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Updated Jun 20, 2022

Auction Catalogue
Crewe Heritage - 17th to 19th June 2022


Welcome to our 10th online telephone/email auction, which runs from Friday 17th June until Sunday 19th June 2022.

How to bid

Prospective bidders for items in the catalogue (below) need 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 17th June 2022.

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.

If emailing to register, please provide your name, full address and a contact telephone number.

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 three-day duration and telephone calls can be accepted between 10am-8pm on the first two sale days (Friday and Saturday) - and up to 6pm on the third day (Sunday). Thereafter emails only on Sunday between 6pm-8pm. Any emails timed at arriving at our office after 8pm on Sunday 19th June will be invalid.

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 June 21st.

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.

Delivery to all parts of the UK can be arranged with our 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.

Thank you to all vendors and bidders. Next auction October 28-30

Lot No Lot Detail

1

B.R. (W) Station Enamel Totem Sign "BRISTOL TEMPLE MEADS". Half flanged. Excellent Condition. Note: this is the genuine rare article, as opposed to a totem that was cut out from a BTM roundel many years ago with flanges added. A rare opportunity, as totems were only fitted to the small bay suburban platforms. The rest of the station was fitted with roundels, along with Birmingham Snow Hill.

Guide: £6000-8000


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £4000 (PB 28)

2

B.R. (W) Station Enamel Totem Sign "WORCESTER FOREGATE STREET". Half flanged. Excellent Condition.

Guide: £2000-2500


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £1600 (PB 63)

3

B.R. (W) Station Enamel Totem Sign "GREAT MALVERN". Half flanged. Excellent Condition.

Guide: £2000-2500


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £1800 (PB 323)

4

B.R. (W) Station Enamel Totem Sign "MALVERN WELLS". Half flanged. Excellent Condition. Only the third example to appear at auction.

Guide: £2000-2500


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £2000 (PB 394)

5

B.R. (W) Station Enamel Totem Sign "COLWALL". Fully flanged. Black Edge. Excellent Condition.

Guide: £1000-1500


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £1000 (PB 512)

6

B.R. (W) Station Enamel Totem Sign "LEDBURY". Half flanged. Excellent Condition.

Guide: £2000-2500


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £2000 (PB 63)

7

B.R. (W) Station Enamel Totem Sign "WELLINGTON SALOP". Half flanged. Good Condition with a few chips to border.

Guide: £1000-1200


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £1200 (PB 341)

8

B.R. (W) Station Enamel Totem Sign "SOLIHULL". Fully flanged. Black Edge. Excellent Condition.

Guide: £800-1000


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £1100 (PB 341)

9

B.R. (W) Station Enamel Totem Sign "EARLSWOOD LAKES". Fully flanged. Black Edge. Excellent Condition with two small chip repairs to the 'R'.

Guide: £800-1000


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £1000 (PB 215)

10

B.R. (W) Station Enamel Totem Sign "HENLEY IN ARDEN". Fully flanged. Good condition with one small chip to lower right corner.

Guide: £800-1000


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £1000 (PB 606)

11

B.R. (W) Station Enamel Totem Sign "DIDCOT". Fully flanged. Black Edge. Excellent Condition.

Guide: £600-800


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £750 (PB 302)

12

B.R. (W) Station Enamel Totem Sign "TORRE". Fully flanged. Black flange. Good condition with some loss of shine.

Guide: £800-1000


Category: Totems

13

B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "RUTHERGLEN". Fully flanged. Excellent Condition.

Guide: £700-1000


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £600 (PB 1220)

14

B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "WOODHALL". Fully flanged. Ex-Service Condition.

Guide: £500-600


Category: Totems

15

B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "COATDYKE". Fully flanged. Good Condition.

Guide: £500-700


Category: Totems

16

B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "UDDINGSTON CENTRAL". Fully flanged. Excellent Condition.

Guide: £600-800


Category: Totems

17

B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "CUMBERLAND STREET". Black Edged. Fully flanged. Excellent Condition and shine. Only the sixth time at auction.

Guide: £800-1200


Category: Totems

18

B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "NEWTON". Fully flanged. Good Condition with chip to lower panel. Only the fifth time at auction.

Guide: £800-1200


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £1000 (PB 333)

19

B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "CAMBUSLANG". The rarer half flange version. Ex-service Condition.

Guide: £800-1200


Category: Totems

20

B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "FALKIRK GRAHAMSTON". Half flanged. Good Condition with chip to lower panel. Only the fifth time at auction.

Guide: £800-1200


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £1200 (PB 421)

21

B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "MONTROSE". Fully flanged, Black Edged, Excellent Condition.

Guide: £1000-1200


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £1500 (PB 98)

22

B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "KINLOSS". Fully flanged. Excellent Condition with one well-repaired chip to the left of 'O'.

Guide: £800-1200


Category: Totems

23

B.R. (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "TAYNUILT". Fully flanged. Good Condition with five areas of well-matched repair.

Guide: £1000-1500


Category: Totems

24

B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "AMBERGATE". Fully flanged. Excellent Condition.

Guide: £1000-1200


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £2000 (PB 343)

25

B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "BELPER". Fully flanged. Good Condition. This is the rarer face-drilled four-hole version and is the first example to appear at auction.

Guide: £800-1000


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £1200 (PB 553)

26

B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "DUFFIELD". Fully flanged. Excellent Condition with one small chip to right hand edge. Only the fourth example to appear at auction.

Guide: £800-1000


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £2300 (PB 362)

27

B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "BEDWORTH". Fully flanged. Usual edge chipping to borders.

Guide: £600-700


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £500 (PB 63)

28

B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "MARKET HARBOROUGH". Fully flanged. Black Edged. Excellent Condition.

Guide: £800-1000


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £1000 (PB 614)

29

B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "NORTHAMPTON BRIDGE STREET". Fully flanged. Black flange. Only the third example to appear at auction. Excellent Condition.

Guide: £3000-4000


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £3500 (PB 6)

30

B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "IRCHESTER". Fully flanged. Black flange. Good Condition with light face scratches.

Guide: £600-800


Category: Totems

31

B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "OAKLEY". Fully flanged. Only the second example to appear at auction, last out ten years ago. Three chips to face.

Guide: £1000-1200


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £800 (PB 57)

32

B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "ALTHORP PARK". Fifth example at auction.

Guide: £800-1000


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £1100 (PB 553)

33

B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "LANCASTER GREEN AYRE". Half flanged. Good Condition with some rust spots to white border.

Guide: £1000-1500


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £1200 (PB 109)

34

B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "BARE LANE". Fully flanged. Black Edged. Excellent Condition. Only the fourth example to appear at auction.

Guide: £800-1000


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £3400 (PB 109)

35

L.M.S. C/I Station Hawkseye Target Sign "BORWICK". Restored Condition.

Guide: £300-500


Category: Targets
Lot Sold For: £400 (PB 291)

36

B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "ROSE GROVE". Fully flanged. Black Edged. Excellent Condition.

Guide: £800-1000


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £900 (PB 6)

37

B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "CONWAY". Fully flanged. Black Edged. Good ex-station condition with a couple of chips to border. Only the fourth example to appear at auction.

Guide: £1000-1500


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £700 (PB 200)

38

B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "MOSTYN". Fully flanged. Black Edged. Excellent Condition.

Guide: £500-600


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £400 (PB 200)

39

B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "WILLENHALL". Fully flanged. Black flange. Only the second example to appear at auction, last out 20 years ago. Excellent Condition.

Guide: £1000-1500


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £2600 (PB 362)

40

B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "FINCHLEY ROAD & FROGNAL". Half flanged. Several areas of repair.

Guide: £600-800


Category: Totems

41

B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "QUEENS PARK". The usual FOUR FOOT version from this location. Fully flanged. Excellent Condition and only the fourth example at auction.

Guide: £1000-1500


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £1800 (PB 70)

42

B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "SHERBORNE". Fully flanged. Excellent Condition.

Guide: £800-1000


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £800 (PB 16)

43

B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "BOURNEMOUTH WEST". Fully flanged. Excellent Condition. Terminus of the famous 'Pines Express' over the Somerset & Dorset route, closed in 1965. A different example to that sold in our last auction.

Guide: £2000-3000


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £3000 (PB 49)

44

B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "POKESDOWN". Half flanged. Good Condition. Only the fourth example to appear at auction.

Guide: £800-1000


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £1200 (PB 611)

45

South West Trains Station Enamel Totem Sign "LYMINGTON PIER". A modern totem of the style hung by train operator South West Trains on the Brockenhurst to Lymington branch. Ex-service condition with some surface scratches.

Guide: £400-600


Category: Totems

46

B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "EASTLEIGH". Half flanged. Excellent Condition.

Guide: £1000-1500


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £1100 (PB 16)

47

B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "WEST WEYBRIDGE". Fully flanged. Excellent Condition. The rarer FF version and only the third totem from this location to appear at auction.

Guide: £2000-3000


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £2300 (PB 446)

48

B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "WALTON ON THAMES". Black Edged. Fully flanged. Excellent Condition.

Guide: £800-1000


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £1500 (PB 70)

49

B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "NEW ELTHAM". Half flanged. Good Condition. These totems were only fitted to platform extensions, the rest retaining their SR targets. Only the second example to appear at auction, the last being in 2007.

Guide: £800-1000


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £2000 (PB 244)

50

B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "DUNTON GREEN". Black Edged. Fully flanged. Good Condition with repair in top panel and some edge chipping.

Guide: £600-800


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £800 (PB 569)

51

B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "SEVENOAKS". Black Edged. Fully flanged. Good Condition with repair in bottom panel.

Guide: £400-500


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £700 (PB 501)

52

B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "ROTHERFIELD & MARK CROSS". Fully flanged. Black Edged. Excellent Condition from an East Sussex 'Cuckoo Line' station closed in 1965.

Guide: £1500-2000


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £1600 (PB 183)

53

B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "HORAM". Half flanged. Good Condition with usual rusting to flange and small chip on bottom centre line. From an East Sussex 'Cuckoo Line' station, closed in 1965. Only the third example to appear at auction.

Guide: £2000-3000


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £4000 (PB 650)

54

B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "HELLINGLY". Fully flanged. Excellent Condition from an East Sussex 'Cuckoo Line' station closed in 1965. Only the third example to appear at auction.

Guide: £2000-3000


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £3700 (PB 650)

55

B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "POLEGATE". Fully flanged. Good Condition with two areas of well-matched repair.

Guide: £600-800


Category: Totems

56

B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "EASTBOURNE". Black Edged. Fully flanged. Virtually mint condition.

Guide: £600-800


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £900 (PB 409)

57

B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "HASTINGS". Fully flanged. Excellent Condition.

Guide: £600-800


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £800 (PB 501)

58

B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "CARSHALTON". Fully flanged. Black Edged. Excellent Condition.

Guide: £500-600


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £550 (PB 65)

59

B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "EAST MALLING HALT". Fully flanged. Ex-station condition with small chip to top flange and right wing. This is the much rarer bottom panel version, appeared only once before at auction, 22 years ago. The majority of totems from this location have all three words in the main central panel.

Guide: £1200-1500


Category: Totems

60

B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "RAMSGATE". Fully flanged. Excellent Condition.

Guide: £600-800


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £800 (PB 501)

61

B.R. (S) Station Enamel Totem Sign "GRAVESEND CENTRAL". Fully flanged. Black Edged. Excellent Condition. These totems were only fitted to platform extensions, the rest of the station retaining their SR targets. Only the fourth example to appear at auction.

Guide: £1200-1500


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £3000 (PB 74)

62

S.R. Station Enamel Target Sign "SHORNCLIFFE". Fair Condition with some chipping but lettering unaffected. On original backboard c/w canopy hanger still attached.

Guide: £400-600


Category: Targets
Lot Sold For: £700 (PB 407)

63

S.R. Station Enamel Target Sign "HORSTED KEYNES". Fair Condition and on original backboard c/w canopy hanger still attached. Removed for the vendor on the closure of BR services to the station in 1963, now a well-known location on the Bluebell Railway.

Guide: £600-800


Category: Targets

64

S.R. Station Enamel Target Sign "VAUXHALL". Fair Condition with loss of shine.

Guide: £200-300


Category: Targets
Lot Sold For: £220 (PB 562)

65

S.R. Station Enamel Target Sign "CLAPHAM JUNCTION". Fair Condition with some chipping but letters unaffected and on original backboard from this famous location.

Guide: £1000-1200


Category: Targets
Lot Sold For: £650 (PB 234)

66

S.R. Station Enamel Target Sign "KEW BRIDGE". Good Condition. Only the fifth example to appear at auction.

Guide: £800-1200


Category: Targets
Lot Sold For: £1000 (PB 548)

67

S.R. Station Enamel Target Sign "CHEAM". Good Condition on original backboard. Only the third example to appear at auction.

Guide: £500-800


Category: Targets

68

S.R. Station Enamel Target Sign "ASHTEAD". Good Condition on original backboard. Only the fourth example to appear at auction.

Guide: £600-800


Category: Targets
Lot Sold For: £1000 (PB 247)

69

S.R. Station Enamel Target Sign "DORKING TOWN". Fair Condition with service filth to borders and chipping above and below 'TO' of Town. Only the fourth example to appear at auction.

Guide: £400-600


Category: Targets
Lot Sold For: £500 (PB 86)

70

S.R. Station Enamel Target Sign "ASH VALE". Fair Condition with usual discolouration to white areas and matched repair to area above 'A' and 'L' and top right screw hole.

Guide: £250-300


Category: Targets
Lot Sold For: £500 (PB 70)

71

S.R. Station Enamel Target Sign "BASINGSTOKE". Fair Condition with chipping around five screw holes.

Guide: £400-500


Category: Targets
Lot Sold For: £450 (PB 193)

72

S.R. Station Enamel Target Sign "BASINGSTOKE". Rough Condition.

Guide: £300-400


Category: Targets
Lot Sold For: £300 (PB 510)

73

S.R. Station Enamel Target Sign "BRANKSOME". Good Condition.

Guide: £800-1000


Category: Targets
Lot Sold For: £1100 (PB 406)

74

S.R. Station Enamel Target Sign "PARKSTONE". Excellent Condition on original backing board.

Guide: £1000-1500


Category: Targets
Lot Sold For: £1300 (PB 711)

75

S.R Enamel station fascia sign "HOLMSLEY STATION" from the route between Ringwood and Brockenhurst in the New Forest, closed to passengers in May 1964 and now open to visitors as a successful tea room. A nice manageable 27in x 11.5in and in excellent condition.

Guide: £600-800


Category: Station Signage
Lot Sold For: £1000 (PB 719)

76

S.R Enamel station fascia sign "SOUTHERN ELECTRIC EPSOM STATION". Ex-station condition with several chips. Size 105in x 11.5in.

Guide: £600-800


Category: Station Signage

77

S.R Enamel station Seatback Sign "CHRISTS HOSPITAL". Ex-Service Condition. Size 48in x 3in.

Guide: £600-800


Category: Seatbacks
Lot Sold For: £420 (PB 93)

78

B.R (S) Enamel station Running-In Board "SLINFOLD". From the station on the route from Christ's Hospital to Guildford, closed in 1965. A small single platform station with a running-in board at both ends, we sold the other board at our June 2021 auction. Size 12in x 60in.

Guide: £1000-1500


Category: Running-In-Boards

79

B.R (S) Enamel station Running-In Board "BURNHAM ON SEA". Poor Condition but a classic location. Size 111in x 14in.

Guide: £600-800


Category: Running-In-Boards
Lot Sold For: £750 (PB 88)

80

S.R Enamel station Running-In Board "DUNSBEAR HALT". A remarkable survivor from this small single platform between Yarde Halt and Petrockstow, opened by the North Devon & Cornwall Light Railway in 1925, passing into BR Southern Region ownership in 1948 and closed in March 1965. Now forms part of the Tarka Trail footpath. Good Condition. Size 66in x 12in.

Guide: £600-800


Category: Running-In-Boards
Lot Sold For: £500 (PB 93)

81

G.W.R C/I Signal Box Nameboard "FILLEIGH SIGNAL BOX". Face restored condition.

Guide: £1000-1500


Category: Signalbox Nameboards
Lot Sold For: £1400 (PB 699)

82

Signal Box Nameboard "WASHWOOD HEATH SIDINGS No. 6". Ex-service condition. Size 6.5ft x 10ft 5in.

Guide: £200-400


Category: Signalbox Nameboards

83

L.M.S. Signal Box Nameboard "INGBER". Metal letters mounted on new backboard. Size 29in x 8in.

Guide: £150-250


Category: Signalbox Nameboards

84

L.N.W.R/L.M.S. Signal Box Nameboard "SHOTWICK SDGS". Face repainted.

Guide: £200-400


Category: Signalbox Nameboards
Lot Sold For: £300 (PB 618)

85

L.N.W.R/L.M.S. Signal Box Nameboard "SEACOMBE JUNCTION". Minor loss of timber backboard top right. Face repainted.

Guide: £200-400


Category: Signalbox Nameboards
Lot Sold For: £300 (PB 618)

86

L.N.W.R/L.M.S. Signal Box Nameboard "WIDNES No. 6". Original condition.

Guide: £200-400


Category: Signalbox Nameboards
Lot Sold For: £460 (PB 618)

87

L.N.W.R/L.M.S. Signal Box Nameboard "PARK STATION". Face repainted.

Guide: £200-400


Category: Signalbox Nameboards

88

L.N.W.R/L.M.S. Signal Box Nameboard "TOWN GREEN". Face repainted.

Guide: £200-400


Category: Signalbox Nameboards
Lot Sold For: £650 (PB 582)

89

F.R Signal Box Nameboard "HAVERTHWAITE". Ex-Furness Railway style lettering. Size 4.5in x 6in.

Guide: £200-400


Category: Signalbox Nameboards

90

Signal Box Nameboard "ARMATHWAITE". All original and in restored condition complete with its four fixing bolts to the rear. A classic Settle & Carlisle line location. Size 5ft 2in x 10in.

Guide: £300-500


Category: Signalbox Nameboards
Lot Sold For: £750 (PB 157)

91

C/I Lineside Tunnel Notice "SHOTLOCK HILL TUNNEL 106 YARDS". From a location next to Garsdale Head on the Settle & Carlisle line. Front restored, back ex-location. Size 5ft x 21in.

Guide: £500-800


Category: Cast Iron Signs

92

N.E.R Enamel Lamp Tablet "ALNWICK". Good Condition.

Guide: £400-500


Category: Lamp Glasses and Tablets
Lot Sold For: £450 (PB 300)

93

N.E.R Enamel Lamp Tablet "WHITLEY BAY". Good Condition.

Guide: £400-500


Category: Lamp Glasses and Tablets

94A

G.W.R Enamel Lamp Tablet "TINKERS GREEN HALT". Good Condition.

Guide: £300-500


Category: Lamp Glasses and Tablets
Lot Sold For: £750 (PB 167)

94B

LNER/BR(E) Perspex Station Lamp Diffuser "SWAVESEY". Screen printed one side in black Gill Sans lettering. A station on the Cambridge to St.Ives branch which closed to passengers in 1970. The station was not fitted with totems, a rare survivor. Size 29in x 6in.

Guide: £200-300


Category: Lighting

95

B.R (M) Enamel Street Direction Sign "RUGELEY TOWN STATION" with right facing arrow.

Guide: £400-600


Category: Enamel Street Direction Signs
Lot Sold For: £650 (PB 113)

96

B.R (Sc) Enamel Street Direction Sign "STATION" with left facing arrow.

Guide: £300-500


Category: Enamel Street Direction Signs
Lot Sold For: £750 (PB 569)

97

B.R (W) Enamel Street Direction Sign "STATION" with right facing arrow.

Guide: £300-500


Category: Enamel Street Direction Signs
Lot Sold For: £650 (PB 307)

98

B.R (E) Enamel Street Direction Sign "STATIONS". Double sided. Excellent Condition and shine complete with wall mounting hanging bracket.

Guide: £400-600


Category: Enamel Street Direction Signs
Lot Sold For: £800 (PB 103)

99

B.R (M) Enamel Station Doorplate "COMMERCIAL REPRESENTATIVE". A double-liner with chips to top screw holes and repaired chip to bottom right screw hole. Rare wording.

Guide: £600-800


Category: Doorplates
Lot Sold For: £1100 (PB 103)

100

B.R (M) Enamel Station Doorplate "ALL ENQUIRIES FIRST FLOOR" with left facing arrow. A double-liner in excellent condition with just a minor chip to top left screw hole. Rare wording.

Guide: £600-800


Category: Doorplates
Lot Sold For: £1000 (PB 21)

101

B.R (M) Enamel Station Doorplate "PASSENGER AGENT". A double-liner in excellent condition. Rare wording.

Guide: £600-800


Category: Doorplates
Lot Sold For: £1100 (PB 21)

102

B.R (M) Enamel Station Doorplate "STATION MASTER". Good Condition.

Guide: £200-300


Category: Doorplates
Lot Sold For: £300 (PB 386)

103

B.R (Sc) Enamel Station Doorplate "STAFF ONLY". Good Condition with minor edge chipping to base.

Guide: £200-300


Category: Doorplates
Lot Sold For: £500 (PB 307)

104

B.R (Sc) Enamel Station Doorplate "TICKETS". Excellent Condition.

Guide: £200-300


Category: Doorplates
Lot Sold For: £260 (PB 98)

105

B.R (Sc) Enamel Station Doorplate "WAITING ROOM". Excellent Condition.

Guide: £150-250


Category: Doorplates
Lot Sold For: £170 (PB 562)

106

B.R (Sc) Enamel Station Doorplate "WAITING & LADIES ROOMS". Good Condition.

Guide: £200-300


Category: Doorplates
Lot Sold For: £500 (PB 21)

107

B.R (Sc) Enamel Station Doorplate "ENQUIRIES". Good Condition with some edge chipping.

Guide: £200-300


Category: Doorplates
Lot Sold For: £280 (PB 168)

108

B.R (E) Enamel Station Doorplate "INSPECTORS". Excellent Condition

Guide: £200-300


Category: Doorplates
Lot Sold For: £250 (PB 386)

109

B.R (E) Enamel Station Doorplate "GOODS ENQUIRIES". Excellent Condition.

Guide: £200-300


Category: Doorplates
Lot Sold For: £340 (PB 513)

110

B.R (S) Enamel Station Doorplate "FEMALE STAFF". Excellent Condition.

Guide: £400-500


Category: Doorplates
Lot Sold For: £600 (PB 103)

111

B.R (S) Enamel Station Doorplate "GENTLEMEN". Ex-station condition.

Guide: £140-180


Category: Doorplates
Lot Sold For: £170 (PB 21)

112

B.R (S) Enamel Station Doorplate "PRIVATE". Ex-station condition.

Guide: £120-140


Category: Doorplates
Lot Sold For: £130 (PB 562)

113

B.R (S) Enamel Station Doorplate "STAFF ONLY". Good condition c/w brass eyelets.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Doorplates
Lot Sold For: £300 (PB 237)

114

Pre-Grouping Wooden Station Doorplate "PARCELS OFFICE". Original Condition.

Guide: £40-60


Category: Doorplates
Lot Sold For: £60 (PB 44)

115

L.M.S Wooden Doorplate with metal letters on new backing board "LAMP ROOM". Size 29in x 4.5in.

Guide: £50-80


Category: Doorplates
Lot Sold For: £40 (PB 216)

116

C/I L.N.E.R Doorplate "LADIES WAITING ROOM". Repainted.

Guide: £80-120


Category: Doorplates

117

B.R (Sc) Enamel Station Poster board header "BRITISH RAILWAYS". Small lettered version. D/R size. Good Condition.

Guide: £150-250


Category: Poster Board Headers
Lot Sold For: £180 (PB 10)

118

B.R (E) Enamel Station Poster board header "BRITISH RAILWAYS". D/R size. Good Condition.

Guide: £150-250


Category: Poster Board Headers
Lot Sold For: £180 (PB 10)

119

B.R (M) Enamel Station Poster board header "BRITISH RAILWAYS". D/R size. Good Condition.

Guide: £150-250


Category: Poster Board Headers
Lot Sold For: £160 (PB 10)

120

B.R (NE) Enamel Station Poster board header "BRITISH RAILWAYS". D/R size. Good Condition.

Guide: £200-250


Category: Poster Board Headers
Lot Sold For: £420 (PB 503)

121

B.R (W) Enamel Station Poster board header "BRITISH RAILWAYS". D/R size. Good Condition.

Guide: £150-250


Category: Poster Board Headers
Lot Sold For: £150 (PB 10)

122

B.R (S) Enamel Station Poster board header "BRITISH RAILWAYS". D/R size. Good Condition.

Guide: £150-250


Category: Poster Board Headers
Lot Sold For: £160 (PB 10)

123

G.W.R Enamel Station Poster board / timetable header "G.W.R". Good Condition.

Guide: £200-300


Category: Poster Board Headers
Lot Sold For: £240 (PB 595)

124

Enamel Sign "DRINKING WATER" Heavy areas of restoration. Size 15in x 3.5in.

Guide: £40-60


Category: Enamel Signs

125

B.R (Sc) Enamel Station Poster board header "BRITISH RAILWAYS". Q/R size. Ex-station Condition.

Guide: £150-250


Category: Poster Board Headers
Lot Sold For: £250 (PB 394)

126

Poster Board header "LMS & GWR Ry Cos SEVERN & WYE JT RY." Metal letters mounted on wood.

Guide: £300-500


Category: Poster Board Headers

127

B.R (Sc) Enamel Station Sign "STATIONS TO GLASGOW" with left facing arrow. Ex-station condition. Size 27in x 11in.

Guide: £500-600


Category: Enamel Signs
Lot Sold For: £600 (PB 415)

128

B.R (Sc) Enamel Station Sign "NORTH TRAINS" with right facing arrow. Rare wording. Fair condition with areas of repair. Size 42in x 12in.

Guide: £800-1200


Category: Enamel Signs

129

B.R (Sc) Enamel Station Sign "SOUTH TRAINS" with left facing arrow. Rare wording. Fair condition with areas of repair. Crease to top right corner. Size 42in x 12in.

Guide: £800-1200


Category: Enamel Signs

130

B.R (Sc) Enamel Station Sign "TO STEAMERS". Ex-Wemyss Bay. One noticeable chip to face with lettering unaffected. Rare wording. Size 3ft x 18in.

Guide: £1500-2000


Category: Enamel Signs

131

B.R (Sc) Enamel Station Sign "WAY OUT AND TICKET OFFICE". Ex-station condition.

Guide: £250-400


Category: Enamel Signs
Lot Sold For: £300 (PB 176)

132

B.R (Sc) Enamel Station Sign "PLATFORM 1" Fair ex-service condition with some scratching. Size 24in x 18in.

Guide: £150-250


Category: Enamel Signs
Lot Sold For: £240 (PB 415)

133

B.R (NE) Enamel Station Sign "WHEN CLOSED APPLY TO STATION INSPECTOR". Virtually mint with one small repaired chip under 'P' of Inspector. Size 15in square.

Guide: £400-600


Category: Enamel Signs
Lot Sold For: £800 (PB 361)

134

B.R (W) Enamel Station Sign "WAITING & LADIES ROOMS". Double sided complete with hanging hooks Ex-service condition.

Guide: £150-250


Category: Enamel Signs
Lot Sold For: £200 (PB 562)

135

B.R (W) Enamel Station Sign "NO ENTRY". Several repaired chips to face. Size 3ft x 1ft.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Enamel Signs

136

B.R (E) Enamel Station Sign "GENTLEMEN". Rough condition. Size 3ft x 1ft.

Guide: £120-150


Category: Enamel Signs

137

B.R (E) Enamel Station Sign "TO PLATFORMS 1&2" with right facing arrow. Good Condition with a couple of face chips.

Guide: £200-300


Category: Enamel Signs
Lot Sold For: £200 (PB 187)

138

B.R (M) Enamel Station Sign "GENTLEMEN". Double Sided, complete with hanging hooks. Ex-station condition.

Guide: £150-250


Category: Enamel Signs
Lot Sold For: £160 (PB 562)

139

B.R (M) Enamel Station Sign "NOT FOR DRINKING". Ex-Hellifield station. Excellent Condition. Size 6in x 4in. Different to the usual wording of 'Not Drinking Water'.

Guide: £100-150


Category: Enamel Signs
Lot Sold For: £120 (PB 176)

140

B.R (M) Enamel Station Sign "FOR TRAINS TO BLACKBURN HELLIFIELD ACCRINGTON BURNLEY COLNE SKIPTON". Ex-Preston station, purchased direct by the vendor in 1976. Size 5ft x 2ft. Ex-station condition with minor scratches.

Guide: £300-400


Category: Enamel Signs
Lot Sold For: £430 (PB 28)

141

B.R (M) Enamel Station Sign "PRIVATE ROAD - VEHICLES MUST NOT EXCEED 3MPH". Ex-service condition with minor chipping. Letters unaffected. Size 3ft x 2ft 6in.

Guide: £300-400


Category: Enamel Signs
Lot Sold For: £300 (PB 113)

142

B.R (M) Enamel Station Sign "LEFT LUGGAGE - WHEN CLOSED APPLY AT PARCELS OFFICE" with right hand arrow. Good ex-station condition. Size 3ft x 18in.

Guide: £200-300


Category: Enamel Signs
Lot Sold For: £420 (PB 361)

143

B.R (M) Enamel Station Sign "PASSENGERS MUST CROSS THE LINE BY THE BRIDGE". Mint ex-station condition. Size 24in x 18in.

Guide: £150-250


Category: Enamel Signs
Lot Sold For: £180 (PB 302)

144

B.R (M) Enamel Station Sign "PARKING RESERVED FOR CAR PARK SEASON TICKET HOLDERS ONLY". Ex-service condition. Size 3ft x 18in.

Guide: £200-300


Category: Enamel Signs
Lot Sold For: £400 (PB 113)

145

B.R (M) Enamel Station Sign "NO SMOKING" with totem header. Ex-service condition with some fading.

Guide: £100-150


Category: Enamel Signs
Lot Sold For: £100 (PB 562)

146

B.R (M) Enamel Station Sign "TO HIGH LEVEL RAILWAY STATION AND PEDESTRIAN SUBWAY TO LOW LEVEL STATION" with right hand arrow. Ex-Wolverhampton. Excellent condition. Size 3ft x 18in.

Guide: £500-800


Category: Enamel Signs
Lot Sold For: £1400 (PB 804)

147

S.R Enamel station posterboard header in Southern 'sunshine' lettering. Quad Royal size. Good Condition.

Guide: £200-300


Category: Poster Board Headers
Lot Sold For: £320 (PB 386)

148

S.R Enamel station posterboard header "TRAIN SERVICE" in the unique SR style. Mead McLean makers name to rear. Size 47in x 5.5in. Good Condition.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Poster Board Headers
Lot Sold For: £400 (PB 273)

149

S.R. Enamel station sign "GENTLEMEN". Unflanged. Good Condition. Size 48in x 12in.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Enamel Signs

150

S.R. Enamel Station Car Stop Sign "4". Complete with lamp post bracket and backboard. Ex-station condition.

Guide: £60-80


Category: Enamel Signs

151

S.R Enamel station booking hall sign "CONDITIONS OF TICKETS..." Presented in its original wooden frame with loss to base of frame from damp storage.

Guide: £120-140


Category: Enamel Signs

152

L.S.W.R/S.R Enamel Station Car Stop Sign "4". On original backboard. Ex-station condition.

Guide: £60-80


Category: Enamel Signs

153

B.R (S) Enamel Station Sign "LADIES ROOM". Flanged. Good Condition.

Guide: £200-300


Category: Enamel Signs

154

B.R (S) Enamel Station Sign "LADIES". Flanged. Presented in the very rare experimental pink version with lower case lettering. Known to be used at Norwood Junction amongst others. Good Ex-station condition. Size 1ft x 2ft. The other side to that sold in our last auction.

Guide: £200-300


Category: Enamel Signs
Lot Sold For: £220 (PB 21)

155

B.R (S) Enamel station sign "THE RAILWAY EXECUTIVE - SOUTHERN REGION" Notice re propping up of wagon doors with 18 lines of text. Good Condition. Size 12in x 18in.

Guide: £300-400


Category: Enamel Signs

156

B.R (S) Enamel station sign "TICKET OFFICE & WAITING ROOMS". Good Condition. Size 24in x 18in.

Guide: £200-300


Category: Enamel Signs
Lot Sold For: £420 (PB 273)

157

S.R Enamel station sign "PLATFORM 4". Unflanged. Ex-station condition. Size 2ft x 18in.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Enamel Signs

158

B.R (S) Enamel Station Sign "GOODS DEPOT". Flanged. Excellent Condition. Size 24in x 18in.

Guide: £200-300


Category: Enamel Signs
Lot Sold For: £500 (PB 273)

159

Midland Railway Enamel Station sign "THESE BUCKETS MUST BE KEPT FULL OF CLEAN WATER. DERBY, JAN 1909." With 10 lines of text. Usual edge chipping commensurate with age. Size 11in x 6in.

Guide: £60-100


Category: Enamel Signs
Lot Sold For: £140 (PB 336)

160

G.W.R. Pre-Grouping Fully titled Enamel Station sign "ALL PERSONS ARE WARNED NOT TO TRESPASS..." Usual edge chipping commensurate with age. Size 22in x 30in.

Guide: £80-120


Category: Enamel Signs
Lot Sold For: £100 (PB 562)

161

L.B & S.C.R Enamel sign re "PROPPING UP OF WAGON DOORS..." Fair Condition for age with several face chips.

Guide: £200-300


Category: Enamel Signs

162

G.W.R Pre-Grouping Enamel Station sign "SEASON TICKETS MUST BE SHEWN HERE". Usual edge chipping commensurate with age. Size 12in x 10in.

Guide: £100-150


Category: Enamel Signs

163

Pre-Grouping Enamel Station sign "GENERAL WAITING ROOM". Double sided c/w with ornate iron wall bracket. Good Condition.

Guide: £300-500


Category: Enamel Signs

164

A Modern Image Station Sign "BLACKPOOL NORTH" with Northern Rail branding. Ex-station condition.

Guide: £60-100


Category: Modern Image Signs
Lot Sold For: £60 (PB 374)

165

A Modern Image Street Direction Sign Fingerpost "WATERLOO" with left hand arrow. Size 4ft x 1ft.

Guide: £40-60


Category: Modern Image Signs

166

A London Transport Overground branded Enamel Sign. "TO LIFTS - PLATFORMS 1&2". Size 40in x 13in.

Guide: £80-100


Category: London Transport

167

Brass Steam Locomotive Nameplate "CITY OF HEREFORD" as carried by a Stanier designed ex LMS 8P Coronation class 4-6-2 No. 46255 built at Crewe works in October 1946. Allocations included Camden, Crewe North, Carlisle Upperby and Carlisle Kingmoor from where it was withdrawn in September 1964. Cut up at Arnott Young West of Scotland Shipbreaking, Troon, South Ayrshire 12/64. Front polished and cleaned, back ex loco. Stunning example.

Guide: £22000-25000


Category: Nameplates (Steam)

168

Brass Steam Locomotive Nameplate "KING GEORGE II" as carried by a Collett designed Ex GWR 4-6-0 No. 6005 built at Swindon works in July 1927. Allocated to only Wolverhampton Stafford Road and Old Oak Common, it was withdrawn from the latter in November 1962. Cut up at Cashmore's, Great Bridge 10/63. This plate is the first time in auction. George reigned as King of Britain and Ireland from 1683-1760, born and bred in Northern Germany he is the most recent monarch to be born outside of Great Britain. Vendor purchased direct from Swindon. Front restored, back ex-loco condition.

Guide: £15000-20000


Category: Nameplates (Steam)
Lot Sold For: £20000 (PB 595)

169

Brass Steam Locomotive Nameplate "WELLINGTON" as carried by a Collett designed Castle Class Ex GWR 4-6-0 No. 5075, built at Swindon works in August 1938. Allocations included Wolverhampton Stafford Road, Chester (WR) Plymouth Laira, Exeter, Neath, Cardiff Canton and Bristol St. Philips Marsh from where it was withdrawn in September 1962. Cut up at Cashmore's, Newport, South Wales 12/62. Vickers' Wellington was a British twin-engined long-range medium bomber in service between June 1936 and March 1953. This plate is the first time in auction. Vendor purchased direct from Swindon. Front restored, back ex-loco condition.

Guide: £15000-20000


Category: Nameplates (Steam)
Lot Sold For: £18000 (PB 595)

170

Brass Steam Locomotive Nameplate "MOREHAMPTON GRANGE" as carried by a Collett designed Ex GWR 4-6-0 No. 6853, built at Swindon works in November 1937. Allocations included Leamington Spa, Stratford-on-Avon and Tyseley from where it was withdrawn in October 1965. Cut up at Cohen's, Cransley, Kettering 04/66. One of Tyseley's favourites - Morehampton Grange was a dwelling in the parish of Abbey Dore a few miles north of Pontrillas, Herefordshire. Vendor purchased direct from Swindon. Front restored, back ex- loco condition. This plate is the first time in auction. The vendor was a fitter at Tyseley in the early 60s and this Grange was one of his favourite locos, so to make sure he got the nameplate, he wrote and requested to purchase it and then pre -paid for it three years prior to withdrawal.

Guide: £8000-10000


Category: Nameplates (Steam)
Lot Sold For: £9100 (PB 99)

171

Brass Steam Locomotive Nameplate "COUNTY OF CARMARTHEN" as carried by a Hawksworth designed Ex GWR 4-6-0 No. 1009 with extended side plate built at Swindon works in December 1945. Allocations included Carmarthen, Plymouth Laira, Neyland, Swindon Test Plant, Bristol Bath Road and St. Philips Marsh from where it was withdrawn in February 1963. Cut up at Cashmore's Newport, South Wales 08/63. This plate is the first time in auction. Vendor purchased direct from Swindon. Front restored, back ex-loco condition.

Guide: £8000-10000


Category: Nameplates (Steam)
Lot Sold For: £12000 (PB 595)

172

Brass Steam Locomotive Nameplate "COLOMBO" as carried by a Gresley designed ex GNER/LNER/BR Class A3 4-6-2 Number "60036" built at Doncaster works in July 1934. Allocations included Gateshead, York, Heaton, Kings Cross, Leeds Copley Hill, Ardsley and Leeds Neville Hill from where it was withdrawn November 1964. Cut up at Drapers, Neptune Street Goods, Hull 03/65. Colombo was a British thoroughbred racehorse and sire. In a career that lasted from April 1933 to June 1934 he ran eleven times and won nine races. Colombo was an outstanding two-year-old, unbeaten in seven races in 1933.

Guide: £6000-8000


Category: Nameplates (Steam)
Lot Sold For: £6400 (PB 456)

173

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, South Wales 02/65.

Guide: £500-600


Category: Cabsides (GWR and BR)
Lot Sold For: £600 (PB 595)

174

C/I Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "5369" as carried by a Churchward designed ex GWR 43xx Class 2-6-0 built at Swindon in June 1919. Allocations included Oxley, Tyseley, Leamington Spa, Banbury, St. Philips Marsh, Swindon and Pontypool Road from where it was withdrawn in November 1963. Cut up at Cashmore's, Newport, South Wales 03/64. First time in auction.

Guide: £400-500


Category: Cabsides (GWR and BR)
Lot Sold For: £500 (PB 302)

175

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


Category: Cabsides (GWR and BR)

176

Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "7724". As carried by Collett designed ex-GWR 57xx class 0-6-0PT built by Kerr Stuart, Stoke, as the last of an order for 25 locos in July 1930. Allocations included only Gloucester Horton Road and Pontypool Road from where it was withdrawn in September 1962. Cut up at Swindon works 12/62.

Guide: £500-600


Category: Cabsides (GWR and BR)

177

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


Category: Cabsides (GWR and BR)

178

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: £1000-1500


Category: Cabsides (GWR and BR)
Lot Sold For: £1200 (PB 97)

179

C/I Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "8793". As carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 57xx class 0-6-0-PT built at Swindon works in March 1934. Allocations included St.Philips Marsh, Weymouth, Swindon and Worcester from where it was withdrawn in December 1964. Cut up at Cashmore's Newport, South Wales 04/65. Note: the smokebox numberplate from this loco is also in this auction.

Guide: £300-400


Category: Cabsides (GWR and BR)
Lot Sold For: £450 (PB 208)

180

Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Number plate "9022". As carried by a Dean/Collett designed ex GWR class Earl/Dukedog 4-4-0 built at Swindon works in December 1938. Allocated to only Machynlleth but stored for nearly two years at Aberystwyth and was withdrawn in August 1957. Cut up at Swindon works 09/57.

Guide: £1000-1200


Category: Cabsides (GWR and BR)
Lot Sold For: £1200 (PB 595)

181

C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "2814" as carried by a Churchward designed ex GWR 28xx class 2-8-0 built at Swindon works in November 1905. Allocations included Exeter, Taunton and Newport Ebbw Jct from where it was withdrawn in August 1958. Cut up at Swindon works 09/58. Ex-service condition.

Guide: £600-800


Category: Smokeboxes

182

C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "3613" as carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 57xx class 0-6-0PT built at Swindon works March 1939. Allocations included Wellington, Duffryn Yard and Neath Court Sart from where it was withdrawn in May 1964. Cut up at Bird's Bynea, South Wales 08/64. Face repainted.

Guide: £300-400


Category: Smokeboxes

183

C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "4015" as carried by a Churchward designed ex GWR Star class 4-6-0 named "KNIGHT OF ST. JOHN". Built at Swindon works in March 1908. Allocated to only Old Oak Common and Swindon, it was withdrawn from the latter in February 1951. Cut up at Swindon works on an unknown date. Ex-service condition.

Guide: £1000-1500


Category: Smokeboxes
Lot Sold For: £1000 (PB 273)

184

C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "8793" as carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 57xx class 0-6-0-PT built at Swindon works in March 1934. Allocations included St.Philips Marsh, Weymouth, Swindon and Worcester from where it was withdrawn in December 1964. Cut up at Cashmore's Newport, South Wales 04/65. Note: the cabside numberplate from this loco is also in this auction. Ex-loco Condition.

Guide: £250-350


Category: Smokeboxes
Lot Sold For: £350 (PB 208)

185

C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "9005" as carried by a Dean/Collett designed ex GWR Dukedog class 4-4-0 built at Swindon works in September 1936. Allocated to mainly Oswestry throughout its working life it was withdrawn from there in July 1959. Cut up at Swindon works 10/59. Ex-service condition.

Guide: £500-700


Category: Smokeboxes
Lot Sold For: £1000 (PB 167)

186

C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "31400" as carried by a Maunsell designed ex SR class N 2-6-0 built at Ashford works in July 1932. Allocations included Ashford, Bricklayers Arms, Guildford, Brighton and Redhill from where it was withdrawn in June 1964. Cut up at King's Norwich 01/65. Ex-service condition.

Guide: £600-800


Category: Smokeboxes
Lot Sold For: £600 (PB 631)

187

C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "32559" as carried by a Billinton designed ex SR Class E4 0-6-2T built at Brighton works in October 1901 Allocated to only Fratton and Eastleigh it was withdrawn from the latter in July 1960. Cut up at Eastleigh works 08/60. Ex-service condition.

Guide: £600-800


Category: Smokeboxes
Lot Sold For: £1100 (PB 273)

188

C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "42247" as carried by a Fairburn designed ex LMS Class 4P 2-6-4T built at Derby works in October 1946. Allocations included Glasgow Polmadie, Alsager, Greenock Ladyburn, Glasgow Corkerhill, Chester (MR), Bangor, Stafford and Carnforth from where it was withdrawn in August 1965. Cut up at Cashmore's Newport, South Wales 05/66. Ex-service condition.

Guide: £400-600


Category: Smokeboxes

189

C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "42439" as carried by a Stanier designed ex-L.M.S Class 4P 2-6-4T built at Derby works in April 1936. Allocations include Rose Grove, Lower Darwin, Patricroft, Lostock Hall, Blackpool Central and Tebay, from where it was withdrawn in August 1965. Cut up at Arnott Young, West of Scotland Shipbreaking, Troon 09/65.

Guide: £450-550


Category: Smokeboxes
Lot Sold For: £450 (PB 163)

190

C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "42840" as carried by a Hughes designed (Crab) ex-L.M.S 2-6-0 built at Horwich works in August 1930. Allocated to Newton Heath, Blackpool, Fleetwood and Stockport Edgeley, from where it was withdrawn in September 1964. Scrapped at the Central Wagon Co, Ince, Wigan 01/65.

Guide: £450-550


Category: Smokeboxes

191

C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "43028" as carried by an Ivatt designed 4MT 2-6-0 built at Horwich works in March 1949. Allocations included Sutton Oak, Tebay, Carlisle Upperby, Carlisle Canal, Heaton Mersey, Workington and Carlisle Kingmoor from where it was withdrawn in December1967. Cut up at Motherwell Machinery & Scrap Co Ltd, Wishaw, Glasgow 02/68. Painted black front and back with a BR weld to rear. Last time in auction 1993.

Guide: £300-400


Category: Smokeboxes
Lot Sold For: £400 (PB 471)

192

C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "51513" as carried by a Barton Wright/Aspinall designed ex-L.Y.R/L.M.S 0-6-0ST built by Beyer Peacock Ltd, Manchester in May 1881. Allocated mainly to Bolton shed it was withdrawn from there in May 1966. Cut up at Horwich works on an unknown date.

Guide: £500-600


Category: Smokeboxes

193

C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "63621" as carried by a Robinson designed ex-G.C.R/L.N.E.R Class 04/1 2-8-0 built at Gorton works in May 1914. Allocations include Gorton, Keadby, Doncaster, Mexborough, Langwith Jcn, Immingham and Sheffield Darnall from where it was withdrawn in September 1962. Cut up at Derby works 08/63.

Guide: £400-500


Category: Smokeboxes

194

C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "78024" as carried by a Riddles designed BR Standard Class 2 2-6-0 built at Darlington works in May 1954. Allocations included Sheffield Millhouses, Doncaster, Stratford, March, Darlington, Tweedmouth and Gorton from where it was withdrawn in 02/65. Cut up at Birds, Long Marston 11/65. Restored front and back.

Guide: £400-500


Category: Smokeboxes
Lot Sold For: £500 (PB 300)

195

C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "90151" as carried by a Robert Riddles designed WD Austerity 2-8-0 built by the North British Locomotive Co Ltd, Glasgow in June 1943 it was renumbered from 77164 in January 1945 to its latter BR number. Allocated mainly to New England throughout its working life it was withdrawn from here in May 1963. Cut up at Doncaster works 08/63. Ex loco front and back.

Guide: £400-500


Category: Smokeboxes
Lot Sold For: £500 (PB 111)

196

C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "92161" as carried by a Riddles designed BR Standard 9F 2-10-0 built at Crewe works 12/57. Allocations included Westhouses, Newton Heath and Carlisle Kingmoor from where it was withdrawn in December 1966. Cut up at Motherwell Machinery & Scrap Co Ltd, Inslow works, Wishaw, Glasgow 02/67. Ex Loco front and back.

Guide: £600-700


Category: Smokeboxes
Lot Sold For: £800 (PB 606)

197

Please note that all of our Shed Plates are guaranteed to be genuine. C/I Shed Plate "1A" WILLESDEN. Unrestored.

Guide: £120-150


Category: Shedcodes
Lot Sold For: £250 (PB 510)

198

C/I Shed Plate "1E" BLETCHLEY. Unrestored.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Shedcodes

199

C/I Shed Plate "5A" CREWE NORTH. Restored.

Guide: £120-150


Category: Shedcodes

200

C/I Shed Plate "5D" STOKE. Unrestored.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Shedcodes
Lot Sold For: £340 (PB 461)

201

C/I Shed Plate "6G" LLANDUDNO JUNCTION. Unrestored.

Guide: £150-250


Category: Shedcodes
Lot Sold For: £340 (PB 463)

202

C/I Shed Plate "8H"ALLERTON. Unrestored.

Guide: £120-150


Category: Shedcodes

203

C/I Shed Plate "9A" LONGSIGHT. Restored.

Guide: £120-150


Category: Shedcodes
Lot Sold For: £200 (PB 2)

204

C/I Shed Plate "10A" WIGAN. Restored a long time ago.

Guide: £120-150


Category: Shedcodes

205

C/I Shed Plate "15C" LEICESTER. Restored a long time ago.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Shedcodes

206

C/I Shed Plate "15D" BEDFORD. Unrestored.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Shedcodes
Lot Sold For: £500 (PB 208)

207

C/I Shed Plate "22B" GLOUCESTER. Unrestored.

Guide: £250-400


Category: Shedcodes
Lot Sold For: £700 (PB 208)

208

C/I Shed Plate "31B" MARCH. Restored a long time ago.

Guide: £120-150


Category: Shedcodes

209

C/I Shed Plate "56F" LOW MOOR. Unrestored.

Guide: £150-250


Category: Shedcodes
Lot Sold For: £270 (PB 2)

210

C/I Shed Plate "62C" DUNFERMLINE. Restored a long time ago

Guide: £120-150


Category: Shedcodes

211

C/I Shed Plate "70A" NINE ELMS. Restored a long time ago

Guide: £150-250


Category: Shedcodes
Lot Sold For: £150 (PB 485)

212

C/I Shed Plate "70C" GUILDFORD. Restored a long time ago.

Guide: £250-300


Category: Shedcodes
Lot Sold For: £650 (PB 320)

213

C/I Shed Plate "70E" READING (SR). Unrestored.

Guide: £250-300


Category: Shedcodes
Lot Sold For: £300 (PB 70)

214

C/I Shed Plate "72A" EXMOUTH JUNCTION. Unrestored.

Guide: £150-250


Category: Shedcodes
Lot Sold For: £220 (PB 454)

215

C/I Shed Plate "82C" SWINDON. Restored a long time ago.

Guide: £150-250


Category: Shedcodes
Lot Sold For: £200 (PB 595)

216

Alloy Shedcode Plate 84A “PLYMOUTH LAIRA”. As commonly carried by Western Hydraulic locomotives.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Shedcodes

217

C/I Shed Plate "85B" GLOUCESTER, HORTON ROAD. Painted a long time ago.

Guide: £250-350


Category: Shedcodes
Lot Sold For: £300 (PB 595)

218

C/I Shed Plate "86E" SEVERN TUNNEL JUNCTION. Unrestored. Damage to bottom rim.

Guide: £120-150


Category: Shedcodes
Lot Sold For: £150 (PB 595)

219

C/I Shed Plate "SC" Self-cleaning. Restored.

Guide: £100-150


Category: Shedcodes

220

Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "SOUTHERN RAILWAY 1742". As fitted to an ex-SECR Wainwright D class 4-4-0 and rebuilt as a D1 under Maunsell. The loco was scrapped prior to nationalisation. Ex-loco condition.

Guide: £600-800


Category: Worksplates (Steam)

221

Brass Oval L.N.E.R 9x5 Locomotive Worksplate "LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY 4150 -1947". As fitted to an ex-GNR J4 0-6-0 locomotive. In 1948 it was allocated the number 64150 but this was not taken up and it was condemned in June 1951 as 4150, having been in service for 51 years.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Worksplates (Steam)
Lot Sold For: £150 (PB 485)

222

Brass Steam Locomotive Worksplate "SIR W.G ARMSTRONG WHITWORTH & CO (ENGINEERS) LTD, SCOYSWOOD WORKS, NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE, No. 1465, 1937." Front and back ex-loco condition.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Worksplates (Steam)
Lot Sold For: £180 (PB 300)

223

Brass Steam Locomotive Diamond Worksplate "NORTH BRITISH LOCOMOTIVE COMPANY Ltd GLASGOW No. 25077, 1943." As carried by a 2-10-0 WD. Front and back ex-loco condition.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Worksplates (Steam)
Lot Sold For: £220 (PB 300)

224

Brass Oval Steam Locomotive Worksplate "KERR STUART & CO LTD No. 4368-1926 LONDON & STOKE". From an LMS 0-6-0 class 4F, later class 4 No. 4340. Became BR No. 44340 from November 1948. Withdrawn 12/62 from Stoke. Cleaned front and back. "44340" written on rear.

Guide: £300-400


Category: Worksplates (Steam)

225

Cast Alloy Diesel Locomotive Owner's Plate "THIS LOCOMOTIVE IS THE PROPERTY OF TRANSRAIL FREIGHT LTD." As carried by Class 37 37421 "The Kingsman". New in 1965 as D6967. Latterly a Regional Railways locos. Ex-loco front and back, as fitted to the bottom of the nose section.

Guide: £400-600


Category: Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)

226

C/I Steam Locomotive Worksplate "BUILT 1951 SWINDON". From a 4-6-0 Std Class 4 in the range 75000-75015. Slight loss to bottom rim. Ex-loco condition front and back.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Worksplates (Steam)

227

C/I Steam Locomotive Worksplate "BUILT 1954 DERBY". From a 2-6-0 Std Class 4 in the range 76035-76044. Restored face, rear Ex-loco condition.

Guide: £120-180


Category: Worksplates (Steam)

228

Brass Industrial Locomotive Worksplate "ANDREW BARCLAY SONS & Co., CALEDONIA WORKS, KILMARNOCK No 1977 - 1929". As carried by a standard gauge 0-4-0ST. New to Park Gate Iron & Steel Co. Ltd. 09/29 and numbered PARK GATE No. 16. The internal rail system was dieselised in the late 1950s. Front repainted.

Guide: £150-250


Category: Worksplates (Industrial)
Lot Sold For: £200 (PB 230)

229

Brass Industrial Locomotive Worksplate "AVONSIDE ENGINE CO LTD, BRISTOL, ENGINE No. 1825, BUILT 1919". Front repainted.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Worksplates (Industrial)

230

Brass Industrial Locomotive Worksplate "W&G BAGNALL, STAFFORD, ENGLAND No. 3059, 1953". Loco is preserved at the Foxfield Steam Railway and named "Florence No. 2".

Guide: £100-150


Category: Worksplates (Industrial)
Lot Sold For: £900 (PB 315)

231

Brass Industrial Locomotive Worksplate "R & W HAWTHORN, LESLIE & CO LTD, NEWCASTLE ON TYNE No. 3829, 1934". From an 0-4-0 Fireless locomotive that worked at Northampton Power Station until at least 1967.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Worksplates (Industrial)
Lot Sold For: £650 (PB 588)

232

Brass Oval Industrial Locomotive Worksplate "ANDREW BARCLAY SONS & CO LTD, CALEDONIA WORKS, KILMARNOCK No. 2088, 1940." As carried by a standard gauge 0-4-0ST, new to Edmondson's Electricity Corporation Ltd for Little Barford Power Station, Bedfordshire and named 'Sir Thomas Royden'. Preserved at 'Rocks by Rail' Rutland Railway Museum.

Guide: £150-250


Category: Worksplates (Industrial)

233

Brass Industrial Locomotive Worksplate "W&G BAGNALL LTD ENGINEERS, STAFFORD, ENGLAND No. 1634". From an ex-North Staffordshire Railway 3ft 6in gauge 0-4-0ST named 'Bobs', built in 1901 for use at Caldon Low Quarries in Staffordshire. Withdrawn 5/36 on closure of quarries and subsequently scrapped. Ex-loco condition, ex Keith Buckle Collection.

Guide: £300-400


Category: Worksplates (Industrial)
Lot Sold For: £620 (PB 587)

234

Brass Industrial Locomotive Worksplate "JOHN FOWLER No. 4210082 - 1953". As fitted to a standard gauge 0-4-0 diesel new in February 1953 to the Royal Ordnance Factory, Huntspill, Somerset.

Guide: £100-150


Category: Worksplates (Industrial)
Lot Sold For: £150 (PB 213)

235

Brass Industrial Locomotive Worksplate "W&G BAGNALL LTD ENGINEERS, STAFFORD, ENGLAND No. 2565". From an 0-4-0ST locomotive built in 1936. It worked at the Central Electricity Generating Board in Northampton at Hardingstone Road Power Station. Sold privately for preservation and stored at Witney, Oxfordshire, then Stephen's Green Farm, Milton, Pembrokeshire and stored for 14 years. Current owner finished restoration in 2014 and after a brief spell on the Northampton & Lamport Rly it moved to the Mid-Suffolk Rly the same year and still based there.

Guide: £100-150


Category: Worksplates (Industrial)
Lot Sold For: £550 (PB 588)

236

Brass Industrial Locomotive Worksplate "ANDREW BARCLAY No. 1081, 1909". From a standard gauge 0-4-0ST dispatched on 30/7/09 to John Player & Sons Ltd, Clydach (who were tinplate manufacturers) and named 'Leaf'. Preserved at Kidwelly Industrial Museum.

Guide: £180-250


Category: Worksplates (Industrial)

237

Brass Industrial Locomotive Worksplate "ANDREW BARCLAY No. 2143, 1942". From a standard gauge 0-4-0ST dispatched on 28/8/42 to Richard Thomas & Co Ltd, London for Blisworth Quarries, Northampton and named "Blisworth No. 1". Ex-loco condition.

Guide: £180-250


Category: Worksplates (Industrial)

238

Brass Industrial Locomotive Worksplate "ANDREW BARCLAY No. 2144, 1942" from a standard gauge 0-4-0ST, new to Park Gate Iron & Steel Co Ltd, Rotherham as their No. 3. Front painted, rear ex-loco.

Guide: £180-250


Category: Worksplates (Industrial)

239

Brass Steam Locomotive Tender Plate "G.W.R 2731 4000 GALLONS SWINDON". Face repainted.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Tender Plates
Lot Sold For: £200 (PB 225)

240

Brass Steam Locomotive Tender Plate "B.R-E 61128 1946". Ex-loco condition.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Tender Plates

241

Brass Steam Locomotive Tender Plate "WATER CAPACITY 1200 GALLONS". Ex-loco condition.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Tender Plates

242

Pair of G.W.R locomotive brass whistles.

Guide: £300-400


Category: Loco Whistles

243

Brass L.M.S Steam Locomotive Hooter. As carried by 8F No. 48513. Ex-loco condition.

Guide: £120-150


Category: Loco Whistles

244

C/I Regulator Handle, ex G.W.R No. 6026 "KING JOHN", built at Swindon works in July 1930.

Guide: £300-500


Category: Loco
Lot Sold For: £500 (PB 80)

245

G.W.R Brass Duplex Vacuum Gauge for Train Pipe Reservoir. Ex-service condition. 6in diameter.

Guide: £60-100


Category: Loco

246

C/I Fully Titled Sign "STRATFORD -UPON-AVON & MIDLAND JUNCTION RAILWAY BEWARE OF TRAINS. TRESSPASSERS WILL BE PROSECUTED. BY ORDER". Face restored.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Cast Iron Signs
Lot Sold For: £200 (PB 638)

247

A steam Pressure Gauge showing lbs per sq in. Industrial use. 7in diameter. Ex-service condition.

Guide: £30-50


Category: Loco

248

Brass Locomotive Cabside Number Plate "SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAYS 2105 12AR". Ex-loco condition.

Guide: £300-400


Category: Cabsides (Overseas)

249

Brass Locomotive Cabside Number Plate "SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAYS 3092 15F". Ex-loco condition.

Guide: £250-400


Category: Cabsides (Overseas)

250

A Live Steam 3 1/2in gauge Black 5 locomotive No. 45157 "THE GLASGOW HIGHLANDER". Fully Working Order c/w with boiler certificate. Both locomotive and tender come in two bespoke boxes with lids and carrying handles for ease of transportation. A superb miniature scale locomotive.

Guide: £3000-5000


Category: Live Steam Locos (3 1/2" Gauge)

251

Alloy/Steel Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "THE ROYAL WARWICKSHIRE FUSILIERS" together with a replacement resin badge. As carried by Class 45 'Peak' D59/45104. New to 17A Derby 02/62. Loco named at Birmingham Snow Hill station on 22/5/64 by Major General R.C MacDonal, Colonel of Regiment, and carried until withdrawal from Tinsley 04/88. Cut up at M.C Metal Processing, Glasgow 02/92. Front and back in ex-loco condition.

Guide: £10000-15000


Category: Nameplates (Diesel and Electric)
Lot Sold For: £11400 (PB 226)

252

Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "TRYFAN". As carried by Class 44 Peak D10/44010. New to 1B Camden 02/60 and named from new. This is a resin replacement plate fitted in the 1970s to replace the missing aluminium original. Withdrawn 05/77 and cut up at Derby Works 07/78. Cast resin on a steel back plate. Front restored, Back ex-loco. A rare opportunity to acquire one of the first batch of ten named Class 44 Peaks.

Guide: £8000-10000


Category: Nameplates (Diesel and Electric)
Lot Sold For: £9500 (PB 202)

253

Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "SUPERB". As carried by Class 43 Warship D849. New to 83D Plymouth Laira 05/61. Named from new until withdrawal 05/71. Cut up at Swindon Works 07/72. Front restored, back ex-loco.

Guide: £10000-15000


Category: Nameplates (Diesel and Electric)

254

Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive Nameplate Set "WESTERN QUEEN" together with matching cabside numberplate. As carried by Class 52 D1040. New to 81A Old Oak Common 09/62. Named from new until withdrawal on 27/02/76. Cut up at Swindon Works 08/76.

Guide: £15000-20000


Category: Nameplates (Diesel and Electric)

255

Electric Locomotive Nameplate "NORTHAMPTON TOWN". As carried by Class 86 86401. New to ACL 01/66 as E3199, later 86001. Loco named at Northampton station on 13/5/89 to mark the refurbishment of Northampton station and the 800th anniversary of the Royal Charter being awarded to the town. The nameplates were removed 11/91 at BRML Doncaster Works. The loco was rechristened Northampton Town at the Crewe Works Open Day in 2005. 86401 has also been named 'Hertfordshire Rail Tours' (10/98-12/02) and 'Mons Meg' (06/15). Now operated by West Coast Railway Co. Size 6ft 2in x 10in.

This is a carried plate from the second set, upon rechristening, that were fitted between 2005 and 2015.The nameplate is in clean condition on the front and ex-loco to the rear. Note: The first two plates are already accounted for elsewhere.


Guide: £1500-2000


Category: Nameplates (Diesel and Electric)
Lot Sold For: £1000 (PB 249)

256

Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "HITHER GREEN DEPOT". As carried by Class 58 58021. New to TO Toton 12/84. Named at Hither Green Depot staff open day 28/10/95. Exported to France on hire to Fertis Rail 07/05-11/06. Returned to the UK when nameplates were removed and loco withdrawn 11/06. Cast aluminium in ex-loco condition.

Guide: £3000-4000


Category: Nameplates (Diesel and Electric)
Lot Sold For: £3200 (PB 230)

257

Diesel Locomotive Nameplate "SAINT AIDAN". As carried by Class 47 47535. New to 86A Cardiff Canton 01/65 as D1649. Named at Sheffield station 15/9/95. Nameplates removed 07/97. Previously named 'University of Leicester'. Loco withdrawn 02/99 and cut up by staff of HNRC at EWS Old Oak Common 04/04. Ex-loco condition.

Guide: £1000-1500


Category: Nameplates (Diesel and Electric)

258

Brass Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "THE ENGLISH ELECTRIC Co. Ltd. ROBERT STEPHENSON & HAWTHORNS LTD LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, ENGLAND, No. 2858/8153-1961" As carried by Class 40 D373/40123. New to 5A Crewe North 05/61 and withdrawn from HA Haymarket 07/80. Moved to Crewe works 08/80 and cut up there 02/83. Only twenty Class 40s were built at Robert Stephenson & Hawthorns. Front repainted, back ex-loco.

Guide: £600-800


Category: Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)
Lot Sold For: £900 (PB 350)

259

Cast Iron Oval Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "BUILT DERBY 1953". As carried by a Class 08 shunter in the number range D3015-D3039 becoming 08008-08027. Front repainted, back ex-loco with a repair around right hand bolt hole.

Guide: £80-120


Category: Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)

260

Alloy Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "NORTH BRITISH LOCOMOTIVE Co. Ltd., THE GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY Ltd., No. 27945 - 1960" As carried by Class 21 D6141. New to 61A Kittybrewster 03/60, it was stored at Perth shed 08/67 until 07/68 and officially withdrawn 30/12/67. Sold to J. McWilliam, Shettleston, Glasgow and cut up 08/68. Front repainted, back ex-loco.

Guide: £500-700


Category: Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)

261

Alloy Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "BRITISH RAILWAYS DERBY BUILT 1964". From Class 25 No. D7507/25155. Face restored, rear ex-loco.

Guide: £400-600


Category: Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)
Lot Sold For: £450 (PB 595)

262

Electric Locomotive Worksplate "No. 1050 GORTON 1952" As carried by Class 76 E26043/76043. New to 36B Mexborough (Wath) 05/52. Withdrawn from RS Reddish 06/78 and remained there as a grounded body for five years until moved to C F Booth, Rotherham and cut up 02/84. Engraved brass, just face cleaned.

Guide: £1000-1500


Category: Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)
Lot Sold For: £1500 (PB 309)

263

Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "THE DREWRY CAR Co. Ltd. CITY WALL HOUSE, LONDON E.C.2, LOCO No. 2663-1960" As carried by Class 04 shunter D2286. New to 75A Brighton 03/60. Withdrawn from 73C Hither Green 05/68 and cut up on site at Fratton depot by staff of Pounds Shipbreakers, Portsmouth 07/69. Oval cast brass, just face cleaned.

Guide: £200-300


Category: Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)
Lot Sold For: £250 (PB 261)

264

Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "BRUSH SULZER No. 664 - 1965". As carried by Class 47 D1902/47226/47384/47226. New to 86A Cardiff Canton 10/65. Withdrawn from BS Bescot 02/99 and cut up by European Metal Processing, Kingsbury 04/08. Oval alloy, face cleaned.

Guide: £300-500


Category: Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)
Lot Sold For: £550 (PB 309)

265

Diesel Locomotive Cab Plate "BUILT BY THE BIRMINGHAM RAILWAY CARRIAGE & WAGON Co. Ltd. SMETHWICK, ENGLAND 1958, SERIAL No. DEL 64" As carried by Class 26 D5319/26019. New to 34B Hornsey 03/59. Withdrawn from HA Haymarket 03/85. Moved to Thornton Junction 04/87 and cut up on site by staff of Vic Berry 06/87 with the cabs going to Berry's Leicester yard for disposal. Cast brass, size 4in x 3in and in ex-loco condition.

Guide: £200-300


Category: Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)
Lot Sold For: £420 (PB 137)

266

Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "BUILT 1959 DARLINGTON". As carried by Class 09 shunter D3720/09009. New to 73C Hither Green 04/59. Named 'Three Bridges CED' from 08/90 to 05/10. Still in service and currently operated by GB Railfreight. Oval cast iron in front and back restored condition.

Guide: £100-150


Category: Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)
Lot Sold For: £180 (PB 595)

267

Brass Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "THE ENGLISH ELECTRIC Co. Ltd. ROBERT STEPHENSON & HAWTHORNS LTD LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, ENGLAND, No. 2977/8229-1961" As carried by Class 20 D8071/20071. New to 65A Eastfield 07/61 and withdrawn from TO Toton 07/92. Moved to Falkland Junction, Ayr 09/93 and then to MC Metal Processing, Springburn Works, Glasgow and cut up 03/95. Ex-loco condition front and back.

Guide: £500-600


Category: Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)
Lot Sold For: £900 (PB 309)

268

Electro Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "THE ENGLISH ELECTRIC Co. Ltd. VULCAN WORKS, NEWTON-LE-WILLOWS, ENGLAND, No. 3573/E343- 1965" As carried by Class 73 E6011/73105. New to 75D Stewarts Lane 12/65. Named 'Quadrant' 11/87 to 08/89. Withdrawn from HG Hither Green 02/00. Sold for preservation to The Battlefield Line and then resold to FM Rail and then Nemesis Rail 07/13. Sold again to GB Railfreight and converted to 73/9 73969 for Caledonian Sleeper work. Chromed brass with face ex-loco with traces of BR blue paint still in the lettering.

Guide: £500-600


Category: Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)
Lot Sold For: £900 (PB 121)

269

Electro Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "THE ENGLISH ELECTRIC Co. Ltd. VULCAN WORKS, NEWTON-LE-WILLOWS, ENGLAND. No. 3716/E376-1966" As carried by Class 73 E6044/73137/73202. New to 75D Stewarts Lane 09/66. Named 'Royal Observer Corps' 10/85 to 07/99, 'Dave Berry' 07/05 to 12/13 and 'Graham Stenning' 12/15 to date. Currently owned by Porterbrook and leased to Govia Southern/Gatwick Express. Alloy in ex-loco condition.

Guide: £500-600


Category: Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)
Lot Sold For: £1000 (PB 707)

270

Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "BRUSH TRACTION, ENGLAND No. 244 1960". As carried by Class 31 D5644/31219. New to 34G Finsbury Park 08/60 and withdrawn from TO Toton 01/95. Cut up by TJ Thomson, Stockton 06/03. Oval alloy in face cleaned condition.

Guide: £300-500


Category: Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)
Lot Sold For: £650 (PB 230)

271

Collection of 19 Locomotive Driver's internal cab instruction plates, ex- D5831/31287. Mounted on board.

Guide: £60-100


Category: Modern Traction Items

272

Electric Locomotive Cabside Numerals 'E 3161', mounted on board.

Guide: £300-500


Category: Modern Traction Items

273

Fibre Replacement Cab Plate from Class 33 D6510, later becoming 33010. As removed Condition.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Modern Traction Items
Lot Sold For: £300 (PB 122)

274

Fibre Replacement Cab Plate from Class 33 D6540, later becoming 33022. As removed Condition.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Modern Traction Items
Lot Sold For: £180 (PB 4)

275

Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "GM LOCOMOTIVE GROUP, MANUFACTURED AT LONDON, CANADA, SERIAL 968702-238, 05/00". As carried by Class 66 66238. Arrived at Newport Docks 05/00 and allocated to TO Toton 06/00 with EWS. Loco is still in service with GB Railfreight as 66788 and named 'Locomotion 15'. Ex-loco condition.

Guide: £300-400


Category: Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)

276

Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "BRITISH RAILWAYS CREWE BUILT 1965, POWER EQUIPMENT BY BRUSH ELECTRICAL COMPANY LTD AND SULZER". As carried by a Class 47 in the number range D1462-D1681 (47058-47095), D1842-D1861 (47192-47211), D1962-D1983 (47262-47281). Rectangular alloy in ex-loco condition.

Guide: £400-500


Category: Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)

277

Diesel Hydraulic Bogie Plate "BUILT 1961 BOGIE No. 1000/17 SWINDON WORKS". Originally fitted to Class 52 D1008 "WESTERN HARRIER". Oval cast brass in lightly cleaned condition.

Guide: £100-200


Category: Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)
Lot Sold For: £100 (PB 453)

278

Electric Locomotive Worksplate "BRUSH TRACTION LOCOMOTIVE No. 1099 1995". As carried by Class 92 92042. First allocated to CE Crewe Electric 11/95 with European Passenger Services. Named 'Honegger' from new until 06/11. Still in service with DB Cargo UK. Rectangular alloy in ex-loco condition.

Guide: £600-1000


Category: Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)
Lot Sold For: £700 (PB 183)

279

Alloy Oval Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "MANUFACTURED AT CREWE BREL LIMITED 1989". As carried by a Class 90 90136. Ex-loco front and back.

Guide: £800-1000


Category: Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)
Lot Sold For: £900 (PB 52)

280

Alloy Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "BUILT BY BRITISH RAIL ENGINEERING LIMITED CREWE WORKS 1983" As carried by Class 56 56118. Stamped 56118 to rear.

Guide: £400-500


Category: Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)
Lot Sold For: £400 (PB 249)

281

Chromed Brass Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "THE ENGLISH ELECTRIC Co. Ltd. VULCAN WORKS, NEWTON-LE-WILLOWS, ENGLAND. No. 2763/D488-1959". As carried by Class 20 locomotive D8041/20041/20904. New to 32A Norwich 11/59. Withdrawn from TO Toton 11/88 and sold to Hunslet Barclay, Kilmarnock for further use as a weedkilling loco. Named 'Janis' 05/89 to 10/98. Withdrawn again from KM Carlisle Kingmoor and sold to DRS and then HNRC and stored at various locations.

Guide: £500-600


Category: Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)

282

Chromed Brass Electro Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "THE ENGLISH ELECTRIC Co. Ltd. VULCAN WORKS, NEWTON-LE-WILLOWS, ENGLAND. No. 3423/D881-1963" As carried by Class 37 D6937/ 37237/37893. New to 86A Cardiff Canton 05/64. To store 01/01 and allocated to special projects and left UK for Italy on 27/7/01 on hire to Italian/Spanish operator CEAV until returning 1/3/03. Stored at Toton until moved to Allelly's yard at Studley 09/07. Sold for scrapping but resold for preservation which failed and loco sold to Ron Hull Jnr, Rotherham 10/10 and cut up 04/12. Ex-loco condition.

Guide: £600-800


Category: Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)
Lot Sold For: £1100 (PB 309)

283

Chromed Brass Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "THE ENGLISH ELECTRIC Co. Ltd. VULCAN WORKS, NEWTON-LE-WILLOWS, ENGLAND. No. 3324/D823-1963" As carried by Class 37 D6849/ 37149/37892. New to 88A Cardiff Canton 06/63. Named 'Ripple Lane' from 10/87 until 11/99. Withdrawn from Cardiff Canton 12/98 and sold to EMR, Kingsbury 12/07 and broken up 01/08. Front repainted, back ex-loco.

Guide: £600-800


Category: Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)
Lot Sold For: £700 (PB 119)

284

C/I Diesel Locomotive Worksplate "BUILT 1955 DARLINGTON". As carried by a Class 08 0-6-0 shunter of that year build. Restored face, rear Ex-loco condition.

Guide: £80-150


Category: Worksplates (Diesel and Electric)
Lot Sold For: £150 (PB 595)

285

Alloy Industrial Diesel Worksplate "BRITISH STEEL CORPORATION No. 311 WORKINGTON WORKS". As removed. Good Condition.

Guide: £60-100


Category: Worksplates (Industrial)

286

Alloy Industrial Diesel Worksplate "BRITISH STEEL CORPORATION No. 314 WORKINGTON WORKS". As removed. Good Condition.

Guide: £60-100


Category: Worksplates (Industrial)
Lot Sold For: £100 (PB 588)

287

A wooden painted Locomotive Cab Plate "MAXIMUM SPEED 100 MPH". Ex-84008.

Guide: £200-300


Category: Modern Traction Items
Lot Sold For: £300 (PB 4)

288

B.R. (S) Wooden Platform Fingerboard "SOUTHAMPTON CENTRAL, WINCHESTER & WATERLOO REFRESHMENT CAR". Ex-Bournemouth station. Distressed condition.

Guide: £30-50


Category: Fingerboards

289

B.R. (S) Wooden Platform Fingerboard "RETURN BATH & BRISTOL EXCURSION" "BATH, BRISTOL, NORTH & WEST OF ENGLAND". Ex-Bournemouth station. Distressed condition.

Guide: £30-50


Category: Fingerboards
Lot Sold For: £50 (PB 211)

290

B.R. (S) Wooden Platform Fingerboard "EASTBOURNE PULLMAN Pullman cars only SUPPLEMENTARY FARES First Class 3/-, Second Class 2/-." Note: The Eastbourne Pullman was an E.M.U service from London Victoria to Eastbourne that ran on summer Sundays only between 1950 and 1957.

Guide: £200-300


Category: Fingerboards
Lot Sold For: £310 (PB 10)

291

Alloy vintage Road Sign "NO ENTRY" roundel. All white fruit gum glass reflectors present in letters and all red fruit gum glass reflectors present to border. Large size at 28in diameter. Ex-service condition.

Guide: £80-120


Category: Highway
Lot Sold For: £200 (PB 562)

292

Alloy vintage Road Sign "MAX SPEED LIMIT" roundel. All white fruit gum glass reflectors present. Size 18in diameter. Ex-service condition.

Guide: £60-80


Category: Highway
Lot Sold For: £100 (PB 562)

293

Alloy Street Nameplate "RINGWOOD ROAD". Ex-service condition.

Guide: £50-60


Category: Highway

294

Enamel Street Nameplate "GT. WESTERN ROAD W11, CITY OF WESTMINSTER". Excellent Condition.

Guide: £500-700


Category: Highway

295

Enamel Advertising Sign "LYONS TEA". Excellent Condition. Size 27in x 7in.

Guide: £100-150


Category: Advertising
Lot Sold For: £140 (PB 406)

296

Enamel Advertising Sign "NUT BROWN TOBACCO". Excellent Condition. Size 2ft wide and manufactured elliptically.

Guide: £120-180


Category: Advertising
Lot Sold For: £240 (PB 49)

297

BR (Sc) Poster "THE FIRTH OF CLYDE" featuring steamers and lighthouse. D/R size, framed and glazed and good clean condition with no foxing.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Posters

298

A pair of Hamilton Ellis Carriage Prints: 'Travel in 1865 West Coast Express hauled by Large Bloomer No. 607 leaving Shugborough Tunnel' and 'Travel in 1915 North Staffs Rly train entering Stone Junction. The latter has backing board with photo of Port Erin, IoM. Unsecured.

Guide: £40-60


Category: Carriage Prints

299

L.M.S Smith manufactured Eight-Day Clock No. 16444. bakelite surround with Arabic numerals. In full working order.

Guide: £250-300


Category: Clocks and Watches
Lot Sold For: £550 (PB 3)

300

Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway double line absolute block instrument. Mahogany case with mechanical 'Train Waiting' indicator. Excellent Condition with good clean dials.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Signalling Equipment
Lot Sold For: £310 (PB 297)

301

Southern Railway Standard Block Instrument by Sykes. Light mahogany case with top indicator and enamel 'Up Line' and 'Down Line' plates.

Guide: £200-250


Category: Signalling Equipment
Lot Sold For: £200 (PB 25)

302

London & North Western Railway Fletchers 'Tell Tale' double line permissive block instrument. Mahogany case in good condition with under slung small bell, lock and key.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Signalling Equipment
Lot Sold For: £200 (PB 582)

303

London & North Western Railway Fletchers double line absolute block instrument. Mahogany case with under slung small bell, case and dial plate in excellent condition.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Signalling Equipment
Lot Sold For: £200 (PB 582)

304

Midland Railway Rotary Block Instrument. Dark mahogany case in excellent condition. Complete with all brass plates and intact 'Line Clear Release'seal and label. Redundant 'Train Waiting' lamp removed and neatly blanked off with small brass .

Guide: £180-250


Category: Signalling Equipment
Lot Sold For: £150 (PB 39)

305

Great Western Railway 1947 Pegging permissive block instrument in mahogany case.

Guide: £120-180


Category: Signalling Equipment
Lot Sold For: £140 (PB 454)

306

Great Western Railway Spagnoletti standard double line block instrument. A late pattern in mahogany case with all original flaps and buttons.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Signalling Equipment
Lot Sold For: £150 (PB 39)

307

Midland Railway mahogany cased pegging block instrument. Good condition with brass fittings and enamel faceplate.

Guide: £100-150


Category: Signalling Equipment
Lot Sold For: £120 (PB 39)

308

North Eastern Railway Tyer's Patent 'tell-tale' permissive block instrument. Sloping front mahogany case in excellent condition and a good clean dial. A particularly nice, original example.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Signalling Equipment
Lot Sold For: £150 (PB 39)

309

London & North Eastern Railway standard double line absolute block instrument with Tyer's pattern rotary commutator. Complete and in excellent condition.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Signalling Equipment
Lot Sold For: £150 (PB 39)

310

London & North Eastern Railway standard double line absolute block instrument with Tyer's pattern rotary commutator. Complete and in excellent condition.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Signalling Equipment

311

Southern Railway Sykes Lock & Block lever lock indicator in mahogany case. Dial reads ཝ Locked/Free to Leigham Junction' so from either Balham Jct, West Norwood Jcn or Tulse Hill signal box. Neatly mounted on wooden plinth to support the operating rods.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Signalling Equipment
Lot Sold For: £200 (PB 25)

312

Great Central Railway single-needle pegging block instrument in light mahogany case. Excellent condition with indicator dial marked with the company initials.

Guide: £100-150


Category: Signalling Equipment
Lot Sold For: £120 (PB 39)

313

Midland Railway mahogany cased pegging block instrument. Good condition with nickel plated brass fittings and enamel faceplate with UpLine ivorine plate.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Signalling Equipment
Lot Sold For: £150 (PB 39)

314

Great Western Railway 1947 pattern double line absolute block instrument in dark mahogany case. Excellent condition and complete with reminder flaps, etc.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Signalling Equipment
Lot Sold For: £150 (PB 39)

315

Midland Railway/LMS pattern switching-out box, complete with lockable, polished mahogany outer case.

Guide: £80-120


Category: Signalling Equipment

316

Tyer's mahogany cased tapperless block bell as used with single line tablet instruments. Case in excellent condition with attractive small brass dome and all original fittings.

Guide: £120-150


Category: Signalling Equipment
Lot Sold For: £120 (PB 39)

317

Great Northern Railway mahogany cased keyed block bell with under slung bell dome.

Guide: £60-100


Category: Signalling Equipment

318

North Eastern Railway split-case block bell. Mahogany case all complete and with large brass bell-dome.

Guide: £120-150


Category: Signalling Equipment
Lot Sold For: £200 (PB 386)

319

North Eastern Railway split-case block bell. Mahogany case all complete and with attractive ribbed pattern small brass church dome.

Guide: £120-150


Category: Signalling Equipment
Lot Sold For: £130 (PB 39)

320

Great Western Railway tapper block bell. Late Thompson's pattern in oak case with cruciform support and nickel plated cowbell. Quite an unusual design.

Guide: £120-150


Category: Signalling Equipment
Lot Sold For: £120 (PB 39)

321

BR standard 'Penguin' pattern combined absolute block instrument and bell in black and white Bakelite case. Beattock North on label. Down Line at top.

Guide: £60-100


Category: Signalling Equipment
Lot Sold For: £230 (PB 582)

322

BR standard 'Penguin' pattern combined absolute block instrument and bell in black and white Bakelite case.

Guide: £60-100


Category: Signalling Equipment
Lot Sold For: £230 (PB 582)

323

Brass Single Line Key Token "TULLOCH - SPEAN BRIDGE 11". Ex-service condition.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Single Line Key Tokens
Lot Sold For: £180 (PB 230)

324

Brass Single Line Key Token "ARROCHAR - GLEN DOUGLAS 27". Ex-service condition.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Single Line Key Tokens
Lot Sold For: £250 (PB 448)

325

Brass Single Line Key Token "ARDLUI - ARROCHAR 13". Ex-service condition.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Single Line Key Tokens
Lot Sold For: £250 (PB 448)

326

Alloy East Kent Light Railway Single Line Key Token "SHEPHERDS WELL - TILMANSTONE 5". Ex-service condition.

Guide: £200-300


Category: Single Line Key Tokens
Lot Sold For: £300 (PB 684)

327

East Kent Light Railway single line staff, brass labelled "EYTHORNE TO EASTY JUNC". Ex-service condition.

Guide: £300-400


Category: Single Line Staffs
Lot Sold For: £350 (PB 684)

328

C/I Siding Annets Key marked 'H SIDING'.

Guide: £60-100


Category: Single Line Key Tokens
Lot Sold For: £100 (PB 684)

329

C/I LNWR Sign RHYBUDD. Welsh language. Restored face.

Guide: £80-120


Category: Cast Iron Signs
Lot Sold For: £240 (PB 595)

330

Signalling Diagram "DEGANWY". Framed and glazed. Size 40in x 20in.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Signalling Equipment
Lot Sold For: £200 (PB 463)

331

Signal Box Gradient Diagram Hanging Card "FENNY COMPTON TO LAPWORTH". Ex-service condition.

Guide: £40-60


Category: Signalling Equipment
Lot Sold For: £160 (PB 101)

332

A Collection of 13 plastic Signal Box Lever Description Plates.

Guide: £100-150


Category: Signalling Equipment

333

C/I GWR Ball Type Signal Post Finial.

Guide: £60-100


Category: Signal Finials
Lot Sold For: £100 (PB 807)

334

C/I Midland Railway Signal Post Finial.

Guide: £60-100


Category: Signal Finials
Lot Sold For: £100 (PB 595)

335

C/I Caledonian Railway Signal Post Finial.

Guide: £60-100


Category: Signal Finials
Lot Sold For: £100 (PB 595)

336

C/I L.S.W.R Signal Post Finial

Guide: £60-100


Category: Signal Finials
Lot Sold For: £360 (PB 807)

337

Isle of Man Railway Home Signal Arm in restored condition with 'I.M.R' and Worcester-based makers name embossed into the C/I spectacle plate. Uncommon item.

Guide: £100-150


Category: Signal Arms
Lot Sold For: £300 (PB 587)

338

Enamel Home Signal Arm Blade and Enamel Distant Signal Arm Blade.

Guide: £100-150


Category: Signal Arms

339

Small Timetable Poster 'Departures from Newsham BR (NE) 1964-65 with destinations to Blyth, Hartley, Newbiggin'. Size 13in x 20in. Clean condition.

Guide: £30-40


Category: Posters
Lot Sold For: £40 (PB 300)

340

LNER small timetable poster hanging card 'from Bedlington 1933'. Interestingly mounted to rear of track diagram from Barrington Signal Box. Worn condition.

Guide: £30-40


Category: Posters
Lot Sold For: £40 (PB 300)

341

Collection of Six B.R (W) Passenger Timetables covering the periods 1956/58/59/60/61/63. Fair condition.

Guide: £30-50


Category: Timetables

342

Collection of Seven B.R (W) Passenger Timetables (Paddington) covering the periods 1955/57/58/59/60/61/62. Fair condition.

Guide: £30-50


Category: Timetables

343

Collection of Five B.R (W) Passenger Timetables covering the periods 1956/57/62/63/64. Fair condition.

Guide: £30-50


Category: Timetables

344

Collection of Three B.R (NE) Passenger Timetables covering the periods 1960 and 9/62 to 6/63. Fair condition.

Guide: £20-40


Category: Timetables
Lot Sold For: £50 (PB 300)

345

One B.R (E) Passenger Timetables covering the periods 1962-63 and alterations booklet from 7/1/63. Fair condition.

Guide: £20-30


Category: Timetables

346

Collection of Eight B.R (M) Passenger Timetables covering the period 1958-1962. Fair condition.

Guide: £30-50


Category: Timetables
Lot Sold For: £60 (PB 273)

347

BR (M) three aspect Handlamp painted "LOCKERBIE STATION" to side casing. Complete with lenses, vessel and burner.

Guide: £60-80


Category: Lamps

348

North British Railway three aspect Handlamp. Stamped 'N.B.R' to side and "CADDE YARD". Complete with red/green lens, vessel and burner, in original condition.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Lamps
Lot Sold For: £150 (PB 29)

349

London & North Eastern Railway Kerosene Handlamp c/w lenses and LNER stamped vessel and LNER stamped burner, in original condition.

Guide: £50-80


Category: Lamps

350

North Eastern Railway Handlamp brass plated "NER" to side and engraved 'NER John Levick, Birmingham', c/w lenses, vessel and burner. Unpainted condition.

Guide: £80-100


Category: Lamps

351

LNER three aspect handlamp. Brass plated "LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY BOSTON PASS". Original condition c/w vessel and burner.

Guide: £80-120


Category: Lamps

352

BR(S) three-aspect handlamp. Original condition c/w vessel and burner.

Guide: £50-60


Category: Lamps

353

LMS copper three-aspect handlamp. Stamped LMS to side, along with plated "LMS 47472". Original condition c/w vessel and burner.

Guide: £60-80


Category: Lamps
Lot Sold For: £160 (PB 3)

354

A locomotive Headlamp of French origin. Superbly presented in restored condition with brass plate "ME 208". A lovely large lamp.

Guide: £100-200


Category: Lamps

355

N.S.R Brass Wagon Plate "NSR HIGHLY INFLAMMABLE No. 5". A scare North Staffs Rly plate. Face restored only. Size 8.2 x 5.2in.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Wagon Plates

356

Five x plastic Wagon Return plates - Northwich, Steetley Docoma Co Whitwell Quarry, Caldon Low, Frome Quarries, Barrow-in-Furness (Steel Works).

Guide: £30-50


Category: Wagon Plates

357

Five x plastic Wagon Empty/Return plates - Corby, Hope Earles Sidings, J. Crosfield & Co, Warrington, Penmaenmawr, Garston.

Guide: £30-50


Category: Wagon Plates

358

Five x plastic Wagon Empty/Return plates - Oakamoor, Southfield Siding Whitwell, Ditton Sleeper Depot L.N.W Section, Warrington (Robinson's Siding), Canada Dock.

Guide: £30-50


Category: Wagon Plates

359

N.E.R Tinplate Wagon Plate "WHEN EMPTY RETURN TO MICKLEFIELD COAL & LIME CO LTD, PECKFIELD AND LEDSTON COLLIERY SIDINGS, MICKLEFIELD (NEAR LEEDS) N.E.R". Ex-service condition. Size 6.5in x 3.5in.

Guide: £40-60


Category: Wagon Plates
Lot Sold For: £60 (PB 1)

360

C/I Wagonplate "GLOUCESTER RAILWAY CARRIAGE & WAGON CO LTD, BUILDERS, GLOUCESTER. Large 'G' shape. Ex-service condition.

Guide: £40-80


Category: Wagon Plates
Lot Sold For: £60 (PB 467)

361

C/I Wagonplate "CHAS ROBERTS & CO LTD, BUILDERS, WAKEFIELD 1933" Face repainted.

Guide: £40-60


Category: Wagon Plates

362

C/I Oval Carriage Plate "B.R (E) BUILDERS STRATFORD 1950". Ex-service condition.

Guide: £40-60


Category: Carriage Plates
Lot Sold For: £50 (PB 4)

363

Set of 3 C/I Crane Plates "NOT TO LIFT MORE THAN 30 CWT", "W No. 346" and "NOT TO EXCEED 30 CWT".

Guide: £40-60


Category: Wagon Plates
Lot Sold For: £100 (PB 595)

364

Pair of Esso Owners Plates "OWNERS ESSO PETROLEUM COMPANY, LIMITED, LONDON SW1 No. 2269." Face restored.

Guide: £20-40


Category: Wagon Plates

365

Lineside Notice "PASSENGERS ARE STRICTLY FORBIDDEN TO CROSS THE LINE, BY ORDER." Metal letters on wood. All original condition. Size 36in x 17in.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Cast Iron Signs

366

C/I L.N.E.R Fully Titled Notice "BEWARE OF THE TRAINS LOOK BOTH UP AND DOWN THE LINE BEFORE YOU CROSS". 021 pattern. Lettering on first three lines repainted.

Guide: £60-80


Category: Cast Iron Signs
Lot Sold For: £60 (PB 562)

367

C/I Sign "NO ADMITTANCE EXCEPT TO THOSE EMPLOYED IN THE LOCO DEPT". Unusual wording in ex-service condition.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Cast Iron Signs
Lot Sold For: £250 (PB 595)

368

C/I L.N.E.R Gate Notice "ANY PERSON WHO OMITS TO SHUT AND FASTEN THIS GATE IS LIABLE TO A PENALTY NOT EXCEEDING FORTY SHILLINGS". Unrestored Condition.

Guide: £40-60


Category: Cast Iron Signs

369

C/I M& G.N.R Notice "SHUT THIS GATE". Face repainted, rear ex-lineside.

Guide: £60-80


Category: Cast Iron Signs

370

C/I Cambrian Railways fully titled sign "NOTICE, ANY PERSON FOUND TRESPASSING ON THIS RAILWAY WILL BE PROSECUTED, BY ORDER." Face repainted.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Cast Iron Signs
Lot Sold For: £200 (PB 595)

371

C/I North British Railway fully titled sign "NOTICE, THIS BRIDGE IS INSUFFICIENT TO CARRY HEAVY MOTOR CARS, THE REGISTERED AXLE WEIGHT OF ANY AXLE OF WHICH EXCEEDS THREE TONS". Face repainted.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Cast Iron Signs

372

C/I L.M.S maker's plate "LMS ST. ROLLOX". Origin unclear, possibly a barrow plate or road transport.

Guide: £60-80


Category: Cast Iron Signs

373

C/I G.W.R fully titled Dual Language (Welsh) Trespass Notice. Face painted, rear ex-lineside. Size 2ft 3in x 18in.

Guide: £50-80


Category: Cast Iron Signs
Lot Sold For: £160 (PB 595)

374

C/I L.N.W.R fully titled Notice re shutting and fastening gate at an occupation crossing, 14 lines of text. Face painted, rear ex-lineside. Size 18in square.

Guide: £50-60


Category: Cast Iron Signs
Lot Sold For: £120 (PB 595)

375

C/I Great Central Railway sign "GREAT CENTRAL Ry. TRESPASSERS ON THIS PROPERTY WILL BE PROSECUTED." Face repainted. Size 20in x 12in.

Guide: £60-80


Category: Cast Iron Signs
Lot Sold For: £150 (PB 626)

376

C/I Sign "NOT DRINKING WATER". Face restored. Size 6in x 4in.

Guide: £30-40


Category: Cast Iron Signs
Lot Sold For: £40 (PB 1)

377

C/I Oval Sign "LMS TRACK CIRCUIT No 4626 SIGNAL & TELEGRAPH DEPARTMENT." Unrestored.

Guide: £30-40


Category: Cast Iron Signs

378

C/I Midland Railway Trespass Sign with ten lines of text. Dated July 1921. Carefully face restored condition.

Guide: £60-80


Category: Cast Iron Signs
Lot Sold For: £70 (PB 562)

379

C/I Oval Bridgeplate "LNWR 118". Ex-service condition with replacement first numeral '1'.

Guide: £40-60


Category: Bridge Plates

380

C/I Oval Bridgeplate "GNR 226". Ex-service condition.

Guide: £40-60


Category: Bridge Plates

381

C/I Oval Bridgeplate "LMS 120". Front repainted.

Guide: £40-60


Category: Bridge Plates

382

French Bus Route Tinplate Destination Board "GARE.DELILLE.JAUDE.GARE." Size 39in x 4in.

Guide: £30-50


Category: Bus/Tram/Trolleybus

383

French Bus Route Tinplate Destination Board "MONTFERRAND.(PLDELA FONTAINE). JAUDE.ROYAT.BOURG." Size 39in x 4in.

Guide: £30-50


Category: Bus/Tram/Trolleybus

384

French Bus Route Tinplate Destination Board "SUPPLEMENTAIRE." Size 39in x 4in.

Guide: £30-50


Category: Bus/Tram/Trolleybus

385

French Bus Route Tinplate Destination Board "MONTFERRAND-ROYAT." Size 39in x 4in.

Guide: £30-50


Category: Bus/Tram/Trolleybus

386

French Bus Route Tinplate Destination Board "MONTFERRAND-JAUDE-ROYAT." Size 39in x 4in.

Guide: £30-50


Category: Bus/Tram/Trolleybus

387

Board containing 15 mounted small plates of bus/motor interest.

Guide: £100-150


Category: Bus/Tram/Trolleybus
Lot Sold For: £300 (PB 598)

388

Derby Corporation Tramways Enamel Flag "CARS STOP HERE BY REQUEST". Double Sided in ex-service condition.

Guide: £300-500


Category: Bus/Tram/Trolleybus
Lot Sold For: £250 (PB 93)

389

Nottingham Corporation Tramways Enamel Flag "N.C.T TROLLEYBUS REQUEST STOP". Double Sided, white on green. Size 15in square. Good condition.

Guide: £80-120


Category: Bus/Tram/Trolleybus
Lot Sold For: £100 (PB 316)

390

Nottingham Corporation Tramways Enamel Flag "N.C.T TROLLEYBUS STOP". Double Sided, white on green. Size 15in square. Good condition.

Guide: £80-120


Category: Bus/Tram/Trolleybus
Lot Sold For: £80 (PB 562)

391

Nottingham Corporation Tramways Enamel Flag "N.C.T TROLLEYBUS FARE STAGE". Double Sided, orange on green. Size 15in square. Good condition.

Guide: £80-120


Category: Bus/Tram/Trolleybus
Lot Sold For: £80 (PB 562)

392

Wolverhampton Trolleybus Radiator plate with road registration plate DJW 906. From a double-deck Sunbeam trolleybus built in 1944 and withdrawn in 1965.

Guide: £100-200


Category: Bus/Tram/Trolleybus
Lot Sold For: £220 (PB 471)

393

Bournemouth Trolleybus Destination Blind Unit from Routes 246 or 301, c/w with winding handle to rear. Size 41in x 10in.

Guide: £100-150


Category: Bus/Tram/Trolleybus
Lot Sold For: £400 (PB 711)

394

Bournemouth Trolleybus Destination Blind Unit from Routes 246 or 301, c/w with winding handle to rear. Size 41in x 10in.

Guide: £100-150


Category: Bus/Tram/Trolleybus
Lot Sold For: £240 (PB 261)

395

Bournemouth Trolleybus handpainted tin warning notice "TUCKTON BRIDGE - TROLLEY BUSES MAXIMUM SPEED 10 MILES PER HOUR. TROLLEY BUSES MUST NOT PASS ON THE BRIDGE".

Guide: £200-300


Category: Bus/Tram/Trolleybus
Lot Sold For: £400 (PB 711)

396

London Transport Route Number Blind, various routes emanating from South East London "12, 45, 176, 176A, 184, 185".

Guide: £60-100


Category: Bus/Tram/Trolleybus

397

Sheffield Tram Destination Blind "Walkley, Intake, etc"

Guide: £60-100


Category: Bus/Tram/Trolleybus
Lot Sold For: £60 (PB 562)

398

Notts/Derbyshire Bus Destination Blind "Ilkeston/Brooke Street etc"

Guide: £60-100


Category: Bus/Tram/Trolleybus
Lot Sold For: £60 (PB 562)

399

Gateshead Bus/Tram Destination Blind "Via High Level etc".

Guide: £60-100


Category: Bus/Tram/Trolleybus
Lot Sold For: £70 (PB 562)

400

Middlesbrough Bus Destination Blind 'Stockton/Billingham/Thornaby etc'.

Guide: £60-100


Category: Bus/Tram/Trolleybus
Lot Sold For: £80 (PB 562)

401

Nottingham Bus Destination Blind 'Midland Station/Goose Fair etc.'

Guide: £60-100


Category: Bus/Tram/Trolleybus
Lot Sold For: £70 (PB 562)

402

A Tinplate Leaflet Rack "MARYPORT & CARLISLE RAILWAY - PLEASE TAKE ONE". A rare survivor.

Guide: £100-200


Category: Miscellaneous
Lot Sold For: £200 (PB 1)

403

A Tinplate Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway four-tiered Letter Rack, hand painted "L&Y" to front.

Guide: £60-80


Category: Miscellaneous

404

Framed & Glazed G.W.R Station Gardens Competition Certificate, awarded to Widney station.

Guide: £20-30


Category: Miscellaneous

405

Three Beer Bottles, including Railway Hotel, Carlisle.

Guide: £30-50


Category: Miscellaneous

406

Hallmarked Solid Silver Presentation Casket engraved 'Upon retirement of A. Whitney Esq, Signal Engineer BB&CI Rly, Bombay by the B.G Signal Staff 7 May 1922, together with engraved signatures of 12 colleagues inscribed into the lid.

Guide: £300-500


Category: Miscellaneous

407

Hallmarked silver free pass issued to A. Whitney (see above lot) for the Great Indian Peninsular Railway that could be used 'Also on Engines'(!). An absolutely superb piece of history.

Guide: £80-100


Category: Miscellaneous

408

L.M.S St John Ambulance Service hallmarked gold medal presented to F.W McCabe 1943 plus service year chains from 1932 to 1946 plus BR (M) presentation wristwatch inscribed to rear 'BR LONDON MIDLAND REGION F.W. McCABE IN APPRECIATION OF 45 YEARS SERVICE" plus two uniform badges relating to LMS St. John with button hole rear fasteners.

Guide: £100-150


Category: Miscellaneous

409

G.W.R Tinplate Booking Office Notice "PASSENGERS ARE REQUESTED TO EXAMINE THEIR TICKETS AND CHANGE BEFORE LEAVING THE BOOKING OFFICE, AS NO MISTAKES CAN AFTERWARDS BE RECOGNISED". Size 13.5in x 9in. Worn condition.

Guide: £20-40


Category: Miscellaneous
Lot Sold For: £40 (PB 1)

410

A reproduction full size locomotive nameplate "GREAT NORTHERN". Bare metal.

Guide: £100-200


Category: Nameplates (Reproduction)

411

Box full containing Edmondson Ticket Printing Plates, together with destinations printed to inside of box lid. They appear to all be BR (S) locations.

Guide: £80-120


Category: Miscellaneous
Lot Sold For: £200 (PB 595)

412

An Edmondson ticket dating press, complete with its ink ribbon. Brass plated Waterlow & Son, makers, to lid.

Guide: £40-50


Category: Ticket Dating Presses

413

Ultimatic Ticket Dispenser machine made by Bell Punch Co. Ltd.

Guide: £30-50


Category: Miscellaneous
Lot Sold For: £40 (PB 562)

414

G.N.E.R Perspex Route Map, as fitted to coach vestibule ends. Size 16.5in x 23in.

Guide: £30-40


Category: Maps

415

Ten uniform buttons in box, 6 jacket and 4 waistcoat size, LMS and Midland Railway examples.

Guide: £30-40


Category: Uniform Badges and Buttons

416

A set of three different GWR buttons and a LNWR horse brass in presentation box.

Guide: £60-80


Category: Uniform Badges and Buttons

417

Civil Engineers Office Plate "DISTRICT ENGINEER LANCASTER - BARROW". Wood with cast iron letters.

Guide: £150-250


Category: Miscellaneous

418

Painted wooden 'Man Cave' pseudo antique sign. "N.S.R 4-4-0 Express Loco No. 86. Built at stock 1910."

Guide: £60-80


Category: Miscellaneous

419

British Railways Station Masters Cap with woven BR (M) badge and embroidered band. Made by Compton, Sons & Webb Ltd. Small size. And Nondescript Guard's Cap. Size 6 and 3/4. With modern repro Guard's Badge.

Guide: £20-40


Category: Miscellaneous

420

C/I Midland Railway pattern sign "BEWARE OF TRAINS". Restored.

Guide: £50-80


Category: Cast Iron Signs

421

C/I GNR Bridge Plate "GNR 52". Restored face.

Guide: £40-60


Category: Bridge Plates
Lot Sold For: £70 (PB 177)

422

C/I Oval Sign "Electric Track Circuit". Restored face.

Guide: £30-40


Category: Cast Iron Signs

423

Brass Steam Locomotive Nameplate "ARMADA" as carried by a Stanier designed ex LMS class 6P 4-6-0 No. 45679 built at Crewe works in December 1935. Allocations included Chester, Sheffield Milhouses, Bristol Barrow Road, Carlisle Kingmoor, Crewe North, Longsight and Newton Heath from where it was withdrawn in December 1962. Cut up at Darlington North Road works 11/63. Armada is the Spanish and Portuguese name for Naval fleets. Ex-loco condition front and back. This is the left-hand fireman's side plate.

Guide: £6000-8000


Category: Nameplates (Steam)

424

Brass Steam Locomotive Nameplate "HOWN HALL" as carried by a Hawksworth designed 4-6-0 Modified Hall No. 7910, built at Swindon works in January 1950. Allocations included Southall, Old Oak Common, Reading, Didcot, and Oxford from where it was withdrawn in February 1965. Cut up at Swindon works 05/65. This is the left hand firemans side plate. Ex Loco condition front and back. Hown Hall is located seven miles north west of Gloucester at Taynton. The building is now in use as the farmhouse of Hown Hall Farm.

Guide: £3000-4000


Category: Nameplates (Steam)
Lot Sold For: £3000 (PB 710)

425

Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "9421" as carried by a Hawksworth designed 94xx Class 0-6-0PT built by Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn, Darlington in July 1950. Allocated to mainly Slough throughout its working life it was withdrawn from here in February 1962. Cut up at Cashmores, Newport, South Wales 07/62.

Guide: £400-600


Category: Cabsides (GWR and BR)

426

Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "9450" as carried by a Hawksworth designed 0-6-0PT built by Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn, Darlington in June 1951. Allocations included Stourbridge Jct, Aberbeeg, Cardiff Canton, Oxford, Didcot and Reading from where it was withdrawn in June 1964. Cut up at Swindon works in August 1964.

Guide: £400-600


Category: Cabsides (GWR and BR)

427

Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "6664" as carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 56xx class 0-6-2T built at Swindon works in September 1928. Allocations included Barry, Cardiff Cathays, Southall, Slough, Oxford, Didcot and Aberdare from where it was withdrawn in December 1963. Cut up at Thos.Ward Briton Ferry, South Wales 03/64.

Guide: £400-600


Category: Cabsides (GWR and BR)
Lot Sold For: £450 (PB 168)

428

C/I Steam Locomotive Smokebox Numberplate "6664" as carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 56xx class 0-6-2T built at Swindon works in September 1928. Allocations included Barry, Cardiff Cathays, Southall, Slough, Oxford, Didcot and Aberdare from where it was withdrawn in December 1963. Cut up at Thos.Ward Briton Ferry, South Wales 03/64. Ex Loco front and back.

Guide: £300-400


Category: Smokeboxes
Lot Sold For: £350 (PB 168)

429

C/I Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "3697" as carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 57xx class 0-6-0PT built at Swindon works in September 1941. Allocations included Reading, Slough and Didcot from where it was withdrawn in May 1962. Cut up at Cashmores, Newport, South Wales 10/62.

Guide: £250-400


Category: Cabsides (GWR and BR)

430

C/I Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "6639" as carried by a Collet designed ex GWR 56XX class 0-6-2T built at Swindon works in September 1928. Allocations included Severn Tunnel Jct, Newport Ebbw Jct, Swindon, Cardiff Canton, Radyr, Llantrisant and Leamington from where it was withdrawn in October 1963. Cut up at G. Cohen, Morriston, Swansea 05/64

Guide: £250-400


Category: Cabsides (GWR and BR)

431

C/I Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "3831" as carried by a Churchward designed ex GWR 28xx class 2-8-0 bult at Swindon works in December 1940. Allocations included Newport Ebbw Jct, Banbury, Tyseley, Stourbridge Jct, Oxley and Croes Newydd from where it was withdrawn in September 1963. Cut up at G. Cohen, Morriston, South Wales 04/64.

Guide: £400-500


Category: Cabsides (GWR and BR)

432

C/I Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "4650" as carried by a Collett designed 0-6-0PT built at Swindon works April 1943. Allocations included Slough, Swansea East Dock, Aberbeeg and Cardiff Radyr from where it was withdrawn in July 1965. Cut up at R.S. Hayes, Tremains yard, Bridgend. South Wales, 10/65.

Guide: £250-400


Category: Cabsides (GWR and BR)

433

C/I Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "9722" as carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 57xx class 0-6-0PT built at Swindon works in December 1934. Allocations included Basingstoke, Reading and Slough from where it was withdrawn in July 1962. Cut up at Cashmores, Newport, South Wales12/62.

Guide: £250-400


Category: Cabsides (GWR and BR)
Lot Sold For: £400 (PB 184)

434

C/I Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "6102" as carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 2-6-2T built at Swindon works in May 1931. Allocations included Southall, Old Oak Common, Bristol Bath Road, Newport Ebbw Jct and Reading from where it was withdrawn in August 1959. Cut up at Swindon works 12/59.

Guide: £400-500


Category: Cabsides (GWR and BR)
Lot Sold For: £500 (PB 595)

435

C/I Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "6130" as carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 2-6-2T built at Swindon works in September 1932. Alocations included Reading, Aylesbury, Didcot and Swindon from where it was withdrawn in July 1964. Cut up at Cashmores Newport, South Wales 12/64.

Guide: £400-500


Category: Cabsides (GWR and BR)

436

C/I Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "6143" as carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 2-6-2T built at Swindon works in November 1932. Allocations included Slough, Southall and Oxford from where it was withdrawn in November 1965. Cut up at Cashmores, Newport, South Wales 03/66.

Guide: £400-500


Category: Cabsides (GWR and BR)

437

C/I Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "6150" as carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 2-6-2T built at Swindon works in February 1933. Allocations included Slough, Didcot and Oxford from where it was withdrawn in March 1965. Cut up at Swindon works 04/65.

Guide: £400-500


Category: Cabsides (GWR and BR)

438

C/I Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "6160" as carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 2-6-2T built at Swindon works in October 1935. Allocations included Slough, Truro, Tyseley, Southall and Gloucester Horton Road from where it was withdrawn in December1965. Cut up at Cashmores, Newport, South Wales 04/66. Bottom left corner damaged. Broken off but present.

Guide: £200-300


Category: Cabsides (GWR and BR)

439

C/I Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "6167" as carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 2-6-2T built at Swindon works in October 1935. Allocations included just Slough and Southall from where it was withdrawn in October 1965. Cut up at Birds Risca, South Wales 01/66.

Guide: £400-500


Category: Cabsides (GWR and BR)

440

C/I Shed Plate "81C" SOUTHALL. Restored condition.

Guide: £200-300


Category: Shedcodes

441

C/I Shed Plate "81F" OXFORD. Restored condition.

Guide: £200-300


Category: Shedcodes
Lot Sold For: £240 (PB 595)

442

C/I Shed Plate "84C" BANBURY. Restored condition.

Guide: £200-300


Category: Shedcodes

443

C/I Shed Plate "85A" WORCESTER. Restored condition. 5086 written to rear. As removed from GWR Castle Class" No. 5086 "Viscount Horne".

Guide: £250-400


Category: Shedcodes
Lot Sold For: £300 (PB 595)

444

C/I GWR Oval Tender Plate No 4048 - 4000 Gallons. This plate would have been paired with Castle Class Nos. 5019, 5030, 5088, 7003, 7005, 7015, 7023.

Guide: £150-250


Category: Tender Plates

445

C/I GWR Oval Tender Plate No 2795 - 4000 Gallons. This plate would have been paired with Castle Class No. 4082 (the original, in 1946) and No. 5010.

Guide: £150-250


Category: Tender Plates

446

B R (W) Std Three Aspect "HAND LAMP". All complete with Vessel & Burner.

Guide: £60-80


Category: Lamps

447

GNR pattern Three Aspect Hand Lamp Marked "COWBIT". Stamped G.N.R. in the side casing. All complete with Vessel & Burner.

Guide: £100-200


Category: Lamps
Lot Sold For: £420 (PB 347)

448

B R (W) Brass Steam Loco Gauge Marked 0 - 320. Complete in removed condition.

Guide: £60-100


Category: Loco

449

B R (W) Alloy Key Token with brass end "PRINCES RISBOROUGH NORTH - THAME".

Guide: £150-250


Category: Single Line Key Tokens
Lot Sold For: £250 (PB 490)

450

B R (W) Alloy Steel Key Token "THAME - MORRIS COWLEY".

Guide: £150-250


Category: Single Line Key Tokens
Lot Sold For: £200 (PB 183)

451

B R (W) Steel Key Token with brass engraved plate "KENNINGTON JC - MORRIS COWLEY".

Guide: £150-250


Category: Single Line Key Tokens
Lot Sold For: £200 (PB 183)

452

B R (W) Alloy Key Token "HOLT JCN - DEVIZES". Traces of yellow paint.

Guide: £150-250


Category: Single Line Key Tokens
Lot Sold For: £360 (PB 11)

453

C/I GWR Cab Notice Plate "CAUTION, DO NOT LOOK OVER OR PASS ALONG THE SIDE OF THIS CAB WHEN NEAR BRIDGES, TUNNELS, LOAD GAUGES OR COAL STAGES, JAN 1909". Face restored.

Guide: £100-150


Category: Cast Iron Signs

454

B.R. (W) Station Enamel Totem Sign "WOLVERHAMPTON LOW LEVEL". Fully flanged. In need of restoration. Three areas of poorly-executed attempts at restoration and twisted out of true.

Guide: £400-600


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £850 (PB 595)

455

B R (M) Wooden Carriage Destination Board "BEDFORD - return to LEICESTER".

Guide: £100-200


Category: Carriage and Destination Boards

456

B.R. (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "PORT SUNLIGHT". Fully flanged. Black flange. Last time in auction 2017. The best example we have seen from this location. Excellent Condition.

Guide: £600-800


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £2200 (PB 590)

457

BR (Sc) Station Enamel Totem Sign "PRESTWICK". Fully flanged. black flange. excellent Condition.

Guide: £1200-1500


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £800 (PB 258)

458

BR (W) Station Enamel Totem Sign "LLANWRTYD WELLS". Fully flanged. black flange. excellent condition. Only the third example to be offered for auction.

Guide: £2000-3000


Category: Totems

459

BR (M) Station Enamel Totem Sign "LEIGH". Fully flanged. excellent condition. Only the fifth non face-drilled example from this location to be offered for auction.

Guide: £800-1200


Category: Totems
Lot Sold For: £700 (PB 706)

460

S.R. Station Enamel Target Sign "ST. LEONARDS WEST MARINA". From the East Sussex coastal location, closed in 1967 and subsequently demolished on the line still open from Eastbourne to Hastings. Fair condition for the age with areas of previous restoration, but only the sixth example to be offered for auction.

Guide: £2000-2500


Category: Targets

 

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