Glorious Trains
Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd March 2017
Day One Lots 1-566
Day Two Lots 567-1094
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Lots: 851-900 of 1094
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851

An O Gauge Electric 3-rail Three-car 'Brighton Belle' Set, based on Hornby no 2/3 Pullman cars, with power car 'Arcadia' fitted with twin Lima or Rivarossi motor bogies, centre car 'Iolanthe' and driving trailer 'Arcadia', all roofs repainted silver, overall G, side transfers rubbed and modified as detailed (3)
Estimate: 80-120

120
852

An O Gauge Electric 3-rail Three-car Southern Electric Set, based on Bing/Bassett-Lowke '1921' coaches, with power car no 2601 fitted with B/L motor bogie, possibly original, with centre car and driving trailer, the latter with post-war B/L bogies, all repainted in SR lined green, as repaints overall G-VG, (3)
Estimate: 120-160

170
853

Vintage L&NWR O Gauge Coaching Stock by Bing and Bub, comprising 4 Bing four-wheelers of three different styles (1 with Märklin couplings added) with a bogie coach by Bub and matching baggage van, all in LNWR brown/ivory livery, all G, three have repainted roofs, Bub coach has a replacement door and roof (6)
Estimate: 50-80

90
854

Vintage L&NWR O Gauge Coaching Stock by Märklin , including 4-wheel coach 2871 and matching van 2872, together with 7" 1st class bogie coach 2873 and matching van, all in LNWR brown/ivory, all F, with playwear, chipping to litho and roofs repainted (4)
Estimate: 40-60

55
855

Vintage GWR O Gauge Coaching Stock by Carette and Other Items, comprising two 7" four-wheel coaches no 1229 with matching van 1230, all F, roofs repainted, wheels and couplings replaced, together with 'cheapie' series/B-L brake vans for MR and LNWR respectively, both F, and a Carette MR brake/3rd clerestory coach body (G) on later Hornby underframe (5)
Estimate: 50-80

70
856

An Assembly of Modified Vintage GNR O Gauge Items, comprising a Carette 4-4-0 locomotive no 375, modified, retouched and with modern 12v motor, a reconstructed 6-wheel tender incorporating some early parts, a Bub GNR coach no 3067 and two by Märklin (one is LNER version), all F, some modified and with roofs repainted
Estimate: 60-90

140
857

An Early Bub O Gauge Clockwork LNWR '4-4-0' Locomotive with Bing Tender, the locomotive with brass smokebox front, slightly modified and retouched but with original motor and 'skating' rods, together with a contemporary Bing tender, both in LNWR black, both P-F, with paint loss and some retouching to loco (2)
Estimate: 70-100

90
858

An Early Bub O Gauge Continental '0-4-0' Locomotive and Goods Stock, comprising lined green locomotive with streamlined cab and smokebox, fitted with modern 3-rail electric chassis, together with tender, two tank wagons and two open wagons, one of which has chains and guards cabin, overall G, loco modified as detailed (6)
Estimate: 60-90

85
859

Continental Electric and Clockwork O Gauge Locomotives by Bub, comprising an electric black 0-4-0 locomotive with 'KBN' to front apron, an uncommon 'oversize' clockwork non-reversing locomotive also black and with fixed key, unmarked but believed to be Bub, together with two slightly mis-matched tenders adaptable to suit, mostly F-G, electric loco has modern pickup, one tender appears home-made (4)
Estimate: 50-80

55
860

Continental O Gauge Rolling Stock by Bub, including 5 coaches, two baggage vans, US market refrigerator van, Shell tanker and side-tipping wagon, various styles and periods (all different), mostly F-G (10)
Estimate: 50-80

40
861

Continental Electric and Clockwork O Gauge Locomotives by Fleischmann and Distler, comprising a c/w 0-4-0 locomotive and tender by Fleischmann in black, F-G, mech ok, retouched, a green c/w 0-4-0 locomotive by Distler no 7325 with incorrect green tender no 3501, P-F, mech u/s, together with a Distler '3-phase' electric 0-4-0 locomotive 40281, a body only for a similar 'Krokodil' locomotive, and a small black Japanese tender all P-F (7)
Estimate: 50-80

40
862

Continental Electric O Gauge Locomotives and Stock by Kraus and Bub, comprising Kraus 4v electric 0-4-0 locomotive and tender in lined black, another by Bub with tender, together with 3 Kraus wagons, mostly G, some parts slightly modified (7)
Estimate: 70-100

70
863

A Continental Electric O Gauge Locomotive and Coaches by Stronlite, including 0-4-0 pantograph locomotive in green with cream roof, and two coaches in brown with black roofs, all appear repainted, as repaints G-VG, loco appears to be modified, together with two LNER 'teak' coaches, both with replacement couplings and one with replacement bogies (5)
Estimate: 70-100

75
864

A Continental O Gauge Clockwork Pantograph Locomotive and Rolling Stock by Various Makers, including an 0-4-0 'electric' locomotive repainted in brown/black, possibly by Bub, Doll or Distler, as repaint G, mech tested ok, together with a Moskabel Russian Coach, a late-issue Paya Baggage van and Jacob's biscuits van, all F, Paya items have usual fatigue issues (4)
Estimate: 60-90

50
865

A French O Gauge Electric Streamlined 2-4-0 Steam Locomotive and Train by JEP, the loco and tender nicely repainted in 'RAF' blue, as repaint VG, together with a 1st 2nd composite coach and a brake/3rd, both in SNCF green, both in original finish, both G, some playwear (4)
Estimate: 70-100

55
866

French O Gauge Locomotives and Rolling Stock by Hachette Hornby and JEP, including Hachette 'repro' clockwork pantograph locomotives BB8051 and a 'bonneted' type, with a wine tanker, all VG-E with boxes, a Hornby 2nd class coach (green), small Pullman car and two open wagons, and a JEP grey baggage van, all F-G (8 + 3 boxes)
Estimate: 60-90

45
867

French O Gauge Electric Locomotives and Rolling Stock Projects by Le Rapide, mostly repainted, including 2 'steeple-cab' electrics (one with replacement mechanism), and a similar spare body, a 4-4-0 PLM steam locomotive (sans tender), two bogie open wagons and a baggage van heavily overpainted, overall P-F, steam loco lacks tender (7)
Estimate: 70-100

65
868

French O Gauge 3-rail Steam Locomotives and Rolling Stock by Le Rapide, comprising streamlined 0-4-0 tank locomotive, G, a little retouching, a non-streamlined 0-4-0T, repainted, as repaint G-VG, transfers conserved, together with a bogie Eco Essence wagon, G, carefully repainted, red and blue 4-wheel coaches, open wagon and fruit van, overall F-G, some corrosion and one roof repainted (7)
Estimate: 70-100

60
869

An Ives/Lionel American O Gauge Electric Train, comprising Ives 1651 locomotive in original printed red/buff finish, G, together with three 1691/2 coaches all over-painted in red/cream, as repaints G (4)
Estimate: 40-60

65
870

Lionel O Gauge American 3-rail Steam Locomotives and Tenders, comprising 2-6-2 no 2026 and 2-4-2 no 1110, both with bogie tenders, both G, one tender with chips to paint, the other with legend painted out (4)
Estimate: 60-90

50
871

Lionel O Gauge American 3-rail Steam Locomotives Tenders and Freight Stock, comprising 6-8-6 no 671 and 2-4-2 no 1110, both in black with bogie tenders, both G, together with 5 assorted freight stock and a spare grey tender (10)
Estimate: 80-120

60
872

A Lionel O Gauge American 3-rail Electric 253 Locomotive and Coaches, in red/black livery with brass '253' plates, overall F-G, pantograph and rooflights replaced, together with three matching red coaches, all overpainted, as repaints F, (4)
Estimate: 50-80

95
873

Lionel O Gauge American 3-rail Steam Locomotives Tenders and Rolling Stock, comprising a repainted no 257 2-4-0 loco and tender, two 2-4-2 locomotives with tenders (1 bogie, 1 4-wheel), 2 green and 2 red coaches and 5 assorted freight stock, mostly F-G, general playwear, one or two couplings missing (16)
Estimate: 100-140

110
874

A Lionel 'Junior' American O Gauge 2-4-2 Streamlined Locomotive and Train, with 1688E locomotive and tender, G, tender retouched, and three red/black 'Lionel Lines' coaches, F, red repainted, one with old corrosion to inside (5)
Estimate: 60-90

50
875

A Marx American O Gauge Electric Steam Freight Train and Cast Iron Trains, comprising black Marx 'long' 0-4-0 loco with 'Nickel Plate Road' tender and three freight stock, together with a repro Cast Iron 2-4-0 locomotive and tender no 50, 'Woodbine' observation coach no 407, and a trolley car no 14, overall G (9)
Estimate: 50-80

55
876

Vintage O Gauge British Coaching Stock by Various Makers, comprising an over-painted Bassett-Lowke 12-wheel Dining Saloon, an Incomplete Märklin LNWR coach with odd bogies and corrosion to roof, and a wooden Southern Railway restaurant car by unknown maker, overall P-F (3)
Estimate: 60-90

45
877

An Accumulation of Triang and Novo 'Big Big' Battery-Electric Trains, including original Triang Hymek and goods train in original box base, another Hymek, three blue/white coaches, blue 0-4-0 steam loco in 'temporary pack' box, two unboxed yellow diesel shunters and 3 individual boxed wagons, together with a Novo boxed 'Jungle Train' set (VG - but not checked for completeness), a green 0-6-0T (with damage to wheels) and a light blue steam loco, with a modest quantity of plastic track and other parts, majority F-G (qty)
Estimate: 70-100

90
878

A Group of Budget-priced O Gauge Toy Trains by Brimtoy Mettoy and Others, including a boxed Brimtoy BR set and unboxed 'Royal Scot' and black 67000 locos, both without tenders, together with Mettoy 'Eton' with tender (loco lacks front bogie), green 490 with tender, 34065 'Hurricane' with incorrect tender, a later 490 with incorrect tender, all clockwork untested, a battery-electric 2-4-0 with tender and red coach, two Chad Valley 'Southern' coaches and 6 'Penny Toy' items, varying P-G (qty)
Estimate: 60-90

50
879

A Collection of Budget-priced O Gauge Stations and Lineside Accoutrements, by British makers including 'Brimtoy Works' station, Chad Valley 'Bognor Regis' (lacks roof) and double-sided signal box, footbridges, tunnels, signal boxes, by Mettoy and others, Astra signals and other items, mostly F (qty)
Estimate: 50-80

40
880

An Assortment of O Gauge Rolling Stock, including Bassett-Lowke NE brake van and GW van, a Bing LMS brake van lacking roof, 4 tank wagons possibly commercially made or adapted, a scratchbuilt LSWR brake van, 6-wheel Palethorpes Sausages van and three basic LNER coaches adapted from LMC 'Nettle' paper sides, overall F-G, several have small parts missing or require attention (12)
Estimate: 60-90

90
881

A Group of O Gauge Spare Tenders, all 6-wheel types, including a Bassett-Lowke tender in tin-printed LMS crimson, F, a repro tender in Southern green as no 773, a home-made larger tender in black/green with Hornby-style fittings, and another in black in 'Stronlite' style or similar, F (4)
Estimate: 50-80

50
882

A Collection of German O Gauge Tinplate Stations and Lineside Accoutrements, including 3 'wayside' stations by Bing, 'Central Station' by Distler, and others, various signals, footbridges and other items, mostly P-F with damage, overpainting and parts missing (qty)
Estimate: 50-80

85
883

A Collection of O Gauge/OO Gauge Wooden Stations by Givjoy and Others, including Givjoy 'Euston' and 'Liverpool' stations, a covered canopy by unknown maker (slightly resembling TTR Manyways), small stations by Hailey and Tru-scale or similar and another larger ditto by unknown maker, P-F, most with damage or some parts missing (6)
Estimate: 40-60

30
884

A Box of Bassett-Lowke O Gauge 2-rail Wooden-sleepered Tinplate Track, with pressed tinplate chairs, including one pair of points, approx 24 curve sections and 18 straights, all F-G, some parts require attention (qty)
Estimate: 30-50

15
885

A Collection of O Scale Lead Figures Animals and Other Items, with Platform machines, Dinky BEV truck, Morestone Hansom Cab, garden rollers, dovecotes, pigsty, various farm animals including horses, cows, turkey and rhinoceros, and numerous other items, some are modern reproductions and/or repaints (qty)
Estimate: 50-70

55
886

An O Gauge 3-rail Electric LMS 'Black Five' 4-6-0 Locomotive and Tender by unknown maker, with a reasonably well-built body and light-weight chassis incorporating some commercial parts, B-L bogie, with Stanier curved-top tender, all in plain black without decals, F-G, paint flaky in places, some minor damages and wear to edges, cab detailing parts supplied
Estimate: 80-120

160
887

A Modified and Repainted Hornby No 2 Special 'Compound' Locomotive and Tender, repainted in black as LMS no 1167, the original c/w mech replaced with a Bassett-Lowke 3-rail DC electric one, as repaint, G (2)
Estimate: 120-160

120
888

A Hornby No 2 Special Clockwork 'Compound' Locomotive and Tender, in LMS maroon as no 1185, overall F, substantial playwear and retouching to loco body, a little to tender, mech tested ok (2)
Estimate: 100-140

110
889

A Hand-made Unpainted O Gauge LMS Tender, made in brass and tinplate to a good standard, with white metal axleboxes and brass fittings, G, slight surface rusting to some steel parts
Estimate: 50-80

40
890

A Collection of Horton Series O Gauge Freight Stock, made in the Hornby Style or on Hornby underframes, including Colman's Mustard vans (2), Colman's Mustard open wagons (2), Colman's Starch van, Marsh's Sausages van, BP Fuel Oil, and 3 spare van sides and other parts, mostly G-VG, slight rusting to some steel parts and flaking to one van roof (7 + parts)
Estimate: 60-90

95
891

Hornby and Other O Gauge Rolling Stock Spares and Accessories, including Hornby C/w No 1 Tank Locomotive LMS 2115, F, re-wheeled, various Hornby freight stock and three finescale from kits, a battery-electric 'Motor-Rail' locomotive (needs attention), Bassett-Lowke Mailbag crane/catcher, incomplete, two Hornby small water towers, a box of spare wheels, couplers, clockwork keys and many other items, two uncommon Meccano signal arms, a B-L water motor/pump and many other items, varying P-G (qty in 2 boxes)
Estimate: 70-100

60
892

An Exley O gauge LMS Restaurant Car, in LMS crimson livery as no 4203 with fitted interior details and corridor connections, G-VG, small dent to one solebar, a few minor scratches and areas of paint loss primarily to roof
Estimate: 70-100

100
893

An Exley O gauge LMS 1st Class Corridor Coach, in LMS crimson livery as no 8866 with patent sprung axles, fitted interior details and corridor connections, G-VG, a few minor scratches and areas of paint loss primarily to roof
Estimate: 70-100

60
894

An Exley O gauge GWR 'Ocean Mails' Corridor Van, in GWR brown/cream livery as no 5824 with compensated bogies and corridor connections, F-G, corrosion to roof and some areas of paint loss to underframe, small dent to one side above 'M' of Mails, one brake cylinder detached
Estimate: 60-90

90
895

A Leeds Model Co O Gauge Pullman Car 'Doris', with Pullman umber/cream lithographed sides and cast 'SPC' bogies, overall VG, (sides E), one roof vent broken/missing, roof probably repainted, sides possibly over-varnished
Estimate: 50-80

60
896

A Leeds Model Co O Gauge Electric LMS 2-4-2 Tank Locomotive, in partially-stripped condition, tank sides in LMS lined black as no 10678, rubbed, with boiler and front end stripped of paint, P-F, frame stretchers and pony wheels fatigued, coupling rods missing, damage to bunker coal rails
Estimate: 50-80

60
897

An Early Bing O Gauge Clockwork 0-4-0 Locomotive Only, circa 1902, appears to be cat ref 8409 with non-reversing mechanism and external brake shoes, finished in dark green and black with gold trim, G-VG, some wear to gold trim, possibly over-varnished, mech tested ok, lacks tender
Estimate: 80-120

110
898

An Early Märklin O Gauge Post Van, with 4-hole iron disc wheels and pre-1904 'bügel' couplings, possibly cat ref 1802 or similar but with plain windows, P, old over-paint partially stripped to reveal original dark green finish, roof missing
Estimate: 60-90

45
899

A Bing O Gauge Electric 4-4-0 Locomotive 'Mercury' with Tender, the locomotive in LMS crimson with original small-wheeled 18v mechanism, G, a little retouching to body and driving wheels, the tender mostly stripped of paint originally maroon '513', with buffers and other fittings supplied in box (2 - loco + tender and parts in box)
Estimate: 70-100

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900

An Early Bing O Gauge (or larger) Continental Station Building, with pink enamelled embossed brickwork and dark red stonework features, green doors and archway windows, Continental 'Telephon' and 'Telegraph' plaques to each side, GBN plaque attached to base and post-and-rail fence to one side, candle-holders below, the roof with embossed tiles in graduated red enamel, fence around apex and signal post to the centre (lacking signal and possibly not original), overall G, signal pole loose, paint loss to one side, one end and roof, original gelatin window glazings beyond recovery
Estimate: 120-160

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