Glorious Trains
Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd March 2017
Day One Lots 1-566
Day Two Lots 567-1094
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Lots: 601-650 of 1094
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Lot Description and Estimate Images Sold For
601

An Original Watercolour by Colin Billingham dated 2006 depicting an LMS Class 5, passing through Grange-over-Sands Station with a Barrow to Manchester Train in late March 1955, in vibrant colours , painted in a 'nšive' style , 480mm x 380mm, glazed and framed in a gold-painted wooden frame, VG
Estimate: 60-100

    
602

A David Weston Print of Duchess Class 'City of St Albans', pulling out of Carlisle, glazed with a decorative gilt frame, VG
Estimate: 30-50

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603

An original Graham Beech oil painting of Duchess Class 'City of London' in BR marron, with grey background, in dark brown wood frame, 750mm x 500mm VG, small scratch,
Estimate: 600-1000

    
604

An Original Watercolour by S G (Sid) Cooper of Rosegrove Burnley & Lostock Hall Preston Sheds, in last days of steam with six locomotives on shed, glazed with light wooden frame, 740mm x 480mm, together with a framed set of book cover illustrations by Sid Cooper, glazed and framed in light wood, VG (2)
Estimate: 100-150

    
605

An Original Watercolour by S G (Sid) Cooper of two Blackpool Trams, by the Metro Hotel, North Shore, unmounted, 350mm x 280mm, VG, together with a letter from the artist and three photocopies of other proposed paintings, VG
Estimate: 60-80

    
606

An original watercolour by S G (Sid) Cooper of Duchess Class 'Sir William Stanier' at Dent Head on the Settle to Carlisle Railway, in LMS black with rake of maroon coaches, glazed with light wooden frame, VG
Estimate: 100-140

    
607

An Original Oil Painting on Canvas by Peter Annable of Barden Mill & Reedley Hallows Station, with a BR Tank Locomotive pulling two maroon coaches entering Reedly Hallows Station, framed in painted wood, painting size 640mm x 350mm, G, some damage to frame
Estimate: 100-140

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608

An Original Watercolour by Colin Billingham dated 2005 depicting Arnside Signal Box, on main line looking towards Grange-over-Sands showing in foreground branch line to Sandside, wood framed partly painted in gold, VG
Estimate: 60-80

    
609

A Framed Print 'East Coast Thoroughbreds' by John Willerton, depicting 'Deltic' D9009 and A2 class 60532 'Blue Peter', with glazed wooden frame, print size 410mm x 270mm, VG, small mark to frame
Estimate: 20-30

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610

A Framed Original Painting by F Moore circa 1902, showing London Tilbury & Southend Railway 4-4-2T locomotive no 61 'Kentish Town' as decorated for the Coronation of Edward VII and Queen Alexandra in 1902, the picture measuring approx 14" x 10", in a highly decorated and carved recessed frame overall size 24" x 20", labelled 'LT&SR, fitted with 'United States Metallic Packing', relating to the locomotive's cylinder gland packings, G-VG, inside of glass would benefit from cleaning
Estimate: 100-150

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611

An Original Oil/Acrylic Painting by J H Castleman of West Country Class 'Okehampton', with the 'Bournemouth Belle' train, pulling out of Bournemouth, in gilt frame, overall size 700mm x 560mm, VG
Estimate: 20-30

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612

An Original London Transport Poster, Hatfield House, Syon House and Knole by Dorothy Hutton, 1954, ref 554/478m/3500, size 1000mm x 630mm G, wear mainly along bottom edge
Estimate: 100-140

    
613

An Original London Transport Poster, Fish by Tom Eckersley dated 1954, size 1000mm x 630mm, G, a couple of tears and some general wear
Estimate: 100-140

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614

An Original London Transport Poster, from the 'Royal London' series commissioned for the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II - view of west end of Westminster Abbey with Houses of Parliament behind, with Band of the Lifeguards in foreground, by Brian Aldridge, dated 1953, ref 3/53 422D 4,500, The Baynard Press, picture half of a pair, size 1000mm x 630mm, F-G, wear mainly to top edge
Estimate: 100-140

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615

An Original London Transport Poster, St Pauls by Anthony Lake dated 1948, ref 448 785H 2000 Waterlow and Sons, size 1000mm x 630mm, G, some wear mainly to right edge
Estimate: 100-140

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616

An Original London Transport Poster, Autumn Trees by Mona Moore dated 1948, ref 748 1601 H 2000, Waterlow and Sons, size 1000mm x 630mm, G, some light wear
Estimate: 100-140

    
617

An 8-car Underground Train by Richmond Toys, unpowered and with fixed 'bogies', the whole train refinished in black/orange livery with 'Enjoy your Sixt drive' logos throughout, possibly a promotional model, together with a length of foam-based demonstration 'track', F-G (9)
Estimate: 20-30

15
618

A Collection of Relatively Modern Toy Trains, comprising boxed 'S' Gauge 'Trambino' set by Grip with an unboxed 'Vulkan' steam train, both clockwork, G, together with a modern 'Lionel Lines' clockwork 'Zeppelin-style' Propeller Railcar, boxed, VG, and a Hungarian 'Tolato Mozdony' shunting train, boxed, VG-E (6 items)
Estimate: 40-60

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619

An Uncommon 1960s Brio Large-Scale 3-piece Wooden Train, comprising 2-4-4 Tank Engine, open truck and van with metal opening doors, in clear varnished wood with some red detail, engine 440mm long, generally F-G, engine lacks front wheels and one hand rail, some play wear and labels scuffed (3)
Estimate: 50-80

    
620

A Repainted Hornby O Gauge 20v No E320 'Flying Scotsman' Locomotive and Tender, quite nicely restored in LNER green, but with front end damage and badly mismatched retouching, hence F, unboxed (2)
Estimate: 150-200

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621

Hornby O Gauge No 2 Pullman Cars and Middleton Electric Track, comprising 3 Pullmans, all F, with varying degrees of restoration (one is a complete repaint, others with playwear and retouching), together with four 21" long double-track 3-rail sections by Middleton, all VG-E (7)
Estimate: 120-180

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622

Post-War Hornby O Gauge Clockwork Locomotive Stock and Accessories, comprising no 50 locomotive and tender in BR black as no 60199, 5 boxed wagons and 3 unboxed, (wagons mostly with replacement wheelsets) together with a boxed double-arm signal and quantity of c/w track, overall G-VG, loco mech tested ok
Estimate: 50-80

55
623

A Post-War Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 51 Passenger Set, including no 51 locomotive and tender in BR green as no 50153, 3 red/cream coaches, key and an oval of track, overall G-VG, loco mech tested ok and carriage windows bright, all in original set box, box G-VG
Estimate: 50-80

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624

A Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 3C 'Lord Nelson' Locomotive and Tender, in Southern Railway green as no E850, an 'Intermediate' example with larger (no2 Spl) mechanism but without smoke deflectors, overall F, general playwear, mech appears ok but rear drivers pinching frame (2)
Estimate: 100-140

100
625

A Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 3C 'Lord Nelson' Locomotive and Repro 'Coal-rail' Tender, in Southern Railway green as no E850, an early example with fixed headlamps and stovepipe chimney, early (no2) 'control' mechanism, overall P-F, substantial retouching, mech tested ok, slidebars incorrectly fitted, tender is repro(2)
Estimate: 80-110

80
626

A Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 3C 'Lord Nelson' Locomotive and Repro 'Coal-rail' Tender, in Southern Railway green as no E850, an early example with fixed headlamps and stovepipe chimney, early (no2) mechanism, overall P, substantial playwear to loco, mech tested ok, bogies are replacements, tender is repro(2)
Estimate: 70-100

70
627

A Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 3C 'Lord Nelson' Locomotive and Incorrect 'Coal-rail' Tender, the locomotive in Southern Railway green, an early example with fixed headlamps and stovepipe chimney, early (no2) 'control' mechanism, overall F, playwear to loco, mech tested ok, bogie wheels are replacements, tender is an original but in GWR green as no 2711 (2)
Estimate: 90-120

70
628

A Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 3C 'Lord Nelson' Locomotive and Repro 'Coal-rail' Tender, in Southern Railway green as no E850, with fixed headlamps and later chimney, later (no2 spl) mechanism, overall G, minor playwear to loco, mech tested ok, bogies are replacements, tender is Ranson repro(2)
Estimate: 90-120

90
629

A Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 3C 'Royal Scot' Locomotive and Repro Tender, in LMS maroon no 6100, with later chimney but without deflectors, later (no2 spl) mechanism, overall F-G, play damage to cab and buffer beam with some retouching to loco, mech tested ok, all wheels are replacements, tender is repro with 'No 89' painted on underside (2)
Estimate: 70-100

70
630

A Hornby O Gauge Electric No 3E 'Caerphilly Castle' Locomotive and Tender, in Great Western green as no 4073, with later chimney but without deflectors, with 6v external brush-cap mechanism, overall F-G, substantial retouching to loco with matt paint, driving wheels are replacements, tender F-G (2)
Estimate: 100-140

110
631

A Hornby O Gauge Electric No 3E 'Flying Scotsman' Locomotive and Tender, in LNER green as no 4472, with later chimney but without deflectors, with 'modern' replacement can motor/worm drive mechanism stamped 'No 4295', overall F-G, some retouching to loco, driving wheels and rods are replacements, tender G, some small chips to base (2)
Estimate: 100-140

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632

A Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 2 Tank Locomotive, in LMS black with 4-4-4 to side tanks, overall F, mech tested ok, some old corrosion/retouching esp to cab area, both bogies are replacements, in a repro box with key
Estimate: 70-100

80
633

Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 2 Tank and No 1 Tender Locomotives, both in LMS black, the tank with 4-4-4 to sides, overall P-F, mech tested ok, paintwork deteriorated with some retouching to lining and smokebox, both bogies replacements, together with a no 1 locomotive and tender, loco P, substantially overpainted, mech tested ok, tender also P (3)
Estimate: 80-120

70
634

A Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 1 Special Tank Locomotive, in SR black with Southern A129 to side tanks, overall F-G, mech tested ok, a little retouching and loss of green lining to tanks
Estimate: 60-90

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635

Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 1 and No 1 Special Tank Locomotives, both in SR black, the no 1 as SR A600, with 'intermediate' mechanism, overall P-F, mech tested ok, substantial retouching, some parts missing, replacement cylinders and rods included in bag, together with the no 1 special tank as SR A129, P, parts missing, paint loss and battered esp to cab (3)
Estimate: 70-100

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636

Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 101 Tank Locomotive and Modified No 1 Special Tender Locomotive, both in LNER green, the no 101 as LNER 460, overall G, mech tested ok, retouching to buffer beams, together with the repainted no 1 special locomotive no 2694, as repaint VG, mech replaced with modern 3-rail DC type (3)
Estimate: 70-100

60
637

Hornby O Gauge Clockwork M3 Tank Locomotives, three in SR green as no E126, two having 12-spoke uncoupled wheels, the third with cylinders and replacement wheels, all F-G, mechs tested ok, some retouching (3)
Estimate: 50-80

80
638

Hornby O Gauge Clockwork M3/Type 40 Tank Locomotives, one in SR green as no E126, G-VG, one LMS no 2270 in maroon, F, general playwear, and one BR black no 82011 (early crest), G-VG, all mechs tested ok, some retouching to buffers (3)
Estimate: 50-80

75
639

Hornby O Gauge Clockwork Type 40 Tank Locomotives, all in BR black as no 82011, two with early crest, (one G-VG, with fading to boiler bands, the other F, very scratchy), the third with late BR totem, overall G, all mechs tested ok (3)
Estimate: 40-60

50
640

Hornby O Gauge Early Clockwork Locomotives, comprising No 2 tank locomotive in LMS crimson with crest to cab '4-4-4', F, general playwear, cab handrails and rear bogie replacements, together with a repainted 'Zulu' 0-4-0T with reversing mechanism, as repaint G-VG, both mechs tested ok (2)
Estimate: 60-90

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641

Three Postwar Hornby O Gauge Clockwork Locomotives and Tenders, comprising LMS maroon no 5600, BR green no 50153, and BR black 60199, each with respective tenders, LMS G, others G-VG, all mechs tested ok (6)
Estimate: 70-100

90
642

A Project Box of Predominantly Hornby Locomotive Bodies Tenders and Other Spare Parts, including no 1, 2,and 3 loco bodies including 'Lord Nelson', 'Royal Scot' and others, a substantially complete no1 spl tank A950 in need of reassembly, an incomplete SR no 1 loco with mechanism, various tenders including repro no 2 coal-rail type and a '2710', and many other parts, none complete, mostly P, a few items G-VG (qty)
Estimate: 50-80

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643

Hornby O Gauge No 2 Southern Railway Suburban Coaches, comprising one composite and one brake/3rd, both substantially complete but in need of TLC, P-F (2)
Estimate: 50-80

60
644

Hornby O Gauge No 2 Southern Railway Corridor Coaches, comprising two 3rd class and two brake/composites, all substantially complete, P-F, two over-varnished, two with repainted roofs and one with repro roof, various minor damages or small parts missing (4)
Estimate: 70-100

150
645

Hornby O Gauge No 2 Special Pullman Coaches, all in the later Pullman livery with brown cant-rails, comprising saloon 'Iolanthe' and brake composites 'Arcadia', 'Verona' and 'Montana', all F-G, general playwear and rubbing to transfers, some minor parts missing (4)
Estimate: 80-120

120
646

Hornby O Gauge No 2 and No 3 Pullman Coaches, all in the earlier Pullman livery with cream cant-rails and roofs, comprising no 3 saloon 'Iolanthe' and brake composite 'Arcadia', together with an early no 2 Pullman car and a late-1930's version with repainted roof, overall F-G, general playwear and rubbing to transfers, some minor parts missing (4)
Estimate: 80-120

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647

Hornby O Gauge Early 'OAG' No 1 Coaches, comprising 4 LNER brown composites and one brake with clerestory roofs, an LNER brake with arc-roof and LNER composite with arc-roof and crimped base, together with LMS maroon brakes (1 clerestory & 1 arc) and composites (1 clerestory & 1 arc with crimped base), overall G (11)
Estimate: 80-120

90
648

Hornby O Gauge M1 and Other Coaching Stock, comprising nine M1 Pullman coaches with various names and colours including yellow 'Aurelia' and red 'Marjorie', together with three 'Mitropa' coaches and two no 1 Pullman cars, 'Cynthia' and 'Ansonia', overall G-VG (14)
Estimate: 50-80

50
649

Hornby O Gauge Post-War Coaching Stock, comprising 3 LNER teak coaches and two brakes, 4 BR crimson/cream coaches and three brakes, and 5 BR red suburbans and 2 brakes, varying P-G, together with 1 pre-war LMS, P-F (20)
Estimate: 60-90

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650

A Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 3C 'Lord Nelson' Locomotive only, in Southern Railway green, with later chimney and no 2 special mechanism but without smoke deflectors, overall F-G, some retouching, mech tested ok, bogies are replacements, lacks tender
Estimate: 70-100

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