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

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1.      Arnold N Gauge German Diesel Locomotives, comprising 4-wheeled 'Rangierlok' ref 2063, in DB red as no 323 863-1, and double-ended bonneted railbus VT 89 901, in red/cream, both VG, railbus in non-original box otherwise boxes G (2) £50-80
2.      Arnold N Gauge German Steam Locomotives, comprising ref 2516 0-8-0 locomotive and tender in plain black (unlettered), and ref 2268 4-6-4 tank locomotive in lined KP&GHStE green livery as no 8421, both VG, boxes G-VG (2) £80-120
3.      Arnold N Gauge German Steam and Electric Locomotives, comprising ref 0254, a 4-6-2 locomotive and tender in DB black as no 18 408, and ref 0236 Co-Co electric locomotive in DB red/cream livery as no E03 004, both VG, boxes G-VG (2) £80-120
4.      Arnold N Gauge German Electric Locomotives, comprising ref 2455 2-D-2 locomotive in blue as no 118 022-3, and ref 0231 Co-Co electric 'Krokodil' locomotive in DB green livery as no 194 147-5, both VG, boxes G-VG (2) £80-120
5.      Arnold N Gauge Austrian Electric Locomotives, comprising ref 2461 0-6-0 locomotive in green as no E6306, and ref 2330 Co-Co electric 'Krokodil' locomotive in ÖBB red/black livery as no 1020.33, both VG, boxes G-VG (2) £80-120
6.      Graham Farish N Gauge BR Blue-Era Train Packs, comprising 3-car HST set in Inter-City 125 blue/yellow livery, together with 2-car class 101 DMU set, all VG, boxes G-VG (2) £50-80
7.      Graham Farish N Gauge 0-6-0 Tank Locomotives, comprising J94 Saddle tank 68079 and 'Jinty' 47313, both in BR black, together with another J94 in NCB blue livery as no 61, all VG, boxes VG (3) £60-90
8.      Graham Farish N Gauge 0-6-0 Tank Locomotives, comprising ex-GWR 57xx Pannier tank L99 in London Transport lined maroon (limited edition no 80/500), and GWR green 94xx class pannier 9405, both VG, boxes VG (2) £60-90
9.      Graham Farish N Gauge Pre-Nationalisation Steam Locomotives, comprising LNER green 4472 'Flying Scotsman', Southern green 0-6-0T no 2579, both VG in VG boxes, together with GWR green 'Hall' class & tender, F, loco repainted (3) £60-90
10.     Graham Farish N Gauge BR Green-Era Diesel Locomotives, comprising class 37 no D6736, and class 47 D1662 'Isambard Kingdom Brunel', both VG, boxes VG (2) £60-90
11.     Graham Farish and Minitrix N Gauge BR Blue Era Diesel Locomotives, comprising GF 0-6-0DS no 08 113, and Minitrix 'Warship' class no D823 'Hermes', both VG, boxes VG (2) £60-90
12.     Minitrix N Gauge BR Standard Class Steam Locomotives, comprising 9F class 2-10-0 no 92220 'Evening Star' and tender in BR green, together with class 2MT 2-6-2T no 41234 in lined black, both VG, boxes VG (2) £60-90
13.     Minitrix N Gauge BR Standard Class Steam Locomotives, a similar pair, comprising 9F class 2-10-0 no 92220 'Evening Star' and tender in BR green, together with class 2MT 2-6-2T no 41234 in lined black, both VG, boxes VG (2) £60-90
14.     Minitrix N Gauge BR Express Steam Locomotives, comprising A4 class 4-6-2 and tender no 60022 'Mallard' and tender in BR green, VG in VG box, together with unboxed standard class 7P 4-6-2 no 70000 'Britannia' in green, VG (2) £60-90
15.     Graham Farish N Gauge Freight Stock, all 4-wheelers, including Cerebos salt hopper, John West Salmon, Blue Circle, Terry's and others, all VG in VG boxes (12) £60-90
16.     Graham Farish N Gauge Freight Stock, a mostly similar lot, including Cerebos salt hopper, Knorr, Fyffes, Blue Circle, Terry's and others, all VG in VG boxes (12) £60-90
17.     Graham Farish N Gauge Freight Stock, mostly in 'black-end' plastic boxes, including Worthington, Knorr, Fyffes, GW and BR brake vans and other 4-wheelers, together with BP 100-ton tank wagon, bogie GW loco coal wagon and NER van, all VG in VG boxes (14) £70-100
18.     Peco N Gauge Freight Stock, all 4-wheelers, including Colman's Mustard, Charringtons, Peco Golden Jubilee wagon, United Dairies tanker, Bass van and others, all VG in VG boxes (18) £70-100
19.     Peco N Gauge Freight Stock, a mostly similar lot, including Colman's Mustard, Charringtons, Peco Golden Jubilee wagon, United Dairies tanker, Saxa Salt and others, all VG in VG boxes (18) £70-100
20.     Peco N Gauge Freight Stock, including Colman's Mustard, Lyons Tea, Express Dairy and Royal Daylight tankers, Saxa Salt and others, one triple pack and one double, one twin-pack of containers, and four long wheelbase wagons, all VG in VG boxes (22 packets) £80-120
21.     Peco N Gauge Freight Stock, mostly long wheelbase modern-era ferry vans and tankers, including BR express parcels (pale blue), Railfreight red/grey vans and open wagons, BP tankers and others, all VG in VG boxes (22) £80-100
22.     Minitrix N Gauge Freight Stock, including BR grey bogie hopper wagons, HAA hoppers, brake vans, National Benzole tank and others including one German 4-wheel coach and one wagon by Ibertren, all VG in VG boxes (22) £80-100
23.     Graham Farish N Gauge Passenger Stock, including 5 BR Mk 1 stock in carmine/cream livery, Royal Mail TPO, blue/grey Inter-City buffet car, blue Newspapers van and 3 others, all VG-E in VG boxes (11) £80-100
24.     Graham Farish N Gauge Passenger Stock, including 4 Pullman Cars in Umber/cream livery, 3 SR green coaches (2 suburban, 1 corridor), and 3 BR LMR suburban coaches in maroon, all VG-E in VG original packagings (10) £70-90
25.     Minitrix N Gauge Passenger Stock, including 5 BR Mk 1 stock in maroon livery, 4 more in blue/grey, and 5 corridor coaches in LNER 'teak' finish, all VG-E in VG boxes (15) £90-120
26.     Minitrix N Gauge Passenger and Goods Sets and Empty Boxes, comprising Goods set N101 with 0-6-0T in BR black as 47160 and three wagons, Passenger set N102 with green diesel D5379 and two maroon BR coaches, neither set includes track, together with two EMPTY track set boxes N901 and N902, stock VG-E, boxes G-VG (4) £60-80
27.     A Collection of N Gauge Road Vehicles Figures Signals and other Small Accessories, including 2 colour light signals by Eckon, gantries by Busch, various white metal kits by Langley, telegraph poles by Ratio, figures by Merit, 2 RM buses by Gaugemaster and many other items, overall G-VG, mostly unused (qty) £60-80
28.     A Large Collection of N Gauge Track Buildings and Layout Accoutrements, including 10+ points of various types, straight and curved rails by various makers, H&M 12v controller, station buildings and many others by Graham Farish, Hornby Minitrix, Peco and others, overall G-VG (qty) £70-100
29.     A Brawa N Gauge Exclusive Edition DB 'Talent' Train Pack, a 3-car articulated set BR643N in DB red/grey livery as unit 643016, cat ref 1712, VG-E in VG box £70-100
30.     N Gauge German Trains by Fleischmann and Roco, comprising Fleischmann Start-set 9369 with Bo-Bo diesel 218 410-9 and two double-deck coaches in DB red, with 'Piccolo' track in original set box, VG, without controller, together with a Roco 8-coach train pack of 'The Pike Coaches' in pre-war DR livery, 7 green and 1 red Mitropa sleeping car, G-VG, box F (2) £70-100
31.     Lone Star N Gauge Trains, including D5000 and D5900 electric locomotives and assorted freight stock for Trebl-o-lectric, together with a quantity of die-cast 'push-along' trains and track, Gulliver County buildings and others in plaster, mostly F-G (qty) £50-70
32.     A Graham Farish by Bachmann N Gauge Royal Scot Set, cat ref 370-100, containing BR green 'City of London' 4-6-2 locomotive and tender, 4 coaches, track and controller, VG-E, box VG £70-100
33.     Graham Farish N Gauge 4-wheeled Freight Stock, fourteen wagons in original boxes, including Wood & Co, Snow & Sons (2), Saxa Salt, GW open wagons, vans and brake van and others, all VG, boxes G-VG (14) £60-80
34.     Graham Farish N Gauge GWR Locomotives Coaching Stock and Accessories, comprising 'Raveningham Hall' 4-6-0 locomotive and tender, 0-6-0PT no 9400, both in GWR green, together with 6 period GWR bogie coaches and one 4-wheeler, a small collection of track items, signal box and station, most in original boxes, G-VG, boxes G (qty) £70-100
35.     Graham Farish N Gauge 4-wheeled Freight Stock, comprising 10 Bulk Powder PCA wagons in grey (6 tapered, 4 straight tanks), 5 assorted vans in bauxite brown and a weathered brown brake van, all VG-E, boxes VG (16) £50-80
36.     Dapol N Gauge 'Ferrywagon' Freight Stock, comprising ref NB 065- A, C and D, all in 'CargoWaggon' silver with yellow/blue panels, and NB 055-A, B and C, in blue Circle Cement yellow with blue trim, all E, boxes E (6) £50-80
37.     A Tri-ang TT Gauge 4-Car DMU, unboxed comprising Power Car, trailer and two centre coaches, VG (4) £100-140
38.     A pair of Tri-ang TT Gauge Diesel Locomotives, unboxed BR green A1A A1A diesel locomotive No D5501 together with BR green diesel shunter, both VG (2) £40-60
39.     A pair of Tri-ang TT Gauge Diesel Locomotives, two unboxed BR green A1A A1A diesel locomotives, both No D5501, VG (2) £40-60
40.     Four unboxed Tri-ang TT Gauge BR unlined black 0-6-0 Tank Locomotives, all with solid driving wheels, F-G, one lacks coupling hooks, one lacks couplings and decals generally poor (4) £40-60
41.     Four unboxed Tri-ang TT Gauge BR 0-6-0 Tank Locomotives including a Bec or similar model, one with Bec white metal body Jinty with Tri-ang chassis, another repainted LMS 7340 and two unlined black Jintys, F-VG, one of unlined lacks coupling hook (4) £40-60
42.     A Pair of unboxed Tri-ang TT Gauge BR black 2-6-2 Tank Locomotives, one unlined black with solid wheels, other lined black with open spoked wheels and copper chimney cap, both No 6157, G-VG (2) £40-60
43.     A repainted Tri-ang TT Gauge Castle Class Locomotive and Tender, repainted BR blue and renamed 'Manorbier Castle', G, together with a BR green Diesel Shunter, VG (2) £30-40
44.     Tri-ang TT Gauge BR lined black Tank Locomotives, T99 2-6-2T, with copper chimney cap and T90 0-6-0T, both with solid driving wheels, both in original boxes, VG, boxes F (2) £40-60
45.     Tri-ang TT Gauge BR lined black Tank Locomotives, a T99 2-6-2T, with copper chimney cap and T90 0-6-0T, both with solid driving wheels, both in original boxes, VG, T99 lacks front coupling hook, boxes G (2) £40-60
46.     A pair of Tri-ang TT Gauge BR green Castle Class Locomotives and Tenders, T91 gloss 'Windsor Castle' and T92 Tender, in separate boxes and unboxed matt finish 'Tintagel Castle' Locomotive and Tender, VG, boxes G (4, including tenders) £40-60
47.     Unboxed Tri-ang TT Gauge BR green Steam Locomotives and Tenders, comprising Britannia class 4-6-2 'Boadicea', Merchant Navy Class 4-6-2 'Clan Line' and 4-6-0 'Windsor Castle', all with solid driving wheels, G-VG (3) £60-80
48.     An unboxed Tri-ang TT Gauge BR green 4-6-2 'Boadicea' and Tender, with open spoked wheels, G, non-original gloss finish, some detailing (2) £50-70
49.     A pair of unboxed Tri-ang TT Gauge BR green Castle Class 'Windsor Castle' Locomotives and Tenders, one original gloss finish, other matt finish, G-VG, gloss lacks front coupling with nicks to tender lining, (4 inc tenders) £30-50
50.     A Tri-ang TT Gauge BR green Merchant Navy Class 'Clan Line' Locomotive and tender, in original separate boxes, VG, boxes G-VG (2) £30-50
51.     A Tri-ang TT Gauge BR green Merchant Navy Class 'Clan Line' Locomotive and tender, the locomotive in original box, tender unboxed, VG, box G (2) £30-50
52.     A Tri-ang TT Gauge BR green 4-6-2 'Britannia' Locomotive and Tender, the locomotive in original box, tender unboxed, VG, box G (2) £30-50
53.     A Tri-ang TT Gauge BR green 4-6-2 'Boadicea' Locomotive and Tender, with open spoked wheels, in separate boxes, VG-E, boxes G (2) £60-80
54.     A Tri-ang TT Gauge T96 BR green A1A A1A Diesel Locomotive, in original box, G-VG, nicks to both logos, box G £30-50
55.     Tri-ang TT Gauge DMU 3-Car set in individual boxes, comprising Power Car, Trailer and Centre Coach, all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes G (3) £80-120
56.     A Tri-ang TT Gauge Continental black Pacific Locomotive and Tender, unboxed, with open spoked wheels, 1401 and AL on one side with marks, other side plain, together with tender, in original box, G-VG, box G (2 including tender) £100-140
57.     Tri-ang TT Gauge Bogie Tankers, unboxed, including Liquid Chlorine (5), Murgatroyds (4, two white, two cream) and ICI red (4), generally VG (13) £60-80
58.     Tri-ang TT Gauge Boxed Freight Stock, 23 different wagons, in original boxes, VG-E, boxes F-VG (23) £70-90
59.     Tri-ang TT Gauge boxed Rolling Stock, 17 different wagons and tankers, in original boxes, VG-E, boxes F-VG (17) £70-90
60.     Tri-ang TT Gauge boxed Rolling Stock, comprising horse box (3), well wagon (2), cattle wagon (4), mineral wagon (5) and grey goods van (4), guards van, Shell and UD Tankers, all in original boxes and ore wagon in plain box, VG-E, boxes F-VG (23) £70-90
61.     Tri-ang TT Gauge unboxed Assorted Wagons, a large collection, generally VG (70+) £100-140
62.     Tri-ang TT Gauge unboxed Assorted Wagons, generally VG (75+) £110-150
63.     Tri-ang TT Gauge unboxed Assorted Wagons, generally VG (65+) £90-130
64.     Tri-ang TT Gauge assorted unboxed Maroon Coaches, including sleeping car, restaurant cars, other main line coaches, suburban coaches (11) and utility vans (3), generally VG (27) £80-120
65.     Tri-ang TT Gauge assorted boxed and unboxed SR green Coaches, including main line (7), utility vans green (3, one boxed) maroon (3, two boxed) and one suburban coach, generally VG, boxes G (14) £50-70
66.     Tri-ang TT Gauge boxed Maroon Coaches, including restaurant cars (3) and others, all in original boxes, VG, boxes F-G (8) £40-60
67.     Tri-ang TT Gauge Maroon Suburban Coaches with 1st class numbers, one with squared windows, VG (5) £30-50
68.     Tri-ang TT Gauge Late Issue green and maroon Coaches, maroon restaurant car and brake, both in original boxes and unboxed 1st/2nd with yellow stripe, green brake and two 1st/2nd coaches (one with yellow stripe), all except one with BR logo, VG-E, boxes G (6) £50-70
69.     Tri-ang TT Gauge WR chocolate and cream coaches, including restaurant cars (3), and others, VG, box G (10, one boxed) £60-80
70.     Tri-ang TT Gauge Pullman chocolate and cream Coaches, comprising 'Snipe' and 'Falcon', in original boxes and unboxed 'Eagle', G-VG, boxes G (3) £70-90
71.     Repainted Tri-ang TT Gauge Red and Cream Coaches, comprising dining car, brake and Ist/2nd, repainted to a fair standard, G (3) £20-30
72.     Repainted Tri-ang TT Gauge BR blue and grey Coaches, repainted to a very good standard, VG (4) £40-60
73.     Kitmaster TT Gauge Coaches and Tri-ang Items, comprising Kitmaster corridor composites (3, maroon, green and red and cream), corridor brake (2, maroon and green), built and painted to an amateur standard, in three original boxes, kitbuilt unmotorised 'Royal Scot' locomotive, various Tri-ang TT wagons, most part or full repaints (12), a maroon coach and static model of Flying Scotsman, F-G (qty) £40-60
74.     Tri-ang TT Gauge Railway Catalogues, 5th Edition 1961, 6th Edition 1962 and 8th Edition 1964, VG (3) £10-20
75.     Tri-ang TT Gauge unboxed Goods Shed and Other Items, G, together with Ramsgate signal box, lineside huts, box of buffers, loading gauges and water tower, in original boxes, G-VG, boxes F-G (6) £60-80
76.     Tri-ang TT Girder Bridges, Supports and High Level Foundations, including three bridges, various straight and curved foundations, inclined piers, some boxed, VG, boxes F-G (qty) £50-70
77.     Triang TT Station Accessories, including T31 station set, booking hall (1), platform canopies (3), all boxed with unboxed platforms, canopies, signal box, G-VG, boxes F-G (qty) £50-70
78.     Triang TT unboxed Engine Sheds and Diesel Sheds, five examples of engine sheds, three without track, one unattached and one with track, four with chimneys, three diesel sheds, F-VG (8) £60-80
79.     Triang TT Engine Sheds and Diesel Loco Shed, engine sheds (2) and diesel shed (1), all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes G (3) £40-60
80.     Triang TT Diesel Refuelling Units and Cattle Dock, two refuelling units, in original boxes with spare empty box, unboxed cattle dock, G-VG, one piece of cattle dock unattached and damaged, boxes F, grubby (4) £40-60
81.     Tri-ang TT Turntable and other Accessories, unboxed turntable, G, marks to base, footbridges (5, one painted, three boxed), signal gantry, water tower, buffers (2 boxes), lineside huts (3 boxes) and others, in original boxes, together with five H0/TT continental plastic buildings, F-E, boxes F-VG (qty) £60-80
82.     Tri-ang and Peco TT Track, Tri-ang B Track Electric Points (5) various curved and straight track, Peco Streamline Double Slip, two large radius curved points, 12 x Standard Points, VG, some unused (qty) £50-80
83.      H & M Power Controllers, Duette, Clipper, Victor, Powapack and two Control Units 'CU1', all G, (6) £20-30
84.     A Tri-ang ex-Trackmaster Clockwork 0-6-2 Tank Locomotive and Wagons, in British Railways gloss black, G, tested okay, needs a little oiling, together with five Tri-ang trucks, two in original boxes, G, boxes G (6) £40-60
85.     Tri-ang 00 Gauge Locomotives and Accessories, including TC-series, R54 Pacific locomotive and tender, R132, R133 and R134 blue TC coaches, gondola, box car and caboose, BR outline, R259 Britannia and tender, maroon and cream coach, wagons (3), all in original boxes, together with unboxed BR black Princess Elizabeth and tender, battery controller and small electric controller, generally VG, boxes G (qty) £80-120
86.     Tri-ang 00 Gauge Southern Region Locomotives, an R356S 'Winston Churchill' locomotive and R38 tender in original boxes, F, general wear and minor damages, boxes F, together with L1 class 4-4-0 no 31757, F, bogie wheels and couplings modified, body screw missing but decals good, in non-original box (3) £50-80
87.     Tri-ang OO Gauge 2-BIL Electric Unit and Hornby Pannier Tank, the 2-car unit in Southern region green as S1057S/S1052S, with early couplers, G-VG, a little grubby, unboxed, together with boxed R051 GWR 0-6-0 Pannier Tank locomotive in green, G-VG, some corrosion to coupling rods, box G-VG (3) £50-80
88.     A pair of repainted Tri-ang 'Nellie' 0-4-0 Tank Locomotives, repainted dark blue and numbered 8 'Prince' and 7 'Margaret', painted to a fair standard, with two Super 4 straight tracks, in a Jamieson box, F-G (2) £30-40
89.     Tri-ang and Tri-ang Hornby 00 Gauge 'Lord of the Isles' Locomotive and Coaches, unboxed Tri-ang gloss green locomotive and tender together with three T/H boxed chocolate and brown clerestory coaches (two brakes), all in original window boxes, loco G-VG, lacks couplings at front and on rear of tender, coaches E, boxes VG, (5 including tender) £60-80
90.     Tri-ang and Tri-ang Hornby 00 Gauge Caledonian Single and Coaches, unboxed Tri-ang gloss blue 4-2-2 Locomotive and tender together with two T/H boxed white and maroon Caledonian coaches (one brake, one composite), both in original window boxes, loco G-VG, lacks coupling at front, coaches VG, boxes F, both lack inserts, (4 including tender) £40-60
91.     Tri-ang 00 Gauge Stephenson's Rocket and Coaches, unboxed Rocket and tender together with three coaches, 'Times' (2) and 'Despatch', VG (5, including Tender) £50-70
92.     Tri-ang and Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge Locomotives, unboxed Tri-ang BR green L1 class 4-4-0 locomotive, tender and horse box converter wagon, F-G, loco lacks one step, a H/D 2235 BR green gloss 'Barnstaple' locomotive and tender renumbered 35026 (Lamport and Holt Line, no nameplates), with instructions, white slip dated June 1961 and Guarantee, original nameplates loose in original box, F, loco lacks motor, box G (1 box + 3 loose) £50-70
93.     Tri-ang and Tri-ang Hornby 00 Gauge Locomotives and Rolling Stock, including unboxed BR green 'Albert Hall' locomotive and tender, BR black 2-6-2 tank Locomotive, BR maroon 'Princess Royal' locomotive only and BR black 0-6-0 3F locomotive only, DMU centre coach, WR corridor coach, three T/H GWR coaches, in original window boxes, unboxed car transporter, parcel van and Pugh wagon, in original boxes, F-VG, boxes F-G (13) £60-80
94.     Hornby OO Gauge Class 47 and 50 Diesel Locomotives, comprising two R863 BR green class 47's, one renumbered as D1792, the other somewhat retouched and numbered D1807, both F-G, boxes F, together with a China-built R2428 'Hoover' 50 037 'Illustrious' in BR blue, E, box E (3) £70-100
95.     Hornby (China) OO Gauge Class 60 Diesel Locomotives, comprising R2577 in Mainline 'trainload' livery as no 60077 'Canisp', together with R2639 in EWS grey livery as no 60014 'Alexander Fleming', both E, boxes VG (2) £70-100
96.     Hornby (China) OO Gauge Class 60 Diesel Locomotives, comprising R2488 in EW&S maroon/yellow livery as no 60026, together with R2489 in Load Haul black/orange livery as no 60007, both E, boxes VG-E (2) £70-100
97.     Hornby (China) OO Gauge Stanier 'Black Five' 4-6-0 Steam Locomotives and Tenders, comprising R2250 in early crest BR lined black as no 45253, together with a similar locomotive neatly renumbered as no 45270, G-VG, boxes G-VG (2) £70-100
98.     Hornby (China) OO Gauge Stanier 'Black Five' 4-6-0 Steam Locomotives and Tenders, comprising R2359 in early crest BR lined black as no 44908, together with a R2250 locomotive neatly renumbered as no 45379, G-VG, boxes G-VG (2) £70-100
99.     Hornby (China) OO Gauge Stanier 'Black Five' 4-6-0 Steam Locomotives and Tenders, comprising R2382 in weathered late crest BR lined black as no 44666, together with a similar locomotive neatly renumbered as no 44929, G-VG, boxes G-VG (2) £70-100
100.    Hornby (China) OO Gauge Stanier 'Black Five' 4-6-0 Steam Locomotives and Tenders, comprising R2555 in late crest BR lined black as no 45156, together with a R2321 unlined black locomotive neatly renumbered as no 44841, G-VG, boxes G-VG (2) £70-100
101.    Hornby (China) OO Gauge Bulleid 'Battle of Britain' Class 4-6-2 Steam Locomotives and Tenders, comprising R2221 in early crest BR lined green as no 34067 'Tangmere', together with a R2316 locomotive as 34061 '73 Squadron' with 'upgraded' nameplates applied, G-VG, boxes G-VG (2) £90-120
102.    Hornby (China) OO Gauge Bulleid 'Battle of Britain' Class 4-6-2 Steam Locomotives and Tenders, comprising an R2458 locomotive in late crest BR lined green neatly renumbered and named as no 34074 '46 Squadron', together with a similar R2388 locomotive likewise modified as 34080 '74 Squadron', G-VG, boxes G-VG (2) £90-120
103.    Hornby (China) OO Gauge 'West Country' and 'Castle' Class Steam Locomotives and Tenders, comprising R3118 double-chimneyed Castle in late crest BR lined green as no 7023 'Penrice Castle', together with a neatly renumbered and named R2218 Bulleid Pacific as no 34020 'Seaton', G-VG, boxes G-VG (2) £90-120
104.    Hornby OO Gauge 'Britannia' and 'A3' Class Steam Locomotives and Tenders, comprising a China-made 'Brit' R2562 locomotive in late crest BR lined green neatly renumbered and named as no 70030 'William Wordsworth', together with a Margate-made R2598M locomotive in LNER green possibly likewise modified as no 2569 'Gladiateur', both VG, boxes G-VG (2) £90-120
105.    Hornby 00 Gauge SR and GWR Locomotives: R374 SR green Battle of Britain 'Spitfire' and R154 SR green King Arthur class 'Sir Dinadan', both in original boxes, with an unboxed repainted black 0-6-0 pannier tank No 8751, F-E, boxes G (3) £70-100
106.    Hornby (Margate) 00 Gauge ex-SR Steam Locomotives: comprising R317 Schools class 4-4-0 no 30908 'Westminster' in lined BR green, together with R862 class M7 0-4-4T no 30111 in lined black, both late totem, VG-E, boxes VG (2) £70-100
107.    A 1990's Hornby 00 Gauge Factory-Made Shop Display Layout, comprising double circuit with goods yard and part outer line around two-thirds of the layout, various Scaledale and other Hornby buildings including a station, full scenic detail including fences, signals, cars, constructed in wood/MDF with four detachable legs (fixed in pairs) and top forming a heavy wooden frame for the layout to fit on to, together with a Perspex cover, approximately 1200mm x1800mm, woodwork is painted in Hornby red, G, some damage to scenic detail although generally good order, requires some tidying £100-200
108.    Hornby 00 Gauge Grand Victorian Suspension Bridge Station and Accessories, Suspension Bridge in original box (not checked), various station platforms and buildings, goods shed, signals and Merit kits, many in original boxes, F-E, boxes F-G (qty) £40-60
109.    Lima OO Gauge Class 47 Diesel Locomotives, comprising 47033 in Railfreight Sector grey livery as 'The Royal Logistics Corps', together with 47565 in 'RES' red livery as 'Responsive', both VG, boxes VG (2) £70-90
110.    Lima OO Gauge Class 47 Diesel Locomotive and Multiple Unit, comprising 47628 in GWR 150 lined green livery as 'Sir Daniel Gooch', VG, box VG, together with a 3-car DMU set in plain BR blue livery, F-VG, driving trailer with curious lack of paint to one end, boxes G-VG (4) £60-90
111.    Lima OO Gauge Steam Locomotives, comprising GWR green 'King' no 6000 'King George V', another in BR blue as no 6009 'King Charles II', and an LMS maroon 'Crab' 2-6-0 no 13000, all with respective tenders, all VG, boxes G (3) £70-100
112.    Lima OO Gauge BR Steam and Diesel Locomotives, comprising ltd edn BR black 'Crab' 2-6-0 no 42760 (LE 276/850), class 08 diesel shunter no 3004, and class 33 Bo-Bo no D6506, both in BR green, all VG, boxes G-VG (3) £70-100
113.    Lima 00 Gauge Locomotives and Rolling Stock, BR green D9003 'Meld' diesel locomotive, BR black 0-6-0 tank locomotive, BR green DMU power car, BR blue 'Western Renown' diesel locomotive, together with four parcel vans, all in original boxes, VG, boxes G (8) £60-80
114.    Two Bachmann OO Gauge 'Austerity' class 2-8-0 Locomotives and Tenders, comprising ref 32-256 no 90566 in plain black and 32-259 no 90630 in weathered black, both with late crest, both VG, boxes G (2) £100-140
115.    Two Bachmann OO Gauge 'Austerity' class 2-8-0 Locomotives and Tenders, comprising ref 32-251 no 90275 in plain black with early crest and 32-252 no 90445 in black with late crest, both VG, boxes G (2) £100-140
116.    Two Bachmann OO Gauge Class 57 Diesel Locomotives, comprising ref 32-750D no 57010 'Freightliner Crusader' in Freightliner green/yellow and 32-750 as sister no 57008 'Freightliner Explorer', both VG, boxes G-VG (2) £70-100
117.    Bachmann OO Gauge Class 57 and 66 Diesel Locomotives, comprising ref 32-753 no 57011 'Freightliner Challenger' in Freightliner green/yellow and 32-733 as class 66 no 66068 in EW&S maroon/yellow colours, both VG, boxes G-VG (2) £70-100
118.    Two Bachmann OO Gauge Class 24 Diesel Locomotives, comprising ref 32-429 no D5011 and 32-426 as sister no D5074, both in BR green, both VG, boxes G-VG (2) £60-90
119.    Two Bachmann OO Gauge Steam Tank Locomotives, comprising ref 31-452 Ivatt 2-6-2T in late-totem lined BR black as no 41313, VG-E, box VG, and 31-901A ex-GWR 0-6-0PT oversprayed in plain black, as repaint G, box F-G (2) £50-80
120.    Two Bachmann OO Gauge BR Standard Class Locomotives and Tenders, comprising 32-504 class 5MT no 73014 in lined green, together with 32-951 class 4MT 2-6-0 no 76069 in lined black, both with late totem, both VG-E, boxes VG (2) £90-120
121.    Two Bachmann OO Gauge BR Black Locomotives, comprising 31-103 class 4MT 4-6-0 no 75020 with double chimney in lined black (late), G, slight distortion to plastic driving wheel inserts, together with 31-450 class 2MT 2-6-2T no 41221 in lined black with early totem, VG-E, boxes VG (2) £70-100
122.    Three Bachmann OO Gauge BR Black Locomotives, all with late totems, comprising 32-152, N class 2-6-0 no 31860, 31-902A, ex-GWR 0-6-0PT no 5775, and 31-056, class J72 0-6-0T no 69025, all VG-E, pannier has one handrail knob broken, boxes VG (3) £90-120
123.    Two Bachmann 00 Gauge BR Locomotives, 31403 green Lord Nelson Class' Lord Anson' and 31852 black Gresley J39 Class 0-6-0 locomotive and tender, both in original boxes, VG, boxes G (2) £80-100
124.    A Trix Express HO Gauge 3-rail DC German 4-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, cat ref 2208, in 'Bayern' green livery as no 3894, with thick flanges, VG, box G £50-80
125.    Two Trix Express HO Gauge 3-rail DC German Steam Locomotives, comprising 2-6-0 with tender as 24 058, together with 2-6-2T no 64 089, both in DB black/red and with thick flanges, both G, unboxed (3 inc tender) £50-80
126.    Two Trix Express HO Gauge 3-rail DC German Steam Locomotives, comprising 'Pacific' 4-6-2 with tender as 18 601, together with 2-10-0 and tender no 42 555, both in DB black/red and with thick flanges, both VG, boxes G-VG (2) £80-120
127.    Two Trix Express HO Gauge 3-rail DC German Electric Locomotives, comprising DB green Co-Co as E50 009, together with DB green 1-C-1 no E05 001, both with thick flanges, both VG, boxes G-VG (2) £70-100
128.    Two Trix Express HO Gauge 3-rail DC German Diesel Locomotives, comprising DB red 0-6-0 shunter as V36 257, together with DB red 2-car Railbus set no VT 75 904, both with thick flanges, both G-VG, railcar set may be missing some cab glazings, boxes G-VG (2) £50-80
129.    Trix Express HO Gauge German Rolling Stock, comprising three 1st/2nd class green coaches in original boxes and matching Gepackwagen in similar but non-original box, boxed 12-wheel low-loading wagon with boiler load and two more without loads unboxed, an early boxed bolster wagon pair, and another more recent, and six unboxed tank wagons in various liveries, overall G-VG, boxes F-VG (7 boxes + 8 unboxed) £70-100
130.    A Trix Twin Railway OO Gauge 3-rail AC 4-4-0 Locomotive Tender and Freight Stock, comprising 'Compound' 41162 in BR black, G-VG in original box, an American market TTR/Aristo-Craft operating dump wagon, Mint, in sealed box, and 10 other wagons, most in original boxes, F-G (12) £60-90
131.    Trix Twin Railway OO Gauge 3-rail DC 4-4-0 and 'Britannia' Locomotives and Tenders, comprising 'Pytchley' no 62750 in BR black, and 'Britannia' no 70000 in BR green, both in original boxes, both VG, boxes F-G (4 inc tenders) £60-90
132.    Trix Twin Railway OO Gauge 2-rail DC 4-6-0 and 'Britannia' Locomotives and Tenders, comprising 'class 5' 4-6-0 no 73000, and 'Britannia' no 70000 both in BR green, both in original boxes, both VG, boxes F-G, together with a spare class 5 loco body and three tenders (6) £60-90
133.    Trix Twin Railway OO Gauge 3-rail DC 4-6-0 and 66xx 0-6-2T Locomotives and Tender, comprising 'class 5' 4-6-0 no 73000, and 0-6-2T no 6664, both in BR green, both G-VG, with a few small chips, class 5 with Trix flanges, (3) £50-80
134.    Trix Twin Railway OO Gauge 2-rail DC 4-6-0 and 66xx 0-6-2T Locomotives and Tender, comprising 'class 5' 4-6-0 no 73001 in BR green, and 0-6-2T no 6664 in BR black, both G-VG, with a few small chips, class 5 with 'weathered' wheels and replacement bogie wheels, (3) £50-80
135.    Trix Twin Railway OO Gauge 2-rail DC 4-6-0 Locomotives and Tenders, comprising 'class 5' 4-6-0's nos 73000 and 73001, both in BR green, the latter being an early example apparently converted from 3-rail, both G-VG, with a few small chips, (4 inc tenders) £60-90
136.    Trix Twin Railway OO Gauge 2-rail DC 'Warship' Class Diesel Locomotives, comprising BR blue D844 'Spartan', F-G with some retouching, and repainted/renumbered BR maroon D812 'The Royal Naval Reserve' with etched nameplates, as repaint F-G (2) £50-80
137.    Trix/Liliput OO Gauge 2-rail Class A2 Locomotive and Tender, in BR lined green as 60525 'A H Peppercorn', VG in original box, box G £50-80
138.    Trix OO Gauge 2-rail 'Western' Diesel Locomotives, comprising green D1002 'Explorer', maroon D1038 'Sovereign', and blue D1000 'Enterprise', all VG, in F-G boxes (3) £70-100
139.    Trix/Liliput OO Gauge 'Western' Diesel Locomotives, comprising green D1002 'Explorer', maroon D1045 'Viscount', and Desert Sand D1000 'Enterprise', all VG, in F-G boxes (3) £80-120
140.    Trix/Liliput OO Gauge 'Western' Diesel Locomotives, comprising D1069 'Vanguard', D1045 'Viscount' with twin motors, and D1000 'Enterprise', all in BR maroon, all VG, in G boxes (3) £70-100
141.    Liliput OO Gauge 'Western' Diesel Locomotives, comprising D1069 'Vanguard', D1045 'Viscount' with twin motors, and D1004 'Crusader', all in BR blue, the latter with small yellow end panels, all VG, in G boxes (3) £70-100
142.    Trix/Liliput OO Gauge 'Western' Diesel Locomotives, comprising D1069 'Vanguard' and D1000 'Enterprise' in maroon, D1045 'Viscount' in BR blue, and D1004 'Crusader' in BR green, all VG, in G boxes (4) £70-100
143.    Trix/Liliput OO Gauge 'Trans-Pennine' Diesel Multiple Units, comprising twin-car set in BR green, two intermediate coaches in green, and a separately-boxed pair in BR blue/grey, all VG, in G-VG original boxes (6 in 5 boxes) £80-120
144.    Trix/Liliput OO Gauge Pantograph Electric Locomotives, comprising Trix 2/3 rail EM1 class Bo-Bo no 26056 'Triton' in BR green, G-VG, unboxed, together with Liliput AL1 class E3001 in BR 'Rail Blue', VG in VG box (2) £80-120
145.    Trix Twin Railway OO Gauge Late 7" Coaches, comprising Engineering Dept coach 'ED 94528' in black, 2 Southern Region green coaches with numbers, S31595 all G-VG, and another without numbers, F, with rusty bogies (4) £60-80
146.    Trix Twin Railway OO Gauge 'Scale Model' 9" Coaches, comprising 6 Pullman cars, 6 assorted BR maroon coaches and 1 red/cream, 4 in late TTR boxes and others unboxed, some with lights, overall VG (13) £50-80
147.    Trix Twin Railway OO Gauge Boxed 'Scale Model' 9" Coaches, comprising 6 Pullman cars with lights, 3 BR maroon coaches and 3 red/cream, 4 of which have lights and one with interior, all in red TTR boxes, overall VG (12) £70-100
148.    Trix Twin Railway OO Gauge Western Region 'Scale Model' 9" Coaches, being 1st class or brake/3rd coaches in WR brown/cream livery, three with lights, four with interiors, one with both, and one with home-made interior, overall G-VG, 3 in original boxes, and some with scale wheels fitted (10) £60-90
149.    Trix Twin Railway OO Gauge Late 'Scale Model' Tinplate Pullman Coaches, all with detailed interiors, one with name 'Sheila' applied, others with blank name panels, 2 in original boxes, all VG (5) £50-80
150.    Trix Twin Railway OO Gauge Boxed Plastic Coaches, comprising 6 in BR maroon, 6 in BR (WR) brown/cream, and 4 in BR blue/grey, all VG, in three different styles of Trix box, boxes F-G, some flaps/labels missing (16) £60-90
151.    Trix Twin Railway OO Gauge Plastic Pullman Coaches, comprising Lydia in original box, together with unboxed Aries, Iris, Eagle, Robin, Carina, Wren, Adrian and one un-named, mostly VG, 'Aries' has slightly distorted roof, another missing one axleset (9) £60-90
152.    Trix and Liliput OO Gauge Plastic Coaches, including 2 Great Western, 1 LMS, 4 Southern region green, Pullman 'Wren' and another un-named, all VG-E, most in G-VG boxes, (8 boxed + 1 unboxed) £60-90
153.    Trix and Liliput OO Gauge Plastic Coaches, comprising 6 BR maroon and 8 BR blue/grey, the majority in original boxes, VG, boxes G-VG (10 boxed + 4 unboxed) £60-90
154.    Trix and Liliput OO Gauge Plastic Coaches, comprising 8 BR (WR) brown/cream and 7 BR blue/grey, some in original boxes, VG, boxes G-VG (5 boxed + 10 unboxed) £60-90
155.    Trix OO Gauge Plastic Grey/Blue Pullman and BR Blue Coaches, five of the uncommon grey/blue BR Pullman cars, all G-VG, together with 3 rare Trix all-blue Mk 1 coaches, also G-VG, 1 with destination boards applied to roof, (3 boxed + 5 unboxed) £60-90
156.    Liliput OO Gauge Plastic Grey/Blue Pullman and Trix BR Blue Coaches, five of the uncommon grey/blue BR Pullman cars, all G-VG, together with 4 rare Trix all-blue mk 1 coaches, also G-VG, 1 with destination boards applied to roof, (3 boxed + 6 unboxed) £60-90
157.    Trix Twin Railway OO Gauge Plastic BR Green Coaches, in lined green, comprising 2 buffet cars, 2 brake/3rds and 2 3rd class, all G-VG, together in a 'Footplateman' box, box F with graffiti and taped repairs (6) £60-90
158.    Trix Twin Railway OO Gauge Plastic Pullman Coaches, comprising, Robin, Wren, Snipe and Heron in original boxes, Plato, Adrian and one un-named unboxed, all VG, (7) £50-80
159.    Trix Twin Railway OO Gauge Freight Stock, including a Bassett-Lowke PO wagon in dark grey, VG, 3 different era timber bolsters, 5 Weltrols with loads, (all with some corrosion), tank wagons, lighted brake van and others, mostly F-G (qty) £50-80
160.    Trix Twin Railway OO Gauge Plastic Grain Wagons, fourteen all different, some with numbers and some without, mostly G-VG, most boxed, (9 boxed +5 unboxed) £50-80
161.    Trix Twin Railway OO Gauge Freight Stock, various types in green/red boxes, mostly G (12 + 1 empty box) £40-60
162.    Trix OO Gauge Plastic Freight Stock, including 8 tank wagons in various liveries, brake vans, container wagons and others, some in yellow/black boxes, G-VG, boxes G (13 boxed +17 unboxed) £60-90
163.    Trix/Liliput OO Gauge Plastic Private Owner Coal Wagons, a full set of different owners with the exception of 'Abbott', in various original boxes, all G-VG, boxes F-VG (15) £50-80
164.    Trix/Liliput OO Gauge Plastic PO Coal Wagons and Other Freight Stock, including an uncommon original 3-pack of PO wagons (ref 1451), various other PO's, container wagons including Birds Eye and Speedfreight, plate wagon and others, approx 50% in boxes, mostly G-VG (qty) £50-80
165.    Trix/Liliput OO Gauge Figures Containers and Catalogues, including two packs of Britains-for-TTR figures, containers including Birds Eye and Speedfreight, together with a collection of approx 13 catalogues and price lists circa 1955 - 1970/1, including a couple duplicates, mostly G-VG (qty) £50-80
166.    Trix Twin Railway OO Gauge Trains Track and Stations, mostly 1950's AC types, including a boxed LNER 0-4-0T no 605, two BR green tender locos, an 0-4-0T nicely repainted as SR 520 and 0-4-0 repainted in SR black, these possibly by John Hopkinson, both as repaints VG, together with a collection of rolling stock including Trix open wagon, SR brake van and refrigerator vans (2), LMS 4-wheel coaches and many others, a group of 'Manyways' station buildings with unused repro windows and other accessories, and a collection of Bakelite track, varying F-VG (qty in 3 boxes) £60-90
167.    A Trix Trains OO Gauge 2-rail 4-car 'Trans-Pennine' DMU, in BR blue/grey livery, in original yellow Trix boxes, VG (4) £60-90
168.    Trix and Liliput OO Gauge 'Western' Diesels and 0-6-0T Locomotive, comprising BR green Trix 'Western Crusader' in non-original box, Liliput BR maroon 'Western Vanguard' in original blue box, and a Trix BR black 0-6-0T no 32103 in yellow/black box, mostly G, boxes F-G (3) £60-90
169.    Trix OO Gauge Steam Locomotives, comprising late-series LNER green 'A H Peppercorn' no 525 in original box, VG, box G, an earlier DC BR Standard class 5 in BR black no 73000, F-G, some damp damage, and another class 5 from kit in semi-assembled form, P-F, not checked for completeness (3) £80-120
170.    Trix Twin Railway OO Gauge Coaching Stock: rake of 9" 'scale length' coaches in BR carmine or red/cream liveries, (6 of one, half-a-dozen of the other) including Restaurant cars, Brake/3rds, and 1st Class saloons, some with light units fitted one in original box, remainder unboxed, overall G-VG (12) £40-60
171.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge Accessory Packs, 054 Railway Station Personnel with two trunks, in original plastic box, 5025 Gradient and Mile Posts and 5037 Lineside Notices, both in original bubble packs, VG, packs F-G (3) £40-60
172.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge Accessory Packs, 054 Railway Station Personnel with two suitcases, in original plastic box, 5025 Gradient and Mile Posts and 5037 Lineside Notices, both in original bubble packs, VG, packs F-G, some creasing to edges of bubble packs (3) £40-60
173.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge Accessory Packs, 054 Railway Station Personnel with two trunks, in original plastic box, 5025 Gradient and Mile Posts and 5037 Lineside Notices, both in original bubble packs, VG, packs F-G, some creasing to edges of bubble packs, (3) £40-60
174.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge Accessory Packs, 054 Railway Station Personnel (2, one with two handbags and other with two trunks, in original plastic boxes one with masking tape, and 5025 Gradient and Mile Posts (2), both in original bubble pack, together with Hornby-Dublo 1962 2-rail open-out catalogue, G-VG, catalogue writing on front and ink circles on some items, posts loose in one pack, packs F-G, some creasing to edges of bubble pack and a little grubby (5) £40-60
175.    Hornby-Dublo OO Gauge Signals and Track Items, including colour light junction signals (9), singles (13), and two hand-operated bracket semaphores, together with two turntables, points, large radius curves and other track items, mostly F-G, majority in ex-layout condition (qty) £60-80
176.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge Export Wagon and Figures, 4880 Esso tank wagon with screw-in couplings (lacks one coupling), in original red- striped box, 051 six Station Staff, in original green box and 053 six Passengers, in original maroon box, G-E all figures appear unused in original tissue, boxes F-G (3) £30-50
177.    Hornby-Dublo OO Gauge 2-Rail Locomotives 'Barnstaple' and 'Crepello', both in BR green, the Bulleid pacific 'Barnstaple' and tender, G, some rusting to right-hand smoke deflector, and Deltic diesel 'Crepello' D9012 also G, with chips to paint along roof-line and buffers (2) £70-100
178.    Hornby-Dublo OO Gauge 3-Rail Rolling Stock, including 2 LNER teak coaches, 4 boxed 4-wheel wagons, unboxed Power tanker, cattle wagons, open wagons and others, together with an empty D21 coach box, mostly G-VG (26) £50-70
179.    Hornby-Dublo OO Gauge 2-Rail Rolling Stock, the majority in original boxes, including three BR crimson super-detail corridor coaches, 4-wheel Chlorine tank wagon (2, 1 unboxed), bulk grain, Prestwin Silo, ICI bulk salt and others, all G-VG, boxes G, staples rusty (9 boxed + 2 unboxed) £70-90
180.    A collection of Hornby-Dublo OO Gauge Buildings and Other Scenic Items, including through station and island station, both with platform extensions, 2 signal boxes (1 boxed), buffers, signals, level crossing, a bag of die-cast H-D people (20+) and other items, mostly G-VG, some in original boxes (qty) £50-70
181.    Hornby-Dublo OO Gauge 3-Rail Post-war Southern Tank Locomotive and Freight Stock, the 0-6-2T locomotive in SR green with 'sunshine' lettering and no 2594, F-G, together with an open wagon and brake van, both F, moderate playwear and slight corrosion (3) £100-140
182.    A Hornby-Dublo SR green Super-Detail Brake Corridor Coach, G-VG £20-30
183.    A Wrenn 00 Gauge W2238 BR green 4-6-2 Merchant Navy Class 'Clan Line' Locomotive and Tender, with three packing rings, in original unstamped box, VG, box G £100-150
184.    A Wrenn 00 Gauge BR green 4-6-2 'Merchant Navy' Class no 35028 Locomotive and Tender, an interesting example which appears never to have been fitted with nameplates, G, slight rusting to handrails and tender axles, in non-original box £70-100
185.    A Wrenn 00 Gauge BR green 4-6-2 'Merchant Navy' Class no 34053 'Sir Keith Park' Locomotive and Tender, one of the limited edition with 'Golden Arrow' insignia, G-VG, black paint spot to right cylinder, in non-original box £90-120
186.    A Wrenn 00 Gauge W6001AG Brighton Belle Pullman 2nd Coach 'Agatha', in brown and cream, in original box, E, box VG-E £50-70
187.    A Wrenn 00 Gauge W6001U Brighton Belle Pullman Parlour Car 'Ursula', in brown and cream, in original box, E, box VG-E £50-70
188.    A Wrenn 00 Gauge W6001U Brighton Belle Pullman Car 2nd ' Car No 73' in brown and cream, in original box, E, box VG-E £30-40
189.    A pair of Wrenn 00 Gauge Pullman Brake 2nd Coaches, W6000 'Car No 77' and W6000A 'Car No 79', in brown and cream, both in original boxes, E, boxes, W6000 G, W6000A VG (2) £30-40
190.    A pair of Wrenn 00 Gauge green SR Coaches, W6006 Brake 2nd and W6007 2nd Class, both in original boxes, E, boxes, W6006 G, W6007 VG (2) £50-70
191.    Three Wrenn 00 Gauge maroon LMS Coaches, W6009 Brake 2nd, W6010 2nd Class and W6011 1st Class, all in original boxes, E, boxes G-VG (3) £60-80
192.    A Wrenn 00 Gauge W2286 'City of Leicester' Locomotive and Tender, in BR black, with instructions, in original box stamped 89833, E-M, appears unrun, box VG-E £300-400
193.    A Wrenn 00 Gauge W2295 Class A4 'Dominion of Canada' Locomotive and Tender, in LNER blue, with instructions, in original unstamped box, E-M, appears unrun, box VG-E £400-600
194.    A Wrenn 00 Gauge W2404 Limited Edition Class A4 'Mallard' Locomotive and Tender, in LNER blue, with instructions, wooden plinth with plaque and track, in original box stamped Packer No 3 08727, Ltd Ed 163/252, E-M, appears unrun, box VG, some scuffing to lid £250-350
195.    A Wrenn 00 Gauge W2285 'Queen Elizabeth' Locomotive and Tender, in LMS maroon, satin finish, No 6221, with instructions, in original box stamped Packer No 2 92??30 £300-500
196.    A Wrenn 00 Gauge W2270 BR lined green 2-6-4 Tank Locomotive, No 80135, excellent satin finish, in original box stamped Packer No 3 90834, made August 1990, E, appears test run only with a few minor nicks to lining, box VG, wear to two lid corners, original price label £200-300
197.    An uncommon Wrenn 00 Gauge W2271 LNER lined green 2-6-4 Tank Locomotive, No 9025, excellent example with instructions, only 8 made in 1989, in original box, E-M, box VG, one lid corner split £600-800
198.    Wrenn 00 Gauge W5104 white Bulk Flour Tanker, together with W5042 Esso Tanker, both in original boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £60-80
199.    Wrenn 00 Gauge Wagons, W5092 'Readymix' Cement Wagon, W5099 brown BR Brake Van SWB b950231 and W5099A grey BR Brake Van SWB B932103, all in original boxes, E, boxes VG (3) £60-80
200.    Wrenn 00 Gauge Tankers and GW Van, W5077 United Molasses tanker, W5093 ICI tanker and W5058 grey GW fruit van, all in original boxes, G-VG (3) £60-80
201.    A Wrenn 00 Gauge No 2206 BR black 0-6-0 Tank, No 31337, with instruction sheet and spare Dublo couplings, in early original box with yellow base, VG, a couple of nicks to BR logo, box G-VG £30-40
202.    A Wrenn 00 Gauge No 2236 BR green 'Barnstaple' and Tender, No 34005, with blue Guarantee Card and Instruction Sheet, in original early box with buff base, E, box G-VG £60-80
203.    A Wrenn 00 Gauge No 2221 BR green 'Cardiff Castle', No 4075, with instructions and Meccano oil tube, in original early box with yellow base, VG, some nicks to piston linings, paint chip under one nameplate, box G-VG £60-80
204.    A Wrenn 00 Gauge W2225 LMS black 8F 2-8-0 Freight Locomotive and Tender, No 8042, with instructions and spare Dublo couplings, in original unstamped box, E, box VG £100-140
205.    A Wrenn 00 Gauge W2267 BR blue Merchant Navy Class 'Lamport and Holt Line' Locomotive and Tender, with instructions, in original box stamped Packer No 1 Ref 00223, E, box VG-E £250-350
206.    A Wrenn 00 Gauge W2242 LMS maroon 'City of Liverpool' Locomotive and Tender, No 6247, with instructions, in original box stamped Packer No 6 only, E, box VG £100-160
207.    A Wrenn 00 Gauge W2230 BR blue Bo Bo Diesel-Electric Class 20 Locomotive, No 8003, with the correct two instruction sheets, (0-6-0 Diesel and additional sheet for the Bo Bo), in original box stamped Packer No 6 only, E, box E £50-80
208.    A Wrenn 00 Gauge W2230 BR black 2-6-4 Tank Locomotive, No 80033, with instructions, in original box stamped Packer No 5 only, E, box VG £50-80
209.    A Wrenn 00 Gauge W2217 LNER green 0-6-2 Tank Locomotive, No 9522 with instruction sheet, spare Dublo couplings, in original box stamped Packer No 6 ? only, E, box VG £40-60
210.    Wrenn 00 Gauge Petrol Tankers, W5041 red Mobil, W5042 silver Esso, W5039 blue Esso and W5076 Power Ethyl, all in original boxes, E-M, boxes VG-E (5) £40-60
211.    Wrenn 00 Gauge Coal and Mineral Wagons, Coal wagons W5000 Bly, W4635P Higgs, W5008 Harris, W5048 Cramston, and Mineral wagons W5026 Park Ward, W4655 BR grey (2, one body loose from chassis), all in original boxes, E, boxes G-VG (7) £30-50
212.    Wrenn 00 Gauge W5058 GW Fruit Vans, one light grey, other mid grey, both 38200, in original boxes, E-M, boxes E (2) £30-50
213.    Tri-ang-Wrenn and Wrenn 00 Gauge SR Van and Horse Box, Tri-ang-Wrenn W4323P SR green Utility Van , Wrenn W4315P 'Brighton' green Horse Box with white plastic insert and W4305X maroon Passenger Fruit Van, all in original boxes, E-M, boxes E (3) £40-60
214.    Wrenn 00 Gauge W5071 Bass Charrington Bulk Grain Wagon, in dark red together with W4660P Twinings Open Wagon, both in original boxes, E-M, boxes E (2) £40-60
215.    Wrenn 00 Gauge Refrigerator Vans, W5027 Carr and Co (labels on box over Banana Van), W4320P Eskimo Foods, W5019 GW and W5052 Youngs, all in original boxes, E-M (4) £30-40
216.    Wrenn 00 Gauge Salt Vans, W4665P Saxa, W4666 Sifta, W5024 Colmans and W5070 Distillers, all in original boxes, E, boxes VG-E (4) £30-40
217.    Tri-ang-Wrenn and Wrenn 00 Gauge wagons, Tri-ang-Wrenn W4600P Clay Cross Ore, W5010 Robertsons and W4300P Findus Foods, with Wrenn W4301P Fyffes, W5012 BR blue Parcels, W4318P/A Peek Freans, and W4311P brown LMS Guards Van, all in original boxes, E-M, boxes VG-E (7) £40-60
218.    Tri-ang-Wrenn and Wrenn 00 Gauge Six Wheel Tankers, Tri-ang-Wrenn W4657 United Dairies (2) and W5003 Guinness, with Wrenn W5013 Double Diamond and W5023 Milk Marketing Board (2), all in original boxes, E-M, boxes VG-E (7) £70-90
219.    Three Wrenn 00 Gauge W4652/A Machine Wagon Loriot in GW grey, all in original boxes, E-M, boxes E (3) £40-60
220.    Wrenn 00 Gauge GW Fruit Vans and other wagons, W5049 brown GW Fruit Vans (3), w5056 Tarmac Hopper Wagon and W4644 BR grey Hopper Wagon, all in original boxes, E-M, boxes W5056 F, others E (5) £30-40
221.    Wrenn 00 Gauge short wagons in long boxes, W4625 20 Ton Grain Wagon, W5024 NTG Steel Wagon and W4630 Cattle Wagon, all with short plastic inserts, in long original boxes, E, boxes VG (3) £30-50
222.    Wrenn 00 Gauge Auto Distributors and Auto Spares Wagons, W4652P Low-Mac Wagon Auto Distributors with Minix red Ford Anglia and white caravan, together with W5059 Auto Spares Flat Wagon with four tyres, both in original boxes, E-M, boxes E (2) £60-80
223.    A Wrenn 00 Gauge W2231 BR green 0-6-0 Diesel Shunter, with instruction sheet and spare Dublo couplings, in original box, stamped Packer No 3?, VG, box G £30-40
224.    Kitbuilt Finescale OO Gauge LMS 4-4-0 Locomotives with Tenders, comprising ex-LNWR Precursor class from GEM kit as no 25297 'Sirocco' in unlined black, F-G, old label mark to tender, together with LMS maroon 'compound' no 1112, F-G, with note attached implying motor defective (4 including tenders) £70-100
225.    Kitbuilt Finescale OO Gauge LMS 0-8-0 Locomotives with Tenders, comprising ex L&YR Aspinall 7F class as no 12840 in unlined black with 8-wheel tender, G, together with LMS Fowler 7F 'Austin Seven' no 9674, G, one footstep missing (4 including tenders) £70-100
226.    Kitbuilt Finescale OO Gauge Ex-LNWR Locomotives, comprising Bowen-Cooke 'Super D' class 0-8-0 as LMS no 9312 in unlined black with tender, G, together with 'Precursor Tank' 4-4-2T no 6797 in lined LMS satin black, G-VG (3 including tender) £70-100
227.    A Kitbuilt Finescale OO Gauge Ex-LNWR Bowen Cooke 4-6-2T Locomotive, beautifully made from Millholme Models 'Goldcast' kit and finished in lined LMS maroon as no 6979, VG-E, in original kit box £120-160
228.    A Kitbuilt Finescale OO Gauge Ex-L&YR 'Dreadnought' 4-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, beautifully made from Millholme Models 'Goldcast' kit and finished in lined LMS maroon as no 10442, VG-E, in original kit box £120-160
229.    A Kitbuilt Finescale OO Gauge LMS 'Turbomotive' 4-6-2 Locomotive and Tender, beautifully made from K's kit and finished in lined LMS maroon as no 6202, VG-E, in non-original kit box £120-160
230.    A Kitbuilt Finescale OO Gauge LMS 'Princess' Class 4-6-2 Locomotive and Tender, beautifully made from K's kit and finished in lined LMS maroon as no 6203 'Princess Margaret Rose', VG-E, in non-original box £100-140
231.    A Kitbuilt Finescale OO Gauge LMS 'Duchess' Class 4-6-2 Locomotive and Tender, beautifully made from a DJH kit and finished in lined LMS maroon as no 6237 'City of Bristol', VG-E, in original kit box £140-180
232.    A Kitbuilt Finescale OO Gauge LMS 'Coronation' Class 4-6-2 Locomotive and Tender, beautifully made from K's kit and finished in lined LMS maroon as no 6244 'King George VI', VG, tender underframe slightly loose, in non-original box £120-160
233.    A Kitbuilt Finescale OO Gauge LMS 'Duchess' Class 4-6-2 Locomotive and Tender, beautifully made from K's kit and finished in lined BR green as no 46225 'Duchess of Gloucester', VG, rear pony truck and tender pick-ups missing, one front footstep detached (3) £90-120
234.    Wills MAJ and Ratio unmade 00 Gauge kits and made-up models, Wills F194 SECR/SR Crane Truck (part made), unmade MAJ LMS suburban 3rd and Ratio GWR all-third coach kits, Cooper Craft kitbuilt GW cattle wagon (some damage), Springside kitbuilt Morris breakdown truck and Farmer's Pick-up and kit/scratchbuilt Colonial-style small logging 0-4-0 industrial loco and tender, F-VG, boxes G (6) £40-60
235.    Roxey Mouldings LSWR 00 Gauge Coach Kits, 4C4 Southern Railway ex-LSWR 46' non-corridor First and 4C6 SR ex-LSWR 48' non-corridor '6-LAV' Tri-composite, in original boxes, VG, all appear unused parts in original tissue, boxes F-G (2) £20-30
236.    Two Kit-built OO Gauge ex-SR Locomotives and Tenders, both in late-totem BR black, comprising U class 2-6-0 no 31628, believed from Wills kit, G-VG, with kit-built brass chassis, together with a Q1 class 0-6-0 no 33027 also with brass chassis, F-G (2) £80-120
237.    Two Kit-built OO Gauge Tank Locomotives, comprising an unfinished ex-LBSCR 'Baltic' 4-6-4, from a Langley Models kit on Triang/Hornby A3 chassis, P, with additional parts in original kit box, together with a GWR 94xx 0-6-0 Pannier Tank by Wills on Triang/Hornby chassis, in GWR green, F (3 boxes) £50-70
238.    Two Unmade OO Gauge SR Tank Locomotive Kits by Wills Finecast, comprising LBSCR 'I3' class 4-4-2Twith 5-pole Romford motor and driving wheels, (but appears NOT to include chassis kit), together with a 'P' class 0-6-0T, body and chassis kits, latter includes wheels and axles but no motor, both G, axles slightly rusty, in original boxes with instructions, not checked exhaustively for completeness (3 boxes) £50-70
239.    Two Unmade OO Gauge SR Locomotive Kits by Wills Finecast, comprising ex-SECR N class 2-6-0 and tender body, with separate chassis kit, without motor or wheels, together with a LSWR G6 class 0-6-0T, body and chassis kits, latter includes wheels and axles but no motor, both G, axles slightly rusty, in original boxes with instructions, not checked exhaustively for completeness (4 boxes) £50-70
240.    Two Part-made OO Gauge Locomotive Kits by Wills and K's, comprising Wills SR Q class 0-6-0, body partly made-up, with two different Triang-Hornby chassis, appears to lack tender parts, together with a K's GWR 63xx 2-6-0, body and chassis part-made and with 5-pole motor, tender parts appear included, both F-G, not checked exhaustively for completeness (2) £50-70
241.    Two Unmade OO Gauge GWR Locomotive Kits by K's, comprising 28xx 2-8-0 kit and 42/52/72xx 2-8-0T (or optional 2-8-2T), both VG in original unopened bubble packs with instructions, together with an unopened 40T bogie mineral wagon kit and a part-used card of loco parts, F-G (4) £60-80
242.    Two Unmade OO Gauge SR Bulleid Pacific Locomotive Kits by Crownline, comprising WC/BoB kit with body and nickel-silver chassis, with Boxpok wheelfrets, together with a 2nd batch Merchant Navy class body kit and separate chassis kit, neither include wheels or motors, in original packagings, G-VG, one box with damp damage, none checked exhaustively for completeness (3) £60-80
243.    Three Unmade OO Gauge GWR Locomotive Kits by Wills M&L and Craftsman Models, respectively a King class 4-6-0 body, tender and chassis kit without loco wheels or motor, a County class 4-6-0 also sans wheels or motor, and a 36xx class 2-4-2T with wheels but no motor, all G-VG in original boxes, not checked exhaustively for completeness (3) £60-80
244.    An Unmade OO Gauge BR Standard Class 4 2-6-0 Locomotive and Tender Kit by DJH, appears complete in original bubble wraps, includes wheels but no motor, VG £60-80
245.    An Unmade OO Gauge SR Maunsell S15 Class 4-6-0 Locomotive and Bogie Tender Kit by DJH, appears complete in original bubble wraps, includes wheels but no motor, VG £60-80
246.    An Unmade OO Gauge S&DJR 2-8-0 Locomotive and Tender Kit by DJH, appears complete in original packets, includes wheels but no motor, VG £60-80
247.    Various Made-up and Unmade Kits by K's and other makers, K's unmade GWR 68XX Grange Class, Siphon F and GWR 57 'B-Set' Coach, Ratio 779 unmade Tender and GWR Tube Wagon, Parkside unmade Utility Van, MTK SR bogie utility van, all in original packaging/boxes, VG, boxes F-G, Kitbuilt Wills GWR U1 0-6-2 Tank Locomotive, in original box G, box F, Ratio Coach (poor) and other Trucks and part built GWR Locomotive, P-F (qty) £80-100
248.    A Kit/scratch built 00 Gauge Battle of Britain Class Locomotive and Tender, in BR green as no 34088 '213 Squadron', originally built and painted to a good standard, F, general playwear and damages £30-50
249.    GWR OO Gauge Coaching Stock by Airfix GMR and Mainline, comprising 4 GW brown/cream 'Centenary' stock coaches (2 composites, 2 brake/3rds) and a Mainline 'Siphon G' in BR (WR) maroon, all VG, boxes VG (5) £30-50
250.    A Collection of OO Gauge Locomotives Stock and Detailing Parts, comprising Bachmann LMS 2-6-4T's no 2546 in lined black and 2691 unlined, both G but dusty, a Wrenn 8F 2-8-0 loco only, converted with scale wheels, F, a Gaugemaster electronic shuttle controller, VG-E, 4 Dapol 'Manchester Collieries' wagons, numerous etched brass detailing kits by Alan Gibson, GW Models, London Road Models and others, a bundle of nickel-silver rail and other items, mostly VG-E in unopened packets (qty) £100-140
251.    Exley OO Gauge LMS Coaching Stock, a mixed collection including 1st class 6-wheeler no 3254, 4 short bogie coaches - Buffet 2350, Brake/3rd 6222, 3rd class 3260 and unclassed 2053, a short bogie baggage van (repainted) and long corridor 3rd 2299, mostly F-G, 3 without couplings, 2 with Tri-ang bogies, one with broken bogie, and some other damages (7) £80-120
252.    ANNOUNCE THE NO 41 RESTAURANT CAR IS NOT 12 WHEELED
Exley OO Gauge LMS Bournemouth-York Coaching Stock, a rake of seven all with roofboards applied, including 12-wheel restaurant car no 41, 1st class no 9004, 3rd class 2002 and 2222, and brake/3rds 6006, 6556 and 6565, mostly G, some paint chips and minor damages, wheels all fitted with thick flanges for Trix track or similar, Peco-style couplers to ends of set (7) £100-140
253.    Rivarossi OO Gauge/HO Scale LMS 'Royal Scot' Locomotive and Coaches, comprising ref 1348 4-6-0 locomotive and tender no 6100 in original box, with four matching coaches no 15933 (2) and 15604 (2), one of each in original boxes, all in LMS lined maroon, all VG, boxes G (3 boxes +2 unboxed) £70-100
254.    Two Kit-bodied OO Gauge MR/LMS Locomotives, comprising Royal Scot class 4-6-0 and tender in LMS maroon as no 6112 'Sherwood Forester', together with Midland 'Flatiron' 0-6-4T no 2000, both based on Triang-Hornby chassis, both F-G, 'Scot' has one buffer missing, 'Flatiron' with old price label to cab roof, (3 including tender) £50-80
255.    Two Dapol OO Gauge Class 56 Diesel Locomotives, comprising 56079 in standard BR blue livery and 56086 in 'large logo' blue, both VG, boxes G-VG (2) £50-80
256.    Two Mainline OO Gauge BR Diesel Locomotives, comprising Warship class D834 'Hermes' in BR maroon livery and 56084 in 'large logo' blue, both VG, boxes G-VG (2) £50-80
257.    A Collection of OO Gauge Stock and Layout Detailing Parts, including a selection of Trix (TTR) switches and colour light signals, 2 made-up Kitmaster 'Krokodil' locomotives and two others (unpowered), four Hornby-Dublo tank wagons, a large number of cast metal figures, animals, phone boxes and other scenic details by Britains (for TTR), Master Models and the like and other items, varying P-VG, some overpainted (qty) £50-80
258.    A Mixed Lot of OO Gauge Trains by Hornby and Others, including Hornby OO Gauge Pannier tank, 0-4-0T and wagons, a Trackmaster clockwork 0-6-2T (G-VG), Hornby-Dublo 3-rail wagons and track, F, an early Triang RS 3 freight set with 'Jinty' 0-6-0T (loco G but slightly distorted), 3 Skaledale buildings and other items, mostly F-G (qty) £50-80
259.    Kit-built OO Gauge Locomotives from Wills and K's Kits, all made to a reasonable standard, comprising LMS 'Crab' 2-6-0 and tender, ex-MR 2F 0-6-0 and tender, ex-Caledonian 0-6-0 Tank locomotive, and a GWR 'Dean Goods' 0-6-0 and tender, F-G, some with no or incomplete decals, each in its original kit box, 'Crab' and 'Caley Tank' on Triang chassis (4) £70-100
260.    A Rake of 6 Exley OO Gauge LMS Maroon Coaching Stock, comprising a suburban 3rd class coach with an original box, F, 1st class corridor no 8999, 3rd class 2626, both G, together with two other 1st class coaches nos 1010 and 4010, and a full brake no 2013, possibly by Bond's or similar, two of which have Exley bogies, these three F, some chips and wear to paintwork (6) £70-100
261.    Three Triang OO Gauge Locomotives and Tenders, comprising BR green L1 class 4-4-0 and tender 31757, GWR green 'Lord of the Isles' 4-2-2 and tender 3046, and 'Jinty' 0-6-0T 47606, all unboxed, all VG, except Jinty has lost BR decals (5) £60-90
262.    Triang/Hornby OO Gauge Locomotives and Coaches, comprising BR 9F 92220 'Evening Star', VG-E in original box, another boxed 9F no 92079, repainted in matt black, an unboxed Midland 3F and tender in maroon as no 3775, and 2 clerestory coaches, one LNER teak, the other over-painted in crimson, remainder G (6) £60-90
263.    Hornby-Dublo OO Gauge Freight Train and Spare Tenders, including modified/retouched 2-rail 8F locomotive and tender as LMS 8076, F, grubby, a spare 8F tender and 2 from 'Cities', and a long rake of grain wagons, refrigerator vans, vent vans, 7-plank wagons, brake vans and others, mostly F-G (qty) £60-90
264.    A 'Project Box' of (Mostly LMS) OO Gauge Locomotives and Parts, with various modified, kit-built and other locos and parts, including Triang 3F's and tenders (2), a kit-built 4F and tender, kit-built Johnson 1F 0-6-0T, a 'black five' modified from H/D 8F, together with various other loco bodies, tenders and other parts, P-F (qty) £60-90
265.    A Collection of Kit and Kit-Built OO Gauge Rolling Stock and Accessories, including numerous Peco 'Wonderful Wagons', some as unmade kits, items by Kitmaster and Airfix, unmade Vacy-Ash Buildings sheets, Hornby-Dublo 2-rail track and other items, many with original boxes, mostly F-G (qty in 3 boxes) £60-90
266.    Three Uncommon OO Gauge Southern Railway Royal Mail Vans by Hamblings or Similar, all in SR green with yellow lettering as no 4922, in original boxes, F-G, some deterioration to 2 roofs and small areas of corrosion, (3) £80-120
267.    Bachmann Mainline and Airfix 00 Gauge BR black Locomotives, Bachmann J72 Class 0-6-0T No 68689 and Mainline 43XX 2-6-0 Mogul locomotive and tender No 5328, both in original boxes, together with unboxed Airfix 2-6-2T No 6167, G-E, boxes G-VG (3) £40-60
268.    Hornby Bachmann GMR and other makers 00 Gauge Stock and Accessories, including Hornby R2483 LBSC 0-6-0 Terrier 'Piccadilly' No 41, Shell Tanker and Dockyard wagon, Scenix Semi Detached Houses, Royal Mail van and taxi, Airfix Lowmac with load, Bachmann wagon with TR3, all in original boxes, unboxed Tri-ang A1A A1A, Hornby Diesel Shunter and L&Y 0-4-0 ST, Clerestory coaches (2, one Tri-ang and 1 repainted), various trucks (15, mainly Tri-ang), Mainline LMS 4-4-0 563 locomotive and tender, Graham Farish LMS maroon coaches (2), early Tri-ang maroon short coaches (3), Hornby Dublo Through Station and Platform Extension with wall (both in original boxes) and various vans and cars (12), F-E, boxes F-VG (qty) £80-120
269.    Airfix Lima and Hornby 00 Gauge Locomotive and Coaches, Airfix 4078 BR green 'Pembroke Castle', Lima BR maroon and cream coaches (2), Hornby LNER teak coaches (4), Pullman (1), BR blood and custard (1) and two wagons, all in original boxes, , VG-E, boxes G-VG (11) £50-70
270.    Airfix 00 Gauge Steam Locomotives, comprising rebuilt Scot no 6103 'Royal Scots Fusilier' in lined LMS black, 4F no 4454 in plain LMS black, and GWR Prairie 2-6-2T no 6110 in green, all G-VG, boxes G-VG (3) £50-80
271.    Airfix 00 Gauge Steam Locomotives, comprising rebuilt Scot no 6100 'Royal Scot' in lined BR green, 4F no 44454 in plain BR black, and ex-GWR Prairie 2-6-2T no 6167 in lined BR black, all G-VG, 'Scot' with minor damages, boxes G-VG (3) £50-80
272.    Airfix 00 Gauge GWR Steam Locomotives, comprising 'Pendennis Castle' no 4079 in lined BR green (in a Lima box), GWR Prairie 2-6-2T no 6110 in GWR green and sister 6167 in lined BR black, all G-VG, boxes F-G (3) £50-80
273.    Mainline 00 Gauge GWR Steam Locomotives, comprising 'Hinton Manor' 7819, 'Mogul' 2-6-0 no 5322, Collett 0-6-0 no 3205 and Pannier 0-6-0PT 5764, all in GWR green livery, all G-VG, boxes G-VG, a little dusty (4) £70-100
274.    Mainline and Replica 00 Gauge 4-6-0 Steam Locomotives, comprising Mainline rebuilt Scot no 5530 'Sir Frank Ree' in LMS lined black, rebuilt Patriot 45540 'Sir Robert Turnbull' in experimental BR apple green, and Replica B1 class no 61026 in BR lined black, all VG, boxes G-VG, a little dusty (3) £70-100
275.    Mainline 00 Gauge Steam and Diesel Locomotives, LNER green J72 0-6-0T no 581, Warship diesel no D824 'Highflyer', and class 40 no D52 'The Lancashire Fusilier', both in BR green, all G-VG, boxes G-VG, a little dusty (3) £60-90
276.    Mainline and Dapol 00 Gauge ex-GWR Steam Locomotives, Mainline 0-6-2T no 6652 and Dapol 'Mogul' 5328 both in plain BR black, together with Dapol 4090 'Dorchester Castle' in lined BR green, all VG, boxes G-VG (3) £70-100
277.    Dapol 00 Gauge BR Black Steam Locomotives, comprising ex-GWR 4-6-0 'County of Merioneth in gloss finish, 2P class 4-4-0 no 40567 and 'Terrier' 0-6-0T no 32640, all with lining and early BR motif, all VG, boxes G-VG (3) £70-100
278.    An Incomplete Graham Farish OO Gauge 'Merchant Navy' Class Locomotive and Tender Restoration Project, with typical fractured loco and tender chassis, the bodies finished in BR blue as no 35027 'Port Line', in original box with interesting paperwork, and a box of the assorted chassis parts and a spare Hornby tender-drive unit as possible replacement, P-F, as described (2 boxes) £50-80
279.    Three Graham Farish OO Gauge GWR Tank Locomotives, including later version 2-6-2T no 8103, boxed, and unboxed 0-6-0PT no 9410, both in GWR green, together with a BR black version of 9410 in incomplete box, all F-G, black loco has corrosion to one handrail, boxes F (3) £50-80
280.    Three Modified Triang OO Gauge 'Battle of Britain/West Country' Class Locomotives and Tenders, one nicely repainted in early-crest BR green as no 34002 'Salisbury', converted to tender drive and with modified wheels, G, the other two heavily over-painted in green, one of which has a more recent tender, both P, in modern boxes (3 locos, 3 tenders) £60-90
281.    Two Modified Triang/Airfix OO Gauge 'West Country' Class Locomotives and Tenders, both based on modified Airfix kit-built bodies, one nicely painted in early-crest BR green as no 34098 'Templecombe', on a Triang chassis with modified wheels, G, the other rather heavily painted in green, un-numbered and on a later Hornby chassis with a modified tender, both in modern boxes (2 locos, 2 tenders) £50-80
282.    Kit-built and Other OO Gauge Locomotives, comprising a kit-built WD 8F 2-8-0 and tender in black as LNER no 3148, on Jouef chassis with tender drive, a GWR 66xx class 0-6-2T from GEM kit with Triang chassis P-F in plain green, a part-dismantled Lima 94xx 0-6-0PT, and an Airfix 14xx 0-4-2T , both in GWR green as 9400 and 1466 respectively, both F (4) £60-90
283.    Peco 'Streamline' OO/HO Gauge Nickel-silver Points and Crossings, 31 short (mostly small radius) points and crossings, assorted formations, some insulfrog, some electrofrog, most in original-type boxes, not all guaranteed to be box-specific, together with 5 medium radius points, all G-VG (36) £70-100
284.    Peco 'Streamline' OO/HO Gauge Nickel-silver Points and Crossings, 31 long (large radius) points and crossings, assorted formations, some insulfrog, some electrofrog, most in original-type boxes, not all guaranteed to be box-specific, all G-VG (31) £70-100
285.    A Mixed Lot of OO Gauge Trains by Hornby and Others, including R150 LNER black B12 class locomotive and tender, three LNER teak coaches and LMS mail coach set, all in original boxes, VG, together with 5 Hornby-Dublo coaches which include and one long and one short BR (SR) suburbans, and two plastic bodied coaches by Trix, all unboxed, F-G (5 boxed+ 7 unboxed) £50-80
286.    A Mixed Lot of OO Gauge Trains and Accessories by Hornby and Others, including four Trix/Liliput PO wagons, Hornby station platforms, awnings, trackside accessories and other lineside accoutrements, an unmade Southern Pride SR coach kit, Mainline 'Jubilee' chassis and other loco parts (none complete), a modest flotilla of tiny lead waterline ship models, two N gauge Continental coaches and other items, varying P-G, some boxed (qty) £50-80
287.    Mainline and Dapol 00 Gauge Steam Locomotives, comprising Mainline 'Dean Goods' no 2516 and 57xx Pannier Tank no 5764, both in GWR green, together with Dapol LMS crimson class 2P no 563, all G-VG, boxes P-G (3) £60-90
288.    Mainline and Airfix 00 Gauge Freight Stock, including Mainline GWR bogie bolster and bogie well wagons, 8 assorted 4-wheel wagons, all in original boxes and one by Airfix, together with an unboxed GW flat wagon with container, all G-VG, boxes G (11 boxes +2 pieces unboxed) £60-80
289.    A Hornby OO Gauge 'Eurostar' Train and Other Items, comprising the 4-car Eurostar set 3219/3220, two boxed 'Teign Valley Granite' wagons, an unboxed First Great Western blue 1st class coach, two finely-made signals and a small amount of track, varying F-VG (qty) £50-70
290.    A Finely-detailed Scratch-built OO Gauge LBSC 'Atlantic' Locomotive and Tender, beautifully finished in Marsh's umber livery as no 39 'La France', fitted with tender-mounted motor and drive-shaft to loco, VG, one or two small chips to paintwork around chimney, dome and right-side footplate, complete with small glazed display cabinet and track (4 - loco, tender, cabinet base and lid) £200-300
291.    A Scratch-built OO Gauge LNWR 'Greater Britain' Locomotive and Tender, of Francis Webb's famous 2-2-2-2 class, as class-leader no 2053 'Greater Britain' in lined LNWR black, overall G, nicely built but with corrosion to upper painted surfaces especially boiler, generally grubby £100-140
292.    British and Foreign OO/HO Gauge Trains by Triang and Lima, comprising a Triang 3-car 'Blue Pullman' in BR blue/white with yellow ends, G, an uncommon Lima South African Railways Bo-Bo electric in red with yellow lining as E919, and Lima SNCF Co-Co diesel no 72002 in two-tone blue, both G-VG £60-90
293.    Mainline 00 Gauge Railways pre-grouping Locomotives, 37067 NE green J72 0-6-0T, 37061 LMS crimson Jubilee Class 'Leander', 37053 LMS black Patriot Class 'Sir Frank Ree' and 54154 LNER green N2 Class 0-6-2T No 9522, all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes VG (4) £80-120
294.    Mainline 00 Gauge Railways GWR green Locomotives, 37084 57XX Pannier Tank No 5764, 37078 Manor Class No 7819, 37090 43xx Mogul No 5322 and 37058 Collett Class No 3205, all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes G-VG (4) £80-120
295.    Mainline 00 Gauge Railways BR Steam Locomotives, 37053 BR green Standard Class 4 No 75001, 37039 BR black Class 6600 0-6-2T No 6652 and 54157 BR black Dean Goods No 2538, all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes VG (3) £60-80
296.    Mainline 00 Gauge Railways BR Diesel Locomotives, 37037 BR green class 03 0-6-0 Diesel Locomotive, 37051 BR blue class 45 'The Manchester Regiment' and 37063 BR blue Warship class 'Kelly', all in original boxes, VG-E. boxes VG (3) £50-70
297.    Airfix H0 Gauge American 'Wild West' 4-4-0 Locomotives and Tenders, ref 54171 Union Pacific No 119 and 54170 Central Pacific 'Jupiter', both in original boxes, VG-E, boxes VG (2) £50-70
298.    Airfix 00 Gauge Locomotives, ref 54152 GWR green 1400 class 0-4-2T, 54150 GWR green Prairie Tank, 54121 BR green Royal Scot No 46100, 54123 BR black 4F Fowler no 44454 and 54101 BR green A1A A1A Diesel Locomotive, all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes F-G (5) £70-90
299.    Airfix GMR 00 Gauge Locomotives, BR black 2-6-2 Prairie No 6167, 54124 GWR green 4-6-0 Caerphilly Castle and 54153 BR green 0-4-2T No 1466, all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes G-VG (3) £50-70
300.    Graham Farish OO Gauge Late Pullman Cars, in 'straight' polystyrene, comprising brake coach 'Verona' and another un-named and two un-named saloons, all G, some corrosion to under frames, together with a Hornby-Dublo tinplate dining car nicely repainted in LMS maroon, as repaint G-VG (5) £30-50
301.    BR Black OO Gauge Locomotives by Bachmann and Others, comprising Bachmann 31-553 class V2 2-6-2 and tender no 60807, Mainline J72 class 0-6-0T 68745, and Lima 94xx GW 0-6-0PT no 9420, all G, boxes F (3) £60-80
302.    LMS OO Gauge Locomotives by Bachmann and Others, comprising Bachmann 31-281 parallel-boiler 'Scot' class 4-6-0 and tender no 6155 in LMS maroon, G-VG, box G, a Hornby 'Duchess of Sutherland' and tender no 6233, F, one smoke deflector detached, and a Hornby-Dublo 2-6-4T converted for 2-rail operation, poorly repainted in weathered LMS black as no 2206, P-F (3) £60-80
303.    GWR Green OO Gauge Tank Locomotives by Bachmann and Others, comprising Bachmann 32-075 56xx 0-6-2T no 5667, VG, box G-VG, a Replica 0-6-0PT no 7768 with 'shirtbutton' motif, and Hornby R300 0-6-0PT no 8773, both G, boxes F (3) £60-80
304.    Unboxed/Modified GWR OO Gauge Locomotives and Railcar Kit by Various Makers, including Lima 0-6-0PT 9400, G, Airfix 0-4-2T no 1466, F, Airfix 61xx 2-6-2T repainted, P-F, a modified Hornby 0-6-0PT no 4667 with CM&DP Rly-style spark-arresting chimney, F-G, a kit-built 4-6-0 with tender poorly made and painted, as no 6863 'Dolhywel Grange', P, and an unmade MTK Express Parcels Railcar kit (to make unique no 34), includes motor bogie, wheels and instructions, appears complete but not exhaustively checked, VG (6) £70-100
305.    GWR OO Gauge Coaching Stock by Airfix (GMR) Mainline and Others, comprising boxed Mainline Autocoach and Siphon G bogie van, both G-VG, boxes F, together with unboxed Airfix 'B-set' coaches (3), a suburban coach by Graham Farish, and corridor brake/3rd by Hornby, all F-G, some minor damages (7) £40-60
306.    A Mixed Box of OO Gauge Track Trains and Scenic Items, including 4+ Peco points, 6+ metre-lengths flexitrak, Triang 'Jinty' and other items, various kit-built coaches and wagons, unmade kits by Airfix and Ratio, Lima HO gauge 3F loco and wagons, 2 packs modelling putty and many other items, mostly P-F (qty) £40-60
307.    00 Gauge Train Set by Hornby Lima Mainline and Airfix, Hornby R685 High Speed Set (lacks controller), Lima Golden Series GWR Pannier Tank Goods Set (lacks track), Mainline Diesel Passenger Train Set and Airfix/GMR Cornish Riviera Set (lacks track and controller), all in original boxes, VG, boxes F-G (4) £80-120
308.    Airfix Jouef Grafar and other makers 00 Gauge Locomotive and Rolling Stock Airfix BR green A1A A1A Diesel, Jouef BR blue/grey Inter-City Coaches (2), Grafar two SR Vans set, part kit built GWR coach, Mainline BR red and cream coaches (2) and Dapol BR blue Utility Van, all in original boxes, together with six loose wagons by Jouef and Trix, F-E, boxes generally G-VG (qty) £40-60
309.    Large Quantity of 00 Gauge 2-Rail Track, including 24+ unused Graham Farish points, unused Flexi Track lengths, two Tri-ang Hornby Turntables and other items, F-VG (qty in two boxes) £70-100
310.    A Mantua American HO Gauge Booth-Kelly Logging Locomotive, cat ref no 326, a 2-6-6-2T loco in black with silver boiler as Uintah Railway Co no 17, F-G, rear pony truck and some other parts detached and smokebox door loose, in non-original box £30-50
311.    Fleischmann HO Gauge German Steam Locomotives, being ref 4169, a 4-6-2 with tender in DB black/red as no 01 164, together with FMZ-fitted ref 64065, a 2-8-4 tank locomotive also in DB black/red, as no 65 014, both VG-E, boxes VG (2) £100-140
312.    Fleischmann HO Gauge German Steam Freight Locomotives, comprising ref 4805, a 2-10-0 with tender in DB black/red as no 50 622, together with ref 4155, a 0-8-0 locomotive and tender also in DB black/red, as no 55 4455, both VG-E, boxes VG (2) £100-140
313.    A Fleischmann HO Gauge Special Edition German Steam Locomotive, issued to mark Fleischmann's 50th anniversary, ref 82 4139, a Borsig 2-8-2 with tender in 'photographic' grey as no 2811, E, box VG-E £80-120
314.    A Fleischmann HO Gauge Special Edition German Steam Locomotive, with LE serial no 1187, cat ref 80 4156, a Hanomag 2-8-0 with tender in 'photographic' grey as no 5134, E, box VG-E £80-120
315.    A Roco HO Gauge German Steam Locomotive, ref 63242, a Borsig 2-10-0 with tender in 'photographic' grey as Deutsche Reichsbahn no 44 134, E, box VG-E £80-120
316.    A Piko HO Gauge Austrian 2-car 'Desiro' Diesel Railcar, ref 52016, an articulated unit in grey/red ÖBB livery as BDVT 93 81 5022 016-9, with fitted interior und kleine plonkers, E, box VG-E £70-100
317.    Piko HO Gauge Continental Electric Class 182 Locomotives, comprising ref 57484, in 'Railion' red/grey livery as no 182 019-0, and ref 57489 in 'Dispolok' predominantly yellow livery as 182 529-8, both E, boxes VG-E (2) £80-120
318.    Piko HO Gauge Continental Electric Class 185 Locomotives, comprising ref 57432, in 'Connex' blue livery as no 185-CL 002, and ref 57479 in 'hvle' silver/orange livery as 185 640-0, both E, boxes VG-E (2) £80-120
319.    Piko HO Gauge Continental Electric Locomotives, comprising ref 57580, in ÖBB red/grey livery as no 2016 093-3, and ref 59951 in BLS Cargo silver/green livery as 91 85 4486 504-4, both E, boxes VG-E (2) £80-120
320.    A Fleischmann HO Gauge Special Edition German 'Gambrinus' Train Pack, ref 4894 with 4-6-2 locomotive and tender in DB black/red as no 03 140, together with 2 blue DB 2nd class coaches and DSG Dining car in red, all VG-E, box G £70-100
321.    Fleischmann HO Gauge Continental Coaching Stock, comprising three DB vehicles in turquoise/cream livery (ref 5190/1/2), together with Mitropa Sleeping Car ref 5078 K in red, dining cars in brown, ref's 5081 and 5851 K, and baggage van in darker brown ref 5800, all VG-E, boxes VG (7) £70-100
322.    Fleischmann HO Gauge Continental Freight Stock, comprising Bierwagen ref 5327 and 5342, hopper wagons ref 5524, 87 5521 and 552301, bogie van 5394 K, bogie flat wagon with trolleybus load 85 5286, and passenger brake van in DR colours ref 5070, various liveries, all VG-E, boxes VG-E (8) £70-100
323.    Fleischmann HO Gauge Continental Freight Stock, comprising Bierwagen ref 85 5865 and 85 5346, tank wagons ref 5437 and 5440, covered wagon ref 5449 and 6 others in DR brown livery, all VG-E, boxes VG-E (11) £70-100
324.    Two Lima Continental HO Gauge Train Packs, comprising ref 149857, a Dutch 'Inter-Regio-Trein' double-decker 3-car set in NS yellow/blue, and 'Golden Series' ref 10 9728 G, a German TEE express with Co-Co electric locomotive 103 110-3 and three coaches in DB cherry red/cream livery, all VG-E, boxes F-G (2) £90-120
325.    A Lemaco HO Gauge Japanese Brass German Class 01 Pacific Locomotive and Tender, catalogue ref HO-005 in the Prestige Models series, superbly finished as DB 01 1063 with ten-wheeled tender, finished in classic black/red livery, VG-E, box VG, some deterioration to foam packaging £300-500
326.    German HO Gauge Locomotives by Fleischmann and Roco, comprising Fleischmann ref 4080 2-8-4T steam locomotive 65 014 with metal body in black/red livery, G, a little deterioration to paintwork, in P-F box, together with a Roco Co-Co Loco in DB cherry red/cream as no 103 240-8, VG-E in G box (2) £80-120
327.    An Austrian HO Gauge Limited Edition Bo-Bo 'Taurus' Electric Locomotive, LE no 521/777, in ÖBB 'Ski Austria' blue/white livery as no 1116 251-0, a special edition as marketed by Austrian railways (ÖBB), with LE certificate, E, in original VG-E box £80-120
328.    A Rivarossi HO Gauge American 4-6-6-4 'Challenger' Locomotive and Tender, ref 1268, in Delaware & Hudson black as road no 1506, VG, one cab handrail a little bent, box F, faded and rubbed £60-90
329.    A HAG HO Gauge Swiss Bo-Bo Electric Locomotive, ref Nr181, in BLS brown livery as Re4/4 no 162, VG-E, in original box, box G £80-120
330.    Two Klein Modellbahn HO Gauge Belgian Bo-Bo Diesel Locomotives comprising ref 0606, in yellow/green livery as SNCB no 6105, with a similar loco but in green/yellow as no 6038, both VG-E in original packagings, packings F-VG (2) £70-100
331.    Fleischmann HO Gauge German Bo-Bo Diesel Locomotives, comprising ref 4231, a centre-cab shunter no 211 092-2, together with ref 4232, a main line locomotive no 218 230-1, both in DB cherry red livery, both VG-E in original boxes, boxes G-VG (2) £70-100
332.    Fleischmann HO Gauge DB Bo-Bo and SNCF A1A-A1A Diesel Locomotives, comprising ref 4236, a DB main-line locomotive no 218 362-2 in red/grey, together with ref 4280, a SNCF locomotive with metal body in turquoise/white livery as no 68001, both VG-E in original boxes, boxes G-VG (2) £70-100
333.    Roco HO Gauge German Class 50 2-10-0 Steam Locomotives and Tenders, comprising ref 43288 with DB decals as no 50 2840, together with ref 43262 without ownership decals, both in black with red wheels, both VG-E, boxes VG (2) £80-120
334.    Roco HO Gauge Swiss Electric and Diesel Bo-Bo Locomotives, comprising ref 04178C electric in SBB/CFF/FFS grey/red livery as no 10102, together with ref 43580 in red/charcoal as SBB Am 4/4 diesel no 18463, both VG-E, boxes VG (2) £70-100
335.    Roco HO Gauge Swiss Electric Locomotives, comprising ref 04191A, a Be 4/6 locomotive in green as no 12323, together with ref 4195, an Ae 6/6 no11493 'Sissach', both VG-E, boxes VG (2) £80-120
336.    Liliput HO Gauge German 0-6-0T 'Industrial' Steam Locomotives, comprising ref 3350, in black as no 8495, ref 3352 also black, as 8512, and ref L103324, in lined green as Feldschlosschen 1907-1965, all VG-E, boxes VG (3) £70-100
337.    Liliput HO Gauge German Steam and Swiss Electric Locomotives, comprising ref 9503 2-10-2T locomotive in DB black/red as Br 95 013, together with ref 320115, a Swiss Ae 4/7 electric in green as no 10907, both VG-E, boxes VG-E (2) £80-120
338.    A Roco HO Gauge Swiss Electric Passenger Train Pack, ref 43024, with powered De4/4 locomotive no 1680 and dummy no 1682, together with two SBB-CFF coaches, all in matching green livery and in original train pack box, VG-E, box VG-E £70-100
339.    Lima HO Gauge Swiss Diesel Bo-Bo Shunting Locomotives, comprising ref 208144 /s01 in SBB/CFF/FFS red livery as no 18414, together with the same loco ref 208144G in earlier brown livery, both VG-E, boxes VG (2) £50-80
340.    Lima HO Gauge Swiss Electric Bo-Bo Locomotives, both in brown liveries, comprising BLS no 183 and SEZ no 177 'Zweisimmen', both VG-E, boxes VG (2) £60-90
341.    Lima HO Gauge Swiss Electric Bo-Bo Locomotives, both in brown liveries, comprising BLS no 183 and BN no 179 'Bern', both VG-E, boxes VG (2) £60-90
342.    Lima HO Gauge Swiss Electric Bo-Bo Locomotives, Re4/4 locomotives both in green SBB-CFF livery, comprising no 10039 with twin pantographs and 11152 with single, both G-VG, 11152 has pantograph, one buffer and coupling supplied loose, boxes VG (2) £60-90
343.    Lima HO Gauge Trans-Europ-Express Trains, including Golden Series 'Cisalpin Gottardo' 4-car train pack in red/cream TEE livery, two additional coaches for same, TEE Panorama coach, an SBB-CFF Bo-Bo electric locomotive in TEE red/cream colours as no 10050, all VG-E, boxes VG, together with a DB Bo-Bo electric locomotive no 120 140-9 in deep pink livery, F-G, one pantograph broken, box G (6 boxes) £80-120
344.    Swiss HO Gauge Passenger Trains by Liliput and Lima, comprising Liliput 2-car EMU in grey/blue livery and four assorted coaches in SBB-CFF green livery, together with two Lima powered electric railcars as RBe4/4 1403 and 1447 respectively and four assorted coaches including one driving trailer in SBB-CFF green livery, all VG-E, boxes VG (11 boxes) £80-120
345.    Assorted HO Gauge Continental Coaching Stock by Lima and Roco, including DB blue/cream, FS orange and ÖBB orange coaches by Roco, together with Cheese Express restaurant car, Calanda Land buffet car and three others by Lima, all VG-E, boxes VG-E (8) £60-80
346.    Swiss HO Gauge Passenger Stock by Lima, including a four-car pack and 8 others in individual boxes, all in variations of the BLS or SBB blue liveries, all VG-E, boxes VG (12 coaches in 9 boxes) £60-80
347.    Continental HO Gauge Freight Stock by Roco, including tank wagons, ferry wagons, container wagons and flats, a Roco track cleaning wagon and others, all VG-E, boxes VG (11) £50-80
348.    Continental HO Gauge Freight Stock by Roco, including tank wagons and ferry wagons, in various liveries, all VG-E, boxes VG (14) £60-90
349.    Continental HO Gauge Freight Stock by Roco, including ferry wagons, container wagons and flats, all VG-E, boxes VG (14) £60-90
350.    Continental HO Gauge Freight Stock by Roco, including 9 4-wheel hopper wagons in various liveries, ferry wagon, a set of three bogie tankers, and one other, together with two others by Lima, all VG-E, boxes VG (16 in 14 boxes) £60-90
351.    Continental HO Gauge Freight Stock by Roco, including 8 4-wheel hopper wagons in various liveries, ferry wagon, DB Cargo Hopper wagon, STVA articulated car carrier and two others, all VG-E, boxes VG (13) £60-90
352.    Continental HO Gauge Freight Stock by Liliput, the majority in Swiss SBB-CFF colours, including 3 bogie tank wagons, 7 bogie ore wagons in various liveries, and five others, all VG-E, boxes VG (15) £70-100
353.    Continental HO Gauge Freight Stock by Märklin , comprising 11 4-wheeled Ferry wagons in various advertising liveries, including 'Migros', 'Midor', 'Passuger' and others (all different), all VG-E, boxes VG (11) £70-100
354.    Continental HO Gauge Freight Stock by Roco, mostly modern era bogie wagons including DB 'Cargo' twin pack, curtain-side wagons in 'Railion', 'Fret SNCF', 7 other wagons and an 'Emons Spedition' container, all VG-E, boxes VG-E (11 boxes inc 1 twin-pack) £70-100
355.    Continental HO Gauge Freight Stock by Roco, comprising 4-wheel 'Ferrywagons' in various advertising liveries including 'Usego', 'Aproz', 'Ovomaltine' and others, together with a DB telescopic hood wagon, all VG-E, boxes VG-E (15) £80-120
356.    Continental HO Gauge Freight Stock by Fleischmann and Klein, comprising a rake of 9 low-loading truck transporter wagons, ref 5271 CH, together with two twin-pack container wagons ref 96 5806 and 97 5808, another single example ref 5241, and three unladen container 'runner wagons' by Klein Modellbahn (in one box), all VG-E, boxes VG-E (17 wagons in 13 boxes) £150-200
357.    Lima HO Gauge Swiss Locomotives and Various Coaching Stock, comprising Re4/4 electric locomotive no 10034 in SBB-CFF red/grey livery, electric railcar Rbe 4/4 no 1451 in SBB green, five Italian coaches in FS grey/cream and grey/silver liveries, together with a Sachsen-Modelle Russian sleeping car, all VG-E, boxes VG-E (8) £90-120
358.    A Liliput HO Gauge German class 05 Streamlined 4-6-4 Steam Locomotive and Tender, in DR red livery as no 05 001 with 10-wheeled tender, with additional decals representing the locomotive as running in 1936 at the time of the Berlin Olympics, F-G, both smoke deflectors damaged, one being partly-detached, the other incomplete and supplied loose, all in a non-original box £60-90
359.    Roco HO Gauge German and Swiss Steam Locomotives, comprising ref 04120A 2-6-2 locomotive and tender in DB black/red as Br 23 105, together with ref 04111A, a Swiss C5/6 (2-10-0) locomotive and tender in plain black as no 2978, both VG-E, boxes VG-E (2) £80-120
360.    Roco HO Gauge Swiss Electric Locomotives, comprising ref 43539 a Ce 6/8 'Krokodil' locomotive in brown livery as no14253, together with ref 43655, a SBB Br460 class Re4/4 locomotive in SBB/CFF/FFS red/black as no 460 001-1, both VG-E, boxes F-E, 'Krok' box crumpled at one end (2) £80-120
361.    A Trix HO Gauge Swiss Electric Locomotive, ref 22580, Special edition to mark 150 years of Swiss Railways, a class Ae8/14 'double-locomotive', in green livery as no 11801, E, box E £120-160
362.    A Rivarossi HO Gauge Swiss Diesel Locomotive and Kit-built Robel Works Tractor, comprising Rivarossi ref 1660, an Em3/3 shunting locomotive in brown as no 18820, VG-E, box VG, together with a kit-built and weathered T2/3 trackwork traktor unit, with powered bogie, cab/loadspace/crane body, in yellow/grey, un-numbered, G (2) £50-80
363.    A Metropolitan HO Gauge Swiss Tm4/4 Diesel Shunting Locomotive, Metrop ref 663, finished in red GBS colours as no 95, edition no 00078, VG, in original box, box VG £70-100
364.    A Metropolitan HO Gauge Swiss Bde 4/4 Electric Railcar, Metrop ref 749, finished in green SBB-CFF-FFS colours as no 1623 with fitted interior, edition no 020, VG-E, in original box with certificate, box VG £100-150
365.    Continental HO Gauge Freight Stock by Roco and Others, including four VTG tank wagons (one lacking bogies), two curtain-side wagons, two vans and others by Roco, together with a Fleischmann 'Tachowagen' ref 5555 with watch-type readout, and a Herpa bus, the majority in boxes, varying P-VG, boxes mostly G-VG (10 wagons + other parts) £40-70
366.    A Large Box of Continental HO Gauge Components and Digital Equipment by Roco Lenz and others, including approx 8 boxed digital decoder chips, wheels, bogies and other train parts, small amount of Viessmann catenary, rolling road components for various gauges, instruction leaflets and many other items, mostly G-VG (qty) £50-80
367.    Märklin 3-rail/stud contact HO Gauge Electric Locomotives, comprising ref 3034 and 3039 as E41024 and E10238, both in DB blue livery and in original boxes, together with an unboxed E41024 in DB green, all G-VG, green loco missing 2 pantograph springs (3) £70-100
368.    Märklin 3-rail/stud contact HO Gauge Electric Locomotives, comprising boxed ref 3050 Co-Co in SBB green as no 11414, together with unboxed CE800 in green as no E6302, both G-VG, box G (2) £60-90
369.    Märklin 3-rail/stud contact HO Gauge Electric Locomotives, comprising boxed ref 3050 Co-Co in SBB green as no 11414, together with boxed CE800 in red as no E6302, both G-VG, boxes F-G and VG respectively (2) £70-100
370.    A Märklin 3-rail/stud contact HO Gauge Electric 'Krokodil' Locomotive, with Märklin ref 3015 cast-in as running number, in plain green, overall G-VG, box F with old taped repairs £150-200
371.    A Märklin 3-rail/stud contact HO Gauge 'SEH 800' Electric Locomotive, with Märklin ref 1101 cast-in as running number, in lined green with silver-grey roof, overall G-VG, in original box, P-F with graffiti £70-100
372.    A Märklin 3-rail/stud contact HO Gauge Swedish 1-C-1 Electric Locomotive, with Märklin ref 3030 cast-in and running number 884, in SJ medium-brown, overall G-VG, slight playwear, one pantograph base cracked, unboxed £70-100
373.    Märklin 3-rail/stud contact HO Gauge Steam Locomotives, comprising boxed ref 3098 P8 class 4-6-0 and tender in DB black/red as no 38 1807, together with boxed ref 3032, an 0-8-0 tank locomotive in black/red as no 81 004, both G-VG, boxes G-VG (2) £70-100
374.    Märklin 3-rail/stud contact HO Gauge Steam Locomotives, comprising boxed ref 3005 23 class 2-6-2 and tender in DB black/red as no 23 014, together with boxed ref 3003, an 2-6-0 and tender in black/red as no 24 058, both G-VG, boxes G-VG (2) £60-90
375.    Märklin 3-rail/stud contact HO Gauge Steam Locomotives, comprising boxed ref 3048 01 class 4-6-2 and tender in DB black/red as no 01 097, together with boxed ref 3031, an 0-8-0 tank locomotive in black/red as no 81 004, both G-VG, boxes G-VG (2) £70-100
376.    Märklin 3-rail/stud contact HO Gauge Steam Locomotives, comprising boxed ref 3085, an 003 class 4-6-2 and tender in DB black/red as no 003 160-9, together with boxed ref 3093, another 4-6-2 and tender in black/red as no 18 478, both G-VG, boxes G-VG (2) £70-100
377.    A Märklin 3-rail/stud contact HO Gauge Steam Locomotive, ref 3084, an 050 class 2-10-0 and tender in DB black/red as no 050 082-7, G-VG, box VG £50-80
378.    A Märklin 3-rail/stud contact HO Gauge Steam Locomotive, ref 3089, an 03 class streamlined 4-6-2 and tender in DB lined dark red as no 03 1055, VG, box VG £70-100
379.    Märklin 3-rail/stud contact HO Gauge Steam Locomotives, comprising 3 boxed ref 3000, 0-6-0 tank locomotives in DB black/red all as no 89 005, all G-VG, boxes G-VG (3) £50-80
380.    Märklin 3-rail/stud contact HO Gauge Steam Locomotives, comprising ref 3005 23 class 2-6-2 and tender in DB black/red as no 23 014, together with ref 3003, a 2-6-0 and tender in black/red as no 24 058, and 0-6-0T no 89 006, all G-VG, unboxed (5 inc tenders) £60-90
381.    Märklin 3-rail/stud contact HO Gauge Steam Locomotives, comprising ref 3003, a 2-6-0 and tender in black/red as no 24 058, a ref 3031 0-8-0T no 81 004, two 0-6-0T's no 89 028 (one with a detached wheel) and another 0-6-0T no 3029, all F-G, unboxed (6 inc tender) £60-90
382.    Märklin 3-rail/stud contact HO Gauge Diesel Locomotives, comprising boxed ref 3072 V100 class Bo-Bo in DB red as no V100 2215, together with boxed ref 3065, an 0-6-0 shunting locomotive in red/black as DB no 260 417-1, both G-VG, boxes G-VG, together with a modified 'DHG500' 0-6-0 shunter, repainted and with extended couplings, P-F, and an empty 3080 box, G-VG (4) £60-90
383.    Märklin 3-rail/stud contact HO Gauge American Diesel Locomotives, comprising boxed ref 3062 F1 class Bo-Bo in modified 'New Haven' colours, some original decals intact but skirt panels overpainted and additional transfers applied, F, together with boxed ref 3060, a similar locomotive originally in Santa Fe 'warbonnet' livery, now modified but substantial over-painting, P, boxes G and F respectively (2) £50-80
384.    Märklin 3-rail/stud contact HO Gauge German Diesel and Electric Locomotives, comprising boxed ref 3021 V200 class Bo-Bo in DB red/grey as no V200 060, VG in VG box, together with boxed ref 3053 and 3054, both Co-Co electrics as E03 002 and 103 113-7 respectively, both in DB red/cream, both with some paint loss esp 3053, boxes F-G (3) £60-90
385.    Märklin 3-rail/stud contact HO Gauge German Electric Locomotives, comprising boxed ref 3042 Bo-Bo in DB petrol blue/buff as no 111 043-6, VG in VG box, together with boxed ref 3054, a Co-Co electric as no 103 113-7 in DB red/cream, VG in F-G box (2) £60-90
386.    Märklin 3-rail/stud contact HO Gauge German Coaching Stock, a rake of short tinplate bogie coaches in DB green, comprising 5 2nd class coaches no 346/1 (two with lights, one of which has over-painted roof), two baggage cars 346/4, and post van 346/5, generally G-VG, some with small areas of retouching, unboxed (8) £60-90
387.    Märklin 3-rail/stud contact HO Gauge Swiss Coaching Stock, a rake of short tinplate bogie coaches in SBB/CFF green, comprising boxed ref 4015 2nd class coach, together with unboxed three no 348/1 2nd class coaches with opening doors and a fourth numbered 4015, two restaurant cars with pantographs and lights both no 4016, and baggage car 348/4, generally G-VG, 2 348/1's and 348/4 with deterioration/rubbing to roofs (8) £70-100
388.    Märklin 3-rail/stud contact HO Gauge Wagons-Lits and DB Coaching Stock, a rake of short tinplate bogie coaches in CIWL blue, comprising two dining cars 346/2J, two sleeping cars 346/3J, together with a DB blue 2nd class coach ref 346/6, one dining car F, with foxing to paintwork, others G-VG, unboxed (5) £50-80
389.    Märklin 3-rail/stud contact HO Gauge Freight Stock in Blue Boxes, comprising bogie vehicles 4514, 4516, 4626 and 4632, together with 4-wheelers 4508, 4604, 4613, 4619, 4622 (2), 4625 and 4636, all G-VG, boxes G-VG (12) £50-80
390.    Märklin 3-rail/stud contact HO Gauge Freight Stock in Orange/Red Boxes, comprising bogie vehicles 4512 (2), 4514, 4617 and 4618 (2), together with 4-wheelers 4505, 4510 (2), 4611, 4612, 4613 and 4636, all G-VG, boxes G-VG (13) £60-90
391.    A Collection of HO Gauge Overhead Catenary Masts by Märklin and Electrotren, comprising approx 30 Märklin single-line masts and bases in 2 different styles and approx 30 similar by Electrotren which appear compatible, overall G-VG, NB no double masts or running line are included in this lot (qty) £60-90
392.    Three HAG HO Gauge Swiss Coaches and Catalogue, including one boxed no 400 2nd class coach in SBB/CFF green, 2 more unboxed, all G-VG, and an uncommon 1966/7 catalogue with supplier's name 'Jouets Weber' to back cover, G-VG (4) £50-80
393.    A Märklin 3-rail/stud contact HO Gauge Danish Diesel Locomotive, ref 3067, a Co-Co Nohab locomotive in DSB red with cream lining as no My 1106, VG, box G-VG £70-100
394.    A Large Quantity of Märklin HO Gauge Stud-Contact Track & Controllers, in 5 large boxes, including points, straight and curved rails, buffers, transformer/controllers and other components, mostly G-VG (qty) £50-80
395.    A Large Collection of Märklin Stud-Contact Bridges and Elevated Track Sections, including 7 arched bridge spans, 17 straight girder sections, 12 curved under-truss sections (2 with damage) and approx 24 straight under-trussed sections, together with a large number of plastic support piers, overall G-VG, some plastic parts slightly distorted (qty) £70-100
396.    A Collection of Märklin HO Gauge Signals and Stud-Contact Turntables, comprising 3 ref 7039 semaphores, 2 7041 double-arm signals, two 7042 disc signals and 1 7188 light signal, all in original boxes, 7 others unboxed and 4 lamp signal posts, approx one dozen assorted streetlights, two turntables (one boxed and G-VG, the other P-F, modified 'ex-layout'), and a large number of Märklin and other switches and control panel sections, the majority G-VG (qty) £70-100
397.    Märklin HO Gauge 3-rail DB Coaching Stock, comprising 1 boxed 4040 coach, 6 unboxed 4-wheel 2nd class coaches with embossed rivet details, 2 3294 packwagens and two more no 4003 (1 with roof lookout missing), and a short plastic-bodied packwagen, 2 items with interior lights, overall G-VG (12) £30-50
398.    Märklin HO Gauge 3-rail DB Freight Stock, A large collection of unboxed wagons including tankers, coal wagons, cranes, barrel wagons, vans and others, mostly G, some with adapted loads fitted (55+) £80-120
399.    A Collection of Mostly Continental HO Gauge Modified/Adapted Rolling Stock and Spares, including several with early Märklin wagon bases or bogies with more recent bodies/loads adapted to fit, with two Märklin Railbus trailer cars, assorted spare bogies and loco parts (some possibly pre-war but with some 'fatigue'), and other parts (qty) £40-60
400.    A Märklin-Hamo HO Gauge German (DB) Steam Locomotive and Tender, ref 8393, a DB 4-6-2 locomotive as no 18 478 with bogie tender, VG, in original box with servicing leaflets, box G-VG £50-80
401.    A Rivarossi HO Gauge 2-car Italian Trans-Europ Express (TEE) Diesel Unit, with power car FS TEE 448-201 and trailer 442-201 with siren device triggered from track, both in cherry red/fawn TEE livery, VG, very slight playwear to one or two raised edges, unboxed (2) £50-80
402.    Electrotren HO Gauge Spanish Freight Stock, including two Shell tank wagons (1 boxed), RENFE long-wheelbase van 214, three high-side open wagons, one medium-side and three low-side, together with one spare underframe, all VG (11) £40-60
403.    Two Roco HO Gauge German BR 151 Co-Co Electric Locomotives, one in turquoise/cream as 151 135-1, the other in green/black as 151 118-9, both VG-E, boxes VG (2) £70-100
404.    Two Roco HO Gauge German Duwag Articulated Trams and One by Gogtram, the Roco 2-section Duwags ref 8500, both in OEG cream with green stripe livery as no 3037, the Gogtram classic bogie car in generic red/white/black, un-numbered, all VG, in original boxes, boxes F-G (3) £80-120
405.    A Bachmann HO Gauge China Railways Co-Co Diesel Locomotive, cat ref 12034, a DF 4B locomotive in two-tone green livery with grey bogies and roof as no 7247, E, box G-VG, some creasing to end flaps £70-100
406.    East German HO Gauge Diesel Locomotives, comprising Piko diesel-hydraulic Bo-Bo as DR no 118 117-1, in red/white/black livery, together with a VEB (Zwickau) diesel-electric Co-Co no 120 245-6 in maroon with yellow lining £50-80
407.    Liliput HO Gauge German Steam Locomotives, comprising ref 109 00, a class 38 4-6-0 and tender as DB 38 2400, together with ref 103 00, a 4-6-4 tank loco as DB 62 002, both VG-E, boxes VG (2) £60-90
408.    Fleischmann HO Gauge German Steam Locomotives, comprising ref 4140, a 2-6-0 as DB 24 074 with tender, and ref 4145, a 0-8-0 as DB 55 2781 with tender, both G, boxes F (2) £70-100
409.    Fleischmann HO Gauge German Steam Locomotives, comprising ref 4175, a 2-10-0 as DB 50 058 with tender, and ref 4064, a 2-6-2T as DB 064 389-01, both VG, boxes G-VG (2) £70-100
410.    A Fleischmann HO Gauge German Streamlined Steam Locomotive, ref 4172, a streamlined Krauss-Maffei 4-6-2 and tender as DR 03 1074, VG-E, box VG-E £70-100
411.    Fleischmann HO Gauge German Bo-Bo Electric Locomotives, comprising ref 4336, in cherry red/cream livery as DB 112 310-8, and ref 4338, in turquoise/cream livery as DB 110 352-2, both VG, boxes G (2) £70-100
412.    Fleischmann HO Gauge Continental Coaching Stock, including ref 5899K, a special Fleischmann Centenary coach, 5153 bogie coach in Belgian Railways (SNCB) green, 5137 a balcony-end DB coach (some paint flaking), two 4-wheel coaches and two 4-wheel vans, overall G-VG, boxes G (7) £50-70
413.    Fleischmann HO Gauge German (DB) Coaching Stock, comprising four, ref's 5160 (3) and 5162 in cherry red/cream, and four more, ref's 5190, 5191 (2) and 5192 in DB turquoise/cream livery, all VG, boxes G-VG (8) £60-80
414.    Fleischmann HO Gauge German (DB) Crane Set and Freight Stock, comprising 4-part crane set ref 5597 including Krupp-Ardelt 12-wheel crane and match trucks, together with packing van ref 5330, bogie flat wagons ref 5281 (2) and well-wagon 5218, all VG-E, boxes VG (5) £60-80
415.    Roco and Schicht HO Gauge Continental Coaching Stock, comprising turquoise/cream DB coaches ref 4256/58/88, 'Touropa' coach ref 4282, DSG Speisewagen and Schlafwagen ref's 4261B and 4260, Bundespost coach ref 4287, and an SNCF grey coach ref 4299, all VG, boxes VG, together with a Schicht Mitropa Speisewagen, unboxed, G (9) £60-90
416.    A Lima HO Gauge 'Lufthansa Express' 4-car Train and SNCF Coaches, the 'Golden Series' 4-car electric set in yellow/off-white, G-VG, one pantograph missing, together with two SNCF grey 2nd class coaches, both G-VG, boxes F (3) £60-90
417.    Märklin HO Gauge Coaching Stock, DB maroon and cream Observation Car, DB green baggage Cars (2) and 2nd Class Coach, DSG maroon Spisewagen, DB blue coach and Wagons Lit blue Voiture-Lits Car and three green 4-wheel Coaches, some with lighting, F-G (10) £40-60
418.    Unboxed Lima HO Gauge Continental Trains, comprising DB E410001 Electric locomotive in blue, DB bogie diesel railbus no 515 590-8 and unpowered trailer car in red, a Swiss railways composite coach in SBB green, and a 'Uetikon' bogie tank wagon, all G, unboxed (5) £50-80
419.    Lima HO Gauge Swiss Electric Locomotives, comprising Co-Co no 11424 'Neuchatel' and Bo-Bo-Bo no 11629 'Interlaken', both in SBB green livery, both VG, boxes G-VG (2) £50-80
420.    Lima HO Gauge Swiss Electric Locomotives, comprising Bo-Bo no 11152 and Bo-Bo-Bo's nos 11603 'Wadenswil', and 11605 'Uster', all in SBB green livery, both VG, boxes G-VG (3) £60-90
421.    Lima HO Gauge Swiss Locomotives, comprising Co-Co electric no 11103 in SBB red/buff stripe livery and Bo-Bo Diesels nos 18463 (main line), and 841 003-7 (shunter), both in SBB red/charcoal livery, all VG, boxes G-VG (3) £60-90
422.    Lima HO Gauge Swiss Electric Locomotives, comprising Bo-Bo no Re 4/4 41 in 'Sudostbahn' red/grey and Bo-Bo-Bo no 11637 'Sonceboz-Sombeval' in SBB red/grey livery, both VG, boxes VG (2) £50-80
423.    Lima HO Gauge Train Packs, comprising Golden Series ref 149812 4-car 'Cisalpin Gottardo Trans-Europ Express' in red/cream livery, power car as SBB-CFF RAe 1051, together with an extra coach, VG, appears one corridor section may be missing, together with a DB 'silverfish' 3-car coach set (unpowered) but with a driving trailer, VG, boxes VG (3) £60-90
424.    Lima HO Gauge Italian Electric Locomotives and Stock, comprising Bo-Bo-Bo's no E 646 182 in grey/green livery, and E646 049 in buff/orange livery, both VG, boxes G-VG, together with two FS baggage vans in dark grey and a 2nd class coach in maroon/grey (5) £60-90
425.    Lima HO Gauge German (DB) Electric Locomotives, comprising Bo-Bo no 110 292-0 in DB dark blue/black livery and Co-Co no 103 123-6 in DB buff/cherry red livery, both VG, boxes G-VG (2) £60-90
426.    Lima HO Gauge German (DB) Electric Locomotives, comprising Bo-Bo no E10 005 in DB dark blue/black livery and Co-Co no E03 001 in DB buff/cherry red livery, both VG, boxes G-VG (2) £60-90
427.    Lima HO Gauge Austrian (ÖBB) Locomotives, comprising Bo-Bo electric no 1042-42 and Bo-Bo diesel no 2050 009-6, both in ÖBB orange/black livery, both VG, boxes G-VG (2) £60-90
428.    Lima HO Gauge Austrian (ÖBB) Locomotives, comprising Bo-Bo electric motor coach no 4010.07 in cream/blue livery and diesel shunters 0-6-0 no 2067 057-6 and 0-4-0 no 206101, both in ÖBB orange/black livery, all VG, boxes G-VG (3) £60-90
429.    Lima HO Gauge German (DB) Rolling Stock, comprising one coach in DB blue livery, with 20 assorted freight wagons, including car carriers, coal hoppers, ferrywagons and others, VG, boxes G-VG (21) £60-90
430.    Lima HO Gauge Continental Rolling Stock, including Swiss coaches in green (4), with ten assorted French, Danish and Italian freight stock, all VG, boxes G-VG (15 in 14 boxes) £50-80
431.    Lima HO Gauge Swiss Freight Stock, including two PTT post vans, bogie cargowaggon, 5 4-wheel ferrywaggons and 4 others (1 is a twin-pack), all VG, boxes G-VG (12 in 11 boxes) £50-80
432.    Rivarossi HO Gauge Continental Locomotives, comprising ref 1340, a DR 'Mallet' type 0-4-4-0 tank locomotive as DR 98 009, together with ref 1663, a Swiss Ee 6/6 electric locomotive in brown as no 16557, both VG, boxes G (2) £60-90
433.    Rivarossi and Trix HO Gauge German Steam Locomotives, both with apparent defects, comprising Rivarossi ref 1366, a Maffei 4-6-2 with tender, in K Bay Sts B green livery as no 3651, NB drive to wheels seems disconnected, together with Trix ref 2428 0-8-0 tank locomotive in lined green KPEV colours, noted as being 'noisy', otherwise G-VG, boxes G (2) £50-80
434.    Fleischmann and Piko HO Gauge German Steam Tank Locomotives, comprising Fleischmann 2-8-4T no 65 014 in non-original box, some old foam damage to left side paintwork, together with Piko ref 5/6301, a 2-6-4T no 66 002, in original box, both in DB colours, F-VG, box G (2) £50-80
435.    Jouef HO Gauge Swiss and French Locomotives and Stock, comprising SNCF steam 2-10-0 no 150 X 29 in green livery, Swiss Bo-Bo electric no 11166 in SBB red/cream livery, together with five SBB green coaches and two SBB Cargowaggons, all G-VG, boxes G (9) £70-100
436.    Fleischmann HO Gauge British and German Locomotives and Stock, comprising ref 4246 'Warship' class diesel locomotive D821 'Greyhound' in BR green livery, together with ref 4328, a DB Bo-Bo electric no 141 128-9 in turquoise/cream livery, and a special edition 'works train' set ref 94 5803 in DB colours including 4 wagon units and an unmade 'Fuchsbagger' kit (grab-loader), all VG, boxes VG (3 boxes) £70-100
437.    Swiss HO Gauge Locomotive and Stock by Various Makers, including a BLS Bo-Bo electric locomotive in brown livery as no 195 by APC Miniaturmodell, VG-E, box VG, three BLS green coaches by Sachsen Modelle, 2 SBB orange-livery coaches and a plate-glass transporter by Heris, two wagons by Piko and another by Electrotren, all in Swiss liveries, all VG, boxes VG (10) £70-100
438.    ANNOUNCE CHANGE OF ESTIMATE
Continental HO Gauge Stock by Various Makers, portraying less common European trains, comprising a 4-coach 'Balkan Express' set by Sachsen Modelle, three Belgian railways coaches (two orange, one grey) by LS Models, a SNCB recycling wagon by Narobahn HO, and 2 others by Electrotren and Piko, all VG, boxes VG (10 in 7 boxes) £300-350
439.    A HAG HO Gauge Swiss Bo-Bo Electric Locomotive, ref 233, class Re 4/4 in SBB/CFF blue livery as no 409, VG-E, box VG £70-100
440.    A HAG HO Gauge Swiss Bo-Bo Electric Locomotive, ref 211, class Re 4/4 II in SBB/CFF/FFS vermilion/pale grey livery as no 11103, VG-E, box VG £70-100
441.    A HAG HO Gauge Swiss Bo-Bo + Bo-Bo Electric Locomotive, ref 241, class Ae 8/8 in BLS brown livery as no 273, VG-E, box VG £100-140
442.    A HAG HO Gauge Swiss Bo-Bo Electric Locomotive, ref 181, class Re 4/4 in BLS brown livery as no 162 'Court', VG-E, box VG £70-100
443.    A HAG HO Gauge Swiss Bo-Bo Electric Locomotive, ref 183, class Ae 4/4 in BLS brown livery as no 258 'Court', VG-E, box VG £70-100
444.    A HAG HO Gauge Swiss Bo-Bo Electric Locomotive, ref 181, class Re 4/4 in BLS brown livery as no 161 'Domodossola', VG-E, box VG £70-100
445.    A HAG HO Gauge Swiss Bo-Bo Electric Locomotive, ref 181, class Re 4/4 in BLS brown livery as no 192 'Spiez', VG-E, box VG £70-100
446.    A HAG HO Gauge Swiss Bo-Bo Electric Locomotive, ref 145, class Re 4/4 in GBS brown livery as no 178 'Schwarzenburg', VG-E, box VG £70-100
447.    A HAG HO Gauge Swiss Bo-Bo Electric Motor Coach and Trailer, ref 151, class RBe 4/4 as no 1408, together with ref 421, a driving trailer car with interior lights, both in SBB green livery, G-VG, slight corrosion to steps of trailer car, boxes VG (2) £80-120
448.    A HAG HO Gauge Swiss Bo-Bo Electric Motor Coach and Trailer, ref 191, class BDe 4/4 as no 52, together with ref 436, a driving trailer car with interior lights, both in Bodensee-Toggenburg green/cream livery, VG-E, boxes VG (2) £80-120
449.    A HAG HO Gauge Special Edition Swiss Bo-Bo Electric Motor Coach and Two Trailers, Ltd Edn no 853, series ref 253, comprising class BDe 4/4 as no 81 'Wädenswil', together with ref 473, a driving trailer car with interior lights, and centre car ref 448, all in Sudostbahn (SOB) green/cream livery, VG-E, boxes VG (3 boxed items in set box) £100-140
450.    A Metropolitan SA HO Gauge Swiss Electric Motor Coach, Ltd Edn no 245, series ref 686, class Ce 2/4 as no 727, in BN blue/ivory livery, with fitted interior and passengers, VG-E, box G, some foxing to gold finish £120-160
451.    A Fulgurex HO Gauge Swiss Ae 4/6 Electric Locomotive, in green livery as no 10812, P, one pantograph damaged, both pony trucks and other parts detached and loose in box, box P-F, original foam packing collapsing £70-100
452.    A Klein Modellbahn HO Gauge Swiss Electric Bonneted Motor Coach, in red SBB 'Roter Pfeil' livery as Rbe 2/4 no 605, VG, box G £60-90
453.    Klein Modellbahn HO Gauge Austrian Electric and Diesel Locomotives, comprising special edition Bo-Bo electric no 1046 002-0, with Bo-Bo diesel no 2143 020-2, both in ÖBB orange livery, both VG-E, boxes G-VG (2) £90-120
454.    Klein Modellbahn HO Gauge Austrian Electric Locomotives, comprising Bo-Bo electric no 1046 007-9, with 'zweisystemlok' Bo-Bo no 1146 002-9, both in ÖBB red livery, both VG-E, boxes F-G (2) £90-120
455.    Klein Modellbahn HO Gauge Austrian Electric Multiple Unit Trains, comprising electric motor coach B4hET no 4030-201 in blue/cream/orange livery, VG, box G, a diesel motor coach VT 5046-14 in blue/cream, F, with fatigue to underframe and power bogie detached, together with cream/blue driving trailer and centre cars, (not matched to either motor car), both VG-E, boxes P-G (4) £70-100
456.    Klein Modellbahn HO Gauge Austrian Coaching Stock, Nine assorted coaches and gepackwagen, various ÖBB liveries, all VG, boxes G-VG (9) £50-80
457.    Klein Modellbahn HO Gauge Austrian Diesel Shunter and Freight Stock, in red/white or grey boxes, comprising 0-6-0DS no 2067 106-1 in ÖBB red/grey livery, a track cleaning van, and 10 others including tank wagons, hoppers and others, all VG-E, boxes VG (12) £60-90
458.    Klein Modellbahn HO Gauge Austrian Freight Stock, in brown boxes, including bogie cement hopper wagon, open wagons and others, all VG-E, boxes VG (20) £60-90
459.    Liliput HO Gauge Austrian Steam Locomotives, comprising ref 5211, a 2-10-0 freight locomotive with bogie tender as ÖBB 52-7087, together with ref 10614, a 2-8-4 express locomotive and tender as ÖBB 12-06, both in plain black, VG, boxes F-G (2) £70-100
460.    Liliput HO Gauge German (DB) Steam Locomotives, comprising ref 4503, a 2-10-2 locomotive with bogie tender as DB 45 001, VG-E, box VG, together with ref 10301, a 4-6-4 tank locomotive as DB 62 003, both in black/red, F, one smoke deflector missing, two bogie wheels detached (one inside body) and old foam residue attached to various parts, box G (2) £60-90
461.    Liliput HO Gauge German (DB) Steam and Electric Locomotives, comprising ref 10520, a 4-6-4 express locomotive with bogie tender as DB 05 002, G-VG, slight paint loss to tender body, together with ref 110231, a Bo-Bo electric locomotive as DB E10 432, in blue/black, VG, boxes F-G (2) £70-100
462.    Liliput HO Gauge Swiss and Austrian Electric and Diesel Locomotives, comprising ref 320115, a Swiss Ae 4/7 electric locomotive in green as SBB 10907, VG, together with ref 160 16, a 4-wheel diesel shunter as ÖBB 2060 099-5, in orange, VG, boxes F-G (2) £70-100
463.    Liliput HO Gauge Austrian Electric Bo-Bo Locomotives, comprising ref 11510, as ÖBB no 1040.07, together with ref 11511, the self-same locomotive in later orange livery, both VG, boxes G-VG (2) £60-90
464.    Liliput HO Gauge Swiss Coaching Stock, including boxed sets of 5 and 3 coaches respectively, and 6 unboxed including two restaurant cars with pantographs, all in variations of SBB-CFF-FFS orange/grey liveries, mostly VG, boxes G, a little grubby (2 boxes + 6 unboxed) £60-90
465.    Liliput HO Gauge Swiss and German Coaching Stock, including 2 Liliput/Bachmann Leichtstalwagen 3-coach sets L350024 and L350034, an exclusive Swiss-edition 3-coach 'Sleeperette' set ref L350004, together with an earlier Liliput 5-coach DB set with 3 blue DB coaches, a DSB red dining car, and a DB turquoise/cream diner (may not all be original to set), all VG, boxes G (14 in 4 set boxes) £60-90
466.    Liliput by Bachmann HO Gauge Swiss Steam and Diesel Locomotives, comprising ref L103314 0-6-0 tank locomotive no 8480 'Diskro' in black livery, together with Bo-Bo diesel shunter Am 842 000-2 in SBB red/cream/grey, both VG, boxes G-VG (2) £60-90
467.    Liliput Continental HO Gauge Freight Stock, including ref 38310 heavy transformer wagon set, 'by Bachmann' set L240071 containing 4 different BP tank wagons, older Liliput bogie Shell tanker and 9 others in SBB, ÖBB and DB colours including vans and cattle wagons, various style boxes, all VG, boxes G-VG (2 sets + 10 individual boxes) £70-100
468.    A Märklin -Hamo HO Gauge German (DB) Steam Locomotive and Tender, Hamo ref 8385 for 2-rail DC operation, a 4-6-2 locomotive no 003 160-9 with bogie tender in DB black/red, VG, box P-F £60-90
469.    A Märklin HO Gauge Swiss Oerlikon Electric Locomotive, ref 3151 for 2-rail operation, Ae 3/6 locomotive no 10460 in Swiss railways brown livery, VG, box F £70-100
470.    Märklin HO Gauge Continental Freight Stock, comprising multiple wagon sets 'Road-railers' 48043 (2), 'Henkel' 47898, 'Feldschlosschen' 84785, 'Rail Cargo Austria' 47883, and individual 48030 and 48031, all VG in G-VG boxes (7 boxes) £90-120
471.    Kleinbahn Swiss HO Gauge Trains, comprising Re4/4 electric locomotive no 10005 in SBB-CFF green livery, 2-car electric railcar AB Fe 4/8 no 741 in GBS green/cream, two passenger coaches, a Postwagen and a Packwagen, all in SBB green, all VG, boxes VG (7) £70-100
472.    Kleinbahn Austrian HO Gauge Trains, comprising centre-cab Bo-Bo electric locomotive no 1063.03 in ÖBB vermilion livery, 2-car diesel railcar Reihe 5147 in ÖBB grey/blue/red, and a double-ended railcar Reihe 5047 in similar livery, together with four assorted freight stock, all outwardly VG but all four railcar motor bogies are fatigued, boxes VG (8) £60-80
473.    ANNOUNCE CHANGE OF ESTIMATE
Roco HO Gauge 'Transalpin' Train Packs, ref 43053 basic 3-car unit and 43054 3-car extension pack, in ÖBB cream/blue livery with power unit 4010.05, all G-VG, top surfaces a little grubby, boxes G, ditto (2) £250-300
474.    A Roco HO Gauge German (DR) 1930's Electric Train Pack, ref 43048, comprising 1-C-1 electric locomotive no 20011 in DR brown livery with a rake of 4 3-axle coaches in green, all VG, box G, split to one corner of lid £80-120
475.    A Roco HO Gauge German (DB) Electric Train Pack, ref 43002, a 3-car multiple unit no 421044 in grey/blue livery, VG-E, box VG £60-90
476.    A Roco HO Gauge German (DB) class 23 2-6-2 Steam Locomotive and Tender, ref 04120A, in customary DB black/red as no 23 105, VG-E, box F, scuffing to sides £40-70
477.    A Roco HO Gauge Austrian Bo-Bo Electric Locomotives, ref 43550, as no 1044 104.6 in ÖBB orange livery and ref 43820 as no 1014 008-5 in grey/red, both VG-E, boxes G-VG, (2) £80-120
478.    A Roco 'Museums-Edition' HO Gauge Swiss Electric Locomotive, ref 43711, containing BLS Ae 6/8 locomotive no 205 in brown livery, complete with display track, alternative couplings and other detailing parts, VG-E, in wooden case, case VG £70-100
479.    A Roco 'Museums-Edition' HO Gauge Class 58 2-10-0 German Steam Locomotive and Tender, ref 43204, containing UEF locomotive no 58 311 in black/red livery, complete with hard-back information book (German language) and alternative couplings, VG-E, in wooden case, case VG £70-100
480.    A Roco 'Museums-Edition' HO Gauge Class E18 German (DR) AEG Electric Locomotive, ref 43660, containing DR 1-D-1 locomotive no E18 08 in grey livery, complete with hard-back information book (German language), alternative couplings and detailing parts, VG-E, in wooden case, case VG £70-100
481.    A Collection of Roco HO Gauge Coaching Stock from Italy and Belgium, including Italy, 4 coaches in grey FS livery, 2 in orange and one in maroon/grey, together with two Belgian railways (SNCB) in orange and one in navy blue/pink, all VG, boxes VG (10) £60-90
482.    A Rake of Roco HO Gauge Austrian Coaching Stock, all in orange/grey ÖBB colours, all VG, boxes VG (12) £60-90
483.    A Group of Roco HO Gauge Austrian and Other Coaching Stock, including 2 in ÖBB red/brown, 2 red/grey, two orange/buff (appear over-painted), and three 'Trans-Euro-Nuit' cars in dark blue (one each from ÖBB, SNCF and DB), mostly VG, 2 repaints F, boxes G-VG (9) £50-80
484.    A Dozen Roco HO Gauge German (DB) Coaching Stock, all in express turquoise/cream DB livery, all VG, boxes VG (12) £60-90
485.    ANNOUNCE TITLE STATES A DOZEN WHEN IT ONLY INCLUDES 9 ITEMS (ALTHOUGH THE QUANTITY TOTAL IS CORRECT)
A Dozen Roco HO Gauge German (DB) Coaching Stock, comprising 7 in DB green and 2 in blue livery, all VG, boxes VG (9) £50-80
486.    A Plethora of Roco HO Gauge German Coaching Stock, in various colour schemes including red/cream DB Speiseraum and 1st class coach, one green, one blue/grey, one turquoise/cream and one green baggage van, together with an earlier DR green bogie coach and a 4-coach set of K Bay Sts B 4-wheel coaches in lined green, all VG, boxes F-VG (11 in 8 boxes) £60-90
487.    ANNOUNCE 9 ITEMS NOT 12
An Assortment of Roco HO Gauge Swiss Coaching Stock, including 6 in SBB/CFF green livery, 3 in BLS 'Lotschbergbahn' blue/buff, one 'Sudostbahn' in dark green/buff, one in red/grey and one orange, all VG, boxes G-VG (12) £60-90
488.    A Rake of Roco HO Gauge Swiss Coaching Stock, all in grey/charcoal SBB/CFF/FFS livery and including baggage van ref 45194 and observation car 44769, all VG-E, boxes G-VG (11) £60-90
489.    A Multitude of Roco HO Gauge Swiss Coaching Stock, including 4 recessed-vestibule coaches, (2 SBB green, 1 SBB brown and one BLS green), 5 later cars in SBB dark green, all the foregoing VG, boxes VG, together with 3 more and 2 short baggage cars in green, repainted or weathered, F, boxes G (14) £60-90
490.    A Roco HO Gauge Wagons-Lits Sleeping Car Set, ref no 44050, all in CIWL blue with yellow lining, coaches 4591A, 4599A, 4602A and 4615A, with interior details, all E, in original set box, box VG-E £50-80
491.    Roco HO Gauge Swiss Freight Stock, an assortment of 'Ferrywagons' mostly in advertising colours, including 46398 'Orangina', 46595 'Rivella', 47611 'Migros Farmer' and 8 others, all VG-E, boxes G-VG (11) £50-80
492.    Roco HO Gauge Swiss Freight Stock, including tank wagons 47070 and 47080, twin-set lorry transporter (without lorries) 46590 and 8 others all VG-E, boxes G-VG (11) £50-80
493.    Roco HO Gauge German (DB) 4-wheel Freight Stock, including ref 46091 'Quarzwerke' silo wagon, 46137 VTG tank wagon, and 12 others, together with a vintage 3rd-class coach in green ref 44827, G-VG, one appears to have some weathering applied, boxes G-VG (15) £50-80
494.    Roco HO Gauge German (DB) Bogie Freight Stock, including hoppers 46250, 46251 (2) and 46239 (2), a twin-set lorry transporter with lorries and 8 others, all VG-E, boxes G-VG (14) £70-100
495.    Roco HO Gauge Continental Freight Stock, form various European countries, including 8-wagon ÖBB set ref 44011, 3-wagon Dutch hopper set ref 44037, BASF 4-wagon tanker set ref 44021 and 8 individual wagons from Denmark, Belgium and Others all VG-E, boxes G-VG (11 boxes) £100-140
496.    A Large Box of Roco Line HO Gauge Flexible-based 2-rail Track, designed for easy-assembly on a grey rubberised trackbed, including 2 curved points, 4 large radius turnouts, 7 smaller-radius turnouts, a large number of straights and assorted curved tracks, all VG, much in original boxes, boxes G-VG (qty) £70-100
497.    A Collection of Continental HO Scale Unmade Scenic Kits by Faller Vollmer Kibri and Others, including Faller 1990 exclusive Car Showroom kit ref 390, Market square kit B-580, Vollmer 3538 station platforms, Kibri 6-building set B-8010, Revell BR03 locomotive kit, and 6 assorted others, not checked for completeness but all appear unopened, boxes G-VG (10) £60-90
498.    A Fulgurex HO Gauge American-style 2-4-2 Steam Locomotive and Tender, in unpainted brass finish with bogie 'slope-back' tender, G-VG, chimney and cowcatcher slightly loose, two tender wheelsets dislocated, supplied in non-original Tenshodo box £100-150
499.    An extremely rare Danish HO Gauge 3-rail Class 2-6-4 Tank Locomotive: by unknown local (Danish) maker, finished in plain black with 'Nr.710' and 's' cast into each side of cab, cast body with smoke deflectors, representation of Walschaerts valve gear, tinplate smoke deflectors and wire handrails, overall G, slight rusting to handrails, paint chips and general playwear, two buffers broken/missing £250-350
500.    Liliput HO Gauge 5-Coach Rheingold Set, in original box, together with Rivarossi 2917 DB blue All First Class Coach, in original box and unboxed Schicht DB green 1st/2nd Class Coach, VG-E, boxes G (3) £50-70
501.    Lima and Fleischmann HO Gauge Locomotive and Freight Stock, the locomotive a Lima Bo-Bo-Bo electric in SBB green as no 11603 'Wadenswil', together with Fleischmann 8-axle 'well-wagon' with rotary converter load, and tinprinted shell tanker and three different beer wagons, all G-VG, unboxed (6) £50-70
502.    A Repainted Early Märklin HO Gauge 3-rail R700 Locomotive and Tender, roughly over-painted in green, F, crack to loco footplate on left side, tender with one buffer missing (2) £60-80
503.    A Märklin HO Gauge 3-road Roundhouse Engine Shed, in buff finish with grey windows and doors, doors with automatic closing mechanism, F-G, roof with surface rusting and 2 skylights damaged £50-70
504.    Märklin HO Gauge 3-Rail German Diesel and Electric Locomotives, comprising ref 3021 DB maroon and grey 'Warship style' V 200 diesel Locomotive and ref 3039, a DB blue twin-pantograph E10 238 electric locomotive, both in original boxes, VG, boxes G (2) £50-70
505.    Roco HO Gauge German (DB) Steam Locomotives, comprising ref 04126B, a 2-10-0 class 44 locomotive and tender, together with ref 43240, a 4-6-2 class 01 pacific with tender, both in DB black with alternative numbers supplied, both VG-E, boxes VG (2) £100-140
506.    A Roco HO Gauge German (DB) Steam Locomotive and Tender, ref 43294, a DB class 051 2-10-0 locomotive in DB black as no 051 369-7, VG-E, box VG £60-90
507.    A Roco HO Gauge German (DB) Steam Locomotive and Tender, ref 43244, a DB class 42 2-8-2 locomotive in DB black with alternative numbers supplied, VG-E, box VG £60-90
508.    Roco HO Gauge German (Bayern) Steam Tank Locomotives, comprising ref 43281, a 0-4-4-0 class BB II locomotive no 2502, together with ref 43256, a 0-4-0 'cab-over' shunting locomotive no 4510, both in K Bay Sts B lined green livery, both VG-E, boxes VG (2) £80-120
509.    Roco HO Gauge German (DB) Electric Locomotives, comprising ref 43405, a Bo-Bo class 44 no E44 506, together with ref 43584, Co-Co class 50 no E50 114, both in DB green/black, both VG-E, boxes VG (2) £80-120
510.    Roco HO Gauge German (DB) Electric Locomotives, comprising ref 43425, a Bo-Bo class 112 no 112 504-6, together with ref 43442, Co-Co class 103 no 103 120-2, both in DB cherry red/cream, both VG-E, boxes VG (2) £80-120
511.    Roco HO Gauge Swiss (SBB) Electric Locomotives, comprising ref 43494, a Bo-Bo no 10104 , together with ref 43536, A Roco Co-Co loco class Ae 6/6, both in SBB-CFF-FFS red/grey, both VG-E, boxes VG (2) £80-120
512.    Roco HO Gauge Austrian (ÖBB) Electric Locomotives, comprising ref 43641, a Bo-Bo no 1141.05, together with ref 04198C, A Co-Co no 1110.530, both in ÖBB orange-red livery, both VG-E, boxes VG (2) £80-120
513.    Roco HO Gauge Austrian (ÖBB) Electric Locomotives, comprising ref 43558, a Bo-Bo no 1044 123-6, together with another as no 1044.08, both in ÖBB orange-red livery, both VG-E, boxes G-VG (2) £80-120
514.    Roco HO Gauge Austrian (ÖBB) Electric Locomotives, comprising ref 43434, a 2-D-2 no 1018 002-4, together with ref 43533, a short Bo-Bo no 1045.09, both in ÖBB orange-red livery, both VG-E, boxes G-VG (2) £80-120
515.    Roco HO Gauge Austrian (ÖBB) Electric Locomotives, comprising ref 43628, a Co-Co no 1110 516-0, in ÖBB orange-red livery, together with ref 04198A, a similar loco no 1110.27 in older green livery, both VG-E, boxes G-VG (2) £80-120
516.    A Roco HO Gauge Swiss (SBB) Electric Locomotive, ref 04191B, a Be 4/6 loco no 12320 in older brown livery, VG-E, box G-VG £70-100
517.    A Roco HO Gauge Austrian (ÖBB) Electric Locomotive, ref 43446, a 1-Co-Co-1 'Krokodil' locomotive no 1189.05 in early green livery, VG-E, box G-VG £70-100
518.    A Roco HO Gauge Austrian (ÖBB) Electric Locomotive, ref 43485, a 1-Co-Co-1 'Krokodil' locomotive no 1020 023-6 in later orange-red livery, VG-E, box G-VG £70-100
519.    A Roco HO Gauge German (DR) Electric Locomotive and Train Pack, ref 43032, including class 44 Bo-Bo locomotive no E44 064 in DR grey livery, together with a train of 4 coaches in DR green and display tracks, all VG-E, box VG £80-120
520.    A Roco HO Gauge German (DB) Electric Locomotive and Train Pack, ref 43031, a special set to mark 40 years of DB, including class 71 Bo-Bo locomotive no E71 32 in DB blue livery, together with a train of 4 4-wheeled coaches in DB green and a souvenir book, all VG-E, box VG £80-120
521.    Liliput and Trix HO Gauge German Steam Locomotives, comprising Liliput ref 105 10, a DB 4-6-4 express locomotive and tender no 05 001, together with Trix ref 2430, a Bayern 2-4-4T in K Bay Sts B lined green livery as no 2230, both VG, boxes F-G (2) £80-120
522.    Hobbytrain HO Gauge Austrian Electric Locomotives, cat ref 61660, an Ee6/6 II (Co-Co) with centre-cab in brown livery, together with ref 62660, an Am 6/6 also in brown, both for DC operation and with a range of alternative numbers to apply, both VG-E, boxes VG-E (2) £90-130
523.    Continental HO Gauge Locomotives by Liliput and Roco, comprising Liliput Austrian Bo-Bo electric no EBT-103 in green livery, together with Roco German (DB) diesel 0-6-0 shunter in blue as no 360 922-9, both VG-E, boxes VG (2) £70-100
524.    A Märklin HO Gauge Swiss Electric Locomotive and Stock, the loco ref 3336, a class Ae6/6 in SBB red/grey livery as no 11425 'Genève', VG-E, box G, together with SBB baggage van ref 4146 in green as car 18810, and freight wagon ref 47192, a covered gondola car in pink, both VG, boxes VG (3) £70-100
525.    Two Liliput HO Gauge Swiss Coach Sets, comprising ref 877 with three green SBB coaches, baggage van and red restaurant car, together with ref 883, a 3-car set in orange/grey livery, all VG, boxes F-G (8 coaches in 2 boxes) £50-70
526.    Lima HO Gauge German Railcar Swiss Coach Sets, comprising a DB 4-car TEE Diesel railcar set (powered), BLS 4-coach set and BTB 4-coach set, all VG-E, boxes G-VG (3 sets) £70-100
527.    Lima HO Gauge Continental Freight Stock, two dozen mostly Swiss and German wagons, various liveries and types, all VG-E, boxes VG (24) £70-100
528.    Lima HO Gauge Continental Freight Stock, twenty-one mostly Swiss and German wagons, various liveries and types, all VG-E, boxes VG (21) £70-100
529.    Lima HO Gauge Continental Freight Stock, twenty small and eleven larger boxes of mostly Swiss and German wagons, various liveries and types, some twin-packs, all VG-E, boxes VG (31) £70-100
530.    Lima HO Gauge Swiss Coaching Stock, twenty-seven assorted Swiss bogie coaches including Mitropa and Cheese Express Restaurant Cars, all VG, boxes G-VG (27) £120-160
531.    Lima HO Gauge Continental Coaching Stock, sixteen coaches from assorted countries including Germany (10), Austria (3), Italy (2) and France (1) including 2 observation cars, all VG, boxes F-VG (16) £80-120
532.    Lima HO Gauge Swiss Coaching Stock, thirty-three assorted Swiss bogie coaches including BLS, BTB and many others, all VG, boxes G (33) £140-180
533.    Lima HO Gauge Swiss Electric Locomotives, comprising 1-Co-Co-1 'Krokodil no 13302 and 2-C-1 no 10683, both in SBB green, together with B-B no 10050 in red/cream, all G-VG, boxes F-G (3) £70-100
534.    Lima HO Gauge Austrian Electric Locomotives, all class 1042 B-B locomotives in ÖBB orange livery, nos 1042 581-7, 1042 582-5 and 1042 060-2, all G-VG, boxes F-G (3) £70-100
535.    Lima HO Gauge Austrian Electric Locomotives, two class 1042 B-B locomotives in ÖBB liveries, 1042 509 in green, 1042 550-2 in red/grey, and 2043 class 2043 044-3 in red/grey, all G-VG, boxes F-G (3) £70-100
536.    Lima HO Gauge German (DB) Electric and Diesel Locomotives, all Bo-Bo types, E10 1269 in blue, 120 003-9 in red/fawn and diesel class 221 149-8 in red/charcoal livery, all VG, boxes G-VG (3) £70-100
537.    Lima HO Gauge German (DB) and Swiss Diesel Locomotives, including DB double-unit no V 188 002 in crimson, and two Swiss Bo-Bo 'switchers' in brown livery, all VG, boxes G-VG (3) £70-100
538.    Roco HO Gauge German (DB) and Swiss Freight Stock Packs, including two 3-wagon tanker sets and a DB 4-wheel wagon set with 8 assorted wagons, all VG-E, boxes VG (3 sets) £60-90
539.    Roco HO Gauge Austrian Coaching Stock, eighteen assorted Austrian bogie coaches, in orange/cream and other livery variations, all VG, boxes G-VG (18) £70-100
540.    Roco HO Gauge Austrian Coaching Stock, eighteen assorted Austrian bogie coaches, in orange/cream and other livery variations, all VG, boxes G-VG (18) £70-100
541.    Roco HO Gauge Swiss Coaching Stock, twenty-nine assorted Swiss bogie coaches, in various SBB and BLS colour schemes, all VG, boxes G-VG (29) £120-160
542.    Roco and Lima HO Gauge Swiss Coaching Stock, fourteen Roco and one Lima assorted Swiss bogie coaches, in various SBB and Sudostbahn colour schemes, all VG, boxes G-VG (15) £70-100
543.    Roco HO Gauge Continental Coaching Stock, nine assorted German (DB) bogie coaches, two Hungarian and one French, in various liveries, all VG, boxes G-VG (12) £60-90
544.    Roco HO Gauge Continental Coaching Stock Sets, comprising two 4-car sets German (DB) suburban coaches, a 4-car set of SBB green coaches, and a 2-car Swiss set including a special-liveried 'Radio Suisse Romande' coach, all VG, boxes G-VG (4 sets) £80-120
545.    Liliput HO Gauge Swiss Coaching and Freight Stock, comprising 9 coaches in various Swiss liveries and one 'Wascoso' tank wagon, all VG-E, boxes VG (10) £70-100
546.    Roco HO Gauge Swiss and Austrian Freight Stock, two dozen very assorted freight stock in various liveries, all VG-E, boxes VG (24) £100-140
547.    Roco HO Gauge Continental Freight Stock, comprising six articulated container transport wagons, one double Kombirail truck trailer unit and one single, all VG-E, boxes VG (8) £70-100
548.    Roco HO Gauge Continental Freight Stock, comprising car transporters, cement silo wagons and others including several multi-packs, various liveries, all VG-E, boxes VG (24 wagons in 16 boxes) £90-120
549.    Klein Modellbahn HO Gauge Continental Freight Stock, including Swiss, Austrian, German and one Danish wagons of many different types and liveries, all VG-E, boxes VG (41 boxes) £100-140
550.    Klein Modellbahn HO Gauge Austrian Locomotive Multiple Units and Coaching Stock, including electric locomotive 1180.01 in orange livery, two multiple-unit power cars and three driving trailers, and one 'centre' coach, various liveries (not all matched), and six other coaches/vans, all VG-E, boxes F-G () £100-140
551.    Liliput HO Gauge Swiss Electric Unit and Coaching Stock, comprising 2-car electric multiple unit in 2-tone green SBB livery, and 11 coaches in various Swiss liveries, all VG-E, boxes G (12) £70-100
552.    Liliput HO Gauge German and Austrian Coaching Stock, comprising a 5-car German (DR) set, 6 assorted DB coaches including post-van and 4 assorted Austrian coaches in various liveries, all VG-E, boxes G (15 in 11 boxes) £70-100
553.    Continental HO Gauge Locomotives and Coaching Stock by Various Makers, including DR class 86 steam loco by Piko, Swiss 0-6-0 diesel shunter by Rivarossi and Bo-Bo electric loco by Kleinbahn, together with 17 assorted passenger and freight stock by various makers, and 3 'N' gauge coaches, some items unboxed , the majority G-VG, boxes F-G (23) £120-160
554.    HO Gauge Swiss Locomotive by Roxy and Freight Stock by Liliput (Bachmann), the locomotive an Ae 6/8 in BLS brown as no 206, VG-E, together with 4 bogie tank wagons in various liveries, all VG, all boxes VG-E (5) £120-160
555.    An Early Fleischmann Electric Locomotive and Later Crane Wagon Set, the locomotive a class E44 Bo Bo no 056 with cast body, G-VG, neatly relabelled with SBB motifs, unboxed, together with a ref 5597 crane wagon set, VG-E, box VG-E (2) £70-100
556.    A Large Box of Fleischmann Switches and other Accessories, including point switches, relays, isolating switches, power supply units including H&M 3000 and many other items, the majority as new in original boxes, VG, boxes VG (qty in 2 boxes) £70-100
557.    Two Large Boxes of HO Gauge Continental Building Kits and Scenic Accessories, by Kibri, Vollmer, Faller and Vero, in original boxes, not checked for completeness but some still sealed in packagings, G-VG (qty in 2 boxes) £80-120
558.    Märklin HO Gauge M Track, 3600MWS pair of points (3), 3600DKWS double slips (3), 3600D/D1/1 10 straights (8), 3700A/3600A 10 curves (3), with three controllers, in original boxes, circa 1954, G, boxes F-G, with 1953 catalogue and other catalogues and leaflets, P (a lot) £50-80
559.    Märklin HO Gauge Turntable and Accessories, 410NG turntable, 467/2 girder bridge, 466 girder abutments (2), and 459MG level crossing, in original boxes, and loose 411B engine shed, (6)F-G, some staining from attic exposure, with Faller wooden house no. 105, German plastic buildings and trees, circa 1954, (a lot) £40-60
560.    A Märklin HO Gauge F846/4 Express Train Set, F800 locomotive and tender, 346/4 baggage car, 346/3 sleeping car, 346/2 dining car and 346/1 2nd class coach, with track, extra track and points, railer, 311b.2 BK5 brown diecast open wagon, and other freight stock, all BK5 (6), circa 1954, F-G, some corrosion and spotting, particularly to tender and roofs, box P £60-80
561.    Märklin HO Gauge Lamps, 448/2 pair of two-arm station or street lamps, in original boxes, circa 1954, G, slight staining to some, boxes G (5) £40-60
562.    Märklin HO Gauge Signals and Track Accessories, various signals - 446/41, 7041, 446/1, 446/2, 446/12, 446/11, with 3600EKS uncoupler, 476/4 contact plates (7) and 475/4 contact plates (2), in original boxes, circa 1954, wires and bulbs, G, boxes F-G, one warning signal a.f., (a lot) £40-60
563.    Märklin HO Gauge Rolling Stock, 310.3 goods brake van, 325.4 'Gambrinus' beer van, in 324 box, 316Nb.2 goods van with brakeman's hut, 320.3 goods van with brakeman's hut, in 322 box, 304S pair of Shell tank wagons, and 329/1 coach, all BK5, in original boxes unless stated, circa 1954, F-G, some damp marking (6) £60-80
564.    A rare Märklin HO Gauge SEW 800.3 SNCF BR 10000 Bo-Bo Electric Locomotive no 1101, BK4.2, in original box, 1954, F-G, some damp marking, box F £100-150
565.    Märklin HO Gauge Locomotives, DA800.1 1-C-1 locomotive and tender, lacks rear pony, and TM800.2 C Tank Locomotive, in original boxes, circa 1954, G, boxes F-G £50-80
566.    A Märklin HO Gauge 3047.3 DB BR44 1-E locomotive and tender, in original box, 1965, G, box F £40-60
567.    A Collection of Wagon Plates Oil Cans and Other Railway Items, mostly of GWR origin, including GWR wagon plate 20942 (1944), small 'Loco Testing House Swindon' plaque, another oval plaque 'W Swindon 1928', two brass embossed 'H Pooley & Sons' /GWR plates, an LMS 'six-point star' wagon plate no A 168506 with one corner broken but present, Jan 1948, together with a 'K's' Feeder type oil can 25" long overall marked GWR, a standard BR oil can, and a bag of assorted keys, mostly G (9) £60-80
568.    An East African Railways Locomotive Nameplate 'Sanye', of the 31 'Tribal' class 2-8-4 locomotive, running no 3142, built in 1955 by Vulcan Foundry at Newton-le-Willows with works no 6269, the plate in cast brass with red background, 'EAR&H' cast into reverse side, and measuring approx 28" x 7", G-VG ex-loco condition £100-150
569.    A Collection of Monochrome Negatives in Various Formats, including a large proportion of Tasmanian and Mainland Australian railways (approx 150+), British trains including some pre-nationalisation, SNCF and Belgian subjects, and approx 100 of shipping subjects, mostly taken late 1940's - '60's, condition G-VG, quality varies F-VG, (qty) £120-160
570.    A Collection of Monochrome and Colour Prints in Various Formats, from 10" x 8" enlargements to small contact prints, various subjects including BR steam, early preservation including Bluebell, Welsh lines and others, Rainhill 1980 with many detail shots of locomotives, detailed views of various stations and other railway items, includes several duplicate copies of some prints, some being from negatives in the previous lot, overall condition G, quality variable F-VG (qty) £120-160
571.    A Collection of Colour Slides of Multifarious Subjects, with railway, aviation, shipping and other subjects, including the Santos incline (Brazil), Brinzer-Rothorn-Bahn, boats, planes and other 'tourist views' from many places around the world, overall condition G-VG, quality varies G-VG, together with a small slide viewer, and 'The Air Almanac, 1970', stamped BOAC, F, (qty slides in 39 boxes+ 1 larger storage box, +2 others) £90-120
572.    A Southern Railway Enamelled 'Look-Out' Arm Badge, with red lettering on white ground, complete with leather strap, G, some chips around edge of badge, strap worn £30-40
573.    A Collection of Railway-Related Paintings Pictures and Mamod MM1 Steam Engine, comprising framed original paintings of Talyllyn Railway 'Douglas' by Allan Shepherd, a coloured drawing of a Hornby SR tank locomotive by J Lees, a board-mounted plaque showing Märklin SR 4-6-4T 'Stephenson' with Pullman Coaches, a large brass pressed plate showing Stephenson's 'Rocket', and a Mamod MM1 steam engine with tablet burner, mostly G-VG (5) £40-60
574.    A Collection of Blue Print General Assembly Drawings for an 'Allegheny' 2-6-6-2 Locomotive, built for the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, G-VG (3) £20-30
575.    Three Chad Valley/Great Western Railway Jigsaw Puzzles, comprising 'King George V', 'Caerphilly Castle' and 'Freight Train', all in original boxes, not checked for completeness, boxes G, some rusting to staples £40-60
576.    A Cast Iron 'Beware of Trains' Notice, measuring approx 20" x 14", not designated to any particular railway but appears to be in the GWR style and colouring, F, complete but with surface rust to both sides £20-30
577.    A Vintage Weighing Scale to Weigh 1lb, by unknown maker, with unusual but decorative design featuring counter-rotating dial and pointer, brass dial marked in quarter ounces and possibly from a sweet shop, letter office or similar, P-F, operates but overall rusty, in need of restoration £30-50
578.    A Group of Four Carriage Lamps, comprising a pair of front lamps by T Rowatt & Sons, both repainted in black with brass trim and bevelled front and side glasses (one with a small crack), together with a pair of rear lamps by unknown maker (maker's plates removed), all converted for mains electric operation so lacking original burners, overall F-G (4) £80-120
579.    A Railway Signal Miniature Repeater Instrument, of unknown origin in wooden case, with fish-tailed red lower-quadrant signal arm and brass plate no '1' to front, overall F, damage to base of case and some flaking to backboard paint £40-60
580.    An 'Adlake' LMS Signal Lamp, described as 'non-sweating', believed to be from ground disc signal with large painted reflector, front aspect approx 16" square, with original oil lamp fitting, glass chimney and brass 'LMS Railway' plaque to side, G £40-60
581.    A 'War Department' Oil-Lit Signalling Lamp "B", including the lamp with burner and accessories, push-button shutter for signalling and heavy bulls-eye lens, with supplementary oil reservoir can and box of wicks/cotton trimmings, the lamp with brass plaque 'Siemens Brothers, London' and 'No 5434, 1908', all contained in the original carrying case approx 12" cubed, with instructions inside lid, P-F, some areas of corrosion from poor storage but essentially complete £30-50
582.    A GER Signalman's Double-line Block Telegraph Failure Book and Festiniog/WHR Working Instructions, from Dovercourt Bay Signal Box, some filled in dated 1914-1949 with perforated part to be given to Engine Driver and other part to be retained by Signalman, in string and staple-bound booklet dated 9/1/11, F, engine drivers unused sheets detached from Signalman's sheets, other cover P-F, together with Festiniog and Welsh Highland (Light) Railway Working Instructions dated 1st October 1925, G (2) £10-20
583.    A BR (Southern Region) 'Hand-book of Stations' and Various Diagrammatic Track Plans, the book being from Waterloo Station and dated March 1962, together with ten official line diagrams in folders showing London Western District Areas 1a and b, 2-6 and Southampton Areas 1 & 2, all dated circa 1963-4, overall G (11) £20-30
584.    Two Collector's Display Cabinets, the larger measuring 42" high x 32" wide x 13", with 4 glass shelves and hinged door to front centre, finished in dark varnished wood, the other appearing home-made with sliding glass doors and 2 wood shelves, overall measurements 21" x 24" x 9", both F (2) £20-30
585.    Southwater BR(S) Station Totem, overall G-VG, one small chip adjacent to 'W', otherwise a few minor scratches with original patina; from the Steyning or Adur Valley Line (1861-1966) in West Sussex - Lot 576 to Lot 580 represent totems from five out of the seven stations between the mainline stations of Horsham and Shoreham-by-Sea at each end of the line £200-300
586.    West Grinstead BR(S) Station Totem, overall VG, one small chip at top left edge, otherwise a few very minor scratches with original patina; from the Steyning or Adur Valley Line (1861-1966) in West Sussex - Lot 576 to Lot 580 represent totems from five out of the seven stations between the mainline stations of Horsham and Shoreham-by-Sea at each end of the line £200-300
587.    Partridge Green BR(S) Station Totem, overall VG, no significant chips, otherwise a few very minor scratches with original patina; from the Steyning or Adur Valley Line (1861-1966) in West Sussex - Lot 576 to Lot 580 represent totems from five out of the seven stations between the mainline stations of Horsham and Shoreham-by-Sea at each end of the line £200-300
588.    Henfield BR(S) Station Totem, overall VG, one tiny chip above the 'E' of 'Hen', otherwise a few minor scratches with original patina; from the Steyning or Adur Valley Line (1861-1966) in West Sussex - Lot 576 to Lot 580 represent totems from five out of the seven stations between the mainline stations of Horsham and Shoreham-by-Sea at each end of the line £200-300
589.    Bramber BR(S) Station Totem, overall G-VG, one chip below 'M', otherwise a few minor scratches with original patina; from the Steyning or Adur Valley Line (1861-1966) in West Sussex - Lot 576 to Lot 580 represent totems from five out of the seven stations between the mainline stations of Horsham and Shoreham-by-Sea at each end of the line £200-300
590.    A Collection of Märklin and Other Train Catalogues, including Märklin HO Catalogues 1956, 1958, 1957 'EOP', 60/61, 62/63 and 64/65, with numerous loco and other instruction leaflets, Rivarossi catalogue 1952, various Hornby-Dublo catalogues and leaflets and many others, mostly G (qty) £50-80
591.    A Collection of Bassett-Lowke and Other Catalogues and Ephemera, including B-L catalogue August 1939, (VG), Bond's 1979, Sutcliffe Toys 1978, Collecting Meccano Dinky Toys', 'The Story of Hornby Gauge O', 'Bassett-Lowke Railways' 1969, 5 vintage (1940's) ABC spotters books and many others, mostly G (qty) £30-50
592.    Early Toy/Model Train Catalogues and Period Magazines, including Model Railway News 1927-1940, 3 Bond's catalogues between 1931 and 1963, 3 Bassett-Lowke catalogues 1940, 1955, 1957 and copy-catalogue Butcher 1914, mostly G (qty) £30-50
593.    A Large Collection of Continental Train Catalogues, including Märklin , Fleischmann, Liliput, Lima and many others, mostly G-VG, a few with damp damage (qty in 2 boxes) £30-50
594.    A Large Collection of British Model Train Catalogues, including Hornby, Lima, Airfix and many others, mostly G, a few with damp damage (qty) £30-50
595.    Great Western Railway Books, including 'The Book of the Great Western' published by Times Newspapers, 1970, limited edition no 2292/3000, together with 'The Great Western Collection' including numerous fine art prints, and a repro copy of 'The GWR Locomotive Factory at Swindon, 1852', all G-VG (3) £30-40
596.    Trix Twin Bonds Leeds Millbro and other Model Railway Catalogues and literature, Trix Catalogues, 1938-1939, 1956 and later (5), Permanent Way Manuals (3), TTR Gazette No 2 1938, and No 13 1955, various instructions and Trix Association booklet, Millbro Catalogues 1927-28, 1935-36, 1937-8, Leeds Model Co Catalogue Season 1925 (poor covers), Bonds 1950 (poor covers) and 1979, Christie's Trains Galore Catalogue 2001, various colour plates from another unknown catalogue, Art of Fretwork and Gamages undated Atlas of Great Britain and photocopy of the Development of the Meccano System by Hauton and Hindmarsh P-G (qty) £40-60
597.    Bassett-Lowke Catalogues, collection from 1909, also 1911, 1913, 1915, 1920,1924, 1931, 1933, 1937, 1950, with correspondence from Bassett-Lowke and advertising leaflets, P-F (qty) £40-60
598.    Terence Cuneo and Eagle Book, Cuneo 'Railway Painter of the Century' by Narisa Chakra signed by Terence Cuneo and First Edition of The Eagle Book of Cutaways by Ashwell Wood dated 1988, VG (2) £20-30
599.    A pair of Geoffrey Wheeler framed prints and book, Princess Elizabeth' in LMS maroon, full size 690mm x 300mm and 'Flying Scotsman' in LNER green 880mm x 350mm, both glazed with light brown wooden frames, E, together with book 'Fired by Steam', also by Geoffrey Wheeler VG (3) £30-50
600.    An Original Pen & Ink Drawing Heightened in Colour-wash by S G (Sid) Cooper, depicting Burnley High Street 1950s-60s with a single and various Double Decker buses, painting size 560mm x 370mm, glazed and with a mid-brown wood frame, E £120-180
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 'näive' style , 480mm x 380mm, glazed and framed in a gold-painted wooden frame, VG £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 £30-50
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, £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) £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 £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 £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 £100-140
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 £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 £20-30
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 £100-150
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 £20-30
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 £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 £100-140
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 £100-140
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 £100-140
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 £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) £20-30
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) £40-60
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) £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) £150-200
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) £120-180
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 £50-80
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 £50-80
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) £100-140
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) £80-110
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) £70-100
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) £90-120
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) £90-120
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) £70-100
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) £100-140
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) £100-140
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 £70-100
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) £80-120
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 £60-90
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) £70-100
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) £70-100
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) £50-80
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) £50-80
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) £40-60
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) £60-90
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) £70-100
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) £50-80
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) £50-80
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) £70-100
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) £80-120
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) £80-120
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) £80-120
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) £50-80
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) £60-90
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 £70-100
651.    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, no2 (control) mechanism, overall F, substantial retouching to loco, mech tested ok, driving wheels and rear bogie are replacements, tender is repro(2) £90-120
652.    A Hornby O Gauge Electric No 3E 'Lord Nelson' Locomotive and Repro 'Coal-rail' Tender, in Southern Railway green as no E850, a 6v example with exposed brushcaps, overall F, considerable retouching and some marks to loco, rear bogie is replacement, tender is repro(2) £120-150
653.    A Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 3C 'Lord Nelson' Locomotive and Repro Tender, in Southern Railway green, with later chimney and no 2 special mechanism but without smoke deflectors, overall G, some retouching, mech tested ok, front bogie is replacement, with Bernard Ridgley repro tender (2) £90-120
654.    A Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 3C 'Lord Nelson' Locomotive and Tender, in Southern Railway green, with later chimney and no 2 special mechanism with smoke deflectors, overall G, some retouching, mech tested ok, front bogie and all wheels replaced, tender with some replacement parts (2) £90-120
655.    A Repainted Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 3C 'Nord' Locomotive and Tender, in Nord brown livery as no 31801, with no 2 special mechanism and smoke deflectors, as repaint G-VG, mech tested ok, (2) £90-120
656.    A Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 2 Special 4-4-2 Tank Locomotive, in Southern Railway green as no B329, overall F, general playwear and slight corrosion, mech tested ok, driving wheels refitted with glue, front coupling non-original £60-90
657.    A Modified Hornby O Gauge 6v Electric 'Metropolitan' Locomotive, in printed Metropolitan finish as no 2, with external brushcaps, overall G, footplate red band retouched, pony trucks added to each end, couplings replaced £100-140
658.    Two Early Hornby O Gauge Clockwork Locomotives and Tender, comprising LNER green No 1 loco in green with LNER crest to cabsides and 'M Ld L' green tender, F, loco with retouching and replacement cab roof, mech runs backwards ok but reluctant in forwards, tender P, together with a repainted LMS red '0-4-0' Tank locomotive, as repaint G-VG, mech tested ok (3) £50-80
659.    Hornby O Gauge Southern Railway Clockwork Locomotives and Tender, comprising No 1 locomotive with 793 tender, No 1 tank locomotive E29 and M3 tank locomotive E126, all F, transfers rubbed on no 1's, retouching to footplate and cylinders on former, all mechs tested ok (4) £60-90
660.    Hornby O Gauge Southern Railway Clockwork Locomotives and Tenders, comprising No 0 locomotive with 793 tender, F-G, a little retouching to loco, an early-body No 1 locomotive and coal-rail tender mostly repainted, P, and M3 tank locomotive E126, F, with retouching, all mechs tested ok (5) £70-100
661.    Hornby O Gauge Clockwork Tank Locomotives, comprising early M3 in LNER colours no 460, P-F, lacks couplings and control rods, in original box with repair label 13041 attached, a later GWR M3 (with coupled wheels), overall G, some retouching and wheels replaced, and an SR example as E126, F, generally playworn, mechs tested £50-80
662.    Hornby O Gauge 'Nut-and-Bolt' Freight Stock, comprising 2 MR and 1 GN open wagons with clip-on letters, mostly repainted, 3 LMS open wagons with old sides and sprayed-on lettering, one P, 2 F-G, together with LNW and LMS brake vans, the latter with solebar lettering, both with repainted roofs (8) £60-90
663.    Hornby O Gauge 'OAG' Freight Stock, a large collection including 11 tank wagons in various colours (2 of which have early base and one being a complete repaint), 3 SR open wagons, GW crane wagon and seven others, mostly F, substantially complete but with general playwear and minor damages (22) £70-100
664.    Hornby O Gauge 'No 1 Pullman' Coaching Stock, comprising 8 of the 4-wheeled Pullman cars with various names, varying F-VG, together with a no 1 GWR passenger brake coach, P-F, lacks roof (9) £50-80
665.    Hornby O Gauge 'Southern Railway' Freight Stock, including gold-lettered van, open wagons, brake vans and others, varying P-G, general playwear and minor damages (13) £60-90
666.    Hornby O Gauge 'Southern Railway' Passenger and Freight Stock, including 2 post-war no 1 coaches and brake, 1 pre-war coach, post-war and pre-war cattle wagons, 5 open wagons, brake van and flat wagon, varying P-G, general playwear and minor damages (13) £80-120
667.    Hornby O Gauge 'Southern Railway' and Other Milk Traffic Vans, comprising 8 post-war 'Southern' vans in green, two in BR crimson and 2 pre-war examples in blue/red and green/grey respectively, both with repainted roofs, otherwise G (12) £70-100
668.    Hornby O Gauge Post-War Freight Stock, including Southern milk van, Blue Circle Cement (2), LMS and NE vans, No 50 Shell tanker, grey hoppers (2), Cattle, McAlpine Tipper and others, varying F-VG, general playwear and some damages (26) £70-100
669.    Hornby O Gauge Pre- and Post-War Tank Wagons, including red Royal Daylight (4), Buff and Silver Esso's, Castrol, Redline-Glico, Shell-BP in buff, and 6 others, varying P-VG, general playwear (15) £70-100
670.    Hornby O Gauge Pre-War Freight Stock, including 6 assorted no 0 tinprinted vans, all P-F, HRC and Meccano open wagons, together with boxed crane truck, SR flat truck, LNER OAG wagon, Fibre wagon and No 0 Pullman, generally G, boxes F, (6 boxed + 9) £60-90
671.    Hornby O Gauge Boxed Post-War Freight Stock, fourteen assorted wagons including National Benzole, Esso and Shell Oil tankers, in original boxes, mostly G-VG, a couple F, three boxed tenders (M1, 20 and 51), and a quantity of empty boxes including GW no 2 cattle and an early export timber wagon box, boxes P-G (17 boxed items + 18 empty boxes) £80-120
672.    Hornby O Gauge Pre-War No 2 Freight Stock, comprising 3 LMS grey High Capacity Wagons, all F-G, two lumber wagons in yellow/green, both F, and one LNER 'upside-down' timber wagon, P, all stanchions missing (6) £60-90
673.    Hornby O Gauge Pre-and Post-War Boxed Sets and other Items, comprising pre-war E320 tank goods set box with original wagons but Non-Original Clockwork GWR M3 locomotive, items G-VG, box P, together with a post-war no 45 goods set with type 40 BR black tank loco, 3 wagons and track, all F-G, box P-F, and a green M1 locomotive and tender and a no 30 loco and tender, both G (2 sets + 4 items) £70-100
674.    A Large Box of Incomplete Hornby O Gauge Rolling Stock, including Manchester Oil tank, green Pratt's tanker and many others, all with defects such as paint loss, wheels, couplings or other parts missing, varying P-G (qty) £60-90
675.    Hornby O Gauge Stations Signal Boxes and Other Lineside Buildings, comprising 2 No 1 Stations, one with repainted roof, a no 3 station, a post-war 'Trent' Island platform, 2 post-war no 2 signal cabins (one with painted roof), 2 'M' signal boxes, roof-less 'British Express' station, a Watchman's Hut (without small accessories) and other items, varying P-G (qty) £60-90
676.    A Modified Hornby O Gauge 12v Electric No 1 Special Locomotive Tender and SR Brake Van, the locomotive nicely repainted in SR green as no A179 with modern 12v mechanism replacing the original clockwork, as repaint G, with an original no 1 Special SR tender, F, with substantial retouching, and a pre-war passenger brake van, printing VG, roof repainted and wheels replaced (3) £80-120
677.    Hornby O Gauge Pre-War Freight Stock, including yellow/red Fyffes Bananas van, grey Carr's (one door replaced), GW Gunpowder, all-grey Cement wagon, LMS and LNER brake vans, 7 assorted open wagons, a barrel wagon and a Robert Hudson side-tipper, mostly F-G, one in original box (15) £70-100
678.    Hornby O Gauge 3-rail Electric Track, including two double-track crossovers, 4 double track curves, 8+ Parallel Points, various Left and Right Points, crossings, turntable, and an adapted-to-3-rail double track level crossing, varying F-VG, some in original boxes (qty) £70-100
679.    Hornby O Gauge 2-rail Clockwork Track and Hornby Clockwork Speedboat, Points, crossings, level crossings, some boxed, large and small turntables and a group of old buffers and other items, F-G, together with a Hornby 'Racer' Speedboat, F, some retouching, mech ok but 'sticky', and a modern Indian pop-pop boat (qty) £30-50
680.    Hornby O Gauge Footbridges Tunnel and Goods Shed, including a semi-repro constructional footbridge (appears to incorporate some original parts and Meccano), a boxed no 1 post-war footbridge and unboxed pre-war ditto with two signal dolls, a no 4 curved tunnel, a 1950's Goods Depot, M-series footbridge and small quantity of Meccano parts, varying P-G (qty) £60-90
681.    A Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 2 Special 'County of Bedford' Locomotive and Tender, in GWR green as no 3821 with 'shirtbutton' motif to tender, overall G-VG, some small areas of careful retouching to locomotive and tender, possibly sprayed over with satin varnish, whistle casting and control rods missing, mech tested ok (2) £120-160
682.    A Hornby O Gauge 6v Electric 'Metropolitan' Locomotive, in Metropolitan maroon lithographed livery, beautifully restored, litho sides with minor retouching and satin varnished, roof and base neatly repainted, as a restoration VG-E, in original box with card roll, guarantee slip and leaflets, box G, some damage to corners £200-300
683.    A Hornby O Gauge 6v Electrically-lit 'Metropolitan' Brake Coach, in Metropolitan lithographed teak livery, with 3-rail pickups to bogies, sides with minor scratches and appear to be satin varnished, roof and underframe appear original, overall G-VG £60-90
684.    A Rare Hornby O Gauge Special Order LMS Black No 2 Special Tender Only, finished in gloss black with full red/gold lining and LMS decals, fitted with small droplink coupling to rear (link missing), overall VG, some scuffing/paint loss to front drawbar beam, in original box, box G, splits to corners of base, (NB Tender only - NO locomotive) £150-200
685.    A Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 2 Locomotive and Tender, in part-stripped LNWR black livery, P, some parts loose but major components complete, lacks '2711' cabside plates, mech tested ok, in an original brown 'vellum' box, box G, red border to lid appears retouched £120-160
686.    A Part-dismantled Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 2 Locomotive and Tender, in lined LMS crimson with 2711 tender, loco body G but various small parts missing, mech tested ok, bogie loose, tender G, wheels a little rusty (4- loco body, mech, bogie, tender) £50-80
687.    A Dismantled Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 2 Tank Locomotive and Spares, as a 'kit', appears essentially complete with majority of small parts, paintwork to body parts very flaky/scratched, P, mech tested ok, together with an assortment of driving wheels, some damaged, with a view to making a set of 4 (qty) £40-60
688.    A Dismantled Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 2 Special 'Compound' Locomotive Only, the body mostly stripped but substantially complete, the mechanism in component form with smaller parts in tin including rods, wheels and bogie, P (qty) £60-90
689.    A Small Collection of Hornby O Gauge Freight Stock, including boxed LMS flat truck with cable drum (G-VG, box G) and unboxed SR Trolley Wagon in brown with blue bolsters, F, wrong bogies fitted, a Hudson side-tipping wagon, G-VG, and an early GN open wagon, G (4) £70-100
690.    A Hornby O Gauge Boxed LMS Snowplough, an early 'nut-and-bolt' example with large droplink coupling, G, possibly retouched/over-varnished, fan drive belt missing, in original box, box F-G, wear to lid edges and split to one corner £50-80
691.    

ANNOUNCE THE CREAM PARTS ARE OVERPAINTED GOLD

Hornby O Gauge No 2 Coach Parts, including major components of a green/cream Pullman car, sides, base and roof of a green/cream LNWR dining saloon (rubbed), two bogies for same, 5 destination boards for later coaches (comprising 2 original Hornby 'Flying Scotsman' boards and 3 later examples probably ACE), and a plastic tray of assorted carriage and wagon wheels, mostly F, carriage boards G (qty) £60-90
692.    Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 2 Special Locomotive Components and Other Spares, including no 2 spl tank loco body, stripped, 3 sets of c/w motor frames, winding arbors, gears and other motor parts (none complete), various driving wheels, some repro, a tray of other components such as couplings, control rods and knobs, mostly F, (qty) £50-80
693.    Hornby O Gauge Signals and Other Items for Restoration, including all major components of a no 2 signal gantry, mostly stripped, a Bassett-Lowke water tower, a repainted B-L bracket signal, two damaged German telegraph poles, 2 colour light signals and various other signals and components, mostly P-F (qty) £50-80
694.    Hornby O Gauge Windsor Station Signal Box and Other Scenic Items, comprising boxed 'Windsor' station, carefully restored, a boxed no 2 signal cabin with light brown brickwork and 2-windows to locking room, appears over-varnished with some crazing, a boxed and nicely-restored no 2 Home signal, all G in G-VG boxes, together with a pre-war goods shed with lights partly dismantled, with two cranes and shed roof supplied loose for reassembly, F, and an M signal cabin, G ( £80-120
695.    Hornby O Gauge Electrical Items, including 20v T22M (still sealed in original box!) and 6v T6 transformers (sold as works of art), one 20v and one 6v resistance controllers, a no 1 electrical lamp standard and no 2E signal, all in original boxes, all VG, some carefully restored, and an unboxed no 2E hydraulic buffer stop, G (7) £80-120
696.    Hornby O Gauge Railway Accessories No 2 and Watchman's Hut, a boxed set No 2 in picture box, with 6 milk cans and a blue platform truck, G-VG, box VG, together with a watchman's hut and brazier, F-G, in original box base only, lacks lid, shovel and poker (2) £40-60
697.    Hornby O Gauge Railway Accessories No 3 and Watchman's Hut, a boxed set No 3 in red box, with 2 benches, letter box, platform ticket machine and brown tape label machine, contents and box G-VG, together with a watchman's hut, brazier and shovel, G-VG, in original box, lacks poker, box F-G (2) £50-70
698.    Hornby O Gauge 'Hall's Distemper' Painters and Repro Board, comprising two men in white overalls, one with green paint brush and the other blue, appear original and G-VG, with a repro 'Hall's Distemper' single-sided advertising board, in non-original box £40-60
699.    Hornby O Gauge Railway Accessories No 3 and Other Items, comprising an unboxed set No 3, with 2 benches, letter box, platform ticket machine and green tape label machine, F-G, (one bench leg broken) together with a yellow platform truck, two packing cases, two tinplate milk churns, a diecast barrel and two advertising hoardings, 'Tardis' and classix Dinky telephone boxes, 2 streetlamps and an oil dispenser, varying F-VG, (18) £60-80
700.    Hornby O Gauge/Dinky and Other Railway Accessories, including a set of four pre-war Dinky petrol pumps, F-G, one with fatigue, and others with minor damages, four more unpainted repro pumps, 5 Dinky/Hornby figures, a group of diecast platform machines and other items, varying F-VG, (qty) £50-70
701.    Hornby O Gauge/Dinky Figures, including incomplete sets of station staff, passengers and Hotel staff, F-G, an original purple-backed 'Modelled Miniatures' no 1 station staff box, G-VG, and another with white backing, P-F, one end of lid missing (qty) £60-90
702.    Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 1 Locomotive and Various Wagons: including locomotive 1842 in LNER green, P-F, mech ok, handrails and tender missing, OAG GWR Brake Van G, couplings replaced, NE ventilated refrigerator van and nine others, with a B-L brown LMS open wagon, generally F-G (13) £40-60
703.    Hornby O Gauge Clockwork Early M1 Locomotive Tender and Pullman Coaches: including boxed locomotive 2526 with matching but unboxed tender and 7 Pullman cars (5 brown-roofed, 2 grey), loco P, spring broken, box G-VG, repair label 32365 to one end, some modern labels attached to other end, tender and coaches F-G (9) £40-60
704.    Hornby O Gauge Clockwork Post-war Tank Locomotives: two type 101s, a boxed LNER green no 460, with an unboxed LMS maroon no 2270, both VG, LMS has two small chips to cab roof, box VG, with one key (3) £60-80
705.    A Hornby O Gauge Clockwork Post-war No 50 Locomotive and Tender: in BR black as no 60199, in original boxes, VG-E, (appears unused) boxes VG (2) £50-70
706.    Hornby O Gauge Clockwork Post-war No 50 and 51 Locomotives and Tenders: no 50 in BR black as no 60199 with tender in original boxes, no 51 in BR green as 50153 with tender both unboxed, all G-VG, (appear unused, green example a little dusty from display) boxes VG, with a key (2 boxes + 2 unboxed + key) £90-120
707.    Hornby O Gauge Clockwork Pre-war 4-4-2T No 2 Special Tank Locomotive, in Southern Railway green as no B329, overall G, some sympathetic restoration/retouching to cab roof, around keyhole and other areas, a little damage to finish from previous wrappings, mech tested ok, with a key (2) £90-120
708.    Hornby O Gauge Clockwork Pre-war 4-4-4T No 2 Tank Locomotive, an early Great Western Railway green example with garter to cab-side (un-numbered), overall F-G, some sympathetic restoration/retouching to cab roof and other areas, some underlying corrosion to footplate, control knobs missing, all footsteps damaged/broken, mech tested ok, with a key, in original box, box F, repair label 17522 and two recent labels to one end £70-100
709.    Hornby O Gauge Clockwork Pre-war 4-4-4T No 2 Tank Locomotive, with 'Control' mechanism in LMS black as no 2052, overall F-G, some sympathetic restoration/retouching, some damage to finish from previous wrappings, mech tested ok, safety valve lever intact, front coupling broken and footplate slightly bent below cab, supplied with a key, in original box, box F, some old tape repairs, original 'LMS' and 'Control' labels, two recent labels to one end £70-100
710.    Hornby O Gauge Clockwork Pre-war 0-4-0T No 1 Tank Locomotive, an early Great Western green example (un-numbered), overall G, one connecting rod missing, some sympathetic restoration, possibly over-varnished with some damage from previous wrappings, mech tested ok, with a key, in original box, box F, repair label 40655 (hand-written) and two recent labels to one end £50-80
711.    Hornby O Gauge Clockwork Pre-war 0-4-0T No 1 Tank Locomotive, in LMS maroon as no 623, overall G, some sympathetic restoration, possibly over-varnished with slight damage from previous wrappings, mech tested ok, one coupling pin replaced with wire, one control knob missing, supplied with key, 'tested' and 27002 repair tag labels in original box, box F-G, repair label 27002 and two recent labels to one end £50-80
712.    Hornby O Gauge Clockwork Pre-war 0-4-0 No 1 Special Locomotives, comprising tender locomotive 2301 with 'Great (crest) Western' to tender, and tank locomotive no 5500, both F-G, 2301 missing one coupling rod pin and both control knobs, top-feed replaced with LMS-style dome, one wheel loose on axle, 5500 with rear of cab distorted and rubbing to transfers, both mechs tested ok but 5500 ratchet sticky (3) £80-120
713.    A Rare Post-war Hornby O Gauge Clockwork type 501 (formerly No 1) Locomotive and Tender, in GWR matt green as no 9319, tender with G (crest) W to sides, overall G, front buffers replaced with early bolt-on type, one control knob replaced with nut, unboxed (2) £180-240
714.    A Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 2 Special Locomotive Only 'Yorkshire', in LNER green as no 234, F-G, clockwork tested ok, small dent to cab roof, old wrapping damage to cab roof and boiler paintwork, lacks tender, but is in an original box with repair labels 24484, box F, two modern labels added to one end, includes a Meccano-type key (2) £150-200
715.    A Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 2 Special Locomotive Only 'County of Bedford', in GWR green as no 3821 with early red-on-gold nameplates and gold-on-red numberplates, F-G, clockwork tested ok, two driving wheels loose, some small areas of paint loss and old wrapping damage to cab roof and firebox paintwork, lacks tender £150-200
716.    A Hornby O Gauge 20v Electric No 4 Locomotive and Tender 'Eton', in SR green as no 900, overall G, two driving wheels cracked and all wheels showing signs of fatigue, (paintwork VG), tender missing one handrail, loco and tender in original green and red boxes respectively, boxes F, both with some damage, loco box base with one end missing (2) £300-400
717.    Hornby O Gauge No 2 LMS Coaching Stock, four Passenger Coaches in LMS maroon, comprising two 1st/3rd composites and two brake/3rd's, all G, sides bright but with a few minor damages, one coupling missing and two damaged (4) £80-120
718.    Hornby O Gauge No 2 LNER Coaching Stock, three Passenger Coaches in LNER 'teak', comprising one 1st/3rd composite and two brake/3rd's, two G, one P, with repainted roof and couplings missing, together with one 1st/3rd composite corridor coach, G, some with fatigue to wheels (4) £80-120
719.    Hornby O Gauge No 2 GWR Coaching Stock, in brown/cream, comprising one composite Passenger Coach, G-VG, fatigue to some wheels, together with one brake/3rd corridor coach, G-VG, moderate playwear, one coupling loop missing (2) £70-100
720.    Hornby O Gauge No 2 Southern Railway Coaching Stock, in SR green, comprising one composite and one brake/3rd Passenger Coaches, both G-VG, very moderate playwear, one coupling loop missing, both in original boxes (one is dated 1/39), boxes F, with some graffiti and modern labels (2) £100-140
721.    Hornby O Gauge No 1 and No 2 Southern Railway Coaching Stock, in SR green, comprising one no 1 composite, G-VG, one no 1 brake coach, F, and a no 2 brake/3rd, F-G, one end with corrosion (3) £70-100
722.    Hornby O Gauge Early (OAG-type) No 1 Southern Railway Coaching Stock, in SR green, comprising one composite and one brake coach, both F, each missing one buffer and some door handles, and other minor damages (2) £50-70
723.    Hornby O Gauge Early (OAG-type) No 1 clerestory-roofed LNER and LMS Coaching Stock, comprising one composite coach in LNER brown and two LMS maroon brake coaches, two G and one F, collectively missing four door handles, and other minor damages (3) £50-70
724.    Boxed Hornby O Gauge Post-war No 1 Coaching Stock, ex-shop stock, in LNER 'teak'/brown comprising 6 coaches and 2 passenger brake vans, all VG, windows bright, in original boxes, boxes G, some rusting to staples (8) £60-80
725.    Boxed Hornby O Gauge Post-war No 1 Coaching Stock, ex-shop stock, in LMS maroon comprising 5 coaches and 2 passenger brake vans, all VG, windows bright, in original boxes, boxes G, some rusting to staples, together with a no 30 brake/2nd coach in BR crimson/cream, VG, box G (8) £60-80
726.    Unboxed Hornby O Gauge No 1 Coaching Stock, comprising LMS maroon 3 coaches and 2 passenger brake vans, LNER teak/brown 2 coaches and 2 brake vans, and 3 no1 Pullman brake cars all 'Ansonia', mostly G-VG, windows bright, 4 Pullman door handles missing, a few minor scratches and corrosion to one roof (12) £60-80
727.    A Boxed Hornby O Gauge 'Cadbury's' Chocolate Van, in blue finish with gold 'Cadbury's transfers, on black 'T3' type base, body G, creases to both end panels, roof P-F, box coded 1/936/.5, F-G, some rusting to staples £60-80
728.    Boxed Hornby O Gauge Post-war No 1 and No 50 Freight Stock, ex-shop stock, including no 50 goods vans, Saxa Salt, Manchester Oil and others, together with No 1 Esso tankers, flat wagons, open wagons (LMS, LNER and BR) and others, all VG, some slightly rubbed from boxes, boxes G, some rusting to staples (27) £90-120
729.    Boxed Hornby O Gauge Post-war No 1 and No 50 Freight Stock, ex-shop stock, including no 50 goods vans, Saxa Salt, Manchester Oil, Cattle Truck, McAlpines side-tipper and others, together with No 1 Esso tankers, flat wagons, open wagons (LMS, LNER and BR) and others, all VG, some slightly rubbed from boxes, boxes G, some rusting to staples (26) £90-120
730.    Unboxed Hornby O Gauge 'OAG-type' Freight Stock, including LNER snowplough, LMS refrigerator van and gold-lettered van, McAlpine's rotary tipper, early crane wagon and others, varying F-VG (15) £90-120
731.    Unboxed Hornby O Gauge 'T3-type' Freight Stock, including 'Meccano' and 'Hornby Rly Co' open wagons with coal loads, Fyffes Banana Vans (2, one partially repainted), LMS no 0 Banana van, fibre wagon and four others, together with boxed 'Trinidad' rotary tipper and a barrel wagon (boxes F), and a red bogie well wagon missing one bogie, otherwise variable F-G, defects as noted (13) £90-120
732.    Unboxed Hornby O Gauge Post-war Freight Stock, including flat wagons with containers, Insul Meat van, 'Trinidad' rotary tippers, open wagons and others, together with one boxed BR container, varying F-VG (17 + 1 boxed) £60-90
733.    Unboxed Hornby O Gauge Pre-war Tank Wagons, including OAG Pratts, Shell and National Benzole (latter with tank detached), and T3-base POOL, Castrol, Buff Esso, Shell and Royal Daylight, varying F-VG (8) £90-120
734.    Unboxed Hornby O Gauge Pre-war No 2 Bogie Wagons, including boxed GW lumber wagon, and unboxed LMS crane wagon, GW Loco Coal wagon and bogie van, and an early cattle wagon (repainted), varying P-G, some playwear and minor damages (5) £90-120
735.    Unboxed Hornby O Gauge 4-wheeled Freight Stock, including OAG LMS, GW and LNER brake vans, LMS and NE cattle wagons, with 5 later brake vans including SR and GW, Milk Traffic vans (pre-war blue, post-war SR green and two BR red examples) and two cattle wagons, varying F-VG, some playwear and minor damages (16) £70-100
736.    Hornby O Gauge No 2 Carriage Roof Boards, all with gold lettering on blue background, including 4 loose 'London (Euston) & Glasgow (Central)', with unopened packs of 4 'The Royal Scot' and 'Cornish Riviera Express', all appear G-VG, cellophane packs F (4 loose plates + two packets of 4) £60-90
737.    A Hornby O Gauge No 2 Special Tender, in LMS maroon, overall G-VG, blemishes to paintwork on left side, in original (undated) box, box G, two modern labels to one end £70-100
738.    Three Hornby O Gauge Spare Tenders, comprising a no 2 in LNER green with no 2711, F, coal rails damaged and playworn, a no 1 in LMS crimson with no 2710, P, straight but very flaky paintwork, and a later no 0/1 in LMS crimson, F-G (3) £60-90
739.    A Collection of Hornby O Gauge Accessories and Spares, including large and small turntables, no 1 water tank, no 1 buffer stop in 1946 'austerity' box, a 1920's no 1 tank locomotive box only, with repair label 28562, an early no 1 tender box only, a bag of assorted keys, locomotive lamps and other items and a box of apparently ex-shop stock wagon wheels, axles and point levers as new, other items F-VG (qty) £60-90
740.    Hornby O Gauge Clockwork Locomotive and Rolling Stock Parts, including a a no 2 LNWR locomotive only, P, missing cab roof, chimney and control knobs, c/w ratchet defunct, a no 1 tank loco body in LMS black no 623, incomplete, a later no 1 tank body in LNER green no 2900, F, and an assortment of very playworn freight stock including LMC Bakelite van and open wagon, others by Hornby, all P (qty) £50-70
741.    Hornby O Gauge No 1 Pullmans and Other Coaching Stock, including 5 no 1 Pullman cars (3 grey roof and 2 cream), 3 M1 Pullman cars, (1 with yellow base and roof), 2 yellow American coaches made in USA and one green made in Liverpool, together with a no 20 clockwork locomotive and tender, varying F-VG (13) £60-90
742.    Hornby O Gauge No 2 Coach 'Project Box', including 4 no 2/3 Pullman Cars and one 'Wagons Lits' all P, all over-painted/corroded, some missing bogies or wheels, together with a spare roof (6) £50-70
743.    Hornby O Gauge Metropolitan Bogie Coaches, comprising 3rd class and brake/3rd coaches, both with original light fittings, the brake coach with an added pickup shoe under the centre, both F-G, both with some scratching to litho sides, brake with some corrosion to roof (2) £90-120
744.    Hornby O Gauge Clockwork Locomotives and Tender, comprising a No 1 Special tender locomotive in LMS crimson as no 4312 with sans-serif plain gold 'LMS' to tender, F, a little retouching, mech spring ok but reversing gears u/s, together with a post-war type 101 LNER tank locomotive no 460, G, one buffer missing, mech tested ok (3) £60-90
745.    Hornby O Gauge Palethorpes Sausages Van and SR Milk wagon, Palethorpes van overall VG, would benefit from cleaning, together with a post-war SR green milk traffic van, F, some corrosion to roof (2) £70-100
746.    A Hornby O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'Princess Elizabeth' Locomotive and Tender, in LMS maroon as no 6201, VG, nicely restored with good quality replacement wheels and other cast fittings, paintwork overall VG-E, with slight crazing to varnish, in neatly re-covered blue leather-cloth box with original green velour lining, overall VG, a few scuffs and marks to information panel inside lid, some surface rusting to catches £800-1000
747.    A Hornby O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'Lord Nelson' Locomotive and Tender, fitted with modern ETS motor unit, overall F-G, general playwear and paint deterioration to loco and tender, in a repro box £80-120
748.    Hornby O Gauge Scenic Accessories, comprising a no 1E Engine Shed, white footbridge with blue bases, no 1 goods platform (postwar but with lamp bracket fitted in the pre-war style) and two signals, mostly G, some restored or part-repainted, 2 in original boxes, 3 in repro boxes (5 boxes) £70-100
749.    A French Hornby O Gauge 3-rail Electric 2-car 'Bugatti' Autorail, in SNCF cream/red/blue, VG, in original box, box G, split to one corner and general wear to edges £100-140
750.    A French Hornby O Gauge 3-rail Electric O-BB Locomotive and Rolling Stock, the locomotive in green with red lining as BB-8051, VG, some paint loss to wheel rims, in original box, box F-G, together with blue wagons-lits dining car, VG in repro box, another F-G in part original box, and a blue/cream saloon, G, in repro box, a 'Fourgon' van in ETAT green, G, original box, 'Saint-Freres' wagon and a part-repainted double-barrel wagon, F (7) £80-120
751.    French Hornby O Gauge Tin-printed Station Level Crossing and Signal, the station in red brick with blue tiled roof, F, canopy and possibly other parts missing, in a repro box, together with 'Passage a Niveau no 1' level crossing with gate-keepers hut, VG in original box and a four-aspect light signal, G-VG, both in original boxes, boxes F-VG (3) £70-100
752.    A Large Box of Original and Repainted Hornby O Gauge Rolling Stock, the majority in repro boxes, including repainted 'Castrol', 'Pratts', 'BP' tankers, 'Cadbury's' van and others, together with original 'Esso', 'Shell' tankers and 'Fyffes' van and others, 26 in all, F-G, NB at least 7 are repaints, + four empty repro boxes (30) £70-100
753.    A Hornby O Gauge 3-rail Electric No E220 Special Tank Locomotive, in LMS maroon as no 6954 with sans-serif LMS lettering, G-VG, a little retouching, driving wheels and front bulb replaced, in original box with spanner, box F, one lid end missing £100-140
754.    A Repainted Hornby O Gauge 3-rail Electric No E220 Special Tank Locomotive, in LNER green as no 1784, as repaint G-VG, driving wheels replaced, in repro box £70-100
755.    A Hornby O Gauge 3-rail Electric No 2 Special 'Compound' Locomotive and No 1 Special Tender, an original clockwork body in LMS maroon as no 1185, fitted with modern ETS motor unit, body F-G, cylinders retouched, rest has general playwear, tender (incorrect but in matching LMS livery) F-G, unboxed (2) £80-120
756.    Three Hornby O Gauge No 2 GWR Corridor Coaches, comprising two 1st/3rd composites no 6957 and one brake/3rd no 4073 all in GWR brown/cream with 'shirtbutton' motif, all F, general playwear and rubbing to sides, roofs repainted, all in repro boxes (3) £70-100
757.    Hornby O Gauge 3-rail Electric Track Items and Accessories, including pair of solid base points, 3-rail viaduct with ramps, no 2E double-arm signal, no 1 lamp standard, T20A transformer (sold as work of art), resistance controller and circuit breaker, mostly G, some with loose parts to re-fit, 4 in original boxes, 3 in repro's (7) £60-80
758.    Early Hornby O Gauge Accessories, including early tinprinted tunnel, loading gauge and platelayer's hut, all G, in original boxes, boxes P-G (3) £60-90
759.    Early Hornby O Gauge 'Windsor' Accessories, comprising Windsor station with lamps fitted, F, roof detached, ramps repainted and in later no 3 station box, a Windsor Island platform with ramps, G, in repro box, and an unboxed Windsor signal box, F-G, chimney supplied loose inside (4 inc chimney) £60-90
760.    Hornby O Gauge No 2 Engine Shed and No2 Signal Gantry, the shed with clockwork track, all doors and roof vents present but some minor damages, F-G, together with the signal gantry F, most wire connections damaged, some levers bent and spectacle lenses/frames missing, both in repro boxes (2) £70-100
761.    Hornby 0 Gauge Pre- and Post-War LMS Tank Locomotives and Rolling Stock, comprising 20V electric EM320 Tank Locomotive (in No 1 locomotive box), G, some repairs to pick up shoe, some small parts missing, box G, unboxed post war clockwork Type 101 0-4-0 Tank Locomotive, pre and post war LMS No 1 coach (2, one boxed), two post war Guards Vans (2), F-VG box G (6) £80-120
762.    Hornby 0 Gauge Snow Plough and GWR Freight Stock, yellow snow plough with blue trim, flat truck with container (boxed) and three different GWR open wagons, F-G, plough lacks drive belt and has odd wheels, box G (5) £50-70
763.    Hornby 0 Gauge Pre- and Post-war Locomotives Rolling Stock and Accessories, including pre-war LNER M3 0-4-0 clockwork Tank Engine, No 50 brake vans (2), post war M1 0-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, seven boxed wagons and coaches, 14 unboxed items of rolling stock including Barrel Wagon (2), Signals (3) and Water Tower, P-G, boxes F (qty) £70-90
764.    A Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Clockwork 4-4-0 'Compound' Locomotive and Tender, the locomotive in BR black but with cabside numbers removed, F, mech tested ok, body with heavy retouching, tender appears to be an original LMS black example with no 4907, F-G, creasing to both sides, some rubbing to transfers and lining (2) £80-120
765.    A Bing for Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Electric 'Ivatt' 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, in LNER green as no 4390, appears to have original 6v DC motor, F, substantial retouching to loco and tender, driving wheels, pickups and coal rails replaced (2) £80-120
766.    A Repainted Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Clockwork 'Duke of York' 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, in LMS maroon as no 2265, as repaint G-VG, mech tested ok (2) £60-90
767.    A Largely-Repainted Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Clockwork 'Princess Elizabeth' 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, the locomotive in lined green with no 1759 to smokebox, as repaint G-VG, fitted with earlier 'Bing-type' mech and later B-L type bogie, tender is a green 1927 'Duke of York' type, F-G, centre axle missing (2) £60-90
768.    A Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Clockwork 'Princess Elizabeth' 4-4-0 Locomotive and Repainted Tender, in lined green as no 2265, locomotive G-VG, driving wheels replaced, mech tested ok, tender is a total repaint, G-VG, (2) £70-100
769.    An over-varnished Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Clockwork 'Princess Elizabeth' 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, in LMS red as no 2265, overall F-G, all wheels replaced, mech tested ok, some retouching and completely gloss over-varnished (2) £70-100
770.    A Very Fine Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Electric 4-6-2 'Flying Scotsman' Locomotive and Tender, in lithographed LNER green finish as no 4472 with corridor tender and DC motor, VG-E, lithography excellent to loco and tender, both original couplings replaced and buffer beams retouched, in original box with instructions, box G, some old paper-tape repairs £600-800
771.    A Partially-Restored Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Electric 'Royal Scot' Locomotive and Tender Project, with the tender nicely repainted in LMS Crimson, the locomotive body repainted but unfinished, partly dismantled, includes replacement front driving wheels and bogie supplied loose, as repaint F-G, lacks coupling and connecting rods and other components (3 - loco, tender, packet of parts) £100-140
772.    A Collection of Bassett-Lowke Tinplate Advertising Signs, 22 signs, all different, including rare 'Au Paradis des Enfants, Paris' (a Bassett-Lowke retailer), News of the World (2), OXO (2), Player's, Whitbread's and others, all G-VG (22) £60-90
773.    A Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Clockwork 'Duchess' Class Locomotive and Tender, in BR green as no 46232 'Duchess of Montrose', with geared-wind clockwork, G-VG, mech tested ok, slight marks to tender paintwork, unboxed (2) £700-1000
774.    A Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Electric 'Flying Scotsman' Locomotive and Tender, in lithographed LNER green finish as no 4472 with corridor tender and DC motor, G, 3-rail pick-up shoes missing, old wrapping damage to varnish on loco and tender, especially to right side of tender, front coupling and buffers replaced and some retouching, unboxed (2) £200-300
775.    A Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Electric 'Jubilee' Class Locomotive and Tender, in LMS Crimson as no 5573 (un-named), loco body and tender by Märklin with red 'Foreign' stamps below, fitted with 20v AC mechanism with manual reversing rod to cab, F-G, parts of valve gear mis-assembled, tender varnish with some marks esp to right side, and corrosion from deteriorated coal, unboxed (2) £700-1000
776.    A Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Electric 'Royal Scot' Locomotive and Tender, in lithographed LMS crimson finish as no 6100 with tender and DC motor, G, 3-rail pick-up shoes missing, some retouching and over-varnishing, unboxed (2) £100-140
777.    A Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Electric Stanier Class 4 2-6-4 Tank Locomotive, in lined LMS black finish as no 2603 with DC motor, VG, unboxed £600-800
778.    Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Freight Stock, comprising an early GWR grey ventilated van no 16613, F, couplings missing and roof repainted, two grey NE 5-plank open wagons both 130911, both G, one with slightly rusty wheels, and a Märklin GNR 7-plank wagon in brown, P-F, litho scratched, couplings replaced and coal load added (4) £60-90
779.    Bassett-Lowke O Gauge North-Eastern Freight Stock, both in NE brick-red, comprising bogie brick wagon no 451004, VG, slight damage to one buffer beam, and double-verandah brake van no 140517, litho VG, remainder F-G, rusting to roof and one coupling missing (2) £60-90
780.    Bassett-Lowke Centenary Figures by D Miles, set No 4, Winston Churchill, Harry Lauder, Charles Rennie MacKintosh, Margaret Rutherford as Miss Marples, Female Celebrity and Gamekeeper, in original plain box, E, box VG £40-60
781.    A Finescale O Gauge Kit- or Scratch-built LNWR 'Experiment' class 4-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, finished in lined satin black as LMS no 5604 'Enchantress', made to a good standard and for 2-rail operation, VG, in wooden carrying case, case G £150-200
782.    A Finescale O Gauge 2-rail SNCF 'Mountain' Class 4-8-2 Locomotive and Tender by Fulgurex, a finely-detailed model finished as SNCF 241P 25 with bogie tender 34P 218, both E, in non-original boxes (2) £700-1000
783.    Three Finescale O Gauge Freight Wagons by Unknown Builders, comprising a North-Eastern box van no 186242 in bauxite brown with sliding doors and an error to one solebar plate, an LMS 'large' cattle wagon in grey no 214871, and LMS box wagon in brown no 212162, all built of wood/fibreboard to a very good standard, overall VG, LMS van partly disassembled due to 'tired glue syndrome', wheels slightly rusty (3 + parts) £50-70
784.    A Rake of Four Finescale O Gauge Tank wagons by Unknown Builders, comprising 'Shell' 'Regent' and 'Esso' tankers in silver livery, and a 'United Dairies' in white, all built and finished to a good standard, overall G-VG, wheels slightly rusty (4) £60-90
785.    A Very Finely Detailed Finescale O Gauge Caustic Soda Bogie Tank Wagon, finished in ICI 'petrol blue' with white lettering as wagon no 294, with detailed cast/etched plates to solebars and other fine work, believed built for the 'K Lines' railway of Mr G P Keen, VG, a little dusty £100-150
786.    An Extremely Finely Detailed Finescale O Gauge Bogie Sulphate Open Wagon believed to be by J S Beeson, finished in NE grey livery as no 164853 and lettered 'Sulphate Return to Hawthorn Hill', with exquisite detailing to side doors and fittings, VG-E, a few faint corrosion marks particularly to interior and very tiny chips to some exposed edges £300-500
787.    A Prize-winning Finescale O Gauge 2-Rail Electric Great Western Railway 'King' Class Locomotive and Display Case, beautifully crafted in nickel-silver with brass and copper fittings, complete backhead detailing, and full rivet detail, unpainted but with nameplates 'King James I' and no 6011, built by James S Bremner in 1972 and winner of the Model Railways Trophy and Model Engineer Silver Medal in 1973, complete on display track and plinth with the above awards recorded, all E, with a Perspex cover, (cover F-G, one end missing and bonding poor on some joints) £2000-3000
788.    An Unmade Finescale O Gauge LMS Fairburn 2-6-4T Locomotive Kit by DJH, Kit ref K303, in original box with wheels, motor and instructions, appears complete but not checked exhaustively, VG-E £120-160
789.    An Unmade Finescale O Gauge LMS De-Streamlined 'Duchess' 4-6-2 Locomotive and Tender Kit by David Andrews, in original box with Slater's wheels, MSC motor/gearbox with flywheel and instructions, appears complete but not checked exhaustively, VG-E £180-220
790.    An Unmade Finescale O Gauge LNER P2 Class 2-8-2 Locomotive and Tender Kit by A C E Products, in original box with Slater's wheels, MSC motor/gearbox with flywheel and instructions, appears complete but not checked exhaustively, VG-E £180-220
791.    An Unmade Finescale O Gauge BR 'Standard' Class 9F Franco-Crosti 2-10-0 Locomotive and Tender Kit by Seven Models (Dave Ennis), in original box with Slater's loco wheels, MSC motor/gearbox with flywheel and instructions, appears complete (except tender wheels) but not checked exhaustively, VG-E £180-220
792.    An Unmade Finescale O Gauge GWR 54/64/74xx Class 0-6-0 Pannier Tank Locomotive Kit by Castle Models, in original box with Slater's loco wheels, Mashima motor, Markits gearbox and instructions, appears complete but not checked exhaustively, VG-E £100-140
793.    An Unmade Finescale O Gauge GWR 56xx Class 0-6-2 Tank Locomotive Kit by CRT Kits, in original box with Slater's loco wheels, Mashima motor, CRT gearbox and instructions, appears complete but not checked exhaustively, VG-E £100-140
794.    An Part-made Finescale O Gauge GWR 48xx Class 0-4-2 Tank Locomotive Kit by CRT Kits, in original box with Slater's loco wheels and Sagami motor, appears largely complete but requires gearbox and some other parts to complete, not checked exhaustively, F-G, some work started on cab and footplate areas, lacks instructions £60-90
795.    An Unmade Finescale O Gauge Lancashire & Yorkshire 'Pug' Class 0-4-0 Saddle Tank Locomotive Kit by Springside 'Sevenscal', in original box with Slater's loco wheels, Buhler motor and gearbox and instructions, appears complete but not checked exhaustively, VG-E £100-140
796.    An Unmade Finescale O Gauge GWR Streamlined AEC Diesel Railcar Kit by Mega Kits, ref SPE 7001, in original box with wheels, Mashima motor, gears and instructions, to build a car of the series 8-16, etched brass parts with resin-cast ends, appears complete but not checked exhaustively, VG-E £120-160
797.    An Unmade Finescale O Gauge LMS Experimental No 10000 Diesel Locomotive Kit by Nigel Stanley Models, in original box with wheels, RJH-pattern motor, gears, Delrin chain drive and instructions, etched brass shaped body shell with white-metal cast ends, appears complete but not checked exhaustively, VG-E £120-160
798.    Unmade Finescale O Gauge GWR 'B-set' Coaching Stock Kits by Haywood Railway Kits, comprising 2 Collett non-corridor brake composite coaches, in original boxes with wheels and bogie frames, appear complete but not checked exhaustively, VG-E (2) £70-100
799.    Unmade Finescale O Gauge GWR Coaching Stock Kits by Blacksmith Models and Westdale, comprising a diagram A31 Autotrailer by Blacksmith, etched brass body sides with white-metal cast ends, and a B-set coach by Westdale with ready-made bogies, both in original boxes with instructions, both appear complete but not checked exhaustively, VG-E (2) £70-100
800.    Three Finescale O Gauge GWR Freight Wagon Kits by Parkside Dundas, comprising PS26 12-ton covered van, PS29 12-ton Fruit van and PS48 'Tevan' express goods van, all in original boxes with wheels and instructions, appear complete but not checked exhaustively, VG-E (3) £60-90
801.    Three Finescale O Gauge GWR Freight Wagon Kits by Parkside Dundas, comprising PS23 13-ton 5-plank open, PS27 12/13-ton open and PS47 20-ton loco coal wagon, all in original boxes with wheels and instructions, appear complete but not checked exhaustively, VG-E (3) £60-90
802.    Two Finescale O Gauge GWR Freight Wagon Kits by Seven Models and Wep Models, comprising diagram M2 shunter's truck kit by 'Seven', complete with wheels, and a twin-tank Cordon wagon by 'Wep' without wheels, both in original packets with instructions, appear complete but not checked exhaustively, VG-E (2) £40-60
803.    An O Gauge Finescale GWR 65-foot Turntable Kit by Metal Smith Ltd and Two Points, the turntable kit in original packing with instructions, appears complete but not exhaustively checked, together with two finescale right turnouts on fibre sleepers, maker unknown, G-VG (3) £40-60
804.    A Group of Kit-built Finescale O Gauge Private Owner Wagons, comprising open coal wagons by Slater's or similar in the liveries of Denby Grange, Prince of Wales, Parkend Collieries and Morris & Holloway, together with a Stubbs & Co Salt wagon by Janick models, all G-VG except corrosion to salt wagon roof (5) £70-100
805.    A Group of Kit-built Finescale O Gauge GWR and MR Wagons, comprising 2 open coal wagons by Cooper Craft as GW loco coal 10-tonners 9315 and 23001, a Blacksmith models GW 21t loco coal no 63054, together with a Midland 'large' Cattle wagon no 23014 by unknown maker, all built and painted to a good standard in 5 shades of grey, G-VG (4) £60-90
806.    Three Kit-built Finescale O Gauge GWR 20t Loco Coal Wagons by Blacksmith Models, all made and painted to a good standard as nos 33345, 83526 and 110492, all VG, non-original boxes (3) £60-90
807.    An O Gauge Finescale Kit-built GWR 'Monster' Bogie Van by DJB Engineering, nicely made from an etched brass kit and finished in GW chocolate brown as no 465, VG, roof not fixed and with some marks to paintwork, in original kit box £70-100
808.    O Gauge Finescale Kit-built GWR Freight Stock by MetalModels and Parkside Dundas, the MetalModels 'Siphon F' bogie van substantially completed to a good standard, some small parts supplied loose to fit, the Parkside a 12t covered van, also made-up and partly painted, both G, in original kit boxes (2) £60-90
809.    An O Gauge Finescale Kit-built GWR 'Flying Banana' AEC Parcels Railcar, believed to be from a 'MegaKits' etched brass kit, finished to a good standard in GW brown/cream as no 17 (but without 'Express Parcels' lettering, fitted with Mashima motor, G, some detachment of gold lining strips, and rusting to wheels £100-150
810.    An O Gauge Finescale Kit-built GWR Outside-framed 'Bulldog' Class 4-4-0 Locomotive Only, painted in GWR green as no 3391 'Dominion of Canada', with Swiss motor & gearbox, part dismantled, F, needs reassembly, lacks tender (3 parts) £70-100
811.    An O Gauge Finescale Kit-built GWR 'Heavy Freight' 2-8-0 Locomotive and Tender, nicely finished in weathered GWR green as no 2858, with Mashima motor and Slater's gearbox, inscribed under footplate 'built by MEP, 1993' and 'No 7', overall G-VG, chassis fixing screw missing (so body is loose), small area of paint loss under right side footplate, supplied with 2 cast metal footplate crew (4) £200-300
812.    Two Finescale O Gauge Kit-built GWR Non-Corridor Brake/Composite Coaches, from unknown kits or scratch-built, coach nos 6803 and 6809, both finished to a very good standard in brown/cream livery, VG (2) £80-120
813.    Two Finescale O Gauge Kit-built GWR Corridor Coaches, comprising 12-wheel 1st/3rd restaurant car no 9671 and full-third coach no 786, both finished to a very good standard in brown/cream livery, but F-G, former with body detached from underframe and other loose parts, the later with one bogie supplied loose, and a number of loose roofboards (2 + loose parts) £80-120
814.    Two Finescale O Gauge Kit-built GWR Corridor Clerestory Coaches, from Mallard Models kits, comprising 1st/2nd class composites nos 1481 and 1486, both finished to a very good standard in brown/cream livery, 1481 VG, 1486 G-VG, one corridor connection detached, some retouching to footboards and slight rusting to wheels (2 + loose corridor) £100-140
815.    Two Finescale O Gauge Kit-built GWR Non-Corridor Clerestory Coaches, comprising short 3rd class coach no 3031 and longer 3rd class no 16, both made to a good standard in brown/cream livery, both G, 3031 with grubby roof, some interior fittings loose and one coupling missing, 16 with missing/damaged footboards and other minor damages (2) £70-100
816.    A Finescale O Gauge Kit-built GWR Coach and Rail Cleaner, the coach probably by Cavalier coaches in metal as Brake/1st/3rd composite no 6487 in brown/cream 'shirtbutton' livery, F, mildew to roof, several window glazings loose or missing, one corridor connection attached as kit, together with a 'Centerline Products' (USA) rail cleaning device with 5 spare cleaning rollers in case (2) £70-100
817.    A Finescale O Gauge Kit-built GWR Corridor Coach, from a Mallard Models kit, well-finished in Edwardian-period maroon livery as brake/3rd no 3542 with interior detailing, G-VG, some window glazings loose, roof needs re-fixing at centre £70-100
818.    Two Finescale O Gauge Kit-built LMS Non-Corridor Coaches, both full-3rd's, no 5460 in earlier LMS maroon livery and 11374 in later maroon, both finished to a good standard, both G, with some damages, including 11374 having loose glazings and interior fittings and one bogie detached (3 inc bogie) £70-100
819.    A Finescale O Gauge LMS 1st/3rd Composite 12-wheel Sleeping Car by JBC Models of Sheffield, with body sides in the 'Exley-style', finished in LMS maroon livery as no 2506, G, some spotting to roof and some small scratches to sides £80-120
820.    A Finescale O Gauge GWR 1st/3rd Composite 12-wheel Restaurant Car by EK Models, finished in brown/cream as car 9523, VG, slight rusting to wheels £100-140
821.    A Finescale O Gauge GWR brake/3rd Coach by EK Models, finished in brown/cream as car 4985, VG, slight rusting to wheels £90-120
822.    A Finescale O Gauge GWR brake/3rd Coach by EK Models, finished in brown/cream as car 1430, VG, slight rusting to wheels £90-120
823.    Finescale O Gauge Scratch- and Kit-built GWR Buildings, including a fine kit-built 'Dartmouth' signal box with full interior detail (G, some parts loose), another wood/card signal box, F, missing roof, a wooden station building in dark brown with cream relief, F, detritus to roof, a grey water-crane and a mostly-dismantled water tower, P-F (5 items + parts) £50-80
824.    A Collection of Kit-built and Commercial Lower-Quadrant (GWR) Signals, including one bracket signal by Bassett-Lowke, 3 double-arm brackets, two three-arm brackets and one four-arm, along with three single post signals and a boxed set of locomotive fire-irons by Masterpiece models, mostly VG, some with minor damage (11) £80-120
825.    A Finescale O Gauge Layout with Track Point Levers and Turntable, the track apparently built from basic components with fibre sleepers, cast chairs and steel rails, arranged for 2-rail electric operation, with a substantial array of lever-operated points and other features, the majority on blockboard bases, the GWR turntable on a MDF base (with damp damage), overall size of boards varies up to 8' long, 7-8 boards in total with various other supporting walls and the like, overall F, some surface rusting to rails, some damage from dismantling/transit, some parts appear never completed and un-ballasted (qty) £50-80
826.    A Collection of Wooden and Card Rolling Stock Boxes, various sizes for coaching stock, locos or other items, mostly substantial wooden boxes F-G (qty) £10-20
827.    An Exley O Gauge 3-car Southern Electric Set, converted for 2-rail operation, with powered motor coach no 3223, matching trailer car 3444 and centre coach 2111, all G-VG, some wear/chips to roof vents, solebars and 'spotting' to motor coach roof, in possibly original box, taped repairs to lid (3) £700-1000
828.    Two Märklin O Gauge Short Tinplate Wagons-Lits Coaches, in CIWL blue livery, the dining car with interior and two resident ladies, the sleeping car without interior, both G, several small chips to each and crazing to original varnish (2) £250-350
829.    Two Bassett-Lowke O Gauge LNWR/LMS Dining Saloons, the classic Carette-styled 12-wheel design, one in LNWR brown/ivory colours, the other LMS maroon, both P-F, LNW with some retouching and over varnished, with repainted roof, replacement wheels and buffers, corridor connections added, the LMS version overall faded/scratchy, some corrosion to underside, buffers missing or damaged, one roof vent missing (2) £70-100
830.    An Exley O Gauge LMS 3rd Class Dining Car, in LMS maroon as no 7080, with sprung axle mountings and hand-painted lettering, with interior detailing, F-G, some scratching to roof and rather dark retouching to body sides £70-100
831.    An O Gauge 12-wheel LMS 3rd-Class Corridor Coach by Milbro or similar, in LMS maroon as no 1089, with cast-brass 6-wheel bogies and wooden body, with interior partitions, G-VG, one window broken and one buffer beam detached £60-90
832.    A Pair of O Gauge LMS Corridor Coaches by Milbro or similar, a 1st/3rd composite no 1239, and all-3rd no 2056, both in LMS maroon and with cast-brass 4-wheel bogies and wooden bodies, with interior corridor partitions, both G-VG, (2) £80-120
833.    Repainted Vintage O Gauge Coaching Stock by Various Makers, including Bing Pullman Saloon in LSWR colours, 2 Bing 4-wheel suburbans and a Hornby No 1 also in LSWR colours, a repainted Hornby Metrpolitan coach, and two much-modified LNWR baggage vans, as repaints G (7) £70-100
834.    O Gauge Open Wagons and Vans by LMC and Others, including paper-sided 'Manchester Collieries' (2), Cawoods, Coote & Warren, GCR, 3 LMC Bakelite wagons and others possibly by Milbro or similar, mostly P-F with retouching, repainting or minor damages (21) £60-90
835.    O Gauge Vans Tar Wagons and Others by LMC and Others, including some possibly from kits, with Met Rly van, NE horse box, LBSC cattle, NE and SR brake vans, mostly P-F with retouching, repainting or minor damages (17) £60-90
836.    O Gauge Wooden Freight Stock by LMC, with lithographed paper sides, comprising GWR 'Toad' brake van and cattle wagon both in dark grey, together with a SR open wagon with renewed black litho's, and a SR covered van in brown, F-G, some minor damages to paper sides (4) £40-60
837.    An O Gauge 3-rail Converted Bing 2-car Southern Electric set, a pair of Bing saloon coaches, one fitted with a modified motor bogie, the other with Hornby bogies, both altered and repainted in SR green livery, as repaints F-G (2) £70-100
838.    Bing O Gauge GNR Clockwork Locomotives and Tenders, comprising 'Apollo' no 504, heavily overpainted, with Carette-type GNR tender, G, together with GNR 776 and tender, both over-varnished, F-G (4) £100-140
839.    An Early Bing O Gauge Clockwork 4-4-0 Locomotive with Repro Tender, the locomotive in green with maroon wheels as no 776, with 'Belpaire' type firebox, circa 1912, G, slight retouching and Hornby lamps fitted, tender is a total repro in L&SWR green (2) £70-100
840.    A Bing O Gauge Converted Electric 'George the Fifth' 4-4-0 Locomotive with Repro Tender, the locomotive in LNWR black as no 2663, with replacement 12v DC mechanism by 'RJC', G-VG, some retouching and Hornby bogie wheels fitted, tender is a total repro in lined LNWR black, G, slight damage to coal rail (2) £70-100
841.    A Repainted Bing O Gauge Clockwork Geared-wind 0-6-0 Locomotive with Repro Tender, the locomotive heavily over-painted in black with crimson footplate, the tender is a total reproduction in gloss black as Southern 701, overall F, mech tested ok, and complete with a key (3) £90-120
842.    Two Incomplete Bing Continental-Style O Gauge Clockwork 4-4-0 Locomotives and One Tender, two largely-similar locomotives with 'Coupe-vent' smokebox, chimneys and cabs, one with original 'GBN' cypher below smokebox, the other with a curious but apparently-original transfer applied with a train image and initials 'E.H.' (possibly a Continental Wholesaler?), one P, one F, both lack coupling rods and other parts, one mech appears jammed, the other with two replacement wheels, together with one matching tender, F, general playwear (3) £60-90
843.    Early Hornby and Bing O Gauge Clockwork Locomotives and Tenders, comprising a Bing-style Hornby 'tinprinted' locomotive in LNWR black as no 2663 'George the Fifth', with non-reversing motor, 'MLd L' to smokebox front and a 'Hornby Series' transfer under the cab, together with a Bing LNWR tender, a Bing LNWR 'King George V' 0-4-0 no 1902 with tender, smokebox door replaced, together with a converted electric 0-4-0T in red as no 1573, body modified/retouched, fitted with modern 12v dc mechanism, overall F (5) £70-100
844.    Bing O Gauge 4-wheel British Coaching Stock, including four different GWR stock and three Midland/LMS, all different, all F-G, one with repainted roof (7) £40-60
845.    Bing O Gauge Bogie Continental Coaching Stock, including small 0288 coaches in maroon and green, a larger 0287 brake coach in green, and an uncommon Bub/Bing Packwagen with DR eagle and combined trademarks, all F, with chips and playwear (4) £50-80
846.    Bing/Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Bogie British Coaching Stock, comprising a Bing LMS brake/3rd coach with opening roof and interior partitions, F, grubby, crazing to varnish and fading to one side, together with two B-L 'shortie' LNER teak coaches no 235, both P-F, one fitted with Hornby bogies (3) £60-90
847.    Bing O Gauge 4-wheel British Freight Stock, mostly 'long thin' types, including two side tippers, Shell and BP tank wagons, horse transporter, timber wagon, barrel wagon, LNWR brake van and three others, mostly F-G, general playwear and some small parts missing (11) £50-80
848.    Bing O Gauge Later British Freight Stock, including bogie Milk Traffic wagon, Refrigerator van in original box base with label, grey Milk Traffic 7419, LMS brake van, GW 7-plank and 3 SR open wagons, and one GW 7-plank in wood, mostly F, general playwear, fading and old damage to varnish (9) £60-90
849.    A Scratchbuilt O Gauge Coarse-Scale Electric M7 class 0-4-4 Tank Locomotive and Coaches, the locomotive with scratchbuilt 3-rail mechanism and DC 'can' motor, made to a fair standard and painted in SR green as no 325, together with two scratchbuilt 4-wheel coaches (one wood, one plastikard), both in SR green livery, overall F-G £100-140
850.    A Leeds Model Co O Gauge Electric 'Sentinel' Railcar and Trailer Car, the motor car in LNER green/cream as 'Nettle', appearing substantially original but with a little retouching, together with an unpowered and un-named railcar made by Maurice Pilsworth using repro LMC paper sides, both G-VG, trailer missing one buffer (2) £100-140
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) £80-120
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) £120-160
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) £50-80
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) £40-60
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) £50-80
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 £60-90
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) £70-100
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) £60-90
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) £50-80
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) £50-80
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) £50-80
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) £70-100
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) £70-100
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) £60-90
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) £70-100
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) £60-90
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) £70-100
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) £70-100
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) £40-60
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) £60-90
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) £80-120
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) £50-80
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) £100-140
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) £60-90
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) £50-80
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) £60-90
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) £70-100
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) £60-90
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) £50-80
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) £60-90
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) £50-80
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) £50-80
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) £40-60
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) £30-50
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) £50-70
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 £80-120
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) £120-160
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) £100-140
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 £50-80
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) £60-90
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) £70-100
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 £70-100
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 £70-100
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 £60-90
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 £50-80
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 £50-80
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 £80-120
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 £60-90
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) £70-100
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 £120-160
901.    A Later Bing O Gauge 'Wayside Station', with buff brickwork and festooned with tinprinted advertisements, overall G-VG, lithography excellent, with some scratches to platform base and retouching to canopy supports, one candle-holder missing, the other damaged £70-100
902.    A Bub O Gauge Continental-style Station Building, on low rectangular platform with cream printed walls and green doors and window shutters, light green platform canopy, graduated red embossed tiled roof with 6 dormers, socket for lamp fitting and a magnificent clock tower, overall G-VG, small areas of paint loss to roof ridges £70-100
903.    A Mixed Lot of Mostly O Gauge Wagons Hornby Boxes and Other Items, including Märklin MR brake van and Bub open wagon, both G, stripped Bing '999' tender, B-L open wagon body only, both P, a boxed Meccano no 1A clockwork motor with key, VG, a tin of Hornby/Meccano and other winding keys, Hornby O Gauge extension platform fences (8), mostly P-F, empty boxes/lids and other items, mostly P-F, (qty) £50-80
904.    A Scratch-built O Gauge 3-Rail Electric Great Eastern Railway 2-4-2 Tank Locomotive, with Hornby 20v mechanism, and painted in GER blue livery as no 58, with stove-pipe chimney and condensing pipes, F-G £70-100
905.    A Scratch-built O Gauge 2-Rail Electric Great Eastern Railway class G15 0-4-0 Tram Locomotive, later classified class Y6 by the LNER, this example finished with teak upper works and GER blue solebars as no 132, nicely made and finished with compensated chassis, G-VG £70-100
906.    A Scratch or Kit-built O Gauge 2-Rail Electric Andrew Barclay Industrial 0-4-0 Saddle Tank Locomotive, finely made in brass and finished in lined black as SD3 'Mayor', with compensated chassis, G, some areas of paint loss to right tank, chimney and other areas £70-100
907.    An Imp Models O Gauge (Narrow Gauge) 'Beyer Peacock' Industrial 0-4-0 Tank Locomotive, from a white-metal freelance kit painted in green and black, for battery operation, F, several small parts detached, drive gears not meshed and wheels need quartering, with original box containing the loose parts and unpainted driver figure (2) £60-90
908.    A Scratchbuilt O Gauge Coarse-Scale LNER class D13 Body and Tender with Hornby Freight Stock, the loco body and tender painted in light green with no 7777 to tender, no mechanism included but body appears intended to take a clockwork motor, F, together with four Hornby wagons and an LNER container, all F-G (7) £40-60
909.    Three-Rail/Stud Contact O Gauge Track by Bassett-Lowke and Others, comprising a double-slip and short LH parallel turnout with third rail, together with a right turnout and long LH parallel turnout for stud contact, with close (scale) sleepers and cast chairs, all F-G, some minor damages and parts missing (4) £40-60
910.    A Quantity of O Gauge 3-rail Track by Various Makers, including B-L brass raised centre rail type, 2 points, 4 straight lengths and 3 curves, together with 10 curves (needs 16 to a circle) and 4 straight sections by Le Rapide or similar, with fine rolled tinplate rails on wood sleepers, F-G (qty) £40-60
911.    Hornby and Other O Gauge Spare Parts and Meccano Magazines, parts include a No 2 clockwork motor with wheels and coupling rods, corridor connections, assorted wheels, couplings and other parts, 3 bags of vintage Bassett-Lowke and other scale posters, together with a small collection of early 'MM's between December 1923 and March 1938 (approx 10 issues) and 2 other magazines, (qty) £50-70
912.    Bing O Gauge LMS and GWR 4-wheeled Coaching Stock, comprising 3 LMS 1st/3rd composite coaches and 2 passenger brakes, 3 GWR composites and 3 brakes, each approx 5" long, overall G, one lMs has repainted roof, 2 others with a little rusting, 2 droplinks missing (11) £70-100
913.    A Bing O Gauge Live Steam 'Power' Locomotive and Tender, in green as no 3410 with brass boiler and matching lined green tender, oscillating cylinder in cab with gear drive, overall G, with safety valve but missing burner and coupling to tender (2) £50-70
914.    A Bing O Gauge Clockwork Tank Locomotive Spare Tender and Leeds NER Coach, comprising a 'North London'-style tank locomotive in LNER green as no 504, F, mech tested ok but missing all buffers and chimney, some damage to original varnish, a loose 4-wheel green tender, F-G, and a wooden paper sided LMC brake/luggage van in NER lined red livery, P, roof loose, damage to both ends, buffers missing (3) £50-70
915.    Bing O Gauge Freight Stock, comprising a red Explosives van no 163581, F-G, some damage to varnish at ends, together with a red Shell tank wagon with detailed solebars, G-VG (2) £60-80
916.    Bing O Gauge Freight Stock, including 2 early GNR 5-plank wagons in brick red, and later 7-plank open in NE grey with no 75923 to solebar, and 5-plank GWR 1927 and LMS 1924, both in grey with black/white detailing, overall G, NE has some bubble-wrap damage to varnish, one GN with crease to one side and buffer missing, four have cast replacement wheels (5) £50-70
917.    Bing and Other O Gauge Freight Stock, including 2 Shell tank wagons, side-tipper, milk traffic van, set of 4 barrels for barrel wagon, carriage truck and others by Bub, mostly F, together with a small Bing turntable, P (qty) £60-80
918.    A Scratchbuilt O Gauge Electric Stanier 'Mogul' Locomotive and Tender, substantially weighted and finished in lined LMS black as no 2981, with Fowler-type coal-rail tender, F-G, cab roof detached and lacks electrical pick-up, some deterioration to coal in tender (2) £200-300
919.    An O Gauge Electric Midland Railway 'Compound' Locomotive and Tender, possibly based on a Bassett-Lowke body but substantially modified and with scratch-built tender, nicely finished in MR Crimson as no 1038, VG (2) £120-160
920.    A Group of 'Budget-Price' O Gauge Trains by Chad Valley and Others, including C-V BR blue 4-4-0 no 10138, G, mech tested ok, lacks tender, a SR green 0-4-0 no 3402 and tender, G, mech ok, C-V wooden buffers, , a Brimtoy signal and two red/cream coach bodies, and a Mettoy c/w mech, all P-F (7) £30-50
921.    A Large Box of Hornby and other O Gauge Stations Bridges and Scenic Accoutrements, including Hornby station with opening doors (roof repainted), 'Wembley' island platform, level crossings and turntables, a Bing girder bridge with ramps and signals, a wooden signal box and home-made metal footbridge, Lionel 'Railroad Crossing' sign and other items, mostly P-F (qty) £50-70
922.    A Lionel O Gauge American 3-rail Electric 238E Locomotive and Tender, a 4-4-2 with cast streamlined body for Pennsylvania RR with pressed plate bogie tender, both appear repainted in silver-blue, loco bogies replaced, tender with crudely-added outside pickup shoes, P-F (2) £30-50
923.    A Lionel O Gauge no 753 Articulated Coach Body Only, forming a part of an M10000 diesel articulated set, body only in original box, without bogies, body sides and base G-VG, legend bright and clear, roof detached and with paint loss, box F (2 parts in original box) £20-40
924.    A Stronlite O Gauge Electric Southern Railway Train, with 3-rail 0-4-0T locomotive in SR black as no 104 and two SR green bogie coaches, P-F, loco paintwork flaky and legend rubbed (3) £60-90
925.    Märklin O Gauge LNWR Carriage Restoration Projects, comprising 2 baggage vans no 1436 and one coach no 1153, all P, bogies possibly non-original (one is home-made), roofs detached, but couplings and buffers complete, rusty and grubby (3 + 3 roofs) £30-50
926.    Bassett-Lowke and Bing O Gauge Locomotive Bodies and Projects, including a largely-dismembered B-L live steam 'Enterprise' 4-4-0 locomotive, a B-L 0-6-0T body in black no 5374, 'Duke of York' body in red no 1927, and a Bing LNER green 'George the Fifth' loco body and tender, all P, all with various parts missing, playwear and corrosion (5) £50-70
927.    A Fine and Early (pre-1908) Bing O Gauge German CIWL 'Schlafwagen', in printed brown wood finish with gold-lacquered lining and grey roof, painted lime-green interior, fitted with early buffers and couplings, G, three door handles damaged, one wheelset replaced, slight damage to interior seating, one drop-link missing, slight playwear £60-80
928.    A Slightly Later (post-1908) Bing O Gauge German CIWL 'Schlafwagen', in printed red wood finish with orange panels, green lining and grey roof, printed green 'wood-grain' interior, fitted with early buffers and slightly later couplings, F-G, one door handle damaged, one drop-link missing, some small areas of corrosion to roof, body and one door £50-70
929.    A Pair of Post-WW1 Bing O Gauge German Bogie Coaches, comprising a coach and baggage car, both in printed red with orange panels without lettering, green lining and light grey roofs, plain grey interiors, both G, coach has one chair back broken and both have replacement (Kraus) couplings, one wheelset replaced in baggage car (2) £70-100
930.    An Exley O Gauge K5-Series GWR Coach, 1st/3rd composite no 6663, in GW brown/cream livery, G, a little retouching and some small chips/rubs, both coupling links missing, roof appears repainted in matt black £100-150
931.    An Exley O Gauge K5-Series GWR Coach, All-3rd coach no 6638, in GW brown/cream livery, G-VG, a few small blemishes and minor chips/rubs, one coupling link missing, roof appears repainted in matt black, underframe black a little flaky £100-150
932.    An Exley O Gauge K5-Series GWR Coach, Brake-3rd coach no 5563, in GW brown/cream livery, G-VG, a few small blemishes and minor chips/rubs, polish marks to one end, roof appears repainted in matt black, underframe black a little flaky £100-150
933.    An Exley O Gauge K5-Series GWR Coach, Restaurant Car no 5655, in GW brown/cream livery, G-VG, a few minor chips/rubs, one coupling link missing, roof appears repainted in matt black, underframe black a little flaky £100-150
934.    An Exley O Gauge K5-Series GWR Coach, Luggage Van no 222, in GW brown/cream livery with 'Plymouth and Paddington Ocean Express' roofboards, G-VG, a few minor chips/rubs, roof appears repainted in matt black, underframe black a little flaky £100-150
935.    An Exley O Gauge K5-Series GWR Coach, Ocean Mails Luggage Van no 243, in GW brown/cream livery, G-VG, a few minor chips/rubs, roof appears repainted in matt black, underframe black a little flaky £100-150
936.    An Exley O Gauge K6-Series GWR Coach, All 3rd coach no 8855, in GW brown/cream livery, VG, some very minor chips/rubs, roof showing some mild corrosion £100-150
937.    An Exley O Gauge K6-Series GWR Coach, 3rd class Sleeping car no 5990 with later-style bogies, in GW brown/cream livery, VG, some very minor chips, roof showing some mild corrosion £100-150
938.    A Scratch-built O Gauge SECR Brake/Composite Coach, painted in SECR maroon livery with 1st/2nd/3rd class and brake compartments, as coach no 95, 'birdcage' lookout to guard's section, G, some footboards slightly loose £30-50
939.    A Bing German Newspaper Kiosk Platform Accessory for O Gauge or Larger, in white with green roof and German inscriptions 'Zeitungen', dummy lamps to each side and working light to inside (possibly an addition), later BW embossed to base, overall G, paint loss to areas of base, roof and serving counters £80-120
940.    Two Bing British Train Indicator Platform Accessories for O Gauge or Larger, comprising a 'Clock-tower' type indicator with three destination boards, and a large 'dresser' type with two drawers and set of 8 destination boards, all F, some parts slightly bent or corroded (2 + boards) £60-90
941.    Two Bing Continental Train Indicator Platform Accessories for O Gauge or Larger, each with four hinged destination boards, one to German stations, the other an uncommon version with Dutch stations, both F, all eight 'pull-handles' missing, one arm (Den Haag) with pull bracket broken (2) £60-90
942.    A Bing British Train Indicator Platform Accessory for O Gauge or Larger, an earlier example with 'slide-in' destination boards for 'Brighton', 'Leeds', 'Liverpool', 'Suburban Train' and 'Up Main Line Train', F-G, together with a level crossing sign by unknown maker (7 including destination plates) £50-80
943.    A Märklin British Train Indicator Platform Accessory for O Gauge or Larger, pedestal-type with sliding destination boards 'Bradford/Brighton' and 'Dover/London', legend 'Train from…. Minutes late' to each side of box, corrugated brown roof with detachable flags 'Entrance' and 'Way-Out', VG (3 inc small flags) £70-100
944.    A Bing German Ticket Dispenser and Roller-Type Timetable Display Platform Accessories for O Gauge or Larger, the ticket rack headed 'Fahrkarten' with pigeon-holes for six different Continental tickets, G, general playwear, lacks tickets, together with a woodgrain-finished roller-display unit, P-F, lacks destination roll, generally playworn and slightly corroded (2) £70-100
945.    An Uncommon Rivarossi/AHM Kit-built O Gauge 2-rail Illinois Central 4-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, nicely made and finished in ICRR black as no 382 with bogie tender, VG-E (2) £200-300
946.    A Collection of O Gauge Track Accessories by Hornby and Others, including 3 Hornby level crossings (1 boxed), Hornby water tower and footbridge with 2 corner plates missing, 4 Mettoy girder bridges (one electric), two Hornby and two Bing viaduct ramps only, viaducts not included, and a Russian dockside crane toy with clockwork mechanism missing, mostly F-G, (qty) £30-50
947.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'A4' Class Locomotive and Tender, in lined BR blue livery as no 60007 'Sir Nigel Gresley', VG, light wear to pick-up shoes, very small crease to front left side of tender, box G-VG, one corner split, complete with instructions £500-700
948.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'West Country' Class Locomotive and Tender, in lined BR green livery as no 34001 'Exeter', VG, light wear to pick-up shoes, very small dint to right side of boiler casing (from inside), box VG, complete with 'Atlantic Coast Express' headboard and code discs in bag £500-700
949.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'Schools' Class Locomotive and Tender, in lined BR green livery as no 30925 'Cheltenham', VG, light wear to pick-up shoes, small mark to left side smoke deflector, Ace plaque to rear of tender slightly loose, box VG, complete with instructions £500-700
950.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'Duchess' Class Locomotive and Tender, in lined BR green livery as no 46232 'Duchess of Montrose' with double chimney, VG-E, very light wear to pick-up shoes, box VG, complete with instructions and two train headboards in bag £500-700
951.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'Britannia' Class Locomotive and Tender, in lined BR green livery as no 70019 'Lightning', VG-E, very light wear to pick-up shoes, box VG, slight mildew to Ace wrapping cloths, complete with instructions, lamps and train headboards in bag £500-700
952.    A Bassett-Lowke by Corgi O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'Rebuilt Royal Scot' Class Locomotive and Tender, in lined BR green livery as no 46100 'Royal Scot', production no 136, VG-E, very light wear to pick-up shoes, box VG, complete with instructions, lamps and train headboards in bag £400-600
953.    An ACE Trains O Gauge C/5 Corridor Coach Set 'A', containing 3 coaches in BR red/cream livery, E5029, E13030 and E35260, all VG-E, still with protective film attached to sides, in original box with set of 6 'The Elizabethan' roof boards, box VG £100-150
954.    An ACE Trains O Gauge C/13 Mark 1 Corridor Coach Set 'B', containing 3 coaches in BR Southern Region green livery, 4375, 15032 and 34156, all VG, some protective film residue to edges, in original box with 'Atlantic Coast Express' running boards attached, box G, some spotting to lid £100-150
955.    An ACE Trains O Gauge C/2 Corridor Coach Set, containing 5 coaches in LMS crimson livery with printed-on 'Merseyside Express' running boards, nos 4799, 4195 (2), 4183 and 26133, G-VG, 26133 has some rust spots to sides and underframe, 4183 with very slight underframe rusting, all in original box, box G £140-180
956.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'Castle' Class Locomotive and Tender, in lined BR green livery as no 4079 'Pendennis Castle', VG, slight mildew to loco body, pick-up shoes indicate unused, box VG, complete with GWR route map £500-700
957.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'A3' Class Locomotive and Tender, in lined BR green livery as no 60058 'Blair Atholl', VG-E, light wear to pick-up shoes, box VG, complete with instructions £500-700
958.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'Stanier' Class 4MT 2-6-4T Locomotive, in lined BR black livery as no 42465, VG-E, light wear to pick-up shoes, box VG, slight mildew to Ace wrapping cloth £400-600
959.    A Bassett-Lowke by Corgi O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'N' Class Locomotive and Tender, in lined BR black livery as no 31407, production no 259, VG-E, slight paint loss to front left bogie wheel, very light wear to pick-up shoes, box VG, complete with instructions and bag of indicator discs £300-400
960.    Three ACE Trains O Gauge Tank Wagon Sets, Set A, 'United Dairies', B 'Nestlé's Milk' and C 'Express Dairy', each containing 3 similar wagons, all E, boxes VG-E (9 wagons in 3 boxes) £150-200
961.    A Repainted Lima O Gauge 2-rail Continental Bo-Bo Diesel Locomotive and Assorted Freight Wagons, the locomotive representing BR Gas-Turbine no 18100 in BR black livery, together with 6 assorted 4-wheel wagons, including 3 by Lima, 1 by Triang Big-Big, one by Leeds and a kit-built finescale shunter's wagon, mostly F-G, some missing couplings and/or weathered (7) £60-80
962.    A Wilag Gauge 1 Märklin -style German Bogie Coach, in DR green as no 19411, a 1st/2nd composite with 'Genf-Lausanne' side boards, overall G, all roof vents removed, unboxed £100-150
963.    A Part-Dismantled Gauge 1 Bub Continental Clockwork Locomotive, in lined green livery, overall G, spring removed and supplied separately, lacks tender (2) £50-80
964.    Vintage Gauge 1 Rolled Brass 3-rail Track and Wheels the track by Bassett-Lowke or similar, comprising 3 left and one right-hand points, one curved track, various old wheelsets, and a Track-King electronic controller by Codar for train and points control (16v output) £30-50
965.    A Scratch-built Gauge 1 'Great Northern Hotel' Low-relief Building, in Bassett-Lowke style pink brickwork with 8 original B-L tinprinted advertising signs to front face and nicely made raised 'GN Hotel' lettering, building measures 24" wide to front face x 11" deep, frontage has aperture below large enough for trains to pass through, with flat roof, overall G £30-40
966.    An Incomplete Gauge 1 Clockwork 'Peckett' 0-4-0 Saddle Tank Locomotive by Carette, in lined black with 'G C Co N' motifs to cab sides, body G-VG, some areas possibly retouched, smokebox door lacks retaining nut, mechanism F, not tested, brake latching spring and reversing control rod missing, other small modifications, lacks body fixing screws £150-200
967.    An Incomplete Bing Gauge 1 Clockwork Caledonian Railway 0-6-0 Locomotive and Tender 'Project Box', the locomotive with paint stripped, most of cab reduced to basic components and missing chimney and some other small parts, fitted with 2-speed motor which runs a little fitfully, tender is partially-stripped with left side and rear in CR blue, coal rails missing, overall P-F (2) £150-200
968.    A Rake of Repainted Gauge 1 Coaching Stock, all rather heavily overpainted in dark brown 'CR' livery, 5 are original 6-wheel 'Clemenson' coaches adapted to 2-axleusing some original parts, another is Märklin , one possibly Carette and one wooden coach, most with Carette-style couplings fitted and replacement (wooden) roofs, all P-F (8) £120-160
969.    A Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 LNWR Composite Non-Corridor Coach, in LNWR 'plum and spilt milk' colours as no 1322, overall G, some retouching to old scratches and roof repainted, 2 buffers missing £60-90
970.    A Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 LNWR Corridor Dining Saloon, in LNWR 'plum and spilt milk' colours as no 13210 with 6-wheel bogies, overall G-VG, one door handle and several buffer components missing, a few small scratches or marks to litho sides, roof appears original but with crazing to paint finish £80-120
971.    A Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 GWR Corridor 1st Class Coach, in GWR all-over maroon colours as no 132, overall G-VG, one axlebox missing, wheels replaced and are slightly rusty, crazing to varnish on sides, some paint loss to roof £80-120
972.    A Carette/Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Tar Tank Wagon, with rectangular tank, in black with grey detailing as no 1909, fitted with cast-iron wheels, overall G, some filliform corrosion to printed areas £60-90
973.    A Carette/Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 'WH Hull & Son' Open Wagon, 7-plank in green-grey with off-white lettering, wagon no 405 to sides, fitted with slightly rusty cast-iron disc wheels and anti-lock buffers (these probably non-original), otherwise VG £60-90
974.    A Carette/Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 'City of Birmingham Gas Dept' Open Wagon, 7-plank in brick red with off-white lettering, wagon no 1201 to sides, fitted with cast-iron wheels, one buffer replaced and two detached, three are supplied loose along with Bing-type couplers, otherwise G, one axlebox missing (2 including bag of parts) £60-90
975.    A Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Caledonian Railway Open Wagon, 5-plank in brick red with off-white lettering, wagon no 71908 to solebars and ends, fitted with cast-iron wheels, G, slight discolouration to one side and some small chips/scratches £60-90
976.    A Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 L&NWR 'Fruit and Milk Traffic' Van, in brown with buff lettering and black details as wagon no 670, fitted with cast-iron wheels, G, all buffers and original couplers missing (Hornby auto-coupler fitted at one end), some discolouration to roof £50-80
977.    Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 L&NWR Goods Van and 'Camden' Brake Van, both with replaced couplings, buffers and cast iron wheels, both in LNWR grey livery, the van as LNW 1914, sides G, roof scratched, the brake van as LNW 1911, sides rubbed and roof repainted, one footboard partially detached (2) £70-100
978.    A Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Wooden GNR Open Wagon, a 7-plank in GN red-brown as no 687, overall VG, 2 screw-in buffers missing £40-60
979.    A Märklin Gauge 1 Clockwork 'Stephenson' 4-6-4 Tank Locomotive Project, Substantially complete but lacking some small parts and mostly devoid of paint, some repairs/filling undertaken to body, wheels repainted in SR green, overall F, mechanism operates but lacks control rods, front handrails missing (but knobs complete, lot includes key and one cast front lamp (3) £300-500
980.    A Bing for Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Electric Great Central Railway 'Sir Sam Fay' Locomotive and Tender, the famous 4-6-0 locomotive in GCR green with red-brown lining and frames, for 3-rail operation with an early B-L electric mechanism (although body has keyhole to right side) which is very likely original as B-L supplied this locomotive in this form, overall VG, loco and tender bodies have minor retouching and appear professionally over-sprayed with satin varnish, axle drive gear needs adjustment to mesh, two handrail knobs and loco drawbar are missing, lot includes two Henry Greenly blueprint drawings (to O scale) showing GCR 4-6-0 and a 4-4-0 'Director' class locomotive, F, one torn (3 - loco, tender, roll of drawings) £600-800
981.    A Rake of Stripped or Part-Stripped Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Bogie Coaches, including a TPO Van, originally LNWR overpainted in LMS colours, partially stripped, two 1322 coaches similarly treated, and a van body completely stripped with its bogies supplied separately, all P, most with repainted roofs, some lack buffers or couplings, others with non-original buffers and couplings (5 inc box of parts) £80-120
982.    Bing/Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Scenic Accessories, including Bing wayside station, four incomplete large signals, mailbag apparatus (lacks track section) and large water tower with ladder detached, varying P-G, damages as noted (qty) £60-90
983.    Gauge 1 or Larger Streetlamps by Bing and Others, comprising an uncommon Bing oil lamp 8" high overall with sprung gallery, painted blue and black with BW stamp under base, a Bing electric lamp 9" high in green with brown base and (lamp glass broken and part-missing), and a larger 13" high electric lamp by unknown maker (possibly Märklin ) in sage green with gold/brass trimmings and decorative bracket, lacks bulb, overall G, all with some paint loss, damages as noted (3) £60-90
984.    A Bing Gauge 1 American-style Water Tower, measuring 9" high, with round tank and trestle-type supports in red and grey respectively, with ladder, swivelling nozzle and removable top, G-VG, some small areas of retouching and tank possibly over-varnished £50-80
985.    A Märklin Gauge 1 Platform Newspaper Barrow, in white with red wheels and blue lining to tray, labelled 'Bücher & Zeitungen', complete with rack of miniature Continental newspapers including 'Le Matin' and 'Die Woche', VG, slight browning to newspapers £60-90
986.    A Carette 'Any-gauge' 'Clock-tower' Train Indicator, on square brown base with printed clock faces (8 minutes to 2) and 'slot-in' destination boards, G-VG, includes 6 different destinations and 'Next Train To' boards (8) £50-80
987.    Two Bing 'Any-gauge' Train Indicators, comprising a 4-platform 'dresser' type with movable clock hands and one board 'Glasgow', G, other boards are missing, together with a 'Clock-tower' type with stepped base and 5 'slot-in' destination arms, also G, clock hands are missing and part of pediment missing £60-90
988.    Two Bing 'Any-gauge' Platform Machines, each approx 6½" high, comprising a ticket machine in red with grey columns to front and sprung slide to issue tickets, G-VG, lacks tickets, together with a similar-styled roller destination display in wood-grain finish with glazed window to front, with an array of mostly LNWR main line destinations on the roller, G (2) £80-120
989.    Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Engine Shed and Station Building, the single-road engine shed in brick red, 16" long with 7 tinprinted adverts, P-F, lacks roof vents, window glazings, 3 doors and one advert, together with a station building only, without platform, in pink finish with grey roof and 4 adverts attached, P (2) £40-60
990.    A Dismembered Carette for Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 'Through Station', dismantled to component parts but appears to be complete with signs and other fittings, F-G, some surface rusting to interior faces, overpainting (grey) to platform canopy, overall a few light scratches and crease to one end of main platform (12 pieces) £150-200
991.    A Bing Gauge 1 Double-arched Girder Bridge, with 3 angular support piers in brick finish, the girders over-painted in a lighter green, F, one soldered brace detached and slight damage to one rail, ramps missing £30-50
992.    Gauge 1 Rolling Stock Spares and Other Items, including two Bing coach/wagon bases, driving wheels and rolling stock wheels, two basic coach bogies, B-L track chairs and other fittings in original boxes, two gramophone-type speed governors, two modern railway cap badges and other items, mostly F £40-60
993.    A Fine Gauge 1 Electric 3-rail Dublin and Blessington Steam Tram, comprising 2-4-2 double-ended locomotive no 9 and double-deck trailer no 6, both in dark green livery, made by the noted modeller Cyril L Fry of Dublin, and with small initials 'CLF' and dates '7-36' at ends, F-G, flaking to black paintwork especially roofs, original LMC 'standard' motor unit shows some fatigue evidence (2) £200-300
994.    A Bing for Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Clockwork LNWR 'Precursor' 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, with 2-speed mechanism, in LNWR lined black as no 513, F, original finish largely intact but dull, a little old retouching around dome, front coupling replaced, spring appears ok but governor seized (2) £400-600
995.    A Repainted Bing for Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Clockwork SECR 'Wainwright' 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, with 2-speed mechanism, in SECR lined green as no 516, as repaint G-VG, with a few blemishes under paintwork, both couplings replaced, mech tested ok (2) £300-500
996.    A Bing for Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Clockwork LBSCR 'Atlantic' 4-4-2 Tank Locomotive, with 2-speed mechanism, in LBSCR lined Marsh umber livery as no 11, VG, one tiny retouch to right tank, slight rubbing to legend on left tank, a little corrosion around bunker coal space, front coupling droplink missing, mech tested ok £700-1000
997.    A Märklin Gauge 1 Clockwork LNWR 'Queen Mary' 0-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, in LNWR lined black as no 326, F, , general playwear and minor damages, both buffers and cylinders replaced (in a 'compound' style!), coal loose in tender and one axle cover missing, mech tested ok (2) £150-250
998.    A Repainted Märklin Gauge 1 Clockwork GNR 'Ivatt' 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, rather heavily repainted in GNR green with cabside no 10034, as repaint P-F, all buffers are replacements, mech tested ok but wheels need quartering correctly (2) £150-250
999.    A Modified Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Electric LMS 'Mogul' 2-6-0 and Tender, in LMS maroon as Hughes-Fowler 'Crab' no 13000, original motor replaced with tender-mounted one, with sprung prop shaft drive to loco wheels (partly seized), overall P-F, chimney detached, wheels and motion over-varnished, tender top cut-out to fit and with old packaging marks to varnish both sides (2) £200-300
1000.   A Märklin Gauge 1 Live Steam LNWR 'Achilles' 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, in partially-repainted lined LNWR black livery as no 310, with twin slide-valve cylinders, reversing lever to left side, whistle, as restoration G-VG, mostly over-varnished but with some flaking to smokebox and other areas, water gauge blanked off, burner missing, 4 axle-covers missing from tender and one toolbox lid (2) £800-1200
1001.   A Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Live Steam GWR 'Titley Court' 4-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, based on Churchward's 'Saint' class, finished in original lined GWR green with shirt-button tender motif and cast plates 2936 to cabsides, with twin cylinders, whistle, drain cock, regulator and original spirit burner, overall G-VG, some retouching to black areas, a few chips to paintwork and green appears lightly over-varnished (2) £700-1000
1002.   A Vintage Märklin Gauge 1 GNR Clerestory Bogie Coach, Märklin ref 1841, in weathered original GNR brown livery as 1st/3rd 'Corridor Car', P-F, both couplings missing, two wheelsets replaced, some old chips/playwear and generally appears grubby £150-250
1003.   A Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Midland Railway Brake/3rd Corridor Coach, in MR tin-printed crimson livery as no 2783, G, appears over-varnished, slight creasing to one end £60-90
1004.   A Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Midland Railway 1st Class Corridor Coach, in MR tin-printed crimson livery, un-numbered, F-G, slight crazing to varnish, corrosion around corridor-side door handles, one roof vent and sole bar, two dints to roof on one side £50-80
1005.   A Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 LMS 1st Class Corridor Coach, in LMS tin-printed maroon livery as no 2784, G, a few areas carefully retouched, some crazing to original varnish, one small rust spot to each bogie £60-90
1006.   A Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 LMS 1st Class Corridor Coach, in LMS tin-printed maroon livery as no 2784, G, a few areas carefully retouched, some crazing to original varnish, very slight creasing to one end, 3 axlebox covers missing £60-90
1007.   A Carette for Bassett-Lowke GWR Short Bogie Coach, in GW brown/cream livery as no 132-24, F, buffers and one door replaced, some playwear and retouching £40-60
1008.   A Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 'Carette-Style' LMS 12-wheel Dining Saloon, in LMS maroon as no 13210, G-VG, some playwear, one buffer missing £80-120
1009.   A Carette for Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 North Eastern Railway Boiler Trolley Wagon, ref 13439, the wagon in NER grey, with some repairs to well section, old wrapping damage to top surfaces, the boiler with some dents and scratches and one top fitting missing, both F-G (2) £150-200
1010.   A Carette for Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 North Eastern Railway Boiler Trolley Wagon, ref 13439, the wagon in NER grey, with some glued repairs to well section, some playwear and crazing to finish, the boiler with corrosion to main tube and one end, and one top fitting missing, wagon F, boiler P (2) £80-120
1011.   A Carette for Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 GWR 1st/3rd Composite Coach, in GWR brown/cream as no 1324, P-F, 2 axleboxes missing, print loss to one side, general playwear and some corrosion, roof partially repainted £40-60
1012.   A Carette for Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Midland Railway Passenger Brake Van, in MR crimson livery as no 1333, F, buffers broken or missing, 5 axleboxes missing, crease to one end, general playwear to litho and roof repainted £40-60
1013.   A Carette for Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Midland Railway 1st/3rd Composite Coach, in MR crimson livery as no 1323, F, buffers and couplings replaced, litho over-varnished and roof repainted £40-60
1014.   A Märklin Gauge 1 Clockwork Midland Railway 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, in MR crimson livery as no 281, G, some retouching and over-varnished, mech tested ok £250-350
1015.   A Repainted Vintage Märklin Gauge 1 First/Third Passenger Coach, with 3 compartments and fixed doors, overpainted in brown with black roof, as repaint G £60-90
1016.   A Bing Gauge 1 Brake/3rd Class LMS Coach in LMS maroon as no 2783, G, a little retouching and possibly over-varnished, damage to some door handles and one buffer, roof repainted £70-100
1017.   A Bing Gauge 1 LNWR Clockwork 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender 'George The Fifth', in lithographed lined black livery as no 2663, with 2-speed mechanism, F-G, front buffers replaced, damage to couplings, mech tested ok but wheels need quartering £150-200
1018.   A Bing Gauge 1 LNWR Clockwork 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender ex-'George The Fifth', in lithographed lined black livery renumbered as no 1 'Clive', with 2-speed mechanism, G, rear coupling replaced, repairs to loco splashers/footplate and retouching, mech tested ok £180-240
1019.   A Bing for Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Electric 0-4-0 Tank Locomotive No 112, in LNER-style green, overall F, coupling rods and buffer heads missing, damage to bunker and general playwear, some rusting to wheels and other areas £140-180
1020.   A Carette Gauge 1 Clockwork 'Peckett' 0-4-0 Saddle Tank Locomotive, in mustard yellow with no 101 to cabsides, F, glued repair under front footplate, Hornby buffers fitted, some deterioration to paint finish, c/w ratchet sticking/unserviceable £180-240
1021.   A Repainted Carette Gauge 1 Clockwork 'Peckett' 0-4-0 Saddle Tank Locomotive, nicely refinished in brown with no 101 to cabsides, with cast iron wheels, as repaint G-VG, mech tested ok, one control knob missing £200-260
1022.   A Bing for Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Clockwork 0-4-0 Tank Locomotive No 112, in LNWR-style black, G-VG, one buffer head missing, some craquelure to varnish, mech tested ok £160-200
1023.   A Märklin 2322 Signal for Gauge 1 or Others, overall 320 mm high with two opposing arms, F, some damage to base, one lamp-mounting detached (supplied loose) £20-30
1024.   An Uncommon Märklin Electrically-operated Semaphore Signal for Gauge 1 or Others, overall 320 mm high with single arm operated by base-mounted solenoid, F-G, one thumbscrew and front of lamp housing missing, spectacle glasses faded, signal arm repainted £40-60
1025.   A Carette for Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 LNWR Travelling Post Office Van, in L&NWR 'plum and spilt milk' livery as no 1339, G, general playwear, small rust spots to roof and one buffer replaced £80-120
1026.   A Carette for Bassett-Lowke Lithographed Through Station 'Four Oaks', overall length 1180 mm, as in 'Bassett-Lowke Story' p.146, platforms G, main building F, back missing, various scratches and playwear, significant crease and print loss to front face £150-200
1027.   A Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 (or Other) Signal Cabin with 18-Lever Frame, cabin G, damage to one bargeboard and one roof spike missing, lever frame G-VG £60-90
1028.   A Bassett-Lowke Carette-style Gauge 1 LMS Travelling Post Office Van, in LMS maroon as no 1924, F-G, scratches and general playwear, all buffers missing £70-100
1029.   An Uncommon Bassett-Lowke 14-Lever Interlocking Signal Frame, as shown in B-L Catalogues 1909/1912, with 25 colour-coded levers in total including the interlocks working through a mechanical complex of sliding links, G-VG £80-120
1030.   A Bassett-Lowke Small 6-Lever Frame, G-VG £20-30
1031.   A Carette for Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Midland Railway 1st/3rd Composite Coach, in MR crimson livery as no 1323, F, buffers damaged or replaced, general playwear to litho sides and roof repainted £40-60
1032.   A Display Case Suitable for Gauge 1 Trains, with track measuring 22" long and labelled 'The Victorian Connection', G, slight split to one corner of Perspex cover (2) £20-30
1033.   A Carette for Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Midland Railway Short Bogie Coach, in MR crimson livery as no 132-23, P, 5 doors and 2 buffers missing, scratches to litho and roof repainted £30-50
1034.   A Carette for Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 London & South-Western Railway Passenger Brake Van, in LSWR livery as no 133, F-G, one buffer broken, most wheels non-original, some playwear and retouching to body £70-100
1035.   A Carette for Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 London & South-Western Railway Passenger Brake Van, in LSWR livery as no 133, F-G, one end creased, 4 axle boxes missing, some playwear and roof repainted £70-100
1036.   LGB Gauge 1 Brass Track, all in 'as-new' condition, comprising 12 ref 11000 600mm radius curves, 6 ref 10610 straight lengths (each 1.2m long) and ref 19901 siding set with point, curve, straight tracks and buffer stop, all in original boxes, E, boxes VG-E (3 boxes) £70-100
1037.   A BMS/Accucraft Dual Gauge O/1 (Narrow Gauge) Welshpool and Llanfair Pickering Coach, in GWR brown/cream as coach no 4154, complete with alternative O Gauge axle sets, VG-E, box VG £120-160
1038.   An LGB Gauge 1 0-4-0 Tank Locomotive, in lined green and black livery as no 2 'Stainz', VG-E, in non-original box £70-100
1039.   An Aristocraft American Gauge 1 PCC Trolley Car, cat ref ART23307, in Toronto Transit Commission maroon/cream livery as car no 4000, E, in original box, box VG-E £70-100
1040.   An Aristocraft American Gauge 1 Streamline Passenger Car, cat ref ART32305, in Santa Fe (ATSF) Railroad polished aluminium finish and named 'Santa Clara', with sprung bogies, lights and other features, E, in original box, box VG-E £70-100
1041.   An Aristocraft American Gauge 1 Streamline Observation Car, cat ref ART32405, in Santa Fe (ATSF) Railroad polished aluminium finish and named 'Awatobi', with sprung bogies, lights and other features, E, in original box, box VG-E £70-100
1042.   An Aristocraft American Gauge 1 EMD E8 Diesel Locomotive, cat ref ART23610, in Burlington (CB&Q) Railroad polished aluminium finish as no 9975, with all wheels driven, VG, some fingermarks to polished sides, in original box, box VG-E £140-180
1043.   A Rail King/MTH American Gauge 1 'GS-4' 4-8-4 Steam Locomotive and Tender, cat ref 70-3005-1, in Southern Pacific 'Daylight' colours as no 4449, with Proto-sound and many other features, originally 3-rail but neatly converted for 2-rail operation (eg on LGB track), overall VG-E, box VG £300-500
1044.   A Bachmann Gauge 1 6-coupled Electric Mechanism and 'Rolling Road' the mechanism appearing to be from an American 4-6-0 or similar, F, together with the kit-assembly rolling road by Metal Smith Ltd, part assembled for G1 in original box (also convertible to O gauge), VG (2) £30-50
1045.   A Gauge 1 Rolling Road Unit by Peter Spoerer and Rail King Controller, the rolling road measuring 45" overall with six adjustable roller-bearing axle sets, VG-E with instructions, together with a Rail King 'Z-controller' with bell/horn/whistle controls VG-E, requires separate AC power supply ( £30-50
1046.   Aristocraft American Gauge 1 Freight Stock, comprising ref 81001/2 wood gondola cars, 86001/7 wood box cars and 86204 wood reefer car, various liveries, all VG-E, boxes VG (5) £80-120
1047.   Bachmann American Gauge 1 Passenger Stock, comprising ref 89292 and 89294 'Jackson Sharp' passenger cars, combine no 1 and observation no 10 'Azalea' respectively, both in green ET & WNC Railroad livery, both VG-E, boxes VG (2) £60-90
1048.   Bachmann American Gauge 1 Industrial 2-6-0 'Mogul' Locomotive and Tender, ref 81698, in black livery as Yellow Pine Lumber Co no 18, with smoke, synchronized sound, 5-pole motor and other features, VG-E, box VG-E £100-140
1049.   An Aristocraft American Gauge 1 Budd-type Diesel Railcar, catalogue ref ART-22804, the corrugated stainless steel car with Chicago & North Western RR decals as no 9933, VG-E, box VG £100-150
1050.   A Gauge 1 Electric 3-rail LNER Class J39 0-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, in LNER black as no 2945, with skate pick-ups to loco and tender, G-VG, tender underframe paint flaky, right side centre connecting pin detached £200-300
1051.   A Gauge 1 North Eastern Railway 3-rail Electric 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, in NER green as no 1621, VG, complete with wooden carrying case £300-400
1052.   A Gauge 1 LNWR 2-rail Electric 4-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, in lined LNWR black as no 819 'Prince of Wales', made by G.B.Spurgeon of Bedford (inscribed under tender), overall G-VG, axle drive gear needs realignment with worm £300-400
1053.   A Gauge 1 Great Central Railway 3-rail Electric 4-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, in GCR lined green as no 1167 'Lloyd George', made by Alan Curtis of Spalding (no 360490), with supplementary pick-up skate to tender, VG, front guard irons slightly bent £400-500
1054.   A Part-made Aster Gauge 1 Spirit-fired Live Steam 'Lion' 0-4-2 Locomotive and Tender Kit, limited edition no 230/800, believed complete but not checked exhaustively, overall G-VG (2 boxes) £200-300
1055.   An Aster Gauge 1 Spirit-fired Live Steam 'King Arthur' Class Locomotive and Tender, finished in SR malachite green as no 768 'Sir Balin', VG, appears little used £300-500
1056.   An Aster Gauge 1 Southern Railway Coach, finished in SR malachite green, VG, roof a little grubby £100-140
1057.   A J and M Models Gauge 1 Southern Railway All-Third Class Coach, finished in SR malachite green, fitted with compensated bogies, VG-E £140-180
1058.   A J and M Models Gauge 1 Southern Railway Brake/Third Class Coach, finished in SR malachite green, fitted with compensated bogies, VG-E £140-180
1059.   A Wilag Gauge 1 Continental Wagons-Lits Coach, 580mm long, in CIWL blue/cream, VG-E £140-180
1060.   An Aster Gauge 1 Spirit-fired Live Steam 'Schools' Class Locomotive and Tender, finished in SR malachite green as no 901 'Winchester', G-VG, spirit pipe connection from tender missing, light corrosion around cab area, one scratch to left side of tender £300-500
1061.   A Gauge 1 Spirit-fired Live-Steam Caledonian Railway 0-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, finished in lined CR blue as no 828, partially repainted in a slightly different shade, featuring a double-acting single inside cylinder, pressure gauge and burner, G-VG, in wooden carrying case £400-500
1062.   A Gauge 1 Spirit-fired Live-Steam Caledonian Railway Express 4-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, finished in lined CR blue as no 903 'Cardean', featuring a twin inside cylinders, water pump, screw-operated reversing and burner, VG £500-700
1063.   A Gauge 1 Spirit-fired Live-Steam Caledonian Railway 4-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, finished in lined CR blue as no 918, featuring a double-acting single inside cylinder, pressure gauge and burner, G-VG £400-500
1064.   A Bing Spirit-fired 'Lokomobile' Live Steam Engine, similar to cat no 10/117/1, with brass boiler 6" long, single cylinder with piston valve and lubricator, spring drive belt to left-side rear wheel, complete with spirit burner, chimney and safety valve (all appear original), BW trade mark embossed on underside of firebox, overall G-VG, some scorching to firebox and rear wheels, whistle missing wooden handle £100-150
1065.   A Hornby 3½" Gauge Live Steam 'Rocket' Set and Coach, with gas-fired locomotive, tender, track and accessories in original set box, overall G, appears little used, one track piece broken, box lid F, splits to two corners, together with unboxed G104 coach, also G, some minor damages (2) £100-140
1066.   A Collection of Lionel Wide (Standard) Gauge Electric Trains and Track, a recent 'Barn Find' including an a.f. 2-4-2 steam locomotive and bogie tender, 0-4-0 no 8E electric locomotive, 2 red carriages and baggage van, 4 freight stock, together with track, control equipment and signals, all P, mazak parts all badly fatigued, some rusting to other parts, generally grubby (qty) £150-200
1067.   A Carette/Bassett-Lowke Gauge 2 (2" gauge) LNWR Refrigerator Van, in tinprinted off-white finish with black detailing and grey underframe, no 1909 with legend 'To be returned to Liverpool', VG, wheels slightly loose on axles, roof possibly repainted £50-80
1068.   A Bowman O Gauge Live Steam '234' Express Locomotive and Tender, in LNER green with no 4472 to tender, G, some careful retouching to loco paintwork, complete with safety valve, level plug and original burner but missing brass handrail wires and domed crank-pin nuts, tender G, possibly over-varnished, supplied with original instructions (3) £80-120
1069.   A Stuart Turner 'ST' Oscillating Steam Engine and Catalogues, the engine with double-acting cylinder and lubricator, base and cylinder painted green, NB engine only, no boiler, G-VG, together with S-T catalogues 1921 and 1935-6 and a more recent Reeves catalogue, undated, F-G (engine + 3 catalogues) £50-70
1070.   A 2½" Gauge Stanier 'Coronation' Class LMS Streamlined Tender Only, in LMS blue with silver lining, with water pump fitted and streamlined fairings, overall G, rear end of tank loose from underframe, some smaller areas of paint loss, NB - Tender Only, No locomotive £70-100
1071.   A 2½" Gauge LNER Gresley Teak Brake/3rd Corridor Coach, well-finished in scumbled-teak finish as no 62767, made by F J Newman of Gainsborough, with removable roof and battery-powered interior lights, G-VG £140-180
1072.   A 2½" Gauge Battery-Electric LNER Gresley Class B17 Streamlined 4-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, built on a heavy-weight underframe possibly from a live-steam locomotive, adapted for radio-controlled electric operation, and finished in LNER green as no 2859 'East Anglian', (one of the two B17/5's streamlined in the famous 'A4' style to run the heavy Liverpool St - Norwich trains) overall F-G, considerable cracking to loco paint finish and some areas of paint loss, comes complete with battery charger and 'Hitec' 3-channel radio control unit (4) £300-400
1073.   A Display Model Pennsylvania Railroad GG1 class Electric Locomotive, to approx 52mm Gauge, Raymond Loewy's iconic design classic, in original PRR deep chestnut brown livery as no 4840, this is a static wooden model possibly made for promotional purposes in the 1930's, overall G-VG, some slight separation of wooden constructional sections, a little rubbing and minor damages to some handrails £400-600
1074.   A Mamod O Gauge Live Steam RS1 Railway Set, with green 0-4-0T locomotive, two wagons and all accessories, box dated 18 April 1980, VG-E, never steamed, box VG-E, with original outer box £100-150
1075.   An Incomplete Schoenner Gauge 2 (54mm) Live Steam 'Storkleg' Locomotive Only, a classic 2-2-0 in remains of red-lined green livery with polished boiler, with reversing operated from cab, whistle and regulator, P, front buffer beam, safety valve, burner, tender, one cylinder cover and other small parts missing, both sides of valve linkage disconnected, various steam and exhaust pipes disconnected, generally grubby £100-150
1076.   A Bing for Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Live Steam '112' Tank Locomotive, nicely repainted in 'NER' green with no 112 to tank sides, as repaint G-VG, some areas of chipping to tanks and footplate, complete with original spirit burner, whistle in cab and control extensions to rear, missing small operating tag for track-operated reversing £200-300
1077.   A Bowman M101 Stationary Engine and O Gauge Brake Van, the engine on dark green base approx 11" x 9" with brass boiler 3" diameter x 6" long, single cylinder oscillating engine with large flywheel and detachable chimney, G-VG, slight corrosion to safety valve and level plug in original box, box G-VG, together with a Bowman models O gauge LNER brake van, F (2 contained in wooden box) £70-100
1078.   A Gauge 2 (2") Travelling Post Office Car by Unknown Maker, made in wood with cast-iron bogies, originally with operating pick-up/set-down apparatus (currently disconnected), and labelled 'FMR' to sides with no '10501' to solebar plates, overall P-F, all buffers and one door missing, split in wood to 'operating' side £40-60
1079.   A Gauge 1 or Larger Bing Station Project, with embossed brickwork, separately attached tinprinted window details, candle holders inside and telegraph cable supports to roof, with lower walls finished in turquoise-blue, upper storey in white, with red and gold window surrounds respectively, P, with areas of paint loss and rusting, damage to canopy with one support missing, other damages to front fencing and roof telegraphs, some loose parts inside £80-120
1080.   A Carette Overtype Stationary Steam Engine, restored in green, grey and black, overall boiler length approx 8", with single slide-valve cylinder, 2½" flywheel, whistle and dummy governor, complete with safety valve and original burner, F-G, one governor ball missing, water gauge blanked off, slide valve appears seized £80-120
1081.   A Carette Horizontal Hot Air Engine, with 2½" flywheel, original spirit burner and pedestal-mounted lineshaft, all on a wooden base, overall G, engine mounting plinth repainted, one lineshaft mounting loose and one lineshaft key missing £70-100
1082.   A Stuart Turner Type Horizontal Steam Engine, with 3½" flywheel, slide-valve single cylinder approx 1" bore x 1" stroke, slip-eccentric reversing, mounted on a wooden base, overall F-G, wooden plinth may be more recent addition, some surface rusting to flywheel £70-100
1083.   A Scratchbuilt/Restored 3¼" Gauge 'Live Steam' 4-2-2 Train 'Set' in the Style of Steven's Model Dockyard or Similar, the brass locomotive possibly a reproduction, with twin outside cylinders and Stephenson motion with lever reversing from cab, a massive brass steam dome with single Salter-type safety valve (parts missing), backhead with regulator and German pressure gauge by Schäffer & Budenberg, the 6-wheeled tender with water and spirit tanks and parts of a non-functioning burner attached, both painted in GWR lined green, together with two 6-wheeled coaches, believed to be originals restored in GWR brown/cream with dark grey roofs, one being fitted with brass extensions to detach couplings from roof level, overall as restorations G, locomotive has various small parts missing and motion very stiff, tender coupling and burner arrangement incomplete and incompatible, coaches both lack axlebox castings to one side, one with paint flaking to one end (4) £500-800
1084.   Two Spare Tenders for Large-Scale Steam Locomotives, comprising a 3½" gauge primitive 4-wheel type overpainted in bright green, appears to incorporate a water or spirit tank , P, together with a gauge 2 (2") bogie tender with reasonably well-engineered outside-framed bogies and open-topped body, in plain black, P-F, top of body bent at front end, together with a model firing shovel approx 9" long and a brass locomotive splasher in MR maroon (4) £70-100
1085.   A Gauge 2 (2") Great Western Railway Live Steam 'Great Bear' (Sic) Locomotive and Bogie Tender, believed to be by Carson, circa 1911-14, and beautifully repainted in GWR lined green by Chris Littledale of Hove, the locomotive featuring twin outside cylinders with inside slip-eccentric valve gear, cast iron footplate including steps, water tubes above firebox, water gauge and regulator, pressure gauge and spirit burner missing, overall as restoration G-VG, but would need work to operate, (NB Name-plates appear original castings but omit 'The' of the prototype), tender with cast-framed bogies and replacement (non-functioning) spirit tank also G-VG (2) £500-800
1086.   Two 2½" Gauge Wooden Freight Stock, comprising a NE brake van no 13987 with sprung axleboxes, possibly from a kit and finished in bauxite brown, together with a LMS Carriage Truck in maroon with no 2506 to solebars, both G, latter with 2 wooden strips detached (2) £40-60
1087.   A Small Group of Gauge 2 (2") Freight Stock and Other Projects, comprising Carette GNR brake van no 10959 in red-brown without roof, GWR Mica refrigerator van, GWR grey vent van and Greaves Lime/Cement wagon, a Märklin MR 5-plank open wagon, all P with wheels and/or couplings missing and other damage, together with a 'shell-shocked' GWR 2-4-2T locomotive body and a wooden bogie wagon underframe, both P (7) £50-70
1088.   A Small Group of Gauge 1 Freight Stock Projects, comprising Carette LNWR 'Crewe' Brake Van body shell only, three Märklin MR refrigerator meat vans, all P, all lack wheels, and a Märklin Continental bogie flat wagon P-F, two axle sets missing (5) £40-60
1089.   A Lionel 'Standard' Gauge 0-4-0 3-rail Electric Locomotive No 8, in dark red livery with brass detail plates, F, generally grubby, missing various small parts, one axle cover supplied loose (2) £50-80
1090.   A 5" Gauge Live Steam Narrow-Gauge 0-4-0 Tank Locomotive, based on a Clark's kit, with extended frames, cab and tanks to builder's own design in 1/16" brass, built by vendor in 1989 and beautifully finished in lined chocolate-brown livery as Fareham Light Railway no 2, named 'Gerrit', featuring copper boiler, twin outside cylinders with cab-operated drain valves, screw-operated reversing, mechanical lubricator, water gauge, pressure gauge, injector, water pump below front footplate, vacuum-operated braking facility (for train brakes), overall VG-E, No Boiler History £1500-2500
1091.   A Fleischmann Model Tablet-fired Stationary Steam Engine, with single oscillating cylinder, dummy governor, water gauge, safety valve and whistle, mounted on light metallic green base, engine plinth in green and cream, complete with chimney and tablet burner tray, G-VG, unboxed £40-60
1092.   ANNOUNCE CHANGE OF ESTIMATE
A Substantially-Repainted Bing Gauge 2 spirit-fired Midland Railway Locomotive 4-2-2 and Tender, 1902 Cat Ref 13340/2, page 63, with twin inside oscillating cylinders, regulator to dome, original burner and safety valve, in crimson livery, as repaint G, slight rusting to tender wheels £2500-3000
1093.   ANNOUNCE REVISED ESTIMATE
A Repainted Bing Gauge 4 spirit-fired Midland Railway 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender No 7093, with twin outside cylinders, as repaint F-G, boiler loose, some corrosion around cab, front guard irons cut off and coupling missing £1500-2000
1094.   A Part-Built 2½" Gauge Freelance 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, including a rolling chassis with twin outside cylinders, lever-operated reversing, axle-driven pump and bogie, with a copper boiler and brass smokebox, and box of additional parts including a spare cylinder casting, smokebox saddle and other materials, together with a 6-wheel tender with brass tank and sprung axles, mostly F-G, boiler P-F with some dents and poor jointing, no history (qty) £300-500