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Stafford Auction - 16th September 2017

Steam Nameplates

Brass Steam Locomotive Nameplate "EXMOUTH" with matching Scroll from an ex SR Bullied 4-6-2 West Country light Pacific No "34015". Named by a Town Councillor in Exmouth in June 1946. Originally numbered 21C115 it was built at Brighton Works in November 1945. This Locomotive spent most of its working life allocated between Exmouth Jct and Salisbury and indeed was withdrawn from the latter in April 1967. Scrapping occurred at Cashmore's Newport, South Wales in September 1967.

Brass Steam Locomotive CREST from an the ex SR Bullied 4-6-2 West Country light Pacific No "34015", named "EXMOUTH" above.

Brass Steam Battle of Britain locomotive "CREST". As removed from Bullied Pacific 4-6-2 Loco No 34073 "249 Squadron". Built at Brighton Works in May 1948. Allocations included Ramsgate, Dover Marine, Nine Elms and Eastleigh from where it was withdrawn in June 1964. Taken to Woodham Bros, Barry for scrapping it was eventually rescued from there in February 1988. It currently resides in a derelict condition at Steam town, Carnforth awaiting restoration. The Latin shown on the crest PUGNIS ET CALCIBUS means "With fists & Heels".

Special Items

THE BRIGHTON BELLE - Final Run - 30th April 1972

Smokebox Numberplates

Marine Nameplate

Royal Navy Submarine Nameplate "WARSPITE". From a Nuclear Powered Sub "VALIANT CLASS". Entered service in 1965 until 1991. Still intact and stored at the Naval Dockyard Devonport, Plymouth. Stainless Steel Letters mounted on a wooden back board. Another rare collector’s item.


Brass Industrial Cabsides

Railway Clocks

Industrial Loco Worksplates

Inter-City Swallow

P-Way Gangers Horns





Cast Iron Signs

Enamel Signs

Early Enamel Street Station Direction Sign

Loco Whistles

Stanier Hooter

Ex B1

Ex 08 Shunter

Enamel Door Plates

Double Sided

Station Signs

Carriage, Coach and Finger Destination Boards

Depot Plaques

Ground Frame Name Boards

Loco Flame Cut Number Panels

London Transport Enamels

London Transport Destination Sign

London Transport Carriage Route Map

London Transport Fare Sign

Works Photo - Vulcan Foundry

Loco Spotting Books

Wagon Plates

Timetables and Hand Bills

Railway Company Horse Brasses

Loco Plaques

Modern Signage

Shipping Items

Very Attractive Ships Brass "MULTI-NOTE CHIME WHISTLE". 21" inches Tall. Excellent Condition.

Advertising Enamels

Horse Shoe Lamp Tablet

1950's BR (S) London-West Country Track Diagrams


EMU Murals

Eltham Lodge

The Red House Bexley Heath

Sundridge Park

Lullingstone Castle

Vanburgh Castle

Bridge Plates

Steam Worksplates

Very Rare - Brass Oval Engraved Steam Locomotive Worksplate. As carried by LNER Gresley designed 2-8-2 P2 (Mikado) No 2004 "LORD PRESIDENT". Works No 1836 - 1936. Built at Doncaster Works in June 1936. This Locomotive was rebuilt by Edward Thompson in December 1944 as a 4-6-2 and reclassified as an A2/2 and given BR No 60503 retaining its original name. First allocated to Edinburgh Haymarket subsequent sheds included Dundee Tay Bridge, Kings Cross, Gateshead, Aberdeen Ferryhill, Leeds Neville Hill and lastly York North from where it was withdrawn in November 1959. As the first of its class to be withdrawn it was cut up at its birthplace of Doncaster Works in the same month of withdrawal. The name Lord President is understood to be the title from the Edinburgh Court of Sessions equivalent to the Lord chief Justice in England. A Superb Rare and Desirable example.

Steam Worksplate Ex WD 0-6-0 No 75254 - becoming WD175

Diesel and Electric Nameplates

Alloy Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive Nameplate "STRONGBOW", as carried by a Warship Class 43 Locomotive No. D847. Built at Swindon, Works No 27976 - 1961. Entered into traffic April 1961. Withdrawn March 1971. Cut up at Swindon March 1972.

Alloy Electric Locomotive Nameplate

This is the fourth plate made, two are still affixed to the loco 91 111, which once taken out of service will be preserved as part of our National Collection at the NRM, York. The third plate has been retained by the Artist who has designed the layout of the plate. We have been given the privilege of offering this plate to the market. As new condition. Size 51" x 14".


Ex Collett GWR 57xx Class 0-6-0PT

Ex Hawksworth GWR 16xx Class 0-6-0PT

Ex Churchward GWR 43xx Class 2-6-0

Ex Churchward GWR 28xx Class 2-8-0

Ex Collett GWR Hall Class Loco Named "GOPSAL HALL"

Ex Collett GWR 2251 Class 0-6-0

Ex Collett GWR 57xx Class 0-6-0PT

Diesel and Electric Worksplates

Ex Class 73 Gatwick Express Loco

Ex Class 20

Totems and Targets

Signalbox Name Boards


Chacewater - St Agnes

St Agnes - Perran Porth

Signalbox Shelf Indicators

BR (S) Miniature Signal Levers

GWR Signal Finial

Oil Paintings


Loco Lamps

Hand and Platform Lamps

Books, Menus and Publications

Luggage Labels

A Selection of Rolled Diagrams

Muir of Ord Junction LMS 1946
Polmont Junction (Negative)
Polmont Junction
Portobello East (x2)
Speyside Demolition Plans 1968
Polmadie LMSR 1946
Glasgow Buchanan Str Tunnel Box 1960
Garnqueen North Junction 1970
Robroyston 1951
Ashburton Station 1914 (GWR, Negative)

Street and Highway Signs

LNER Crossing Gate Lamp

Overseas Railwayana

Ex Polish Railways

Miscellaneous Collectables

Loco Gauge Glass Protector

SR Drinks Glass

Brass milk churn plate

From Waterloo Station Destination Board

Safe Plates

Lothian Bus Stop Sign

Glasgow Tram - Top Opening Window

From Liverpool Riverside

LMS Leather Horse Harness

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