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Nameplates - Diesel and Electric



Alloy Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "St. MARY'S HOSPITAL PADDINGTON" as carried by Class 43 HST 43142. Named by Sir Roger Bannister at Paddington Station 4/11/86 removed 03/89.



Alloy Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "SOLENT" As carried by Class 47 number 47813 named 30/9/2012. Loco went new to 82A Bristol Bath Road on the 6/3/64 as D1720. B.R numbered 47129 on the (6/2/74), 47658 (30/10/86) then 47813 (23/7/89) and previously named "SS GREAT BRITAIN".

Worksplates - Diesel and Electric



Alloy NBL Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "Works No. 27987 - 1961". As carried by D858 "VALOROUS". Built December 1961 and withdrawn October 1971. Ex Loco condition.



















Worksplates - Industrial



Shedcodes



Extremely Rare Ex-Loco Southern Region Shed Code Plate Allocated "71I" - SOUTHAMPTON DOCKS. As carried by a USA 0-6-0 Tank Loco with its Casting Triangle on the rear. Very few originals have ever been offered to auction.



  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

Totems

A Rare Trio of - "Somerset & Dorset" Totems.
















































Smokebox Number Plates



C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Number plate "70005" As carried by a Robert Riddles designed BR 4-6-2 7P6F named "JOHN MILTON", built at Crewe Works in April 1951. Allocations included Stratford, Norwich Thorpe, March, Willesden, Aston and Carlisle Kingmoor from where it was withdrawn in July 1967. Cut up at Campbell's, Airdrie 01/68. This item was purchased direct from BR Stoke-on-Trent in November 1967 and has never been in auction before and comes with the appropriate bill of sale. John Milton was an English Poet and Intellectual (09/12/1608 - 08/11/1674) who served under Oliver Cromwell.









C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Number plate "3200" As carried by a G.W.R. Collett 0-6-0 Locomotive built Swindon 1946. Allocated new to Portmadoc in 1946, Machynlleth (89C) in 1950, its last shed was Templecombe (71H) from where it was withdrawn in in Jan 1965. Cut up Swindon 4/65. Ex-loco condition.





C/I Steam Locomotive Smoke box number plate "61954" As carried by a Gresley designed ex GNR/LNER K3 2-6-0 No 2461 built by the North British Locomotive Co, Glasgow in October 1935. Allocations included Peterborough New England, Sheffield Darnall, Norwich Thorpe and March from where it was withdrawn in September 1962. Cut up at Cashmore's, Great Bridge 06/63.



C/I Steam Locomotive Smoke box number plate "30799" As carried by an Urie/Maunsell designed ex LWSR/SR N15 King Arthur Class 4-6-0 "SIR IRONSIDE". Built at Eastleigh works in July 1926. Allocated to only Bricklayers Arms and Salisbury throughout its working life it was withdrawn from the latter in February 1961. Cut up at Eastleigh works 04/61. This plate is accompanied with its BR receipt.



C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Number plate “33005” As carried by a Bulleid designed Class Q1 0-6-0 originally numbered C5 for the Southern railway and built at Brighton Work in June 1942. Allocated to only Faversham and Guildford throughout its working life it was withdrawn from the latter in June 1963. Cut up at Eastleigh Works 08/63.

Train Indicator Enamels







Ex - Waterloo Indicator Board

Train Headboards





Cast Iron Signs



C/I G.E.R. Gate Notice "PENALTY FOR NEGLECT £2". As removed condition.















Bridge Plates









Carriage Prints





Carriage and Train Destination Boards







  

Lamps and Lighting



Great Northern Railway Three aspect fluted top "HAND LAMP" - Brass Plate Engraved on the neck "SCOPWICK No. 2" which was known as "Scopwick and Timberland" between Lincoln and Sleaford and also Brass plated "Great Northern Railway HUBBERTS BRIDGE" on side casing, which is located between Sleaford and Boston. Complete with all fittings, glasses and back handle. Original condition.



Great Eastern Railway Three Aspect sliding knobs fluted top "HAND LAMP" - stamped "THAXTED". Complete with all fittings, glasses. Original condition painted green.



Great Eastern Railway Three aspect sliding knobs fluted top - "HAND LAMP" - stamped "WOLFERTON" on the neck. Complete with all fittings & glasses. Original condition, painted Blue & red.



Pair of L.N.E.R. Bull Nose "HAND LAMPS". Both with named location plates on the side casing "ELY". Complete with all fittings and glasses. Both front bull nose glasses have damage. Original condition Painted black.



Great Eastern Railway Three aspect sliding knobs fluted top - "HAND LAMP" - stamped "STOWMARKET" on the neck. Complete with all fittings & glasses. Original condition, painted grey.



Great Northern Railway Large 3 Aspect "HAND LAMP" Brass plated "Great Northern Railway Company - BRADFORD GOODS 84." Stamped 15678 around the collar and another engraved plate on the side casing "ALDEBURGH" which was the Coastal Terminus on the branch from Saxmundham on the Great Eastern. Complete with all fittings and glasses. In original Blue painted condition.



G.N & G.E Joint Rly Three Aspect Hand Lamp, Brass Engraved plate "GN & GE Jt" on the neck with GNR Stamped on the body, also plated "TIVETSHALL" on the side casing. Complete with all fittings, glasses and back handle. Original condition.



M & G.N. Three Aspect HAND LAMP. Brass plated "M&GN" on the neck. Complete with all fittings and glasses. Original condition painted light brown. Not common.



Great Eastern Railway Three aspect sliding knobs fluted top Hand Lamp. Stamped on the neck "G E R". Complete with all fittings, glasses and back handle. Restored condition, painted Green.



Brass Signal Box Lamp". Complete with its brass hanging frame to accommodate the brass vessel / burner and glass chimney. Excellent condition. From Bath Junction Signal Box.



L.B & S.C.R Three Aspect "HAND LAMP". No location identification. Marked with company name in three places. All complete with all fittings and glasses. Original condition



Great Eastern Railway Three aspect sliding knobs fluted top "HAND LAMP". Stamped on the neck "YARMOUTH VAUXHALL". Complete with all fittings, glasses. Original condition painted Green.



Norfolk & Suffolk Railway - Sliding knobs - fluted top - "HAND LAMP". Location stamped on the neck "GORLESTON-ON-SEA - 14" and also plated "N & S on the neck. Painted orange/brown. Complete with all fittings, glasses. Original condition.







Clocks





Loco Tender Plates



Gauges

  

SR Enamel Seatback



Loco Firing Shovel



LB & SCR Oiler





Notice - Standing Passengers



Modern Signs





















London Transport - Bus Destination Blinds

  

Quality Reproductions





Armlets



Overseas Railwayana



Alloy Diesel - Austrian Railway - Worksplate "JENBACHER WERKE AG. - JENBACH - TIROL - WERKS NR 3.789 - 020 - BAUJAHR 1968". As carried by a Class 2043 Loco. Front cleaned.











Nameplates - Steam



Brass Steam Locomotive Nameplate "WATLING STREET" As carried by a Thompson designed Class A2/3 4-6-2 ex LNER Pacific No "60521" built at Doncaster Works in May 1947. Allocations included Gateshead, Heaton and Tweedmouth from where it was withdrawn in November 1962 followed by storage at Blaydon Goods Yard for a period of six months. Cut up at Doncaster Works 05/63. Watling Street was a (1939-1953) British thoroughbred racehorse and sire.



Brass Steam Locomotive Nameplate. "WESTMORLAND". As carried by an LNER D49 Shire Class 4-4-0 No 2760 built at Darlington in June 1929, renumbered 2735 in 1946 becoming B R 62735. Allocated to Carlisle Canal in January 1948 and later to Starbeck, York and Scarborough from where it was withdrawn on the 25th August 1958. Cut up at Darlington Works. Length 46 1/2".



Brass Steam Locomotive Nameplate "LULWORTH CASTLE" As carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 4-6-0 No "5003" built at Swindon works in May 1927. Allocations included Old Oak Common, Taunton, Exeter, Swindon, Plymouth Laira, Carmarthen, Cardiff Canton and Newton Abbot from where it was withdrawn in August 1962. Cut up at Cashmore’s Newport, South Wales 12/62. This is a first time in auction for this particular plate which was purchased direct from Swindon by the vendor. Lulworth Castle is situated in East Lulworth, Wareham, Dorset and is an early 17th century mock castle.



Brass Steam Locomotive Nameplate "KIDWELLY" As carried by an Eager designed 0-6-0ST built by the Avonside Engine Co, Bristol in May 1903. This Locomotive was originally built for the Burry Port & Gwendraeth Railway as their No 4 (works No 1463) but was passed to the GWR in 1922 becoming No 2194 where it worked the Weymouth Quayside line for many years until 1940 when it moved to Taunton passing into BR Service in 1948 however withdrawal came in February 1953 and it was subsequently scrapped at Swindon on an unknown date.

Cabsides



Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Number plate "4237". As carried by a Churchward designed ex GWR 2-8-0T built at Swindon Works in October 1914. Allocations included Landore, Newport Pill, Aberbeeg and Aberdare from where it was withdrawn in April 1964. Cut up at Bird's Morriston, South Wales 07/64.



C/I Steam Locomotive Cabside Number plate "4691". As carried by a Collett designed 57xx class ex GWR 0-6-0PT built at Swindon works in January 1945. Allocations included Old Oak Common, Slough and Templecombe from where it was withdrawn in September 1964. Cut up at Bird's Risca, South Wales 10/64. Front restored.





Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Number plate "6301". As carried by a Churchward designed ex GWR 43xx Class 2-6-0 built at Swindon works in December 1920. Allocations included Landore, Goodwick, Exeter, Taunton, Plymouth Laira, Oxley and Croes Newydd from where it withdrawn in October 1962. Cut up at Cashmore's, Great Bridge 06/64.



C/I Steam Locomotive Cabside Number plate "6397". As carried by a Churchward designed ex GWR 43xx class 2-6-0 built by Robert Stephenson & Co, Darlington in December 1921. Allocations included Swindon, Exeter, and St.Blazey from where it was withdrawn in September 1959. Cut up at Swindon Works 11/59.



Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside number plate "4941" As carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 4-6-0 named "LLANGEDWYN HALL" built at Swindon works in July 1929. Allocations included Newton Abbot, Cardiff Canton, Newport Ebbw Jct, Severn Tunnel Jct, Llanelly, Reading and Westbury from where it was withdrawn in October 1962. Cut up at Cashmore's Newport, South Wales 06/64. Ex Loco condition.



C/I Steam Locomotive Cabside number plate "5526" As carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 45xx Class 2-6-2T built at Swindon works in May 1928. Allocations included St.Blazey, Truro and Westbury from where it was withdrawn in June 1962. Originally sent to Woodham Bros, Barry for scrap it was subsequently purchased for preservation and now resides in working order at the South Devon Railway, Buckfastleigh, South Devon. Ex Loco condition.





Worksplates - Steam





Brass Oval Steam Locomotive Worksplate "KERR, STUART & Co Ltd, LONDON & STOKE No 4350 - 1925". As carried by an ex-LMS 0-6-0 No. 44100. One of 25 built by KS in 1925, it was shedded at Nottingham then Burton on Trent. Withdrawn in March 1963.











LNER Steam 9x5 worksplate brass centre number strip, ex J35 no 64468

Flame Cut Number Panel - Ex No. 35005 "CANADIAN PACIFIC".



SR Targets









Station Lamp Tablets



Loco Whistles



Brass LMS Steam Locomotive HOOTER. As carried by 8F No. 48513. Ex-loco condition.



Enamel Signs

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LSWR / SR enamel Loco Cab Sign



LSWR / SR enamel Loco Cab Sign



LSWR / SR enamel Loco Cab Sign



LSWR / SR enamel Loco Cab Sign















A BR (S) station enamel poster board heading "BRITISH RAILWAYS". Quad Royal size, in excellent condition





Ex - St Helens Station -Isle of Wight



Ex - Exeter Central Station



Ex - Exeter Central Station



Ex - Exeter Central Station





Station Running-in-Boards



Doorplates

























Block and Bell Instruments

  







Signal Finials

  

  

Signalling - Track Indictors



  

  

Signalling - Plungers

  

Signalling - Miscellaneous



Silverplate and Tableware



Time Tables





  

  

Cap Badges







Advertising Signs

  





Posters













Wagon Plates









Alloy Loco Plaques



Miscellaneous Items



An Alloy "L.N.E.R - FOOT WARMER". Marked LNER on the side and on the filler cap. Not common!



  



Small C/I Plate "S HALLETT - NORWOOD JUNCTION". Its purpose unknown but Norwood Jct was a signing-on point on the Southern for train crews





Original Steel Rear "TOTEM" Fixing Bracket







Steel "M& G N" Signal Lever Collar. "STOP AND THINK".







Horse Harness Nose Strap



Safe Plate



Pullman



Pullman Car Name Plaque


Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway Collection


Books

  







Clocks



Original "S & D J R" 12" Wall Clock. Ex Bath Green Park M.P.D Loco Shed. Full working order



Original Midland Railway "BATH JCT SIGNAL BOX" - Clock. Full working order

Single Line Tablets and Carriers







Time Tables and Sectional Appendices

















Single Line Key Token



Shed Codes



Signal Arm - From Bath Green Park



Two Double Sided Document Bag Brass Plates





Rail Chairs - Ex Bath Green Park Loco Shed



Miscellaneous Items



Loco Route Availablity Booklet



Cast Iron Signs



Rare - M & G N "SHUT THIS GATE"















Lamps and Lighting



B.R. Three aspect "HAND LAMP" From Bath Green Park. Complete with all fittings, glasses and back handle. Restored condition.



  



S & D J R Station Lamp "Ex Chilcompton Station"



LMS Gas Lamp from "Bath Station River Bridge" removed August 1966

  



  



  



Loco Whistles



Gradient Post



S & D J R - C/I Line Side Gradient Sign "1-50" - Ex - MASBURY

Gradient Diagrams





Carriage Prints





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