Diesel worksplate GM LOCOMOTIVE GROUP Manufactured at: London, Canada.MODEL JT42 CWR SERIAL 968702-248 DATE 05-00 ex class 66 66248.BR(S) brass 6in ships clock, original dial lettered B. Brass going barrel Smiths movement housed in a brass case which is stamped to the rear 11211 BRADING WHEEL HOUSE.The SR clock records show that this clock was in use on the MV Brading Wheel House and was deleted from railway service in December 1966.Brass steam locomotive whistle complete with valve and operating lever, stands 11.5in tall and the bell diameter is 2.5in.These are often sold as a Bagnall type whistle but are thought to be used on Steam cranes as well.Rectangular engraved aluminium in totally ex loco condition. Carriage Print TO FRANCE BY THE SEA ROUTE OF THE SOUTHERN BRITISH RAILWAYS (SOUTHERN) Advertisement 1950s, in excellent condition in an original type glazed frame measures 25in x 10in. but later style; British Railways Suburban Lines (Great Eastern section) route diagram circa late 1940s showing a much reduced route system with dock lines omitted (closed for passengers), the Hainault Loop now LPTB and main line electrified. GWR solid silver miniature tray with full Great Western Railway Twin Shield Coat of Arms and GENERAL STRIKE MAY 1926 TO MR W. GEORGE WITH THE GRATEFUL THANKS OF THE GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY CO.Together with a SR Carriage Panel FOR FULL PARTICULARS OF ADVERTISING ON THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY... Measures 5in x 3.5in and hallmarked Birmingham 1925 Sterling silver. London and North Eastern Railway glass lamp tablets, a pair, FINDOCTY and PORTSOY.
An early sign, wooden with cast iron letters, as opposed to the normal painted variety.The MV Brading was one of the Isle of Wight ferries, built in 1948, and served the Portsmouth to Ryde Service.In recently serviced and working condition complete with key.Allocations included 14A Cricklewood East, 15A Wellingborough, 15C Leicester Midland, 16E Kirkby in Ashfield, 8C Speke Junction and 8H Birkenhead Mollington Street from where it was withdrawn in October 1967. The dial is in restored condition and is lettered BR(S) JOHN WALKER 1 SOUTH MOLTON ST LONDON 208 SE. Full colour on linen with signal cut outs, dated 24/8/67 BR-WR Signal Telecommunications Engineering Department Reading. Worksplate SUPER SENTINEL PATENT LOCO No 7701 ex 0-4-0T which was named NUTTY. gauge for the London Brick Company at Farcett, Peterborough.The brass chain driven movement has rectangular plates which are stamped with the SER cartouche. Parr sheet detailing his restoration and provenance. One of three built by The Sentinel Waggon Works Ltd. It was named NUTTY after the driver and fitter Nutty Rowell who kept the loco in service for 30 years.Sheds included 73B Bricklayers Arms, 74B Ramsgate, 75A Brighton, 70C Guildford and 70G Weymouth from where it was withdrawn in October 1966.A Southern Region engine all its life, it was scrapped in 1967 at Cohens (Morriston). Diesel worksplate RE ENGINEERED BY BRUSH TRACTION 1999 ex Class 57 57007 which was rebuilt from 47332 (D1813) and outshopped from Brush on 28/10/1999. Suburban Lines (Great Eastern section) route diagram circa late 1920s (all dock stations, etc.); LNER Suburban Lines (Great Eastern section) route diagram circa late 1930s just pre-war, still showing dock stations, etc.Electric Locomotive Bogie plate THE GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY LTD NORTH BRITISH LOCOMOTIVE CO LTD BOGIE No20 BUILT 1960 PATENT No840356 ex Class 84 E3045 84010.Diamond shaped cast aluminium in as removed condition, measures 6.5in x 3.5in. South Eastern Railway 14in mahogany cased English fusee railway clock probably supplied by John Carter of Cornhill London circa 1842.In working condition complete with pendulum and key, a nice example of these popular clocks.GWR china milk jug marked on the front GWR twin shield Co A REFRESHMENT DEPARTMENT GWR. Worksplate LONDON NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY CO DONCASTER No1599 1924 ex J50 0-6-0T number 68939/ 3240/ 8939.