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Updated Jun 19, 2023

Lots 101-120

Lot No Lot Detail

101

S.R Enamel Station Departure Board Indicator Plate "KINGSCOTE". From the Brighton station departure board - closed in 1955 and since re-opened as part of the Bluebell Railway. Size 12in x 1.5in. Ex-service condition.

Guide: £60-80


Category: Carriage and Destination Boards
Lot Sold For: £70 (PB 234)

102

Wooden Platform Fingerboard "READING - PADDINGTON". Double sided. Good ex-service condition.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Carriage and Destination Boards

103

Wooden Platform Fingerboard "STROUD, KEMBLE, SWINDON, DIDCOT, READING & PADDINGTON". Double sided. Good ex-service condition.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Carriage and Destination Boards
Lot Sold For: £180 (PB 1482)

104



B.R. (NE) Wooden Platform Departure Board "THORNABY HARROGATE LEEDS HUDDERSFIELD MANCHESTER". Double Sided with hanging hooks. Good Ex-service condition. Size 27in x 9in.

Guide: £200-300


Category: Carriage and Destination Boards
Lot Sold For: £420 (PB 300)

105

A Pair of paper Platform Lamp Glass Labels "WARCOP". Unused condition.

Guide: £30-40


Category: Lamp Glasses and Tablets

106

A Pair of paper Platform Lamp Glass Labels "NEW BIGGIN". Unused condition.

Guide: £30-40


Category: Lamp Glasses and Tablets

107

London Underground Enamel Station Sign "ST JOHN'S WOOD ROAD". A former Metropolitan Railway station opened in April 1868 and closed to passengers in November 1939. The station was named St John's Wood Road until 1925, when renamed ST JOHN'S WOOD. Renamed 'LORDS' on 11 June 1939, five months before final closure. Demolished 1969. Certainly a rare survivor and presumed to be the centre bar of a former roundel/diamond. Ex-service co

Guide: £300-400


Category: London Transport
Lot Sold For: £400 (PB 1456)

108



Brass Steam Locomotive Nameplate "CADBURY CASTLE". As carried by a Collett designed Castle Class 4-6-0 No. 7028 built at Swindon Works in May 1950. Allocations included Landore, Carmarthen and Llanelly from where it was withdrawn in December 1963. Cut up at Steel Supply, Albion Works, Briton Ferry, South Wales 08/64. FIRST TIME AT AUCTION. A BR receipt from Swindon in 1964 accompanies this plate when purchased direct by a Research & Development (Chemist) Director of Cadbury and has been with his family ever since. Cadbury Castle is the best known and most interesting of the reputed legendary sites of Camelot. A bronze and iron-age hill fort in the Civil Parish of South Cadbury, five miles north east of Yeovil, Somerset.

Guide: £10,000-12,000


Category: Nameplates (Steam)
Lot Sold For: £14100 (PB 1440)

109

Brass Steam Locomotive Cabside Numberplate "7028". As carried by a Collett designed Castle Class 4-6-0 named "CADBURY CASTLE". For further details see above lot.

Guide: £1500-2000


Category: Cabsides (GWR and BR)
Lot Sold For: £3600 (PB 212)

110

GWR Brass Whistle, collected from Swindon at the same time as the nameplate in the above lot.

Guide: £100-150


Category: Loco Whistles
Lot Sold For: £350 (PB 1325)

111



Brass Steam Locomotive Nameplate "VENUS". As carried by a Riddles-designed BR Standard Class 7P6F Britannia class 4-6-2 No. 70023 built at Crewe and allocated new to Old Oak Common on 21 August 1951, where it remained until moving by early February 1957 to Cardiff Canton. After moving away from the Western Region to Carlisle Kingmoor in September 1961, it had short stays at numerous LM sheds including Holyhead, returning to Kingmoor from where it was withdrawn on 30 December 1967 and despatched for scrap to T.W. Ward at Killamarsh on 26 April 1968. Ex-loco condition.

Guide: £7000-8000


Category: Nameplates (Steam)
Lot Sold For: £8100 (PB 270)

112



Brass Steam Locomotive Nameplate "EYTON HALL". As carried by a Collett designed ex GWR 49xx class 4-6-0 No. 4998 built at Swindon Works in March 1931. Allocations included Old Oak Common, Reading, Didcot and Banbury from where it was withdrawn in October 1963. Cut up at Cohen's, Morriston, South Wales 05/64. Eyton Hall is situated on a 17th century estate near Leominster, Herefordshire.

Guide: £3500-4000


Category: Nameplates (Steam)
Lot Sold For: £3200 (PB 1431)

113

C/I Industrial Steam Locomotive Nameplate "WELLINGBORO No. 3". As fitted to a Hawthorn Leslie & Co standard gauge 0-4-0ST built in 1935 and delivered to the Wellingborough Iron Co. from new, owned by Stewart & Lloyds Minerals Ltd and became No. 33 in their fleet. Then to Bromford Tube Works, Wheelwright Road, Erdington. The loco was scrapped in August 1971. Ex-loco condition. This item and its matching worksplate (below) are being sold to raise funds for the 82045 Group, based at Bridgnorth.

Guide: £500-700


Category: Nameplates (Industrial)
Lot Sold For: £650 (PB 211)

114



Brass Oval Steam Locomotive Worksplate "R&W. HAWTHORN, LESLIE & CO., LTD. ENGINEERS, NEWCASTLE ON TYNE 3813 - 1935". As fitted to the above locomotive "WELLINGBORO No. 3", delivered to the Wellingborough Iron Co. from new. The brass has been re-brazed around the rear of right hand bolt hole. Front repainted, rear ex-loco. This item and its matching nameplate (above) are being sold to raise funds for the 82045 Group, based at Bridgnorth.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Worksplates (Industrial)
Lot Sold For: £180 (PB 211)

115



Brass Industrial Diesel Worksplate "THE HUNSLET ENGINE CO/. LTD, LEEDS. No. 2250-1940". As fitted to a Hunslet 0-6-0 shunting locomotive named 'HUNDAY', which worked at Yafford Mill, Shorwell, Newport, Isle of Wight. Ex-loco condition.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Worksplates (Industrial)

116



Brass Oval Steam Locomotive Worksplate "No. 2065 DARLINGTON 1949". Ex- LNER A1 4-6-2 No. 60146 "PEREGRINE". Withdrawn from 50A York in October 1966. Ex-loco front and rear.

Guide: £1200-1500


Category: Worksplates (Steam)
Lot Sold For: £2100 (PB 962)

117



Brass Diamond Worksplate "NORTH BRITISH LOCOMOTIVE COMPANY LTD, GLASGOW 1947 No. 26187. Ex-LNER B14-6-0 No. 61286. An East Anglian loco all its working life it was withdrawn from 31B March in September 1962. Ex-loco front and rear.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Worksplates (Steam)

118



Brass Oval LNER 9x5 Steam Locomotive Worksplate "LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY, DARLINGTON WORKS No. 60954 1941". Face restored, rear ex-loco.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Worksplates (Steam)
Lot Sold For: £220 (PB 1366)

119



Brass Steam Locomotive Worksplate "SIR W.G. ARMSTRONG WHITWORTH & CO (ENGINEERS) LTD, SCOTSWOOD WORKS, NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE, No. 1256 - 1935". Ex-LMS Stanier 4-6-0 Black 5 No. 45215, withdrawn from Rose Grove in October 1967. Ex-loco condition.

Guide: £150-200


Category: Worksplates (Steam)
Lot Sold For: £220 (PB 1)

120



Brass Steam Locomotive Worksplate "ROBERT STEPHENSON & HAWTHORNS LTD, DARLINGTON WORKS, No. 7281 - 1947". Ex-loco front and rear. From a 19D S.A.R engine.

Guide: £200-300


Category: Worksplates (Overseas)

 

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