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Railwayana Auction - 20th June 2009

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  1. Six outline models of locomotives of NER origin.
  2. Outline model of a Midland Railway spinner.
  3. Railway lamp from Welwyn - Luton line.
  4. "D" wagon plate - LMS Standard 750534 20 Tons.
  5. Southern Railway poster "Southsea & The Victory".
  6. Plan of London Underground connections.
  7. Bachmann GP40 diesel locomotive Union Pacific No 3600.
  8. British Railways oval cast iron builders plate - Built 1957 Derby, 10" x 6", ex diesel shunter, weld repairs to left-hand bolthole.
  9. British Railways oval cast iron builders plate - Built 1960 Darlington, 10" x 6", ex diesel shunter in superb condition.
  10. British Railways oval cast iron builders plate - Built 1959 Derby, 10" x 6", ex diesel shunter, weld repairs to right-hand bolthole.
  11. Framed Cuneo print "The Lickey Incline" featuring LMS 4-6-0 No 5593 Kolhapur storming the 1 in 37 north of Bromsgrove, print measures 33" x 22".
  12. Settle and Carlisle Railway poster showing Class 31 diesel.
  13. Nine items of Wilson Line, Cunard etc., crockery.
  14. Twelve RCH Junction diagrams, 1902 - 07 - 39 Bournemouth bus and tram map and 1952 cash sheet from Goudhurst BR(S).
  15. Builders plate - R&Y Pickering, Wishaw.
  16. Pressed Steel TPO plate, Lot 30162, 1957.
  17. NER armband, World War I.
  18. Copper station lamp, Midland Railway stamped "MRCo", restored unusual pattern.
  19. Tramways badge with leather strap.
  20. Sundry lot.
  21. Railway lamp stamped "Ellingham", Great Eastern section.
  22. Great Eastern Railway sliding knob hand lamp.
  23. Sundry lot.
  24. Box of videos, German, Swiss etc.
  25. Box of books, Swiss etc., good quality.
  26. Railway lamp.
  27. A BR(W) loco hand lamp for repair with its vessel and burner.
  28. Railway guards lamp.
  29. Box of postcards of diesels.
  30. Similar lot.
  31. Similar lot.
  32. Box of glass chimneys for platform lamps.
  33. Similar lot.
  34. Similar lot.
  35. GWR lamp interior with glass chimney.
  36. Midland Railway brass table lamp with square base, MR gas on burner and lamp.
  37. Various Ordnance Survey maps including York, Scarborough, Pickering and Wensleydale in booklets.
  38. Brass adjustable lamp burner stamped "LM&RS Ltd, London".
  39. Various small items of plateware.
  40. Set of four Royal Mail coaching prints, after J Pollard "Edinburgh Express", "Hyde Park", "Through the Floods" and "Mail Coach Changing Horses".
  41. Pair of Copeland Spode "Chelsea" soup dishes and two similar side plates.
  42. Three 1960s and 1970s BR Notices to Trainmen etc., Multiple Aspect Signalling booklets, Gloucester and Bristol and other small booklets.
  43. Sundry lot of early interesting railway paperwork and booklets.
  44. Similar lot.
  45. Various railway timetables and other posters.
  46. Railway carriage print "The River Allen, Bardon Mill" by L R Squirrell.
  47. Railway carriage print "Brig o' Balgownie", near Aberdeen" by Edward Lawson.
  48. Various St Johns Ambulance bronze links for First Aid Test etc.
  49. Various timetable railway booklets and an ABC Railway Guide 1946 etc.
  50. Sundry lot of small items including lead soldiers etc.
  51. Coloured print "Storm Over Southall Shed" by Terence Cuneo and other items.
  52. Two tins of tobacco - Balkan Sobrani and Dunhill 965 mixture.
  53. Selection of various early booklets on travel by road and rail etc., in USA.
  54. Various small booklets on Cundard Line etc.
  55. Thirty various different railway luggage labels.
  56. Similar lot.
  57. Various railway depot, destination and other cards and other paperwork.
  58. Various railway brass tokens and buttons.
  59. Early "Castrol Agricultural" oil can etc.
  60. Pullman type restaurant armchair.
  61. Box of railway books.
  62. Loco tablet exchange mechanism.
  63. Highland Railway platform lamp cradle.
  64. Box of tin plate and other model railway items including some "N" gauge and a Mainline boxed set.
  65. LNWR track rail chair.
  66. CLC signal weight.
  67. Large LMS signal spectacle.
  68. Large box of railway paperwork.
  69. SR enamel sign "Wraysbury Station".
  70. Foreign railway signal lamp.
  71. Signal box hanging lamp.
  72. Enamel running-in board "Wakefield Kirkgate".
  73. Wooden plaque "Stratford Depot".
  74. LMS general purpose lamp.
  75. LNE-C hand lamp.
  76. Hand lamp plated "Loco Guard No 2".
  77. Box of Hornby "O" gauge track.
  78. Large selection of uniform items.
  79. Pullman type restaurant armchair.
  80. LMS general purpose hand lamp.
  81. LSWR inner signal lamp.
  82. Box of railway books.
  83. Part Triang Hornby electric train set and sundry toy cars etc.
  84. Box of toy cars and vehicles including Dinky etc.
  85. Platform lamp with circular shaped canopy, possibly railway complete with bracket.
  86. Six soldier cards in frame.
  87. Twenty sailing ship and galleon cards in frame.
  88. Propelling pencil with inscription "The Office of the Taff Valley Railway to R Cairns 1861" with seal on top end.
  89. Platform scales by W & T Avery, Birmingham plated "Pooley & Son NER 358 Liverpool" and "H Pooley & Son To Weigh 5 cwt" ex Melmerby station.
  90. Extensive 1940s Meccano set in wooden box with various trays and drawers.
  91. Eighteen luggage labels - GWR, SR with three wagon labels.
  92. Twenty two luggage labels - GWR, SR & BR with a Pay Train Guide 1976 and Northumbrian Ranger ticket 1986.
  93. Twenty four Northern Ireland railway tickets.
  94. Eleven British Railways tickets.
  95. Twelve whole Edmonson tickets with twenty halves mainly Stockton area.
  96. Fourteen whole Edmonson tickets with seventeen halves mainly West London area.
  97. Nineteen bus tickets, London Transport etc.
  98. Eighteen bus tickets including red and white, Southern Vectis, Western Welsh, West Yorkshire etc.
  99. LMS Letterpress poster, 20" x 30" 1923 from Skipton.
  100. BR(S) Totem "SELHURST" Green Fully Flanged
  101. Framed and glazed carriage print "Cromer, Norfolk" by F W Baldwin.
  102. Irish miniature single line staff - GORT / ARDRAHAN.
  103. Framed and glazed carriage print "Sandsend, near Whitby, Yorkshire" by Jack Merriott.
  104. BR(S) Totem "BOTLEY" Green Fully Flanged.
  105. Framed and glazed carriage print "Gorleston-on-Sea, Norfolk" by F Donald Blake.
  106. Two BR anti-macassars, one with embroidered "BR" initials and the other with printed "double arrow" sign.
  107. Framed and glazed carriage print "Pickering, Yorkshire" by Jack Merriott.
  108. Alloy single line key token "MACHYNLLETH - DOVEY JUNCTION".
  109. Framed and glazed carriage print, LMS Series longer format "Knutsford, Cheshire" by Charles Knight.
  110. Binder containing nearly 700 original colour transparencies, 300 mounted and 390 unmounted. All of Irish Railways, many of two Irish Steam locomotives (one named), but also many of working diesel locomotives, DMU's, stations, signal boxes etc.
  111. 285 black and white 35mm negatives, all of traction engines, steam rollers and the like, top quality sharp focus shots, very expensive camera used.
  112. 46 black and white, 6" x 4" diesel photographs - Peaks, Deltics and Class 40s, all different.
  113. Seven early model railway publications, all from the 1930s.
  114. Box of signalling interest including plans Fenchurch Street - Upminster, Romford - Pitsea & Grimsby Pasture Street, also ER route books from Kings Cross plus much paperwork and other signalling publications.
  115. Five large professional drawings for a 1" gauge live steam LNER V2 locomotive by Martin Evans, Model Engineer, dated 1971.
  116. Two hundred and fifty quality colour photographs of BR stations, buildings, signal boxes etc., many captioned, 6" x 4".
  117. Box of railway books and paperwork, mainly softbacks etc.
  118. Delve box of black and white railway photographs, some good quality shots - No Preservation.
  119. One hundred and forty larger size black and white photographs, mainly locomotives and trains, with a few stations etc., some captioned.
  120. Large number of mostly unmounted colour transparencies, all of USA and Canadian, steam and diesel locomotives, including the "Zephyr" and "Santa-Fe" Streamliners. 100 different with many spares, mostly captioned.
  121. Fifty old black and white postcards of Pre-Group locomotives from various companies, reasonable condition for their age.
  122. 270 black and white postcard size photographs - Locomotives and trains, rolling stock, signal boxes (some interiors), gantry and lineside signals etc, including 55 black and white photographs in and around Louth station Lincolnshire, just after closure, many photos captioned.
  123. Small box of public and working timetables, some dating back to 1947, 30 items.
  124. Box of railway photographs and postcards, mixed subjects, 400 approx. worth sorting.
  125. Blue Funnel Line black glass square dish, items from this Company are seldom seen, in very good condition.
  126. Small oval ended brass tin with hinged lid, marked "SS Nieuw Amsterdam" Holland Amerika Line (Dutch spelling), first class only. These tins were presented to first class passengers crossing the Atlantic in the 1920's.
  127. Marklin print featuring a busy scene at a large station, possibly a train set box lid, 17" x 14".
  128. Don Breckon sepia print of "GWR 14xx tank at a Halt".
  129. Framed and glazed print "Broughton Station".
  130. Framed and glazed print "Henry Oakley 150th Anniversary".
  131. LMS mirror.
  132. Framed and glazed print "Opening of S&DR 1825" Dobbin published, 1975.
  133. Framed and glazed print of "G&SWR No 74".
  134. Framed and glazed print of "6000".
  135. Box of F&G railway crests etc.
  136. Large bundle of posters, prints, maps etc.
  137. Enamel notice "Warning Limited Clearance".
  138. Platform sign "Trains To Liverpool" with arrow, ex Ormskirk station.
  139. Platform sign "Trains to Preston" with arrow, ex Ormskirk station.
  140. Trackside sign "In Emergency Phone Signalman", ex Ormskirk station.
  141. Platform Foam fire extinguisher.
  142. Large wall mounted NBR gas lamp with bracket.
  143. LMS general purpose hand lamp.
  144. BR general purpose hand lamp.
  145. Two GWR inner signal lamps and an LMS inner signal lamp etc.
  146. Assorted railway ties and a carriage blind.
  147. Box of assorted railwayana.
  148. Box of railway books.
  149. Mersey Ship Canal hand lamp.
  150. SR inner signal lamp.
  151. Hand held Tilley inspection lamp.
  152. BR(WR) hand lamp.
  153. BR(WR) guards protection lamp.
  154. Switchboard Operator's railway telephone.
  155. Large plate glass running-in board "BARNHAM".
  156. Wooden sign "Dock Branch Ground Frame".
  157. SECR wall bracket.
  158. Platelayers hammer and pick axe.
  159. GWR - "Warbuoys" running-in board.
  160. Edmonson ticket dater plated "Waterlow & Sons".
  161. Locomotive Nameplate "KIRBY HALL" ex-GWR 49xx class 4-6-0 No. 5993 built at Swindon to Lot No 327 in December 1939. First allocated to Reading MPD and withdrawn from there in April 1963, to be cut up at Swindon Works 6/63. The plate is from the right hand side of the locomotive, fully beaded and in "ex loco" condition.
  162. GNR milepost 201.
  163. Royal Engineers bronze badge, unrestored with the original remains of securing bolts in rear. These badges were fixed above the nameplates on the WD locomotives at Longmoor etc.
  164. "Borax - Extract of Soap" advertising sign, in very good condition, 24" x 7".
  165. Road sign "T" junction ex roadside condition.
  166. Pictorial advertising sign "Ever Ready" shows page boy with torches and batteries, Indian script, 18" x 12", in very good condition.
  167. "Midland Counties Ice Cream" tinplate sign, 20" x 24", in good condition.
  168. Ring top sign from "Bishop Thornton" with Yorkshire WR in top half of sign and the map reference in the lower half 268638. In the 1930s, the Ministry of Transport asked WR District and Dorset to include the map reference as an experiment. Unrestored with traces of the original paint - a rare survivor, see "Road Signs" by Stuart Hands, Page 22.
  169. BR three aspect hand lamp marked "Louth" all complete, vaguely restored.
  170. Box of BR timetables - 21 NER 1949 - 1968, an ER edition 1969/70, a 1990 National edition plus nearly 100 individual line timetables (Yorkshire area) from mid 1970's to early 1990's and a 1950 BR "Extracts From Rule Book".
  171. Framed and glazed Cuneo limited edition print "Night Express".
  172. Aluminium depot plaque for Crewe (Diesel) Depot depicting a Leaping Cat.
  173. Large Keswickware plate.
  174. Folder of LNER documents.
  175. Framed section drawings of an LNER D49 Hunt/Shire 4-4-0 Locomotive.
  176. NER brass lubricator.
  177. BR Acme warning horn.
  178. LNER voltage meter.
  179. Advertising sign for "Kraft Cheddar - 6d for 6 portions".
  180. "Bronco" cowboy advertising sign.
  181. Switching-Out block instrument.
  182. Wood cased ampere meter with plate on side "Test Room S&T Crewe".
  183. Tyers gong block instrument.
  184. BR(E) small lamp/fire lighter.
  185. Four different 1929 Southern Railway share certificates.
  186. Box of miscellaneous railway paperwork/timetables.
  187. Box of miscellaneous railway paperwork/timetables.
  188. Box of miscellaneous railway paperwork/timetables.
  189. Box of miscellaneous railway paperwork/timetables.
  190. Paperweight - LNER A3 Loco.
  191. Box of miscellaneous railway paperwork/timetables.
  192. Box of miscellaneous railway paperwork/timetables/videos.
  193. Box of miscellaneous railway paperwork/timetables/videos.
  194. Box of "OO" and "O" gauge models.
  195. A miscellaneous lot including a BR(NER) enamel badge, LMS corkscrew and Railway Timekeeper watch.
  196. Twenty plus vintage postcards of Middlesbrough/Durham/Newcastle area with a few railway pictures.
  197. Thirty plus vintage postcards of Yorkshire/Humberside area with a few railway pictures.
  198. Box of miscellaneous railway paperwork and tickets.
  199. Over 500 miscellaneous railway postcards.
  200. A postcard album, over 300 mixed locations.
  201. Wirral Railway paperwork 1893 - 8 and two staff record cards (one 49 years service and one 6 years service - note the reprimands) and a meeting report re: Liverpool Loop 1971.
  202. Framed and glazed advertisment for "The Hunslet Engine Compy." locomotives.
  203. Box of 48 videos - steam rallies and traction engines.
  204. Midland Railway gradient arm - 324/524.
  205. GWR jigsaw "Cheltenham Flyer".
  206. Two signal arms - home and distant.
  207. Three Railway Convalescent Homes badges, all different.
  208. Box of 24 videos - trams, trucks and trolley buses etc.
  209. Loco shed plate - 34A Kings Cross.
  210. EWS satchel and a "Virgin" rucksack.
  211. BR mop bucket and a BR water carrier.
  212. GWR cast iron trespass sign, Pre-Grouping.
  213. Two black on white station signs "Millom" and "Ladies".
  214. BR tool bag and "wet-gear" and an Intercity document case.
  215. N.W. Railway and S.E. Railway journals (Vols 1- 3 for both).
  216. Carriage print "1885 - North Staffs Railway" in original frame.
  217. Assorted railway games and jigsaws.
  218. Four alloy bridge plates (1970s) numbers 89, 93, 96 & 97.
  219. Box of railway books.
  220. Two "Elms Hotel, Morecambe" plates and two others.
  221. Bag of GWR buttons, 30 plus.
  222. BR tail lamp.
  223. Box of working timetables.
  224. Box of "traffolite" signal box plates (ex; Lancaster No 4).
  225. Eight LMS internal parcels labels - Dundee W, Dumfries, Dingwall, Callander, Greenock, Gourock, Dornoch and Wemyss Bay.
  226. North Eastern Railway cast iron bridge restriction notice signed C N Wilkinson, unrestored complete but broken in half.
  227. London & North Eastern Railway small "Beware of the Trains. Look Both Up and Down the Line Before You Cross" cast iron sign, unrestored, casting number 021.
  228. Mersey Railway enamel "Danger Electrified Lines Trespassers Will Be Prosecuted" red and black on white background.
  229. British Railways poster enamel with Midland Region totem emblem, double royal size.
  230. Two NER "Shut This Gate" and "Penalty for Neglect 2" cast iron signs.
  231. North British Railway cast iron "Weak Bridge", Sec. John Cathles, broken/BR riveted repair.
  232. Box containing working timetables and other railway operating publications etc.
  233. Box of over 50 black and white photographs.
  234. 120 railway colour slides of stations, depots and trains including some Colour Rail, many from the Pre-Beeching closure era., steam infrastructure scenes.
  235. Box of over 60 A5 size black and white photographs.
  236. Collection of 70 red and green diamond platform tickets.
  237. Box of railway books and videos.
  238. Collection of 80 Pre-decimal single journey Edmondson travel tickets, from all BR regions, some closed station tickets, all used and dated.
  239. Selection of over 20 items of buttons and badges from Pre-Grouping to BR.
  240. Selection of over 120 luggage labels from Pre-Grouping to BR.
  241. 8 handbills from Pre-Grouping to BR including closed stations and lines.
  242. LNER RUSWARP 1937 original framed and glazed sign re: instructions for working Sneaton ground frame.
  243. BR DMU fuel tank gauge.
  244. Box of railway hardback books.
  245. Framed L&NER timetable from 3rd July to 24th September 1939. Meet the Sun on the East Coast, from Market Weighton station. Has all the closed stations on the Wolds line - Middleton-on-Wolds, Holme Moor, Bubwith, Cliff Common, Londesbrough, Pocklington, Fangfoss, Stamford Bridge etc., on the back of the timetable hand wrote from departure of trains Market Weighton, time of trains.
  246. Modern carriage print ex Class 158 from Northern Spirit, Saltburn, "Much more beside the sea "Saltburn" a great place to visit by train".
  247. Twelve postcards, poster cards, plus photo of HBR, luggage labels, etc., in a postcard book.
  248. Two general instructions and notices British Railways 5th May - 1st June 1973, 8th March - 4 April 1975 plus a book British Rail Ticket Examiner's Handbook" BR 25952 Jan 1985.
  249. Thirty luggage labels - North Eastern Railway and London & North Eastern Railway in a folder from East & North Yorkshire etc.
  250. Shed plate - 56B Ardsley.
  251. Great Western Railway jigsaw and box "The Cornish Riviera Express" and a London Midland & Scottish Railway jigsaw and box "The Royal Scot".
  252. BR(W) loco gauge lamp.
  253. Great Western Railway publication "Somerset Ways" and a record "Severn Valley Steam".
  254. London & North Eastern Railway Wedgwood plate "York Minster".
  255. Southern Railway lamp.
  256. London & North Eastern Railway Wedgwood plate "Norwich Cathedral".
  257. Shipping P&O cup and saucer and a Canadian Pacific Steamship Lines Minton Dish.
  258. Assorted pay tokens.
  259. British Railways Western Region guards lamp.
  260. London Midland & Scottish Railway guards lamp.
  261. Framed and glazed carriage print "Robin Hoods Bay" by Frank Sherwin.
  262. Framed and glazed carriage print "Welwyn Viaduct, Hertfordshire" by S R Badmin.
  263. Enamel advertising sign "Midland Counties Ice Cream", 24" x 17".
  264. Enamel sign "Stop do Not Proceed Without Shunters Permission" with direction arrow, not common, 18" x 17".
  265. BR(NE) tangerine door plate "Waiting Room".
  266. Box of railway paperwork.
  267. Three accident reports - Harrow & Wealdstone 8th Oct 1952; St. Johns, Lewisham 4th December 1957 and Chapel-En-Le-Frith 9th February 1957.
  268. BR(M) maroon sign "PARKING" with British Railways totem logo.
  269. LNER "Coronation" streamlined train booklet.
  270. LNER Pullman Car trains small card fold out timetable notice for July 18th 1932 u.f.n - "Queen of Scots, West Riding Pullman etc", very rare.
  271. LNER paperwork miscellany - "LNER Engine Names publicity brochure", "Rambles in Buckinghamshire", "Selling Passenger Transport", "Notes on Literature" and "1947 Passenger Timetable Book".
  272. LNER book "Cathedrals, Abbeys & Historic Places".
  273. Sundry lot.
  274. Sundry lot.
  275. Sundry lot.
  276. Aluminium advertising sign "Michelin" depicting the famous rubber man, 30" x 30".
  277. Framed and glazed reproduction poster "Saltburn-by-the-Sea".
  278. Pub wall plaque "Draught Bass", 11" x 20".
  279. Old cartage lamp complete with vessel and burner.
  280. Cunard White Star jigsaw puzzle "R.M.S Queen Mary" by William McDowell, complete and made up with book style box.
  281. Model of "Britannia" locomotive made from coal.
  282. LNER three aspect hand lamp in the NER transitional style, body stamped "West H.Pool" and basically complete.
  283. Met Cammell wagon builders plate, patent hopper ballast wagon 1951. Sandblasted ready for painting.
  284. Chas. Roberts oval wagon plate - To Carry 21 tons 1944.
  285. Cunard Line pictorial embarkation notice, So'ton - New York Service 1961, original "Refillable" frame and glass, 13" x 12".
  286. Box of assorted glass oil lamp chimneys, various sizes.
  287. Esso half pint oil pouring can.
  288. Three books on the Deltic locomotive.
  289. LMS-LNER guide "London".
  290. Ian Allan publication "BR Steamers Of The Clyde", 1948.
  291. Brass ornamental "Concorde" on stand.
  292. L&NWR wooden guards whistle.
  293. Canadian Pacific small china sugar bowl.
  294. Pullman small china peanut dish.
  295. Leyland Swift bus radiator badge.
  296. Pack of CPR playing cards, boxed and complete.
  297. Silver Knight quart oil can in good condition.
  298. Small "Ritmeester Cigars" glass topped display case.
  299. Fina green paraffin storage/filler can.
  300. BR leather cash bag from Burnmouth.
  301. Small flare can with snuffer and chain.
  302. Quantity of shipping and ferry company playing cards.
  303. NER conical lamp filler can.
  304. Midland Railway "Look-Out" armband, no straps.
  305. Early bullseye hand lamp of unusual design, lacks innards but possibly Hull & Barnsley.
  306. Two Shildon "D" wagon plates.
  307. BR(E) dark blue and gilt totem cap badge.
  308. Box of videos, books, DVDs etc.
  309. BR(NE) orange sign "INFORMATION" from early days at Collectors Corner, York.
  310. "Cathay Pacific" box set of two, in original holder.
  311. "More Street Jewellery" 1982 by Christopher Baglee and Andrew Morley.
  312. Large box of railway books and ephemera.
  313. Similar lot.
  314. Similar lot.
  315. LNER Rail Steamer Tour tickets, 3rd Class steerage (Scotland).
  316. Box of 10 good quality railway books.
  317. Box of 10 good quality railway books.
  318. Box of 10 good quality railway books.
  319. Box of 10 good quality railway books.
  320. Box of 10 good quality railway books.
  321. Three British Railways buttons (two silver and one gold) plus Lion-on-wheel cap badge, brass with British Railways in tangerine.
  322. Large display cabinet.
  323. Similar lot.
  324. Small display cabinet.
  325. Similar lot.
  326. Large display cabinet
  327. Large collection of LNER tickets, issued mostly during World War II.
  328. Box of Ordnance Survey and other maps.
  329. "Welshpool and Llanfair Railway" timetable poster 1968, with tube.
  330. Box of bus timetables, 1960s to 1980s.
  331. British Transport Commission statistics, 1948 - 49.
  332. Five railway calendars.
  333. Large OS map River Welland Catchment Board and an old map of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
  334. LNER Holiday handbook.
  335. Box of railway timetables and ephemera.
  336. Box of foreign railway timetables.
  337. Box of Midland Red bus timetables.
  338. NER Tourist programme, 1891.
  339. Booklet "Centenary of South African Railways".
  340. Booklet "Centenary of The Orient Express".
  341. Northern Echo 1975 Commemorative, facsimile edition.
  342. Box of Oakwood Press railway books.
  343. Box of canal and maritime books.
  344. LMS Book "A Century of Progress".
  345. Box of softback books, all railway subjects.
  346. Box of mostly hardback books, all railway subjects
  347. Card of railway pay checks including LYR Manchester, GWR, Swindon, LNWR, BR and LMS.
  348. Box of softback books, all railway subjects.
  349. Box of mostly (as new) Ian Allan, OPC, and Platform 5 trainspotting books with some Combined volumes.
  350. Folder of British Railways handbills including some football events, must be viewed!
  351. Carriage print "Crowland, Lincolnshire" by Kenneth Steel from the LNER series, in an original type frame and in good condition.
  352. Box of good quality railway books.
  353. Original cast iron railway sign.
  354. Box of miscellaneous railway items.
  355. Boxed Trix International No: 52 1200 00 "HO" scale "Der Adler" set from the 1970s.
  356. Box of 12 assorted railway books in excellent condition.
  357. Box of 12 railway books in excellent condition.
  358. NER 1/4 mile post.
  359. Book on the North British Station Hotel, Edinburgh, first published 1902 updated and republished 1991.
  360. Collection of GNER crockery, one place sitting consisting of nine items.
  361. Pair of brass Engine Works plates, Cummings Rail.
  362. LMS publication 1930 "Instructions Respecting Signalling in foggy weather or during falling snow".
  363. Pair of World War I NER staff armbands.
  364. Framed and glazed certificate "Best Length 1949 Stratford".
  365. Large collection of coach window warning stickers.
  366. LNER marked station brass hand bell.
  367. Large British Rail "WAY OUT" sign.
  368. Large metal sign "British Rail Locomotives Not To Pass This Point".
  369. Wood cased wall telephone.
  370. Box of engine gauge glasses and brass frames.
  371. Original NER mounted photograph of the interior of a Tyneside Electric Coach at Gosforth Car Sheds.
  372. Framed and glazed British Rail North Eastern Region handbill advertising the new diesel service between Leeds - South Milford and Selby, 17th June to 8th September 1963.
  373. NER style bridge number "152" possibly an LNER casting due to its size.
  374. L&NER locomotive worksplate, Darlington 1928.
  375. Small ground signal spectacle cast iron indicator.
  376. Large metal sign "Engineers Spoil Wagons".
  377. Large metal sign "British Rail Tickets".
  378. Large collection of tickets from the Festiniog Railway and Irish Railway Company CDRJC.
  379. Pair of brass locomotive Class 37 air horns.
  380. GNR brown milk jug "Refreshment Dept".
  381. Small heavy base glass tumbler, (LNER script).
  382. Framed and glazed British Railways handbill advertising "A Special Excursion by Diesel Train, Millers Dale, Matlock, Matlock Bath - Sunday 28th October 1956", a very early diesel train excursion.
  383. LMS publication 1947 "Train Signalling Regulations for Enginemen, Guards" booklet.
  384. Pair of limited edition scale models as used in the making of Thunderbirds - Thunderbird 1 & 3.
  385. Box collection of 8 DVD Railway Journeys - A Collectors Edition of the Worlds Most Greatest Railway Journeys, from Russia, Germany, South Africa, China, Hungary, Romania, Oriental Express, Vietnam, The Czech Republic, Poland, Tunisia, Israel, Zimbabwe, Namibia, India and Sri Lanka, as new.
  386. Framed and glazed GWR invoice for Stoke Works, October 1869.
  387. Key fob - Royal Station Hotel, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
  388. French Railway coach destination board steel as carried on the side of coach - Tarbes, Toulouse - Pau - Bayonne, 1970s/1980s.
  389. Large collection of LMS Blackpool tickets.
  390. Collection of Special Train tickets for the "Rocket 150" at Rainhill 24th May 1980.
  391. Large collection of various railway company luggage labels.
  392. Souvenir Ticket boxed, made from stainless steel to commemorate the introduction of Manchester Airport 22nd May 1998.
  393. Wood cased wall mounted telephone.
  394. NER cast iron weight restriction sign.
  395. Collection of diesel locomotive photographs including early diesels.
  396. Two Newcastle & Carlisle Railway "Cheap Trains, Whitsuntide Holidays" framed timetables.
  397. Square hand lamp with pie crust top complete with burner and another hand lamp.
  398. GEC Suggs type gas platform lamp.
  399. Great Western Railway cast iron Trespass notice.
  400. Box of miscellaneous railwayana.
  401. Box of railway coats, pullover etc.
  402. Four SR stock certificates in frame and a framed L&NER stock certificate, 1920s.
  403. Pool red petrol can.
  404. Large oil can, with NER plate.
  405. LNER water tin, HBR line.
  406. Waterlow & Sons ticket dating machine.
  407. "Goodyear" Tyre Pressure tin plate sign.
  408. British Railways Pacific Class No 70000 "Britannia" mirror and a Flying Scotsman relief picture.
  409. Framed Weston print "Giants at Camden" and a framed photograph of Class A1 locomotive No 60156 "Great Central" at Doncaster Shed.
  410. Bassett-Lowke Railways Commemorative Edition book, No 896 to 5000.
  411. Sundry lot of tickets, Highland Railway Hotels cup, handbills etc.
  412. Ticket from the Midland & South Western Junction Railway for a journey from Chiseldon to Manchester, framed but not stuck down.
  413. Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway ticket from Ottley to Southport issued in 1901 framed but not stuck down.
  414. NER leatherette contract ticket from Hull to Hessle January 20th to July 19th 1898, with companys coat of arms in gold on cover.
  415. NER season ticket from Leeds to Scarborough, August 24th to September 20th 1883.
  416. Collection of railway paperwork including platform tickets, leaflets etc.
  417. Box of railway books and an Argo EP "North Eastern Engines".
  418. Two ivorine signal lever plates (from Scarborough?).
  419. Four videos "Cam Camwell Collection" Vols 1, 3, 4, & 6.
  420. Oil can, stencilled "LNER SK".
  421. Box of railwayana.
  422. Collection of railway tickets, mostly halves.
  423. Collection of five NER pay checks, 3 railway buttons, badges etc.
  424. Sixty black and white postcards sized photographs.
  425. Wagon plate - E 21 Tons 1948 306715.
  426. NER step tread.
  427. General purpose lamp, stamped "BR(S)".
  428. Replica brass nameplate "Conqueror" (Jubilee 4-6-0 45701).
  429. NER corner wall lamp.
  430. SR glass decanter.
  431. LMS Cars drinking glass.
  432. Aluminium "No Through Road" sign.
  433. NER bridge plate number 68A.
  434. Large heavy brass safe-makers plate "Milners".
  435. Large collection of Edmondson Railway tickets.
  436. Pair of early British Railways "Smoking Strictly Prohibited By Order" hanging card notices.
  437. Diesel and electric locomotive photographs with negatives.
  438. Cartage lamp (candle lit).
  439. Large collection of stamps, loose and in an album, some are railway.
  440. Large British Rail metal sign "Civil Engineer's Spoil Wagons Only".
  441. Pair of large British Rail Civil Engineers notices from Birmingham.
  442. Aluminium BR "Way Out" sign.
  443. Framed letter from GNR Kings Cross, dated 1871.
  444. BRE(M) "Marine" drinking glass.
  445. Large collection of various railway companies luggage labels.
  446. Box of miscellaneous railwayana.
  447. Collection of LMS pay tokens.
  448. Framed and glazed LMS carriage print showing the Art Deco interior of Leeds City station.
  449. Large LNER (etched) drinking glass.
  450. Trix Twin TTR "OO" model railway items, rolling stock, track, points, etc., many items in original boxes.
  451. Hornby "O" gauge trucks, carriages, points, track etc., some boxed.
  452. Carriage print "Loch Morar, Invernesshire" by W Douglas MacLeod.
  453. Carriage print "Wallace Monument, near Stirling" by Jack Merriott.
  454. Carriage print "The Three Sisters, Glencoe, Argyll" by Frank Sherwin.
  455. Ten plans showing signalling details for signal boxes in the Leeds area (c.1960) for:- Armley Moor, Bramley, Wortley West, Leeds Central Station 'A' and 'B', Leeds City East (1936), Leeds City West (1937), Holbeck No 1 & No 2 GF's.
  456. Seven plans showing signalling details for signal boxes in the Huddersfield area (NER c.1960) for:- Huddersfield, Hollidays Siding, Heaton Lodge, Hillhouse No 1 & No 4, Red Doles Jcn and Linthwaite.
  457. Eight plans showing signalling details for signal boxes in the Huddersfield area (NER c.1960) for:- Kirkburton Jcn, Kirkheaton GF's, Bradley Jcn, Spen Valley Jcn, Hillhouse No 2, Deighton, Slaithwaite and Longwood Goods.
  458. Nine plans showing signalling details for former signal boxes on the line between Huddersfield and Penistone (NER c.1960) for:- Honley, Denby Dale, Shepley, Berry Brow, Brockholes Jcn, Thongs Bridge, Holmfirth, Lockwood, Meltham Branch and Clayton West Station.
  459. Photographs of railways in North Yorkshire.
  460. Coloured map of the LMSR England and Wales, dated 1938.
  461. Station sign "BRADFORD INTERCHANGE" black lettering on white background.
  462. Wooden sign "DARLINGTON" and a smaller wooden sign "DARLINGTON CROSSING".
  463. Adlake lamp with orange bullseye lens.
  464. Black stop lamp with bullseye lens.
  465. Large cast iron spanner and three cast iron trolley wheels.
  466. LNE 1934 rail chair and another.
  467. Large oil drum with screw top and an LNE 40 balance weight.
  468. Box of lamps etc.
  469. SR "Eastleigh" hand lamp.
  470. Navy & Army tin plate sign showing two bull dogs and various framed pictures.
  471. Brass plate Railway Signal Ltd Liverpool and another.
  472. Framed and glazed railway carriage print "Woodbridge, Suffolk" by Jack Merriott
  473. Railway lamp.
  474. Similar lot.
  475. Box of block instrument spares.
  476. Wagon plate.
  477. Similar lot.
  478. Railway lamp.
  479. Railway tail lamp.
  480. Railway guards hand lamp.
  481. Box of railway books, good titles.
  482. Box of assorted paperwork.
  483. Similar lot.
  484. Similar lot.
  485. Box of "OO" railway models.
  486. Similar lot.
  487. Railway lamp.
  488. Signal repeater.
  489. Similar lot.
  490. LNER wooden cased block instrument.
  491. Box of cast iron numbers.
  492. Similar lot.
  493. Similar lot.
  494. North Eastern Railway station bench.
  495. Railway buttons, carriage key etc.
  496. Box of "O" gauge loco parts.
  497. Railway carriage print "Bamburgh, Northumberland" by Jack Merriott, a very scarce print
  498. BR Look-Out armband and a pair of BTC plated sugar tongs.
  499. Hornby Great Western 0-6-0 locomotive, No 2744 and a K's GWR 0-4-2T locomotive.
  500. Hornby black 0-6-2 locomotive, No 69522 and a black 0-4-4 locomotive, No 30027.
  501. Hornby 0-6-0 Southern locomotive, No 104.
  502. Hornby GWR 4-6-0 Hall locomotive and tender, "Albert Hall", R 759.
  503. Hornby BR 4-6-0 locomotive and tender, "Clevedon Court", R 380.
  504. Hornby BR 2-8-0 locomotive and tender, Class 2800 No 2857, R 143.
  505. Hornby SR 4-6-0 locomotive and tender, "Sir Dinadan", R 154.
  506. Hornby Dockyard diesel shunter, R 253.
  507. Hornby LBSC Class E2, 0-6-0T locomotive, R 353.
  508. 0-6-0 locomotive and tender, No 44454.
  509. 4-6-0 locomotive and tender, "Royal Scot", No 46100.
  510. Airfix 0-6-0 locomotive and tender, No 44454.
  511. Airfix 2-6-2 locomotive, No 6167.
  512. Dapol locomotive, No 1438.
  513. Dapol 4-4-0 locomotive and tender, No 40684.
  514. Lima black locomotive, No 31337.
  515. Replica Railways Pannier 0-6-0 locomotive, No 8743.
  516. Replica Railways locomotive and tender, No 61132.
  517. Replica Railways locomotive and tender, "Lady Margaret Hall", No 7911.
  518. Hornby BR 4-6-2 locomotive and tender, Battle of Britain Class "Lord Beaverbrook", R 310.
  519. Hornby BR 4-6-2 locomotive and tender, "Lady Patricia", R 037.
  520. Hornby BR Class 4P (4MT) 2-6-4 tank locomotive, No 42308, R 062.
  521. Hornby LMS Patriot Class locomotive and tender, "Duke of Sutherland", R 311.
  522. Hornby BR 4-6-0 Patriot Class locomotive and tender, "Pte. E Sykes VC", R 578.
  523. Hornby SR Schools Class V locomotive and tender, "Stowe", R 380.
  524. Bachmann V2 60800 BR black locomotive and tender "Green Arrow".
  525. Bachmann J39 64964 BR Early Crest locomotive and tender.
  526. Bachmann Ivatt 2-6-2 tank locomotive, BR Lined black, No 41241.
  527. Bachmann Ivatt 2-6-2 tank locomotive, BR Lined black, No 41221.
  528. Mainline 4-6-0 LMS locomotive and tender, "Neptune", No 5687.
  529. Triang 4-6-0 LNER locomotive and tender, No 8509.
  530. Triang LMS locomotive and tender, "City of Edinburgh". No 6241.
  531. SR diesel shunter and wagon and a GW 2-6-2 locomotive, No 6110.
  532. Triang 4-6-2 locomotive and tender, No 34051 "Winston Churchill".
  533. Hornby Dublo 4-6-0 locomotive and tender, "Princess Margaret", No 4506.
  534. Triang 4-4-0 locomotive and tender, No 31789.
  535. Hornby 4-6-0 locomotive and tender, "Sir Cador of Cornwall", No 30804.
  536. Hornby 4-6-0 locomotive and tender, "Flying Scotsman", No 60103.
  537. Lima 2-6-0 locomotive and tender, No 32349.
  538. BR 0-6-0 tank locomotive, No 47606.
  539. BR 2-6-4 locomotive, No 80033.
  540. BR 2-6-0 locomotive and tender, No 31811.
  541. Hornby GWR green locomotive, No 8751 and a Dapol GWR locomotive.
  542. Hornby locomotive, D7063, No 758.
  543. Five Bachmann crimson and cream coaches, 34-576, 34-528, 34-275, 34-130 & 34-450.
  544. Six Bachmann crimson and cream coaches, 34-275, two 34-300, 34-400, 34-475 & 34-553A.
  545. Five crimson and cream coaches, 34-275, two 34-503, 34-300 & 34-553A.
  546. Four Hornby Southern coaches - First, Third and two Guard/Luggage and a luggage van.
  547. Mainline BR maroon Buffet/Restaurant Car, a BR maroon Parcels van, a Triang maroon brake coach and another.
  548. Hornby BR ex LNER crimson and cream Sleeping Car, R 419 and three BR Composite coaches.
  549. Hornby Operating LMS Royal mail coach, R 413, a Hornby BR ex LNER crimson and cream Sleeping Car, R419 and a BR Composite coach.
  550. Hornby BR ex LNER crimson and cream Sleeping Car, R 419, a Replica Railways BR crimson and cream parcels van, an Airfix GWR Auto-coach and and Airfix BR Auto-coach.
  551. Three Hornby Southern coaches.
  552. Two Triang green locomotives, DMUs.
  553. Two Triang Southern locomotives, EMUs.
  554. Box of various wagons and vans.
  555. Four Airfix Corridor coaches and an Airfix GWR Livery brake coach.
  556. Three GMR coaches in GWR livery and a GWR siphon G wagon.
  557. Four Replica Railways crimson and cream Collett coaches.
  558. Three Replica Railways crimson and cream Collett coaches,
  559. Mainline 0-6-2T Class 6600 locomotive, No 6652.
  560. Mainline 0-6-0 Class 2251 Collett locomotive and tender, No 2213.
  561. Mainline BL. M/GUL locomotive and tender, No 5328.
  562. Six boxed Mainline vans and wagons.
  563. Box of various tickets and booklets.
  564. Bag of various tickets.
  565. Similar lot.
  566. Eight Quail Map Company Railway Track Diagrams booklets and a bag of tickets.
  567. Boxed 12 DVD Collector's Edition "The World's Greatest Railway Journeys - Europe".
  568. Box of five Lima and Mainline chocolate and cream coaches including restaurant car.
  569. Five Ian Allan books - Locospotters Annuals, 1965, 1967, 1969 & 1970 and Railway World Annual 1983.
  570. Box of Railway World Annuals, 1970s - 1980s.
  571. Book "Bridges For Modellers" by L V Wood and six Model Railway Constructor Annuals, 1980's.
  572. BR(M) Totem "WHITACRE" Fully Flanged from the ex Midland Station between Tamworth and Hampton-In-Arden - closed 1966.
  573. BR(S) Totem "RIDDLESDOWN" Fully Flanged
  574. LMS permanent way hatchet used for clearing lineside vegetation.
  575. LMS Hotels wooden coat hanger.
  576. Malton station postcard 1912 - Interior shot showing station staff and station in all its glory, lots of tin signs.
  577. British Railways 1960s working timetables, instructions, notices and general appendix.
  578. Box of railway books including Lancashire, Yorkshire and LNER.
  579. Original framed and glazed Hamilton Ellis carriage print "Travel in 1865" Blackpool to Manchester LYR Railway near Kirkham.
  580. British Railways carriage print (unframed) "Rail and Road Tours to Wensleydale" From Darlington, Middlesbrough, Redcar and Saltburn.
  581. Two LMS sepia carriage prints (unframed) - "Struan, The Garry, Perthshire" and "Auldgarth Bridge, Dumfrieshire".
  582. LMS sepia carriage print in original frame "Bettws-Y-Coed, Caernarvonshire".
  583. Box of railway books.
  584. LMS sepia carriage print in original frame "Edinburgh Castle", highly collected print, some water staining.
  585. Large framed print "Birmingham Snow Hill Station" in steam days.
  586. Pair of Kodak Carousel S-AV2000 slide carousels each with space for 80 slides.
  587. Pair of official GWR publications:- "Cheltenham Flyer" 1934 and "Locos of The Royal Road" 1936 complete with its fold out loco sectional diagram.
  588. Southern Railway publication "Yachting On The Sunshine Coast", 1932.
  589. Three British Railways rambling books relating to Hertfordshire, Somerset and Epping Forest, all in very good condition with maps etc.
  590. Three LNER rambling books relating to Suffolk, Essex and Walking & Cycling Tours around Manchester, all in very good condition with maps etc.
  591. LMS "A Century of Progress - London to Birmingham 1838 - 1938".
  592. Folder containing 7 official British Railways Holiday brochures.
  593. Similar lot.
  594. Three GWR Legend Land booklets in good condition and superbly illustrated, dated 1922/23.
  595. GWR official publication "Historic Sites & Scenes of England", dated 1924.
  596. LNER publication "On Either Side", 1939.
  597. "Hills Of The South" published by the Southern Railway in 1939.
  598. Three GWR Dramatic Society programmes, interesting content.
  599. Three GWR Operatic Society programmes.
  600. LNER publication "On Either Side".
  601. Quantity of luggage labels, various location, Pre-Grouping to BR.
  602. Tinplate "Tyre Pressure" sign.
  603. Box of Agreements and other paperwork.
  604. Large Great Western Railway "Stop" lamp used on buffers etc., with prominent face, complete with internal lamp. Ideal for a Preservation Society.
  605. Full title LNER cast iron Trespass notice.
  606. Loco registation plate, BTC 1968 No 3309.
  607. BR(E) hand lamp, GC pattern plated "Thorn South".
  608. Eight locomotive drawings for SR, LMS, LNER & GWR.
  609. Old auction catalogues from Sheffield Railwayana and others.
  610. Loco diesel engine plate - GEC Newton le Willows 56040.
  611. Thirty Staffordshire Police buttons, large and small.
  612. Signal box diagram "Wortley South (1965)".
  613. Signal box diagram "Rothwell Haigh (1961)".
  614. Signal box diagram "Holbeck Jcn (1960)".
  615. Signal box diagram "Dewsbury No 2 (1965)".
  616. Signal box diagram "Wakefield Westgate North".
  617. Three Heckmondwyke and Armley Moor maps.
  618. Four 78 records of steam locomotives noise recordings.
  619. Two line drawings - GWR & BR(W) Devon and Somerset.
  620. Double royal poster 1946 BTC Increase in Rail Fares.
  621. Set of plastic lever plates (1-15) from Crofton signalbox, on the L&Y Pontefract to Wakefield line.
  622. Set of 15 plastic lever plates (16-30) from Crofton signalbox, on the L&Y Pontefract to Wakefield line.
  623. Pair of cast iron handles for stirrup operated detonator placers. These were used where there were insufficient levers to provide lever operated detonator placers.
  624. Pair of cast iron lever plates from Ashington Colliery signal box. ("SB Outer Home" and "Signal Longhirst Line to Down Main"). From the private colliery owned railway in Northumberland.
  625. Set of 15 plastic lever plates (31-45) from Crofton signal box, on the L&Y Pontefract to Wakefield line.
  626. Set of 15 plastic lever plates (46-60) from Crofton signal box, on the L&Y Pontefract to Wakefield line.
  627. Five paxaline lever description plates to fit Midland Railway or LMS lever frame.
  628. North Eastern Railway small brass description plate "From Highfield" from the pegging block instrument in Foggathorpe signal box on the Selby - Market Weighton line. These were fitted behind the glass just below the indicator in NER instruments.
  629. North Eastern Railway small brass description plate "From Holme" from the pegging block instrument in Foggathorpe signal box on the Selby - Market Weighton line. These were fitted behind the glass just below the indicator in NER instruments.
  630. Twelve BR(NER) pattern lever plates (between 3 - 36) from Bowesfield signal box (including some to Bridge Sidings and to Clay Lane).
  631. Fourteen BR(NER) pattern lever plates (between 39 and 77) from Bowesfield signal box (including some to Bridge Sidings and to Clay Lane),
  632. Four plastic lever plates including one which has been re-engraved on the reverse side.
  633. North Eastern Railway small brass description plate "From Upleatham" from a pegging block instrument. These were fitted behind the glass just below the indicator in NER instruments.
  634. Set of 6 small plastic labels from power signalling panel, including two referring to Corntonwood.
  635. Ten plastic lever description plates for a McKenzie & Holland pattern lever frame location unknown, but several refer to "Carriage Sidings".
  636. Twelve plastic lever description plates including one referring to "Trap Points" location unknown.
  637. North Eastern Railway small brass description plate "To Benton Quarry" from a non-pegging block instrument in Foggathorpe signal box on the Selby - Market Weighton line. These were fitted behind the glass just below the indicator in NER instruments.
  638. North Eastern Railway small brass description plate "To Stutton" from a non-pegging block instrument. These were fitted behind the glass just below the indicator in NER instruments.
  639. Eight lever description plates from Wakefield Kirkgate East signal box on the L&Y and GNR Joint line, including one to "Engine Works".
  640. Ten BR(NER) pattern lever description plates from Wellfield signal box at the junction of the line to Hartlepool with the Stockton - Sunderland line.
  641. Six BR(NER) pattern lever description plates from South Bank signal box in Middlesbrough.
  642. Cast aluminium depot plaque for "Willesden" warranted to be a 1980s casting direct from the original manufacturer.
  643. Cast aluminium depot plaque for "St. Blazey" warranted to be a 1980s casting direct from the original manufacturer.
  644. Cast aluminium depot plaque for "Stratford" warranted to be a 1980s casing direct from the original manufacturer.
  645. Cast aluminium depot plaque for "Eastleigh" warranted to be a 1980s casting direct from the original manufacturer.
  646. British Rail issue heavy duty overcoat, circa 1984 (with manufacturers label).
  647. British Rail issue drivers coat, circa 1982-84 (with manufacturers label).
  648. British Rail issue short collarless jacket, circa 1982-84 (with manufacturers label).
  649. British Rail issue pair of trousers (as new).
  650. British Rail issue shirt and tie (as new).
  651. Signalling book shows instruments.
  652. Spectacle plates for signals.
  653. Similar lot.
  654. Similar lot.
  655. Similar lot.
  656. Box of railway books.
  657. Similar lot.
  658. Similar lot.
  659. Railway lamp, LNER.
  660. Locomotive head lamp.
  661. Small hand lamp vessel for rape oil.
  662. Box of thumb-screws for block instruments
  663. Paper dial labels for repeaters etc.
  664. Box of old rail telephone spares.
  665. Box of Hornby "O" gauge trains.
  666. Railway lamp, GWR copper bottom.
  667. LMS hand lamp vessel.
  668. Assorted pay tokens, buttons etc.
  669. Similar lot.
  670. Book "Illustrated History of Hornby".
  671. Wagon plate.
  672. Railway guards hand lamp.
  673. Wagon plate.
  674. Railway block instrument.
  675. Railway telephone.
  676. Book "Locomotives In Retrospect" - a book of colour plates.
  677. Box of West Country railway books.
  678. Box of foreign railway hardback books.
  679. Box of foreign railway softback books.
  680. Box of railway videos and DVDs.
  681. Box of Yorkshire & North East railway books including Tomlinson's "North Eastern Railway".
  682. Box of mainly official railway and other publications.
  683. Box of Scottish railway books.
  684. Five Peter A Harding publications.
  685. Railway Gazette overseas railways 1948, 1959 & 1968.
  686. Nine Quail maps.
  687. Two books by Henry Greenly and a pamphlet by Arthur Heywood, all on miniature railways.
  688. Box of softback railway books.
  689. A "Handbook for Steam Locomotive Enginmen" and other railway publications.
  690. A folder of handbills.
  691. Box of railway books, mainly hardback.
  692. Box of railway books, mainly hardback.
  693. Box of railway hardback books.
  694. Ornate cast iron pillar cap from old Derby Station (demolished early 1950s) with provenance letter from Derby Museum.
  695. GNR (inscribed) cast iron waiting room fire curb.
  696. Framed plan of Swindon Works with insert plan, dated 1846 and a GWR road insignia transfer on board.
  697. Two vintage brass car lamps.
  698. Block instrument spares.
  699. Sundry lot.
  700. Box of assorted railway books.
  701. Assorted postcards of diesels.
  702. Railway lamp.
  703. Assorted hand lamp spares.
  704. Sundry lot.
  705. Assorted repeater spares.
  706. Box of railway books, good titles.
  707. Similar lot.
  708. Assorted drivers hand books.
  709. Assorted railway books, good titles.
  710. Railway lamp.
  711. Railway wagon plate.
  712. Block instrument spares.
  713. Similar lot.
  714. Leatherette season ticket holder from the Easingwold Railway.
  715. Collection of 10 tickets from the Easingwold Railway, all issued 1941 - 1944.
  716. Large collection of Isle of Man, Manx Railway and tramway tickets, approx. 300.
  717. NER Darlington section "Excess Luggage Ticket from Shildon to Crook", issused 1st August 1869.
  718. Framed GWR ticket/receipt from Stourport station stating that on the 5th November 1881 engine 245 was employed for 2hrs 15mins at the station and 2hrs 15mins shunting, signed by the station master at the time.
  719. Original NBR mounted crest.
  720. Large collection of Manx Northern Railway Co Ltd. card tickets, all First Class.
  721. Lifeboat flare tin container and an old oil can.
  722. LNER HS68 crossing gate lamp and an LNER guards van rear lamp.
  723. BR white engine drivers lamp.
  724. Two block bells with electric indicators.
  725. L&NWR cast iron bridge plate No. 35.
  726. Wooden cased block instrument with two train indicators.
  727. Block bell.
  728. BR black handlamp.
  729. BR black and yellow handlamp.
  730. Driver's loco cab lamp.
  731. GWR carriage sign "Communications Between Guard and Driver/ Passengers Lunch and Tea Baskets".
  732. Cast iron sign "Electrical instruction".
  733. Booking office ticket dating machine.
  734. Large NER water boiler / tea urn.
  735. Four painted roundels of Railway Coats of Arms.
  736. Three sets of cast iron cant plates.
  737. Similar lot.
  738. "Beware of Trains" cast iron sign, 24"x 18".
  739. Cast iron sign "Penalty for Neglect 2".
  740. Box of railway videos etc.
  741. Sundry lot.