LIve ONLINE ONLY RAILWAY MEMORABILIA & RAILWAYANA AUCTION
Friday 8th & Saturday 9th July 2022.
Lots 1 - 301 Friday 8th July Starts 10.00am Prompt
Lots 302 - 815 Saturday 9th July Starts 9.30am Prompt
1. Bids will be accepted by email, post and telephone up to and including Thursday 7th July 8pm
2. Phone bidding will be allowed only on lots valued at over £500 and will have limited availability
3. GWRA Live bid will carry our normal buyers premium of 18% inc vat (we are absorbing the internet charge)
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London & North Western Railway pre grouping nickel cased pocket watch with an English Lever fusee movement fully signed Walker & Son 48 Princess St Leicester Sq London 983, key wound and key set. The dial is enamelled L&NWR John Walker Princess St Leicester Sq London and has a couple of minor chips around the outside and some hairline cracks. The rear of the case is hand engraved LNWR Breaksman No 102 but is very worn and also 932 on the inner case. A very early LNWR watch which could benefit from a movement clean as it only goes for a few minutes when wound, the balance staff and mainspring are okay and comes with a key.Watches
North British Locomotive Company Glasgow official catalogue of Narrow Gauge Locomotives issued in 1912. Lists with photos all of the types they built and that were available including Tender, Tank and Rack Adhesion locomotives. In very good condition, a wealth of information. Measures 11.5in x 8.5in.Books
Worksplate THE HUNSLET ENGINE CO LTD LEEDS 204 HP No 5643 1960 ex British Railways Class 05 0-6-0 Diesel Shunter numbered D2594. Allocated new to 52E Percy Main and withdrawn in March 1967 from 51C West Hartlepool and scrapped the following year at Slag Reduction, Ickles. Oval cast brass measuring 11.5in x 8in. Face lightly cleaned.Worksplates Diesel
Worksplate BEYER PEACOCK & CO LTD 7075 BEYER GARRATT LOCOMOTIVE PATENETS 298422-518251 MANCHESTER 1944. Built for the Kenya Uganda Railway (war Department no 4418) type 4-8-2+2-8-4 and numbered 89 and later EAR no 5401. Oval cast iron measuring 10.25in x 5.25in. In as removed condition a rare Wartime cast iron plate and one of only 25 locomotives built with this style of plate.Worksplates Steam
Worksplate THE ENGLISH ELECTRIC COMPANY LTD LONDON No 2887/D603 1961 THE VULCAN FOUNDARY LTD LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, ENGLAND. Ex British Railways Class 37 numbered D6724 and 37024 in 1974 and 37714 in 1988 and named Thornaby TMD. Allocated new to 31B March and now preserved on the Great Central railway. In as removed condition as acquired from Doncaster works by the vendors late father who was the Chief Foreman of 4 bay which was the locomotive repair shop and test bays and the stripping shop at British Rail Engineering Ltd. Measures 10.125in x 4.5in.Worksplates Diesel