builders Plate "M -WOLVERTON - LOT No 1508 - 1950". As carried by a gang wayed passenger brake coach. As removed condition.

Guide: £30 -50
Coach Plates £40
(PB 633)
346 Oval Cast Iron Builders Plate "BR GRC +W Co LTD LOT No 30279 - 1957". As carried a Class 100 dmu DTCL in the number range 56094 - 56113. As removed condition.

Guide: £30 -50
Coach Plates £30
(PB 13)
347 Oval Cast Iron Builders Plate "B'HAM C+W Co LTD LOT No 30295 - 1957". As carried by a Class 104 dmu TCL in the number range 59136 - 59187. As removed condition.

Guide: £30 -50
Coach Plates £60
(PB 645)
348 Oval Cast Iron Builders Plate "BR YORK LOT No 30972 - 1983". As carried by a Class 455/8 emu in the number range 5801 - 5874. As removed condition.

Guide: £30 -50
Coach Plates £30
(PB 119)
349 Oval Cast Iron Builders Plate "BR YORK LOT No 30814 - 1970". As carried by a Class 421 emu (4 CIG) DTCL in the number range 76717 - 76787. As removed condition.

Guide: £30 -50
Coach Plates  
350 BR Stainless steel Inter-City SWALLOW, from an HST locomotive. Mounted on board for display.

Guide: £600 - 1000
Double Arrows, Depot Plaques and Swallows £600
(PB 199)
351 A South African Railway locomotive red and white Steel circular "BUNKER DISC PLATE". Restored condition.

Guide: £30 - 40
Loco  
352 A Steel lineside Permanent Way restriction sign "15" mph. Ex-lineside condition.

Guide: £30 - 40
Lineside Signs  
353 An alloy Diesel Commemorative Plaque depicting a "WESTERN" LOCOMOTIVE, complete with B.R.E.L Swindon certificate No. 42 of 3000.

Guide: £75 - 100
Alloy Loco Plaques £160
(PB 55)
354 GWR or BR (W) firing shovel, acquired by the vendor from a WR Signalman.

Guide: £50 - 80
Loco £60
(PB 201)
355 A GWR paperweight.

Guide: £30 - 40
Miscellaneous  
356 An alloy British Transport Commission Catering Services ashtray, centre marked 'BTC CS'.

Guide: £10 - 20
Miscellaneous  
357 An unused BR Bardic Lamp, marked BR and still with its original packing box.

Guide: £40 - 50
Miscellaneous  
358 An Acme Thunderer GWR Whistle, engraved GWR. Complete with chain and waistcoat button tie.

Guide: £40 - 60
Miscellaneous  
359 A pair of Brass Pay Tokens, issued from Guide Bridge: GCR 140 and S&L Rly P.W 140.

Guide: £20 - 40
Pay Tokens £40
(PB 1)
360 A small C/I plate "SIGNAL DEPT READING".

Guide: £30 - 40
Cast Iron Signs  
361 L.S.W.R "HOLDER OF THIS BADGE AUTHORISED TO BE ON THE RAILWAY" in the style of a look-out armband. No strap.

Guide: £40 - 60
Armbands £30
(PB 537)
362 BR C/I Oval "Metro-Cammell - 30228 - 1957". Builders plate from a BR Mk.1 Coach. 7 x 4.5.

Guide: £20 - 40
Coach Plates  
363 Southern Railway - Brass Cased Signal Arm Repeater "Signal On / Off / Wrong. Still affixed on its original wooden base and mounting bracket, Ex Signal Box condition.

Guide: £60 -80
Signalling Equipment £60
(PB 93)
364 A Pair of Sykes Brass Cased "Light Out Repeaters" with free swinging needle. Ex Signal box condition.

Guide: £100 - 150
Signalling Equipment £100
(PB 93)
365 G.W.R. Brass Track / Occupied Circuit Repeater, manufactured by W.R.Sykes, this item is still mounted on it wooden base and stamped No 6439 on the dial and base plate. Full working order, as removed. Produced exclusively by R.E.Thompson for the Great Western Railway for the mid-1920 and was in the typical art deco style.

Guide: £80 - 120
Signalling Equipment £80
(PB 93)
366 Brass S.E.R. Sykes Distant Back slot Repeater. Brass cased with four shelf mounting holes. Ex Box condition.

Guide: £150 - 200
Signalling Equipment £140
(PB 93)
367 A Pair of Brass signal repeaters "Signal On / Off / Wrong" with free swinging needle. Good working order

Guide: £100 - 150
Signalling Equipment £100
(PB 93)
368 Brass Cash Bag plate "B.R MARTHAM AND YARMOUTH BEACH".

Guide: £40 - 80
Cashbag Plates  
369 C/I BR (WR) Tubular Post - Ball Type Finial. Ex-service condition.

Guide: £60 - 80
Signal Finials £60
(PB 537)
370 C/I BR (WR) Ball Type Two Sided Wooden / Concrete Post Finial. Square base fitting. Restored ondition. Yellow & white, Corner of the base missing.

Guide: £60 - 80
Signal Finials  
371 B.R. (S) - Enamel Station Direction Sign "HARTFIELD STATION" - with totem and left pointing arrow. The sign was fixed to a fence at the top of the station approach road and post closure in 1967 remained in the area with a local resident. This location never had totems or target signs. The village of the same name and surrounding forest was the inspiration for the 'Winnie the Pooh' stories by AA Milne. The station found temporary fame as the destination in the British Transport Film Farmer Moving South. Good condition with usual edge and face chipping.

Guide: £1000 - 1200
Enamel Street Direction Signs £1500
(PB 658)
372 B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "MONTROSE". Fully flanged, Black Edge, some face mottling. Minor usual edge chipping. Good condition.

Guide: £500 - 800
Totems £1000
(PB 22)
373 B.R. (M) Station enamel Totem Sign "BULWELL MARKET" Half Flanged. As removed - Ex station Condition.

Guide: £700 - 1000
Totems  
374 B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem "DORCHESTER SOUTH". Good colour and shine.

Guide: £600 - 800
Totems £800
(PB 512)
375 B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem "NEW MILTON". Good colour and shine. Not common!!

Guide: £800 - 1200
Totems  
376 S.R. Station Enamel Target Sign "WAREHAM". Still mounted on its original wooden back board. Good condition.

Guide: £400 - 600
Targets £1000
(PB 611)
377 N.E.R. Station Lamp Glass. "FLAMBOROUGH". As removed condition. The vendor as a 16 year old regularly visited the station and a member of the station staff removed the lamp glass out of the skip from a broken Lamp to give him! This is the only survivor?

Guide: £200- 400
Lamp Glasses and Tablets  
378 A Superb Prototype of a Class 91 Model - First of the class No 91001 in Intercity 225 Swallow Livery. Produced by EDM (Engineering, Design and Models Ltd) in Manchester who historically produced models for marketing purposes. The telephone number on the EDM plaque is a pre-1993. It has been suggested it was possibly produced as a prototype for an application for funding in the 1980s but this is unconfirmed. The train is in its original setting in a perspex and wood case. Overall condition is good with no fading to the livery. The model displays wonderful attention to detail. There is some crazing and slight surface cracks on the enamel/paint on the train, some slight damage on the top, a small piece of track has come unstuck but is present and there are some slight marks and faint surface scratches on the Perspex where it has been dusted over the years. Case measures 4ft long x 18inch deep x 12inch high. The model itself is approximately 3ft long. A beautiful piece of Class 91 history. A one off chance to acquire this unique Model!

Guide: £1000 1500
Model Locos £1000
(PB 199)
379 Electric Locomotive Flame Cut Panel "86245". As carried by Class 86 E3182 becoming 86245 04/74. Named "Dudley Castle" and "Caledonian" during its service life. Withdrawn 10/03 and cut up by EMR Kingsbury 06/10. Other side sold in our Nov 2020 auction.

Guide: £300 - 400
Flamecut Panels  
380 G.W.R. Mahogany Double line block Spagnoletti instrument. All complete as removed and in Ex Signalbox condition.

Guide: £120 - 150
Block and Bell Instruments £100
(PB 93)
381 B.R. (ScR) Enamel Station Running Board. "SINGER" F/F. Ex Station condition. Size 60inch x 20inch

Guide: £300 - 500
Running-In-Boards  
382 B.R. (ScR) Enamel Station Running Board. "DALMARNOCK". F/F. Ex Station condition. Size 94inch x 20inch.

Guide: £300 - 500
Running-In-Boards  
383 B.R. (ScR) Enamel Station Totem Sign. "WHITECRAIGS". Fully Flanged. Ex Station condition.

Guide: £400 - 500
Totems  
384 B.R. (ScR) Enamel Station Totem Sign. "CARFIN". Fully Flanged. Ex Station condition.

Guide: £400 - 500
Totems  
385 B.R. (ScR) Enamel Double Sided Station Street Direction Sign. "STATION". Still with mounting brackets. As removed condition. Ex Easterhouse Road, Glasgow.

Guide: £400 - 600
Enamel Street Direction Signs £400
(PB 674)
386 Brass Industrial Locomotive Radiator Plate "HUNSLET"

Guide: £30 - 50
Loco  
387 Alloy Shed Code Plate "86A" CARDIFF CANTON. As carried Diesel Hydraulics Class 35 / 42-3 / 52. Ex loco front and back.

Guide: £150 - 200
Shedcodes £120
(PB 246)
388 C/I Shed Plate "84F" STOURBRIDGE JUNCTION. Ex Loco condition. Junction.

Guide: £150 -250
Shedcodes £300
(PB 24)
389 C/I Shed Plate "88B" CARDIFF EAST DOCK. Ex Loco condition.

Guide: £150 - 250
Shedcodes  
390 C/I Shed Plate "65A" EASTFIELD. Front restored.

Guide: £120 - 150
Shedcodes  
391 C/I Shed Plate "66A" POLMADIE. Front restored.

Guide: £120 - 150
Shedcodes  
392 Very Rare C/I L.N.E.R. Seat Back "CLOVENFORDS". Station closed on the 5th February 1962. It was a single line station and consisted of Two Platform Wooden Running - In - Boards, 3 Lamp Posts with Platform Oil lamps, One Seat which the above was affixed. Ex Platform Seat condition. Located between Galashiels and Peebles East, known as "The Peebles Loop". Been with the Scottish vendor for nearly 50 years. Another extremely rare discovery from the Waverley Route Area.

Guide: £800 - 1000
Seatbacks  
393 C/I Shed Plate "64B" HAYMARKET. Front restored. Been with the Scottish vendor for nearly 50 years.

Guide: £150 - 200
Shedcodes £170
(PB 100)
394 C/I Shed Plate "64C" DALRY ROAD. Front restored. Been with the Scottish vendor for nearly 50 years.

Guide: £120 - 150
Shedcodes  
395 Attractive Advertising Enamel "ROBIN - THE NEW - STARCH". Very good condition. Size approx. 38inch x 28inch.

Guide: £300- 400
Advertising £550
(PB 613)
396 C/I Shed Plate "73B" BRICKLAYERS ARMS. Front restored.

Guide: £150 - 200
Shedcodes £150
(PB 672)
397 B.R. (WR) Enamel Station Totem Sign. "CAMBORNE". Some face restoration work carried out around the C & M – O & R. Fully Flanged. A rare Cornish Totem not often seen in auction. Good colour and shine.

Guide: £700 - 1000
Totems £800
(PB 232)
398 B.R. (WR) Enamel Station Totem Sign. "WIDNEY MANOR". Between Birmingham Snow and Leamington Spa. Fully Flanged. Good colour and shine.

Guide: £700 - 800
Totems £800
(PB 535)
399 B.R. (WR) Enamel Station Totem Sign. "EARLSWOOD LAKES". Between Birmingham Snow Hill and Stratford upon Avon. Fully Flanged. Good colour and shine.

Guide: £600 - 800
Totems  
400 S.R. Station Enamel Target Sign "OPRINGTON". Still affixed to its original wooden back board. As removed condition.

Guide: £350 - 450
Targets  
401 BR (M) Enamel Station Totem Sign "TODMORDEN". A Border town between Lancashire and Yorkshire on the Halifax - Rochdale line. Half Flanged. Good colour and shine two small repairs bottom panel. Nice example.

Guide: £700 - 900
Totems  
402 C/I Shed Plate "6J" HOLYHEAD. Restored front and back. Good condition.

Guide: £150 - 250
Shedcodes £240
(PB 681)
403 C/I Shed Plate "1D" DEVON ROAD (Bow). Diesel Depot. Restored front and back. Good condition.

Guide: £120 - 200
Shedcodes  

 

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