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A C/I Axle box cover embossed "M S J & A Ry No 1 9 x 4".
A NSR C/I signal lever collar embossed "NSR LINE BLOCKED".
Rly sliding knob inspectors HAND LAMP with brass location plate on the side stamped "GCR No 28213 GRIMSBY DOCKS". The vendors father was stood at the side of him as a 9 year old and was subsequently given this photo by the official photographer.
Official photograph of "SILVER LINK" on its experimental journey at Doncaster in 1935.
large somersault signal lamp with an oval brass plate on top case, No 7847 and location brass plates engraved "SCROOBY" on one side and "STOP BOARD" on other side of casing.
Complete with original lamp inner, vessel & interior also plated "STOP BOARD No 4".
Allocated to 32A Norwich and then 31B March withdrawn 1.59, Cut up at Doncaster Works 5.59.
Yarmouths South Town station was originally the terminus of the East Suffolk Railway and had a direct service from London Liverpool Street via Ipswich and Beccles. A pre-grouping enamel advertising sign "NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY COYS, NEW HOTEL, WAVERLEY STATION, EDINBURGH, NOW OPEN TELEGRAMS BRITISH EDINBURGH".
From a tender originally paired with BI class No 61320.
Stored at Swindon Works 4/59 11/59 and at Aberbeeg 1/60 to 3/65 where it was used as a stationary boiler.
Locomotive built by the Hannoversche Maschinenbau-Actiengesellschaft locomotive works under works number 9898 and withdrawn under the number 094 240-9. As carried by a Ffestiniog Railway Locomotive 0-4-4T. It was a single Fairlie locomotive & it was in use (on & off) until 1932.
NBL No 26221, in traffic 18/5/48, Sold for scrap in 10/65 to Hughes Bolckow, North Blyth.
Although some locos worked in the reef areas and out of A BR(NE) totem station sign "MARSKE", fully flanged with black-edged lettering in excellent condition with deep colour & shine.