Great Central Railwayana Limited
Sheffield Railwayana Auction at Derby
   

Auction Catalogue: Sheffield Railwayana, 8 June 2013

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Lot 1 A Dinorwic Quarries Railway brass workmans pass for use on workmans trains between GILFACH DDU and PENSCOINS, 1¾" diameter. - Sold for £150.

Lot 2 A Southern Railway target sign, GRAVESEND CENTRAL, from the North Kent Coast route. Minor edge chips. - Sold for £320.

Lot 3 A Tyers No 6 single line tablet, BOLSOVER-GLAPWELL, (brass), from the Staveley to Pleasley route which closed to passengers in 1930, the northern section being retained for coal traffic to Glapwell Colliery until 1978. - Sold for £210.

Lot 4 An ORIENT LINE china bowl by Royal Doulton, 12" diameter, 5" high, the side marked with the company anchor emblem. - Sold for £40.

Lot 5 A shedplate 86A Ebbw Junction (1949 to September 1963). The ex GWR shed at Newport had an allocation of 150 locos during this period, and was then recoded 86B, closing to steam in August 1966. The code was then taken over by Cardiff Canton in 1963, which by this time had lost its allocation of steam locos. Repainted. - Sold for £50.

Lot 6 A Midland Railway signal box lever plate, CONTROLS SETTING BACK SIGNAL AT SANDIACRE. engraved brass, 4"x5". The box was north of Toton Yard on the Erewash Valley line. - Sold for £110.

Lot 7 A BR(W) quad royal poster, PEMBROKESHIRE, by Leech, edge tears repaired. (PR199/61) - Sold for £65 to commission or postal bidder number 4848.

Lot 8 An enamel plate, WEST HOATHLY, from the Victoria station departure indicator, 17"x2¾". The station was on the East Grinstead to Lewes route and closed in 1958. - Sold for £220.

Lot 9 A French cabside numberplate, 5. SNCF. 141.P.18, from a Class 141.P compound 2-8-2, the most powerful Class of French Mikado, built at Forges et Acieries de la Marine et d'Homecourt-St Chamond (M.H.), Works No 253, in October 1942 and allocated with the first fifty built to Venisseux in the Sud-Est Region. It moved in April 1955 to Argentan in the Ouest Region and was withdrawn from there on 2 May 1968. Cast mazak with brass surround, 22"x14¾", the regional prefix digit 5 ground off long ago during service. - Sold for £540.

Lot 10 An original painting, CALEDONIAN EXPRESS, by G.S. Cooper, watercolour on board, 29"x22", glazed. - Sold for £20.

Lot 11 A lion over wheel crest from a West Coast main line electric locos, class 81 to 86. The front lightly cleaned back to the original condition. - Sold for £720.

Lot 12 A Furness Railway mounted coat of arms transfer, 9" diameter, overall 12½"x13" - Sold for £130.

Lot 13 A worksplate, McCULLOCH SONS & KENNEDY MAKERS No 324, VULCAN WORKS, KILMARNOCK, from an 0-4-0ST new to Bowman & Co in 1890, the year the builders closed down. To Wemyss Coal Co Ltd at Muiredge Colliery in June 1906, their No 11, and became part of the National Coal Board in January 1947, moving to Wellesley Colliery, and scrapped in 1959. Cast brass 11"x5", the front repainted. - Sold for £2400.

Lot 14 A BR(S) double royal poster, MARGATE, by D.W. Burley 1950. Rolled. (AD6108) - Sold for £45.

Lot 15 A single line key token, INVERGORDON-TAIN, (brass), from the Far North line between Inverness, Wick and Thurso. - Sold for £80.

Lot 16 A Southern Railway carriage print, BEAULIEU ABBEY, by Donald Maxwell, from the Southern Railway original series. - Sold for £80.

Lot 17 A shedplate 53E Cudworth (1948 to July 1951), then Goole (October 1956 to January 1960). Ex H&BR shed Cudworth had just 6 locos. The ex L&YR shed at Goole used its LMS code of 25C, before being transferred to the NE region in 1956 when its 30 locos adopted this code. By 1960 Goole became 50D and closed in May 1967. The front repainted. - Sold for £190.

Lot 18 A worksplate, LMS BUILT 1892, DERBY. Locos built by the Midland Railway in 1892, some of which survived into BR service, included 1823 Class 0-4-4T BR 580XX, 1102 Class 0-6-0T BR 418XX and 1873 Class 0-6-0 BR 43XXX and 582XX. Cast brass 10½'X6", the front repainted. - Sold for £70.

Lot 19 A BR(NE) double royal poster, LOCOMOTIVE FIREMEN REQUIRED at Bradford and Ardsley sheds, September 1953, listing rates of pay and positions available. Rolled. - Sold for £160.

Lot 20 A worksplate, BRITISH RAILWAYS, DARLINGTON BUILT 1960, BRITISH THOMPSON HOUSTON AND SULZER, from Class 24 D5103, later 24103. New to Darlington in August 1960, withdrawn from Haymarket in December 1976 and cut up at Doncaster Works in October 1977. Cast aluminium 13¼"x7¾", the front repainted. - Sold for £580.

Lot 21 A Cunard Lines cuboid tea set by Foley, comprising tea pot, milk jug and sugar bowl each marked with the Cunard coat of arms on the base. (3) - Sold for £210.

Lot 22 A BR(S) totem, MARGATE, (f/f), from the North Kent coast route. Two edge chips into the green and some mottling. - Sold for £330 to commission or postal bidder number 4492.

Lot 23 A BR(Sc) quad royal poster, INVERNESS, The Queens Own Cameron Highlanders Marching along Ness Walk, by Lance Cattermole. (B24436) - Sold for £520.

Lot 24 A South African Railways tenderplate, 4054, from the tender coupled with Class GMAM 4-8-2 + 2-8-4 Garratt No 4054 built by Henschel, Works No 28683, in 1954. The last Class of Garratt in service with the SAR, the GMAMs were withdrawn from regular service from 1984. 7¼"x4¼", the front repainted. - Sold for £130 to commission or postal bidder number 4120.

Lot 25 A small carriage board DERBY VIA BURTON- LEICESTER VIA BURTON, 28" long, in original condition. The service ran via Coalville and Ashby, this section closing to passengers in 1964. - Sold for £180.

Lot 26 A locomotive worksplate, ROBERT STEPHENSON & HAWTHORNS, DARLINGTON, 7256, 1946, from a 3ft 6ins gauge South African Railways Class 19D 4-8-2 No 2743. Engraved brass, 11½"x5½", a few service knocks. - Sold for £390.

Lot 27 A Southern Railway target sign, PUTNEY, from the Waterloo and Richmond route. An unusual pattern with a white border. Unrestored, some surface wear. - Sold for £250.

Lot 28 A Lancaster and Carlisle Railway silver directors pass to Joseph Locke Esq, inscribed, LANCASHIRE (sic) AND CARLISLE RAILWAY, the line opened in 1846, Locke being the engineer, and was leased to the LNWR in 1859,1¼"x1". - Sold for £640.

Lot 29 A LNER, NE, DINING CARS, large silver plated gravy boat, by Walker and Hall. - Sold for £45.

Lot 30 A Midland Railway signal box shelf plate, RADLETT FAST LINES, UP LINE, DOWN LINE, 33" long. - Sold for £80.

Lot 31 A double royal poster, DUNFERMLINE, by Kenneth Steel. Rolled, pin holes in corners, otherwise fine. (B25639-59/60). - Sold for £150 to commission or postal bidder number 3845.

Lot 32 A small carriage board, WEYMOUTH-BRISTOL, 32" long. - Sold for £240.

Lot 33 A Southern Railway quad royal poster Map of the System with index of stations, produced in the pre-war period. - Sold for £260.

Lot 34 A British India Steam Navigation Co, 3" sherry glass, with heavy base. - Sold for £40.

Lot 35 A shedplate 83H Plymouth Friary (February 1958 to May 1963). This ex LSWR shed, formerly in the SR as 72D, was home to just 11 locos at the end of the 1950s. Repainted. - Sold for £200.

Lot 36 A LNER cast iron seat back plate, RYHILL & BURSTWICK, from the Hull to Withernsea branch which closed in 1964, repainted, 56" long. - Sold for £680 to commission or postal bidder number 1780.

Lot 37 A BR(Sc) quad royal poster, EDINBURGH, by Kerry Lee, rolled. (B16144) - Sold for £110.

Lot 38 A locomotive worksplate, LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY 60947 DARLINGTON WORKS 1942, from a LNER V2 Class 2-6-2 No 3649 built at Darlington in June 1942, renumbered 947 in 1946, becoming BR 60947. It was at Heaton by January 1948 and later Gateshead and Tweedmouth from where it was withdrawn on 1 October 1962 and cut up at Darlington Works the following February. Cast brass, 9"x5", cleaned and the front repainted, with some restoration around the bolt holes. - Sold for £210.

Lot 39 A locomotive nameplate, THE GREEN HOWARDS, from the LMS Royal Scot Class 4-6-0 No 6133, BR 46133, built by the North British Locomotive Co, Works No 23628, in 1927. Originally named Vulcan by April 1928 after the loco built for the Liverpool & Manchester Railway in 1831, it was renamed in May 1936 after the renowned North Yorkshire based regiment. Allocated new to Polmadie in September 1927, its later sheds included Crewe North, Carlisle Upperby, Holbeck, Kentish Town and Newton Heath from where it was withdrawn on 21 February 1963 and cut up at Crewe Works by 24 May 1963. 51½" long, complete with a replacement brass badge cast from the only known surviving original badge.

Lot 40 A Midland Railway china soup plate supplied by Amalgamated Hotel Supplies of Grosvenor Gardens, London. 9¼" diameter. - Sold for £55.

Lot 41 A BR(M) totem sign, CARNFORTH, (f/f) from the Lancaster and Carlisle section of the West Coast Main Line. Edge rust repainted and a couple of face chips restored. - Sold for £620.

Lot 42 A GWR enamel badge 1" diameter, probably used by a company representative or delegate. - Sold for £170.

Lot 43 A builders plate, CLAYTON EQUIPMENT Co LTD, HATTON, DERBY, from Class 17, D8537. Delivered new as Clayton works number 4365U40 to Polmadie in June 1963, withdrawn from there in July 1968 and cut up by J. McWilliam at Shettleston in October 1968. Cast aluminium 10"x6¼", ex loco condition with green paint on the rim. - Sold for £400.

Lot 44 A carriage print, THE RIVER BLYTH AT SOUTHWOLD, NEAR HALESWORTH, SUFFOLK, by Eric Scott, for the LNER post war series. - Sold for £300.

Lot 45 A Great Eastern Railway sliding knob handlamp stamped GER LOCO STRATFORD, with a brass plate, 986 ENGINE. Complete other than the red glass and in original condition; the top hinge requires soldering to re-attach. - Sold for £110.

Lot 46 A Midland Railway signal box lever plate, DISTANT FROM STRETTON, engraved brass 4"x5", a few surface marks. Stretton was between Derby and Chesterfield. - Sold for £100.

Lot 47 A worksplate, THE DREWRY CAR Co 2244, 1949, constructed by Robert Stephenson and Hawthorns, No 7498, from a 3ft 6ins gauge 150 hp 0-4-0DM supplied new to New Zealand Government Railways, their No 62, entering traffic in September 1950, becoming New Zealand Railways in 1979 and renumbered TR 275. Cast brass, 8"x5", in ex loco condition. - Sold for £250.

Lot 48 A carriage print, THE ATLANTIC COAST, by Langhammer, from the Southern Region C series. - Sold for £55.

Lot 49 A shedplate, 6C Birkenhead Mollington Street (1935 to September 1963), then Croes Newydd (September 1963 to June 1967). This ex GWR/LNWR Joint shed was home to a wide variety of classes in the 1950s. These included GWR pre grouping 0-6-0 pannier tanks and Granges as well as the exotic LMS 0-6-0 2F tanks in its total of 100 locos. It became 8H in 1963, when ex GWR shed Croes Newydd, formerly 84J then 89B, took on this code. Its allocation of around 40 locos continued the 6C tradition of housing former GWR, LMS and BR standard classes. The plate is in ex loco condition. - Sold for £160.

Lot 50 A worksplate, BUILT 1956 BRIGHTON, from a BR Standard Class 4 2-6-4T. Those built at Brighton that year were 80131-50. Cast iron, 10½"x6", the front repainted. - Sold for £420.

Lot 51 A large organ pipe whistle 21¼" high, brazing at the base and body bent from vertical. Original condition. - Sold for £75 to commission or postal bidder number 4144.

Lot 52 A single line key token, LLANIDLOES-MOAT LANE EAST, (steel/brass plate), from the Mid Wales Line which ran from Three Cocks to Moat Lane and closed in 1962, this northern section was retained for freight until 1967. - Sold for £100.

Lot 53 A coat of arms transfer, MANCHESTER, SHEFFIELD & LINCOLNSHIRE RAILWAY, mounted, 6¼"x8", framed and glazed, overall 10¼"x12¾". - Sold for £160.

Lot 54 A nameplate, RAILWAY MAGAZINE CENTENARY 1897 1997, carried by Class 43 HST power car 43197. Named at Plymouth Station in November 1996, the plates were removed in October 2000. 51½"x13¾" in fine ex loco condition. - Sold for £900 to commission or postal bidder number 925.

Lot 55 A North Eastern Railway, silver plated, one pint tankard, by Elkington, with garter NER, REFRESHMENT ROOMS, HARROGATE. - Sold for £150 to commission or postal bidder number 4746.

Lot 56 A Tyers No 6 single line tablet, ANNAT-GLENFINNAN, (brass), from the West Highland line extension between Fort William and Mallaig. - Sold for £280 to commission or postal bidder number 4936.

Lot 57 A worksplate, LMS BUILT 1931 CREWE. Locos built that year were LMS Class 2P 4-4-0 Nos (40)636-60, Class 5 2-6-0 Nos 13225-34, becoming (4)2925-34 and Class 7F 0-8-0 Nos (4)9603-32/34/5. Cast brass, 10½"x6", the front of the plate has been cleaned but is unpainted. - Sold for £240.

Lot 58 A Southern Railway enamel sign, referring to the condition of issue of tickets, 9"x6", original condition. - Sold for £210 to commission or postal bidder number 3509.

Lot 59 An S.N.C.F. crossing gate lamp with brass plate, EST, No 1020 C TER and an embossed brass makers plate STE GLE DES OUVRIERS FERBLENTIERS, REUNIS. 24" high with copper top, the glass panels painted white. - Sold for £40.

Lot 60 A LNER Keswick china ashtray by Alfred Meakin. The base marked, This ashtray is the property of the London and North Eastern Railway. - Sold for £70.

Lot 61 An original painting, GWR, 5900, HINDERTON HALL,by Michael Jefferies, 1977, oil on canvas, 27"x21¼". - Sold for £290.

Lot 62 An enamel armband, LB & SCR, LOOK OUT, complete with straps and buckle, some chipping restored at the left hole. - Sold for £80 to commission or postal bidder number 3509.

Lot 63 A shedplate 64D Carstairs (1949 to May 1960). This ex CR shed, formerly 28C, was home to 50 locos in the 1950s. It became 66E and closed in February 1967. The front repainted. - Sold for £150.

Lot 64 A tenderplate, GNR(1) 105 B2, MAKERS 1910 DUNDALK, from a 2500 gallon tender built at Dundalk in 1910 with a running number of 111. By 1958 it was coupled with Class PP 4-4-0 No 44. Cast brass 9"x5". the front lightly cleaned. - Sold for £210 to commission or postal bidder number 3107.

Lot 65 An LNER cast iron doorplate, SMOKING STRICTLY PROHIBITED, 22¾"x6", the front repainted. - Sold for £180 to commission or postal bidder number 3232.

Lot 66 A BR(Sc) leaflet rack from Corstorphine with a small wooden totem in the top front, 14"x22½" together with a blackboard advert map for a trip of the Highlands drawn in chalk. (2) - Sold for £40.

Lot 67 A BR(NE) double royal poster, FOUNTAINS ABBEY, by Gyrth Russell, (NER 1956) - Sold for £100.

Lot 68 A GWR captains chair from Cheltenham Spa, St James Station. The company initials branded underneath. - Sold for £380.

Lot 69 A smokebox numberplate, 90586, from a War Department Austerity 2-8-0 built to Ministry of Supply order by Vulcan Foundry, Works No 4951, in November 1943, WD No 77135, and loaned new to the LNER, allocated to Newport NER, and in September 1944 to the GWR, allocated to Severn Tunnel Junction. Returned to the WD in February 1945 and again loaned to the LNER in October 1947, allocated to Neville Hill. Following acquisition by BR its later sheds were Hull Springhead and Hull Dairycoates from where it was withdrawn on 13 February 1966 and cut up by Drapers at Hull by 25 June 1966. The front repainted, a weld repair visible on the back. - Sold for £710.

Lot 70 A small wooden carriage board, SWINDON-WEYMOUTH. 32" long. - Sold for £270.

Lot 71 A GWR enamel sign, NOTICE, ONLY THE AUTHORISED ATTENDANT IS PERMITTED TO ENTER. 12"X8", as attached to the door of the galley at the end of a sleeping car. - Sold for £100.

Lot 72 A shedplate, 70F Fratton (April 1955 to November 1959), then Bournemouth (September 1963 to July 1967). The ex LBSCR and LSWR Fratton joint shed housed just twenty locos while using this code. Ex LSWR shed Bournemouth was home to 40 locos including 7 Bulleid Light Pacifics and 9 Merchant Navies. The front repainted. - Sold for £50.

Lot 73 A nameplate, SPAR QUEEN, from a 2ft gauge 0-4-0 built by Hudswell Clarke, Works No 854, in 1908. New to George Blackwell and Sons of Liverpool, working the company's Spar Mines at Waterfall Farm, Eyam, Derbyshire. Cast brass 27¼"x5¼". The plate has been cut in the centre before recovery from the scrapyard and skilfully rejoined by means of a backplate. - Sold for £640 to commission or postal bidder number 2991.

Lot 74 A worksplate, BUILT BY BRITISH RAIL ENGINEERING LIMITED CREWE WORKS, 1983 from Class 56 56119. New to Tinsley in May 1983; withdrawn March 2004 from Immingham and cut up by EMR at Attercliffe in January 2011. Cast aluminium 7"x4¾", original condition. - Sold for £320 to commission or postal bidder number 2229.

Lot 75 A Southern Railway brass signal box plunger with an enamel ring, MILLBROOK LOCAL, from the Southampton to Bournemouth route. - Sold for £180 to commission or postal bidder number 214.

Lot 76 An LNER MARINE, 7" water carafe, marked with the company garter on the side. - Sold for £95.

Lot 77 A BR(W) double royal poster, PLYMOUTH, by Lander. A small vertical repair top, centre. (PR191/61) - Sold for £45 to commission or postal bidder number 4848.

Lot 78 A GCR silver plated, one pint tankard with a large garter, GREAT CENTRAL RAILWAY, M, (Marylebone). - Sold for £520.

Lot 79 A BR(NE) double royal poster, YORK, THE GATEWAY TO HISTORY, by E.H. Spencer. (NER55). - Sold for £130.

Lot 80 A BR(W) totem, OLTON, (f/f) from the Leamington Spa to Birmingham main line. Several face chips and surface marks. - Sold for £230.

Lot 81 A worksplate, PECKETT & SONS LTD, BRISTOL, 1923, No 1616, from a Peckett type B2 0-6-0ST new on 27 April 1923 to Willys Overland Crossley Ltd at Heaton Chapel. By January 1935 it moved to Stellite Ltd at Queensferry and was named SHEPPERTON. In 1938 to George Cohen and sold by April 1939 to Tyne Improvement Commissioners at North Shields and Tyne Dock. Withdrawn in March 1959 and scrapped by Ellis Metals Ltd of Newcastle upon Tyne. Engraved brass, 12"x 8½", ex loco condition. - Sold for £330.

Lot 82 A carriage print, CROMER, by F.W. Baldwn, from the LNER post war series. - Sold for £140.

Lot 83 A shedplate 40A Lincoln (1949 to January 1964). This ex GNR shed was the largest of three sheds in the city. The 1950 allocation was 64 locos, and by 1959 it had three B1 namers in its total of 51 locos. The shed closed in 1964, but the DMU and shunter allocation continued carrying the code, although they were maintained at the former GCR shed. This closed in October 1987. The front repainted. - Sold for £90.

Lot 84 A Great Northern Railway leather cash bag with an engraved brass plate, GNR, LOUTH, WAGES, from the East Lincolnshire line which closed in 1970. - Sold for £180.

Lot 85 A single line key token, TOWYN-LLWYNGWRIL, (alloy) from the Cambrian Coast route to Pwllheli. - Sold for £50.

Lot 86 A London and Greenwich Railway bronze ticket showing the company coat of arms on each side, 1" diameter. The line opened in 1836 and issued passenger with these reuseable tickets, which were collected after each journey. - Sold for £210.

Lot 87 A shedplate, 37B Copley Hill (1949 to October 1956). This ex GNR shed had 40 locos in the early 1950s, which included 5 A3s and 10 A1s. It was recoded 56C and closed in September 1964. The plate has been repainted. - Sold for £230.

Lot 88 An original painting, DOWN ROYAL SCOT ON BEATTOCK BANK, 46245 CITY OF LONDON, by John Austin, 1972, oil on board, 31½"x20½".

Lot 89 A locomotive nameplate, EASTON HALL, together with its matching cabside and smokebox numberplates, 4995, and a shedplate 81D for Reading, from the GWR 4900 Hall Class 4-6-0 built at Swindon in February 1931. A long time Reading engine, it moved towards the end to Oxford and Southall from where it was withdrawn on 8 June 1962 and cut up at Swindon Works in the August. An opportunity to acquire a full set of plates from the same loco. The fronts of the plates have been repainted. (4) - Sold for £6500.

Lot 90 An LNER LOCO two aspect handlamp, stamped, WOODFORD, 63, and used at Woodford Halse, unrestored with silver paintwork. - Sold for £55.

Lot 91 An enamel plate, CLAPHAM JUNCTION, from the train departure indicator at Waterloo. 17"x2¾", on its original triangular block, chipping to base and to centre. Probably the world's most famous junction. - Sold for £170.

Lot 92 A depot plaque for Eastleigh, a design used between 1990 and 2007, 17½" square, ex loco condition. - Sold for £260 to commission or postal bidder number 2229.

Lot 93 A single line key token, ARDLUI-ARROCHAR, (brass), from the West Highland line to Fort William and Mallaig. - Sold for £230.

Lot 94 An original painting, LNWR 0-8-0 (LMS 8978) by Michael Jefferies, oil on canvas, 32½"x22½". - Sold for £100.

Lot 95 A GWR signal box shelf plate, NORTH ROAD EAST, from one of the boxes at, or close to Plymouth North Road Station, engraved brass, 4¾"x2½". - Sold for £160 to commission or postal bidder number 2658.

Lot 96 A wagon plate, DISTINGTON MINE CAR, S24, cast brass 10"x4", the mine was in the West Cumbria area. - Sold for £35.

Lot 97 An original painting, 6139 THE WELSH REGIMENT AT THRIMBY GRANGE, by Gerald Broom, oil on board, 30"x22¼".

Lot 98 A worksplate, LMS BUILT 1944 SR. Those built by the SR in 1944 were (4)8661/2 at Eastleigh, (4)8663-70/75-8/81-704 at Brighton and (4)8672-4 at Ashford. Cast brass 10½"x6", the front repainted. - Sold for £310.

Lot 99 A Great Central Railway etched glass coat of arms from the lavatory compartment of a carriage. Overall 15½"x18" presented in an oak frame. - Sold for £50.

Lot 100 A shedplate 88A Cardiff Cathays (1949 to December 1957), then Cardiff Radyr (December 1957 to October 1960), then Cardiff Canton (October 1960 to September 1962). The ex TVR shed at Cathays had an allocation of 80 locos, while ex GWR shed Radyr had 55 locos during this period. Ex GWR Canton’s allocation of 130 included 12 Britannias until September 1961. Canton closed to steam in September 1962 and became a diesel depot. Repainted. - Sold for £130.

Lot 101 A Southern Railway target sign, ELTHAM PARK, from the Blackheath to Dartford, via Welling, route. Edge and screw hole chips, restored and a chip on top half moon. - Sold for £310.

Lot 102 A Great Eastern Railway leather bucket, the side marked, GER 5, overall 11½" high with strap, one end of which is detached. - Sold for £60.

Lot 103 A Royal Cypher mounted coat of arms 21½"x26" overall 24"x30". - Sold for £20.

Lot 104 A Chinese Railways standard five tone chime locomotive whistle, with steel body and brass slide, 17" high, 7" diameter. - Sold for £420.

Lot 105 A double royal poster, THE RIVER DART STEAM BOAT COMPANY, by Howard Coble, 1948, staining and water marks in places. This example was recovered from Moretonhampstead station after closure.

Lot 106 A worksplate, HUNSLET ENGINE CO, 3837, 1955, from an Austerity type 0-6-0ST ordered by the National Coal Board and delivered in December 1955 to Michael Colliery, Fife, their No 21. It went to the NCB's Dysart Works in about February 1966 for re-boilering and then returned to Michael Colliery. It moved to Comrie Colliery, Fife in about June 1968, and was fitted with a Giesl Ejector and re-numbered to No 5. It was acquired by the Scottish Railway Preservation Society in May 1985. Cast brass 11½"x8", the plate has been completely cleaned. - Sold for £420 to commission or postal bidder number 3912.

Lot 107 A Midland Railway signal box lever plate, DISC FROM BIRCHWOOD COLLIERY TO DOWN LINE, from a box on the Pye Bridge to Kirkby in Ashfield route, engraved brass, 4"x5". - Sold for £50.

Lot 108 A shedplate, 50B Leeds Neville Hill (1948 to February 1959) then Hull Dairycoates (February 1959 and closed to steam June 1967). The ex NER shed at Neville Hill was home to around 80 locos, including 5 A3s, 5 B1 namers, and 5 Hunts. Ex NER shed Hull Dairycoates, formerly 53A, had an allocation of 90 locos when it took over this code. Ex loco condition. - Sold for £150.

Lot 109 A pair of Cunard silver plated vases, by Gladwins. Each 6¾" high with weighted bases. The rims slightly out of true. (2).

Lot 110 A Tyers No 6 single line tablet, EAST WINCH-SWAFFHAM, (alloy), from the Kings Lynn to Swaffham branch, which closed in 1968. - Sold for £80.

Lot 111 A worksplate, YORKSHIRE ENGINE Co No 2885, 1963, from a 300hp 0-4-0DE ex works on 5 July 1963 to Richard Thomas & Baldwins Ltd at Spencer Works, their No 32. It went to Thomas Hill Ltd at Rotherham on 16 April 1969 and to Shelton Iron & Steel Ltd at Etruria Iron & Steel Works on 30 July 1969 where it was named EARL GRANVILLE and became part of the British Steel Corporation. Out of use from June 1978, it was scrapped in about 1986. Cast brass 11"x6", in ex loco condition. - Sold for £85.

Lot 112 A BR(M) totem, RHYL, (h/f), from the Chester and Holyhead main line. Edge chips in the lower panel and a chip over the R. - Sold for £460.

Lot 113 An original painting, LNER 3289, ON THE TURNTABLE, by R.F. Berridge, oil on board, 25½"x18½". - Sold for £220.

Lot 114 A carriage print BLANKNEY, NORFOLK, by Acanthus, from the LNER post-war series, in its original compartment frame. - Sold for £260 to commission or postal bidder number 1075.

Lot 115 A worksplate, BUILT 1953 HORWICH, from a BR Standard Class 4 2-6-0. Those built at Horwich that year were 76006-19. Cast iron 10½"x6", in ex loco condition. - Sold for £220 to commission or postal bidder number 2976.

Lot 116 A LNER cast iron seat back plate, ELLERBY, from the Hull to Hornsea branch which closed in 1964, repainted, 25¾" long. - Sold for £740 to commission or postal bidder number 4589.

Lot 117 A LNER Grecian pattern china jug, 5" high. The base marked with the company monogram. - Sold for £85.

Lot 118 A shedplate, 52A Gateshead (1949 to June 1965 for steam, May 1988 totally). By the end of the 1950s this shed had a star studded allocation of 90 locos, including 8 A4s, 13 A3s, 14 A1s, 4 A2s, 2 Antelope B1s and 2 named V2s. After closure to steam some of its diesel allocation carried this style of code, which were often made of brass. Ex loco condition. - Sold for £50.

Lot 119 A Tallyllyn Railway double royal poster, DOLGOCH STATION, by Cuneo. Rolled. - Sold for £180 to commission or postal bidder number 4483.

Lot 120 A worksplate, LMS BUILT 1929 CREWE, from an LMS Class 7F 0-8-0 No 9598 which became BR 49598. Withdrawn in January 1959 and scrapped at Horwich Works. Cast brass 10½"x6", the front repainted. - Sold for £310.

Lot 121 A London Transport enamel plate showing the target motif, with pierced lines above and below the name, 8¼"x3". - Sold for £250.

Lot 122 A Great Western Railway vacuum gauge 6" diameter, the surround stamped GWR 4-3-90. - Sold for £220.

Lot 123 A LNER Grecian pattern china bowl. The base marked with company initials. - Sold for £50.

Lot 124 A worksplate, NORTH BRITISH LOCOMOTIVE Co 26547, 1949, from a 3ft 6ins gauge Western Australian Government Railways Class Pm 4-6-2 No 703. It entered service on 16 February 1950 and was withdrawn on 10 September 1970, the first of the Class to go. Cast brass, 13½"x5½", the front cleaned but unpainted. - Sold for £180.

Lot 125 An unusual three aspect lever operated handlamp by J.H Stewart, Optician to Her Majesty's Government, Strand and Cornhill, London. The lamp comprises a large detachable bulls-eye lens, side door for slide-in vessel (vessel absent) and a spring lever mechanism. Fine original condition. - Sold for £50.

Lot 126 A Caledonian Railway guards whistle. The company initials on the lip, complete with ring and chain. - Sold for £65.

Lot 127 A worksplate, NORTH BRITISH LOCO Co, 25879, 1946, from an LNER B1 Class 4-6-0 No 1123, BR 61123. At Leicester GC by January 1948 and later Colwick, Ardsley, Copley Hill, Wakefield and York North from where it was withdrawn on 11 May 1967 and scrapped by Drapers at Hull by 9 December 1967. A few service knocks, the front lightly cleaned. - Sold for £270 to commission or postal bidder number 1004.

Lot 128 A BR(M) totem, MEOLS COP, (f/f), from the Southport to Wigan route, a crease to the right side repainted and a few surface marks. - Sold for £300 to commission or postal bidder number 904.

Lot 129 A shedplate 16C Kirkby-in-Ashfield (1948 to October 1955), then Mansfield (October 1955 to April 1960), then Derby (September 1963 to March 1967 for steam). The ex MR shed at Kirkby had over 60 locos in the 1950s. Mansfield, another MR shed, had 30 locos when it adopted this code. Finally, Derby – the MR HQ – had 40 steam locos, along with numerous diesels that also used this code. The front of the plate has been repainted. - Sold for £40.

Lot 130 An original painting, GWR 2987 BRIDE OF LAMMERMOOR, on the sea wall near Teignmouth, by Gerald Broom, oil on board, 34"x24", a little crazing in places.

Lot 131 A BR(S) quad royal poster, SIGNAL SUCCESS, by Cuneo. Edge nicks in places. (AD7214/26756) - Sold for £65.

Lot 132 A Great Central Railway pale green glass whiskey bottle, 7½" high. - Sold for £70.

Lot 133 A BR(M) enamel doorplate, TICKETS, (f/f), 18"x4¼", minor rim chips. - Sold for £160.

Lot 134 A GWR Hotels 3¾" silver plated milk jug, by Martin Hall. - Sold for £90 to commission or postal bidder number 4465.

Lot 135 A GWR cast iron cabside numberplate, 5235, from a 4200 Class 2-8-0T built at Swindon in July 1924. A long time Newport Pill loco and later Ebbw Junction and Severn Tunnel Junction from where it was withdrawn on 10 September 1965 and sold for scrap on 21 October 1965 to Birds Commercial Motors at Morriston. Ex loco condition. - Sold for £440.

Lot 136 A time clock by The National Time Recorder Company, complete with pendulum and key. The clock was used at Exmouth Junction Shed, and is complete with timecards. - Sold for £250 to commission or postal bidder number 2981.

Lot 137 A carriage print, KILLIECRANKIE, PERTHSHIRE, by Jack Merriott R.I. from the LNER post war series. - Sold for £70.

Lot 138 A worksplate, LMS REBUILT 1920 DERBY, possibly from a Midland Railway Johnson Class 3F 0-6-0 in the number series (4)3190-(4)3764 which were rebuilt by Fowler with Belpaire boilers between 1916 and 1925. Cast brass 10½"x6", a little wasting at the bolt holes, the front repainted. - Sold for £90.

Lot 139 A Canadian Pacific 4" liquer glass, the side marked with the company name. - Sold for £40.

Lot 140 A Webb and Thompson large train staff, OCKENDON-WEST THURROCK. From the Upminster to Grays section of the London, Tilbury and Southend route. - Sold for £140.

Lot 141 A worksplate, GEC TRACTION LIMITED, No 5438, 1977, built BAGULEY DREWRY, from a 236hp 0-4-0DE new to British Steel Corporation, Blast Furnace Highline, Appleby-Frodingham Works at Scunthorpe, their No 5, and withdrawn by 1993. Cast aluminium, 10"x4½", loss to the lower left bolt hole, the front repainted. - Sold for £160.

Lot 142 A BR(Sc) double royal poster, BY RAIL TO THE HIGHLANDS, MONESSIE GORGE, by Cuneo. The poster has been professionally mounted on a wooden frame for exhibition and is signed by the artist. (BB8830) - Sold for £150.

Lot 143 A Canadian Pacific Steamers serving plate by Copeland. 9½"x10", with detail in relief at the sides.

Lot 144 A nameplate, OCEAN, from the LMS Jubilee Class 4-6-0 No 5730, BR 45730, built at Crewe in 1936 and named when built after the Royal Navy battleship (1898-1915) mined in the Dardanelles. Allocated new to Rugby on 16 October 1936, it spent most of its life at Carlisle Kingmoor, finishing its days at Carnforth and Warrington Dallam from where it was withdrawn by 5 October 1963 and sold for scrap to T.W. Ward at Beighton. 28¾" long, the front repainted. - Sold for £7600.

Lot 145 A worksplate, WALKERS, MARYBOROUGH, 148, 1911, from a Queensland Government Railways PB15 Class 4-6-0 No 551, withdrawn in December 1968. Cast brass 11¾"x9¼", the front lightly cleaned. - Sold for £160.

Lot 146 A shedplate 64B Haymarket (1949 to September 1963 for steam). This ex NBR shed's allocation in 1959 numbered 5 A1s, 10 A2s, 15 A3s, 7 A4s, 4 B1 namers, 6 D11s, 4 D49s, and 2 named J36s. This left only 16 unnamed engines in a total of 73! Its allocation of Deltics would also carry this code at some time in their life. The front repainted. - Sold for £150.

Lot 147 A BR(M) totem, PRESTATYN, (h/f), from the Chester to Holyhead main line. Two edge chips into the maroon have been restored. - Sold for £460.

Lot 148 A one pint pewter tankard engraved L HOUGHTON, RAILWAY TAVERN, WANDSWORTH.

Lot 149 A London and North Western Railway white metal pencil stand from an office desk. The company initials stamped on the top. - Sold for £160.

Lot 150 A London and North Western Railway, Fletchers signal box block instrument and bell with traffolite plate, TRING No 2, the glass in the front is absent. - Sold for £140.

Lot 151 A BR(M) double royal poster, LIVERPOOL CATHEDRAL, by Felix Kelly. A repair to a split near the base. (LM14556) - Sold for £80.

Lot 152 A GWR pocket watch by Record, the back engraved GWR 0-2135. A little wear to the back of the case. - Sold for £100.

Lot 153 An original painting, CORNISH BRANCH TRAIN, GWR 4540, by Vic Millington, water colour on board, 32½"x23¾". - Sold for £210 to commission or postal bidder number 807.

Lot 154 A Midland Railway signal lever plate, INTERMEDIATE DISTANT FROM SHEFFIELD, engraved brass, 5"x4", well polished. - Sold for £50.

Lot 155 An original painting, MIDLAND RAILWAY 767, by R.F. Berridge, oil on board, 15½"x13½". - Sold for £150.

Lot 156 A carriage print, NORWICH, PULLS FERRY, by Kenneth Steel, from the LNER post war series. - Sold for £85.

Lot 157 A Canadian Pacific Steamships china bowl by Minton. Floral pattern, 5¼" diameter, the base marked with the company shield. - Sold for £60 to commission or postal bidder number 364.

Lot 158 A worksplate, LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY, 5910, DARLINGTON WORKS, 1926, from a LNER J38 Class 0-6-0 No 1411, renumbered 5910 in 1946, BR 65910. A long time Thornton Junction engine, it was withdrawn from there on 14 July 1966 and sold for scrap to Campbells at Airdrie. Cast iron 9"x5", with brass renumbering strip, the front repainted. - Sold for £260.

Lot 159 A Metropolitan Carriage and Wagon Company brass step tread, dated 1925. Cast brass 57¼"x3½". - Sold for £190.

Lot 160 A shedplate 66A Polmadie (1949 to May 1967 for steam). This ex CR shed had 182 locos allocated in 1959. They included 5 Royal Scots, 2 Princess Royals, 7 Coronations, 3 Britannias and 5 Clans. In just six years this number had dwindled to 40, but did include 3 A2 Pacifics. The plate has been repainted. - Sold for £80 to commission or postal bidder number 2314.

Lot 161 A coat of arms transfer, CHESHIRE LINES COMMITTEE, mounted,20"x15½", overall 22½"x18". - Sold for £40.

Lot 162 A London Brighton and South Coast Railway numberplate, LBSC, 8 TONS, 3631, from a parcel van or wagon, 9"x7", repainted. - Sold for £60.

Lot 163 A BR(NE) totem, BATLEY, (flangeless) from the Leeds to Huddersfield route. Minor edge chips otherwise excellent.

Lot 164 A Stanier hooter locomotive whistle from an LMS Class 8F 2-8-0 No 8005, BR 48005. Ex loco condition, 16" high. - Sold for £230.00 to commission or postal bidder number 307.

Lot 165 A single line key token, GOODRINGTON-CHURSTON, (alloy) from the Paignton to Kingswear route. - Sold for £50.

Lot 166 A BR(NE) enamel sign, AMBULANCE STATION No 11, (f/f), 24"x12" small face chips in places and slight loss of shine. - Sold for £110.

Lot 167 A worksplate, BIRMINGHAM RAILWAY CARRIAGE & WAGON Co, 1958, DEL 70 from D5325, later 26025. New to Haymarket in May 1959, withdrawn from Inverness in October 1993 and now in preservation. Cast brass 4"x3", ex loco condition. - Sold for £160.

Lot 168 A BR(M) totem, WINGFIELD, (f/f) from the Derby to Chesterfield main line. The station closed in 1967. slightly mottled. - Sold for £400.

Lot 169 A pair of GWR locomotive whistles, one large, one small, each polished. (2) - Sold for £190.

Lot 170 A worksplate, LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY, 4925, 1937, from a LNER J39 Class 0-6-0 No 1577 built by Beyer Peacock, Works No 6822, in April 1937, renumbered 4925 in 1946, BR 64925. At Darlington by January 1948 and later Blaydon and Tweedmouth from where it was withdrawn on 3 December 1962 and cut up at Darlington Works. Cast brass 9"x5", cleaned but unpainted. - Sold for £250.

Lot 171 A shedplate 12B Carlisle Upperby (1935 to June 1950), then Carlisle Canal (June 1950 to July 1951), then Penrith (October 1955 to February 1958), and finally Carlisle Upperby (February 1958 to closure to steam January 1968). This code is probably best known for its use as Carlisle Upperby, the ex LNWR shed having around 90 locos at the height of its importance. The ex NBR shed at Canal had the distinction of having four A3s and five D49s carrying this code among its 60 occupants. Out of use between 1951 and 1955, only six locos at Penrith carried 12B until Upperby regained it in 1958. Ex loco condition. - Sold for £180 to commission or postal bidder number 4696.

Lot 172 A Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway dark green glass half pint beer bottle. The side marked L&YR, LIVERPOOL, 8¼" high.

Lot 173 A carriage print, ST MAWES, near FALMOUTH, CORNWALL by Gyrth Russell, from the Western Region series. A little fading. - Sold for £40.

Lot 174 A Belfast Steam Ship Co sherry glass, the side marked with the company name in scrollwork.

Lot 175 An original painting, LNWR TANK LOCO 7640, by Michael Jefferies, oil on canvas, 32½"x22½". - Sold for £320.

Lot 176 A locomotive regulator handle from an LMS Class 5 4-6-0 No 4809, BR 44809, built at Derby and allocated new to Derby shed on 28 September 1944. Withdrawn from Carnforth by 3 August 1968, it was cut up by Drapers at Hull by 30 November 1968. Overall 37" long, repainted. - Sold for £230.

Lot 177 An enamel cab destination plate, RICHMOND-CROXLEY GREEN. Carried by D.C. electric units. 28½" long, edge chipping and fading to one side. - Sold for £90.

Lot 178 A CALEDONIAN HOTEL, EDINBURGH china cake plate, by J Mc Donald of Bristol Port Edinburgh, base marked, 8¾" diameter. - Sold for £100.

Lot 179 A LNER Grecian pattern china tea pot. The base marked LNER Hotels. - Sold for £85.

Lot 180 A BR(NE) totem, NEWLAY & HORSFORTH, (f/f). The station was situated outside Leeds on the main line to Skipton and Carlisle. Some face wear and a crease to the right side have been restored.

Lot 181 A brass cabside numberplate, SOUTHERN RAILWAY, 666, from a London & South Western Railway X6 Class 4-4-0 No 666 designed by Adams and built at Nine Elms Works in 1896. It became SR 666 and was withdrawn in June 1943. Cast brass 13½"x7½", in ex loco condition.

Lot 182 A LNER Hotel Kings Cross, silver plated vegetable dish, by Walker and Hall, 10" diameter. - Sold for £110 to commission or postal bidder number 4059.

Lot 183 An original painting, GWR 6000, KING GEORGE V, by Michael Jefferies, oil on canvas, 32½"x22½". - Sold for £320.

Lot 184 A nameplate GRANITE CITY, from HST Class 43 power car 43040. Named at Aberdeen Station in June 1990, this silver reflective plate was removed in January 1996. 27½"x6", ex loco condition. - Sold for £400.

Lot 185 A GWR wooden leaflet rack. The front marked, PLEASE TAKE ONE, in gilt lettering. The base and back branded with company initials. - Sold for £220.

Lot 186 A BR(NE) quad royal poster, MAP OF YORKSHIRE, by Estra Clarke 1949. Wear to top right border. (PP1096) - Sold for £130 to commission or postal bidder number 3463.

Lot 187 A locomotive nameplate, LORD HAWKE, from the SR Lord Nelson Class 4-6-0 built at Eastleigh in April 1929 No E860/860, becoming BR 30860. A long time Nine Elms loco, it moved towards the end to Bournemouth and Eastleigh from where it was withdrawn by 11 August 1962 and cut up at the nearby Works on 31 August. 45½" long, the front repainted.

Lot 188 A BR(Sc) enamel doorplate, WAITING ROOM, (f/f), 18"x6", a few surface marks and a chip repair top right. - Sold for £80.

Lot 189 A BR(S) 8" dial roundhead wall clock complete with fusee movement, pendulum and key. The face and back of the case marked 10640. - Sold for £360.

Lot 190 A smokebox numberplate, 9766, from a GWR 8750 Class 0-6-0PT built at Swindon in October 1935. A long time Duffryn Yard loco, it finished its days at Neath Court Sart from where it was withdrawn by 4 July 1964 and sold for scrap on 24 August to Steel Supply (Western) Ltd at Swansea. Ex loco condition. - Sold for £300.

Lot 191 A Midland Railway signal box lever plate, CONTROLS No 32 SIGNAL WORKED FROM DERBY JUNCTION, engraved brass, 4"x5", some surface marks. The junction was situated to the north of Derby Midland station. - Sold for £75.

Lot 192 A South African Railway locomotive nameplate, BETHLEHEM, as carried by various classes of SAR locos including Class 15F and Class 25NC working from Bethlehem. Cast brass 59" long, the front repainted. - Sold for £1150.

Lot 193 A LMS cast iron trespass notice. 19¼"x25½", original condition. - Sold for £260.

Lot 194 A worksplate, BRUSH TRACTION No 338, 1961, England, from a standard gauge 0-4-0DE new to Park Gate Iron & Steel Co at Rotherham, their No 92, where it spent all its working life until withdrawal and eventual scrapping. Cast aluminium, 9½"x5¾", the front repainted. - Sold for £100.

Lot 195 A worksplate, BUILT BY AND ON LOAN TO LONDON NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY Co, 1944, DONCASTER WORKS No 1959, from an LMS Class 8F 2-8-0 No 8513, BR 48513. Loaned new to the LNER on 26 April 1944, first at Heaton, then New England, Gorton and Immingham before transferring to the LMS at Wakefield in January 1947. It spent almost all its BR days at Edge Hill from where it was withdrawn on 15 March 1967 and sold for scrap to Cashmores at Great Bridge, entering their yard on 17 August 1967. Cast iron 13¼"x7¾", the front repainted. - Sold for £980.

Lot 196 A locomotive nameplate, WARRIOR, as carried by the GWR 4500 Class 2-6-2T No 4555 when working on the Dartmouth Steam Railway. 36½" long in ex loco condition; the plate follows the design of the GWR County Class 4-6-0 straight nameplates. - Sold for £210.00.

Lot 197 A London Brighton and South Coast Railway porters cap. The inside marked, LB & SC, H. Lottery & Co, 1919, one strap button detached but present. - Sold for £300 to commission or postal bidder number 990.

Lot 198 A LNER double royal poster, CAMBRIDGE, by Fred Taylor. - Sold for £70.

Lot 199 A shedplate, 26A Newton Heath (1935 to September 1963). This ex LYR shed had an allocation of 170 locos. During this period two of the four named Black 5s were shedded here. Recoded 9D in 1963, it closed to steam in February 1968. The front repainted. - Sold for £100.

Lot 200 A Midland Railway Hotels ashtray and matchbox holder by McIntyre of Burslem. The side advertises Bryant & May's Safety Matches, 4¼"x4¾" overall. - Sold for £65.

Lot 201 A carriage print, ANSTEY, HERTFORDSHIRE, by Gyrth Russell, S.M.A. from the LNER post war series.

Lot 202 A BR(S) totem, HIGHAM, (f/f) from the Gravesend to Paddock Wood route. Excellent condition. - Sold for £300.

Lot 203 A Great Central Railway viaduct plate, G.C.R, 374 (97), from the Company's viaduct at Leicester, the number in brackets being the arch number. Repainted 13½"x11½". - Sold for £140 to commission or postal bidder number 706.

Lot 204 A worksplate, No 61361, 1948, from a (LNER) B1 Class 4-6-0 built by the North British Locomotive Co, Works No 26820, actually in March 1950. New to Stratford on 24 March 1950, its later sheds were Colchester, Parkeston and Colwick from where it was withdrawn on 26 December 1965 and despatched for scrap to Garnham Harris at Chesterfield on 1 March 1966. Engraved brass 12¼"x6½", the front lightly polished. - Sold for £340.

Lot 205 An original painting, SOUTHERN RAILWAY 914 EASTBOURNE, by Victor Welch, watercolour, 25½"x18½". - Sold for £260 to commission or postal bidder number 209.

Lot 206 A BR(S) enamel sign, CHILHAM T.P. HUT (flangeless). from the Canterbury West to Ashford route, 26"x6". A chip at the top left screw hole and two minor edge chips. - Sold for £40.

Lot 207 An LMS directors free pass, SIR THOMAS BROCKLEBANK BT 83, silver with gold surround and detail, 1¼" diameter. - Sold for £360.

Lot 208 An East Coast Joint double royal poster produced by the Great Northern, North Eastern and North British Companies and showing clan tartans. The poster has been professionally mounted in a wooden frame for exhibition. - Sold for £160 to commission or postal bidder number 3565.

Lot 209 A Furness Railway guards whistle, marked with company initials. Working order. - Sold for £210.

Lot 210 A South African Railways cabside numberplate, 1735, 14R, from a 3ft 6ins gauge SAR Class 14R 4-8-2, a development of the earlier Class 12. All the Class 14 locos were reboilered and re-classified to Class 14R and their numberplates amended accordingly. All were retired by 1983. Cast brass, 20¾"x14½", the plate has suffered accident damage and has been repaired. The front repainted. - Sold for £220.

Lot 211 A Great Northern Railway pattern signal box block bell with a brass plate, MILE END, a box north of Liverpool Street. - Sold for £75.

Lot 212 A shedplate 75C Norwood Junction (1950 to January 1964 to steam, total closure in 1966) In early BR days this ex SR shed had 40 locos, which was reduced to 18 in its final year. A small fleet of diesel shunters also carried this code; 3 03s, 15 08s and 3 of their SR forerunners. Repainted, the BR(S) triangle on the back. - Sold for £60.

Lot 213 A BR(NER) quad royal poster, NORTHUMBERLAND AND DURHAM, by Donald Blake. The Border Counties line from Hexham to Riccarton Juncton is shown, together with the Tweedmouth to St Boswells route. (55) - Sold for £220.

Lot 214 A GWR Restaurant Cars rosebud pattern, kidney shaped dish by Wedgwood. 9"x6¼". - Sold for £85.

Lot 215 A worksplate, ANDREW BARCLAY No 1923, 1927, from an LMS Class 4F 0-6-0 No 4379, BR 44379. At Plodder Lane by January 1935 and later Sutton Oak, Stoke, Stockport, Heaton Mersey and Kirkby from where it was withdrawn in September 1964 and despatched for scrap to George Cohen at Rotherham on 24 February 1965. Cast brass 9½"x7", the front repainted. - Sold for £430.

Lot 216 A North British Railway copper frying pan, stamped, N.B.HOTEL EDINBURGH, 9" diameter, overall 18½" with handle. - Sold for £240 to commission or postal bidder number 4059.

Lot 217 A worksplate, LMS BUILT 1935, CREWE. Locos built at Crewe in 1935 were Class 5 4-6-0 (4)5000-19/70-4, Jubilee 4-6-0 (4)5647-54/65-81, Class 8F 2-8-0 (4)8000-11 and the infamous Turbo-motive (4)6202. Cast brass 10½"x6", the front polished and repainted - Sold for £310.

Lot 218 A BR(M) totem, HELLIFIELD, (f/f) from the Skipton to Carlisle main line, once the principal station on the route. A few edge chips into the maroon neatly repainted. - Sold for £600.00.

Lot 219 A leather cash bag with brass plate, BARROW HILL & STAVELEY WORKS, LMS. The station was on the Chesterfield to Rotherham route and closed in 1954. - Sold for £100.

Lot 220 A BR(M) enamel sign, ADDITIONAL LAVATORIES AVAILABLE IN CONCOURSE BY PLATFORMS 7-16, (f/f) 42"x12", some face and edge chips and two small face fixing holes, possible locations would be Manchester Victoria and Exchange or Euston. - Sold for £160.

Lot 221 A Manchester, Sheffield & Lincolnshire Railway pale green glass whisky bottle, 6" high. - Sold for £130.

Lot 222 A BR(W) double royal poster, BARMOUTH, QUEEN OF THE CAMBRIAN COAST, by Henry Stringer. (PR144(a)/62) - Sold for £70.

Lot 223 A Great Eastern Railway signal box nameboard, COKE OVENS JUNCTION. 90"x11¾". The box was situated outside Lowestoft Central, the junction for the Norfolk and Suffolk Joint Line. The end beading is absent. - Sold for £360 to commission or postal bidder number 2521.

Lot 224 A worksplate, VULCAN FOUNDRY, 5111, 1944, from a War Department Austerity 2-8-0 built by Vulcan to Ministry of Supply order, WD No 78710. Loaned to the LNER in November 1945 and purchased by them in December 1946, LNER Class O7 No 3174, becoming BR 63174 in 1948 and 90495 in 1950. Allocated first to New England but spent most of its life at Mexborough from where it was withdrawn on 29 December 1962 and despatched for scrap to Central Wagon Co at Wigan on 9 July 1963. Cast brass 9¾"x5¾", the front repainted. - Sold for £350.

Lot 225 A Great Central Railway small 5" glass whisky flask. - Sold for £60 to commission or postal bidder number 2058.

Lot 226 An original painting, GWR 1412 ON SCOTCH EXPRESS AT POTTERS BAR, by L.P.C. oil on board, 16 ½"x13".

Lot 227 A London Brighton & South Coast Railway titled notice warning of Consumption. Embossed tinplate, 6½"x4½", some corrosion and loss at two screw holes. - Sold for £60.

Lot 228 A three aspect handlamp, the style reminiscent of the Cambrian Railway but with a GCR burner. Complete and unrestored. - Sold for £80.

Lot 229 A builder's plate, BRUSH STANDARD TRUCK No 5837, from a Grimsby and Immingham Electric Railway car. This plate was carried on the bogie of one of the cars. Cast iron 8½"x3", a portion of the rim at the left side absent, the front repainted. - Sold for £30.

Lot 230 A single line key token, RUFFORD JC-RUFFORD BRANCH (steel), from a colliery line close to Mansfield which closed in 1993. - Sold for £30.

Lot 231 A shedplate, 55A Leeds Holbeck (October 1956 to October 1967 closed to steam). The ex MR shed at Holbeck was transferred from the LMR (20A) to the NER in 1956. 80 locos were present when this change took place. In the early 1960s its allocation of A3s, Jubilees and Royal Scots, were often seen working over the Settle and Carlisle line. Its Class 45 Peaks also carried this style of plate. Ex loco condition. - Sold for £130 to commission or postal bidder number 214.

Lot 232 A Tyers No 6 single line tablet, BREAMORE-FORDINGBRIDGE, (fibre) from the Salisbury to Wimborne route, which closed in 1964. - Sold for £160.

Lot 233 A GWR carriage print, PAIGNTON & TORQUAY, GWR, by the Photochrom Company, - Sold for £60.

Lot 234 A Railway Signal Company miniature train staff, WHELLEY JCT-HAIGH JUNCTION, from the Chorley to Hindley route, this short section closing in 1967. - Sold for £100.

Lot 235 A Blue Star Line china egg cup, double ended to accommodate a duck or hen's egg. - Sold for £55.

Lot 236 A locomotive nameplate, HIROLA, from the LNER B1 Class 4-6-0 No 1023, BR 61023, built at Darlington, Works No 2003, in April 1947 and named after a species of antelope found in Kenya to southern Somalia. At Heaton by January 1948, its later sheds included Darlington, Ardsley, Copley Hill and Low Moor from where it was withdrawn on 31 October 1965 and sold for scrap to Hughes Bolckows at Blyth, entering their yard on 16 February 1966. 43"long, the front repainted. - Sold for £6000.

Lot 237 A BR(NE) double royal poster, YORK, THE SHAMBLES, by A. Carr Linford. (1/62) - Sold for £70.

Lot 238 A worksplate, GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY, DONCASTER, No 1247, 1909, from a GNR Class J22, LNER J5 Class, 0-6-0, GNR No 34, LNER 3034, renumbered 5493 in 1946, BR 65493. At Colwick by January 1948, it was withdrawn from there on 2 August 1954. Engraved brass 12½"x7½", the front lightly polished, the back stamped 3034. - Sold for £600.

Lot 239 A BR(M) totem, BARROW ON SOAR, (f/f). The station was on the Midland main line between Leicester and Loughborough and closed in 1968. Minor surface marks, otherwise excellent.

Lot 240 A shedplate 26E Bacup (1935 to October 1954), then Lees (October 1954 to September 1963). The ex LYR shed at Bacup had just 13 locos. The ex LNWR shed at Lees, formerly 26F, had 20 locos during the time it used this code. It became 9P and closed in April 1964. The front repainted. - Sold for £70.

Lot 241 A Gold Coast Railway, mounted transfer, 5¾"x6¾", overall 9"x9¾". - Sold for £55 to commission or postal bidder number 2902.

Lot 242 A Cunard Line cuboid tea pot by Myott, with gold rim. This style was used on the Queen Elizabeth and Queen Mary.

Lot 243 A BR(E) enamel doorplate, WAITING ROOM, (flangeless), 18"x6", minor edge chips. - Sold for £80.

Lot 244 A Taff Vale Railway pewter inkwell inscribed T V R Co written in floral design. The side is also marked, CROCKHERBTOWN, and the base, BOOKING OFFICE. - Sold for £130.

Lot 245 A worksplate, HUNSLET 7263, 1972, from a 256hp 0-4-0DH No DH.402 new to the British Steel Corporation at Ravenscraig Works, Motherwell. Withdrawn and dismantled by January 1982, its frames were converted to a barrier wagon and the remains scrapped by August 1993. Cast brass 11½"x8", ex loco condition. - Sold for £60.

Lot 246 A Midland Railway signal box block bell, restored and complete with chromed bell. - Sold for £80.

Lot 247 A worksplate, BUILT 1956, DONCASTER. Locos built that year were BR Standard Class 5 4-6-0 73109/20-24/55-58 and Class 4 2-6-0 76050-2/63-74. Cast iron, 10½"x6", the front repainted. - Sold for £120.

Lot 248 A Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway signal box frame plate as mounted above the lever description board, L&YR HORWICH, cast iron 33"x6¾", the front repainted. - Sold for £210.

Lot 249 A Railway Executive (ScR) double royal poster, DUNOON, ON THE FIRTH OF CLYDE, by Montague B Black. (B.1031) - Sold for £430 to commission or postal bidder number 3916.

Lot 250 A locomotive nameplate, JUBILEE with its matching Hunslet worksplate No 1799, 1935, from a standard gauge 0-6-0ST new to Grassmore Colliery Co Ltd near Chesterfield. On closure of Grassmore Colliery and Coke Ovens in June 1960, it was sent to Holmewood Colliery in about March 1961 and subsequently scrapped. The nameplate 26¼" long, the worksplate 11½"x8¼", both repainted. (2) - Sold for £500.

Lot 251 A Red Star Line silver plated 8½" long serving dish, by Elkington. - Sold for £30.

Lot 252 A pair of GWR scroll pattern platform seat supports, one with its wooden foot. - Sold for £420.

Lot 253 A smokebox numberplate, 35029, from the (SR) Merchant Navy Class 4-6-2, ELLERMAN LINES, built at Eastleigh and allocated new to Bournemouth on 19 February 1949 and later Dover, Nine Elms and Weymouth from where it was withdrawn on 11 September 1966. Sold for scrap to Woodham Bros at Barry, it survived the cutter's torch and was acquired by the National Railway Museum at York where it is on sectionalized public display. The front repainted, the BR(S) triangle on the back. - Sold for £3400 to commission or postal bidder number 3920.

Lot 254 A BR(M) enamel poster board header, BUS SERVICES, 25¼"x5¾", a tiny chip by the screw holes, otherwise excellent. - Sold for £60.

Lot 255 A shedplate 85B Gloucester Horton Road (1949 to January 1966). This ex GWR shed had 100 locos on its books in the 1950s, which included Castles, Manors, and Halls. In the final 12 months it still maintained four Castles and four Halls in an allocation of 35 locos. Repainted. - Sold for £300 to commission or postal bidder number 2409.

Lot 256 A BR(Sc) totem, UPPER GREENOCK, (f/f) from the Wemyss Bay branch. The station closed in 1968. A small chip repair above the second E and slight loss of shine. - Sold for £540.

Lot 257 A worksplate, ANDREW BARCLAY, 2037, 1937, from a standard gauge 0-4-0 crane tank new to Stanton Ironworks Co Ltd (later Stanton & Staveley Ltd), their STANTON NO 34, where it was used for loading barges on the Erewash Canal. It worked at Stanton Ironworks all its life except for a short period in 1957 on loan to Riddings Foundry. Scrapped some time after 1963. Cast brass, 16¾"x11¾", the front repainted. - Sold for £350.

Lot 258 An LMS rosebud pattern china tea pot by Grindley. The base marked, LMS DINING CARS JULY 1936. - Sold for £55.

Lot 259 A London & North Western Railway poster advertising the hotels operated by the company and its allies. 17½"x36" on wooden panel. The poster was discovered during the demolition of Euston Station in the 1960s. There is some surface damage and wear but it is nevertheless a rare example and unusual survivor. - Sold for £90.

Lot 260 A signal box diagram, STAINES WEST No 1 GROUND FRAME, July 1959. The terminus of the branch from West Drayton, which closed to passengers in 1965. 26¼"x12¼". Unframed. - Sold for £120.

Lot 261 A Midland Railway short blue drinking glass from a first aid box, the side marked with the company initials. - Sold for £40.

Lot 262 A single line key token, BRORA-HELMSDALE, (chromed steel), from the Far North line between Inverness, Wick and Thurso. - Sold for £110.

Lot 263 A double royal poster, WESTERN HIGHLANDS & ISLANDS BY MACBRAYNES, by Nicholson, a repair to a split at the top left. (PD/1005/6). - Sold for £70.

Lot 264 A Southern Railway brass headlamp from a Bulleid Pacific locomotive. Complete with switch and bulb holder. - Sold for £180.

Lot 265 A South African Railways brass cabside numberplate 3708, S2, from a Class S2 0-8-0 built by Krupp, Works No 2973, in 1952. Last used at Capital Park, withdrawn by 1981 and scrapped in November 1984. Cast brass 20¾"x14¼", the front repainted. - Sold for £220.

Lot 266 A LMS chair with arms, the company initials on the back bar, some wear to the seat fabric.

Lot 267 A tenderplate LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY 7258 DARLINGTON WORKS 1942, initially allotted to V2 Class 2-6-2 No 3671, renumbered 959 in 1946, becoming BR 60959. Cast brass, 9"x5", the plate has been cleaned and the front repainted. - Sold for £150.

Lot 268 A BR(Sc) totem, CORKERHILL, (h/f) from the Glasgow to Paisley route, a location famous for its engine sheds. Face chips, loss of colour and surface wear; would benefit from restoration. - Sold for £200.

Lot 269 A worksplate, LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY, 9185, NB LOCO Co 1913, from a North British Railway Class A, LNER N15 Class, 0-6-2T No 9219 built by NBL, Works No 20164, in May 1913, renumbered 9185 in 1946, BR 69185. At Carlisle Canal by January 1948 and later Eastfield and St Margarets from where it was withdrawn on 27 July 1959 and cut up at Cowlairs Works. Cast brass 9"x5", the front repainted. The first digit of the year has been cast upside down. - Sold for £210.

Lot 270 A group of SOUTHAMPTON, ISLE OF WIGHT & SOUTH OF ENGLAND ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET COMPANY china, a teapot by Dunn Bennett, a gravy boat by T Hayward and an oval divided vegetable dish by Dunn Bennett (3) - Sold for £230.

Lot 271 A Great Northern Railway three aspect handlamp with a brass plate, LONDON GOODS OUT SHED. The lamp is cleaned but unpainted and complete with an LNER vessel. The top and body are both stamped GNR but with different numbers. - Sold for £90.

Lot 272 A tenderplate, LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY 8937, DARLINGTON 1922, applied to one of a batch of tenders coupled with North Eastern Railway J27 Class 0-6-0s and which were numbered in the 89XX series after twelve of the Class returned from the Southern Area to the North Eastern Area in 1940. Cast brass 9"x5", ex loco condition. - Sold for £150.

Lot 273 An enamel advertising sign, SPRATTS BUILDS UP A DOG, 24"x12", minor edge chipping. - Sold for £180.

Lot 274 A BR(Sc) quad royal poster, BI-CENTENERY OF THE BIRTH OF ROBERT BURNS 1795, by Nicholson. Two horizontal repairs to the right side. (B25267). - Sold for £45.

Lot 275 A shedplate 41A Sheffield Darnall (November 1957 to June 1963 for steam, October 1965 totally). Formerly 39B, this ex GCR shed had 100 locos allocated in the period it carried this code, most notably 10 GCR D11 4-4-0s. The code was then adopted in 1964 by the new diesel depot at Tinsley, where several locos carried these cast iron plates. The plate has been repainted.

Lot 276 A Tyers No 6 single line tablet, HALTWHISTLE-LAMBLEY, (fibre), from the Haltwhistle to Alston branch which closed in 1976. - Sold for £130.

Lot 277 A worksplate, LMS BUILT 1944 CREWE, believed to be from either a Class 5 4-6-0 Nos (4)4826-60 or a Class 8F 2-8-0 Nos (4)8317-30. Cast iron, 10½"x6", a chip from the rim at the upper left, the front repainted. - Sold for £85.

Lot 278 A BR(M) totem, BANGOR, (f/f) from the Chester and Holyhead main line. Edge rust, some discolouration and surface marks. - Sold for £350.

Lot 279 A GWR cast iron doorplate, SIGNAL LINEMAN'S HUT, 20¼"x5¼", repainted. - Sold for £210.

Lot 280 A set of Spratts shelf trims in tinplate, each 20½"x1¼" with a variety of promotional wording. - Sold for £120.

Lot 281 A BR(S) double royal poster, SOUTHERN ENGLAND, by Langhammer. Rolled (AD8327,A5/260). - Sold for £160.

Lot 282 A Great Northern Railway 12" dial roundhead wall clock No 32A, used at Huntingdon East, later renumbered BR 9834. A label inside the door is dated 1899, though the clock would date from the 1860/1870s. It is complete with a chain driven fusee movement, pendulum and key, cast brass bezel, and plate glass. It also retains the working lock to the base door with key. A fine example accompanied by a BR Collectors Corner receipt. - Sold for £520 to commission or postal bidder number 3918.

Lot 283 An oval, silver plated sugar bowl, STATION HOTEL, PERTH, by Elkington. 2¼" high. - Sold for £180.

Lot 284 A wagonplate FRANCIS THEAKSTON, 1933 LTD, LONDON, LIGHT RAILWAY ENGINEERS, F6145, from a wagon used on the Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway. Cast brass 3¼"x2½", original condition. - Sold for £190 to commission or postal bidder number 2991.

Lot 285 A BR(S) station sign, HURST GREEN, from the new re-sited station which opened in 1961, at the junction of the routes to Uckfield and East Grinstead. Two sections each 45½"x6¼". - Sold for £50.

Lot 286 A Metropolitan Railway silver fob, AMBULANCE COMPETITION FOR CHALLENGE SHIELD/METROPOLITAN RAILWAY, H ALDER, hallmarked,1½"x1" - Sold for £120 to commission or postal bidder number 205.

Lot 287 A shedplate 17A Derby (1935 to September 1963). The former Midland HQ at Derby had a shed housing around 140 locos in the 1950s. By the time it lost this code it was down to just 40. Repainted. - Sold for £190.

Lot 288 A locomotive nameplate, AYRESOME, from a 4-wheel TG VB built by Sentinel, Works No 9613, in 1956. New to Gjers, Mills & Co Ltd at Ayresome Ironworks, Middlesbrough, their No 5, and scrapped by T.W. Ward Ltd in about 1965. Cast brass, 27½" long, the front of the plate has been repainted. - Sold for £180.

Lot 289 A UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY, large serving dish by Ashworth of Hanley. An early example, 12¾"x10¾".

Lot 290 A BR(W) double royal poster, MODERNISATION, by A.N. Wolstenholme. (PR138/58). - Sold for £120 to commission or postal bidder number 309.

Lot 291 A small china vase depicting Paddock Wood Junction, S.E.R, 4¾" high, the base marked, Made in Germany. A little wear to the gold edging, otherwise excellent. - Sold for £90.

Lot 292 A London Brighton and South Coast Railway three aspect handlamp, complete with its large embossed brass company plate and initials on the body, a small B plate on top. The lamp is fully restored. - Sold for £420.

Lot 293 A enamel plate, FALMER, from the Brighton Station train departure indicator, blue lettering 12"x1½", minor edge rust and chipping. The station is on the Brighton to Lewes route. - Sold for £310.

Lot 294 A BR(W) double royal poster, IMPROVED DIESEL SERVICES, Birmingham Snow Hill- South Wales, by John S. Smith. Nicks to base, rolled. - Sold for £50.

Lot 295 A locomotive nameplate, CITY OF ST ALBANS, from the LMS Princess Coronation Class 4-6-2 No 6253, BR 46253, built at Crewe in 1946 and named when built. Allocated new to Camden on 14 September 1946 with later spells at Carlisle Upperby and Crewe North from where it was withdrawn on 23 January 1963 and cut up at Crewe Works by 13 May 1963. 75½" long, the front repainted. - Sold for £20500.

Lot 296 A BR(W) locomotive headlamp in fine ex loco condition though lacking the red slide. - Sold for £180.

Lot 297 An original painting, LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY FREIGHT, by G.S. Cooper, watercolour, 30¾"x22½".

Lot 298 A shedcode 5A Crewe North (1935 to May 1965 for steam). This ex LNWR shed with its predominance of express passenger engines was a spotter’s valhalla. Patriots, Jubilees, Royal Scots, Princesses, Coronations, and in the final years Britannias, all graced this depot. 130 locos were allocated here in the 50s and in its final months around 40 locos carried this code. Some diesels also sported these plates. Repainted. - Sold for £230.

Lot 299 A worksplate, NEILSON REID & Co, HYDE PARK GLASGOW, No 6040, 1901, from a Great Central Railway Class 9J, LNER J11 Class, 0-6-0, GCR No 978, LNER 5978, renumbered 4285 in 1946, BR 64285. At Lincoln GN by January 1948 and later Doncaster and Mexborough from where it was withdrawn on 11 November 1956 and cut up at Gorton Works by 3 October 1959. Cast brass 6¾"x4¼", the front repainted. - Sold for £290.

Lot 300 A BR(NE) totem sign, HECKMONDWIKE, (f/f). from the Low Moor to Dewsbury and Mirfield route, the station closed in 1965, superb condition. - Sold for £1650.

Lot 301 A BR(M) signal box diagram, RUSHALL, 1978, for a gate box on the Walsall to Norton Junction route, 29"x16½" in a modern frame. - Sold for £50.

Lot 302 A GCR mustard spoon, by Walker and Hall, the handle marked GT C. RLY DINING CAR. - Sold for £65.

Lot 303 A locomotive nameplate, STANTON No 40, from a standard gauge 0-4-0DE built by the Yorkshire Engine Co, Works No 2596, in 1955. Supplied new to Stanton & Staveley Ltd at Stanton Ironworks and subseqently scrapped. Cast brass, 31"x5½", the front stripped, the back in original condition. - Sold for £250.

Lot 304 A BR(M) totem, ALFRETON & SOUTH NORMANTON, (f/f) from the Erewash Valley route. The station closed in 1967. Minor marks at the base otherwise excellent. - Sold for £1300.

Lot 305 A BR(M) enamel doorplate, PARCELS AND LEFT LUGGAGE, (f/f), 18"x6", chips restored to right base, edge and top screw hole. - Sold for £130.

Lot 306 A worksplate, MARKHAM & Co LTD MAKERS, 1913, CHESTERFIELD, from an 0-4-0ST new to Park Gate Iron Co Ltd at Rotherham, later becoming Park Gate Iron & Steel Co Ltd, their No 11. It spent all its working life at Park Gate and was withdrawn in May 1961. Cast brass 13½"x9". the year ground off and painted in. - Sold for £820 to commission or postal bidder number 1999.

Lot 307 A large silver plated coffee pot with garter, GREAT EASTERN, from a steam ship designed by I.K. Brunel. 11" high. - Sold for £420.

Lot 308 A BR(M) enamel sign, PLEASE SHOW TICKETS, (f/f), 16"x10", two minor rim chips. - Sold for £150.

Lot 309 A worksplate, HUNSLET TAYLOR CONS (PTY) LTD, GERMISTON, SOUTH AFRICA, TYPE 200 HP, 7776, 1971, from a 3ft 6ins gauge South African Railways 0-4-0 service locomotive. Cast brass 14"x8", ex loco condition. - Sold for £320.

Lot 310 A Herne Bay Railway Convalescent Home water jug by Royal Doulton, 7" high of blue stone-glaze pattern, dating from the Edwardian period. - Sold for £110.

Lot 311 A BR(W) totem, FISHGUARD HARBOUR, (h/f) from the terminus in West Wales served by steamers to Ireland. Several areas of restoration expertly undertaken.

Lot 312 A single line key token, ANNAN-GRETNA, (brass), a section on the Glasgow and South Western Main Line just north of the Scottish border. - Sold for £110.

Lot 313 A BR(M) double royal poster, THE LUNE VALLEY, IN ENGLANDS ENCHANTING NORTH WEST, by Bromshaw. A repair to fold at top centre. (LM15256) - Sold for £100.

Lot 314 A shedplate, 21A Saltley (1935 to September 1963). This ex MR shed was home to almost 200 locos in the early 1950s. By the time it was recoded 2E in 1963, it still had 100 locos on its books. It finally closed to steam in March 1967. The front repainted. - Sold for £210.

Lot 315 A Glasgow and South Western Railway guards whistle. The side marked with the company initials. - Sold for £100.

Lot 316 An original painting, LNER 4843, KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE LIGHT INFANTRY, on shed, by R.F.BERRIDGE, 1969, oil on board, 27¼"x19¼". - Sold for £270.

Lot 317 A worksplate LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY, 63426, ARMSTRONG WHITWORTH, 1920, from a North Eastern Railway Class T2, LNER Q6 Class, 0-8-0, NER/LNER No 2269, built by Armstrong Whitworth, Works No 17, in April 1920, renumbered 3426 in 1946, BR 63426. A long time Newport loco, it moved to the new Thornaby shed in June 1958 after Newport closed, and its later sheds were Neville Hill, Normanton and Tyne Dock from where it was withdrawn on 22 June 1967 and sold for scrap to Garnham Harris at Chesterfield. Cast brass, 9"x5",with a replica renumbering strip to replace the missing original, the worksplate is cleaned but unpainted. - Sold for £80.

Lot 318 A badge from Virgin Voyager power car 60424, unit 220024. Named SHEFFIELD VOYAGER in February 2002. Cast aluminium, 10"x10¼", original condition. - Sold for £200 to commission or postal bidder number 527.

Lot 319 An LNER Tyers plunger, the head of the brass knob housing a black glass bead, an ivorine plate reads NORWICH THORPE (main line). - Sold for £100 to commission or postal bidder number 1285.

Lot 320 A BR(E) totem sign, FIRSBY, (h/f) from East Lincolnshire line which closed in 1970. Some loss of colour and shine.

Lot 321 A 3½" gauge, live steam model of an LNER A3 class locomotive, 2520 HYPERION, a well engineered model. A satisfactory boiler test was undertaken in May 2008 and the report accompanies this lot. - Sold for £3200 to commission or postal bidder number 4068.

Lot 322 A LNER 3½" gauge model of a teak bodied first class carriage No 1137, 48" long. - Sold for £100.

Lot 323 A LNER 3½" gauge modelof a teak bodied Guards and Luggage van, No 4141, 48" long. - Sold for £120.

Lot 324 A GWR promotional glass inkwell, inscribed, GO GREAT WESTERN, in script lettering.

Lot 325 A worksplate, NORTH BRITISH LOCOMOTIVE Co 26907, 1951, from a metre gauge East African Railways Class 29 2-8-2 No 2903 BUNYONE. It could be found at Nairobi in the 1970s and was subsequently withdrawn and scrapped. Cast brass 13¾"x5½", a replacement point to the left, otherwise original condition. - Sold for £240.

Lot 326 A BR(W) double royal poster, GREEN ARROW SERVICE, by A. N. Wolstenholme. Corner pin holes, otherwise good. - Sold for £20.

Lot 327 A BR(S) totem, EFFINGHAM JUNCTION, (f/f) from the Surbiton to Guildford route. Excellent condition. - Sold for £620.

Lot 328 A group of Natal Line Steamers silver plate by Mappin and Webb. A milk jug, sugar bowl and a pair of 4½" dishes. (4).

Lot 329 A shedplate 73A Stewarts Lane (1950 to June 1962). This ex SECR shed had an allocation of over 100 locos during this period. Of note were 7 King Arthurs, 6 Schools 13 Bulleid Light Pacifics and 3 Merchant Navies. In June 1962 it was recoded 75D, and lost its steam allocation in September 1963. The front repainted, the back marked with the Eastleigh triangle. - Sold for £230.

Lot 330 A worksplate, LMS BUILT 1947, DERBY. Locos built that year were Class 4 2-6-4T (4)2187-9/265-99, 0-6-0DE shunters 7126-9, BR 12039-42 and Co-Co DE 10000. Cast brass 10½"x6", the front repainted. - Sold for £120.

Lot 331 A LMS handbell used by the A.R.P. during the second world war, 10"high. - Sold for £110.

Lot 332 A Carlton Ware baby's plate, featuring an LNWR express, 7½" diameter.

Lot 333 A worksplate, BUILT 1956 DERBY, from a BR Standard Class 5 4-6-0 No 73129 allocated new to Shrewsbury on 31 August 1956 and later Patricroft from where it was withdrawn by 2 December 1967 and despatched to Woodham Bros of Barry for scrap on 7 February 1968. Cast iron 10½"x6", the left end replaced, the front repainted. - Sold for £60.

Lot 334 A Midland Railway signal box shelf plate, MILL HILL FAST LANES, UP BLOCK, DOWN BLOCK, 33" long. - Sold for £90.

Lot 335 A locomotive nameplate, MANITOBA, from the LMS Jubilee Class 4-6-0 No 5558, BR 45558, built by the North British Locomotive Co, Works No 24116, in 1934 and named in October 1936 after the Canadian Province. Allocated new to Camden on 5 July 1934, its later sheds included Crewe North, Willesden, Holbeck, Patricroft and Newton Heath from where it was withdrawn by 15 August 1964 and cut up at Crewe Works by 14 November 1964. 28¾"long, original condition. - Sold for £8000.

Lot 336 A Tyers No 6 single line tablet, WINCHESTER-SHAWFORD JUNCTION, (fibre), from the southern end of the Didcot, Newbury and Southampton route which closed in 1960, this section remaining in use for freight traffic for a further six years. - Sold for £280.

Lot 337 A tenderplate, LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY 8839 DARLINGTON WORKS 1920, initially allotted to the North Eastern Railway Class S3, LNER B16 Class 4-6-0 No 848 built at Darlington in April 1920, renumbered 1408 in 1946, becoming BR 61477, although changes of tenders with other B16 Class engines were quite frequent. Cast brass, 9"x5", the plate has been cleaned and the front repainted. - Sold for £130.

Lot 338 A single line key token, HELMSDALE-FORSINARD, (brass) from the Far North line between Inverness, Wick and Thurso. - Sold for £220 to commission or postal bidder number 3483.

Lot 339 A locomotive worksplate, ENGLISH ELECTRIC, ROCKLEA WORKS, QUEENSLAND, No A.056, 1982, from a Western Australia Government Railways 3ft 6ins gauge Co-Co DE No C 1701. After withdrawal it went to the Holtham Valley Railway for preservation and was cosmetically restored. Cast brass, 10"x4½", in ex loco condition. - Sold for £480.

Lot 340 A BR(S) quad royal poster, LONDON TOWN, mounted on thin card. (AD/6771/A2) - Sold for £40.

Lot 341 An original painting 46238, CITY OF CARLISLE, by Richard Ward. Water colour, 13"x9½". Painted for a series of Typhoo Tea cards. - Sold for £50.

Lot 342 A shedplate 82A alloy, Bristol Bath Road, carried by Westerns, Warships, Hymeks and D63XX locomotives allocated to this purpose built diesel depot which opened in 1960.The front repainted. - Sold for £50.

Lot 343 A BR(S) totem, MAIDSTONE EAST, (f/f) from the Sevenoaks to Ashford route. Some surface marking and loss of shine. - Sold for £210.

Lot 344 A Southern Railway carriage print, TUNBRIDGE WELLS, photographic. - Sold for £70.

Lot 345 A locomotive worksplate, BUILT 1951 HORWICH. Locos built that year were (LMS) Class 4 2-6-0 Nos 43112-35 and Class 5 4-6-0 Nos 44686/7. Cast iron, 10½"x6", the front of the plate has been repainted. - Sold for £300.

Lot 346 A Cunard Steamship Company china oval dish by Booths, the base marked with the company coat of arms. 8½"x5¼".

Lot 347 A Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway cast iron notice warning of the live rail. 31"x20". Original condition. - Sold for £260.

Lot 348 A Shropshire and Montgomery Railway, Second World War Railway Service Badge, a rare example numbered 40. - Sold for £980.

Lot 349 An LNER doorplate, SHUT THIS DOOR, cast iron, 20" long, the front of the plate has been repainted. - Sold for £280.

Lot 350 A set of LNER cathedral plates, by Wedgwood, in 1930. York, Peterborough, Durham, Norwich, Ely and Lincoln contained in their original box with LNER Wedgwood label. - Sold for £140.

Lot 351 A nameplate, SILVERTON, probably from an overseas industrial locomotive, though research has failed to establish any further details. Cast brass 16½"x4¾". - Sold for £80.

Lot 352 A smokebox numberplate, 44310, from an LMS Class 4F 0-6-0 No 4310, BR 44310, built at Crewe in 1926. A long time Stoke loco, its later sheds were Bangor, Skipton, Workington and Barrow from where it was withdrawn by 6 February 1966 and sent for scrap to Motherwell Machinery & Scrap at Wishaw on 5 May 1966. Ex loco condition. - Sold for £500.

Lot 353 A Southern Railway target sign, BASINGSTOKE, from the Waterloo to Southampton and West of England main line. Minor edge and screw hole chips. - Sold for £440.

Lot 354 A GWR Hotels silver plated sugar bowl, by Gladwins. 3¼" high. - Sold for £55.

Lot 355 A worksplate, W.G. BAGNALL, No 2395, from a GWR 5700 Class 0-6-0PT No 6713 built by Bagnall in June 1930. At Danygraig by January 1948, it later moved to Swansea Paxton Street from where it was withdrawn on 28 September 1957 and cut up at Swindon Works by 23 November 1957. Cast brass, 6½"x4¼", the front repainted, the back stamped 6713. - Sold for £410.

Lot 356 A locomotive nameplate, SIR ONTZLAKE, with King Arthur Class appendage below, from the SR N15 Class 4-6-0, the first of the final batch of the Class built at Eastleigh in March 1926, SR No 793, becoming BR 30793. A long time Stewarts Lane loco, it moved towards the end to Feltham and Basingstoke from where it was withdrawn by 1 September 1962 and cut up at Eastleigh Works by 15 September. 39" long, the front repainted. - Sold for £7200.

Lot 357 A wooden fingerboard, PAIGNTON TRAIN, 54" long with steel trim to the edge. - Sold for £20.

Lot 358 A shedplate, 9A Longsight (1935 to February 1965). This ex LNWR shed was home to 130 locos in 1950, which included 13 Royal Scots, 15 Jubilees and 7 Patriots. In 1962 the dwindling number of passenger locos was supplemented by an influx of 7 Britannias. The plate is in ex loco condition. - Sold for £190.

Lot 359 A silver plated sugar bowl, CALEDONIAN STEAM PACKET COMPANY (IRISH SERVICES) LIMITED, by Walker and Hall of Sheffield. - Sold for £60.

Lot 360 An LB&SCR garter transfer, mounted, 9¼"x12", overall 13"x17". - Sold for £10.

Lot 361 A Pullman button whistle, steel and brass lip, in working order.

Lot 362 A GWR carriage print, JERSEY PORTLETT BAY, by the Photochrom Company. - Sold for £30.

Lot 363 A Rhodesia Railways buffer beam numberplate, No 607, from a 16A Class 2-8-2 + 2-8-2 Garratt built by Beyer Peacock, Works No 7511, in 1953. It was handed over to the National Railways of Zimbabwe when RR were split in 1967. Refurbished by NRZ, it was returned to traffic in February 1980 and renumbered 607. Two plates, 11½" & 16½"x7¾". - Sold for £270.

Lot 364 A Cunard Steam Ship Company china egg cup. The inside bearing the company's lion emblem and makers mark, Booths and Colcloughs. - Sold for £50.

Lot 365 A shedplate 65A Eastfield (1948 to November 1966 for steam). This ex NBR shed housed a star studded allocation of 170 locos in the early 1950s. Of note were K1, K2, and K4 2-6-0s, along with D11 and D34 4-4-0s. By 1965, however the total number of steam locos was down to single figures. Many of Eastfield's diesel locos also carried this style of code well into the 1970s. The front of the plate has been repainted. - Sold for £100.

Lot 366 A BR(M) double royal poster, CHESTER, by Claude Buckle, (LM17257). - Sold for £170.

Lot 367 A locomotive nameplate, DICK No 55, from a standard gauge 0-6-0DM built by Hudswell Clarke, Works No D1115, in 1958. Ordered in September 1957, it went new in November 1958 to the National Coal Board at Denaby Colliey. It later moved to Cadeby Colliery and was subsequently scrapped. Cast brass, 22 1/2" x 4 1/2" in ex loco condition. - Sold for £180.

Lot 368 An original painting, 9F class 92006, by D. Hey 1978, oil on board, 25¼"x19". - Sold for £200.

Lot 369 A BR(M) totem, NUNEATON, (f/f), from the Warwickshire junction on the Trent Valley main line. Some chip repairs and surface marks. - Sold for £300.

Lot 370 A worksplate, BUILT 1963 CREWE, from a Class 52 Western in the number series D1050 to D1073. Cast aluminium 10½"x6", ex loco condition. - Sold for £560.

Lot 371 A Midland Railway signal box pegging block instrument, with enamel face, the top branded MR CO and LMS. - Sold for £150.

Lot 372 A carriage print DARTMOUTH, DEVON by Frank H. Mason R.I. from the Western Region series, in its original carriage compartment frame. - Sold for £500.

Lot 373 A BR(M) totem sign, WILLESDEN JUNCTION, (f/f), from the West Coast Main Line, north of Euston. A little surface marking at the far left otherwise excellent. - Sold for £650.

Lot 374 A Pullman Car Company silver plated sauce boat, by Joseph Westry, 6" long. - Sold for £40.

Lot 375 A worksplate, HUNSLET 3783, 1953, from an 0-6-0ST new to the National Coal Board at Darfield Main Colliery, Wombwell, their DARFIELD No 1. It went to A. Hall at Delph Station for preservation in about November 1974 and was sent to the Yorkshire Dales Railway at Embsay, arriving there on 22 December 1975. Loaned to the Llangollen Railway on 30 June 1988, it saw occasional use there and was also hired by other preserved railways. It arrived on hire at the Chasewater Railway on 29 July 2011. Cast brass, 11½"x8", the front cleaned but unpainted. - Sold for £280.

Lot 376 A BR(NE) enamel poster board header, 20½"x5¾", excellent condition. - Sold for £300.

Lot 377 A Bibby Line silver plated divided vegetable dish by Elkington. 7"x5". Each piece marked with the company emblem.

Lot 378 A worksplate, LMS BUILT 1946, CREWE. Locos built at Crewe that year were 2-6-2T (4)1200-9, 2-6-4T (4)2223-72, 4-6-0 (4)4967-96, 2-6-0 (4)6400-9 and Princess Coronation 4-6-2 (4)6253-7. Cast iron 10½"x6", the front repainted. - Sold for £330.

Lot 379 A Great Eastern Railway Pension Fund certificate, to Richard Woodbine, 1892, a colourful design produced at Stratford Works, 21"x27" in its original frame. - Sold for £40.

Lot 380 A BR(E) totem, BECONTREE, (f/f), from the London, Tilbury and Southend line. Areas of chipping into the blue and loss of shine. - Sold for £200.

Lot 381 A worksplate, ARMSTRONG WHITWORTH, No 1279, 1936, from a LNER K3/2 Class 2-6-0 No 2472, renumbered 1968 in 1946, becoming BR 61968. A long time St Margarets loco, it was withdrawn from there on 23 October 1961 and cut up at Inverurie Works. Cast brass, 8"x5", the front lightly cleaned but unpainted. - Sold for £320.

Lot 382 A shedplate 34G Finsbury Park (April 1960 to 1983). This ER diesel depot was famous for its nurturing of the popular Class 55 Deltics. The front of the plate has been repainted. - Sold for £65.

Lot 383 An original painting, LNER 4468, MALLARD on its famous 1938 run, by Les Perrin, oil on board, 25"x18½".

Lot 384 A LNER whistle from an A3 class locomotive, complete with bracket, the numbers 22 and 6 stamped in. - Sold for £420.

Lot 385 An LSWR 8" dial roundhead wall clock by John Walker, complete with fusee movement, pendulum and key. The clock has been restored and the face repainted. - Sold for £520.

Lot 386 A Tyers No 6 single line tablet, NUNTHORPE-BATTERSBY, (fibre), from the Middlesbrough to Whitby route. - Sold for £200.

Lot 387 An enamel advertising sign, LONDON PARCELS DELIVERY Co, 14"x21", a few chips and loss of shine. - Sold for £120.

Lot 388 A Peninsular and Oriental S.N. Co glass water carafe. 6½" high. The side marked with the company monogram.

Lot 389 A GWR brass cabside numberplate, 5984, from the 4900 Hall Class 4-6-0 LINDEN HALL built at Swindon in October 1938 and named when built after the Hall at Borwick, two miles north-east of Carnforth, Lancashire. At St Philips Marsh by 1948, its later sheds included Carmarthen, Neyland, Worcester, Cardiff Canton and Cardiff East Dock from where it was withdrawn in January 1965 and sold for scrap to J Buttigieg at Newport. Ex loco condition. - Sold for £1300.

Lot 390 A worksplate, BEYER PEACOCK 7414, 1951, from a 3ft 6ins gauge Western Australia Government Railways Class W 2-8-2 No 937, one of forty supplied by the builder. Withdrawn by 1971 and scrapped. Cast brass, 10"x6", the front cleaned but unpainted. - Sold for £260.

Lot 391 A Canadian Pacific china sugar bowl by Copeland Spode, 3¾" diameter, the base marked with the company name. - Sold for £35.

Lot 392 A locomotive nameplate, WILLIAM CAWKWELL, from the London & North Western Railway Experiment Class 4-6-0 No 2269, LMS 5484, built at Crewe in December 1906 and named after the LNWR General Manager 1858-1874 who became a Director in 1873 and Deputy Chairman in 1884. It was withdrawn in August 1931. 55 ½" long and incorporating the building date. The front lightly polished. - Sold for £6000.

Lot 393 A Manchester Ship Canal Railways brass cabside numberplate, 61, from an 0-6-0T i/c built by Hudswell Clarke & Co, works No 1059, in 1914 and named REVAL. Scrapped in May 1966. The front repainted. - Sold for £250.

Lot 394 A LNER cast iron door plate, GUARDS ROOM, 17¼" long. The front repainted. - Sold for £400.

Lot 395 A worksplate, MANUFACTURED AT CREWE, BREL LIMITED 1990, from a Class 90 in the number series 90036 to 90050. Chromed aluminium 9¼"x5¼", ex loco condition. - Sold for £110.

Lot 396 A North British Railway double royal poster, GOLFING, SCOTLANDS MOST FAMOUS GOLF COURSES. - Sold for £290.

Lot 397 A locomotive nameplate HERCULES, as carried by the GWR 4200 Class 2-8-0T No 4277 while working on the Dartmouth Steam Railway. 41¼" long, ex loco condition; the plate follows the design of the GWR County Class 4-6-0 straight nameplates. - Sold for £150.

Lot 398 A worksplate, ROBERT STEPHENSON & HAWTHORNS, 7575, 1950, from a (GWR) 9400 Class 0-6-0PT No 9438 allocated new to Banbury on 7 February 1951 and later Gloucester from where it was withdrawn on 15 June 1959 and sold for scrap to Woodham Bros at Barry on 23 November 1960. Cast brass, 13"x8½", the front repainted. - Sold for £350.

Lot 399 A shedplate 1A Willesden (1935 to September 1965). This ex LNWR shed was home to over 130 locos in the 1950s and in its final few months still maintained 70. The front repainted.

Lot 400 An enamel plate, LYNDHURST Rd, from the train departure indicator at Waterloo. 17"x2¾". Edge chips. The station is on the Southampton and Bournemouth main line. - Sold for £230.

Lot 401 A BR(Sc) quad royal poster, CLYDE COAST & LOCH LOMOND, by Nicholson, a repair to a split in the centre. (24507) - Sold for £45.

Lot 402 A London Transport three aspect handlamp with a brass plate, G. SPANFIELD, PARSONS GREEN, L.T. and a diamond shape plate, 2; the lamp is complete and repainted. - Sold for £80.

Lot 403 A Great Western Railway Hotels, silver plated ashtray and matchbox holder, by Elkington. The rear section of the holder absent. - Sold for £40.

Lot 404 A locomotive nameplate, FORD CASTLE, from the LNER B17 Sandringham Class 4-6-0 No 2817 built at Darlington in November 1930 and and named after the Castle near Coldsteam, home to Baron Joicey an LNER director. Rebuilt at Darlington in December 1946 and re-classified to B2 Class with B1 type boiler and raised footplate which necessitated removal of the rear mounting brackets from the nameplates. Renumbered 1617 in 1946, becoming BR 61617. A long time Cambridge loco, it was withdrawn from there on 11 August 1958 and cut up at Stratford Works. 48" long, the front repainted. - Sold for £5800 to commission or postal bidder number 362.

Lot 405 A Webb and Thompson large train staff, BUTTINGTON JUNCTION-BREIDDEN, from the Welshpool to Shrewsbury route. - Sold for £460.

Lot 406 A carriage print, GREAT YARMOUTH, NORFOLK, by E.T. Holding, from the LNER post war series. - Sold for £120 to commission or postal bidder number 4097.

Lot 407 A BR(M) fibreglass totem, AWSWORTH, (f/f), from the Nottingham to Derby Friargate route. Acquired in the mid-1960s from the technical unit of British Railways Research Dept and related to a development project to replace metal totems. The station closed in 1964. original condition. - Sold for £200.

Lot 408 A GWR brass shunters warning horn 6½" long with bone mouthpiece, slightly chipped, working order. - Sold for £180.

Lot 409 A Cunard White Star china sundae dish by Crown, 3½" diameter. The base marked with the name of the shipping line.

Lot 410 A worksplate, BUILT 1950 HORWICH, from an (LMS) Class 5 4-6-0 allocated new to Low Moor on 8 December 1950 and later Mirfield, returning to Low Moor from where it was withdrawn on 24 June 1967 and sold for scrap to George Cohen at Kettering. Cast iron 10½"x6", the front repainted, tiny hairline cracks by the bolt holes. - Sold for £230.

Lot 411 A shedplate, 12A Carlisle Kingmoor (1935 to 1949 and February 1958 to January 1968), also Carlisle Upperby (1950 to February 1958). The ex CR shed at Kingmoor used this code twice. During its second spell as a LMR shed it had 120 locos allocated. Patriots, Royal Scots, Princess Royals, Coronations, Clans, and no fewer than 51 out of 55 Britannias were allocated here during this period. Ex LNWR shed Carlisle Upperby had around 80 locos in the 1950s, and it too had a star studded cast of Patriots, Jubilees, Royal Scots and Coronations. The front repainted, the back unrestored and marked 44678. - Sold for £250 to commission or postal bidder number 4696.

Lot 412 An original painting LNWR 196, LEANDER and 319 ON STAFFORD SHED IN 1860, by Gerald Broom, oil on canvas, 31"x20½". - Sold for £950 to commission or postal bidder number 3232.

Lot 413 A Southern Railway Marine Dept, silver plated toast rack, by Walker and Hall. - Sold for £70 to commission or postal bidder number 928.

Lot 414 An LMS enamel poster board header in LNER colours, 28½"x5¾". Some restoration to chipping, though the lettering unaffected. - Sold for £85.

Lot 415 A small carriage board, CARDIFF-BRIDGEND, 32: long, wear to the paint on the edges. - Sold for £30.00.

Lot 416 A Tyers No 6 single line tablet, DEREHAM WEST JUNC-WENDLING, (alloy), from the Kings Lynn to Dereham route which closed in 1968.

Lot 417 A hooter whistle from BR Standard class 5 4-6-0 No 73014, polished, 8½" high, 2¾" diameter. - Sold for £520.

Lot 418 A BR(S) totem, LITTLEHAMPTON, (f/f) from the terminus of the Sussex coastal branch from Ford. Two edge chips into the green repainted. - Sold for £280.

Lot 419 A worksplate, ROYAL ENGINEERS, 1932, REEDSDALE, from an unmanned self propelled 2W-2PM target trolley used on a 2ft 6ins gauge line at Reedsdale Military Target Railway in Northumberland. These trollies were probably made in Royal Engineers workshops as there is no record of Wickham or any other trolley manufacturer before 1933. Engraved brass, 10"x6", original condition. - Sold for £110.

Lot 420 A worksplate, NORTH BRITISH LOCOMOTIVE Co 26146, 1947, from the LNER B1 Class 4-6-0, MURRAY OF ELIBANK, No 1245, BR 61245. A long time Haymarket loco, it finished its days at the other Edinburgh sheds, St Margarets and Dalry Road from where it was withdrawn on 5 July 1965 and sold for scrap to Motherwell Machinery & Scrap at Wishaw. Cast iron 13½"x5½" a non standard plate, the right end replaced and a portion milled off the lower centre, repainted. - Sold for £210.

Lot 421 A LMS enamel lamp tablet, BURY BOLTON STREET, 17½"x4½", the background has been repainted. - Sold for £250 to commission or postal bidder number 3551.

Lot 422 A worksplate, LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY, 900428, YORK WORKS, 1932, from a Wickham Permanent Way trolley. Cast iron, 9"x5", the plate has been repainted. - Sold for £50.

Lot 423 An LMS audit bag, for used tickets, with plates LMS BRIXWORTH/ BRIXWORTH-DERBY LMS 49 (brass and zinc respectively). 11"x 9½" canvas with leather straps, and buckles. The station was on the Northampton to Market Harborough route and closed in 1960. - Sold for £40.

Lot 424 A double royal poster, GOLDEN HIND, introduction of the new Plymouth to Paddington service, a little wear at the base in places. - Sold for £60.

Lot 425 A pattern for a tenderplate, WATER CAPACITY 2000 GALLONS, believed to be a Brighton Works pattern for the plates fitted to BR Standard Class 4 2-6-4 tanks many of which were built at Brighton. 10½"x6" relatively soft grey alloy. - Sold for £30.

Lot 426 A London Transport enamel bus stop plate, within its original bronze frame, double sided 16"x18", slight losss of shine and a small chip on one side. - Sold for £65.

Lot 427 A BR(S) totem, WANDSWORTH TOWN, (f/f), from the Clapham Junction to Richmond route. A tiny face chip to the far right, otherwise excellent. - Sold for £220.

Lot 428 A London Transport brass boundary plate, as set into pavements, 8"x4". - Sold for £70 to commission or postal bidder number 3711.

Lot 429 A single line key token, COITY JCN-TONDU, (alloy), from the Bridgend to Tondu route. - Sold for £30.

Lot 430 A vending machine for ASPRO TABLETS, 16" high, produced by Self Service Machines of Weybridge, Surrey. - Sold for £40.

Lot 431 A milk churn lid, complete with both its brass plates, SIMS, BELPER, L.M.S.R.-DERBYSHIRE PURE MILK CO, FULL SHEFFIELD L.M.S.R. 13" diameter. - Sold for £70 to commission or postal bidder number 3418.

Lot 432 A Great Central Railway cast iron trespass notice 20½"x11¾", repainted.(TPGC404).

Lot 433 A Great Northern Railway short cast iron lamp post 60" high from Kimberley on the Derby Friargate to Nottingham route, which closed in 1964, together with a GNR copper lamp case. (2) - Sold for £450.

Lot 434 A poster, MANX ELECTRIC RAILWAY. 50 miles of unsurpassed mountain scenery, 24"x19½", rolled. - Sold for £30.

Lot 435 A Midland Railway three aspect handlamp. In original condition, complete with green glass, though the red absent, brass plate on top and body although not matching numbers. - Sold for £90.

Lot 436 An original painting, LSWR 703 AND ADAMS RADIAL TANK, by C. HAMILTON ELLIS, oil on board, 25¼"x14". - Sold for £900.

Lot 437 A GWR cast iron cab warning notice, referring to structures close to the line and dated 1909. The plate is 12"x7½", the front has been repainted. - Sold for £70.

Lot 438 A Great Central Railway signal box block bell with a traffolite plate, BLK BELL TO SHEFFIELD No 2 MAIN LINES. from a box close to Sheffield Victoria station. - Sold for £220 to commission or postal bidder number 976.

Lot 439 An LMS quad royal poster, LMS IN PERSPECTIVE, No 5, THE LOCOMOTIVE, rolled. (ERO, 53351) - Sold for £50.

Lot 440 A Wilson Line Cruises fruit salad serving spoon by Potters. The bowl decorated with pineapple, grapes, pears and other fruits. 8 ½" long. - Sold for £30.

Lot 441 An original painting of GWR 5058 EARL OF CLANCARTY, leaving Bristol Temple Meads with the Bristolian, by George Heiron, 1968. 31"x21¼". - Sold for £1200.

Lot 442 A shedplate, 36C Frodingham (1949 to February 1966). This ex GCR shed housed over 70 locos in the 1950s, and within 18 months of closure it still looked after 40 locos. Ex loco condition. - Sold for £220 to commission or postal bidder number 3882.

Lot 443 A Metropolitan Railway bridgeplate, MR 102, the front repainted, 9"x6". - Sold for £50.

Lot 444 A GWR brass gangers key THAME-7 miles 14 chains, from the Oxford to Princes Risborough route which closed in 1965 apart from some freight traffic at both extremities. The key end has been removed. - Sold for £180 to commission or postal bidder number 2409.

Lot 445 A enamel plate, CREWE, from the Brighton Station train departure indicator, blue lettering 12"x1½", minor edge rust and chipping. The station was served by through workings via the LNWR. - Sold for £50 to commission or postal bidder number 1650.

Lot 446 A Railway Signal Company miniature train staff BEDFORD-WILLINGTON, from the Oxford to Cambridge route, the section east of Bedford. Closed in 1968. - Sold for £50.

Lot 447 An LSWR train departure plate, HURSTBOURNE, WHITCHURCH, OVERTON, OAKLEY. 6¼"X8", used at Andover Junction, and showing stations on the route to Salisbury. - Sold for £130.

Lot 448 A pair of GWR signal box lever plates for up and down line detonators, engraved brass, each 5"x3". (2). - Sold for £190 to commission or postal bidder number 2409.

Lot 449 A Great Central Railway signal box nameboard, GLASSHOUSE CROSSING. 75" long. The box was at Worsborough on the Wombwell Main Junction to West Silkstone Junction route. - Sold for £460 to commission or postal bidder number 976.

Lot 450 A worksplate ENGLISH ELECTRIC AEI, VULCAN WORKS 1971, from a Kenya Railways metre gauge 1240hp Class 72 Bo-Bo DE No 7202. The loco was built for stock as English Electric Works No 3873/D1237 in 1969 and sold to the East African Railways, Kenya Region in 1971 when the original plates dated 1969 were removed and replaced by these plates dated 1971. Chromed cast brass 10¼"x4½" in ex loco condition. - Sold for £160.