Trains Galore Auction
Day One 11th December 2018 at 10.00 (lots 1-736)
Day Two 12th December 2018 at 10.00 (lots 737-1414)

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1.      Graham Farish By Bachmann N Gauge Locomotives and Tenders, a duo of BR late-crest models in green livery comprising No 372000, 49xx Hall 5955 'Garth Hall', together with No 372026, Castle Class 4080, 'Powderham Castle' D/C, both in original cases with card sleeves, G-E, boxes G, (2) £80-120
2.      Graham Farish By Bachmann N Gauge Locomotives and Tenders, a duo of BR late-crest models, comprising No 372-151, 8F 48045 in black livery, together with No 372-600 V2 60800 'Green Arrow' in green livery, both in original cases with card sleeves, G-E, boxes G,(2) £80-120
3.      Graham Farish By Bachmann N Gauge Locomotives and Tenders, a duo of BR green models, comprising No 3772352, A4 'Union of South Africa' 60009, together with No 372-476, Jubilee 45611 Hong Kong, 4000 gal Tender and early emblem, both in original cases with card sleeves, G-E, boxes G (2) £80-120
4.      Graham Farish By Bachmann N Gauge Locomotives and Tenders, a duo of BR late-crest models in green livery, comprising, No 372-353, A4 60027 'Merlin', together with No 372551, 6XXX King Class 6008, 'King James II', D/C, both in original cases with card sleeves, G-E, boxes G, (2) £80-120
5.      Graham Farish By Bachmann N Gauge Locomotives and Tenders, a duo of BR late-crest models in black livery, comprising No 372-651, Standard Class 4MT 2-6-0 76069, together with No 372-077, Class B1 61251, 'Oliver Bury', both in original cases with card sleeves, G-E, boxes G, (2) £80-120
6.      Graham Farish By Bachmann N Gauge Locomotives and Tenders, a duo of BR models in black livery, comprising No 372-601, V2 60807, early crest, together with No 372-650, Standard Class 4MT 2-6-0 76053, early emblem, both in original cases with card sleeves, G-E, boxes G, (2) £80-120
7.      Graham Farish By Bachmann N Gauge Locomotives and Tenders, a duo of BR models in black livery, comprising, No 372-425, WD Austerity Class 90732, early emblem, together with no 372-426 WD Austerity Class 90566, late-crest, both in original cases with card sleeves, G-E, boxes G, (2) £80-120
8.      Graham Farish By Bachmann N Gauge Locomotives and Tenders, a duo of BR models in green livery, comprising No 372001, 49XX Hall 4970 'Sketty Hall', GWR green, together with No 372-802, Class A1 60147, 'North Eastern', early emblem, G £80-120
9.      Graham Farish By Bachmann N Gauge Locomotives and Tenders, a duo of BR models in green livery, comprising No 372025, Castle Class 7033, 'Hartlebury Castle', early emblem, together with No 372-575, Royal Scot Locomotive, 46159 'The Royal Airforce', late-crest, both in original cases with card sleeves, G-E, boxes G, (2) £80-120
10.     Graham Farish By Bachmann N Gauge Locomotives, a duo of BR models in green livery, comprising No 371275, Class 55 D9000 Royal Scots, together with No 371-201 Class 44 Diesel D1 Scafell Pike, both in original cases with card sleeves, G-E, boxes G, (2) £80-120
11.     Graham Farish By Bachmann N Gauge Locomotives, a duo of Diesel models, comprising No 372-920, Deltic Prototype DP1 preserved livery, together with No 371-400 Class 52 Diesel D1023 'Western Fusilier' BR maroon, both in original cases with card sleeves, G-E, boxes G (2) £100-150
12.     Graham Farish By Bachmann N Gauge Locomotives and Tenders, a trio of BR models in black livery, comprising No 372-626, Ivatt Class 2MT 2-6-0 46440, early emblem and No 372-931 N Class 2-6-0 31844, early emblem, together with No 372-932, N Class 2-6-0 31811, late-crest, all in original cases with card sleeves, G-E, boxes G, (3) £100-150
13.     Graham Farish By Bachmann N Gauge Locomotives, a trio of BR late-crest models, comprising, No 372-752, Fairburn 2-6-4 Tank 42073 in black and No 372-327, Standard Class 3MT 82028 in black, together with No 372-326, Standard Class 3MT 82005 in green, all in original cases with card sleeves, G-E, boxes G, (3) £100-150
14.     Graham Farish By Bachmann N Gauge Locomotives, a trio of Pannier Tank models, comprising No 371-986, Class 64XX 6417 in BR black early emblem, and No 371-987, Class 64XX 6412 in BR green late-crest together with No 371-985 class 64XX 6407 in GWR green, all in original cases with card sleeves, G-E, boxes G, (3) £80-120
15.     Graham Farish By Bachmann N Gauge Locomotives, a trio of BR models in black livery, comprising No 372-325, Standard Class 3MT 82016, early emblem and No 372-751, Fairburn 2-6-4 Tank 42096, early emblem together with No 372-530, 4MT Tank 80048, early emblem weathered, all in original cases, the latter minus card sleeve, G-E, boxes F-G, (3) £100-150
16.     Graham Farish By Bachmann N Gauge Locomotives, four BR Diesel Shunter models in green livery, comprising No 371-001 Class 08 D3729, late-crest, No 371-050 Class 04 D2246, wasp stripes and No 371-060, Class 03 D2011, late-crest, together with No 371050A, Class 04 D2264, three in original cases with card sleeves the other boxed, G-E, boxes G, (4) £100-150
17.     Graham Farish By Bachmann N Gauge Locomotives, a trio of BR Tank Locomotive models, comprising, No 371975 61XX Prairie 6135 in green early emblem and No 371901 57XX Pannier 5775 in black, late-crest, together with No 371925, 8750 Pannier 8763 in black, two boxed one in case with card sleeve, G-E, boxes G, (3) £80-120
18.     Graham Farish By Bachmann N Gauge Four Car Set, in original box, No 372-675 4CEP Four Car EMU 7105 SR multiple unit in green livery, G-E, Box G £80-100
19.     Graham Farish By Bachmann N Gauge Two Car Unit and Coaches, a BR group all in green livery, comprising, No 371-875A 108 DMU BR Speed Whiskers 2 car unit, in original cases with card sleeve, together with five boxed coaches, including No 374-460 Bulleid Composite corridor, No 374-450 Bulleid Second Open, No 374-440 Bulleid Second Corridor and 374-430 Bulleid Semi-Open second brake (2), G-E, boxes G, (6) £80-100
20.     Graham Farish N Gauge Locomotives with Tenders, a trio of BR models in green livery, comprising No 372-377, A3 60066 'Merry Hampton', early crest double chimney, (Bachmann in case with card sleeve), together with No 151A Special Edition rebuilt West Country 'Launceston' 34012 and No 1525 Battle of Britain Class, 'Hurricane' No 34065, both boxed, G-E, boxes G, (3) £80-120
21.     Graham Farish N Gauge Locomotives with Tenders, four BR models, comprising No 1809 Motorised Chassis Black Five, No 1816 Duchess Class, 'Duchess of Hamilton' in red livery and No 1515 Pacific Class rebuilt Battle of Britain, '602 Squadron' No 34089 in green livery, together with No 1855 2-6-0 Crab 42806 in black livery, all boxed, G-E, boxes G, (4) £80-100
22.     Graham Farish N Gauge Locomotives with Tenders, five BR models all in green livery, comprising, No 1446 Winchester Castle, No 1445 Castle Class Windsor, No 1814 Duchess Class, King George VI and No 1415 King Class, King John, together with No 1513 Pacific Class, rebuilt Merchant Navy, Clan line No 35028, all boxed, G-E, boxes G, (5) £100-150
23.     Graham Farish N Gauge Locomotives, six BR Tank Locomotives, all in black livery comprising, No 1105 9400 Class Pannier, No 1606 Prairie 6102, No 1125 Class 5700 Pannier Cab type 2 and No 1115, 5700 Class Pannier, together with No 1656 2-6-4 Standard 80079 (2), all boxed G-E, boxes F-G, (6) £100-150
24.     Graham Farish N Gauge Locomotives, six BR and GWR models, comprising No1845 BR 0-6-0 Class 4f in black, Class 4P in BR black, Class 40 in BR green, class 8F Locomotive in BR black, and GWR railcar in red and cream livery, (all in associated boxes) together with No 8175 Diesel railcar in BR green with correct box, G-E, boxes F-G, (6) £80-120
25.     Dapol N Gauge Locomotives and Tenders, a duo of BR models in black livery, comprising, 2S-009-003, 3832, 2884 Class 2-8-0 Locomotive with early crest, together with 2S-002-002, 30921 Schools Class 'Shrewsbury', with early logo, both in original cases with card sleeves, G-E, boxes G, (2) £80-120
26.     Dapol N Gauge Locomotives and Tenders, a duo of models in green livery, comprising, 2S-009-002, 2892, 2884 Class 2-8-0 GWR Locomotive with shirt button emblem, together with S-002-000, 30926 Schools Class 'Repton', with late crest, both in original cases with card sleeves, G-E, boxes G, (2) £80-120
27.     Dapol N Gauge Locomotives and Tenders, a duo of BR models in green livery, comprising, ND-095A, Class 7MT Britannia 70000, together with ND-079C, B17 'Helmingham Hall' with late logo, both in cases with card sleeves, G-E, boxes G, (2) £80-120
28.     Dapol N Gauge Locomotives and Tenders, a duo of BR models in black livery, comprising, ND-075A, 33004 Q1 with late crest, together with ND-120A, B1 61099 with late-crest, both in original cases with card sleeves, G-E, boxes G, (2) £80-120
29.     Dapol N Gauge Locomotives and Tenders, a duo of models in green livery, comprising, ND-135B GWR 'Leighton Hall', together with ND-079B, B17 'Hull City', with late crest, both in original cases with card sleeves, G-E, boxes G, (2) £80-120
30.     Dapol N Gauge Locomotives, four BR models, comprising, ND-090E, 9F 92050 with single chimney and BR1C Tender in black, together with three Tank Locomotives, including ND-105 45xx Slope Tank 5532 with late crest in green, ND-061A Ivatt 41234 in black with late crest and ND-045, M7 30128 in black with late crest, all in original cases with card sleeves, G-E, boxes G, (4) £100-150
31.     Dapol N Gauge Locomotives, Five BR Tank Locomotives, comprising, ND-013, 2-6-2 45xx 4570 in green with early crest, ND002 0-4-2 No 1458 in black, ND003 14xx No 1466 in green and ND-100D Terrier 32662 in black, together with ND-025 M7 30031 in black, all in original cases with card sleeves, G-E, boxes G, (6) £100-150
32.     Dapol N Gauge Locomotive and Rolling Stock, a cased group comprising NDO84Z Hymek D7017 in BR green, four Southern BR wagons comprising NB-007(S2385S), NB013 ( S2394S), NB-007 (S2385S) and NB-003 (S2380S), together with a BR (M), Parcel Wagon NB-014 and two 6 wheel Tank Wagons NB-028 Express Dairy, NB-027 United Dairies, all with card sleeves, G-E, boxes G, (8) £80-120
33.     Hornby Minitrix N Gauge Locomotives and Tenders, a trio of BR models comprising, N203 4-6-2 'Britannia' 70000 in green livery and N207 Class 9F 2-10-0 in black livery together with N207 Class 9F Evening Star 92220 in green livery, all boxed, G-E, boxes F, (3) £100-150
34.     Hornby Minitrix N Gauge Locomotives and Tenders, a duo of BR models in green livery, comprising, N211 4-6-2 'Mallard' 60022, and 12949 4-6-2 'Flying Scotsman' 60103, both in original cases, G-E, boxes G, (2) £80-120
35.     Hornby Minitrix and Union Mills N Gauge Locomotives, four boxed models, comprising, Hornby Minitrix BR N213, 2-6-0 Ivatt Class 46406 with Tender in green and N205, 2-6-2 Ivatt class 41234 in black, both ex LMS, together with Union Mills ex-LSWR Drummond T9 4-4-0 in SR black together with BR Class B12/3 4-6-0 in black livery, G-E, boxes G, (4) £80-120
36.     Various N Gauge Locomotives, a group of seven comprising, Arnold 5501, 0-6-0 Tank Locomotive in black, Fleischmann Piccolo 7160, German, Class 3810-40 4-6-0 loco and Tender in black, a Rivarossi 2197 231E13 SNCF Locomotive and Tender in black, and a 2-6-4 standard class Locomotive in black livery, by Graham Farish, together with three kit built models, a Union Mills ex Midland Railway 3F 0-6-0 in BR Black with Tender, a rebuilt Merchant Navy class 4-6-2 35018 in green, a Langley kit on Minitrix chassis and a B1 4-6-0 61376 Locomotive and Tender in black marked Grafar Ltd, all boxed or cased, F-E, boxes F-G, (7) £100-150
37.     Minitrix N Gauge Locomotives and Coaches, a cased group comprising, a Prussian DR DB Class BR 89 Tank Locomotive and two coach set, together with ten cased coaches, including 13013 BR Maroon (2), 13116 LNER maroon 3rd, 13014 LNER teak, 13014 BR maroon (2), 13014 3rd LNER cream and maroon(2) and 13014 3rd LNER Maroon(2) G-E, boxes G, (11) £60-80
38.     Dapol N Gauge Maroon Gresley Coaches, a rake of seven in cases with card sleeves, comprising NC-030B BR 1st E11020E, NC-031C BR 2nd E12002E, (no card sleeve), NC-031D BR 2nd E12071E, (2) NC-032A BR Composite E10077E, NC-032B BR Composite E10080E and NC-033 BR Buffet E9133E, G-E, boxes G, (7) £60-80
39.     Dapol N Gauge Coaches, a group of nine in cases with card sleeves, comprising GWR Hawksworth Collett, NC0-17a brake 6485, NC-017b third, NC-016b third 1146 and NC-015b composite 7021, together with NC011 Autocoach BR crimson/cream 192 and four BR maroon coaches including NB-003 Siphon H parcel van W1431, NB-001 Siphon G W1449, NB-005 B Set coach W6907W and NB-006 B Set coach W6970W, G-E, boxes G, (9) £60-80
40.     Dapol N Gauge Locomotive and Rolling Stock, a collection of BR and BR Southern models comprising, 2D-009-001 Class 121 55027 with whiskers in green, and two, 2F-047-008 CCT Vans S2394S in BR Southern Green, together with a rake of nine BR SR green Maunsell coaches, including 2P-012-301 1st 7665 (3), 2P-012-400 3rd 2350, 2P-012-351 Brake 3rd 4048, 2P-012-302 1st 7667, 2P-012-352 Brake 3rd 4049 (2) and 2P-012-451 Composite, 5137, all in cases with card sleeves, G-E, boxes G, (12) £100-150
41.     Graham Farish N Gauge Coaches, a boxed collection comprising, models by Bachmann including, 374-451, 374-810, 374-029, 374-280, 374-290, 374-026, together with Farish models, No 0775 (2), No 0646 Pullman Diners (4), No 0643/0653 Golden Arrow Pullman Diners (2) and No 0684, G-E, boxes G, (15) £80-120
42.     Graham Farish N Gauge 3 Car Set and Various Coaches, a boxed collection comprising No 8143, 3 car 57ft Diesel Motor Unit Class 101 DMBS (motorised) TS & DMC BR green, together with six models by Bachmann, 374-028, 374-631, 374-271, 374-027, 374-310, 374-281, and fifteen Farish examples including No 0624 GWR Mainline coach (2), No 0683 SR Corridor Coaches 2nd (2), No 0693 SR Corridor Brake Coaches (2), No 0913 BR 101 DMU Bogie Coach (2) and others, G-E, boxes F-G, (22) £100-150
43.     N Gauge Coaches and Other Rolling Stock, four boxed examples by Graham Farish Bachmann, comprising 377-877/876 Queen Mary Brake Van EWS/BR Bauxite, and 373-361/362 BR Mk1 Horse Box green/maroon, together with a collection of unboxed coaches and other examples of rolling stock from various regions mostly by Graham Farish, but including some Bachmann, F-E, boxes G, (55+) £120-160
44.     Dapol and Graham Farish N Gauge Locomotives and Rolling Stock, a boxed collection comprising three Dapol Locomotives, ND-025 M7 BR black 30031, ND-045 M7 BR black late crest 30128 and ND-057 LSWR 245 in green livery, together a 2P-012-352 Maunsell Coach, 2F-047-008 CCT Van and NB-007 CCT brake van all by Dapol in BR SR green and four Farish BR SR coaches one by Bachmann and a 377-852 SR BR grey pill box brake van, all boxed six in cases with card sleeves, G-E, boxes G, (11) £100-150
45.     Trix Minitrix N Gauge Train Pack, a boxed German set 11441 Rheingold, comprising Locomotive Tender and five coaches, fitted with DCC chip, G-E, box G £80-120
46.     Minitrix N Gauge Train Pack, a boxed Orient Express set 1017, comprising 4-6-0 Prussian green livery S10 Class Locomotive, three Wagons Lits and two baggage cars, G, box G £80-100
47.     Fleischmann N Gauge Royal Prussian Train Set, a boxed set 7880, comprising P8 series Steam Locomotive in KPEV green livery and four coaches, G, box F £80-100
48.     Fleischmann N Gauge Locomotives and Tenders, a cased trio of Steam Locomotives comprising, 7170, BR 011 of the DB and 7160, BR 038 also of the DB, both in black livery, together with 7033, BR 91.3 Tank Locomotive, in green livery, G, Cases G, (3) £80-100
49.     Minitrix N Gauge Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed/cased trio of Steam Locomotives comprising, 2900, BR 01 of the DB and 2923, BR 56 of the DG, together with 2052, BR Dock Tank class 2F Locomotive, F-G, boxes F-G, (3) £80-120
50.     Minitrix N Gauge Locomotives and Tenders, a cased trio of Steam Locomotives, comprising 12227, S3/6 of the K.Bay.Sts Bahn in blue livery and 12035, S2/5 Type 2'B 1'n4v, together with 2903, Type G3/4, both in green livery of the K.Bay, Sta Bahn, G, cases G, (3) £80-120
51.     Arnold N Gauge Locomotives and Tenders a trio of Steam Locomotives two with Tenders comprising, 2540, BR 18 of the DB and 2557, BR 18 of the DB, together with 2275, BR 96 Mallet Locomotive of the Deutsche Reichsbahn, all in black livery, G, cases G, (3) £80-120
52.     Arnold and Hobby Train N Gauge Locomotives and Tenders a group of four Steam Locomotives, three with Tenders comprising, Arnold 2546, P4 of the KPEV and 2273, T 18 of the KPEV, both in green livery together with 2223, BR 89 6009 of the DRG in black livery and Hobby Train 10573, BR 57 of the KPEV, in green livery, G, cases G, (4) £80-120
53.     Arnold Shunting Locomotive and Coaches, a group of six cased models comprising, 2460, Electric E63 Locomotive of the DRG in green livery, together with 3050 goods van, 3040, 2nd class coach (2) and 3030, 3rd class coach (2), all in green livery, G, cases F-G, (6) £50-80
54.     Ibertren Train Set and Freight, a boxed/cased group of six models comprising, 995, train set including MZA Black Spur Tank Locomotive, two coaches and baggage car, together with 944, Black Spur Tank Locomotive, and freight including 357 BP Tank wagon, 271 flat truck and crane and 436/437 bolster wagons, G, boxes G, (6) £80-100
55.     Wrenn Micromodel by Lima N Gauge Locomotives and Coaches, a mostly boxed collection comprising boxed 202, Italian Electric Locomotive, five boxed coaches, 302 mail coach, 303 dining car (2) and 305 Parlour Car (2) and 403 open steel wagons, together with unboxed E3185 BR Electric Locomotive, guards van and passenger coach, F-G, boxes P-F, (10) £50-80
56.     Various N Gauge Locomotives and Freight Stock, boxed models including Roco 2510A, Diesel BR V 215 of the DB, Bachmann 4792, Santa Fe Plymouth 0-6-0 Diesel and seven cased Roco freight trucks 2316 (4), 2300 (2) and 2357, together with Minitrix cased freight 3588 (3) and boxed 2212(2), 2233 and various unboxed freight stock models by Trix, Peco, Lima and Ibertren (13), F-E, boxes P-G, (25+) £60-80
57.     N Gauge Coaching Stock, a boxed/cased collection including, Graham Farish 0647/0681, Fleischmann 8060,8061, 8062(2), Roco 02256C (3), 002258C (2), O2268A, 02274A and Minitrix 3170, 3171(2), 3172, 3178, 2937, G-E, boxes F-G, (19) £80-100
58.     Tri-ang TT Gauge Locomotives, T96 A1A A1A BR green Diesel, T95 0-6-0 Diesel Shunter and T90 0-6-0 Steam Tank Loco, all in original boxes, together with unboxed BR green 4082 'Windsor Castle' 4-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, G-VG, boxes F-G (5 including Tender) £50-70
59.     Tri-ang TT Gauge Locomotives, T96 A1A A1A BR green Diesel, two T95 0-6-0 Diesel Shunters, all in original boxes, together with unboxed T90 0-6-0 Steam Tank Loco, G-VG, boxes F-G (4) £50-70
60.     Tri-ang TT Gauge Passenger and Goods Rolling Stock, T184 WR Restaurant Car, in late issue box, maroon Utility Van and three maroon and one green Suburban coaches (one in incorrect box), various wagons including T272 Bogie Tank, T277 Bogie Bolster and others, all in original boxes (14) together with five unboxed (5), G-VG, boxes F-G (26) £70-90
61.     Tri-ang TT Gauge Buildings and Accessories, T31 Station Set, T32 Island Platform Set, T20 Platform Units (3 in one box), T25 Booking Hall, T26 Platform Canopy (2), T27 Crewe Signal Box, 8x Single arm signals and Loading Gauge , in one box, T29 Level Crossing, T30 Footbridge, T33 Level Crossing Type B and T140 Signal Gantry, all in original boxes, G-VG, boxes F-G (13 boxes) £70-90
62.     Tri-ang TT Gauge Track and Accessories, including T150 Type B small radius curved track (11 in two boxes), T153 Type B large radius curved track (11 in box), T152 Type B Half Straight Track (9 in box), T162 and T163 Type B Electric Points (2), T108 Track Foundations single curved (6 in box) and T108 Foundations straight (4 in box), T110 High Level Piers (6 in box), T105 Inclined Piers, T35 Diesel Loco Shed and RT42 Speed Controllers (2), all in original boxes, together with small quantity of B track and controller, generally G-VG, boxes F-G (qty) £50-70
63.     A TT Gauge kitbuilt Class A4 4-6-2 Steam Locomotive on a Tri-ang chassis, finished in plain blue, requires completing, G £50-70
64.     Tri-ang TT Gauge BR black 2-6-2 Tank Engines, four models, two with open spoke driving wheels, VG (4) £80-120
65.     Pair of kitbuilt TT Gauge Q1 Class 0-6-0 Steam Locomotives and Tenders, both with Tri-ang chassis with Bulleid wheels, one in BR black 330121, other plain green, both built to a fair standard and painted to an amateur standard F-G (4 including Tenders) £60-80
66.     Kitbuilt TT Gauge BR green Steam Locomotives on Tri-ang Chassis 45541 'City of Sutherland', 46137, 4-6-0 30850 'Lord Nelson' with 8-wheel Tender, 46110 'Grenadier Guardsman' and non powered Schools Class with an 8-wheel Tender, built and painted to an amateur-fair standard, F-G (10, including Tenders) £80-120
67.     Kitbuilt TT Gauge BR and GWR Pannier Tank Locomotives on Tri-ang Chassis various models all with metal bodies probably by GEM, finished in BR green and black and GWR green, built and painted to amateur to good standard, F-VG (13) £100-140
68.     Kitbuilt TT Gauge 0-6-0 black Tank and Tender Locomotives on Tri-ang Chassis, 0-6-0 Tender Locomotives, LNER 4380 and 4379, LMS 4567, BR un-numbered, unlined black 2-6-0 (no Tender), 0-6-0 Tank Engines, NE 589, LNER 8955 and BR 68754, all built and painted to an amateur-good standard, F-VG (12 including Tenders) £80-120
69.     Tri-ang TT 0-6-0 Tank Engines, most in original condition, some repainted/renumbered, F-G (12) £60-90
70.     Kitbuilt TT Gauge 0-6-0 Tank Engines on Tri-ang Chassis and Tri-ang repainted Tank Engines, four engines with metal bodies including Pannier Tank, Southern 2105 and green Southern 182 and un-numbered and unlined black, Tri-ang Tanks repainted Southern green 277 and Highland Railway green 77, built and painted to an amateur-fair standard, F (7) £50-70
71.     Kitbuilt TT Gauge 4-6-0 Steam Locomotives and Tenders on Tri-ang Chassis, King Class 6015 'King Richard 111' and 6018 'King Henry V1' , BR black 44789 and un-numbered green all with metal bodies and three with TrI-ang Tenders, BR black 73083 with Tender, all built to amateur-fair standard (9 including Tenders) £60-80
72.     Kitbuilt TT Gauge 0-6-0 GWR and BR Steam Locomotives and Tenders on Tri-ang Chassis, GWR green 2273, 2221, 2241, BR green 2258 and BR black 2-6-0 unnumbered, all built and painted to an amateur standard F, (10 including Tenders) £60-80
73.     Kitbuilt TT Gauge 4-6-2 Tank Locomotive on a Tri-ang chassis and Tank engines, BR black 4-6-2T 69806, 0-6-0 Pannier Tank, both built and painted to an amateur standard and four Tri-ang 0-6-0 Tank engines, F (6) £50-70
74.     Adapted Tri-ang TT Gauge Castle Locomotives and Tenders, including renamed and renumbered 'Harlech Castle', 'Trinity Hall', 'Torquay Manor', 'Clifford Castle', and three altered to 2-6-0 Moguls , all to an amateur standard, one lacks a Tender, F (15 including Tenders) £60-80
75.     Kitbuilt GWR King Class on Tri-ang TT chassis and adapted Tri-ang Castle Locomotives and Tenders two metal bodied King Class Locomotives and Tenders , both un-numbered, five altered Castles including 'County of Somerset', 'Manorbier Castle', 'Howick Hall', 'Bucklebury Grange' and un-numbered half cab, all with Tenders, built, altered and painted to an amateur-fair standard, F (14 including Tenders) £60-80
76.     Adapted Tri-ang TT Gauge Castle Locomotives and Tenders, including renamed and renumbered 'Isambard Kingdom Brunel' with double chimney, 'Princess Patricia', 'Bryngwyn Hall' in black, 'Pendennis Castle', 'Banbury Castle' and two others un-named including one with a double chimney, one without a Tender, all converted to an amateur/fair standard, F (13 including Tenders) £60-80
77.     Tri-ang TT Castle Class Locomotives and Tenders, Windsor Castle' (5) and 'Tintagel Castle' (3), one with a repainted Tender otherwise appear original, F-VG (16 including Tenders) £80-120
78.     A Tri-ang TT Castle Class Locomotive repainted to and excellent standard, Tintagel Castle' repainted and re-lined in GWR green livery to a very good standard, re-wheeled with finescale wheels, VG £40-60
79.     Tri-ang TT kitbuilt and repainted and renumbered 2-6-2 Tank Locomotives, kitbuilt GWR green 6157, repainted GWR green 6142 and two with no numbers, BR black one with detail and other kitbuilt body poorly repainted, P-VG (7) £80-100
80.     Tri-ang TT Britannia Class Locomotives converted to rebuilt Battle of Britain and Merchant Navy Class, BR green 34057 'Biggin Hill' and 35020 'Bibby Line', both with Bulleid Driving wheels, converted and painted to an amateur standard, F (4, including Tenders) £40-60
81.     Pair of kitbuilt TT Gauge Class A4 Locomotives on Tri-ang chassis, both painted in plain green and un-named/numbered, both built to a good standard and require finishing, F-G (4 including Tenders) £60-80
82.     Pair of kitbuilt TT Gauge City and Black 5 Class Locomotives on Tri-ang chassis, BR maroon 46240 'City of Coventry' and BR black 73014, both built and painted to a fair standard, F-G (4 including Tenders) £60-80
83.     Tri-ang TT Castle Class Locomotive converted to a Star Class Locomotive, repainted in GWR green and renumbered 4043, altered and painted to a good standard, G £30-50
84.     Tri-ang TT Gauge original and converted Merchant Navy class Locomotives and Tenders, original 'Clan Line' (3), renumbered 34030 'Watersmeet', repainted blue 'Clan Line' and altered 34051 'Winston Churchill', amendments to an amateur standard, F-G (12 including Tenders) £80-120
85.     Tri-ang TT Gauge Britannia Class Locomotives and Tenders, Britannia' (3, one heavily weathered with open spoke wheels), all lack nameplates, 'Boadicea', F-G (8 including Tenders) £80-100
86.     Tri-ang TT Gauge original and amended Britannia Class Locomotives and Tenders, original ''Britannia'' and 'Boadicea', renumbered 70014 'Iron Duke' and 70006 'Robert Burns', converted to an amateur standard, F-G (8 including Tenders) £80-100
87.     Kitbuilt TT Gauge LMS maroon Locomotives on Tri-ang Chassis, 4-6-0 Royal Scot Class 46100 'Royal Scot' and 6102 'Black Watch' and 4-4 Class 2P 4-4-0 '634', all built and painted to an amateur-fair standard, F-G (6 including Tenders) £80-120
88.     Scratchbuilt TT Gauge E4X 0-6-2 Tank Locomotive on a Tri-ang Chassis, finished in Southern green No 2517, built and painted to a amateur-fair standard, F £40-60
89.     TT Gauge part and unmade Bec kits, LMS 2P Locomotive kit, unmade together with 3mm Scale Model Railways Motor and Driving wheels set, BR Class 5 Superstructure kit unmade, and near complete LMS Bogie Utility Van, all in original boxes (3) £60-80
90.     Bec Kitbuilt TT Gauge LNER J11 Locomotive and Tender, finished in BR unlined black No 64375, built and painted to a fair- good standard, G £40-60
91.     Tri-ang TT Gauge BR Railcars, Power car and three Trailer cars, all roofs painted grey, F-G (4) £60-80
92.     Tri-ang TT Gauge BR Railcars, Power and Trailer with two centre cars, F-G, a little grubby (4) £70-90
93.     Tri-ang TT Gauge BR Railcars, Power and Trailer with two centre cars, G-VG, (4) £80-100
94.     Tri-ang TT Gauge BR Railcars, Power and Trailer with two centre cars, G-VG, a little grubby (4) £80-100
95.     Tri-ang TT Gauge BR Railcars, Power and Trailer with two centre cars-VG, (4) £80-100
96.     Tri-ang TT Gauge BR Railcars, Power and Trailer with two centre cars, all in original boxes, G-VG, (4) £100-140
97.     Tri-ang TT Gauge BR Railcars, Power and Trailer with one centre cars, all in original boxes, G-VG, (3) £80-120
98.     Tri-ang TT Gauge original and repainted Diesel Shunters, original 13007, renumbered D3115, repainted BR blue weathered , LNER black and BR royal blue 3079, repainting to an amateur-fair standard, F (5) £40-60
99.     Six Tri-ang TT Gauge T96 A1A A1A Diesel Locomotives, two in original boxes, one F, others G-VG, boxes F (6) £80-120
100.    Kitbuilt TT Gauge 4-wheel Railcar on a Tri-ang A1A A1A motor bogie, BR green W79978, built and painted to an amateur-fair standard, F-G £30-50
101.    Tri-ang TT Gauge boxed Tenders, T592 Continental Pacific Tender (4 , two unopened), Castle Tenders (5, one sealed), G-M, boxes F-VG (9) £60-80
102.    Pair of Tri-ang TT Gauge boxed T91 Windsor Castle Class Locomotives and Tenders, in individual boxes, VG-E, boxes F-G (4) £50-70
103.    Tri-ang TT Gauge boxed Locomotives, T93 Merchant Navy Class 'Clan Line' in original box and unboxed Tender, and pair of BR unlined black 0-6-0 Tank Engine, in original boxes, G-VG, boxes F-G (4) £50-70
104.    Tri-ang TT Gauge T5 Train Set, comprising BR black 0-6-0 Tank and two maroon coaches and oval of track, in original box, G, box F, lid corners loose £40-60
105.    Tri-ang TT Gauge Passenger Rolling Stock some repaints organised in five rakes, repainted LNER brown (5) and BR crimson and cream (4), original, BR maroon (5), BR WR chocolate and cream (10), some wheels with white rims, generally G-VG (24) £70-100
106.    Tri-ang TT Gauge BR WR and GWR Passenger Rolling Stock some repaints, WR with Paddington-Swansea coach boards (5, one coach converted to parcels van), with Paddington-Penzance coach boards (5), original BR WR (8, including three Restaurant Cars) , repainted chocolate and cream Mk 1 (5), Parcels coach (1), Suburban coaches (2) and two repainted brown Utility Vans, one late issue BR SR green 1st/2nd, F-VG (27) £80-120
107.    Tri-ang TT Gauge BR maroon Passenger Rolling Stock some repaints, various MK 1 coaches (8, including three Restaurant cars), two late issue BR maroon coaches, Suburban coaches (5) , four repainted coaches with altered windows and one other repainted coach, F-VG (20) £60-80
108.    Tri-ang TT Gauge chocolate and cream Pullman Coaches, Snipe', 'Eagle' and 'Falcon', VG (3) £50-70
109.    Tri-ang TT Gauge chocolate and cream Pullman Coaches, Snipe', 'Eagle' and renumbered '45', VG (3) £50-70
110.    Tri-ang TT Gauge uncommon late issue BR blue/grey late issue coaches, Restaurant Car and Ist/2nd coach VG (2) £80-120
111.    Tri-ang TT Gauge uncommon late issue BR blue/grey late issue coaches, Restaurant Car and Brake/2nd coach VG (2) £80-120
112.    Tri-ang TT Gauge uncommon late issue BR blue/grey late issue coaches, Restaurant Car and Ist/2nd coach VG (2) £80-120
113.    Tri-ang TT Gauge uncommon late issue BR blue/grey late issue coaches, Restaurant Car, Brake/2nd and Ist/2nd coach VG (2) £120-160
114.    Tri-ang TT Gauge repainted royal blue with Observation coach, rake of four coaches including a Mk1 converted to an Observation coach rebuilt to a fair standard, Sleeping Car, Retaurant car and First class coach, repainting to an amateur standard, F-G (4) £40-60
115.    Tri-ang TT Gauge bogie Tank wagons, ICI red (8), Murgatroyd's (1) and Liquid Chlorine (4), G-VG (13) £60-80
116.    Tri-ang TT Gauge Goods Rolling stock including repainted Private Owners wagons, including T77 Cattle wagon in original box, unboxed Track cleaning truck and various other wagons (24, some repainted), Toad Brake van and nine repainted Private Owners open trucks, F-VG (36) £70-100
117.    TT 3MM Gauge unmade Signal Products Kits, including GPO Morris Van (2), Thorneycroft A1 Parcels Van and AEC Regal Bus/Coach (2), all in original packaging, E, packets G (5) £40-60
118.    TT 3mm Gauge Accessories including nameplates Cab Numbers and other items, PC Models Loco Plates/numbers (7), Kings Cross Engraved Plates/numbers (15 + a few part packs), LFC (3, two complete), Hobbytime (14), all in original packets and four others on plain card, G-VG, packets G (40+) £30-50
119.    Beliner Bahnen TT Hobby Electric Locomotives, 2410 E94 065 and 2321 E42 018, both in original boxes, VG, box F (2) £60-80
120.    Beliner Bahnen TT Hobby Diesel Locomotives, 2630 V36 071 0-6-0 Shunter and 2510 DB maroon Warship style 221139-9 Diesel Locomotives, both in original boxes, VG, boxes F (2) £60-80
121.    Beliner Bahnen TT Hobby Steam Tank Locomotives, 2240 DB black 2-8-2 Tank (2), in original blue window boxes and 2210 DB black BR 81 001, in original boxes (2), VG, boxes F (4) £80-100
122.    Beliner Bahnen TT Hobby Steam Locomotives, 2230 DB black 2-8-0 56 2719, in original boxes, E, boxes F (2) £60-80
123.    Wesa and Berliner Bahnen TT Hobby Passenger Rolling Stock, Wesa 200 blue Wagon Lits Sleeping Cars (2), TT Hobby, 3622 DR green bogie coaches (3, two boxed), 3411 red 6-wheel Baggage car, in original boxes, unboxed DR bright green Main line coaches and five DR green 4-wheel coaches with verandas, generally VG, boxes F (12) £40-60
124.    Ten copies of Rob Hampton's excellent book Tri-ang TT Railways, E, in as new condition (10) £120-140
125.    H0 n3 Gauge Locomotives rolling stock and Accessories, black 2-8-0 Steam Locomotive and Tender, two green coaches with verandas and Baggage/US Mail van, Grandit Line and Durango Press unmade Gondola plastic kits, Precision scale Stock Car kit, MRGS Caboose kit, all four in original boxes, six Shinohara Points (Turnouts), in original packaging, 12 lengths of Rail Craft Flexi Track, various Kadee coupling packs and other HO accessories, VG-E, boxes G-VG (qty) £80-120
126.    BEMO H0 m Gauge 1268 150 RhB AB3 4/4 30 Electric Railcar, Ferrovia Retica red livery, in original box, E, box VG £100-140
127.    BEMO H0 m Gauge 1255 132 RhB Ge 6/6 1 412 Rhätisches Krokodil Electric Locomotive, brown livery, in original box, E, box VG £100-140
128.    BEMO H0 m Gauge 1291 113 RhB Ge 4/6 353 Stangenel lok Electric Locomotive, brown livery, in original box, E, box VG £100-140
129.    BEMO H0 m Gauge 1258 145 RhB Ge 4/4 11 615 Electric Lok 'Klosters' Locomotive, red livery, in original box, E, box VG £100-140
130.    BEMO H0 m Gauge 1254 126 RhB Ge 6/6 11 706 'Disentis' Universal Electric Locomotive, red livery, in original box, E, box VG £100-140
131.    BEMO H0 m Gauge 1255 137 RhB Ge 6/6 1 407 Rhätisches Krokodil Electric Locomotive, brown livery, in original box, E, box VG £100-140
132.    Bemo H0m Rolling stock, unboxed 3256 RhM red bogie Passenger Coach AB 1542 and two 7301 4-wheel bolster wagons, G-VG (3) £20-30
133.    Bachmann HO Gauge 0n30 scale Vintage Shanghai Trams, CE00202 green and yellow Tramcar and CE00203 Shanghai Tramways red and cream Tramcar, both in original boxes with instructions, E, boxes VG (2) £60-80
134.    On30 Scale Spectrum Locomotive, a boxed Spectrum by Bachmann No 25760 28-Ton Two Truck Class B Climax Locomotive, Pocahontas Lumber Co with DCC fitted, in original box with packaged accessories and documentation, G-E, Box G £80-120
135.    On30 Scale Spectrum Locomotive, a boxed Spectrum by Bachmann No 25657 Two Truck Shay Locomotive, Greenbrier & Big Run Lumber, in original box with packaged accessories and documentation, G-E, Box G £80-120
136.    On30 Scale Spectrum Rail Truck, a boxed Spectrum by Bachmann No 29162 Rail Truck, Colorado Mining Co with ACC (DCC), in original box with packaged accessories and documentation, G-E, Box G £50-80
137.    On30 Scale Spectrum Locomotive and Coaches, An unboxed Spectrum by Bachmann No 25499 Forney 2-4-4, Locomotive with DCC and sound, in weathered livery, together with three Colorado & Southern carriages, comprising two passenger cars and an RPO coach, another unmarked passenger coach and a four wheel flat car, G, (6)


ANNOUNCE VENDOR ADVISES LOCO IS NOT DCC ALTHOUGH STATED DCC ON BASE OF LOCO £100-150
138.    On30 Scale Spectrum Freight Cars, a boxed group of five all Ohio River and Western, comprising No 27029 Box Car, No 27529 Stock Car (2) and No 27718 Caboose (2), one factory sealed, G-E, boxes G, (5) £80-120
139.    On30 Scale Spectrum Freight Cars, a boxed group of five all Ohio River and Western, comprising No 27129 Tank Car, No 27529 Stock Car (3) and No 27718 Caboose (1), factory sealed, G-E, boxes G, (5) £80-120
140.    On30 Scale Spectrum Freight Cars, a boxed group of five all Ohio River and Western, comprising No 27129 Tank Car, (2) No 27529 Stock Car (2) and No 27718 Caboose (1), G-E, boxes G,(5) £80-120
141.    On30 Scale Spectrum Freight Cars, a boxed group comprising a duo of No 27391 Logging and Mining Cars, Skeleton Log Car (three car sets) one factory sealed and a duo of 29801 Woodside - Dump Car (three car sets), G-E, boxes G, (4) £100-150
142.    On30 Scale Spectrum Freight and Passenger Cars, a boxed group of six, all Denver & Rio Grande Western, comprising No 27618 Ventilated Box Car (2), No 27018 Box Car, No 27418 Reefer Refrigerated, No 26118 Combine Car (factory sealed) and No 26318 Passenger Car (with lit interior) G-E, boxes G, (6) £100-120
143.    On30 Scale Spectrum Freight Cars, a boxed group of six, comprising Baltimore and Ohio No 27712 Caboose (with lit interior) and No 27012 Box Car, together with Great Northern, No 27011 Box Car (2) and Colorado & Southern No 27523 Stock Car and No 26423 Baggage Car, G-E, boxes G, (6) £100-150
144.    On30 Scale Spectrum Freight Cars, a boxed group of five, comprising Rampo Valley Brewery No 27470, Billboard Reefer Cars, (2) John Howard's Brewhouse No 27467 Billboard Reefer Car and Bricktown Brewery, No 27466 Billboard Reefer Car, together with a Breakwater and Delaware Bay No 27656 Ventilated Box Car, G-E, boxes G, (5) £80-120
145.    On30 Scale Spectrum Freight Cars, a boxed group of six, comprising, No 26998 Camp Car, Bunk Car and No26996 Camp Car Dining Car, together with Tank Cars including, No 27199 black and unlettered, No 27145 Gramps, No 27198 Silver unlettered and No 27147 Conoco, G-E, boxes G, (6) £100-150
146.    On30 Scale Spectrum Freight Cars, a boxed group of five, comprising, Chesapeake & Delaware No 27635 Ventilated Box Cars (2), No 27857 Greenbrier Big Run Lumber Co Highside Gondola and No 26863 Little River Logging Co Pulpwood Car together with No 26878 Carolina Pulpwood & Paper Co Pulpwood Car, G-E, boxes G, (5) £80-120
147.    On30 Scale Spectrum Freight Cars, a boxed group of five, comprising, Pennsylvania Railway, No 27714 Caboose, with lit interior (3) and No 26414 Baggage Car together with South Pacific Coast No 27634 Ventilated Box Car, G-E, 95) £80-120
148.    Hornby 00 Gauge Locomotive and Rolling Road, R2359 BR black Class 5MT 44908, R8211 Rolling Road, both in original boxes, unboxed Gaugemaster Combi hand held controller and Premier Rotating Motor for circular display table, in original box, G-E, boxes G-VG (4) £60-80
149.    Hornby 00 Gauge (China) large Tank Locomotives, R2214A GNR 0-6-2T 1763, R2269 LNER N2 0-6-2T 4753, R2912 LNER Thompson L1 2-6-4T 9001, R2959 BR L1 67717 and R2637 Stanier 4MT 2-6-4T 42437 weathered, all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes VG (5) £100-140
150.    Hornby 00 Gauge (China) LNER and BR Locomotives and Tenders, R2998 LNER B1 4-6-0 'Roedeer', R3000 BR B1 'Sir Harold Mitchell' and R2919 BR Class 3800 2-8-0 2891, all in original boxes, E, boxes VG (3) £120-160
151.    Hornby 00 Gauge (China) BR Locomotives and Tenders, R2716 black Class 7500 4-6-0 75070 weathered, R3242 black K1 2-6-0 62015 and R2921 green B17/1 'Thorpe Hall', all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes VG (3) £120-160
152.    Hornby 00 Gauge (China) BR blue Locomotives and Tenders, R3206 Peppercorn Class A1 4-6-2 'Tornado' and R2171 Rebuilt Merchant Navy Class 'Canadian Pacific', both in original boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £100-140
153.    Hornby 00 Gauge (China) R2146 LNER green Class A3 'Flying Scotsman', with gold plated detailed parts, Millennium Limited Edition 1463/2000, in original box and maroon Millennium presentation box, together with R4517, R4173 and R4530A LNER Teak coaches, both in original boxes, E-M, boxes VG-E (6 boxes Loco and four coaches) £120-160
154.    Hornby 00 Gauge (Margate) LMS maroon Locomotives and Tenders', R050 Class 7P 'The Princess Royal' (2), R134 'Duchess of Norfolk', R832 'Princess Elizabeth' and R376 Class 4P repainted black to an amateur standard, all in original boxes, F-E, boxes F-G (5) £100-140
155.    Hornby (China), 00 Gauge Fowler Class 4P 2-6-4 Tank Locomotives, R2224 LMS maroon 2311, R2398 BR black 42322, R2397 LMS black 2341 and R2287 BR black weathered 42322, all in original boxes, E, boxes VG (4) £100-140
156.    Hornby (Margate and China), 00 Gauge Locomotives and Tenders, Margate R190 Class 7mt BR green 'Britannia' and LMS black Ivatt 2-6-0 No 6259 with additional pickups in Tender (incorrect box), China, R2230 LMS maroon 'Duchess of Buccleuch' and R2617 Class A3 60067 'Ladas', all except Ivatt in original boxes together with Hornby BR green rebuilt Royal Scot Class 46127 'Old Contemptibles', in base of box only, F-E, boxes F-G (5) £100-140
157.    Hornby (China), 00 Gauge Locomotives and Tenders, R3230 LNER black Class J15, R2450 BR black ( weathered) Class 5mt 45393 and R2382 BR black Class 5mt '44666, VG-E, boxes G-VG (3) £100-140
158.    Hornby (China), 00 Gauge R2339 Class A4 4468 'Mallard' Locomotives and Tender, in blue, in original box, together with two (Margate) LNER Teak coaches, both in original boxes, VG-E, boxes F-VG (3) £60-80
159.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge Silver Fox and Jubilee Coach and Coronation Scot Coaches, R099 LNER silver 'Silver Fox' and one Silver Jubilee Coach, R422 (3) and R423 (3) blue Coronation Scot Coaches, all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes F-VG (8) £80-120
160.    Hornby (Margate and China) 00 Gauge Schools and N15 Class Locomotives and Tenders, Margate R2018 Southern green 930 'Radley', China, R2124 Southern Green 907 'Dulwich' and R2582 BR green N15 Class 30803 'Sir Harry le Fise Lake', all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes F-VG, R2582 creases and tears at one end (3) £100-140
161.    Hornby (Margate and China) 00 Gauge Battle of Britain West Country and Merchant Navy Class Locomotives and Tenders, Margate R374 SR green Battle of Britain Class ' Spitfire' and R265 SR green West Country Class 'Bideford', China R2169 BR green rebuilt Merchant Navy Class 'Clan Line', all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes G-VG (3) £120-160
162.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge Class T9 Locomotives and Tenders, R2029 Southern black 314 (2) and R2892 LSWR green 120 produced for the Hornby Collector Ltd Ed 45/1500, all in original boxes, E, boxes VG (3) £120-160
163.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge Class Q1 Locomotives and Tenders m7 and Coaches, R2344 BR Q1 33009 and SR Q1 C8, R2503 SR green M7 357 with R4534A BR pull-push Coach set, all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes (4) £100-160
164.    Hornby (Margate and China) 00 Gauge Southern Coaches and Utility Vans, Margate R431, R432 (2), R486, R487 and R4057 Utility Van, China, Maunsell Coaches (6) and 4-wheel Passenger Brake van, R4056 and R4535 Utility Vans, all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes G-VG (15) £100-140
165.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge GWR and ex-GWR Locomotives, R3116 GWR green Star Class 'Knight of the Grand Cross', R2928 GWR green Class 61XX 2-6-2 Tank and R3006 BR black weathered Class 38XX 2-8-0 3864 Locomotive and Tender, all in original boxes, E, boxes VG (3) £100-140
166.    Hornby (China and Margate) 00 Gauge GWR Set Locomotives and Coaches, China R3219 Great Western Troop Train Pack, R2614 Dean Class 'Lorna Doone' Ltd Ed 739/2000, R4526 and R4108 GWR Royal Mail TPO sets, Margate Tri-ang 'Lord of the Isles' (part boxed) and seven full length GWR Clerestory coaches and Dapol Auto coach, all in original boxes, G-E, boxes F-VG (13) £150-200
167.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge 'Tornado' Pullman Train Pack, comprising Locomotive and Tender in BR green with three Pullman coaches, in original box, E, box VG £80-120
168.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge Pullman Train Packs, R2797M 'The White Pullman' comprising SR green King Arthur Class 773 'Sir Lavaine' and three Pullman coaches and R2819 'The Bournemouth Belle' comprising BR green Class 7P6F 70009 'Alfred the Great' and three Pullman coaches, both packs in original boxes, E, boxes F-VG one end of Belle box torn (2) £100-160
169.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge Devon Belle Train Pack and additional coaches, R2568 'Devon Belle' Train pack comprising BR West Country class 34030 'Watersmeet' and three Pullman Coaches together with R4251 Devon Belle Coach set comprising three Pullman coaches, all in original boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £100-160
170.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge Golden Arrow Train Pack and additional Coach Pack, R2369 'The Golden Arrow' Train pack comprising BR Battle of Britain class 34074 and three Pullman Coaches together with R4196 'The Golden Arrow' Coach set comprising three Pullman coaches, all in original boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £100-160
171.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge 'The Northumbrian Train Pack' and additional coaches, R2363M 'The Northumbrian'' Train pack comprising BR 4-6-2 60092 ' Fairway) and three ex Gresley maroon and cream Coaches together with R4255 'The Master Cutler' Coach set comprising four ex Gresley maroon and cream coaches, together with five individually box coaches all in original boxes, E, boxes VG (7) £150-200
172.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge Pullman Coaches, including R4387 Daffodil Bar, R4477 12-wheel 3rd Class Brake Car No 95, Car No 167, Car No 64, Car No 248, Minerva, Argus and R4451 Pullman SR Luggage Van, all in original boxes, E, boxes VG (8) £100-150
173.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge Train Pack and Royal Doulton Collection Locomotive, R2082 BR Schools Train Pack comprising BR green 30902 'Wellington' and three green Mk 1 Coaches, in original train pack and R459 LMS black 4-6-2 'City of St Albans' and Royal Doulton plate, in original box with outer despatch box, E, boxes G-VG (2) £80-120
174.    Hornby (Margate and China) 00 Gauge Diesel Multiple Unit (DMU) Train Packs R369 BR green Class 110 3-Car unit (2), R297 Pacer Twin Railbus GTR Manchester PTE, China, R2578A BR green Class 101 3-Car DMU, all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes F-VG (4) £80-120
175.    Hornby (Margate and China) 00 Gauge Diesel Locomotives, Margate, R289 BR Inter-City grey Bo-Bo Electric Class 86, R250 Railfreight grey Class 58001, R2051C Virgin Co-Co Class 47 47845 'County of Kent', R2013A Freightliner two tone grey Class 47 47376 'Freightliner 1995', early China production R2107A Transrail Co-Co Diesel Electric Class 56 56119, all in original boxes, G-E, boxes F-G (5) £80-120
176.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge Diesel Locomotives, R2350 BR Network SouthEast weathered Co-Co Class 50 'Achilles', R2413B BR blue weathered AIA-AIA Class 31 31268 and R2490 Mainline blue Co-Co Class 60 60078, all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes G-VG (3) £80-120
177.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge Diesel Locomotives including Shunters, R2252A BR weathered Class 58 58041 'Ratcliffe Power Station', R2421 BR grey and yellow AIA AIA Class 31 31110, R3048 BR Inter-City 0-6-0 Class 08 Diesel Shunter 08673 'Piccadilly' and R2417 BR green 0-6-0 Class 08 Diesel Shunter 3256, all in original boxes, E, boxes VG (4) £80-120
178.    Hornby Tri-ang and Rovex (Margate) 00 Gauge Steam and Diesel Locomotives, R125 GWR green 3824 'County of Cornwall', R357 BR green A1A A1A Diesel Locomotive, unboxed R060 BR green B17 61656 'Leeds United' Locomotive and Tender (lacks nameplates, non-factory weathered) , Tri-ang green 0-4-0 Tank Engine, in a Dock Shunter box and Rovex BR black 4-6-0 Princess Elizabeth with plunger pick ups in original box (no Tender), F-VG, boxes F-G (5) £60-80
179.    Hornby (Margate and China) 00 Gauge Tank Locomotives Margate R158 GWR black Pannier Tank 2747, R150 L&Y black Saddle Tank 627, China, R2399 NCB green 0-6-ST Class J94 no 49, R2406 LBSC umber Terrier 32635 'Brighton Works' and R2216 K&ESR blue Terrier 'Bodiam', all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes F-VG (5) £80-100
180.    Hornby (Margate and China) 00 Gauge HST Train Packs and additional coaches, China R2705 Grand Central Trains Class 43 Power and non-powered cars, in original box together with three individually boxed GCT centre coaches, Margate R332 HST pack comprising 3-Car blue/grey unit, in original box together with five individually boxed blue/grey centre cars, all in original boxes and R587 BR swallow livery Class 47 47 586 'Northamptonshire', in original box, VG-E, boxes F-VG (10) £100-140
181.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge R2987 Brighton Belle 1934 Train Pack, comprising chocolate and cream Motor Brake Power and Dummy cars, in original box, E, box VG £60-80
182.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge R2988 Brighton Belle 1969 Train Pack, comprising blue/grey Motor Brake Power and Dummy cars, in original box, E, box VG £60-80
183.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge R3161A Southern Railway 2-Bil '2041' Train Pack, comprising SR green Driving Motor Coach and non-powered Motor coach, in original box, E, box VG £60-80
184.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge R1029 Permanent Way Train Set, comprising BR black class N2 Locomotive, Breakdown Crane, Packing Van, Coach, Track, transformer and Trackmat, in original set box, E, unused, box VG £50-70
185.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge R1057 The Royal Train set, comprising LMS maroon 4-6-2 'Princess Elizabeth', three Royal coaches, track and transformer, in original box, together with R4403 Royal Kitchen Dining Car, in original box, E, appear unused, box VG (2) £60-80
186.    Hornby (China and Margate) 00 Gauge Coaches, Margate R413 LMS operating Royal Mail Coach, China, R4095B 12-wheel Dining car, R4264A BR ER Sleeping Car, R4450A BR maroon Parcels Van, BR blood and custard Hawksworth coaches (3), R4028 Centenary Coach and R4029 Centenary brake, R4468 BR blue/grey Buffet coach, Dapol LMS 6-wheel Stove and Replica GWR Collett, all in original boxes, E, most appear unused, boxes VG (12) £80-120
187.    Hornby (China and Margate) 00 modern image Gauge Coaches, Margate R4078 GNER Mk 3 open 2nd and R426 BR Mk 3 Test coach 10, China, R4104 GNER Mk 3 Ist (2) and R4106 GNER Mk 3 Buffet, T4438 Hitachi class 395 Southeastern 'Blue Rapier' Standard coach (2), all in original boxes, E, most appear unused, boxes VG (7) £50-70
188.    Hornby (China and Margate) 00 Gauge Hopper wagons and other rolling stock, China, four sets R6222 weathered MGR Coal Hoppers x3 (12 wagons), Seacow Hoppers (4), R6193 twin pack 14-Ton McEwan's Tank wagons, Margate R740 Ferry Van and R048 BR brake van, all in original boxes, (11 boxes 20 wagons ) £70-90
189.    Hornby (China and Margate) and other makers 00 Breakdown Crane and Rolling stock, Hornby R683 Breakdown set, R6484 kfa Container wagons (4), ZSX and VDA Vans, various wagons (16), Bachmann 33-028 Coal Trader set and Regent Tank, Airfix Conflat, all in original boxes, E, boxes VG, together with two unboxed kitbuilt trucks, LMS Brake van and GW high sided open wagon, VG (26 boxes, 29 wagons), £100-140
190.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge R2306 'The Caledonian' Train Pack, comprising BR 4-6-2 Coronation Duchess class 'King George VI', three BR maroon coaches, Ltd Ed 1970/3000, in original box, E, appears unrun, box VG £60-80
191.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge R3185 Hitachi Class 395 'Sir Chris Hoy' Train Pack, comprising Motorised and unpowered cars and three centre coaches, in original box, E, appears unused, box VG £50-70
192.    Hornby China 00 Gauge R2692 Battle of Britain Class 'Sir Eustace Missenden', in BR green no 34090, in original box, E, appears unrun, box VG £60-80
193.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge BR Steam Locomotives and Tenders, R2321 BR black Class 5MT 45455 and R2312 BR green Duchess Class '46239 'City of Chester', both in original boxes, E, both appear unrun, boxes VG £100-140
194.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge BR ex GWR Steam Locomotives and Tenders, R3330 NRM Special Edition BR green 6000 'King George V' and R2318 BR green Castle Class 5071 'Spitfire', both in original boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £100-140
195.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge R2329M Thames-Clyde Express Train Pack, comprising Britannia class 70054 'Dornoch Firth' Locomotive and Tender, three BR maroon coaches, Ltd Ed 306/1500 in original box, E, appears unrun, box G-VG £60-80
196.    Hornby (Margate and China LNER and LMS Steam Locomotives, Margate R378 LNER green Class D49/1 4-4-0 2753 'Chester' and China R2313 LMS maroon Princess Class 6204 'Princess Louise', both in original boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £80-120
197.    Hornby (China) R1037 GWR Mixed Traffic Train Set, comprising GWR green 2761 Pannier Tank, five pieces rolling stock, yard crane, Trackmat, track and controller, in original set box, E, box VG £50-70
198.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge Diesel Locomotives, R2410 BR two tone green Hymek Bo-Bo Diesel Hydraulic Class 35 weathered, R3289TTS Class 37 Network Rail yellow (not DCC, no sound), R3287TTS BR blue Class 47 47401 (not DCC, no sound), all in original boxes, VG, boxes G-VG (3) £80-120
199.    Hornby 00 Gauge (China) R2405 LNER class A1 'Great Northern' Steam Locomotive, LNER green no 1470, in original box, E, box VG £60-80
200.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge R1019 Flying Scotsman Train Set, comprising LNER green '4472 'Flying Scotsman' Locomotive and Tender, three coaches, track, points and transformer, in original box, VG-E, box G-VG £50-70
201.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge R1089 The Anglian Train Set, comprising BR blue B12 61525 Locomotive and Tender, two blood and custard Clerestory coaches, track, point and controllers, in original box, VG, lacks trackmat, box G-VG £50-70
202.    Hornby (China Margate and W Germany) 00 Gauge boxed Accessories, including R8004 Engine Shed (2, China), R657 Girder Bridge (3, one Margate), R417 Coach Siding Platforms (4 West Germany), R530 Pylons, R512 Booking Hall, R076 Footbridge, R591 Branch Line Station, R414 Turntable, R528 Operating Tipper Set, R515 Operating Conveyor Set, R418 Dunster Station and R499 River Bridge (all Margate), all in original boxes, some sealed, together with unboxed Tunnel, VG-E, boxes G-E (19) £80-120
203.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge Skaledale Gas Works Buildings and Accessories comprising R8737 Small Gasholder, R8738 Retort House with chimney, R8739 Boiler Room, R8740 Condenser Tower and Washer, R8741 Purifiers, R8742 Office and Gate, R8743 Stores, R8744 Straight Walls x3 (2) and R8745 Corner walls x2 (2), all in original boxes, E, appear unused, boxes VG (11) £100-140
204.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge Skaledale Limited Edition R9640 Coaling Tower, in original box, E, box VG £50-70
205.    Hornby (Margate) Diesel Locomotives, R060 BR two tone green Class 47 D1738, R075 BR blue Class 47 47421, R352 BR maroon Class 52 'Western Courier' and R778 BR blue Class 52 'Western Harrier', all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes F-G (4) £70-90
206.    Hornby (Margate) Steam Locomotives, R310 BR green Battle of Britain Class '34054 'Lord Beaverbrook' and R146 BR blue Class A3 60052 'Prince Palatine', both in original boxes, E, boxes F-G (2) £80-120
207.    Hornby (China) Collectors Centre Special Edition Steam Locomotives, R264 LMS maroon Royal Scot Class 7P 6100 'The Royal Scot' and R2678 LSWR green M7 no 252, both in original boxes, E, boxes VG-E (2) £80-120
208.    Hornby (China and Margate) BR/GWR green Locomotives, China, R2098E GWR 2-6-2T Prairie Class 61XX 6119, R2381A BR ex GWR 0-4-2T Class 14XX, R2665 BR 0-4-0T Industrial Locomotive No 328, R2402 4-6-0 Grange Class 6800 'Hardwick Grange' and Margate R830 4-6-0 Saint Class 2920 'Saint David' all in original boxes, E, boxes VG (5) £100-140
209.    Hornby (Margate) 00 Gauge Locomotives, R866NS LNER green B12 8509 (part box), R765 4-6-0 red 'Lord Westwood', R052 4-6-2 BR green 'Princess Victoria' and R050 BR black 'Princess Victoria' all in original boxes and unboxed BR green 70013 'Oliver Cromwell' , VG-E, boxes F-G (5) £80-120
210.    Hornby (Margate) 00 Gauge Goods and Passenger Rolling Stock, SR green coaches (3), LMS maroon (2), LNER teak style (2), GWR chocolate and cream (2), various goods wagons (15), all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes G-VG (24) £80-120
211.    Hornby (Margate) 00 Gauge Train Sets and Locomotives, Tri-ang Hornby Clockwork Set , in original box, Blue DMU 2-car Set, in base of original box, R758 BR blue Hymek, R052 black Jinty, R255 black Dock Shunter and Lima BR blue Diesel Shunter, all in original boxes and 4 Fleischmann plastic lapel badges, G-E, boxes F-VG £60-80
212.    Hornby (Margate) 00 Gauge Track Points and Accessories, R408U Electric Turntable, R002 Village Station, R146 Double Engine Shed (4), Signals (4, three unboxed), R400 Signal Control Set, R663 Point Control Motor (11), Tunnel, Buffer Stops (2), Footbridge, various transformers (4, two boxed) most in original boxes, and various items loose track and points (some boxed) and platforms, G-E, boxes F-G (qty) £80-120
213.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge BR black Q1 Steam Locomotives and Tenders, R2344A 33006 and R3011X 33005, both in original boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £80-120
214.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge BR green rebuilt Merchant Navy Class Steam Locomotives and Tenders, R2710 35010 'Blue Star Line' and R2169 35028 'Clan Line', both in original boxes, E, boxes VG, Clan Line lacks title card (2) £100-140
215.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge BR green rebuilt Battle of Britain Class Steam Locomotives and Tenders, R2587 34062 '17 Squadron' and R2607 '213 Squadron', both in original boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £100-140
216.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge BR green King Arthur Class N15 Steam Locomotives and Tenders, R2905 Pete Waterman collection 30452 'Sir Meliagrance' with 8-wheel Tender and R2582 30803 'Sir Harry le Fise lake', both in original boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £70-90
217.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge BR black Class T9 Steam Locomotives and Tenders, R2380 30285 and R2831 weathered 30726, both in original boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £80-100
218.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge BR West Country Class and M7 Steam Locomotives, R2218 BR green West Country Class 34041 'Wilton' R2608 BR green rebuilt West Country Class 34026 'Yes Tor' and R2505 BR black M7 30031, all in original boxes, E, boxes G-VG (3) £120-160
219.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge BR Schools Class Locomotives and Tenders, R2743 BR green 30915 'Brighton' and R2744 BR black 30932 'Blundells', in original boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £70-100
220.    Hornby (China) Thomas Series and Terrier Tank and Diesel Engine, Thomas R9218 Maithwaite Station House, R9217 Booking Hall, both in original boxes and R9219 Maithwaite Station platforms, in polystyrene packing (no boxes), R3022 SR green 0-6-0 Terrier class Tank 2662 and R2375 Virgin red and grey Class 06 Shunter, both in original boxes, VG-E, boxes G-VG ( 6, including two platform pieces) £50-80
221.    Hornby (China) EWS maroon and yellow Class 56 and 67 Diesel Locomotives, R2648 Co -Co '56059' and R3040 Bo-Bo '67001', both in original boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £80-100
222.    Hornby (China) Network SouthEast Class 50 blue red and white Diesel Locomotives, R2575 Co-Co 50027 'Lion' and R2793 Co-Co 50048 'Dauntless', both in original boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £80-100
223.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge R2560 'Lord of the Isles' Train Pack, comprising Locomotive and Tender and three GWR chocolate and cream Clerestory coaches, in original unopened box, E-M, box VG £60-80
224.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge Steam Locomotives and Tenders, R3431 BR black Class B12 61533 and R2340 BR green Class A4 60031 'Golden Plover', both in original boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £80-120
225.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge BR and GWR Steam Locomotives and Tenders, R2218 BR green West Country Class 34041 'Wilton' and R2915 NRM Special Edition GWR green Class 2800 2-8-0 2818, both in original boxes, E, boxes G-VG (2) £100-140
226.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge BR T9 4-4-0 Locomotives and Tenders, R2889 green 30119 Collectors Centre Special Ltd Production 582/1200 and R2712 black 30724, both in original boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £80-100
227.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge Southern Class T9 Locomotive and Tender and 1938 Suburban Coaches, R2711 SR class T9 '729', R4378 Southern Suburban 1938 'Coach Pack' comprising SR green 1st, 3rd and Brake /3rd coaches, in original boxes with outer sleeve and R4299B SR Maunsell Composite coach no 5141, in original box, E, boxes VG (one loco and four coaches in 3 boxes) £70-90
228.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge Atlantic Coast Express Pack and additional coaches, R2194 ACE Train Pack comprising BR green Merchant Navy class rebuilt 35022 'Holland America Line' Locomotive and Tender and three BR green coaches, in original box Ltd Ed 1026/2000, R4140 ACE Coach Pack comprising two BR green coaches, in original boxes with sleeve and R4303D BR green Maunsell 1st Class coach, in original box, E-M, appears unused, boxes VG (3) £100-140
229.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge Pullman Coaches with lights, 4429 Car No 171, 4384 'Monaco', 4428 'Zenobia', 4427 Car No 66, 4426 'Rosemary' (2), all in original boxes, E-M, boxes VG (6) £100-140
230.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge Mk1 BR blue/grey Coaches, R4775, R4773, R4778, R4772, R4774, R4771, and R4776, all in original boxes, E-M, boxes E (7) £100-140
231.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge SR green Maunsell Coaches, R4390A, R4342B, R4302C, R4341A, R4336A and R4339A, all in original boxes, E-M, boxes E (6) £80-120
232.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge BR blue/grey Brighton Belle 1969 4-car EMU, R2988 Train Pack comprising Driving Motor Brake (Powered) and Driving Motor Brake (Dummy), in original Train pack box (unopened) and R4528 and R4529Trailer 1st Class coaches, in original boxes, E-M, boxes E (3) £100-140
233.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge R3087 BR Pull-Push Train Pack, comprising BR black M7 30029 and two BR green coaches, in original Train Pack box, VG-E, lightly run, box VG £80-120
234.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge R2684 Gold Plated Ltd ED Class A4 'Mallard' Locomotive and Tender, sealed in original outer despatch box, M, unopened, boxes E £80-120
235.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge R2684 Gold Plated Ltd ED Class A4 'Mallard' Locomotive and Tender, sealed in original outer despatch box, M, unopened, boxes E £80-120
236.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge R2695 Class 156 Scotrail 2-Car DMU, in original box, E-M, unopened, box VG some ceasing to one corner £60-80
237.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge Transrail and YGB Seacow wagons, Transrail R6287D and R6287A in blue and R6287E and R6287F weathered (4), Departmental YGB R6288A (3) and R6288C (3 weathered), all in original boxes, E-M, boxes VG-E (12) £100-140
238.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge Blue Circle Tank wagons and Express and Fish Vans, R6311PDA Depressed Centre Blue Circle wagon (3), R6638A 12-Ton Fish Van (4) and R663912 Ton SPV blue Van (3), all in original boxes, E-M, boxes G-E (10) £80-120
239.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge mixed Goods Rolling stock, R6362 Hornby 2007 wagon, R6507A GWR Horse Box, R6623 BR Horse Box, R6574 LNER Conflat & Container, R6737A BR Cattle wagon and various Private Owner's wagons (9), all in original boxes, E-M, boxes E (14) £50-70
240.    Hornby (Margate) 00 Gauge Steam and Diesel Locomotives, R053 LNER green B17 'Manchester United', R378 LNER green D29/1 'Cheshire', R355 MR maroon Compound 1000, R327 BR green Class 25 Diesels (2, one with poorly repainted white stripe), all in original boxes. F-E, boxes F-G, together with unboxed LNER B12 8509 and BR black 0-6-0 Jinty, F-G (7) £80-120
241.    Tri-ang and Hornby (Margate and China) 00 Gauge BR green Diesel Railcars, Tr-ang R157 DMU Power Car, in original box and unboxed Trailer, Hornby Margate R687 3-Car DMU Pack and China R2297C Class 110 3-Car DMU (unused), both sets in original boxes, G-E, boxes F-VG (4) £80-120
242.    Hornby (Margate and China) 00 Gauge Steam Locomotives, China R2276 BR black Fowler 4F 44447 (no paperwork of title sleeve), R2250 BR black Class 5MT 45253 and Margate R239 BR black Class 4P 2-6-4T42363, all in original boxes, VG, boxes G-VG (3) £70-90
243.    Hornby 00 Gauge Skaledale Station Signal boxes and other buildings, R8641 Platform Footbridge, R97776 Signal Box, R9634 Great Northern Signal Box, R8721 Platform Signal Box, R8716 Upper Skaledale Main Building, R8717 Upper Skaledale Waiting Room, R8720 Lower Skaledale Office, R8521 Strawsons Warehouse, R8589 Level Crossing Signal Bo and R8797 Newspaper Kiosk and R8503 St Michael's School, all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes G-VG (12) £100-140
244.    Hornby 00 Gauge Skaledale Goods Yard buildings Engine Sheds and Coal buildings, R9522 Magna Goods Shed, R9532 Magna Engine Shed, R9738 NER Weighbridge, R8537 Coal Merchants, R8603 Coal Staithes (2), R8588 Weighbridge and Scales, R8587 Coal Stage, R8586 Platelayer's Hut and R8585 Lamp Hut, all in original boxes, E, boxes G-VG (10) £80-120
245.    Hornby 00 Gauge Skaledale Goods Yard buildings Engine Sheds and other buildings, R8637 Double Engine Shed, R8852 Skaledale East Goods Shed, R8573 Dutch Barn, R8788 Nissen Hut, R8588 Weighbridge and Scales, R8585 Lamp Hut, all in original boxes and unboxed single lane Engine Shed, VG-E, boxes G-VG (7) £80-100
246.    Hornby (Margate) 00 Gauge MR LNER and other Coaching Stock, LMS/MR maroon Clerestory coaches (11, four boxed), 4-wheel (6, two boxed), LNER clerestory coaches (4) and Teak style mainline (5, one boxed), blue 4-wheel coaches (4), mostly unboxed, G-E, boxes G (30) £100-140
247.    Hornby (China) BR maroon Princess Coronation and Duchess Class Locomotives and Tenders R2383 46251 'City of Nottingham' weathered and R2930 46243 'City of Lancaster', both in original boxes, both appear unrun, boxes VG (2) £100-140
248.    Hornby (China) R2989XS LMS maroon 6232 Duchess of Montrose Locomotive and Tender, with Sound (Decoder Fitted), in original box, E, appears unrun, box VG £100-140
249.    Hornby (Margate and China) 00 Gauge Locomotives and Royal Train Coaches, Margate R2373 BR blue 46231 'Duchess of Atholl', in original box, unboxed LMS maroon 6201 'Princess Elizabeth' and China, three Royal Train Coaches, in a draw from a Presentation set, VG-E, boxes F-G (3) £80-120
250.    Hornby China) 00 Gauge Locomotives and Tenders, TMC 228 (R2206) LMS blue Coronation renamed 6222 'Queen Mary' Ltd Ed 2/250, in original box and LMS maroon 4-2-2 Stirling single 14010, in polystyrene base, E, box VG (2) £80-120
251.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge Legends Series R 2973 Class A4 LNER blue 'Mallard', Ltd Ed 360/1000, in original box, E-M appears unrun, box VG-E £60-80
252.    Hornby (China) Railcar and Diesel Shunter, R2512 New Strathclyde PTE crimson and cream Class 156 2-Car set and R3354 0-4-0 'Barabel' Sentinel Diesel Shunter, both in original boxes, E, boxes VG-E, together with unboxed Roco DB crimson and cream coach, G (3) £60-80
253.    Hornby (China) Barry Freeman Collection R2906 Rare Bird Train Pack, comprising BR blue Class A4 620024 'Kingfisher' and three LNER Teak coaches, in original box with Rare Bird Print, Ltd Ed of 1000, certificate sealed in packing card with print, E-M, appears unused, box VG £100-140
254.    Hornby (China) R2953 Flying Scotsman USA Tour 1969 Train Pack, comprising LNER green 'Flying Scotsman' with bell and second Tender and Pullman Observation Car, Ltd Ed 534/2000, in original box, E-M, appears unrun, box VG £80-120
255.    Hornby (China) R2300 Bournemouth Belle Train Pack, comprising BR green rebuilt Merchant Navy Class 35021 'New Zealand Line' and three Pullman coaches, in original box, E, box VG £80-120
256.    Hornby (China) R2946 BR blue 4 VEP Class 423 Train Pack, comprising Power, Trailer and two centre cars, in original box, E, box VG £60-80
257.    Hornby (Margate) 00 Gauge Diesel Locomotives and Railcars R080 BR green Class 29 Bo Bo D6110 and R068 BR blue Class 25 Bo Bo 25247 Diesel Locomotives, R157 BR green 2-Car Diesel Railcar and R688 Trailer Car, all in original boxes, VG, boxes F-G (4) £60-80
258.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge NRM R3177 BR green 2-Bil Train Pack, comprising Driving Motor Brake and Composite Dummy, in original box, E, appears unused, box VG £50-70
259.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge R2079 Kentish Belle Train Pack and additional Pullman Coaches, R2079 comprising BR black Schools class 30912 'Downside' and three Pullman Coaches, Ltd Ed 905/2000, in original box, together with a pack (from set) with three Pullman coaches, in hard foam base and plastic cover, VG-E, boxes G-VG (2) £80-100
260.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge Pullman Coaches with lights, R4166 2nd Class Brake Car No 248, in original box and ex Train set, set of three Pullman Cars comprising 'Ibis', Cygnus' and 'Minerva', in hard foam tray with plastic cover , E, boxes G-VG (2) £60-80
261.    Hornby (China) Thomas Series, James the Red Engine, R351 Thomas and R9066 'Bert' Diesel Shunter, VG, boxes G, both in original boxes (3) £50-70
262.    Hornby (China) Thomas Series, R074 Thomas and Bill Train Set, comprising Thomas , Annie and Clarabelle, Bill 0-4-0 Saddle Tank, three trucks, two ovals of track and points, controller and trackmat, in original set box, VG-E, box VG £50-80
263.    Hornby (China) Thomas Series, R9044 Toby Electric Train Set, comprising Toby the Tram Engine, four trucks, oval and point, controller and trackmat with radio control, in original set box, VG, box G £50-80
264.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge R1038 Merchant Navy 'Orient Express' Premier Box Set, comprising BR green 35012 'United States Lines Locomotive, three Pullman coaches, double circuit of track and points, all unopened , in original red storage case in original outer box and despatch box, E-M, boxes E, £100-150
265.    Hornby (China) 00 Gauge 'Blackmoor Vale' Pullman Box Set, comprising R2219 SR green '21C123 'Blackmoor Vale', three Pullman coaches with lights, track and transformer, in original red storage box (no outer box), E, box VG £100-130
266.    Hornby (Margate) Schools Class Locomotives, R317 Top Link series BR green 30908 'Westminster', R533 Southern green 934 'St Lawrence' Ltd Ed 438/2000 and R132 Southern green 936 'Cranleigh', all in original boxes, E, boxes G-VG (3) £70-90
267.    Hornby (China and Margate) Schools Class Locomotives, China R2124 SR green 907 'Dulwich', Margate R683 SR green 928 'Repton' and R2039 BR black 30925 'Cheltenham' Ltd Ed 943/1000, all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes F-VG (3) £70-90
268.    Hornby (China and Margate) Schools and King Arthur Class Locomotives, Margate R533 SR green 934 St Lawrence, in original Repton box, unboxed SR green 795 'Sir Dinadan' and China NRM R2638 BR green 30777 'Sir Lamiel', in original box, VG-E, boxes F-VG (3) £80-100
269.    Hornby (China and Margate) SR and BR Southern Locomotives, Margate, R353 LBSC Class E2 No 100 Tank Locomotive, in original box, R374 SR green Battle of Britain Class 21C166 'Spitfire', in base of original box with picture sleeve and China, R2355 BR black Class Q1 33037, in original box, VG-E, boxes F-VG (3) £80-120
270.    Hornby (Margate and China) SR M7 and Terrier Tank Locomotives, Margate, R868 SR green M7 328 and R103 SR green 249, China R2100 SR green 0-6-0 Terrier No 11, all in original boxes, E, boxes G-VG (3) £60-80
271.    Hornby (China) SR and BR Terrier Tank Locomotives, R2100B SR green No 11 and R2165B BR black 32636, both in original boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £60-80
272.    Hornby (China) LBSC named Terrier Tank Locomotives, R2483 No 41 'Piccadilly' and R2190 No 83 ' Earlswood', both in original boxes, VG-E, boxes G-VG, Earlswood lacks title sleeve (2) £60-80
273.    Hornby (China) Merchant Navy Class Locomotive and three BR Coaches, R2294 NRM BR green rebuilt 35029 'Ellerman Lines' together with BR coaches R4125E, R4115C and R4114B, all in original boxes, E, boxes VG (4) £60-80
274.    Hornby (China) Merchant Navy Class Locomotive and four Coaches, R2466 BR green rebuilt 35011 'General Steam Navigation' together with BR Coaches R4117C, R4124E, R4115A and R457C SR Luggage Van, all in original boxes, E, boxes VG (5) £70-90
275.    Hornby (Margate) Southern green Coaches with white roofs, SR (BR MK1) green coaches, R933 (4, one unboxed) and R934 (3), all in original boxes except one, unboxed R749/R750 Southern green coaches (12), generally VG, boxes G (19) £100-120
276.    Tri-ang-Hornby and Hornby (Margate) Southern green Coaches, Tri-ang Hornby R622 and R623 in original boxes and unboxed Buffet Car, R197 SR Luggage Vans (2), R162 SR Composite (4) and R163 Brake (2), R445 SR Brake/Third (2) and Lima SR Brake, all in original boxes, together with two unboxed coaches, F-E, boxes F-VG (16) £70-90
277.    Tri-ang-Hornby and Hornby (Margate) Locomotives and Coach, Tri-ang BR black Jinty, Hornby maroon Jinty repainted BR black No 47274 (two steps unattached, one missing), Hornby repainted Ivatt 2-6-0 BR black 46403, Hornby R504 LNER 0-6-0ST No 3111, in original box and unboxed Tri-ang black Engineering coach, F-VG, box G (5) £60-80
278.    Lima HO Gauge 107004T Orient Express Train Set, comprising FS 656 023 Electric Locomotive, five Wagon Lits coaches, track and transformer, in original set box, E, appears unrun or test run only, track unused, box VG £50-70
279.    Lima 00 Gauge 104400Z 6 BR/LMS Passenger Train Set, comprising maroon 2-6-0 13000 Locomotive and Tender, three BR maroon coaches, track and transformer, in original set box, E, appears test or lightly run only, box VG, £50-70
280.    Lima 00 Gauge Class 87 and 73 Diesel and Electric Locomotives, 205234A1 BR two tone grey 87009 'City of Birmingham', Rails of Sheffield Class 73 twin set, green 73003 'Sir Herbert Walker' and Dutch grey and yellow 73128 'OVS Bulleid CBE', both in original boxes with Certificate 229/550, E, boxes VG (3) £60-80
281.    Lima 00 Gauge Diesel Locomotives, 204703A8 Class 47 Waterman 'Guy Fawkes', L204655 Class 37 'Sir Robert McAlpine' Rails of Sheffield 'Concrete Bob' Ltd Ed 433/550, Class 50 BR blue 50020 'Revenge' (probably wrong box) and Class 60 60050 'Roseberry Topping 'and EWS 60019, all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes G-VG (5) £80-120
282.    Lima 00 Gauge Diesel and Steam Locomotives and Coaches, 205118M W BR black 0-6-0 Pannier Tank 8420, 204878A7 BR green Class 26 D5310, L204617 BR green Class 121 Diesel Railcar, 205108M and 109M LMS black Diesel Shunters 7120 (2), Network SouthEast brake and BR two tone grey Parcel coaches, red Parcel Post Office and Procor UKF Fertilisers Van, all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes F-VG (10) £80-120
283.    Lima 00 Gauge BR green 3-Car Class 117 DMU, 205137MWG Power Car, 205139W Trailer and 2015146W Centre Car, all in original boxes, E, boxes VG (3) £30-50
284.    Lima 00 Gauge Locomotives and Rolling Stock, 205120 BR black 2-6-0 42700, 20510 LNER green 0-6-0T 8920, 205109 LMS black 7120 Diesel Shunter, short bogie LMS Passenger Brake van and four trucks, all in original boxes, unboxed LMS maroon 2-6-0 Crab No 13000 and two BR black 0-6-0T 68920, F-E, boxes F-VG (11) £80-120
285.    Lima 00 Gauge Diesel Railcars, L204639 GWR brown and cream No 29, 205150 BR green No W30W fitted with ultra finescale wheels width 18.83mm, both in original boxes and unboxed Express Parcels maroon railcar ( in a coach box), VG, boxes F-G (3) £60-80
286.    Lima 00 Gauge Diesel Locomotives and Midline Railcar, 205070A1 Class 33 Railfreight grey 33205 and L204967 Class 31 Railfreight grey 31130 'Calder Hall Power Station' and Railstyle Alton MRC Lima Class 121 Railcar professionally repainted in Midline blue No 55023, all in original boxes, VG, boxes F (3) £60-80
287.    Lima 00 Gauge Diesel and Electric Locomotives, 205174 Class 33 BR blue 33052 'Ashford', 204763 Class 37 Regional Railways blue and grey 37422 'Robert F Fairlie' and 205125 Class 87 BR blue 87005 'City of London', all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes G (3) £60-80
288.    Lima 00 Gauge Locomotives and various Gauge Goods Rolling Stock, 205104 BR blue 6009 'King Charles 11', 205111 GWR green 2-6-2 Prairie Tank 4589, 309059W LNER Crane and match truck, 305635 Yeoman Hopper wagons (5, all detailed with loads), Palethorpes Van, NCB wagons (2), VAT 69 Grain wagon and Martini bogie van (no wheels), all in original boxes, G-VG, boxes F-G (13) £60-80
289.    Lima 00 Gauge Diesel and Electric Locomotives, 205075 Class 47 Railfreight Distribution grey 47323 'Rover Group', 205169 Class 73 BR blue 73142 'Broadlands', 205136 Railcar converted (to a very good standard) to a BR blue Parcels Service Railcar and 305356 BR blue 4-wheel Parcels Van, all in original boxes, VG, boxes F-G (4) £60-80
290.    Lima Golden Series HO Gauge FS Italian Railways Train Packs, 149804 comprising Class 25/64 Electric Locomotive and two Double deck coaches in grey black and orange, 149715 Polifemo green and grey 4-car unit, both in original boxes, VG-E boxes F-G (2) £80-120
291.    Lima Golden Series HO Gauge European Train Packs, 149812 TEE Cisalpin Gottardo 4-car unit in red and cream and 149819LK DB 3-Car Diesel unit, both in original boxes, VG-E, boxes F-G (2) £80-120
292.    Lima Golden Series HO Gauge DB EMU Train Packs, 14980 DB maroon 3-Car set and 149801 DB blue and cream 3-Car set, both in original boxes, E, boxes F-G (2) £60-80
293.    Lima Golden Series HO Gauge DB EMU Train Packs, 149749 Lufthansa Airport Express yellow and grey 4-Car EMU and 149739 DB City-Bahn orange and grey 4-Car EMU, both in original boxes, E, boxes F-G (2) £60-80
294.    Lima HO Gauge Dutch Railways Train Packs and Locomotives, 208108 yellow and grey 1605 Electric Locomotive, L1220-U yellow and grey 1220 Electric Locomotive, 149723K three yellow, grey and blue Doubledeck coaches and 149807 blue and yellow 4-Car EMU, all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes F-G £80-120
295.    Lima HO Gauge SNCF Railcars Locomotives and Coach, 201003, 201004 (2) and 201005, orange and grey 4-Car DMU, in individual boxes, 208127 two tone grey SNCF BB 9292 Electric Locomotive, 208238L Y5O102 green 0-6-0 Diesel Shunter and 309185 1st/2nd Coach, all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes G-VG (7) £70-90
296.    Lima HO Gauge DB Class 270 Diesel Shunters, 208229 Deutsche Bundespost yellow, 208140 DB red 270 038-3, 208138 DB green V20 030, all in original boxes, E, boxes G-VG (3) £60-80
297.    Lima HO Gauge DB streamline Locomotives, 208526 BR 61001 black Version DRG ep 11, 208260 BR 61001 grey and 208120L red 103 115-2 Electric Locomotive, all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes G (3) £100-140
298.    Lima HO Gauge SBB CFF FFS Train Packs, Locomotive and Coaches, 149813 Eurocity two tone grey 4-Car EMU, 201205 and 201206 two tone grey coaches, 201639L Class Am 4/4 red 18463 Diesel Locomotive, all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes G-VG (4) £70-90
299.    Lima HO Gauge TGV Rheingold and SBB CFF Passenger stock, TGV orange and grey, 201094 (5) and 201097, Rheingold blue and cream ,309180 (2), 309181, 309182 and 309183, SBB CFF FFS 309151L and all First Coach, all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes F-G (13) £60-80
300.    Lima HO Gauge Norwegian Railways Locomotive DB Railcar and FS Coach, 208070L NSB brown 132123 Electric Locomotive, 09145K, 309146K (2), 309239K and 309579K DB Stainless steel Railcar coaches and trailer, 309136 FS light grey and orange 2nd Class coach and 303193 long bogie 'Weihenstephan' van, all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes F-G (8) £50-80
301.    Bachmann 00 Gauge Diesel Locomotives, 32-326Z Class 25 BR blue D5218 produced exclusively for Modelzone and 32-982 Class 66 DRS blue 66434, both in original boxes, E, boxes G-VG (2) £80-120
302.    Bachmann 00 Gauge 31-963 Class A4 60019 'Bittern', BR lined green, in original box, E, box VG £60-80
303.    Bachmann 31-145 NRM Platinum Collection Great Central Railway Director Class 'Butler -Henderson' Locomotive and Tender, GCR lined green, no 506, Ltd Ed 067/100, in original presentation box with plinth, E, appears unrun, box VG £100-150
304.    Bachmann 00 Gauge Steam and Diesel Locomotives, 32-651 BR blue Class 44 44008 'Penyghent' Diesel Locomotive and 32-175 LMS crimson 2-6-0 Crab 13098 Locomotive and Tender, both in original boxes, VG-E, boxes G-VG (2) £60-80
305.    Bachmann 00 Gauge Steam and Locomotives, 31-165 NRM L & YR black 2-4-2 Tank 1008 and 31-690 LMS black 2-6-0 Stanier Mogul 2965, both in original boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £100-140
306.    Bachmann 00 Gauge BR lined black N Class Steam Locomotives, 32-162 314001 with slope Tender and 32--164 31406, both in original boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £80-120
307.    Bachmann 00 Gauge BR lined black N Class and 3MT Steam Locomotives, 32-154 N Class 31843 with 4MT chimney and 31-978 Class 3MT 2-6-2T 82019, both in original boxes, E, boxes VG £80-120
308.    Bachmann 00 Gauge class 5MT Steam Locomotives, 32-504 BR green 73014 with BR1 Tender and 32-507 BR black weathered 73050 with BR1G Tender, both in original boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £80-120
309.    Bachmann 00 Gauge BR black Class 4MT Steam Tank Locomotives, 32-351 80097 and 32-354A 80094, both with late-crest, in original boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £60-80
310.    Bachmann 00 Gauge 31-409 BR green Lord Nelson class 30865 'Sir John Hawkins', in original box, E, box VG together with unboxed 30853 'Sir Richard Grenville ( renumbered), G-VG (2) £60-80
311.    Bachmann 00 Gauge BR SR Steam Locomotives and Tenders, 31-409 BR green Lord Nelson class 30865 'Sir John Hawkins' and 32-161 BR black N Class 31862, both in original boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £80-120
312.    Bachmann 00 Gauge BR black Steam Tank Locomotives, 31-450 Ivatt 2-6-2T 41221 and 32-356 weathered Standard Class 4MT 80038, both in original boxes, VG-E, boxes G-VG (2) £60-80
313.    Bachmann 00 Gauge 31-426 BR green 4 CEP EMU 7126, 4-car set, in original box, E, box G-VG, tape repair to one corner £80-100
314.    Bachmann 00 Gauge bogie Rolling Stock, 38-111A Tea bogie BP green Tank wagon (2) and 38-220 BP black crude oil Tank wagon, 38-240 MBA Megabox High-Sided Bogie Box wagon with buffers in EWS livery (4), all in original box, E, boxes VG-E (7) £70-90
315.    Bachmann 00 Gauge Diesel Locomotives and Railcars, 32-650 BR green Class 44 Diesel D1 'Scafell Pike', 31-077 BR green Type 4 Peak Diesel Class 46 D193 and 32-900 BR green with speed whiskers Class 108 2-Car DMU (in individual boxes with card sleeve), all in original boxes, E, boxes G-VG (4 boxes, DMU in a card sleeve) £100-140
316.    Bachmann 00 Gauge Steam Tank Locomotives and Diesel, 31-0609A BR lined black Class V3 67669 and 31-450E BR lined black Ivatt Tank 41273, both in original boxes, E, boxes VG, together with unboxed BR green Class 24 D5011 Diesel Locomotive, G (3) £60-80
317.    Bachmann 00 Gauge BR MR and ER crimson 57' Suburban Coaches, ten in original boxes, four unboxed, VG-E, boxes VG (14) £80-120
318.    Bachmann Scenecraft and Scenix 00 Gauge Station Buildings, Bachmann Market Hampton Station Building, Waiting Room (5, one unboxed), Ladies Toilet (2, one unboxed), Gents Toilet, Provender Store, and Cattle Dock, Scenix Waiting Room (2) and Gents Toilet, all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes G-VG (15) £100-140
319.    Bachmann Scenecraft 00 Gauge Coaling Tower and Ash Plant, both in original boxes, VG-E, Ash Plant is returned stock, boxes G-VG (2) £60-80
320.    Bachmann 00 Gauge 31-376 2EPB EMU 5770 SR green 2-Car unit, in original box, E, box VG £60-80
321.    Bachmann Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed trio comprising, 32-275, K3 LNER 2934 black group with standard Tender, 32-276, K3 61932 BR black early emblem group standard Tender and 32-277, K3 61949 BR black late-crest with stepped Tender, all in original boxes , G, boxes F- G, (3) £100-150
322.    Bachmann Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed trio comprising, 32-552, Class A1 60147, 'North Eastern' in BR Green livery, 32-553, Class A1 60161 'North British' in BR blue early emblem, and 32-554, Class A1 60114 'W. Pallen' In BR Doncaster Green, all in original boxes, G, boxes F-G, (3) £100-150
323.    Bachmann Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed trio comprising, 31-276, Royal Scot 6134 'The Cheshire Regiment' with 4000 gallon Tender in LMS black 1946, 31-279 Parallel Boiler Scot 6130 'The West Yorkshire Regiment' LMS maroon and 31-284 Parallel Boiler Scot 46165 'The Ranger' in BR green early emblem, all in original boxes, G, boxes F-G, (3) £100-150
324.    Bachmann Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed trio comprising, 31-554, V2 60903 with double chimney in BR green, 31-561, V2 60825 in BR lined green with stepped Tender and 31-562, V2 60834 in BR black with early emblem and stepped Tender, all in original boxes, (3) £100-200
325.    Bachmann Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed trio comprising, 31-151, Jubilee Class 45552, 'Silver Jubilee', in BR green, 31-154, Jubilee 5721 Impregnable in LMS red and 31-159 Jubilee 5711 'Courageous', in LMS black with 3500 gal Fowler Tender, all in original boxes, G, boxes F-G, (3) £100-150
326.    Bachmann Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed trio comprising, 32-150 N Class Locomotive produced as a limited edition for Murphy Models 1999, 32-151A N Class 31816 in late BR black and 32-160 N Class 1406 with slope sided Tender, G, boxes F-G, (3) £100-150
327.    Bachmann Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed trio of Standard Class Locomotives, comprising 32-502, 5MT 73082 'Camelot' in BR black early emblem with BR 1B Tender, 32-505, 5MT 73069, in plain BR black with BR1C weathered Tender and 32-506, 5MT 73110 'The Red Knight' in BR black with late-crest and BR1F Tender, all in original boxes, G, boxes F-G, (3) £100-150
328.    Bachmann Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed trio of A1 class models comprising, 32-551, 60158 'Aberdonian' in BR green with late-crest, 32-553, 60161 'North British', in BR blue early emblem with weathered detail special edition for D&P Models and 32-554, 60114 'W.Pallen' in BR Doncaster green, all in original boxes, G, boxes F-G, (3) £100-150
329.    Bachmann Locomotives, a boxed group of four Standard Class Locomotives, comprising 32-351, 4MT Tank 80097 in BR black (no Acc pack), 32-352 4MT Tank 80032 in BR black early emblem and 32-353 4MT 80135 in BR Green late-crest preserved (2), all in original boxes, G, boxes F-G, (4) £100-150
330.    Bachmann Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed trio of Class A1 models comprising, 32-553, 60161 'North British' in BR blue early emblem, 32555, 60130 'Kestrel' in BR green late-crest and 32-557, 60144 'Kings Courier' in BR green late-crest, all in original boxes, G, boxes F-G, (3) £100-150
331.    Bachmann Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed trio of V2 Class models comprising, 31-551, 60800 'Green Arrow' in BR black, 31-555, 4801 'LNER' in Darlington green and 31-558, 4844 'Coldstreamer' LNER in Doncaster green, all in original boxes, G, boxes F-G, (3) £100-150
332.    Bachmann Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed trio of B1 Class models comprising, 31-703, 61010 'Wildebeest' in BR black late-crest (Non Elec Generator), 31-708, 61003 'Gazelle' in BR black late-crest and 31-709, 61008 'Kudu' in BR black late-crest weathered livery, all in original boxes, G, boxes F-G, (3) £100-150
333.    Bachmann Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed trio of Jubilee Class models comprising, 31-186, 45587 'Baroda' in BR green late-crest with riveted Fowler Tender, and 31-156, 45716 'Invincible' in BR Green (2), all in original boxes, G, boxes F-G, (3) £100-150
334.    Bachmann Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed trio of Ivatt Class models comprising, 32-575, 4 3001 in LMS black with Double Chimney, 32-585, 4 2-6-0 43106 with tablet catcher in weathered BR black late-crest and 32-828 2 2-6-0 46520 in BR green late crest, all in original boxes G, boxes F-G, (3)

ANNOUNCE IMAGES SHOWS TWO LOTS- ONLY THREE LOCOS IN THIS LOT £100-150
335.    Bachmann Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed trio of Crab Class models comprising, 32-178, 2715 in LMS black and 32-176, 2-6-0 42765 in Br black early emblem with coal rail (2), all in original boxes, G, boxes F-G, (3) £100-150
336.    Bachmann Locomotives, a boxed group of four Tank Locomotives, comprising 32-875 Fairburn 2691 in LMS black, together with Standard Class models, 32-950 4MT Tank 2-6-0 76053 in BR black early emblem with BR 1B Tender, 32-953 4MT 2-6-0 76020 in BR black early emblem with BR 2B Tender (no DCC fitted) and 31-108 4MT 75063 in weathered BR black early emblem with BR 18 Tender, all in original boxes, G, boxes F-G, £100-150
337.    Bachmann Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed trio comprising, 31-406 Lord Nelson Class 30850 'Lord Nelson' in BR green late-crest, 31-407 Lord Nelson Class 856 'Lord St Vincent' in Southern Green and 31-775 Modified Hall 6990 'Witherslack Hall' in BR black early emblem, all in original boxes, G, boxes F-G, (3) £100-150
338.    Bachmann Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed trio comprising, 31-962 A4 2510 'Quicksilver' in black livery limited edition for Rails of Sheffield 316/350 with certificate, 31-954, A4 60009 'Sir Nigel Gresley' in BR blue early emblem and 31-281, P/Boiler Scot 6155 'The Lancer' in LMS crimson with 3500 gal Tender, all in original boxes, G, boxes F-G, (3) £100-150
339.    Bachmann Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed trio comprising 31-202 Rebuilt Patriot 5526 'Morecambe & Heysham' in LMS black, 32-255, 07/WD 2-8-0 Austerity WD 21 'Army Transport Group' 78697 and 32-279 K3 2-6-0 1935 LNER in Doncaster green, all in original boxes, G, boxes F-G, (3) £100-150
340.    Bachmann Locomotives, a boxed trio of Diesel models comprising, 32-676 Class 45 114 in BR blue with white roof, 32-675 Class 45 D67 'The Royal Artilleryman' in BR green and 32-650 Class 44 D1 'Scafell Pike' in BR green, all in original boxes, G, boxes F-G, (3) £100-150
341.    Bachmann Locomotives, a boxed trio of Diesel models comprising, 32-726 Class 66 66610 Freightliner, 32-725 Class 66 66135 EWS and 32-378 Class 37/4 37431 Intercity 'Bullidae', all in original boxes, G, boxes F-G, (3) £100-150
342.    Bachmann Locomotives, a boxed trio of Diesel models, comprising 32-525 Class 55 Deltic D9004 'Queens Own Highlander' in BR green, 32-526 Class 55 Deltic 55020 'Nimbus' in BR blue and 32-475 Class 40 D368 in BR green with indicator boxes, all in original boxes, G, Boxed F-G, (3) £100-150
343.    Bachmann Locomotives, a boxed group of four Diesel models, comprising 32-052 Class 42 Warship D816 'Eclipse' in BR green, 32-101B, 08 Shunter D4192 in BR green, 32-026 Class 20 20192 in BR blue and 32-027 Class 20 D8000 in BR green both with indicator boxes, all in original boxes, G, boxes F-G, (4) £100-150
344.    Bachmann Locomotives, a boxed group of five Tank Locomotives, comprising, 32-125A, 45XX 4569 in BR green late-crest, 32-077 Class 56XX 5658 in BR Green late-crest, 31-050A J72 8680 in LNER green, 31-056 J72 68723 in BR green late-crest and 310054 J72 in LNER black 2313, all in original boxes, G, boxes F-G, (5) £80-120
345.    Bachmann Locomotives, a boxed group of five Tank Locomotives, comprising, 32-136, 4575 Prairie 5555 in GWR green, 32-201, Pannier 8763 in BR black, 31-606, V1 2911 in LNER black, 31-607, V3 67684 in BR Doncaster green (hopper type bunker) and 31-606, V1 448 in LNER black (Westinghouse pump/hopper type bunker) all in original boxes, G, boxes F-G, (5) £80-120
346.    Bachmann DMU Sets, four boxed examples comprising, 2-Car DMU sets 32-450, 170/1 Turbostar Midland Mainline and 32-901, Class 108 Network Southeast, together with 3-Car sets, 31-025, Class 166 Turbo Network Southeast and 31-511, Class 158 Express (no detail pack), all in original boxes, G, boxes F-G, (4) £80-120
347.    Bachmann Limited Edition Locomotives and Tenders, A duo both in wooden cases with certificates, comprising 31-705-LN, 'Mayflower' 1306 in green livery 79/2000, together with 31-275Z, 'Grenadier Guardsman' 6110 in LMS Crimson produced for Beatties 7/500, G-E, Cases G, (2) £100-150
348.    Bachmann Limited Edition Locomotives and Tenders, a duo both in wooden cases one with a certificate comprising, 32-250 WD, 'Sir Guy Williams' in LMR blue 488/2000, together with 31-950, 'Dominion of Canada', (no certificate) G-E, Cases F-G, (2) £100-150
349.    Bachmann Limited Edition Locomotives and Tenders, two cased as one with certificate, 32-150 -LN Kader 50th anniversary set comprising N Class 2-6-0 1863 Southern Railway and 810 South Eastern & Chatham Railway, 472/1000, G-E, Case G, £80-120
350.    Bachmann Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed group comprising, 31-562, V2 6-834 in weathered BR Black early emblem with stepped Tender, 32-578, Ivatt Class 4 2-6-0 43038 in BR black with double chimney with early emblem, and 31-158, Jubilee 45742 'Connaught' in BR green early emblem with 4000 gallon Tender (buffer beam damaged), together with 41-453 Ivatt 2-6-2 Tank 1206 in LMS black, all in original boxes, F-G, boxes F-G, (4) £100-150
351.    Bachmann Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed group comprising, 32-275, K3 2934 with standard Tender in LNER black, 32-827, Ivatt Class 2MT, 2-6-0 6404 in LMS black and 31-550A, V2 4771 'Green Arrow' in LNER Doncaster green (National Collection), all in original boxes, G, boxes F-G, (3) £100-150
352.    Bachmann Branchline Locomotives, a boxed duo of Tank Locomotives comprising, 31-165, L&YR 2-4-2 10695 in LMS black and 31-976A, Standard Class 3MT 82030 in BR green late-crest, both in original boxes, G-E, boxes G-E, (2) £80-120
353.    Bachmann Branchline Locomotives, a boxed trio of Tank Locomotives comprising, 31-637, Class 64XX Pannier 6412 in BR green late-crest, 31-975A, Standard Class 3MT 82020 in BR black early emblem and 31-613, V3 67628 with straight bunker in BR black late-crest, all in original boxes, G-E, boxes G-E, (3) £100-150
354.    Bachmann Branchline Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed duo of 3000 Class RoD Locomotives comprising 31-127, 3023 in BR black early emblem and 31-128, 3036 in weathered BR black early emblem, both in original boxes, G-E, boxes G-E, (2) £80-120
355.    Bachmann Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed duo of Robinson 04 Locomotives comprising, 31-003, 6190 in LNER black livery and 31-002, 63635 in BR black early emblem, both in original boxes, G-E, boxes G-E, (2) £80-120
356.    Bachmann Branchline Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed duo of City Class Locomotives comprising, 31-726, 3433 'City of Bath', in GWR green with Garter Crest and 31-725NRM, 3440 'City of Truro' in GWR green with monogram produced for National Railway Museum, both in original boxes, G-E, boxes G-E, (2) £100-150
357.    Bachmann Branchline Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed trio of Class 4F Locomotives comprising, 31-880, LMS 3851 0-6-0 in black livery and 31-880K, 0-6-0 58 in S&DJR blue livery, exclusive to Bachmann Collectors Club (2) one with front buffer missing and no ACC pack, all in original boxes, F-E, boxes G-E, (3) £100-150
358.    Bachmann Branchline Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed duo of Jubilee Class Locomotives comprising, 31-187, 5664 'Nelson' in LMS crimson with Stanier Tender and 31-177, 'Kolhapur', in BR green early emblem (with no DCC sound), both in original boxes, F-E, boxes G-E, (2) £80-120
359.    Bachmann Branchline Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed duo of Patriot Class Locomotives comprising, 31-211, 45543 'Home Guard' in BR green late-crest and 31-213DS, 45504 'Royal Signals' in BR green with late-crest, both in original boxes, G-E, boxes G-E, (2) £100-150
360.    Bachmann Branchline Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed duo of A1 Class Locomotives comprising, 32-550A, 60163 'Tornado' in BR apple green and 32-558, 'Meg Merrilies' 60115 in BR green early emblem, both in original boxes, G-E, boxes G-E, (2) £100-150
361.    Bachmann Branchline Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed duo of Class 3F Locomotives comprising, 31-626 43762 in BR black early emblem and 31-627, 3205 in LMS black, both in original boxes, G-E, boxes G-E, (2) £80-120
362.    Bachmann Branchline Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed duo of Class G2A Locomotives comprising, 31-475A, 49064 in BR black late-crest and Tender back cab, together with 31-476A, 49402 in BR black early emblem, both in original boxes, G-E, boxes G-E, (2) £80-120
363.    Bachmann Branchline Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed duo of Class A2 Locomotives comprising, 31-527, 60528 'Tudor Minstrel' in BR apple green and 31-530, 526 'Sugar Palm' in LNER green, both in original boxes, G-E, boxes G-E, (2)

NOTE BOTH BOXES HAVE 8 DCC ON LABELS ON END £100-150
364.    Bachmann Branchline Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed duo comprising, 31-145Z, Class D111/1' Marne' in LNER green produced for Model Rail and 32-181, Crab Class 13000 in LMS crimson lake, both in original boxes, G-E, boxes G-E, (2) £100-150
365.    Bachmann Branchline Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed duo comprising, 31-933 Midland Compound 40934 in BR black late-crest and 31-478, Class G2A 49287 in BR black early emblem with LMS style Tender, both boxed, G-E, boxes G-E, (2) £80-120
366.    Bachmann Branchline Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed duo comprising, 32-318, Class J11 5317 in LNER black and 32-310, Collett Goods 3217 in GWR green, both in original boxes, G-E, boxes G-E, (2) £80-120
367.    Bachmann Branchline Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed duo comprising, 31-31K, Class 9J 316 'Great Central', exclusive to Bachmann Collectors' Club and 31-760NRM, Atlantic Class C1 251 in GNR lined green produced for National Railway Museum, both in original boxes, G-E, boxes G-E, (2) £100-150
368.    Bachmann Branchline Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed duo comprising, 31-713, Class B1 61003 'Gazelle' in BR black late-crest and 32-850A, Standard Class 9F 92220 'Evening Star' in BR green late-crest, both in original boxes, G-E, boxes G-E, (2) £100-150
369.    Bachmann Branchline Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed duo comprising, 31-3135, Class D11 62690 'The Lady of the Lake' in BR black early emblem and 31-783, Modified Hall Class 7904 in weathered BR black early emblem 'Fountains Hall', both in original boxes, G-E, boxes G-E, (2) £80-120
370.    Bachmann Branchline Locomotives, a boxed duo of Diesel Locomotives comprising, 31-999X, BR 10001 in black and chrome and 31-999Z LMS 10000 in black and chrome with LMS lettering, both produced for Rails of Sheffield, in original boxes, G-E, boxes G-E, (2) £100-150
371.    Bachmann Branchline Locomotives, a boxed duo of Diesel Locomotives comprising, 31-995 LMS 10000, in BR green lined with orange and black, and 31-997 LMS 10001 in BR green with eggshell blue waistband, both in original boxes, G-E, boxes G-E, (2) £100-150
372.    Bachmann Branchline Locomotives, a boxed duo of Diesel Locomotives comprising, 32-703, Class 46 D186 in weathered BR blue and 32-652, Class 44 44004 'Great Gable' in BR blue, both in original boxes, G-E, boxes G-E, (2) £80-120
373.    Bachmann Branchline Locomotive and Motor Luggage Van, a boxed duo comprising, 31-676K, Class 85 Electric 85101 'Doncaster Plant 150', railfreight distribution triple grey exclusive to Bachmann Collectors' Club and 31-268, Motor Luggage Van Network Southeast, both in original boxes, G-E, boxes G-E, (2) £80-100
374.    Bachmann Branchline DMU Sets and a Diesel Shunter, a boxed trio comprising 2 Car DMU Sets, 31-237Z, Class 205 Thumper Connex produced for Kernow Model Rail Centre and 31-536, Class 105 DMU power twin in BR green with speed whiskers, together with 31-111Z, Class 08 Shunter 08721 Express Parcels Starlet, produced for Modelzone, all in original boxes, G-E, boxes G-E, (3) £100-150
375.    Bachmann Branchline Locomotives and Tender, a boxed duo comprising 31-930NRM, Midland Compound 1000 produced for National Railway Museum together with 32-217, Class 57XX Pannier Tank L.89 London Transport, both in original boxes, G-E, boxes G-E, (2) £80-120
376.    Bachmann Branchline Thames Clyde Express, a boxed 30-170, ready to run set with track and controller, including Midland Compound 1000 Locomotive with three LMS coaches, in original box, G-E, Box F-G £80-120
377.    Bachmann Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed trio comprising, 31-405, Lord Nelson 30852 'Sir Water Raleigh' in BR green, 32-179, Crab class 42942 in weathered BR black with early emblem and 31-104 BR Class 4 4-6-0 standard Locomotive in black livery, all in original boxes, G, boxes F-G, (3) £80-120
378.    Bachmann Locomotives and Tenders, a duo comprising limited edition, with certificate, 31-275-LN Class 7MT 4-6-0, 6100 'Royal Scot', in LMS Crimson lake, 3977/4000, in wooden case , together with a boxed 31-956 A4 Class 4482 'Golden Eagle' in LNER Doncaster green with single chimney, G-E, boxes G, (2) £100-150
379.    Bachmann Locomotives, a boxed duo of Diesel Locomotives, comprising 32-800Z, Class 47 47163 in BR blue Silver Jubilee Union Flag livery, produced for Modelzone, and 32-412, Class 25/2 25083 in BR weathered blue, both in original boxes, G, boxes F-G, (2) £80-100
380.    Bachmann Locomotives, a boxed trio of Diesel Locomotives comprising, 32-427, Class 24 D5085 in BR two tone green, 32-403 Class 25/3 D5269 in BR weathered green and 32-420 Class 24 5087 in BR blue, G, boxes P-F, (3) £80-120
381.    Bachmann Branchline EMU Sets, a boxed duo comprising 31-425, Class 411 4CEP 7105 Late SR Multiple Unit in green livery together with 31-375, Class 416 2EPB 5764 in BR blue, both in original boxes, G-E, boxes F-G, (2) £100-150
382.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail 2233 Co-Bo Diesel-Electric Locomotive, with instructions, guarantee slip, tested tag and oil tube, in original red striped picture box, E, box F £50-70
383.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail 2231 0-6-0 Diesel Shunter, in original red striped picture box, E, box F £50-70
384.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail Diesel Locomotives, 2230 Bo-Bo, with instructions, guarantee slip and oil tube, in original plain red box, E, box F £50-70
385.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail 2232 Co Co Diesel Electric Locomotive, with instructions, guarantee slip, tested tag and oil tube, in original red striped picture box, E, box G £50-70
386.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail 2245 3,300 Electric Locomotive E3002, with guarantee slip and repro instructions, in original late issue red striped picture box with repro insert, E, roof power change over plug replaced and rewired, box G-VG £250-350
387.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail 2211 'Golden Fleece' Locomotive and Tender, No 60030, with guarantee slip, instructions (repro), oil tube and spanner, in original red striped picture box, E, box VG £50-70
388.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail BR black Tank Locomotives, 2217 0-6-2T late issue 69550 with coal in bunker, tested tag, guarantee slip and instructions and 2218 2-6-4T no 80033, with tested tag instructions (repro) and guarantee slip, in original red striped picture boxes, E, boxes G-VG (2) £70-100
389.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail 2221 BR 'Cardiff Castle', No 4075, in original red striped picture box, G-VG, scuffing to lining on one cab side, box F, damage to one side and lower front of lid £40-60
390.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail 2224 LMR 2-8-0 8F Locomotive and Tender, in BR black, no 48073, in original red striped picture box, E, box G £50-70
391.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail 2226 BR maroon 'City of London Locomotive and Tender, no 46245, with instructions (repro) and tested tag, in original red striped picture box, E, box F-G £60-80
392.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail 2235 West Country Class 'Barnstaple' Locomotive and Tender, no 34005, with spare set of smoke deflectors, G-VG, paint chips around one cab, box G, some wear £60-80
393.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail 2050 Southern Electric Train Set, comprising 2-car EMU and circle of track (some damaged), in original box, G-E, unpowered car with some minor corrosion in centre of one side and small chip to front of roof, Power car excellent, box F, loco and track inserts replaced with plain car, lid corners loose and scuffing and puncture to lid £100-150
394.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail Super Detail BR green Suburban coaches, 4081 2nd Class and 4082 Brake/2nd, both in original boxes, E, 4082 with very minor corrosion marks to one side at one end, boxes G-VG (2) £60-80
395.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail Super Detail BR red Suburban coaches, 4083 1st/2nd and 4084 Brake/2nd, both in original boxes, VG, some minor signs of corrosion, boxes G (2) £50-70
396.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail Super DetailBR green 4055 Corridor Coach, in original box, VG, very very minor foxing on one side at one end, box F-G, one flap torn £30-50
397.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail Super Detail BR WR chocolate and cream coaches, 4050, 4051, 4060 and 4061, all in original boxes, VG-E , 4051 with minor foxing, others excellent, boxes F-VG (4) £30-50
398.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail Super Detail 4070 BR WR chocolate and brown Restaurant Car, in original box, E, very small light scratch on one side, box VG, £50-70
399.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail Super Detail 4071 BR maroon Restaurant Car, in original box, E, very small signs of foxing on one side, box G, some fading £50-70
400.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail Super Detail BR maroon coaches, 4052, 4053, 4062, 4063, 4075 and 4078, all in original boxes except 4053 (Cooper box), VG-E, 4063 and 4075 minor signs of foxing, 4053 small scratch, boxes F-VG (6) £30-50
401.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail 2033 Co-Bo Diesel Electric Goods Train Set, comprising Diesel, four trucks and six pieces of track, in original box, VG-E, box G £80-120
402.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail 2211 'Golden Fleece' Locomotive and Tender, No 60030, with guarantee slip and instructions, in original red striped picture box, E, box G together with unboxed 4075 'Cardiff Castle', VG, possible re touching, paint mark to one cab side (2) £70-90
403.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail Steam Locomotives, 2225 2-8-0 8F 48109, with instructions and guarantee slip, in original plain red box, 2218 BR 2-6-4T 80033, in original red striped picture box, VG-E, boxes F-VG (2) £80-100
404.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail Diesel Locomotives, 2231 0-6-0 Diesel Shunter with instructions and guarantee slip, in original red striped picture box with Tri-ang Hornby label, VG-E, box VG and 2230 Bo-Bo, with instructions, in original red plain box, VG, box F, tape damage and label at end poor (2) £70-90
405.    Hornby-Dublo and other makers 00 Gauge 2-Rail rolling stock, Dublo including 4627 Bulk Salt wagon, 4675 Chlorine Tank wagon 4323 Utility Van and others, in original boxes (12), unboxed, Dublo (5), Peco (7), unmarked (2) and Tri-ang Hornby converter wagon, F-E, boxes F-VG (27) £50-80
406.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 3-Rail EDP22 Train Set and Accessories, set comprising LMS 'Duchess of Atholl', Locomotive and Tender, two LMS coaches, track, transformer, instructions, guarantee, Rail Layouts suggestions, uncoupling leaflet, two illustrated price lists, Pocket catalogue and Transformer No 1 leaflet, in original set box, (loco in base of a repair box), D3 LMS and D12 BR coaches, D13 Suburban coach, various wagons (8), Buffer Stops, Transformer No 1, all in original boxes and a few pieces of loose track, G-E, boxes F-G (qty) £80-120
407.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail late-issue 2001 Starter Set, comprising yellow 0-4-0 Diesel Shunter (one set of steps broken), two open trucks, red Guards van, circle of track , transformer, transformer instructions and tested tag, in original set box (lacks inserts), together with blue Commonwealth 0-4-0 starter Tank engine, 4669 Starter set wagon, in a Cooper repro box, 2709 eight pieces of starter track curves, in original box, F-VG, boxes F-G (qty) £150-200
408.    Rare Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 3-Rail EDG7 SR Tank Goods Train Set, comprising Southern green 0-6-2T 2594, open truck, van and Guards Van, oval of track, Controller, oil, tested tag, instructions ref 16/150/20-C1966, HRC booklet and Meccano Catalogue 1952, in original set box, F-G, some damp discolouration and whiting to loco although appears very lightly run, box F, some damp stains and whiting and damage to lid corners, £250-350
409.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 3-Rail SR rolling stock, SR D1 Coal Wagons (2) and D1 SR white Meat Van, all in original boxes with SR label, G-VG, all appear unrun, boxes G (3) £80-120
410.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 3-Rail EDP2 'Duchess of Atholl' Passenger Train Set and Accessories, comprising LMS maroon Locomotive and Tender, two LMS coaches, track and transformer, 1953/4 and 1958 Catalogues, Meccano Toys of Quality catalogue 1954-5 and Rail Suggestions booklet, in original set box, F-G, a little grubby, box F, one lid corner poor, together with additional track and Electric points, Buffer Stops (3 boxes), Isolating track , some boxed and unboxed transformer, F-VG, boxes F-G (qty) £60-80
411.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 3-Rail GWR LMS and other boxed Passenger and Goods Rolling Stock, including D3 LMS Coaches (2), D1 NE Brake/Third, GWR Goods Van (Light blue box 9-48), Cattle Truck, Open wagon (2), LMS Brake Van (LB box 5-48), Meat Van, HS wagon and Goods Van, NE High capacity wagon and two vans, BR HS coal wagon, all in plain blue boxes, G-VG, most appear very lightly used, boxes G (15) £60-80
412.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 3-Rail uncommon buff Esso Tank wagon and other wagons, buff Esso Tank wagon, in original light blue box dated 3-48, Royal Daylight Tank wagon, in original light blue box dated 11-49 and Power Petrol Tank wagon, in original mid blue box dated 1-53, G-VG, boxes G (3) £40-60
413.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 3-Rail Signals and other maker's accessories, Dublo D1 Single arm Distant, single arm Home and D2 double arm (two per box) and D1 Loading Gauge (bar unattached), in original light blue boxes (1948 and 1949), two unboxed single arm Signals and brown Water crane, Crescent Junction signal in possible original plain box, Hobbies 00 Gauge plans for various lineside buildings, in original paper sleeve , 0 Gauge Porter, Barrow and seat, uncommon brown plastic Toy Town Station lack canopy (warped) and Mettoy? metal platform, F-VG, boxes F-G (qty) £30-50
414.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail repainted 2233 Co-Bo Diesel Electric Locomotive, in BR green with full yellow ends, no D5708, G-VG, repaint to a good standard, together with incomplete Island Platform with two shelters and two empty Signal boxes, F (8) £60-80
415.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 3-Rail EDP2 'Duchess of Atholl' Passenger Train Set, comprising LMS maroon Locomotive and Tender, two LMS coaches, track, instructions, Rail Layout booklets (3), spanner, oil and transformer, in original set box, F-G, some paint chips to loco and general wear, box F, three corners loose on lid £60-80
416.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 3-Rail Locomotive and rolling stock, EDL18 BR black 2-6-4T 80054, in original blue striped box with repair labels and plain card factory inserts, D20 WR Composite coach, D11 BR ER Corridor coach, 4026 green Suburban coach, all in original boxes, various boxed wagons including Well wagon, 4625 Bulk Grain, Royal Daylight, Mobil and Esso Tank wagons, High Capacity and Bogie Bolster wagons, and others, all in original boxes , G-E, boxes F-G (18) £50-80
417.    Hornby-Dublo and other makers 00 Gauge 2 and 3-Rail Accessories, Dublo ED3 Junction Signal, ES6 Colour light signal, Dinky Toys 051 Station Staff (unused), Station Names (2), Train Name Labels 'Royal scot', 'Mancunian' and Destination Boards London-Manchester, Loading Gauges, Footbridge, Signal Box, D1 Through Station and Island Platform, Level Crossings (2) and Transformer, all in original boxes, Dublo Dinky 066 Bedford Flat Truck, Airfix Railbus (unmade, part painted), Cement truck, kiosk and unmade Signal Gantry, Kitmaster built Diesel Shunter, Bassett Lowke paper Posters (in envelope), Master Models Price List and No 34 Watchman's Hut, and Faller 526 Fencing, Märklin 4005 6-wheel coach, all in original boxes/packaging, various unboxed metal and plastic platform accessories and switches , generally G-VG, packaging F-G (qty) £60-80
418.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail repainted and re-named Castle class Locomotives, Great Western green 5011 'Tintagel Castle' G, repainted to a fair standard, some scuffing to Tender decals, GWR green 5084 'Reading Abbey' with some detailing, VG, repainted to an excellent standard, both with finescale wheels to Locomotives and Tenders and real coal to Tenders (2) £80-120
419.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail 2221 BR 'Cardiff Castle', No 4075, instructions, guarantee slip and oil tube, in original red striped picture box, VG, minor corrosion to copper chimney, box F-G £50-80
420.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail BR WR chocolate and cream Super Detail coaches, 4050, 4051, 4060 (2), 4061 (2) and D2 4047 Restaurant Car, all in original boxes, unboxed 4050 Ist /2nd and Trix Brake 1st/2nd, in original box, VG-E, boxes F-G (9), £70-100
421.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail 2030 Diesel-Electric Goods Train Set, comprising Bo-Bo Diesel, five trucks, oval of track, unused oil tube, Instructions, Guarantee and Registration, HRC and Meccano Mag leaflets, in original box, VG-E, box G, a little grubby £60-80
422.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail 2021 'The Red Dragon' Passenger Train Set, comprising BR 'Cardiff Castle', two WR Coaches, oval of track, unused oil tube, Instructions, tested tag, Guarantee and Registration, HRC and Meccano Mag leaflets, in original box, VG-E, box F, a little grubby, one corner poor, three corners loose £60-80
423.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail 2019 2-6-4 Tank Goods Set, comprising BR black 2-6-4 Tank 80033, four wagons, oval of track, unused oil tube, Instructions, tested tag, Guarantee slip, HRC and Meccano Mag leaflets, in original box, E, box G a little grubby £60-80
424.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail 2050 Southern Electric Train Set, comprising 2-car EMU and circle of track, Instructions, Guarantee slip and HRC leaflet, in original box with an empty 4150 Driving Trailer Coach box, E, set box VG, a little grubby, 4150 VG £150-200
425.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail 2245 3,300 Electric Locomotive E3002, with original Instructions ref 57073, instruction slip for running with pantographs ref 16/963/10m and Guarantee slip stamped LH 864, in original box, VG-E, box G-VG, a little grubby £300-400
426.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail 2226 BR maroon 46245 'City of London' Locomotive and Tender, with instructions, tested tag and unused oil tube, in original red striped picture box, E, box G-VG £60-80
427.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 3-Rail 3231 0-6-0 Diesel-Electric Shunter, with Instructions, Guarantee slip and Tested tag, in original box with corrugated card roll inserts and small length of card, E, box G, signs of wear to lid edges £60-80
428.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 3-Rail 3235 SR West Country 34042 'Dorchester' Steam Locomotive and Tender, with Instructions and Tested tag, in original box, VG-E, box F £100-150
429.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 3-Rail L30 Diesel Locomotive, 1,000 BHP Bo-Bo, with instructions, in original box £50-70
430.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 3-Rail Diesel Locomotive, 3232 Co-Co Diesel Electric Locomotive, with Instructions, Guarantee Slip stamped AMLT25758, in original box with corrugated card roll inserts and two pieces of plain card tie round Locomotive with string, E, box G-VG £80-100
431.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 3-Rail LT25 Steam Locomotive, LMR 8F 2-8-0 Freight Locomotive 48158 with Instructions, Guarantee slip and tested tag, in original blue striped picture box, VG-E, box G-VG £60-80
432.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 3-Rail LT25 Steam Locomotive, LMR 8F 2-8-0 Freight Locomotive 48158 with Instructions and Guarantee slip, in original blue striped picture box, VG-E, box G-VG £50-70
433.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 3-Rail Steam Locomotives, EDLT 20 BR 7013 'Bristol Castle' Locomotive and Tender, with instructions and Guarantee Slip and Bristolian leaflet, in original blue striped picture box, G, box F and 3211 BR green 60022 'Mallard' with Tested tag, in original plain blue box, VG-E, box F-G £80-100
434.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 3-Rail unboxed Steam Locomotives, BR black 0-6-2 Tank 69567 and 2-6-4 Tank 80054, BR green 4-6-2 46232 'Duchess of Montrose', G-VG (4 including Tender) £60-80
435.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail 2233 Co-Bo Diesel-Electric Locomotive, with Instructions, Tested tag and Guarantee slip, in original red striped picture box, E, box G-VG £70-90
436.    Pair of Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail 4076 6-wheel 'Stove' Passenger Brake Van, both in original late issue boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £80-120
437.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail 4071 BR maroon Restaurant Car, in original late-issue box, E, box VG, one tab unattached £60-80
438.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail 4620 Breakdown Set and other items, in gloss red with four jacks, in original box with card insert and instruction leaflet, in original red striped picture box, VG-E appears unused, box VG, 4318 Packing Van, and 4037 and 4036 Pullman Cars, all in original boxes, E, boxes VG (5) £50-70
439.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2 and 3-Rail D and Super Detail Coaches, D12 BR Brake/Third (2) and D21 WR Corridor, D22 MR Brake/2nd and TPO Mail Van Set, in original blue striped boxes, BR maroon, 4052 , 4062, 4063 and 4078 (2), all in original red striped boxes, VG-E, boxes G-VG (8) £50-70
440.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail BR SR green Super Detail Mainline and Suburban Coaches, 4082 Suburban Brake/2nd, small scratches and minor foxing on one side, 4054 1st/2nd Corridor Coach, very very minor foxing around one door and windows on one side, 4055 Brake/2nd Corridor, minor foxing to one end on one side, 4054 Brake/2nd very very minor foxing at one end on one side, all in original boxes, G-VG, boxes G-VG, some tabs loose, (4) £80-120
441.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail 4685 Caustic Liquor Bogie Wagon and other Tank Wagons, 4685 in blue, in original box VG, box G, two tabs unattached, together with 4676 Esso, 4675 Chlorine, 4657 United Dairies and D1 Shell Tank wagons, all in original boxes and unboxed black Esso, Mobil and Traffic Services Tank wagons, G-E, boxes F-VG (8) £50-70
442.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail Goods Rolling Stock, including 4300, 4301, 4305 Passenger Fruit Van, 4313 Gunpowder Van, 4325, 4625, 4626 Presflo (2), 4627, 4640, 4645, 4649 Flat truck with Tractor, 4652 and 4658, all in original red striped boxes, some appear unrun and eight unboxed trucks (2 x 3-Rail), F-E, boxes F-VG (22) £70-90
443.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail BR SR Train, 2207 BR green 0-6-0 Tank, 4323 SR Utility Van, 4657 United Dairies Milk Tank wagon, 4025 1st/2nd and 4026 Brake/2nd SR green Suburban coaches, all in original boxes and unboxed SR Horse Box with one horse, VG-E, boxes G-VG (6) £50-70
444.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail 5083 Terminal or Through Station Kit, in original box, G-VG, appears complete apart from one door and a couple of windows, one narrow and one standard ramp cracked, box G £80-120
445.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail Station and Goods Depot Kits, 5085 Suburban Station, 5030 Island Platform and 5020 Goods Depot, all in original plain red boxes, together with D1 metal Platform Extension with wall, in original blue striped box, VG-E, boxes VG (3) £70-90
446.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail Engine Shed and Extension Kits, 5005 2-road Engine Shed and 5006 Extension Kit, both in original plain red boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £40-60
447.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2 and 3-Rail Accessories, 1080 Battery Controller, 5 Cable Drums (boxed), 3450 Buffer Stops, 5046 Colour Light Signal and two boxes of bulbs (one part complete), 3460 Plastic Level Crossing for 3-rail track, all in original boxes, various part and unused packets, Train Names, Destination Boards (2, one unused), Station Names, Switch Grouping rods, Miniature Posters, all in original packets, unboxed Lineside Hut and two Containers, F-E, boxes/packets F-VG (qty) £40-60
448.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 3-Rail Pre-war, D1 NE Goods van, in box dated 7.38, Clockwork left hand point, switch requires attention and right hand point (damaged), in original box dated 10.38, together with pair of LNER articulated coach bodies (one with a bogie), both with roofs, F-VG, boxes F £50-70
449.    Hornby-Dublo 5005 and 5006 Engine Shed and Extension and D1 Station an D1 Island Platforms, unboxed 5005 Engine Shed and 5006 Extension kit, in original box with Tri-ang Hornby Label, together with an extra roof (without vents), F-VG, main roof and extension lack 4 vents and walls four windows, lacks screws, washers and bolts, box G, together with 5010 Footbridge, in original red striped box, D1 Trough Station, in original box with two additional platform extension, two unboxedD1 Island Platforms and four narrow platforms with fencing made from larger platforms, in a 5086 box, F-G, boxes F (qty) £60-80
450.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail Super Detail BR WR Coaches, 4051 (2), 4060, 4061 and 4047 D20 Restaurant Car, all in original boxes VG-E, boxes G-VG, together with four unboxed Pullman coaches, VG (9) £50-70
451.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail Super Detail BR maroon Coaches, 4078 Sleeping Cars (4) and 4075 Passenger Brake Van, all in original boxes, G-E, boxes G-VG (5) £50-70
452.    Hornby-Dublo 00 Gauge 2-Rail 2233 Co-Bo Diesel-Electric Locomotive, with Instructions, in original red striped picture box, VG, box F £50-70
453.    Foreword - The following seven lots are from a significant collection of pre and post-war Catalogues Price Lists and Publicity leaflets featuring the launch of Hornby-Dublo up to 1959 including Export issues, Meccano/Dublo UK Catalogues and Price Lists 1938-1940, Meccano Toys of Quality from Meccano Land 1938-1939 Stamped McMillans Aberdeen, Meccano Quality Gifts for Boys 1938-1939 stamped AH&M C Davies Cheam, Meccano Toys of Quality from Meccano Land 1939-1940 unstamped including Duchess of Atholl, The Stars send their Message 1939-1940 stamped Dawsons Wilmslow, original colour Leaflet Hornby-Dublo Trains 1938-1939, Meccano Products Price List including Dublo dated 1940 and stamped Arthur's Toy Store, generally G-VG (6) £60-100
454.    Meccano/Hornby-Dublo UK Catalogues and Price Lists 1938-1941, The Stars send their Message 1938-1939 stamped Winchester Cycle and Motor Co, Toys of Quality 1939-1940 stamped Shepperson Bros, Sutton-in-Ashfield, Quality Gifts for Boys 1939-1940 stamped Eddy & Son, Helston, Hornby-Dublo Price List 'Revised Prices from 9th October 1939' ref 16/1039/125 and Meccano Price List 1st November 1941 including Dublo (some staining), F-VG (5) £60-80
455.    Meccano/Hornby-Dublo UK Catalogues Leaflets and Price Lists 1947-1953, Hornby-Dublo Electric Trains Leaflets , ref 16/1247/2.5 and 16/748/5, Meccano reduced prices October 1948 ref 16/948/200, Revised Prices April-May 1949 ref 16/449/100, Meccano World Famous Toys Nov 1949 ref 13/1049/150, Meccano Illustrated Price Lists October 1949, 1st February 1950, June 1950, October 1950, March 1951, October 1951, pocket Catalogues February 1952, April 1952, September 1952 1st February 1953 and one sided leaflet Suppression of Radio Interference in Hornby Trains ref 16/550/100m-C2671, generally F-VG (16) £80-120
456.    Meccano/Hornby-Dublo UK Catalogues Leaflets and Price Lists 1953-1959, two Meccano Pocket Catalogues 15th April 1953 with different images on cover, Hornby-Dublo colour catalogue 1953/4, larger Pocket catalogue Meccano Dinky Hornby Trains and Dublo 1st October 1953, single sided leaflet Hornby-Dublo modest outlay ref 16/1154/250, Dublo colour Catalogues 1954/5, ( two, one with revised prices 1st Feb 1955) and Price List, larger Pocket Toys of Quality 1955/6, Toys of Quality Catalogues ref 13/756/525 and 13/757/500 and leaflet 1957, Dublo Catalogues 1955/6, 3, two one with prices are cancelled on front, 1956/7, 1957, two, one with revised prices 1st February 1958, 1958 two, one with revised prices May 1959, 1959 Book of Trains, 3-Rail yellow and white leaflet ref HD/CF/7 and Which Magazine December 1959 with article on Model Train Sets featuring Hornby-Dublo, generally G-VG (21)


1st October 1953 back page ref 13/953/678 £100-140
457.    Australian and New Zealand Meccano/Hornby-Dublo Catalogues, Australia, Pocket Catalogue Toys of Quality 1954 ref 13/654/50, Toys of Quality 1956 ref 13/756/50 and Hornby-Dublo Trains Catalogue 1957 ref 7/57/20, New Zealand Toys of Quality 1956 ref 13/756/50, F-VG (4) £60-80
458.    Canadian and American Meccano/Hornby-Dublo Catalogue Leaflets and Price Lists 1938-1958, Canadian Toys of Quality 1938-1939 stamped Barber & Holdcroft Victoria BC, Hudson Dobson New York b/w Hornby Trains Catalogue with price list ( some wear/damage to front cover, cover loose), Canada, Toys of Quality Pocket Catalogues, 1952, slightly larger 1953 stamped C A Lawrence Ltd and 1954, large full colour catalogue 1956 ref 13/756/100, Canadian Train Sets leaflet stamped Booth's Hobby Shop, Toronto undated and another unstamped with ref 16/957/30, Toys of Quality Canadian/English 1957 and Dublo Catalogue 1958 Canada, F-VG (10) £100-140
459.    Various Meccano Hornby-Dublo Catalogues and leaflets for the Export Market, Italian illustrated Meccano April 1954 Price List stamped P Pallavicini Genoa, Dublo Catalogues NP (not priced), 1954/5, 1955/6, 1956/7, 1957, Toys of Quality 1957, and 1958 English Export NP Eire/CI generally G (7) £80-100
460.    Wrenn 00 Gauge W2260 4-6-0 LMS maroon Royal Scot Locomotive and Tender, No 6100 'Royal Scot', with instruction booklet, separate instruction sheet and one spare smoke deflector, in original box stamped Packer No 6, G-VG, a few paint chips, box G-VG £120-150
461.    Wrenn 00 Gauge W2238 BR green 35028 'Clan Line', with instructions, in original box stamped Packer No 6, E, box VG, some scuffing to edges £100-150
462.    Wrenn 00 Gauge BR green Tank Locomotives, W2270 2-6-4 80135, with instructions, in original box stamped 911148, E, box VG, W2206A 0-6-0 31128, with instructions, in original box stamped Packer No 2 07731, E, boxes VG (2) £80-120
463.    Wrenn 00 Gauge BR black 2-6-4 Tank Locomotive, No 80033, with instructions, in original early box stamped Packer No 6, VG, box G £40-60
464.    Wrenn 00 Gauge W2278A Bulleid Merchant Navy Class SR green 21C13 'Blue Funnel Line', in original box stamped Packer No 3? 891 2, E, box G-VG, some minor scuffing to lid edges £150-250
465.    Wrenn 00 Gauge W2224 2-8-0 Freight Locomotive, repainted WD grey No 638, in original box stamped Packer No 3, G, box F, together with W2237 West Country Southern empty box, G (2) £60-80
466.    Wrenn 00 Gauge W2220 GWR green 2-6-4 Tank Locomotive, No 8230, in original unstamped box, G-VG, two paint chips to loco body and one number scuffed, box G-VG, one corner scuffed £50-70
467.    Wrenn 00 Gauge W2222 GWR green 4-6-0 7002 'Devizes Castle' Locomotive and Tender, in original box stamped Packer No 6 G-VG, chip to roof and scratch to one number, box G, some minor scuffing to lid edges £50-70
468.    Wrenn 00 Gauge 5-Car Brighton Belle EMU chocolate and cream set, W3006/7 Driving Car No 90 and Trailer Car No 91, with instructions, both white boxes stamped Packer No 6, W6002A 'Audrey', W6002A 'Vera' and W6001A Car No 87, all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes F-VG (4) £150-200
469.    Wrenn 00 Gauge W2218 BR black 2-6-4 Tank, in original box, stamped Packer No 6, E, box VG £40-60
470.    Trix 00 1180 Gauge 'Flying Scotsman' Locomotive and Tender, 4472 in LNER green with single Tender, with instructions, in original yellow box, VG, box G £50-80
471.    A quantity of Trix 00 Gauge 3-rail fibre based track and points, including 16 points, in original boxes (some two per box) and 27 unboxed points, unboxed Diamond crossings (3), 705 Hand Uncoupler (2), 712 Remote Uncoupler, Transition Rail (2 boxes), in original boxes, F-E, boxes F-G (qty) £30-50
472.    A quantity of Trix 00 Gauge 3-rail Bakelite track points and Accessories, including 276 Signal Box, various points (5 pairs), Curves (3 boxes), Straights (4 boxes), Buffers on track (3 boxes) uncoupling rail (1), Quarter Straights (4 boxes), Switch and a few pieces of loose track in 915 Box, G-VG, not all boxes complete, boxes F-G (qty) £50-80
473.    Trix 00 Gauge 'Western' Diesels, BR green 'Western Explorer' , one side frame damaged and BR blue 'Western Enterprise', both in original yellow window boxes, F-G, boxes F (2) £40-60
474.    Trix 00 Gauge 236 BR green 70000 'Britannia Locomotive and Tender, metal bodied, in original box, VG, box F-G £40-60
475.    Tri-ang 00 Gauge Countryside Young and Fogg rubber buildings, including Oast House, Church, Post Office, Cottage two Houses and Forge, F-G (6) £30-50
476.    Tri-ang Hornby Fleischmann and other makers 00 Gauge Locomotives and Accessories, Hornby R866 LNER green B12/3, in original box, G, box F, unboxed Tri-ang Deely 3F and repainted black M7, Tri-ang EMU motorised bogie and black switches, box of couplings, , Fleischmann DB 65 018 Locomotive body only, in original box, various HO bogies and Edward Sharp tin with Tri-ang XO4 motor and other spares, F-G, boxes F-G (qty) £40-60
477.    Kernow and Oxford Rail 00 Gauge Steam Tank Engines, Kernow K2051 BR black early crest Beattie Well Tank 30587 and Oxford Rail SR green Adams Radial Tank No 488, both in original boxes, E, appear unrun or test run only, boxes VG (2) £80-120
478.    Heljan 00 Gauge Brush/Hawker Siddeley yellow and brown Kestrel HS4000 Diesel Locomotive, Ltd Ed 1046/4000, in original box, E appears unrun, box VG £80-120
479.    Heljan 00 Gauge 4005 BRCW grey prototype D0260 'Lion' Diesel Locomotive, limited production of 4000, in original box, E appears unrun, box VG £80-120
480.    Heljan 00 Gauge 53031 Brush prototype Class 53 Diesel 'Falcon', in lime livery D0280, Ltd Ed 363/800, in original box, E appears unrun, box VG £80-120
481.    Heljan 00 Gauge 9003 Metropolitan Railway Bo-Bo ' Sherlock Holmes', in red No 8 , in original box, E appears unrun, box VG £60-80
482.    Exley 00 Gauge LMS Mainline maroon Coaches, comprising 6384 Restaurant Car, 4663 1st Class, both in original boxes, unboxed, 3966 1st/3rd (mark on roof), 9399 All 3rd,6031 Brake/3rd and 6686 All 1st, generally G-VG, some lack corridor connections, boxes G (6) £100-140
483.    Dapol 00 Gauge 0-6-0 Terrier Tank Locomotives, D-72 GWR green No 6, D-69 LBSC umber 662 and D100 LBSC mustard 'Boxhill', all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes F-G (3) £60-80
484.    Dapol 00 Gauge Steam Locomotives and Rolling Stock, D67 SDJR blue 4-4-0 2P No 45, D1 lbs ex-LNY 0-4-0 Pug No 11217 and D-010 LNY No 19, lined crimson coach, IMS Tank wagon (box torn) and two high capacity open wagons, all in original boxes.VG-E, boxes generally F-G (7) £60-80
485.    Mainline 00 Gauge Steam Locomotives, 37058 GWR repainted black 0-6-0 Collett No 2251, 37053 BR green 4-6-0 Standard Class 4 75001, 37066 BR green rebuilt 4-6-0 Patriot class 45532 'Illustrious' 936153 BR black 4-6-0 Jubilee Class with Fowler Tender 45700 'Amethyst', all in original boxes F-G, two with labels on box 'require attention', boxes F-G (4) £40-60
486.    Airfix/GMR 00 Gauge Locomotives and Rolling stock, Airfix, 54123 BR black 0-6-0 Fowler 44454, 54150 GWR green 2-6-2 Prairie 6110, 54101-9 BR weathered green A1A A1A Diesel, 54121-3 BR green Royal Scot class 46106 'Gordon Highlanders', GWR Auto Coach, open truck, GMR, Bogie Bolster twin pack and three wagons, all in original boxes, G-E , boxes F-G (10) £60-80
487.    Jouef 00 Gauge Diesels and Graham Farish coach and Guards Vans, Jouef 8912 BR blue Class 40 Diesel Locomotives, Graham Farish 12301 GWR Coach and NE/LMS Brake Van twin pack, G-E, boxes F-G (4) £30-50
488.    Replica and Mainline 00 gauge Steam Locomotives and Rolling stock, Replica LNER 4-6-0 LMS black 1059 (seconds) and three coaches, BR SR Buffet, BR Restaurant (seconds), GWR Collett Brake coach and Container truck, Mainline, 37090 GWR green 43XX Mogul 5350, 37079 BR black 7812 'Erlestoke Manor', North Eastern green 0-6-0 J72 class 'Joem', 837319 BR crimson and cream Autotrailer and five wagons, all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes F-VG (14) £80-120
489.    Vitrains Models 00 Gauge V2073 Class 37405 Diesel Locomotive, in EWS maroon and yellow, in original box, E, box VG £40-60
490.    Bachmann Hornby Dapol and Oxford Rail 00 Gauge Passenger and Goods Rolling stock, Hornby Railroad R4351 and R4352 BR maroon Mk1 coaches, five wagons including Horse Box and UD Tank wagon, Bachmann Queen Mary Brake Vans (3), Esso Tanker and BR grey Brake Van, Dapol 6-wheel Tank wagons (2) and SR green 4-wheel Utility Van and Oxford Rail Cattle wagon, all in original boxes, E, boxes VG (16) £60-80
491.    EFE 00 Gauge ex London Underground Isle of Wight Island Trains, Island Line Livery 80005 'A' and 80105 'D' and Network SouthEast livery 80006 'A' and 80106 'D', in individual boxes in sleeved pairs, E, boxes G-VG some creasing to sleeves (4) £80-120
492.    EFE 00 Gauge London Underground 1938 Bakerloo Line stock, 80002 'A', 80102 'D', 80202 Non Driving and 80302 Trailer, all in original boxes, E, boxes VG (4) £80-120
493.    EFE 00 Gauge London Underground Piccadilly Line stock, 80003 'A', 80103 'D', 80203 Motor Trailer and 80303 Driving Trailer, all in original boxes, E, boxes VG (4) £80-120
494.    EFE 00 Gauge London Underground 1938 Northern Line stock, Driving 'A', Non Driving, Trailer and Driving 'C', all in original boxes, E, boxes G-VG (4) £80-120
495.    EFE 00 Gauge London Underground 1959 Northern Line stock, 80402 'A', 80502 'D', 80602 Motor Trailer and 80702 Trailer, all in original boxes, E, boxes VG (4) £80-120
496.    EFE 00 Gauge London Underground 1959 Central Line stock, 80401 'A', 80501 'D', 80601 Motor Trailer and 80701 Trailer, all in original boxes, E, boxes VG (4) £80-120
497.    EFE 00 Gauge London Underground 1962 Epping-Ongar Service stock, 81002 Non Driving Motor, 81102 Trailer, 80802 'A' and 80902 'D', all in original boxes with outer sleeve, E, boxes VG (4) £80-120
498.    EFE 00 Gauge London Underground 1962 Central Line stock, 81001 Non Driving Motor, 81101 Trailer, 80801 'A' and 80901 'D', all in original boxes with outer sleeve, E, boxes VG (4) £80-120
499.    EFE 00 Gauge London Underground 1938 Metropolitan East London Line stock, 80204 Non Driving Motor, 80304 Trailer, 80004 'A' and 80104 'D', all in original boxes with outer sleeve, E, boxes VG (4) £80-120
500.    EFE 00 Gauge London Underground 1938 Metropolitan East London Line stock, 81002 Non Driving Motor, 81102 Trailer, 80802 'A' and 80902 'D', all in original boxes with outer sleeve, E, boxes VG (4) £80-120
501.    Lledo and Corgi Trackside 00 Gauge Vehicles, Lledo ERF Lorries, Mitchell, Pollock, Ribble Cement and Craigs of Denny, Scammell Redland, Guy Big J Tippers, Fowler, Blue Circle, Tarmac, BRS and London Brick Co, Noddy Van Roadline and Guy Pantechnicon Waring & Gillow, Corgi Noddy Van London Brick Co, SR and LNER Horse boxes, Octopus Tanker Fina and Scammell Townsman Royal Mail and Mechanical Horse GWR, all in original boxes, E-M, boxes E (18) £60-80
502.    Large quantity of Peco 00 Gauge Track, approx 30 full lengths of SL-100x flexi track (appears unused) in original box together with 15 lengths of used track, F-E, box F (45+ lengths of track) £30-50
503.    Jouef 00 Gauge BR Inter-City blue grey full length coaches, 5751, 5752 (2) and 5753, all in original boxes VG, boxes G (4) £40-60
504.    Mainline 00 Gauge Goods Sets Locomotives and Rolling Stock, BR Branch Line Freight Set comprising 0-6-0 Tank, trucks (4), track and Hornby points (4), LNER Branch Line Train Set comprising 0-6-0 Tank, trucks (6) and a few straights, both sets lack battery controllers and in original boxes, 37046 LMS maroon 5719 'Glorious', 37056 LMS black 6115 'Scots Guardsman', 37050 Type 4 1C0-C01 BR green Diesels, D49 'The Manchester Regiment' and renamed D137 'The Cheshire Regiment', D8 'Pennyghent' and D52 'The Lancashire Fusilier' and six trucks, all in original boxes, G-E, boxes F-VG (14) £100-140
505.    Airfix GMR Mainline and Dapol 00 Gauge Steam Locomotives, Airfix 54122-6 LMS black Fowler 4454, Mainline BR black N2 Class 0-6-2T 69531, Dapol BR black N2 Class 69532 and GMR 54121 BR green 46100 'Royal Scot', all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes F-VG (4) £70-90
506.    Hornby (Margate and China) Bachmann and GMR 00 Gauge Goods Rolling Stock, various goods trucks including Open wagons , Vans and Brake vans, Hornby China (7), Margate (7), GMR (8) and Bachmann (7), all in original boxes, E, boxes (29) £80-120
507.    Mainline and Airfix 00 Gauge LMS 57' and BR coaching stock, Airfix LMS maroon 57' Coaches (4) and Mainline LMS maroon 57' coaches (6), BR SK cream/crimson (5) and BR SK maroon (3, one in Age of Steam box, all in original boxes), VG-E, boxes G-VG (18) £80-120
508.    Gaugemaster Series Q 4-Track controller for N 00 and 0 Gauge Model Railways, and Type HF-2 High Frequency Track cleaner, VG (2) £40-60
509.    Heljan 00 Gauge 9003 Metropolitan Bo Bo 'Sherlock Holmes' in LT maroon, in original box, E, box VG £80-100
510.    Heljan 00 Gauge 11087521 BR green Park Royal Railbus, with speed whiskers, No M79971, in original box, E, box VG £60-80
511.    Heljan 00 Gauge Class 05 Diesel Shunters, 2523 Departmental BR green No 88 and 2503 No 2 'Cider Queen', both in original boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £80-100
512.    00 Works 00 Gauge Wainwright C class 0-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, finished in matt plain black No 31724, in original box, VG-E, possibly renumbered, bottom edge of Tender with gloss finish, box G-VG, lacks insert £60-80
513.    00 Works 00 Gauge Adams Radial Tank 4-4-2 Locomotive, finished in BR lined black, no 30583, in original box, E, box VG £60-80
514.    00 Works 00 Gauge Wainwright L Class 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, finished in BR lined black No 31764, in original box, VG-E, possibly renumbered, box VG £60-80
515.    Dapol 00 Gauge Terrier Class Tank Locomotives, D71 BR black 32640 and D100 LBSC umber 82 'Boxhill', both in original boxes, £60-80
516.    Mainline Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed group of four LMS Steam Locomotives comprising, 37046, Jubilee Class with Fowler Tender 'Glorious' in crimson livery, 37-060, Rebuilt Scot class 'Royal Scot', in crimson livery (preserved) and 37092 Parallel Boiler Scot LMSR crimson 'Old Contemptibles', together with 4-6-0 Jubilee Class 5XP 'Leander' in crimson, G, boxes P-F (4) £80-120
517.    Mainline and Dapol Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed group of five Steam Locomotives comprising, Dapol D005, Dorchester Castle in BR green and Mainline, 37-059, 0-6-0 2251 Collett Class Locomotive in BR black and 0-6-0T J72 Class Tank Locomotives, 37070 in BR black, 37-054 in LNER green (2) G, boxes P-F, (5) £60-80
518.    Dapol GMR and Replica Railways Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed group of five Steam Locomotives comprising, Dapol County Class, D068 'County Merioneth' in BR black and D4 County of Stafford in BR green, together with Airfix GMR, 44124-2 Castle Class 'Caerphilly Castle' in GWR green and Replica Railways 11012, Class B1 LNER 'Springbok' in green livery and another LNER 1059 in black livery (marked as a second), F-G, boxes P-F, (5) £80-100
519.    Mainline and Replica Railways, a boxed group of four Diesel Locomotives comprising Mainline 37040, Class 45/0 1Co-Co1 in BR blue and 37035, Class 56 CO-CO in BR blue, together with Replica Railways 11502, Class 45 45106 in BR green and another Class 45 Locomotive in BR blue, G, boxes F, (4) £50-80
520.    Mainline and GMR Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed group of four comprising, Mainline 37038, Class 6600 0-6-2T in GWR green, together with Airfix GMR, 54150-1 Prairie Tank also in GWR green, 54124-2 Castle Class, Caerphilly Castle in GWR green and 54225-5 Dartmouth Castle in BR green, G-E, boxes P-G, (4) £80-120
521.    Mainline Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed group of four all GWR in green livery, comprising 54156, 2301 Class (Dean Goods) 0-6-0, 37-058, 0-6-0 2251 Collett Class, 37-078, 4-6-0 Manor Class and 37090, 43XX Mogul, G-E, boxes G, (4) £80-120
522.    Oxford Rail and Other Locomotives, a boxed group of five comprising Oxford Rail 76AR001, Adams Radial Steel 30583 in BR black livery, Airfix 54153-0, 0-4-2 1400 Class Tank in BR green, Dapol D2, 0-4-0 LNY Pug in BR black, together with Mainline 37085, 57XX Pannier Tank 5768 in BR black (2) G-E, boxes P-E, (5) £100-150
523.    Jidenco kitbuilt 00 Gauge LSWR Adams 0-4-0T class B4, in BR black, No 30089, built and painted to an excellent standard, E, £50-70
524.    Wills or similar kitbuit 00 Gauge 0-6-2t class E5, in BR lined black, built and painted to an excellent standard, E £60-80
525.    Pair of kitbuilt 00 Gauge Adams Radial Tanks, in SR green No 0524, chimney unattached, and BR lined black 30583, part complete, chassis and motor in place, lacks pick up wires, rear wheels not fixed, both built and painted to a fair standard (2) £50-70
526.    Kitbuilt 00 Gauge Wills or similar Terrier and modified Tri-ang 2-6-2T with Bachmann chassis, Terrier finished in SR black No 1027, built and painted to a fair standard, together with Tr-ang 2-6-2T in BR plain green with loose Bachmann chassis with DCC module, both F (2) £40-60
527.    Wills 00 Gauge kitbuilt GWR 9400 Class Pannier Tank, No 9400 in GWR lined green, Tri-ang chassis, Dublo couplings, G, built and painted to a fair standard, chimney and one step unattached, £30-50
528.    DCK 00 Gauge part built BR Eastleigh 'Hampshire' Class 3H/205 3-Car DMU, Power (no motor bogie) and Trailer cars built to a good standard, requires detailing, both in BR blue with yellow ends, centre car unmade, includes some additional parts, in original box, G, box G £40-60
529.    K's or similar 00 Gauge Kitbuilt LNER Steam Locomotives, black class B1 4-4-0 1238, built and painted to a fair standard, G-VG and green Robinson D11 4-4-0 2662 'Prince of Wales, built and painted to a fair standard, F, requires finishing, chassis and front bogie unattached, one step on Tender missing, (2) £60-80
530.    K's or similar 00 Gauge Kitbuilt SR Adams Radial Tank Steam Locomotive, in SR lined green No 524, built and painted to a fair standard, G-VG £50-70
531.    Kitmaster 00 Gauge 9-Car Blue Pullman and other coaches, 4-Car and 5-Car Pullman sets each including a Kitchen car, both Power cars with Kitmaster motor bogies, built and made to a fair-good standard, together with two Kitmaster BR maroon Restaurant cars, G-VG (11) £80-120
532.    Stewart Reidpath 00 Gauge Southern EMU Motor Coach with outside rail pick-ups, built and painted to a fair standard, No 8435, paper label underneath states Stewart Reidpath Makers, Herne, Kent, F-G £50-70
533.    K's and Wills 00 Gauge kitbuilt Railcar and Saddle Tank, K's GWR Diesel Railcar No 19, Wills GWR green Class 1804 Saddle Tank no 1853, both built and painted to a fair standard, in original boxes, G, boxes F (2) £50-70
534.    Wills Finecast 00 Gauge Kitbuilt LNER Class A2 Steam Locomotives, two Locomotives and Tenders No 520 and 560, both built and painted to a fair-good standard, in original boxes, G, boxes F (4, including Tenders) £60-80
535.    Wills Finecast 00 Gauge Kitbuilt LMS black Steam Locomotives, 6P/5-F Crab 2749,in original box, unboxed, un-numbered Jinty and 2-6-4T 2643, all built and painted to a fair standard F-G, box F (4, including Tender) £70-100
536.    Wills Finecast 00 Gauge Kitbuilt GWR green Steam Locomotives, 6942 'Ashton Hall' with a Tri-ang chassis, in original box and unboxed 9789 Pannier Tank, both built and painted to a fair standard, F-G, box F (3, including Tender) £50-70
537.    Peco 00 Gauge kitbuilt Wonderful wagons and other makers kit and RTR wagons, Peco wagons including Container Trucks, Salt wagons, PO open wagons and others, built and finished to a fair standard (22) Airfix (3), metal wagons (5), Trix (2), Tri-ang (2) and Märklin Transformer wagon in original orange box, circle of Hornby track and two unmade Superquick card buildings F-VG, box G (45) £70-90
538.    Wills Fine cast 00 Gauge kitbuilt BR black ex SR W class 2-6-4T, unlined black, 31921, built and painted to a good standard, in original box, VG, box G £60-80
539.    DJH 00 Gauge kitbuilt BR black ex SR S15, unlined black,30841, built and painted to a very good standard, in original box, VG, box G £60-80
540.    DJH 00 Gauge kitbuilt BR black ex SR Urie S15, unlined black,30509, built and painted to a very good standard, in original box, VG, box G £60-80
541.    Millholmes Models 00 Gauge kitbuilt BR ex LSWR H16 4-6-2 Tank Locomotive, unlined black 30520, built and painted to a very good standard, in original box, G, box VG £60-80
542.    Millholmes Models 00 Gauge kitbuilt BR ex SR Z Class 0-8-0 Tank Locomotive, unlined black 30951, built and painted to a good standard, in original box, G, box VG £80-120
543.    DJH 00 Gauge kitbuilt BR black Class H15 4-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, lined black with 8-wheel Tender 30474, built and painted to a very good standard, in original box, VG, box G £80-100
544.    DJH 00 Gauge unmade S & DJR LMS/BR 2-8-0 large boiler version Locomotive and Tender kit, in original box, E, appears complete, box G, together with part built LSW/SR/BR 0395 0-6-0, in original box, G, box F (2) £70-90
545.    Alan Gibson 00 Gauge unmade LMS 2P Locomotive and Fowler Tender kit, in original box, E, appears complete, box G £50-70
546.    00 Gauge Kits by various makers, Comet Models S11a Bulleid Tavern Car (Kitchen and Buttery Car) kit, Gem L1 Locomotive Chassis kit, Wills Finecast 0-6-0 Chassis Kit CK1, Parkside Dundas SR PMV Parcels Van and Falcon Brass Guards Van kit, all in original boxes/packaging, VG-E, boxes F-G (4) £30-50
547.    Various 00 Gauge Locomotive Motors and Accessories, motors by Mishima, Branch Lines, ECM, (14) together with various mounts, cogs and other items by South Eastern Finecast, Branch Lines and others, (qty), many in original packets, generally VG (qty) £100-200
548.    Wheeltapper LSWR unmade Coach kits, Brake 3rd, Corridor Composite, 1st/3rd Composite. Brake Composite, Non-corridor Brake/3rd, Corridor 3rd and Non-Corridor 2nd-3rd Composite, all in original boxes, E, all appear complete, boxes VG (7) £60-80
549.    Ian Kirk 00 Gauge Southern Loco Hauled 8892 Three coach Set, comprising High Window Brake/3rd, Compo and Brake 3rd, all unmade, in original header bag, E, bag G £30-50
550.    Kitbuilt 00 Gauge 2-6-4 Tank body on a Wrenn chassis, BR black 42305, built and painted to a fair standard, coupling rods weathered, in original Wrenn box stamped Packer No 6, F-G, box F £40-60
551.    A South Eastern Finecast 00 Gauge Kitbuilt GWR 'Star' Class Locomotive and Tender, GWR green 4019 'Knight Templar', body and chassis built and painted to a fair standard, in original box, G, box G £60-80
552.    A South Eastern Finecast 00 Gauge Kitbuilt GWR 'Castle' Class Locomotive and Tender, GWR green 5014 'Goodrich Castle', body and chassis built and painted to a fair standard, in original box, G, box G £60-80
553.    A South Eastern Finecast 00 Gauge Kitbuilt GWR 'King' Class Locomotive and Tender, GWR green 6009 'King Charles II', body and chassis built and painted to a fair-good standard, in original box, G, box G £60-80
554.    A South Eastern Finecast 00 Gauge Kitbuilt GWR 'County' Class Locomotive and Tender, GWR green 3827 'County of Gloucester', body and chassis built and painted to a fair-good standard, in original box, G, box G £60-80
555.    A pair of South Eastern Finecast 00 Gauge Kitbuilt GWR 2-6-2 Tank Locomotives GWR green 61XX large Prairie 6106, in original box and unboxed GWR green standard Prairie 5516, both built and painted to a good standard, G-VG, box G (2) £70-100
556.    Wills Finecast and K's 00 Gauge Kitbuilt Pannier Tank and Bulldog Locomotives, Wills GWR 1853 Pannier Tank and K's GWR green 4-4-0 33xx 6160 Bulldog Class Locomotive and Tender, both built and painted to a fair-good standard, in original boxes, G-VG, boxes G (2) £70-100
557.    Pro-Scale 00 Gauge Kitbuilt GWR green 'Saint' Class Locomotive and Tender, 2938 'Corsham Court', built and painted to a good standard, in original box G-VG, box G £60-80
558.    Sutherland 'Cotswold' Scale Model 00 Gauge Kitbuilt 'Flower' Class Locomotive and Tender, GWR green, 3446 'Goldfinch', built and painted to a fair-good standard, in original box, G-VG, box F £60-80
559.    A Nucast 00 Gauge Kitbuilt GWR 78XX 'Manor' Class Locomotive and Tender, GWR green 7808 'Cookham Manor', built and painted to a fair-good standard, in original box, VG, box G £60-80
560.    00 Gauge Kitbuilt 14xx Tank Locomotive and Autocoach, DJH/K's or similar GWR green 0-4-2 Tank and kitbuilt GWR chocolate and cream Auto-coach, both built and painted to a fair-good standard, G-VG £50-70
561.    Anbrico 00 Gauge Kitbuilt GWR Railcar No 11, built and painted to a very good standard, fitted with a Tenshodo WB 26 motor bogie, VG £50-70
562.    00 Gauge Kitbuilt GWR Super Saloon Class Coaches, including 'Queen Mary', Corridor First and Corridor Third and Brake/Third, all built and painted to a good standard, (4) £60-100
563.     00 Gauge Kitbuilt GWR Coaches, chocolate and cream Suburbans, all built and painted to a fair-good standard, G-VG (4) £50-70
564.    Comet and other makers 00 Gauge Kitbuilt GWR Coaches, including Super Saloons Brake, Restaurant Car and First/Third, two Corridor Suburbans, Ocean Mails and 12-wheel Restaurant car with four Comet boxes, all appear made to a good standard, paint finish varies from amateur to good, F-G, boxes G (7 coaches, 4 boxes) £50-70
565.    A South Eastern Finecast 00 Gauge Kitbuilt Southern green 'Schools' Class Locomotive and Tender, 921 'Shrewsbury', built and painted to a good standard with a gloss finish, in original box, G-VG £60-80
566.    A Nucast 00 Gauge Kitbuilt Southern green 'NX15' Class Locomotive and Tender, 2333 'Remembrance', built and painted to a good standard, in original box, G-VG, box G £80-100
567.    A DJH 00 Gauge Kitbuilt BR green 'West Country' Class rebuilt Locomotive and Tender, 34047 'Callington', built and painted to a good standard, in original box, VG, box G £80-120
568.    00 kitbuilt BR SR Mk1 Coaches, all First, Restaurant Car and Brake/2nd, all built to a good standard, painted to a fair standard with a gloss finish, G (3) £40-60
569.    South Eastern Finecast 00 Gauge Kitbuilt A4 Locomotive and Tender, finished in LNER green 4486 'Merlin', built and painted to a good standard, in original box, G-VG, valve gear incomplete, various spares in box, box G £80-100
570.    Roxey Kitbuilt 00 Gauge Maunsell Southern Railway gloss green Coaches, Brake/Third (2) and all Third, built to a fair-good standard painted to an amateur standard, F-G (3) £40-60
571.    Phoenix 00 Gauge Kitbuilt 4 CEP Southern Railway green 4-Car EMU, comprising Power (non motorised), Trailer, Centre coach and Buffet coach, built to a good standard, painted to a fair standard G (4) £60-80
572.    Phoenix 00 Gauge Kitbuilt 2 Bil Southern Railway green 2-Car EMU, comprising Power (non motorised) and trailer cars, built and painted to a good standard G (2) £30-50
573.    Wills Finecast 00 Gauge Kitbuilt SR 'King Arthur' Class Locomotive and Tender on a Hornby chassis, in SR green 453 'King Arthur', built and painted to a good standard, in original box, G-VG, box F £60-80
574.    D C Lawrence kitbuilt LNER green Class A3 2560 'Pretty Polly' Locomotive and Tender, with unpainted back head supplied loose, built and painted to a professional standard, in original box stamped D C Lawrence, E, box G £200-300
575.    Model Loco 00 Gauge ML6 kitbuilt BR rebuilt Merchant Navy Class Locomotive and Tender, finished in BR green No 35018 'British India Line', built and painted to a very good standard, in original box, VG, box G £80-120
576.    Nu-Cast 00 Gauge kitbuilt LNER 02/3 2-8-0 Heavy Freight Locomotive and Tender, finished in LNER black No 3965, built and painted to a good-very good standard, in original box, VG, box G £80-120
577.    Millholme Models 00 Gauge kitbuilt LNER A2/3 Locomotive and Tender, finished In British Railways apple green 60506 'Wolf of Badenoch', built and painted to a very good standard, in original box, VG, box G £80-120
578.    K's or DJH 00 Gauge kitbuilt LMS Beyer Garrett 2-6-0 - 0-6-2 Locomotive, finished in LMS black No 7994, built and painted to a good standard, G-VG presented in dismantled state with both chassis unattached, rotary boiler and cab roof unattached, £80-120
579.    00 Gauge Kitbuilt Steam Locomotives and Tenders, ML LNER green Class K4 2-6-0 3442, built and painted to a good standard, unmarked BR black ex-LSWR 700 Class 0-6-0 No 30306 on a Tri-ang chassis, built and painted to a fair standard, G, box G (2) £80-120
580.    John Underhill OO Gauge kitbuilt LMS 2-6-0 Class 5P4F Locomotive and Tender, finished in BR lined black 42701, built and painted to a professional standard, stamped John Underhill 148 on chassis, in original box, E, box G-VG £60-80
581.    00 Gauge kitbuilt Tank Locomotives, DJH or similar LBSC 0-6-2 E class 413 'Fenchurch' in dark green livery and unknown kitbuilt 0-4-2 Pannier Tank no 3473 in black livery, both built and painted to a good standard, G-VG (2) £60-80
582.    Pair of 00 Gauge kitbuilt Tank Locomotives, Aspinall Class 23 2F LMS black 0-6-0 saddle Tank 11324 and plain black 0-6-0 16234, both built and painted to a fair-good standard G (2) £40-60
583.    Pair of 00 Gauge kitbuilt Tank Locomotives, GER blue class M15 2-4-2 Tank No 650, both steps unattached and maroon 0-4-0 Industrial Saddle Tank No 99, both built and painted to a fair-good standard, G (2) £50-80
584.    Pair of 00 Gauge kitbuilt SR Tank Locomotives, SR green 0-6-0 Terrier No 8 and SR green Class M7 4-4-0 No 375, both built to a fair standard, painted to an amateur standard, F (2) £40-60
585.    Märklin 412 HO Gauge two-road Engine Shed, in base of original box, VG, base F £30-50
586.    Bachmann Spectrum and IHC HO Gauge Locomotives, Spectrum 81409 EMC Gas Electric (Doodlebug)South Western US Mail Railcar, IHC M528 Southwestern Railroad black 2-6-0 Mogul No 17 , both in original boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £60-80
587.    Fulgurex HO Gauge Ce 6/8 Crocodile SBB/CFF green No 14305 Electric Locomotive, limited production No 579 produced in 1985, in original box, VG-E, box G-VG £250-300
588.    Fulgurex HO Gauge SBB-CFF Electric Railcar, 1003 in red, in original box, E, box VG £100-140
589.    Fulgurex HO Gauge OeBB 0-4-0 Electric Steeple Cab Locomotive, 103 in green, in original box, E, box VG £60-80
590.    Roco HO Gauge 62400 SBB FFS 10439 Ae3/6 Electric Locomotive, in brown, in original box, E, box VG £80-120
591.    Roco HO Gauge 63525 SOB 446 447-5 Electric Locomotive, Tesa livery, in original box, E, box VG £60-80
592.    Roco HO Gauge 63769 BLS 207 Electric Locomotive, brown livery, in original box, E, box VG £80-120
593.    Roco HO Gauge 63883 BLS 252 Electric Locomotive, brown livery, in original box, E, box VG £70-90
594.    Roco HO Gauge 63771 SBB Ae 8/14 11852 Articulated Electric Locomotive, green livery, in original box, E, box VG £100-140
595.    Roco HO Gauge 63887 BLS 271 Articulated Electric Locomotive, brown livery, in original box, E, box VG £100-140
596.    Roco HO Gauge 62545 SBB 12320 Electric Locomotive, brown livery, in original box, E, box VG £80-120
597.    Roco HO Gauge Re 460 62398 Electric Locomotive twin pack, comprising two SBB CFF FFS in red livery, in original boxes with clear plastic sleeve, E, boxes VG (two Locomotives) £100-140
598.    Hornby AcH0 and Fleischmann HO Coaches, Acho SNCF Paris-Lille green coaches 733 2nd Class (2) and 734 Ist Class (3, one in 733 box), all in original boxes, unboxed Fleischmann Touropa blue coaches (5) and Touropa green 2nd Class coach, VG-E, boxes G-VG (11) £70-90
599.    A Märklin HO Gauge Class 53 DR grey 2-6-8-0 'Borsiga' Steam Locomotive and Tender, No 53 0001, VG £80-120
600.    Hornby AcH0 H0 Gauge Locomotive and Coaches, unboxed SNCF BB 16009 twin Pantograph Electric Locomotive, 734 SNCF Paris-Lille green coaches (2, one boxed) and 708 open wagon, in original box, VG-E, boxes F-G (4) £30-50
601.    Roco HO Gauge Advertising sliding wall wagons, large quantity including Knorr, Orangina, Lindt, Coke and others, all in original boxes, E, boxes VG (28) £100-150
602.    Roco HO Gauge Container and Road Rail and other wagons, large quantity including 46361 Panalpina wagons and Road Rail (23) Ferry wagons (5) and 12-wheel flat truck with load, all in original boxes, E-M, boxes VG-E (29) £100-150
603.    Roco HO Gauge Tank wagons and other goods rolling stock, various Tank wagons (5, including two twin packs with 3 Tank wagons), Container wagons (4), various Ferry and Refrigerator Vans (7), other trucks, Lorries, trailer, container, all in original boxes, E-M, boxes VG-E (22) £80-120
604.    Roco HO Gauge Tank wagons and other goods rolling stock, various Tank wagons (9, including two twin packs), Container wagons (5), various Ferry and Refrigerator Vans (8), Car Transporter wagons (3) and Bolster wagon, all in original boxes, E-M, boxes VG-E (24) £100-150
605.    Heljan and other makers H0 Gauge Cargo wagons and other rolling stock Heljan 17005103 Cargo wagons, in original boxes, (5, one in a Lima box), Jouef Nord Waggon ( in base of box) VG-E, boxes F-VG and Klein Modellbahn Container wagon, in original box, F, although unused truck lacks most of paint, box G (7) £60-80
606.    Roco HO Gauge SBB CFF FFS two tone grey Passenger stock, 44201A, 44334, 44769 Observation Coach (2), 44770 (2), and 44771 (2), all in original boxes, E, boxes G-VG (8) £60-80
607.    Roco HO Gauge SBB CFF FFS two tone grey Passenger stock, 44334, 44768 and 44769 Observation Coaches, 44770 (3), and 44771, all in original boxes, E, boxes G-VG (8) £60-80
608.    Roco HO Gauge SBB CFF FFS Passenger stock, 54234A Sleeping cars (2), 44298, 44337, 44438 (2) and 44341 Green coaches and baggage cars and Lima 309592 HUPAC, all in original boxes, E, boxes VG (8) £60-80
609.    Roco HO Gauge various European Passenger stock, 44350 (2), 44351 (3) and 44646, Belgian Railways, 44250B SNCF, 44752 (3) 44754 DB green, 44757 DB Restaurant Car, 44840, 44841, 45070 and 44843 DB blue TEN and 44852 OBB orange and cream 1st/2nd, all in original boxes, E, boxes VG (17) £100-120
610.    Liliput HO Gauge SBB CFF green Coaching stock, 88150, 882 50 (2), 883 50 and 281, all in yellow and white boxes, 867 50 , in dark wood effect box and 878 50 (2) and 879 50, in light wood effect boxes, VG-E, boxes G-VG (10) £60-80
611.    HAG HO Gauge 241 Ae 8/8 BLES Electric Locomotive, brown 2-Units No 273, in original box, E, box VG £120-160
612.    HAG HO Gauge 181 Re 4/4 BLS Electric Locomotive, brown No 162, in original box, E, box VG £80-120
613.    HAG HO Gauge 226 Re 4/4 Serie 1 Electric Locomotive, green No 10022, in original box, E, box VG £80-120
614.    Lima H0 Gauge SBB CFF Electric Locomotives, 20 8179L Re 6/6 green 11605 'Uster', drivers and guards seat units loose in box, 208336LP Re 4/4 BN brown 179 'Bern', both in original boxes, VG-E, boxes G-VG (2) £60-80
615.    Piko and Brawa H0 Gauge Locomotives, Piko DB black 50001 4-6-2 01 533 Locomotive and Tender and Brawa 201 DB maroon Diesel Shunter 201 284-7, both in original boxes, VG-E, boxes G-VG (2) £70-90
616.    Piko H0 Gauge DB black Steam Locomotives and Tenders, 5/6337/010 2-8-2 41 1147-2 and 5/6334/000 4-6-2 03 2157-0, both in original boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £80-120
617.    Piko H0 Gauge DB black Steam Locomotives and Tenders, 5/6335/010 4-6-2 01 0151-1 and 5/6334/0111 4-6-2 01 01531-1, both in original boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £80-120
618.    Fleischmann H0 Gauge 4345 Ae 3/6 Electric Locomotive, SBB CFF green No 10647, in original box, E, box VG £40-60
619.    Fleischmann H0 Gauge Steam Locomotives, 4092 DB black 0-10-0 94 1810 Tank engine, in original box, E, box VG and unboxed DB black 4-6-3 01 220 Locomotive and Tender ,G (2) £80-100
620.    HAG HO Gauge 183 Ae 4/4 BLS Electric Locomotive, brown No 258, in original box, E, box VG £80-120
621.    HAG HO Gauge 215 Re 4/4 SBB Electric Locomotive, green 11234, in original box, E, box VG £80-120
622.    HAG HO Gauge 212 SBB Re 4/4 Electric Locomotive, red 11360, in original box, E, box VG £80-120
623.    Roco HO Gauge 43527 Glass Railcar, DB blue and white 491001-4 complete with passengers, in original box, E, box VG £60-80
624.    Roco H0 Gauge Diesel and Electric Locomotives, 43757 SBB 460 023-5 Zurich Relax livery Diesel Locomotive and 43723 0BB red and grey 1044 057-6 Electric Locomotive, both in original boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £60-80
625.    Roco H0 Gauge Steam and Electric Locomotives, 43240 DB black 4-6-2 01 081 Steam Locomotive and Tender and 43442 SBB CFF FFS red 10103 Electric Locomotive, both in original boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £80-100
626.    Roco unboxed HO Gauge Steam and Electric Locomotives, Roco DB black 4-6-2 Class 01 Steam Locomotive and Tender (rear pony unattached and Tender chassis loose), 43507 Be 4/6 12320 SBB brown Electric Locomotive and unmarked DB black 2-6-2 Tank 64 518, F-VG (3) £60-80
627.    Gützold H0 Gauge 34100 BR219 2 DB red and cream 219 176-5 Diesel Locomotive, in original box, E, box VG £80-120
628.    Gützold H0 Gauge 36200 BR 229 DB red with white stripe 229 188-8, in original box, E, box VG £80-120
629.    Gützold H0 Gauge 33100 BR219 DB red and cream 219 110-4 Diesel Locomotive, in original box, E, box VG £80-120
630.    Gützold H0 Gauge 39100 BR 155 DB maroon 155 064-9 Electric Locomotive, in original box, E, box VG £80-120
631.    Gützold H0 Gauge 39200 BR 155 DB red 155 034-2 Electric Locomotive, in original box, E, box VG £80-120
632.    Roco HO Gauge FS Italian Railways maroon and grey Coaches, 44714, 44715 and 44738 (4), all in original boxes, E, boxes VG (6) £60-80
633.    Roco and Liliput HO Gauge SBB CFF Coaching stock, Roco 45073.1 blue 44885 red and cream Restaurant Car with pantograph, Schlawagen, 44875 brown Speisewagen, 44873 (2) and 44874 green coaches, Liliput 878 50 and L388604 SBB 'Le Buffet Suisse', all in original boxes, E, boxes VG (8) £80-100
634.    Roco and Liliput HO Gauge Goods Rolling stock, Roco Container trucks (5), FS Hopper wagon, DB Van and grey Gondola (weathered), Liliput 223 50 grey bogie Hopper wagons (4), Ermefer Tank wagon, 223 50 Twin wagon set, 4-wheel van and pair of Gondolas in pink and weathered grey, most in original boxes, VG-E, boxes G-VG (17 boxes) £70-90
635.    Klein Modellbahn HO Gauge Goods Rolling Stock, various Container wagons and separate wagons and containers (6), long wheel base Vans (2, various 4-wheel trucks (7) and 670 and 671 Colour Light Signal set, all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes G-VG (16) £60-80
636.    Sachsenmodedelle HO Gauge 14017 3-Coach pack, comprising BLS green 1st and two 2nd Class coaches, in original box, E, box VG £30-50
637.    Hornby AcHO HO Gauge 638 Bo Bo 1600 Electric Locomotive, SNCF green BB 16009 with instructions, in original box, VG, box F £25-40
638.    Jouef HO Gauge SNCF Train Packs and Coaches, 825700 Capitol Set comprising silver and red CC6505 Electric Locomotive and four matching coaches, in original box, 5482 red and silver Grill Express Coach and 8641 Restaurant Car, 5292 and 5293 green and grey Voiture Cars and 5494 and 8611 orange and grey 2-Car DMU, in individual boxes, VG-E, boxes F-G (7) £60-80
639.    Pair of Jouef HO Gauge CFL Luxembourg Railways Electric Locomotives, 8845 maroon and yellow BB3609, both in original boxes, E, boxes VG (2) £60-80
640.    Pair of Jouef HO Gauge SNCF Class 231 Steam Locomotives and Tenders, 825555 23K 82 SNCF green 4-6-2 Pacific, in presentation box and 8355 same model, in standard original box, E, boxes G-VG (2) £60-80
641.    Jouef HO Gauge SNCF and ETAT Steam and Diesel Shunters, 8295 ETAT black 0-6-0 30-135 Steam Tank engine, 8531 SNCF blue BB 66150, 8503 SNCF green 0-6-0 C 61004 and 8529 SNCF green 0-6-0 8025 Diesel Shunters, all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes F-G (4) £60-80
642.    Jouef HO Gauge SNCF and SBB Locomotives and Rolling Stock, SBB FFS Re 4/4 green 11166 Electric Locomotive, 6881 CFF Habix bogie goods Van, SNCF, 8605 Autorail Panoramic Railcar, 8432 silver and red 40101 CC Electric Locomotive, 5363 Co rail mixed Van and 6965 Kangourou wagon with Bailly load, all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes F-G (6) £80-120
643.    Jouef HO Gauge ETAT Imperial State Double Deck Coaches and Short 4-wheel coach, 5049 (2) and 4500 Double Deck coaches, in original card (2) and plastic (1) boxes, 4501 ETAT brown 4-wheel coach, in original plastic box £40-60
644.    Lima Rivarossi and Kleinbahn HO Gauge SNCF OBB and DB Steam Locomotives and Tenders, Lima DB black 4-6-2 Pacific 18505, in wrong Lima box, Kleinbahn OBB black 2-10-0 52.1719 and Rivarossi SNCF green 4-6-2 Pacific 231.E.22 Locomotives and Tenders, all in incorrect boxes, G-VG, boxes F (3) £60-80
645.    Märklin HO Gauge Locomotive, SEH 800 (30133), E Locomotive series 1100 of the NS No 1101 in blue livery, some minor wear otherwise good with remnants of original box, G, Box P £80-100
646.    Märklin HO Gauge Locomotives and Coaches, a duo of boxed Locomotives, comprising No 3082, in black livery with Tender BR 41334 of the DB and No 3048 also in black livery BR 01097 of the DB with smoke generator together with four boxed coaches 4029 sleeping car in blue livery and 4037 express coach, 4033 express coach, 4026 luggage van all in DB green, G, boxes F-G, (6) £80-120
647.    Märklin Digital HO Gauge Locomotives, a boxed duo comprising 3720, Diesel Loco BR V32 Prototype DRG MHI version in black livery, with certificate 1995, together with 3687, Tank Locomotive, BR 98 'Glaskasten' of the DB, in black livery, G-E, boxes G, (2) £80-120
648.    Märklin Digital HO Gauge Locomotive, a boxed 3791, stream line Locomotive and Tender BR 03.10 of the DR in blue livery, G-E, Box G £60-80
649.    Märklin Digital HO Gauge Locomotive, a boxed 3611, Steam Locomotive and Tender, Klasse C of the Wurttembergische Eisenbahnen, in black and blue livery, G-E, Box G £60-80
650.    Märklin Digital HO Gauge Locomotive, a boxed 3615 Steam Locomotive and Tender BR 50 of the DB, in black livery, G-E, Box G £60-80
651.    Märklin HO Gauge Locomotive, a boxed duo of Diesel Locomotives, comprising, 3581, Locomotive BR 221, of the DB, together with 3074, Locomotive BR 216, of the DB, both in blue and cream livery, G-E, boxes G, (2) £80-100
652.    Märklin HO Gauge Locomotives, a boxed duo of Electric Locomotives, comprising 3353, BR 120.1 of the DB, in red livery and 3325 Serie BB 7200, French National Railways, in grey livery, G-E, boxes G, (2) £80-120
653.    Märklin HO Gauge Locomotive, a boxed duo of Steam Locomotives, comprising, 3084, Locomotive and Tender, BR 050 of the DB, in black livery and 3087, Tank Locomotive, of the KLVM, in green livery, G-E, boxes G (2) £80-100
654.    Märklin HO Gauge Locomotive, a boxed duo of Steam Locomotives comprising 3502, Locomotive and Tender, Borsig of the DB, in black livery and 3095, Tank Locomotive BR 74, of the DB, in black livery, G-E, boxes G, (2) £80-100
655.    Märklin HO Gauge Locomotives, a boxed duo of Electric Locomotives, comprising 3330, Serie 4/4 Ferrovia Rail Bahn, in red livery and 3332, Serie Ae 6/6 of the SBB, also in red livery, G-E, boxes G, (2) £80-100
656.    Märklin HO Gauge Locomotive, a boxed 3352, Electric 'Crocodile' Locomotive, Serie Ce 6/8 of SBB-CFF, in brown livery, G-E, Box G £80-120
657.    Märklin HO Gauge Locomotives, a boxed duo of Electric Locomotives, comprising 3358, BR 103, ESU lokpilot V4, of the DB in red livery, together with 3338, Serie Ae 6/6, SBB-CFF commemorating the 700th anniversary of Switzerland, G-E, boxes G, (2) £80-120
658.    Märklin HO Gauge Locomotive and Rail Bus, a boxed group, comprising 3074, Diesel Locomotive, BR 216 of the DB, in blue and cream livery together with 3016, a Rail Car, BR 795, of the DB and four, 4018 rail bus trailers, also of the DB all in red livery, G-E, boxes G, (6) £60-80
659.    Märklin HO Gauge Freight Train Sets, a boxed duo of 2890, German Federal Postal Service freight train sets, each comprising a class 260 Diesel Locomotive, four freight cars and parcel post truck, G-E, boxes G, (2) £60-80
660.    Märklin Digital HO Gauge Imperial Court Train of Wilhelm II, 2681, comprising 9266 Express Locomotive and Tender, Royal Prussian Railroad Administration class S10, 9264 Salon Car for the Empress and Attendant's car for Gentlemen, 9265 Salon Car for the Emperor and Imperial Court Baggage Car and 9267, Attendant's car for Ladies and Imperial Court dining car, all boxed, G-E, boxes G, (4) £250-350
661.    Märklin Digital HO Gauge Royal Train of King Ludwig II, 2680, comprising Teil 1 Locomotive B VI Tristan with wooden display box, 89261 coach for travel commissioner, 89262 Royal Salon Car and 89263 Royal Viewing coach, together with 4396 (extension pack) catering/heating/service coaches and 4396 metal display base, all boxed, G-E, boxes G, (6) £300-500
662.    Märklin HO Gauge Rheingold Coach Sets, a boxed duo of 4228 coach sets, each containing five long distance express cars of the former German State Railroad Co (DRG) with illuminated table lamps, in purple, cream and gold livery, G-E, boxes G, (2) £100-150
663.    Märklin HO Gauge German Federal Railroad Express Train Set, a boxed 2864 set, comprising Pre Production V160 'Lollo' Diesel Locomotive circa 1964, together with four type UIC-X express cars, G-E, Box G £60-80
664.    Märklin HO Gauge Passenger Coaches, a boxed group including, 4215 (3), 4216 (4), and 4266 (4), all SBB-CFF-FFS, together with 4253 (3) SNCF and 4138 (2) and 4146, 4182 (3), 4168 (2) SBB-CFF, G-E, boxes G, (22) £100-150
665.    Märklin HO Gauge Passenger Coaches, a boxed group including, 4064 (2) and 4188 (2) both DSG, together with 4217 (2), 4066 (4), 4068, all SBB-CFF, 4130 (3) DB, and 4218 (3) 4219 (4) all BLS, G-E, boxes G, (21) £100-150
666.    Märklin HO Gauge Passenger and Baggage Coaches, a boxed group all of the DB, including passenger coaches, 4112 (3) 4111 (3) 4131 (2), 4132 (2), 4133, 4051 (2), 4052 (3), 4053, 4100 (3) and 4101 (2) together with baggage cars 4102/4103, G-E, boxes F-G, (23) £100-150
667.    Märklin HO Gauge Passenger Coaches, a boxed group comprising 4261, two coach sets, of the former German State Railroad Co, design of Bavaria circa 1926, (2) together with coaches of the KPEV comprising 4206 (3) and five Doppel-Abeilwagens 4207 (2), 4208 (2), and 4209, G-E, boxes G, (10) £100-150
668.    Märklin HO Gauge Freight Stock, a boxed collection all in blue window boxes including various examples of freight stock, wagons, trucks, car transporters, Tank wagons, side tipping wagons and others some branded including Harrods, Colgate, Märklin, amongst others the majority unbranded, G-E, boxes F-G, (50+) £120-160
669.    Märklin HO Gauge Freight Stock, a mostly boxed collection all in blue boxes including various examples of freight stock, wagons, trucks, car transporters, Tank wagons, side tipping wagons and others some branded including Shell, Esso and BP the majority unbranded, together with seven branded unboxed trucks, G-E, boxes F-G, (35+) £60-80
670.    Märklin HO Gauge passenger Coaches and Freight Stock, a boxed group including freight stock an 84866 flat truck loaded with a bell, and four decorated trucks 4735.002, 94007, 84495, 84480, together with five other freight trucks/cars 4212, 4736 (2), 4229, 4796 and passenger coaches, 4210 (2), 4211, 4213, 4214, 84235 (all in white window boxes, and a cased Fleischmann 5568 track cleaning wagon), G-E, boxes F- G, (18) £80-120
671.    Märklin HO Gauge Freight Car Sets, a group of six sets comprising, 4490s Italia world cup 1990, 84401 Bierwagenzug, 4488 50th Anniversary SNCF, 4489 Chocolats Suisses and 4786 Freight of the 1930s (2) G-E, boxes G (6) £60-80
672.    Märklin Digital HO Crane, a boxed 7651 Rotary Crane with magnet, G-E, Box G £50-80
673.    Märklin HO Gauge Transfer Table and Turn Table, a boxed duo including 7186 Turntable with a bag of Electrical components, and 7294 Transfer Table, with additional boxed 7211 control panel and 7295 Catenary Kit, G-E, boxes G, (2) £100-150
674.    Märklin HO Gauge Kit Locomotive Sheds Elevated Track and Faller Kits, Six Märklin plastic kit Locomotive Sheds including 7288 (2) and 7289 (4), (all appear complete but unchecked), together with a quantity of used and unboxed plastic elevated track with piers and a girder bridge and three Faller kit buildings B354 Parsonage, B101 Burgdorf Station and B126 Darmstadt Signal Tower all with outer plastic two opened appear complete but unchecked, F-E, boxes F-G, (Qty) in two boxes £80-120
675.    Märklin HO Plastic Elevated Track and Bridges, A boxed collection comprising 7263 Arch Bridge (2), 7262 Truss Bridge (5),7269 curved ramp sections (16), 7268 Straight Ramp Sections (33), 7267 Curved Ramp Sections (16), 7253 Piers (26), 7252 Piers (9) and 7251 Pier Base Plates (18), G-E, boxes G, (100+) £100-150
676.    Märklin HO Gauge Lighting and Catenary, an unboxed and used collection including, a quantity of contact line together with overhead masts (40+), and a collection track side lighting including 3601 plug in standard lights (25+), 7048 arc lamps (11), 7046 Arc Lamps (6), 7283 tower post lamps (6), 7281 station platform lamps (25+) and others, F-G, (Qty) £80-120
677.    Märklin HO Gauge Catenary, a boxed or packaged collection including, 7010 masts (26), 7012 masts (8) 7201 (7), 7021 masts (4) and 7511 masts (17), together with factory sealed packets of contact wire in various lengths (35+) and four packs of cross span, G-E, boxes G, (Qty) £80-120
678.    Märklin HO Gauge Electrical Model Railway Accessories, a boxed collection comprising 5113 plug in standard lights (45), 7209 distributor panels (25), 7072 control panels (8), 7211 switch panels (7), 7210 switch panels (5), and boxes of leads, 7105 red (30), 7100 grey (24), 7102 brown (16), 7101 blue (24) and 7103 gold (33), G-E, boxes G, (Qty) £100-150
679.    Märklin HO Gauge Lighting Sets and Number Plate Sets, a boxed collection comprising 7320 interior lighting sets (10), 7330 lighting kits (18), 7329 interior lighting sets (6) and 7195 number plate sets (13) G-E, boxes F-G, (Qty) £50-80
680.    Märklin HO Gauge Boxed Stud Contact Track, a large collection all in original blue boxes including, 5140 Curved Turnout Points, (4 in 2 boxes), 7190 (9), 7191 (3), 5109 (70 in 7 boxes), 5205 (60 in 6 boxes), 5102 (70 in 7 boxes), 5108 (70 in 7 boxes), 5110 (80 in 8 boxes), 5208 (80 in 8 boxes), 5210 (90 in 9 boxes), 5112 (37), 5146 (13), 5145 (10), 5147 (12), 5100 (140 in 14 boxes), 5120 (70 in 7 boxes), 5200 (150 in 15 boxes), 5106 (70 in 7 boxes), 5206 (40 in 4 boxes), 5131 (23), 5111 (8), 5211 (6), 5101 (70 in 7 boxes), 5107 (90 in 9 boxes), 5129 (60 in 6 boxes), 5213 (14), 5201 (70 in 7 boxes), 5115 (10), 5116 (10), 5103 (13), 5215 (3), 5214, 5114 (5), 5128 double slip switch (7), 5137 turnout points (10 in 5 boxes), 5202 turnout points (10 in 5 boxes), and 5207 double slip switch (7) G-E, boxes G (1400+ individual pieces) in three boxes £400-600
681.    Märklin HO Gauge Boxed Stud Contact Track and Transformers, a large collection of mostly unboxed track, including straight sections (550+), curved sections (70+), double slip points (3), 3- way points (5), turnout and curved left and right hand points (70+), uncoupling rails (25+) and buffers (20+) together with boxed track including 5117 (points), 5106 (20 in 2 boxes), 5103, 5121 hand lever points and 5100 curved sections (20 in 2 boxes), all in green boxes, and seven 6629 240v transformers together with a duo of boxed 6611 220v transformers (untested), F-G, boxes P, (750+ individual pieces) in four boxes £150-200
682.    Märklin Digital HO Adaptors and Decoders, a boxed collection comprising, 6039 Adaptor 60 (4) and 6038 Adaptor 180 (1), together with 6083 Decoder K83 (10) and 6084 Decoder K84 (6), untested, G-E, boxes G, (21) £100-150
683.    Märklin Digital HO Adaptors and Decoders, a boxed collection comprising, 6039 Adaptor 60 (4) and 6038 Adaptor 180 (1), together with 6083 Decoder K83 (10) and 6084 Decoder K84 (6), untested, G-E, boxes G, (21) £100-150
684.    Märklin Digital HO Accessories, an unboxed collection all used, including 6003 240v transformers (26), 6015 Boosters (24) Keyboard units 6040 (8), Memory unit 6043, Control 80 units 6035 (8), Control 80F units 6036 (2) Central Unit 6020, and Interface unit 6050, together with various cables and a box of manuals and instruction booklets, all untested, F-G, (Qty) in four boxes £200-300
685.    Model Train Enthusiasts Accessories Tools Equipment and Cases, a duo of black vinyl portable cases each fitted with forty plastic drawers, filled with various components, tools and accessories many of which are Märklin examples, F-G, (2) £50-80
686.    Rivarossi HO Gauge Venice Simplon Orient Express Coaches, a boxed collection of coaches comprising 2502, 3540A sleeping cars in C.I.W.L. blue livery (8), together with 2480, 3674 buffet cars in V.S.O.E. blue livery (3), all in blue V.S.O.E. boxes, and 2592, 4029 Pullman 1st class coach in C.I.W.L. blue livery, in red Rivarossi box, G-E, boxes G, (12) £100-150
687.    Märklin HO Gauge Locomotive, a boxed 33591, Electric Swiss double Locomotive, Ae 8/14 in SBB-CFF green livery, commemorating 150 years of Swiss railroading, inner plastic tray broken, G-E, Box P-G, £80-120
688.    Märklin Digital HO Gauge Swedish Historic Express Train 1938, a boxed set 2670, comprising Swedish Electric Locomotive D101 and three Balcony Coaches of the S J, G-E, Box G £350-400
689.    Märklin HO Gauge Locomotives and Coaches, a boxed group comprising 3034, Electric Locomotive E 41 of the DB in blue livery (converted to DC), together with 2930 starter set comprising Tank Locomotive, wagons, track and transformer, and two boxed coaches 4043/4029, F-G, boxes P-F, (4) £80-120
690.    Roco and Märklin H0 Gauge Articulated Tram and Trucks, a boxed group comprising Roco 43193, Tram (Duwag), in white KVB livery, together with Märklin 84564 three truck set '500 Years of America' and 84683 truck in Christmas livery, G-E, boxes P-G, (3) £60-80
691.    Märklin Engine Shed and Turntable, a boxed duo comprising, 7028 Roundhouse Locomotive Shed with interior lighting, together with 7186 Turntable and a an unassociated 220v German 6880M transformer, F-G, boxes F-G, (3) £140-180
692.    Märklin HO Gauge Crane, an unboxed operating crane with control box, (minus cabin roof), F £30-50
693.    Märklin HO Gauge Locomotives and Freight Stock, a boxed collection including, 3083, Steam Locomotive with Tender serie 231 ETAT in green livery and 3089, Stream Line Locomotive and Tender, BR 03.10 DRG red livery (in 3094 box), together with eight trucks, 45646 (5), 45641, 45702 and eleven 846804 refrigerator trucks and two 4683 Tank wagons, G-E, boxes F-G, (22) £140-180
694.    Bachmann China HO Gauge Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed duo of Steam Locomotives comprising, CS00301 Class JS 2-8-2 (B Type), in black livery Ping Ding Shan Coal Co, and CS00203, SY Locomotive in black livery, in original boxes, G-E, boxes G-E, (2) £100-150
695.    Bachmann China HO Gauge Locomotive and Tender, a boxed example CT00302, Qian Jin 2-10-2 Steam Locomotive, in black livery, in original box, G-E, Box G-E £80-120
696.    Bachmann China HO Gauge Locomotive and Tender, a boxed example CT00306, Qian Jin 2-10-2 Steam Locomotive, in black livery, in original box, G-E, Box G-E £80-120
697.    Bachmann China HO Gauge Locomotives, a boxed duo of Electric Locomotives comprising, CE00308, SS9G Shaoshan Type Co-Co in blue and silver livery and CE0010 Shaoshan Type 8 in blue livery, both in original boxes, G-E, boxes G-E, (2) £100-150
698.    Bachmann China HO Gauge Locomotives, a boxed duo of Diesel Locomotives, comprising, CD00305, DF 4D Chairman Mao in blue and cream livery and special edition, DF11, A.Q.H.S. Dongfeng 11 in red and cream livery, both in original boxes, G-E, boxes F-G, (2) £80-120
699.    Bachmann China HO Gauge Locomotives, a trio of Diesel Locomotives, comprising, CD00201, H.DF. 4B in orange livery and CD00204, H.DF 4B in green livery, together with CD00303, H. DF. 4D in red and cream livery, all in original boxes, G-E, boxes G-E, (3) £150-200
700.    Gützold HO Gauge Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed duo of Steam Locomotives comprising 45200, BR 52 2-2-T 30 of the DRG in grey livery and 29102 BR 56 AEG of the DRG in black livery, both in original boxes G, boxes F-G, (2) £100-150
701.    Gützold HO Gauge Locomotives and Tenders, a boxed duo of Steam Locomotives comprising 32 400, BR 52 52241 of the DRG in grey livery and 130100, BR 71 Tank Locomotive of the KSST in green livery, both in original boxes G, boxes F-G, (2) £100-150
702.    HAG HO Gauge Articulated Electric Locomotive, a boxed Nr 241, articulated Ae 8/8 of the BLS in brown livery, G, Box F £120-160
703.    HAG HO Gauge Electric Locomotive, a boxed trio comprising Nr 191, Motor Carriage B De 4/4 Bodensee Toggenburg in cream and green livery, Nr 181, Re 4/4 of the BLS in brown livery (no card sleeve for box) and Nr 132, SBB T11 Swiss Shunter in red livery, G, boxes F, (3) £140-180
704.    Klein Modellbahn HO Gauge Locomotives, a boxed duo of Electric Locomotives comprising, 0491, E88 012 Ep.11, in DRG green livery together with 0481, E88 107 Ep II, also in DRG green livery, both in original boxes, G, boxes G, (2) £80-100
705.    Klein Modellbahn HO Gauge Locomotives, a boxed duo comprising, 3071, Electric Locomotive of the OBB in green livery and 0604, Diesel Locomotive 210 080 Epoche III of the SNCB in green livery, both in original boxes, G, boxes F-G, (2) £80-100
706.    Klein Modellbahn HO Gauge Locomotives, a boxed trio comprising, 0592, Diesel Tank Locomotive 2060.08 of the OBB in green livery, 3222, Snow Blower, system Leslie, Epoche II of the BBO in green livery and 0143, Steam Locomotive 7724 Gieselrauchfang Ep IV of the OBB in black livery, all in original boxes G, boxes G, (3) £80-120
707.    Fleischmann HO Gauge Train Set, a 6369-U, Regional Express trainset, comprising BR 218 Diesel Locomotive, and two passenger coaches, together with a cased 5623, Double Deck control car Gorlitz, all of the DB in red livery, no track or controller, in associated box 5623 in original case, G-E, boxes G £100-150
708.    Märklin/Hamo HO Gauge Locomotives and Tenders, a group of three boxed Steam Locomotives comprising, 8392, class S3/6 3673 with trailing Tender of the K.Bay. STS.B. in green livery, 8310, German Railways BR 012 with oil Tender in black livery of the DB and 8385, Class BR 03 of the DB (repainted in grey livery) all in original boxes, G, boxes F, (3) £100-150
709.    Märklin HO Gauge Pop Train and Hamo Locomotive, a boxed duo comprising, 2872, Pop Train including Class EO4 Electric Locomotive, Show Stage Car and Promotion Car, together with Hamo 8386, Motorpost Serie MP 3000 Electric Locomotive, both in original boxes G, boxes G, (2) £100-150
710.    Märklin HO Gauge Locomotive Tender and coach set, a boxed duo comprising, 33181, Steam Locomotive S3/6 of the K.Bay.Sts.B in green livery, together with 4035, four piece Prussian Passenger Train car set, both in original boxes G, boxes G, (2) £80-100
711.    Märklin HO Gauge Locomotive and Tender, a boxed 3393, Steam Locomotive BR 52 with pulled bucket Tender of the DB in grey livery, in original box, G, Box G £80-100
712.    Märklin HO Gauge Locomotive and Tender, a boxed 3097, Steam Locomotive BR 03 with towed Tender of the DB in blue livery, in original box, G, Box G £60-80
713.    Märklin HO Gauge Railcar Pack, a boxed 3471, Trans Europ Express four-piece train pack in red and cream livery of the SBB-CFF, Ram/TEE 1, in original box, G-E, Box F £100-150
714.    Märklin/Hamo HO Gauge Locomotive, a boxed Electric Locomotive 38614, Serie 460, 100 Jahre TCS, Naturlich Mobil, of the SBB-CFF, in original box, G-E, Box G £60-80
715.    Brawa Exclusive Edition and Gützold HO Gauge Locomotives, a boxed duo of Diesel Locomotives comprising Brawa 405, BR 219 021-3, of the DB in red livery, together with Gützold 42100, BR V180 German Reich Railways, heavy hydraulic Locomotive with double panorama cab, in red and cream livery, both in original boxes, G, boxes G, (2) £100-120
716.    Heljan HO Gauge Locomotive and Tender, a boxed 4380 Steam Locomotive, Litra P-917 Jaevnstrom, in black livery, with original box, G, Box G £50-80
717.    Märklin HO Gauge Traction Engine and Train Coaches, a boxed group comprising, 1883, Traction engine and Leonhard Weiss builders trailer and 4261, twin coach set of the German State Railway Company, Bavarian Region circa 1926, together with two boxed passenger coaches 4135, all in original boxes G, boxes F-G, (4) £50-80
718.    Life-Like Trains Proto Series 2000 H0 Gauge Diesel Locomotives, 30520 GP19 MP 4815, 30192 Bl2 C&O 1846, 21112 E7 L&N 758 A-Unit w/Mars Light, all in original boxes, E, boxes VG (3) £80-120
719.    Life-Like Trains Proto Series 2000 H0 Gauge Diesel Locomotives, 21132 SW9/1200 FEC 226, 21001 E8/9 CB&Q 9939A and 23553 GP7 ACL 103, all in original boxes, E, boxes VG (3) £80-120
720.    Life-Like Trains Proto Series 2000 H0 Gauge Diesel Locomotives, 23056 GP7 R1 1266 Phase 11 second release, 23723 S1 GM&O 661 and 30142 SD7 CB&Q 316, all in original boxes, E, boxes VG (3) £80-120
721.    Life-Like Trains Proto Series 2000 H0 Gauge Diesel Locomotives, 23249 GP7 L&N 514 with Steam generator, 8368 FA2 Missouri Pacific 352 and 21113 E7 L&N 761, all in original boxes, E, boxes VG (3) £80-120
722.    Bachmann Spectrum HO Gauge Locomotives and Railcar, 86020 GE DASH 8-40CW Santé Fe war bonnet 806, 80030 GE 44 Ton Switcher Southern Pacific 1903 and 81409 EMC Gas Electric (Doodlebug) Railcar Boston & Maine 1180, VG-E, boxes VG (3) £80-120
723.    Bachmann Spectrum HO Gauge Shay and Climax Steam Locomotive, 81906 80-Ton Three Truck Shay Cass Scenic RR (Steel Cab) No 5, in original box, E, box G-VG £100-140
724.    Bachmann Spectrum HO Gauge Shay Steam Locomotive, 81905 80-Ton Three truck Shay Weyerhaeuser Timber (Steel Cab) No 5, in original box, E, box G-VG £100-140
725.    Bachmann Spectrum HO Gauge Climax Steam Locomotive, 82804 Class B two truck Climax Locomotive unlettered-red windows and white stripes, in original box, E, box G-VG £80-120
726.    Bachmann Spectrum HO Gauge Climax Steam Locomotive, 82904 70-Ton three truck Climax Locomotive Cass Scenic RR No 9, in original box, E, box VG £80-120
727.    Rivarossi and Roundhouse HO Gauge Articulated and Shay Steam Locomotives, Rivarossi 1529 three truck Helsler Leigh Navigation Coal Co No 112, together with Roundhouse 2-Truck Shay Denver & Rio Grande Western No 7, both in original box, VG-E, box G (2) £50-70
728.    American Outline HO Gauge Diesel Locomotives by various makers, Atlas B220 GP-7 Rock Island 1202 and 7003 SD24 Burlington CB+G 502, E-R Models 040-4009.1 FP7 Southern Pacific 6461, Walthers Trainline 931-329 EMD F40PH Amtrak Phase 5 415, Athern 2607 F59PHI Amtrak California 2006 and 79834 AC4400 CP Rail 9551, all in original boxes, V-E, boxes G-VG (6) £100-140
729.    Bachmann HO Gauge 51203 2-10-4 Steam Locomotive and Tender, Santé Fe black No 5016, in original box, E box VG £60-80
730.    Genesis HO Gauge Union Pacific 4-8-8-4 'Big Boy' Steam Locomotive and Tender, G9154 No 4019, in original box, E, box VG £150-250
731.    Genesis HO Gauge Union Pacific 4-8-8-4 'Big Boy' Steam Locomotive and Tender, G9156 No 4009, in original box, E, box VG £150-250
732.    Genesis HO Gauge Union Pacific 4-8-8-4 'Big Boy' Steam Locomotive and Tender, G9153 No 4006, in original box, E, box VG £150-250
733.    Rivarossi H0 Gauge Pennsylvania Coaches, 2741 (2) 2723, 2724, 2732, 2736, in original card boxes and 2734, 2735 and 2736, in original plastic boxes, VG-E, boxes G-VG and unboxed Post Office car F, (10) £50-70
734.    Rivarossi H0 Gauge various American Railroad Coaches, 2745 and 2732 Santé Fe, 2707, 2709 (2) and 2712 New York Central, 2765 and 2881 Crescent Ltd and 2764 Northern Pacific Dome Car , all in original boxes, VG-E, boxes F-VG (9) £40-60
735.    Fleischmann HO Gauge Santé Fe Double Deck coaches, 526 and 724, both with lights and Rivarossi Union Pacific 4800 and Overland Pullman (poor) coaches others F-G (4) £30-50
736.    Truescale Models H0 Gauge 3002 Work Train, consisting of Crane Truck and seven support trucks in M&W grey, in original box, E, box G-VG, crane insert replaced £60-80
737.    Uncommon 1925 Commemorative circular tin celebrating 100 years of the Stockton and Darlington Railway, decorative lid with view of Locomotion pulling a train over a river with sightseers in the foreground, F, some wear and a few scratches £40-60
738.    British Railways Eastern Region maroon enamel 'Private' Station sign, with four fixing holes, VG, two small areas of touching up around one hole and along bottom edge, letters excellent £80-120
739.    Heavy Motor Car Amendment Order 1907 Notice, an original cast iron wall mounted diamond shaped notice detailing the Heavy Motor Car Amendment Order 1907, issued by the London and Brighton South Coast Railway Company London Bridge Terminus S.E. 49" high 31" wide F-G £150-250
740.    Vintage Wooden Platform Signs, a trio of signs comprising a painted double sided hanging sign over varnished and inscribed 'Euston' on a black ground, (36" wide x 5" high), a later similar plywood sign inscribed 'Waterloo Only' with aluminium bound corners, (48" wide x 6" high) and another similar plywood sign 'Front: Polegate, Eastbourne' 'Rear: Pevensey, Cooden Beach...' also with aluminium edging (one end missing but text complete), both signs double sided on a black ground, 41" wide x 6" high, F, (3) £60-80
741.    193Os and Later Enamelled Signs, a 1932 Rights of Way Act notice issued by The British Transport Commission, with white text on a blue ground wall mounted with areas of repainting including to some lettering (10" wide x 8" high) together with a BR Southern 'Private' sign also wall mounted with white text on a green ground misshapen with areas of repainting including to text, (18" wide x 6" high), P-F, (2) £60-80
742.    Please Show Tickets Signs, an enamelled duo comprising a BR Southern example wall mounted with white text on a green ground and some areas of repainting to edges, (together with a BR Western hanging sign, white text on a brown ground, with areas of repainting including to a minor piece of lettering, both 16" wide x 10" high, F, (2) £100-150
743.    Smoking Strictly Prohibited Sign, a Southern Railway enamelled sign with red text on a white ground, wall mounted (16" wide x 12" high), some minor wear to edges, G £60-80
744.    Parcels and Left Luggage Sign, a BR Southern enamelled hanging sign white text on a green ground, with hand written label on back 'Sole St' some minor areas of wear to edges, (24" wide x 18" high) G £80-100
745.    Train Service Sign, a Southern Railways enamelled wall mounted sign with white text on green ground, some areas of repainting to edges, 41" wide x 5" high, G, £80-100
746.    To The Trains and British Railway Signs, a duo of BR Southern enamelled signs, both white text on green ground and wall mounted, comprising 'To The Trains' with an arrow, one corner missing due to rust, (48" wide x 12" high) and 'British Railways' with some wear to edges, (53" wide x 6" high) P-G, (2) £120-160
747.    Dorking Town Station Target Sign, a Southern Railways enamelled station target sign for Dorking Town, misshapen at bottom, with areas of repainting, lettering good, 36" wide x 13" high, F-G £250-350
748.    West Croydon Station Totem Sign, a BR Southern enamelled station totem sign for West Croydon, with repainting to edges, lettering good, 36" wide x 10" high, G £250-350
749.    BR London Midland Region Station Sign, an enamelled sign wall mounted with white text on a maroon ground inscribed 'Trains to St Albans, Berkhamsted and Tring', some areas of repainting, wear to edges and minor touching up to lettering, 59" wide x 17" high, F £100-150
750.    Potters Bar Railway Station Bench Sign, a GNR cast metal sign originally mounted on a platform bench inscribed Potters Bar with white lettering on a black ground, (repainted), 36" wide x 4" high, G £50-80
751.    GWR Notices, two cast iron GWR notices one a diamond shaped example inscribed 'This Bridge is Insufficient to Carry a Heavy Motor Car' Great Western Railway Co Paddington Station London, (top and bottom corners both broken, but present red lettering detached one letter missing) 31" wide x 50" high, together with a smaller rectangular notice inscribed 'Warning Against the Practice of Propping Up the Doors of the Merchandise Trucks' Frank Potter GM, (one corner missing) 14" wide x 12" high, F, (2) £50-80
752.    Bedwyn Station Totem Sign a BR Western Region enamelled station totem sign for Bedwyn, cream lettering on brown, fully flanged, with some chips to enamel, 36" wide x 10" high, G £400-600
753.    The vendor worked for British Rail from 1973-1991. From early 1974 to late 1987, he worked in the Architect's Department and was responsible for completing the signing change from brown and cream to black and white on the Western Region. These few signs were rescued from rubbish skips.

Waiting and Ladies Rooms Sign, a BR Western Region enamelled sign, with white lettering on a brown ground, fully flanged door sign, some chips to edges, (18" wide x 6" high) G £100-150
754.    Waiting Room Sign, a BR Western Region Worcester station enamelled sign, with white lettering on a brown ground, fully flanged door sign, some chips to edges and lettering, (18" wide x 6" high) F-G £80-120
755.    Foreman Sign, a BR Western Region Worcester station enamelled sign, with white lettering on a brown ground, fully flanged door sign, some minor chips to edges, (18" wide x 3.5 " high) G £60-80
756.    Private Sign, a BR Western Region enamelled sign, with white lettering on a brown ground, fully flanged door sign, (18" wide x 3.5 " high) G £60-80
757.    Ladies Room Sign, a BR Western Region Worcester station enamelled sign, with white lettering on a brown ground, fully flanged door sign, (18" wide x 3.5 " high) G £60-80
758.    Ladies Room Sign, a BR Western Region Worcester Station enamelled sign, with white lettering on a brown ground, fully flanged door sign, some scratches to enamel, (18" wide x 3.5 " high) F- G £60-80
759.    Chatham Railway Sign, an SE&C enamelled station sign with blue lettering on a white ground, 'Chatham Railway' one half of a larger station sign that would have read 'South Eastern & Chatham Railway' by Partington…, with enamel loss to edges and corners, 83" wide x 9" high, F £80-120
760.    Silloth Station Totem Sign, a BR LMR Region Silloth Station enamelled totem sign, closed in 1964, with white lettering on a maroon ground, fully flanged, retouching to enamel within the 'o', some wear to edges, inscribed on reverse 'Purchased Clapham 1965', 36" wide x 10" high, G £400-600
761.    Gate Notice, an original cast iron notice, with white lettering on black inscribed 'Any Person Not Fastening This Gate…' 30" wide x 10" high, G £50-80
762.    GWR Emblem Panel, An original transferred panel possibly pre war, depicting the GWR Emblem, inscribed on reverse 'Purchased from Museum of British Transport, Clapham, Oct 1965', 19" wide x 16" high, G £50-80
763.    No Entry Sign, a BR Western Region enamelled sign with white lettering on a brown ground fully flanged, with areas of retouching, 36" wide x 12" high, F £50-80
764.    West St Leonards Station Target Sign, a Southern Railways enamelled station target sign for West St Leonards, with white lettering on a green ground, unflanged with areas of retouching mainly to edges, 36" wide x 13" high, F-G £250-350
765.    West St Leonards Station Totem Sign, a BR Southern Region enamelled station totem sign for West St Leonards, with white lettering on a green ground, fully flanged with some areas of retouching including to lettering, 36" wide x 10" high, F-G £250-350
766.    An Original Southern Railway 'Schools' Class Locomotive Nameplate 'Christ's Hospital', a cast brass plate from Locomotive no 913 (later BR 30913), built in 1933 and withdrawn in 1962, in good ex-locomotive condition, with red background to lettering and black outer edging to plate; purchased for £15 by an employee at the Eastleigh works at the time that the locomotive was scrapped and thence by descent; currently mounted for the auction view on a modern display stand attached through original fixing holes; the counterpart nameplate is believed to be in the possession of Christ's Hospital School £10000-12000
767.    An Original Great Western Railway 'Saint' Class Locomotive Nameplate 'Talisman', iron and brass, from locomotive no 2989, built in 1905 initially as a 4-4-2 for comparison with the French compound Atlantics, later converted to a standard 4-6-0 and running until September 1948; the counterpart nameplate is believed to be at the 'Steam' Museum, Swindon; the nameplate offered is in good condition with polished lettering and some repainting to painted areas, and comes with a packet containing copies of the National Archive records relating to this engine £4500-5500
768.    Railway Signal Arms and Others, a group of four enamelled signals including two signal arms one with arrow cut out, a disc signal and a marker with white and black diagonal lines, F, (4) £50-80
769.    An Edwardian Railway Carriage Lavatory Door, teak door with upper glazed panel inset with poster advertising South East and Chatham Railway above brass handle and gold script 'Lavatory', P-F, bottom edge of door rotten and incomplete £60-80
770.    Two Victorian Cast Iron Rail Chairs, an L.B. & S.C. R. example dated 1896 on a wooden plinth, together with an S.E.R. example by H.W.& Co 1875, G, (2) £50-80
771.    1970s London Carriage Maps, an unframed group comprising, Docklands Light Railway (1st version) adhesive, and BR Great Northern Electric 1976 (Moorgate-Welwyn Garden City/Hertford North), together with London Transport, Piccadilly 1973, Metropolitan, Jubilee 1978, Circle and District 1971, Northern (including Strand Closure 1973-76), Central 1974 and Bakerloo 1974, F-G, (9) £50-80
772.    Fulgurex Tie Clips Railway Lamp and Others, a collection of seven 1980s/1990s Fulgurex tie clips, some with enamelled detail, together with a reproduction brass emblem for 'Internationale Des Wagons Lits' (CIWL), a reproduction railway signalling lamp and a boxed Coalport collector's plate depicting 'The Bristolian' 1992, G-E, (Qty) £60-80
773.    Railway Signal Lamps, a group of four black painted lamps, including three cylindrical examples, two marked BR (one with damaged red lens), the other marked L&SWR Sidmouth, (minus blue lens), with an earlier signal lamp of tapering form, all with burners, F-G, (4) £60-80
774.    Railway Signal Lamps, a group of four lanterns of square form, including three white painted examples, comprising a BR (W) repainted, LT repainted one side lens cracked, and BR (M) M repainted together with a black painted SER example, all with burners, F-G, (4) £60-80
775.    Prewar and Later Railway Ephemera and a Wagon Plate, a collection of railway company instruction manuals and enthusiasts publications including 1930s/1940s Southern, LM&SR and GWR signalling manuals, 1940s ABC guides including Southern, GWR, LMS and others, together with a volume of British Railways Can Take It 1945, a 1958 Evans' North Wales pocket railway guide, 1952 Warren's Winchester ABC rail and bus timetable amongst others and a 1950 cast iron wagon plate Swindon DB 991117, P-G, (Qty) £50-80
776.    1950s and Later Train Timetables, mostly Southern Region but including others, passenger, working and freight, 1955-1990s, together with six reproduction examples, P-G (60+) in two boxes £100-150
777.    Edwardian Train Station Booking Office Dial Clock, an 8" in diameter, 30hr dial clock, in painted mahogany case with brass bezel and chain driven fusee movement, with later dial painted with Roman numerals and 24hr clock in red inscribed B.R. E. with the serial number 10956, m with pendulum, minus keys, G, (2) £400-600
778.    A Bassett-Lowke and H G Franklin Scrap Album, a postcard album containing, photographs, postcards and cuttings, relating to railways and model trains, inscribed in pencil 'Young Lowkodons and Young Frankidons' 1904-1932, cards sent by Whynne Bassett-Lowke and Harry G Franklin, photographs by both, including images of Radwell Manor 10¼in Gauge railway, built for and by Whynne Bassett Lowke and Harry Franklin, circa 1920s, F £100-150
779.    LNER Commemorative Train publications and Bassett-Lowke Catalogue, a pre-war group comprising, pamphlets advertising Britains first streamlined trains, 1935 LNER Silver Jubilee, 1937 The Coronation and West Riding, together with a LNER 1937 booklet celebrating the visit of a Norwegian delegation, a 1927 programme of special trains for the solar eclipse, and a 1930s binder of Bassett-Lowke catalogue/catalogues for model trains, live Steam and model boats and yachts, P-G, (6) £50-100
780.    LNER and Other Track diagrams, a collection of scrolled printed and hand-drawn track diagrams and plans including Kings Cross, New England, St Albans, Fleetville, Stamford and Wansford, Stevenage, Hatfield, Yaxley, Hitchen, Barkston, Ayott and many others, F-G, (Qty)

There are no diagrams of Liverpool St Station £50-80
781.    Victorian and Later Regulation Books and Railway Office Paper Weights, a trio of books comprising GNR 1897 Rules and Regulations, Metropolitan Railways 1904 Rules and Regulations signed by Driver F Fitzjohn and GWR Rates of Pay of Railway Staff, together with two iron desk paper weights one impressed GER with grip the other GNR with red paint residue, P-G, (5) £50-80
782.    British Rail Badges Buttons and Others, Enamelled BR cap badges including 'Foreman' 'Porter' and 'British Railways', brass and other BR buttons, and a reproduction brass Flying Scotsman miniature name plate together with vintage carriage keys, lapel badges, a key with brass label tower clock dial key, tickets and a number of paper labels BR Boat Passengers for Tyne Commission Quay (change at Newcastle), F-G, (Qty) £80-120
783.    LNER Brass Satchel Name Plates and Arm Bands, two brown canvas arm bands printed LNER together with five oval brass labels with leather backing all inscribed LNER and 'Bealings' , 'Whittlesford to Cambridge', 'Div Accountant Bookkeeper Marylebone', 'Down Parcels Office Kings Cross' and 'Wages KGS X Enquiry Office' F-G, (7)

Announce Div Accountant Bookkeeper Marylebone brass label is no longer with this lot £50-80
784.    Signal Box Indicators and Others, four circular indicators one in a brass case 'Track/Clear' (dial worn) and three in black plastic cases, two by R.E. Thompson & Co, Hampton, together with a wooden case of lead number/letter punches the hinged marked BR and a reproduction brass miniature name plate 'Flying Scotsman', F-G, (6) £50-80
785.    LNER and GNRS Wagon/Bridge Plates, three cast iron examples white lettering on black, comprising two LNER Darlington 1946 wagon plates 270736/289578 and an oval GNRS bridge plate inscribed 1, G, (3) £50-80
786.    British Rail Peaked Caps, a group of seven vintage caps, six with British Rail emblem, five in brass, some with gold braid, together with a red felt armband 'Pilotman' and various cap bands, F-G, (Qty) £60-80
787.    Books and Publications of Railway Interest, a collection of 1920s and later examples, including The Railway Magazine, Great Western Railway Magazine, GWR publications and various books relating to trains and railways, P-F, (Qty) in three boxes £60-80
788.    Chad Valley Jigsaws, a group of twelve GWR jigsaws in original boxes, four depicting trains, 'Speed', Royal Route To The West', 'The Cheltenham Flyer' and 'The Railway Station', none checked four completeness, P-F, (12) £100-120
789.    Victorian Station and Line Engineering Plans, a group of eight scrolled linen backed plans with various dates from the second half of the nineteenth century, printed with hand annotations, comprising Cadleigh & Bickleigh, Morebath Junction, Dulverton, Molland, Wivelscombe, Milverton, Swimbridge Station and Venn Cross, £150-200
790.    GWR Wagon Plate Notice and Railway Insurance Notice, a cast iron wagon plate inscribed G.W.Ry. Standard 13 Tons 148609, together with GWR 'Rules For Observance By Dredging Staff' printed by Morton Burt & Sons, and an oak framed Railway Passengers Assurance Company notice dated 1918, printed by Smith and Ebbs Ltd, F-G, (3) £50-80
791.    A Control Room Demonstrational Miniature Signal Box Lever Frame, A post-war wooden framed points lever frame with illuminated display and 8 levers numbered 37-44 to control various points, together with a collection of plastic control room interchangeable station names, F-G, (Qty) £50-80
792.    DN & S Track Plans, four scrolled printed track plans of DN&S railway, comprising Southampton trains supervision office plans 1-4, F, (4) £40-60
793.    Continental Tram Prints and a Certificate, Two framed and glazed prints one a nineteenth century scene in an Eastern European city (possibly Vienna) depicting a tram, the other a German advert for Eisenbahn Triebwagen, and a framed and glazed illustrated Austrian certificate, dated 1933, F-G, (3) £30-40
794.    Still From The Wrecker and Another, a sepia image from the 1929 Gainsborough film 'The Wrecker' depicting a train crash (inscribed on reverse 'The Wrecker'), crash staged at Lasham on the short-lived Basingstoke and Alton Light Railway, together with another similar also from a pre-war film depicting explosions as a Steam engine travels along a woodland track (some text on reverse) F, (2) £30-40
795.    Bassett Lowke Catalogues, a duo of Model Railway catalogues comprising 1937 edition (good) and a 1928 reprint of the 1927 catalogue, (spine worn), F-G, (2) £30-50
796.    Postwar BR Flyers and Pamphlets, a collection of 1950s/1960s ephemera advertising day trips and excursions from various BR regions, including Chester Races 1957, Blackpool Illuminations 1961, London Airport 1961 and many others, F-G, (35+) £50-80
797.    BR Ties and Warning Sign. four BR uniform ties, including Valley Lines and Intercity, together with a red painted aluminium warning sign 'Do Not Trespass on the Railway' by A Cowling Signs, G, (5) £50-80
798.    Wagon Plate, Notice and Signal Lever Plate, a trio of cast iron examples including an oval wagon plate inscribed '1953 Built Doncaster', inscribed on reverse purchased from Clapham Museum 1969, a notice inscribed 'Any Person Omitting to Shut the Gate…' (piece of lower edge missing text complete) and a lever plate inscribed 23 'Battersea Yard or Down Central to Down Main Points' S.R. T.H & S on reverse, F- G, (3) £50-80
799.    Pre-war and Later Railway Collectibles, buttons, badges and others including two stitched leather money pouches each with an oval brass plate one inscribed Burdale the other N.E.R. North Grimston, a brass cap badge 'Underground Railways Special Constables', and two LNER oval brass paychecks 'Gorton', together with a BR (NE) Guards cap badge, various brass and other badges and buttons and Midland Railway Fishbolt hole gauge and 100lb angle fish plate template both 1912, F-G, (Qty) £50-80
800.    Edwardian and Later Railway Tickets and Labels, an interesting collection including train and platform tickets, luggage and freight labels, warning notices and others, encompassing various railways including, SR, GER, GWR, SE&C, LB&SC, BR, MR, Festiniog, GCR, L&NER and others, F-G, (Qty) £50-100
801.    Victorian and Later Railway Ephemera, various documents, pamphlets and other paper work, including an 1894 L&NWR Blackpool day trip flyer, 1917 L&SWR pamphlet for the Special Arrangements in Connection with the Movement of Troops and a 1925 programme LNER Centenary of Railways, together with a 1938 LT pocket railway map and various other earlier items including a number of way bills, F-G, (Qty) £50-100
802.    Railway Lantern and Two Others, a vintage lantern of square form painted red with two red lenses stamped R.E. and L.M.S. on the Sherwood's burner, together with two smaller early battery-powered miner's hand lamps, one steel, the other brass, F, (3) £50-80
803.    The Railway Magazine, bound pre-war editions of the Railway Magazine complete from January 1908-June 1914 in blue and red bindings, Vol XXV1 January-June 1910 spine and front cover detached, together with two volumes of Railway Intelligence January 1873 and 1869, and another, F-G, (16) £50-80
804.    Books Plaques and Signs of Railway Interest, a modern collection, comprising two oval brass plaques one inscribed Kerr, Stuart & Co, No 4451 1930 the other L.M.S. 1900 Norwich, together with three railway notices and a collection of books, GWR Signalling, Coal Trade Wagons, British Goods Wagons and others F-G, (Qty) £50-80
805.    Victorian GWR Cardiff Railway Plans and Others, a bound folio linen backed of plans and sections for the Cardiff Railway stamped GWR Engineer's Office Paddington No 53999, together with a plan for the reconstruction of Banbury road bridge, 1907, and another for the reconstruction of a bridge near Claverdon, 1894, both GWR, F-G, (3) £80-120
806.    Modern Display Cabinet, a glazed modern wall hanging display cabinet with five fixed point glass shelves, 38" wide 21" high 4" deep, G-E £40-60
807.    Alan Shepherd watercolour of No 6 Douglas on Tallyllyn Railway, 28 cm x 19cm, frame 42cm x 33cm, together with a framed photo of the Snowdon Mountain Railway, VG (2) £30-50
808.    Steam Locomotive Furnishing Prints, a collection of fourteen prints glazed in matching moulded frames, depicting traditional scenes with famous Steam engines, including examples by Chris Woods (6), Barry Price (6) and Chris Holland (2), each measuring 22" wide x 18 " high G (14) £60-80
809.    Vintage Locomotive Furnishing Prints, a framed and unframed group, including framed and glazed, 'Stanier Pacifics at Rest' limited edition and signed Barry Price (25" wide x 17" high), 'Deltic at York Station' by David Weston (32" wide x 24" high) and 'GWR King Henry V1' limited edition and signed J B Edwards, (26" wide x 19" high) together with various similar unframed prints including examples by Barry Price (11), Chris Woods (4) and others, G-E, (20+) £60-80
810.    The Ace at Battledown, a publisher's proof limited edition print 5/10, by Philip D Hawkins, signed by the artist, with additional signatures Richard Hardy (shedmaster) and Jim Lester (fireman), framed and glazed 31" wide x 21" high, G £40-60
811.    Edwardian and Later Steam Locomotive Photographs and Prints, a pair of Edwardian images of LSWR Locomotives (each 6" wide x 4"" high) in later glazed moulded frames, together with a collection 1960s and later photographs of Steam Locomotives and trains some by Brian Stephenson, and set of reproduction GWR prints, G, (Qty) £40-60
812.    New Cavendish Publications, a trio of volumes, all with sleeves, comprising The Last Parade by P.B. Whitehouse, limited edition 733/3000, 1977, The Golden Years of Tin Toy Trains by Paul Klein Schiphorst, 2002, and The Art of the Tin Toy by David Pressland, 1979, F-G, (3) £50-80
813.    Alan King Oil on Canvas, entitled 'Snow Halt' a GWR Steam engine and passenger coaches, arriving at a snow covered Shaugh Bridge station in the evening, signed Akin 1983, glazed in moulded frame 30" wide x 20" high, E £50-100
814.    Les Perrin Gouache on Paper, a scene depicting 70013 Oliver Cromwell, under steam with passenger coaches travelling under a stone bridge, signed Perrin in moulded frame 23" wide x 17" high, E £50-100
815.    Les Perrin Oil on Board, a scene depicting 6012 King Edward, under Steam with passenger coaches travelling through a coastal town, signed Perrin 1983, in moulded frame, 36" wide x 24" high, E £50-100
816.    Les Perrin Oil on Board, a scene depicting 60062 Minoru, under Steam with passenger coaches, with Flying Scotsman headboard, travelling through Ponton station, signed Perrin 1982, in moulded frame 33" wide x 24" high, E, Frame F £50-100
817.    Les Perrin Oil on Board, a scene depicting 4498 Sir Nigel Gresley, under Steam with passenger coaches, signed Perrin 1983, in moulded frame, 33" wide x 24" high, E, Frame F £50-100
818.    Les Perrin Oil on Board, a scene depicting a NLR train under Steam headed by an Adams 440 Tank Locomotive, travelling to Potter's Bar, signed Perrin 1983, in moulded frame, 30" wide x 19" high, E, Frame F £50-80
819.    Gresley P2 Cock O The North 1934, a sepia photograph of the London & North Eastern Railway 2-8-2 Express Passenger Engine, Doncaster 1934, mounted and glazed in an oak frame, image 26" wide x 11" high, G (some marks to mount and image), frame F £50-80
820.    1960s and Later Photographs of Railway Interest, mostly gelatin silver but including some colour examples depicting mainly Steam, but also later Diesel Locomotives, G-E, (100+) £50-80
821.    George Heiron Gouache on Paper, a scene depicting the GT-3 gas turbine Locomotive, and predecessors (Electric, electro Diesel and Steam), signed George Heiron, used as a front cover of the Model Railway News July 1962, framed and glazed with brass plaque 'Presented by the Model Railway News' , 14" square, E £150-200
822.    Photographs of Railway Interest by Simon Logi, a collection of unmounted silver gelatin images in six folders including GWR Locomotives, drivers and others, together with M&SWJ last day at Fosse Cross and others, and various BR (W) images of workforce, drivers and others, G, (90+) £60-80
823.    Terence Cuneo Furnishing Posters, a large pair of framed posters one depicting Clapham Junction (glazed), the other Royal Albert Bridge Saltash (perspex), both originally from postwar BR adverts, each 50" wide x 39" high, (both with pin holes to corners) £60-80
824.    Middleton Press Volumes, a collection of 1990s volumes relating to London Central and Southern Suburban trams and railways, primarily trams, G-E, (35) £70-100
825.    Middleton Press Volumes, a collection of 1990s volumes relating to South Coast trams and railways, primarily trams, G-E, (35) £70-100
826.    Carriage Map and Prints, a group of four framed and glazed, comprising a postwar Southern British Railways Surburban System map printed by McCorquodale & Co BR35019/1, (folds, pin holes and later frame), together with two prints in original frames, The Hampshire Coast and The Atlantic Coast both by Langhammer and British Railways Locomotives in oak frame by A N Wolstenholme, (folded) F-G, (4) £60-80
827.    Books of Model Railway Interest, a collection of volumes relating to model trains, including a limited edition volume Bassett Lowke Railways, 2554/5000 commemorating the Flying Scotsman's tour of USA 1969 and Bassett-Lowke's involvement with card sleeve, and other volumes relating to Bassett-Lowke, Tri-ang Railways The Story of Rovex 1950-65 by Pat Hammond, Bing, Lionel and others, together with twelve editions of The Model Railway News 1930, F-G, (Qty) £40-60
828.    Wallworks cast-iron Floor Train Open Wagon, in orange, F, damage to one end

Wagon size 13.5cm long, 7cm wide (wheel to wheel) and 5.5cm high £30-50
829.    Lone Star 000/N Gauge push-along Lone Star Trains, including Coach and Track (3), Signals (3 in one pack), Gresley and Tender and Track, Crane Truck, all in original bubble packs, VG, packs F-G, unboxed various Locomotives (29) + Tenders, Coaches and goods rolling stock, Station, Signal boxes, Footbridge and qty of metal track, P-G, many items repainted or with paint loss, together with Dinky Toys LNER blue pushalong Gresley and three brown coaches and BR green Gresley and one coach, F (qty) £50-80
830.    Hess Penny Toy Trains, red engine No 100, red, yellow, blue and green coaches all No 100, open truck and chassis and roof, F-G, centre wheels and supports removed from engine, one coach and truck with changed wheels, general wear with some scratches, together with Erzegebirge or similar wooden Train comprising Engine and three coaches, F-G (12) £50-80
831.    Large Hess 'Penny Toy ' Train and Coach, red and black clockwork engine No 575 with four-spoke wheels and two sets of smaller wheels under attached Tender, length 15cm, together with a 4-wheel blue 1/11 coach, length 8cm, in plain box, possibly original £120-180
832.    Early Penny Toys unmarked Tender and three Coaches, Tender in green with blue, orange and maroon coaches, F, Tender and two coaches lack one set of wheels, maroon coach lacks roof (4) £50-80
833.    Penny Toy Train and unrelated Carriages and truck, green Engine with attached Tender similar to Meier, Kellerman Clerestory coach and Baggage van and a Hess red carriage 11, lacks wheels and axles, F-VG (4) £50-80
834.    An 19th Century Floor Train by Faivre (FV France), with 2-2-0 clockwork Locomotive and Tender no 15 in gold/black/green-painted tinplate with cast lead wheels, with 4-wheeled coach in yellow/maroon lettered 'Paris - 1re Classe - Nantes' and fourgon van No 14 in mauve with red details, overall G, mechanism not working, some wheel spokes broken, separate chimney may not be original (5 including Tender and chimney) £400-600
835.    A Bub S Gauge (23mm) 2-rail Electric Train Set, with 0-4-0 German-outline Locomotive, Tender and two green coaches, with eight curved rails and connecting track, all G, loco rear wheels with some 'fatigue', all in original set box, box F-G £60-80
836.    A Boxed Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 3 Locomotive and No 2 Special Tender, in GWR green no 4073 'Caerphilly Castle', with key, G, mechanism working, paintwork good but with damage to cab and front buffer beam, slight flaking to driving wheels, Tender G-VG, boxes both F, splits to locomotive box base and Tender box lid (2) £120-160
837.    Boxed Hornby O Gauge SR Breakdown Van and Single Wine Wagon, the breakdown van, circa 1933, with blue underframe, van doors, roof and crane, and green bogies/van body, G, with some damage to crane jib and one spacer missing, box F, both lid ends detached but included, (one with original SR label), together with an uncommon boxed Single Wine Wagon, circa 1930 with OAG base and droplink couplings, G-VG, small dent/paint loss to vigie roof and distortion to Hornby transfer, box G-VG, some rusting to staples (2) £90-120
838.    Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 1 Tank Locomotive and Rolling Stock, the Locomotive as LNER '0-4-0' in black, P-F, spring broken and cab roof missing, together with key, LNER coach no 1224, LMS full brake in crimson (roof missing), boxed no 1 Special Pullman cars 'Niobe' and 'Aurora', GW hopper wagon and 6 others, mostly G, some moderate playwear and minor damages, boxes P (12 items, 6 boxes) £90-120
839.    Hornby O Gauge Clockwork Track and Scenic Accessories, including boxed Railway Station No 2, F-G, one 'Windsor' sign missing, turntable no 1 (blue/red), Level Crossing no 1, Hydraulic Buffer Stop (blue/gold), signal no 2, railway accessories set 3 (ticket machine missing) and set 7 (poker missing), otherwise all G-VG, boxes P-G, together with unboxed no 1 signal, a small quantity of clockwork track and an empty EPR2 box (qty) £70-100
840.    Boxed Hornby O Gauge/Modelled Miniatures Series No 13, Hall's Distemper Advertisement, original pair of figures with green and blue brushes respectively, both VG, missing advertising board, box G-VG £100-140
841.    A Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 2 Caledonian Railway '2711' 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, original but restored example, with round 'MLLd' transfers to splashers and Tender sides and brass 2711 plates to cabsides, overall G, mech tested ok, transfers rubbed, moderate playwear/paintloss to tops of splashers, a considerable amount of carefully-matched re-touching to other areas, the Tender likewise, coal rails intact, unboxed (2) £400-600
842.    A Hornby O Gauge 'United Dairies' Milk Tank Wagon, with blue 'T3' base, overall G-VG, slightly grubby, unboxed £100-140
843.    Unboxed Hornby O Gauge Private Owner No 1 Vans, comprising Cadbury's Chocolates with green base, F-G, some small areas of corrosion, together with yellow/red Fyffes bananas, both with sliding doors, and a hinged-door Fyffes van with green base and cream roof, both Fyffes P-F, playworn (3) £120-160
844.    Unboxed Hornby O Gauge GWR No 2 Van and Cattle Wagon, the van with black base and repainted cream roof, cattle wagon with green base and roof, both with gold-block lettering, both F (2) £70-100
845.    Hornby O Gauge Southern Railway Freight Stock, comprising red Hopper Wagon (T3 base, gold SR lettering) in original box, G-VG, small crease to one side, box G, together with SR brown container wagon and cable drum wagon, both F, container G-VG (4 inc loose container) £70-100
846.    A Hornby O Gauge No 2E Engine Shed, with 3-rail tracks, F, essentially complete except one door latch, with some playwear, fading and corrosion £70-100
847.    A Hornby O Gauge No 2 Signal Gantry, with 4 home signals, blue base and finials and green lining to bridge section, G, moderate playwear and a little grubby £100-140
848.    Hornby O Gauge Pre-war Signals, including boxed no 2E Junction Distant Signal, with green base and finials, G-VG, a little grubby, box P-F, together with one double-arm signal, G-VG, two junction signals (one G, one P-F), two single-arm signals, P-G, a Britain's Automatic Signal, G, one other wooden signal and an early Hornby loading gauge (9) £100-140
849.    Hornby O Gauge Bogie Coaching Stock, comprising Metropolitan Railway 3rd class coach, F-G, wheels replaced, moderate scratching to sides and slight corrosion to roof, with two early Pullman cars (one with plain brown doors), one F, one G, and 'Wagons-Lits' Dining and Sleeping cars in blue, both P-F, sides badly faded, roof screws and wheels replaced (5) £100-140
850.    Hornby O Gauge Bogie Pullman No 2/3 and No 2 Coaching Stock, comprising earlier cream-cantrail 'Iolanthe' with repainted roof, and later series grey-roof 'Grosvenor', 'Loraine' and brake cars 'Arcadia' and 'Verona', varying P-G, some retouching (esp Arcadia), some paint loss/corrosion (esp Loraine), otherwise moderate playwear (5) £120-160
851.    Hornby and Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Bogie Coaching Stock, comprising Hornby No 2 LMS corridor brake/3rd no 6844, GWR 1st/3rd composite no 6857 and LNER 1st/3rd no 186, together with Bassett-Lowke LMS brake/3rd no 9343, all P-F, B-L roof and underframe repainted (4) £80-120
852.    A Hornby O Gauge GWR No 2 Special Tank Locomotive, a 4-4-2T in GWR 'shirtbutton' green as no 2221, F-G, mech tested ok, wheels appear sound, moderate playwear and chipping, slight damage to front buffer beam £80-120
853.    Hornby and Bing O Gauge Bogie Coaching Stock Restoration Projects, comprising Hornby SR brake/3rd no 3667, GWR brake/3rd no 4073 and early no 2 (thick axle) green Pullman coach, all P-F with dents and playwear, together with a Bing LNWR brake/3rd no 1921, F, various damages and playwear (4) £100-140
854.    Hornby O Gauge Locomotives and Rolling Stock, comprising early M3 Tank loco 2270 in LMS crimson, early Midland Railway refrigerator and luggage vans, GNR brake van, pre-war GWR passenger brake van, MO Locomotive and Tender 2595 (green) and coach 'Joan', with four other incomplete wagons, a platform crane, loading gauge, and other scenic items, mostly P-F, both loco mechs tested ok, generally playworn with various damages (qty) £100-140
855.    Two Early Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 1 Tank Locomotives, both early examples with non-coupled wheels, comprising LNER green '0-4-0' and LMS crimson '623', with two keys, both F-G, mechs tested ok, general playwear and minor damages (4 inc keys) £100-140
856.    Boxed Hornby O Gauge Post-War Rolling Stock, all from the 1948-51 period, including NE goods and refrigerator vans in 1948 buff boxes, McAlpines side-tipper in 1948 flat red box, SR Milk Traffic (1950), LMS Flat Truck with container (1951) and 10 others, all VG-E, boxes G-VG (15) £100-140
857.    Hornby and Other O Gauge Trains, including Hornby c/w No 1 SR loco body only, G, red M1 Tender, 3 'OAG' wagons and 3 M1 Pullmans, various track pieces (mostly 1920's type), level crossing and buffers, together with a Bub or similar 3-part bridge, small Mettoy girder bridge, brimtoy signal box, Bing country station and parts of a Distler 'Central Station', mostly P-F, with playwear, minor damages and some parts missing (qty) £50-80
858.    A Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 51 Passenger Train Set, containing BR green 0-4-0 Locomotive no 50153 and Tender, with first class coach, two third class and one brake van, key, rails and track connecting clips, overall G, moderate playwear, small dent to loco cab, some rails a little rusty, box F-G £60-90
859.    A Hornby O Gauge No 2 Special Clockwork Locomotive and Tender 'Yorkshire', in LNER green as no 234, F, mech tested ok but wheels foul on body, couplings, loco wheels and front bogie appear to be replacements, cab substantially rebuilt, and considerable retouching to loco, general playwear and slight corrosion in parts especially to Tender (2) £80-120
860.    A Hornby O Gauge No 3 Clockwork Locomotive and Tender 'Caerphilly Castle', in GWR green as no 4073, with early 'control' mechanism and cast driving wheels, loco G, mech tested ok but rods catch in reverse, front coupling absent, moderate playwear, Tender P, drawbar coupling missing, considerable damages to underframe and playwear to paintwork (2) £100-140
861.    A Restored Hornby O Gauge No E320 Electric Locomotive and Tender 'Flying Scotsman, in LNER green as no 4472, with 20v Electric mechanism, as repaint G-VG, all wheels appear to be replacements, and some other fittings (2) £100-140
862.    A Restored Hornby O Gauge No E220 Electric L1 Class 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, in Southern Railway green as no 1759, with 20v Electric mechanism, as repaint G-VG, bogie and Tender wheels appear to be replacements, contained with in a Milliboxes repro box, box VG (2) £650-800
863.    A Hornby O Gauge No E420 Electric 'Schools' Class Locomotive Tender and Contemporary Stock, This lot constitutes the complete set given to the vendor's father in 1939 as he was evacuated for WWII, comprising the Locomotive 'Eton' in original box lid (no base) and boxed Tender no 900, together with boxed Fibre Wagon, green/yellow Lumber Wagon No 1, and GWR brake van, modest quantity of 3-rail track including 2 points, clips, T20M controller and a small group of lead figures, mostly G, two loco driving wheels and most Tender wheels fatigued, small crease to right side of Tender, some areas of corrosion to loco, Tender and brake van (qty) £500-800
864.    A Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 50 Goods Train Set, containing BR black 0-4-0 Locomotive no 60199 and Tender, key, three wagons and brake van, rails and track connecting clips, overall G-VG, moderate playwear, slight damage to right side of loco cab, box F-G £50-80
865.    A Hornby O Gauge LMS No 2 Clockwork Special Tank Locomotive, a 4-4-2T in LMS crimson as no 2180 with key, VG, mech tested ok, driving wheels appear sound (rear pony wheels replaced, front bogie wheels slightly fatigued), some paint loss to front buffer beam, in an original Meccano Service Dept box with repair no 28886 to one end and LMS label, box G but missing lid £100-150
866.    A Hornby O Gauge LMS No 2 6-volt Electric Tank Locomotive, a 4-4-2T in LMS crimson as no 2180, with external brush caps to RHS, overall G, driving wheels with some evidence of 'fatigue', moderate playwear/chipping, three cab handrails missing, in original box with LMS label, box F-G £120-160
867.    A Restored Hornby O Gauge LMS No 2 Clockwork 4-4-4 Tank Locomotive, completely refinished in LMS black with cabside crest and 4-4-4 to side Tanks, as repaint VG, mech tested ok £100-150
868.    A Hornby O Gauge No 4 Clockwork 'Schools' Class 'Eton' Locomotive and Tender, in SR green, G, mech tested ok, old repairs to bogie guard irons, considerable retouching to front end, footplate edges and cab, with repainted (or possibly a repro) Tender no 900, Tender as repaint VG £300-500
869.    A Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 50 Goods Train Set and Additional Items, the set containing BR black 0-4-0 Locomotive no 60199 and Tender, key, two wagons and brake van, rails and track connecting clips, overall G, moderate playwear, box P, together with a no 40 Tank engine, BR red passenger brake, points, diamond crossing and orange-roofed no 3 station with ramps, mostly G-VG, both mechs tested ok (set + extra items) £80-120
870.    A Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 2 Special Pullman Set, circa 1930, with LNER green 'Yorkshire' Locomotive and Tender no 234, together with key, cream-roofed Pullman Cars 'Iolanthe' and 'Arcadia', and original oval of track, all VG, mech tested ok, some areas of re-touching to Locomotive, all contained in original set box, factory re-covered from early mottled grey style (visible at corners) with updated brown-dotted edges with GWR 4073 to lid, box F-G, wear to corners and some old tape damage to label £400-600
871.    A Hornby O Gauge No 3 Clockwork 'Nord' Locomotive and Tender for Restoration, in Nord brown livery as no 31801, with smoke deflectors and matching-numbered Tender, essentially G-VG, mech not tested as all wheels badly fatigued, Tender wheels likewise with one bogie detached (3 inc bag of parts) £80-120
872.    Boxed Hornby and Other O Gauge Rolling Stock, including Hornby OAG No 1 Southern Railway Coach with green 'crimped' base, Fyffes Banana van (with red roof and base), No 2 LNER High Capacity wagon and wooden brick load, Barrel wagon, rotary tipper, no 0 Pullman 'Viking' with green base and roof, two MO series wagons and one empty box, all G-VG, some minor damages and playwear, boxes varying P-G, together with three unboxed wagons and a roof-less Bing LMS 4-wheeled coach, F-G (qty) £120-160
873.    French and UK Hornby O Gauge Layout Accessories, comprising a French 'Gare No 1 (Halte)' station, and M series 'Passage à Niveau', with British No 1 tunnel, level crossing (an uncommon printing in April 1940 box), footbridge with signals, all in original boxes, and an unboxed pre-war platform crane, mostly G-VG, some minor damages/playwear, boxes P-F, flaps missing and many tears, together with a 1939-40 'Hornby Book of Trains' with Oct 1940 price revision label to front, G, some minor damages esp to cover (7) £120-160
874.    Hornby O Gauge Locomotive Track and Accessories, comprising uncommon LMS black No 1 clockwork loco no 7140, F-G, mech ok, one wheel fatgued and one side rods missing, with three pieces Hornby baggage, various figures (some headless or with other parts missing), a pre-war boxed set of Dinky Toys signals, all fatigued, O gauge buffer stop, level crossing, various track pieces, and a boxed Astra O gauge Gun wagon (see Mike Foster's 'British Toy Trains' volume 1), and other items, varying P-VG, boxes P-G (qty) £80-120
875.    Hornby O Gauge Railway Accessories, comprising two stations with lighting (one with buff platform, pair of ramps with 'Windsor' nameboards and both lamp brackets broken, the other with re-sprayed grey platform, replacement lamp brackets and no ramps), together with boxed No 2 Footbridge with signal fittings, No 2E 2-arm signal with light fittings, and a no 2 Home signal, all VG, boxes F-VG, and a no 2 (clockwork) engine shed, P-F, 4 vents and 2 doors missing, various other damages (8 including ramps) £100-140
876.    Two Hornby O Gauge Post-war Sets and Accessories, comprising late (Meccano) 'Percy' set with green Percy no 6, two wagons and plastic track, G, mech tested ok, box P, with a No 31 Passenger set with green loco 45746, Tender, two coaches, track and accessories, VG-E, slight surface rusting to some rails, set box G, some discolouring to lid, one edge with split corners, together with three boxes of additional track, G, and a rusty pre-war station, P (2 sets + 4 boxes) £80-120
877.    A Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 2 Tank Locomotive, 4-4-4T design, in LMS crimson as no 2052, with black footplate and smokebox, VG, a few small and well-matched retouches, complete with key (2 inc key) £100-140
878.    A Hornby O Gauge Electric No E120 Special Tank Locomotive, in Southern Railway green as no 516, G, fatigue to two driving wheels, both couplings damaged but usable, a few minor chips to paintwork, supplied in a 'Milliboxes' repro box £120-160
879.    A Hornby O Gauge Nestlé Tank Wagon, on black 'T3' base, VG, both Tank vents replaced and carefully touched-in, one buffer loose, unboxed £70-100
880.    A Hornby O Gauge SR Refrigerator Van, on black 'T3' base, in salmon pink with dark brown 'SR' lettering and black 'Refrigerator Van' to doors, with original off-white roof, VG, some small chips to roof, buffers and ends by couplings, unboxed £200-300
881.    An Early Hornby O Gauge Clockwork No 1 G LNWR Train Set, with LNWR black 0-4-0 Locomotive, Tender and one open wagon, and circle of 1' radius wire-hook track, all G-VG, some wear to loco cab roof and paint loss to right cylinder, mech tested ok, Tender and wagon base with some filigree corrosion under paintwork, various old auction stickers attached to undersides, box G, one lid end detached, Dymo label 'G M Cashmore' attached to internal partition £140-180
882.    A Hornby O Gauge No 2E Engine Shed, unboxed, overall G, lithography bright, one scratch to roof, usual creasing to doors and some other minor damages £120-160
883.    French Hornby O Gauge Boxed Postwar Rolling Stock, comprising two Vo OP coaches and one Vo OR, two bogoe Arbel hopper wagons, Esso Tank wagon, bogie low-side wagon and a side-tipping wagon, all VG, boxes G-VG (8) £100-140
884.    French Hornby O Gauge 3-rail OBB Electric Locomotive and Coaching Stock, comprising green SNCF Locomotive no BB 8051, with blue Wagons-Lits restaurant car no 4218 and blue-cream salon car no 4025, all VG, ist coach fitted with supplementary pick-up for Locomotive, unboxed (3) £80-120
885.    French Hornby O Gauge Unboxed Freight Stock, comprising Nord yellow/blue horse/men wagons (2), EST light blue/yellow milk wagon, green ETAT fourgon with added 3-rail pickup, red No 0 barrel wagon, later STEF refrigerated van, brown SNCF open wagon with vigie, and a TOTAL repaint Tank wagon (with ESSO box), all G-VG, moderate playwear (8 + 1 box) £70-100
886.    French Hornby O Gauge Unboxed 'OAG' Freight Stock, comprising ETAT and NORD vans with vigies, both G, partially-repainted milk van with vigie, F, and three repainted Tank wagons, two as 'Standard' (red) and one 'Primagaz' (cream), as repaints G (6) £70-100
887.    Two French Hornby O Gauge 20v Electric Locomotives, comprising SNCF crimson-brown 0-4-0 and Tender, with supplementary roller pick up added to Tender and tinplate 'overshoe' to original loco pickup, otherwise VG, together with a repainted bonneted Electric 0-4-0 now in metallic silver with 'ETAT' transfers, tin 'overshoe' applied to pickup, as repaint G-VG (3 inc Tender) £80-120
888.    A French Hornby O Gauge 20v Bonneted Electric Locomotive, largely repainted around original transfers in dark green as PO no El.30, with cream roof, as repaint G-VG £60-90
889.    Three Hornby O Gauge 'Riviera Blue' Coaches, comprising two dining cars no 2862D and one sleeping car 2644A, all in Wagons-Lits blue livery, F-G, both restaurants appear over-varnished, one slightly flaky with some old retouching, one has repainted roof (3) £100-140
890.    A Pair of Repainted Hornby O Gauge No 3 'Mitropa' Coaches, comprising Speisewagen (restaurant car) and Schlafwagen (sleeping car), both with early tinplate bogies, replacement couplers and other restoration work, as repaints G, some rubbing to transfers (2) £150-200
891.    A Pair of Repainted Hornby O Gauge No 3 'Mitropa' Coaches, comprising Speisewagen (restaurant car) and Schlafwagen (sleeping car), both with later 'compensated' bogies, replacement couplers and other restoration work, as repaints G (2) £150-200
892.    A Pair of Hornby O Gauge No 2/3 'Pullman' Coaches, comprising saloon 'Zenobia' and brake/composite 'Arcadia', with cream roofs, both G-VG, all couplings appear to be replacements, some retouching to old chips, two wheels with some fatigue (2) £80-120
893.    A Pair of Boxed Hornby O Gauge No 2/3 'Pullman' Coaches, comprising saloon 'Iolanthe' and brake/composite 'Alberta', with cream roofs, both VG, two couplings appear to be replacements, boxes F, wear to corners (2) £100-140
894.    A Hornby O Gauge No E120 LMS Tank Locomotive, in enamelled LMS crimson as no 2115, with serif decals, VG, wheels appear to be good quality replacements £90-120
895.    A Hornby O Gauge No EM320 SR Tank Locomotive, in lithographed SR green as no E126, VG, wheels appear to be good quality replacements, a little retouching to footplate and cylinders £90-120
896.    A Hornby O Gauge No E420 SR 'Schools' Class 4-4-0 'Eton' Locomotive and Tender, in SR green, VG, driving wheels appear to be good quality replacements, considerable but well-matched retouching to cabsides, cylinders and other areas, reinforcing carefully added under cab/footplate, supplied in a non-original carrying box £300-400
897.    Hornby O Gauge Tinprinted No O Vans, comprising brown GW milk vans 28127 (2), GW white 'Mica B' 58923, NE tan Fish wagon 12630 and Perishable van 168848, LMS grey Banana Van 28862, all G, three with remains of boxes (boxes P), together with NE ventilated refrigerator van 151275, F, damage to printing/varnish on both sides, 2 roofs repainted (7 with 3 boxes) £100-140
898.    Hornby O Gauge Boxed No 50 Freight Stock, comprising Shell Oil and Manchester Oil Tank wagons, brown goods van and white refrigerator van, Saxa Salt wagon, low sided wagon and brake van, all E in original boxes, boxes VG-E, together with an LMS container and HRCA repro SR meat container, both G-VG (9) £100-140
899.    Hornby O Gauge Type 1 Base Freight Stock, comprising LNWR Gunpowder Van, G, moderate playwear and one door handle replaced, LNW Open wagon with 'thick' axles, F, some retouching to base and lettering, and a GN brake van, F, roof and base repainted (3) £80-120
900.    Hornby O Gauge Type 1 Base Freight Stock, comprising boxed Shell Tank Wagon with 'lozenge' trademarks, G-VG, very light playwear and some polish residue, box F, MR Refrigerator van in white with round M L Ltd transfer and 'thick' axles, G, moderate playwear but all original, and a repainted MR grey luggage van, as repaint F-G, door handles and company letters are replacements (3) £80-120
901.    Hornby O Gauge 'OAG' Base Freight Stock and No 2 Cattle Wagon, comprising MR, LMS and LNER Refrigerator vans, all with hinged doors, two LMS grey brake vans and one brown LNER, together with a grey No 2 Cattle Truck with lettering to solebar, mostly G, all with repainted roofs, two with repainted bases, cattle truk body repainted, various other retouching and some door handles replaced (7) £80-120
902.    Hornby O Gauge Freight Stock Repaints and Repros, comprising Shell (2), Royal Daylight (red), Power Ethyl, Pratt's High Test (orange) and Nestlé's Milk (green) Tank wagons, Palethorpes Sausages van, SR and NE brake vans, and SR open wagon, all as repaints VG, together with Horton Series repro SR refrigerator van (buff) and GW 'Mica' van (brown), both VG, (12, two with boxes) £100-140
903.    Boxed and Unboxed Hornby O Gauge Freight Stock comprising NE green-base and LMS OAG brake vans, NE refrigerator van, gas wagon, mobiloil grey Tanker, blue circle cement, SR green and BR crimson milk traffic wagons, all G-VG with boxes, boxes varying F-VG, together with unboxed OAG Pratt's and National Benzole Tank wagons, (latter retouched), type 3 base Redline-Glico, LMS refrigerator, LNER OAG brake van, No 0 SR open wagon and post-war crane truck, all G-VG, moderate playwear (8 boxed + 7 unboxed) £140-180
904.    A Hornby O Gauge No 2E Engine Shed, unboxed, with added interior light, overall G, base repainted, two vents are replacements, retouching, to roof edges and some other areas, all doors with cut-outs at bottom to clear 3rd rail, all track pins missing at one end £120-160
905.    A Boxed Hornby O Gauge No 2 Signal Gantry, an early example with screw-fitted bell-cranks, in off-white with blue-grey trim and bases, G-VG, moderate playwear, box G £100-140
906.    A Boxed Hornby O Gauge No 2E Signal Gantry, with 4 Home signals, the gantry in off-white with green trim and bases, red finials, fitted with Electric lights, G-VG, moderate playwear/chipping to paintwork, box F, staining and old tape repairs to lid £200-300
907.    Hornby O Gauge Electric-fitted Stations and Accessories, comprising No 4E 'Ripon' Station with speckled platform/ramps, F, one nameboard replaced, some loss of lithography to building, slight rusting in places, with No 2E Goods Platform, with green base and crane, VG, printing bright, some strengthening added below platform, with original box lid (box P-F), and a Double Lamp Standard, c. 1925, with twin globes and winding ratchets, black base and white lattice post, F-G, old damage near base of post, several areas of paint loss, in a repro box (5 inc ramps) £120-160
908.    Hornby O Gauge Lineside Accessories, comprising early 'Windsor' signal box in original box base, VG, box G, missing lid, boxed No 1 signal gantry, boxed Junction signal, small water tower and 3 buffer stops, all G-VG, boxes G, together with unboxed footbridge with 2 signal dolls, no 2 water tower, 6 other signals and an assortment of old buffers, mostly G, two items appear repainted (qty) £80-120
909.    Two French Hornby O Gauge 'Démontable' Stations, comprising No 18 'Arras' and No 20 'Monaco', both G-VG, contents not checked exhaustively, boxes F-G, some fading (2 sets) £70-100
910.    A Bassett-Lowke O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'Standard' 0-6-0 Tank Locomotive, in original lined gloss black LMS livery as no 78, G-VG, a few marks to paintwork, rear coupling missing and front drop link, unboxed £120-160
911.    A Bassett-Lowke O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'Standard' 0-6-0 Tank Locomotive, partially refinished in lined gloss black BR livery as no 41611, with late BR totem, G, side Tanks repainted or over-varnished, both couplings replaced with Hornby-type large drop-links, unboxed £100-140
912.    A Bassett-Lowke O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'Standard' 0-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, in original lined gloss black LNER livery as no 1456, VG, front buffer beam repainted, small chip to left side of cab, unboxed (2) £200-300
913.    A Bassett-Lowke O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'Mogul' 2-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, in original lined crimson LMS livery as no 62, G, some retouching to loco and possibly renumbered, motor exceptionally stiff to turn, Tender with one wheel missing, dent to right side and heavily ballasted, unboxed (2) £250-350
914.    A Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Clockwork 'Flying Scotsman' 4-6-2 Locomotive and Tender, in original lined BR green livery as no 60103, F, damage to front end, misaligned winding hole so mech untested, right side valve gear partially disconnected, small crease to left side of cab, unboxed (2) £350-500
915.    A Restored Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Live Steam Spirit-fired 'Mogul' 2-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, completely refinished in LNER green as no 33, Tender marked underneath 'IW, 02/1994', complete with vapourising burner and dome cover, as repaint VG, some denting to smokebox door, supplied in a later 'Corgi/B-L' Mogul box £160-220
916.    A Bassett-Lowke O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'Flying Scotsman' 4-6-2 Locomotive and Tender, ref 5310/0 in lithographed BR lined green as no 60103, VG-E, minimal wear to pick-up shoes, very slight loss to left cab-side number, with 8-wheeled corridor Tender, E, both in original box, box G, scuffing to corners and some old tape marks £500-700
917.    A Bassett-Lowke O Gauge 3-rail Electric Class J39 0-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, ref 4205/0, in LNER red-lined gloss black as no 1448, VG, moderate wear to mechanism and pick-ups, a few small chips carefully touched-in, in non-original box £150-200
918.    A Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Clockwork 'Duchess of Montrose' 4-6-2 Locomotive and Tender, ref 3261/0 in painted BR lined green as no 46232, with geared wind and variable speed control, VG- E, mech tested ok, very slight corrosion to smokebox door, with 6-wheeled Stanier Tender, E, both in original box, with key and original instruction sheet, box F-G, some scuffing to corners and old tape marks £1000-1400
919.    A Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Clockwork 'Princess Elizabeth' 4-6-2 Locomotive and Tender, ref 3605/0 in painted LMS crimson as no 6201, with geared wind and variable speed control, G-VG, mech tested ok, some areas retouched, with 6-wheeled Stanier Tender, G-VG, retouching to back and some corrosion to underside of body, both in a repro box, lacks key £700-1000
920.    A Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Clockwork Stanier 4P 2-6-4 Tank Locomotive, ref 3618/0 in painted BR lined black as no 42608, with geared wind, VG- E, mech tested ok, front coupling re-fitted, in original box, with key and original instruction sheet, box F-G, some scuffing to corners and old tape marks £400-600
921.    A Bassett-Lowke O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'Prince Charles' 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, ref 4313/0, in BR lined 'Caledonian' blue as no 62078, E, moderate wear to mechanism and pick-ups, one or two few small chips carefully touched-in, in original mottled-green box, box F-G £150-250
922.    A Bassett-Lowke O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'Prince Charles' 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, ref 4311/0, in BR lined green as no 62136, E, moderate wear to mechanism and pick-ups, in original plain green box, box G £150-250
923.    Boxed Bassett-Lowke O Gauge BR and LNER Coaching Stock, comprising ref 111/0 BR red/cream 1st class corridor coach no 9272, matching 112/0 Brake/3rd no 26233, both in green boxes, with ref 99/0 LNER 'teak' brake/3rd no 62362 in blue/white box, all VG-E, one or two very minor retouches and chips to BR coaches, roofs possibly repainted, boxes F (3) £150-250
924.    A Boxed Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Live Steam Spirit-fired 'Enterprise' 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, ref 6690/0, in red-lined black livery with no 6285 to Tender, frame no X293, with slip-eccentric reversing and original burner, G-VG, some areas of paint loss to boiler and smokebox, box G, splits to lid corners £180-250
925.    A Repainted Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Clockwork 'Duke of York' 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, neatly refinished in lined green as no 1930, retaining original namplates and other details, as repaint G, mech tested ok, control knobs are replacements (2) £80-120
926.    Three Bassett-Lowke O Gauge BR red/cream Coaches, comprising 1st class no 3995, 3rd class no 9272, and brake/3rd 26233 with grey roof, all F-G, moderate playwear, some retouching, 3995 and 9272 with repainted black roofs, some wrapping damage to sides (3) £70-100
927.    Three Bassett-Lowke O Gauge BR red/cream Coaches, comprising 1st class no 3995, 3rd class no 9272, and brake/3rd 26233, all with repainted black roofs, all F-G, moderate playwear, some retouching, some wrapping damage to sides (3) £70-100
928.    A Restored Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Live Steam Spirit-fired 'Enterprise' 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, neatly refinished in LMS lined black with no 6284 to Tender, with LMS in red block to cabsides, frame no X161, complete with vapourising burner and safety valve, as repaint VG (2) £120-160
929.    A Repainted Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Clockwork 'Compound' 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, refinished in matt LMS lined crimson as no 1108, with male key, as repaint G, mech tested ok, keyhole slightly mis-aligned, lining strips coming loose on footplate (3 inc key) £90-120
930.    Boxed Bassett-Lowke and Hornby O Gauge Freight Stock, comprising B-L GWR brake van no 35642, (home depot Exeter), and LMS Cattle wagon no 14548, both G-VG, brake with odd lamp bracket attached, boxes F, missing lids, together with a Hornby No 2 Lumber wagon in yellow with green bogies, VG, box F, one end of lid missing (3) £50-80
931.    Four Repainted Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Coaches, very nicely restored in LMS maroon as Brake/3rds nos 5106 and 5670, 1st class 5678 and 2011, as repaints all VG-E (4) £120-160
932.    An Uncommon Carette for Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Birmingham Gas Dept Open Wagon, ref 13428-35, in lithographed red-brown with black and white legend as wagon no 1201, with original couplers and pressed 5-hole wheels, G, moderate playwear, slight corrosion to one side £60-80
933.    Two Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Private Owner Open Wagons, comprising light grey with white band short Bing-style B-L wagon 6285, (ref 13413-35), together with larger 'Lowko' dark grey with yellow B-L band wagon, also no 6285, both G-VG (2) £90-120
934.    A Boxed Original Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Esso Tank Wagon, in yellow as no 21774, G, with crazing to litho finish, box F with old taped repairs to lid £150-200
935.    An Unboxed Original Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Pratt's Tank Wagon, Pratt's Spirit' wagon no 1852 in yellow with red stripe, G-VG with replaced couplings and painted initials to underside £150-200
936.    An Unboxed Original Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Mobiloil Tank Wagon, Mobiloil (Gargoyle) in dark grey with oval motif, G, with crazing to litho finish £150-200
937.    A Group of Bassett-Lowke/Winteringham Freight Stock, comprising SR black open wagon no 9871, NE refrigerator van 153180, NE grey vans 13897 (2), LMS grey cattle wagon 14549, LMS grey brake van 62306 and boxed GWR 'Toad' brake van 35642, mostly VG, one NE van F, with crazed varnish and some loss of finish, together with two other boxes, boxes G-VG (1 boxed, 6 unboxed + 2 empty boxes) £90-120
938.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 2/3-rail E/9 Bulleid Pacific Locomotive and Tender, in SR malachite green as no 21C136 'Westward Ho', with 'Atlantic Coast Express' headboard, lamps and route discs, VG, nameplates and 'scrolls' have been detached and are supplied in packet, pickups show light wear, a couple of small paint spots to Tender, box VG £500-700
939.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 2/3-rail E/12 'Coronation' Pacific Locomotive and Tender, in LMS streamlined blue livery as no 6220 'Coronation', VG-E, pickups show very light wear, one very small dent to left side of Tender, no small accessories included, box VG £700-1000
940.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 2/3-rail C/20-A LMS 'Coronation' 3-Coach Set and Interior Detailing Kits, in LMS streamlined blue livery, comprising 1st class no 1071, brake/1st no 5054 and 3rd class 8931, all E, box VG-E, together with a three-pack interior detail set C/28-A, E (box + packet) £200-300
941.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 2/3-rail C/20-B LMS 'Coronation' 3-Coach Set and Interior Detailing Kits, in LMS streamlined blue livery, comprising 1st class no 7509, brake/3rd no 5814 and 3rd class 9029, all E, box VG-E, together with a three-pack interior detail set C/20-B, E (box + packet) £200-300
942.    Three ACE Trains O Gauge 2/3-rail Individual LMS 'Coronation' Coaches and 1 Interior Detailing Kit, in LMS streamlined blue livery, comprising C20/O3 open 3rd class no 8950 with matching interior set, with Kitchen cars C/20-K1 no 30087 and C/20-K2 no 30088, all E, boxes G-VG (3 boxes + 1 packet) £200-300
943.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 2/3-rail C/28-A LMS 'Coronation' 3-Coach Set and Interior Detailing Kits, in LMS streamlined maroon/gold livery, comprising 1st class no 1069, brake/1st no 5052 and 3rd class 8993, all E, box VG-E, together with a three-pack interior detail set C/28-A, E (box + packet) £200-300
944.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 2/3-rail C/20-B LMS 'Coronation' 3-Coach Set and Interior Detailing Kits, in LMS streamlined maroon/gold livery, comprising 1st class no 7507, brake/3rd no 5812 and 3rd class 8961, all E, box VG-E, together with a three-pack interior detail set C/28-B, E (box + packet) £200-300
945.    Two ACE Trains O Gauge 2/3-rail Individual LMS 'Coronation' Coaches and 1 Interior Detailing Kit, in LMS streamlined maroon/gold livery, comprising C28/O3 open 3rd class no 8996 with matching interior set, and Kitchen car C/28-K no 30084, all E, boxes VG (2 boxes + 1 packet) £140-200
946.    Two ACE Trains O Gauge AC/1a 'Constructor' Series Platform Extension Sets, each containing two straight platform extensions and a pair of ramps, all E (2 sets) £40-60
947.    A Bassett-Lowke (Corgi) O Gauge 3-rail Electric Rebuilt 'Royal Scot' Locomotive and Tender, ref BL99011, model no 177 of the limited run, in BR lined green as no 46100 with late totem to Tender and double chimney, complete with packet of train headboards, E, unused, box VG £350-450
948.    A Bassett-Lowke (Corgi) O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'Flying Scotsman' Locomotive and Tender, ref BL99024, model no 36 of the limited run, in BR lined green as no 60103 with late totem to Tender, double chimney and 'German' smoke deflectors, complete with packet of lamps, E, unused, box E in original outer sleeve £400-600
949.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 3-rail Electric LNER A3 Class 'Windsor Lad' Locomotive and Tender, ref E6, in LNER lined green as no 2500, with single chimney and 'Banjo' dome, E, unused, box G-VG, slight fading to ends £400-600
950.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 3-rail Electric GWR Castle Class 'Clun Castle' Locomotive and Tender, ref E/7/2, (the revised version with improved mechanism), in BR lined green as no 7029 with late totem to Tender and double chimney, complete with packet of alternative name/numbers for 'Isambard Kingdom Brunel' no 5069, and pack of alternative train headboards, VG-E, minimal wear to pickups, box E in original outer sleeve £400-600
951.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 3-rail Electric LMS Stanier Class 4P 2-6-4 Tank Locomotive, ref E, in LMS lined gloss black as no 2524, complete with packet of lamps and Tilbury line headboards, E, unused, box E in original outer sleeve £400-600
952.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 3-rail 'Modelfair' Special Edition Class A4 'Bittern' Locomotive with Two Tenders, a limited edition (no 19 of only 50 made) version of ACE's ref E4, in gloss BR green with second (water) Tender as run in preservation, VG, small scratch to left side of front Tender, some small chips to second Tender underframe/axleboxes and some polish residue, box VG, with LE certificate and instructions £1000-1500
953.    A Reproduction Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Clockwork LMS 'Black Five' Locomotive and Tender by Ludlows of Bolton, made by John Ratcliffe and painted by Simon Greenwood, uncommon version incorporating an original B-L clockwork mechanism with geared-wind and variable-speed motor, finished in red-lined satin black as LMS no 5294, VG- E, one small paint chip to right-side cylinder, with an original B-L 'male' key, box VG-E £600-800
954.    A Reproduction Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Clockwork LMS 'Black Five' Locomotive and Tender by Ludlows of Bolton, made by John Ratcliffe and painted by Simon Greenwood, uncommon version incorporating an original B-L clockwork mechanism with geared-wind fixed-speed motor, finished in lined gloss black as BR (early motif) no 45126, E, with a fabricated 'male' key, box VG-E £600-800
955.    A Reproduction Bassett-Lowke O Gauge 3-rail 12v Electric LNER Class B17 Locomotive and Tender by Ludlows of Bolton, made by John Ratcliffe and painted by Simon Greenwood, finished in lined satin apple green black as LNER no 2848 'Arsenal', E, box VG-E £1000-1500
956.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 2/3-rail Electric LMS Coronation Class Locomotive and Tender, ref E/12, in LMS streamlined crimson/gold as no 6229 'Duchess of Hamilton', with double chimney, E, appears never more than test run, box E, in original outer sleeve £500-800
957.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 2/3-rail Electric BR Britannia Class Locomotive and Tender, ref E/27, in BR lined green with late totem as no 70013 'Oliver Cromwell', with pack of lamps and WR-type reporting numbers, E, appears never more than test run, box E, in original outer sleeve £400-600
958.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 2/3-rail Electric BR 9F Class 2-10-0 Locomotive and Tender, ref E/28 (model J1), in un-numbered plain grey with black detailing, E, appears never more than test run, box E, in original outer sleeve £500-700
959.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 2/3-rail Electric LMS Coronation Class Locomotive and Tender, ref E/12 (model C1), in LMS unlined wartime satin black as no 6247 'City of Liverpool', E, appears never more than test run, box E, in original outer sleeve £500-700
960.    A Darstaed O Gauge 3-rail Electric LB&SCR 2-6-2 Tank Locomotive, in LB&SCR umber livery as no 705, VG-E, appears very little run, one small rub to left side cylinder, and right cylinder is curiously crimson - presumably a factory error, box VG £220-300
961.    Three Darstaed O Gauge Bogie Tank Wagons, in individual boxes, comprising Power Ethyl (green), Pratt's Spirit (yellow) and Mobilgas Vacuum (red), all VG-E, boxes VG-E (3) £100-150
962.    A Darstaed O Gauge 3-rail Electric Southern Railway 2-6-2 Tank Locomotive, in SR green livery as no 2712, E, appears never run, box VG-E £220-300
963.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 3-rail Electric SR 'Celebration' Class 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, ref E/3, in SR black as no 2006, E, appears never run, box VG £200-300
964.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 2/3-rail Electric BR (ex-LSWR) M7 Class 0-4-4 Tank Locomotive, ref E/24, in BR plain black with late totem, partially repainted and renumbered as no 30112, G, retouched paintwork poorly applied, box VG, with headcode discs, lamps and 3-rail pickups included in packets £150-200
965.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 2/3-rail Electric BR (ex-GWR) 'Large Prairie' Class 2-6-2 Tank Locomotive, ref E/29, in BR lined green with late totem as no 4160, VG-E, box VG-E, with headcode discs, lamps and 3-rail pickups included in packets £250-350
966.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 2/3-rail Electric BR Britannia Class Locomotive and Tender, ref E/27, in BR lined green with late totem as no 70019 'Lightning', with pack of lamps and WR-type reporting numbers, E, 3-rail pick-ups supplied in box, box E, in original outer sleeve £500-700
967.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 2/3-rail Electric BR (Ex-SR) 'Schools' Class Locomotive and Tender, ref E/10, in BR lined gloss green with late totem as no 30926 'Repton', with alternative chimney, VG-E, 3-rail pick-ups supplied in box, box E, in original outer sleeve £400-600
968.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 2/3-rail Electric GWR Castle Class 'Bristol Castle' Locomotive and Tender, ref E/7/2, (the revised version with improved mechanism), in BR lined green as no 7013 with early motif to Tender and single chimney, complete with packet of train headboards, VG-E, 3-rail pickups supplied in box, box E in original outer sleeve £500-700
969.    A Modern Bassett-Lowke O Gauge 3-rail Electric LNER A3 Class 'Humorist' Locomotive and Tender, ref BL99018, in LNER lined dark green as no 2751 with double chimney, complete with packet of lamps, VG-E, very lightly used, box VG £400-600
970.    An ETS (Czech) O Gauge 2-rail Electric BR Ex-WD Class 2-8-0 Locomotive and Tender, ref 194, in BR plain black as no 90543 with late motif to Tender, VG-E, some weathering applied to coupling/connecting rods, box VG £400-600
971.    An ETS (Czech) O Gauge 2/3-rail Electric BR 'USA' Class 0-6-0 Tank Locomotive, ref 140 BRB, in BR plain black as no 30069 with late motif, VG, glazing and crew added to cab, retouching to Steam dome, weathering applied to coupling/connecting rods, 3-rail pick-ups supplied loose in box, box VG £200-300
972.    A Rake of 6 Darstaed O Gauge Pullman Cars, all in umber/cream livery with ivory roofs and interior lights, five with 'Golden Arrow' insignia and roofboards, comprising 'Lydia', 'Onyx', 'Montana', 'Cecilia' and 'Car No 194', together with 'The New Century Bar' (without G-A insignia), all E, boxes E, (6 in outer set box)

suitable for 2 or 3-rail running £300-400
973.    Three ACE Trains O Gauge 2/3-rail Individual GWR Coaches, all in GWR brown/cream livery, comprising full brake no 295, buffet car 9676 and 3rd class no 1297 (with grey roofs), all VG-E, boxes VG-E (3) £150-220
974.    Three ACE Trains O Gauge 2/3-rail Individual BR (WR) Mark 1 Coaches, all in WR brown/cream livery, comprising two full brakes, both no W80723, and restaurant car W1728, all VG-E, boxes VG-E (3) £150-220
975.    Three ACE Trains O Gauge 2/3-rail Individual BR (LMR) Mark 1 Coaches and Darstaed 'Stove' Van, all in LMR crimson livery, comprising two full brakes, both no 80567, and restaurant car 1712, together with Darstaed 'Stove' 6-wheeled van M32958, all VG-E, boxes VG, some slightly faded (4) £200-280
976.    Two ACE Trains O Gauge 2/3-rail Individual C/13 BR Mark 1 Coaches TPO Coach and Darstaed 'Stove' Van, comprising full brake no E80533 and restaurant car E1733, Darstaed 'Stove' 6-wheeled van M33007, all in BR red/cream livery, together with ACE/Brian Wright overlay Royal Mail TPO no M30266M in crimson, all VG-E, boxes VG, some slightly faded (4) £200-280
977.    Two ACE Trains O Gauge 2/3-rail Individual C/13 BR (SR) Mark 1 Coaches and Darstaed 'Stove' Van, comprising full brake no S81039 and restaurant car S1717, together with Darstaed 'Stove' 6-wheeled van S32978S, all in BR Southern Region green livery, all VG-E, boxes VG-E, (3) £150-220
978.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 2/3-rail C/5 BR Coach Set (A) and Additional Coach, the set comprising brake/3rd no E35260, 1st class car E13030 and 3rd class car no E5029, together with individually-boxed full brake no M80675, all in BR red/cream livery, all VG-E, boxes VG-E, (3 in set +1) £180-250
979.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 2/3-rail C/4 LNER Coach Set (B) and Two Additional Coaches, the set comprising brake/3rd no 62659, 1st class car 689 and 3rd class car no 1865, together with individually-boxed Buffet Car no 650 and 1st/3rd composite no 63291, all in printed LNER 'teak' livery, all VG-E, boxes VG-E, (3 in set +2) £250-320
980.    Two Darstaed O Gauge Pullman Cars and an LMS Coach by MTH, the Pullman Cars in umber/cream livery with ivory roofs and interior lights, comprising 'Onyx' with 'Golden Arrow' insignia and roofboards, with HRCA 40th anniversary Pullman car 'Michaela', together with MTH ex-LMS 3rd class coach no M8951 in BR carmine & cream livery, all E, boxes E, (3) £150-220
981.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 2/3-rail C/4 LNER Coach Set (A), the set comprising brake/3rd no 1516, 1st class car 6461 and 3rd class car no 61639, all in printed LNER 'teak' livery with original protective film still applied, 'Flying Scotsman' roofboards fitted, all VG-E, with 1998 ACE catalogue and supplement, box VG-E, (3 in set box) £150-220
982.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 3-rail 4-4-4T Locomotive, ref ESG/1, in Southern Railway green as no B604, VG-E, very little wear to pickups, in original box, box G-VG £180-240
983.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 3-rail 4-4-4T Locomotive, ref EGW/1, in Great Western Railway green as no 7202, VG-E, very little wear to pickups, in original box, box G-VG £180-240
984.    An ACE Trains O Gauge 3-rail 4-4-4T Locomotive, ref EES/2, in EST Railway (France) brown livery, un-numbered, VG-E, very little wear to pickups, in original box, box G-VG £180-240
985.    An ACE Trains O Gauge C/1 GWR Coach Set, comprising 1st Class, 3rd Class and Brake/3rd coaches, all in GWR brown/cream livery, all VG-E, set box G-VG £120-160
986.    Three ACE Trains O Gauge C/1 SR Coaches, in individual boxes, comprising 1st Class, 3rd Class and Brake/3rd coaches, all in SR yellow-lined green livery, all VG-E, boxes G-VG (3) £120-160
987.    Five ACE Trains O Gauge C/4 LNER Corridor Coaches, comprising brake/3rd no 1516, 1st class car 6461 1st/3rd composite 63291, buffet car no 650 and 3rd class car no 61639, all in printed LNER 'teak' livery with original protective film still applied, 'Flying Scotsman' roofboards fitted, all VG-E, three are in C/1 coach boxes, boxes G, (5) £200-250
988.    An ACE Trains 'Constructor Series' O Gauge Station Canopy Set, appears never assembled, E, box VG-E £120-160
989.    An ACE Trains O Gauge C1 3-car Coach Set, in LMS crimson, comprising all-1st, all-3rd and brake/3rd non-corridor coaches, all E, box VG-E £120-160
990.    A Finescale O Gauge GWR 'Manor' Class Locomotive and Tender by Hebridean Finescale, beautifully made and finished by Andy Bamforth, representing no 7827 'Lydham Manor' in late BR lined green, E, appears never run, in purpose-made wooden carry-case, case E £700-1000
991.    A Finescale O Gauge GWR 63xx 'Mogul' Locomotive and Tender by Hebridean Finescale, beautifully made and finished by Andy Bamforth, representing no 6342 in late BR lined green, E, appears never run, in purpose-made wooden carry-case, case E £600-900
992.    A Finescale O Gauge Ex-SE&CR 'H' class 0-4-4T Locomotive, possibly from a kit, reasonably well-finished in lined SR green with hand-painted yellow lettering and number 1312, G, some rubbing to side Tanks, slight paint loss to footplate edges and damage to (paper) boiler lining £200-300
993.    A Finescale O Gauge Ex-L&SWR 'M7' class 0-4-4T Locomotive, from a kit, reasonably well-finished in unlined SR green with transferred golden-yellow lettering and number 106, G-VG, slight rusting to buffers £200-300
994.    A Finescale O Gauge Southern Railway 'L1' class 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, nicely made of nickel-silver and brass, possibly from a kit, and reasonably well-finished in lined SR olive green as no A782, with flywheel to motor, original ownership (postcode) plaque under footplate, overall G-VG, paint finish could be improved £300-500
995.    A Finescale O Gauge 12v Electric LMS Ivatt Class 4 'Mogul' Locomotive and Tender by Ludlows of Bolton, made by John Ratcliffe and painted TO A PROFESSIONAL STANDARD, with double chimney, finished in satin black as LMS no 3001 with post-war off-white 'outlined' decals, VG-E, one small paint chip to right-side front footplate, box VG-E

Announce painted to a professional standard although not by Simon Greenwood as originally attributed to. £1000-1500
996.    A Finescale O Gauge 12v Electric LNER Gresley A1/A3 Class Locomotive and Tender by Sunset Models (USA), finely modelled with detailed cab and conjugated valve gear, finished in lined LNER green as no 2563 'William Whitelaw', E-M, in original box, box E £600-800
997.    A Finescale O Gauge 12v Electric LNER Gresley A1/A3 Class Locomotive and Tender by Sunset Models (USA), finely modelled with detailed cab and conjugated valve gear, finished in lined BR green (with late totem) as no 60086 'Gainsborough', E-M, in original box, box E £600-800
998.    A Finescale O Gauge Kit-built LMS 'Jubilee' Class 4-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, nicely made up and finished in LMS lined crimson livery as no 5711 'Courageous', with single chimney, detailed cab and straight high-sided Tender, apparently made by David Thomas in 1983, VG-E, right side return crank needs re-fixing £500-700
999.    A Finescale O Gauge Ex-GNR Ivatt 'Large Atlantic' Locomotive and Tender, finely made with excellent details including backhead, and finished in LNER lined green as no 3284, fitted with Portescap motor and gearbox, VG, dust-spots under paint finish to loco and Tender, some paint loss from Tender underframe £400-600
1000.   A Finescale O Gauge Kit-built Ex-L&YR 'Pug' 0-4-0 Saddle Tank Locomotive by Sevenscal, nicely made up and finished in lightly-weathered late BR black as no 51218, with dumb buffers and finely detailed cab, VG-E, one cylinder drain cock missing, in original kit box, box G £120-180
1001.   A Scratchbuilt Finescale O Gauge LSWR 'Ex-Railmotor' 0-4-0 Tank Locomotive, beautifully made with detailed Walschaerts valve gear, finely finished in LSWR lined green as no 147, E £800-1000
1002.   A Finescale O Gauge 12v Electric LNER Gresley P2 Class 2-8-2 Locomotive and Tender by L H Loveless, finely modelled in Korea for LHL, with superb detailing, finished in lined LNER green as no 2002 'Earl Marischal' in streamlined condition, E-M, in original box, box E £1000-1500
1003.   A Finescale O Gauge 12v Electric LNER Gresley P2 Class 2-8-2 Locomotive and Tender by L H Loveless, finely modelled in Korea for LHL, with superb detailing, finished in lined LNER green as no 2001 'Cock O' The North' in original condition, E-M, in original box, box E £1000-1500
1004.   A Rake of Finescale O Gauge LNER 'Teak' Full Brake and Mail Vans by Fred Newman, comprising Royal Mail TPO van no 2151, 'Toplight' full brake/sorting vans 6769 and 6785, and full brake 4112, all in light brown/teak livery, all VG, 4112 with a minor damage to body and one bogie detached (4) £200-300
1005.   A Rake of Finescale O Gauge LNER 'Tourist Stock' Coaches by Fred Newman, all in the LNER Tourist green/cream livery, comprising articulated pairs 45001/2 and 45011/2, brake/3rd coaches 43502 and 43509, and buffet car, with interior detailing, all VG (2 twin-cars + 3) £400-600
1006.   A Finescale O Gauge Unmade LMS 'Duchess' Class Locomotive and Tender Kit by David Andrews, not checked exhaustively but appears complete, includes appropriate set of Slater's wheels, JH Motor/gear, Fox transfers and instructions, VG-E £200-300
1007.   A Finescale O Gauge Unmade SR/BR 'King Arthur' Class Locomotive and Tender Kit by Gladiator Models, Kit ref GL68, not checked exhaustively but appears complete, includes appropriate set of Slater's wheels, Maxon 'A-Max' Motor/gearbox, Premier Components coupling and connecting rods, VG-E, lacks instructions £150-250
1008.   A Finescale O Gauge Unmade GWR 'Bulldog' Class Locomotive and Tender Kit by David Andrews, to make the straight-framed version, not checked exhaustively but appears complete, includes appropriate set of Slater's wheels and instructions but no motor, VG-E £100-140
1009.   A Finescale O Gauge Unmade SR/BR 'King Arthur' Class Locomotive and Tender Kit by A C E Products, not checked exhaustively but appears complete as supplied, with instructions but NO motor or wheels, VG-E £100-140
1010.   A Part-built Finescale O Gauge GWR 'Castle' Class Locomotive and Tender Kit by David Andrews, with loco and Tender frames substantially made-up to a reasonable standard but need tidying, body kit in unmade state, not checked exhaustively but appears essentially complete, includes appropriate set of Slater's wheels, instructions and Canon motor unit, F-VG (2 boxes) £100-140
1011.   A Made-up Finescale O Gauge ex-Barry Railway Class A 0-6-0 Tank Locomotive from David Andrews Kit, reasonably well-made and painted in very glossy GWR unlined green as no 699, fitted with Buhler motor, complete with original kit instructions, frets and any surplus/unused components, G, will need attention to operate £80-120
1012.   A Made-up Finescale O Gauge GWR 14xx Class 0-4-2 Tank Locomotive from Scorpio Models Kit, reasonably well-made but rather heavily painted in very glossy GWR unlined green as no 1421, fitted with Mashima motor, complete with original kit instructions, frets and any surplus/unused components, G, will need attention to operate £80-120
1013.   A Made-up Finescale O Gauge Unpowered Ex-SR Bulleid 'Battle of Britain' Class Locomotive and Tender from Meteor Models Kit, reasonably well-made as a static model, and painted in gloss BR lined green as no 34057 'Biggin Hill', no motor or current collectors fitted, complete with original kit instructions, frets and any surplus/unused components in original kit box, F-G, rear pony truck incorrectly assembled £80-120
1014.   A Made-up Finescale O Gauge Ex-SR Bulleid 'Battle of Britain' Class Locomotive and Tender from Martin Finney Kit, reasonably well-made and painted in gloss BR lined green (early emblem) as no 34066 'Spitfire', with Canon motor unit fitted, F-G, will need attention to operate £150-200
1015.   A Made-up Finescale O Gauge BR Rebuilt Bulleid 'Battle of Britain' Class Locomotive and Tender from David Andrews Kit, reasonably well-made and painted in gloss BR lined green (late emblem) as no 34071 '601 Squadron', with Mashima motor unit fitted, complete with original kit instructions, frets and any surplus/unused components in original kit box, F-G, rear pony truck incorrectly assembled, will need attention to operate £150-200
1016.   A Made-up Finescale O Gauge BR Rebuilt Bulleid 'Merchant Navy' Class Locomotive and Tender from David Andrews Kit, reasonably well-made and painted in gloss BR lined green (late emblem) as no 35006 'Peninsular and Orient S N Co', with Mashima motor unit fitted, complete with original kit instructions, frets and any surplus/unused components in original kit box, F-G, rear pony truck incorrectly assembled, will need attention to operate £150-200
1017.   A Made-up Finescale O Gauge Ex-SR Maunsell 'Schools' Class Locomotive and Tender from David Andrews Kit, reasonably well-made but poorly painted in gloss BR lined green (early emblem) as no 30907 'Jags', with JH motor unit fitted, F-G, will need attention to operate £120-160
1018.   A Made-up Finescale O Gauge BR Standard 'Britannia' Class Locomotive and Tender from Seven Models Kit, reasonably well-made and painted in gloss BR lined green (late emblem) as no 70014 'Iron Duke', with Canon or similar motor unit fitted, complete with original kit instructions, frets and any surplus/unused components in original kit box, G, will need attention to operate £150-200
1019.   A Made-up Finescale O Gauge GWR Collett 'King' Class Locomotive and Tender from David Andrews Kit, reasonably well-made and painted in gloss GWR lined green as no 6015 'King Richard III', with JH motor unit fitted, complete with original kit instructions, frets and any surplus/unused components in original kit box, F-G, will need attention to operate £150-200
1020.   A Made-up Finescale O Gauge GWR Churchward 'Star' Class Locomotive and Tender from 'Just Like The Real Thing' Kit, reasonably well-made but poorly painted in gloss GWR lined green as no 4019 'Knight Templar', with Canon motor unit fitted, F-G, will need attention to operate £150-200
1021.   A Made-up Finescale O Gauge GWR Collett 'Castle' Class Locomotive and Tender from David Andrews Kit, reasonably well-made and painted in gloss GWR lined green as no 5014 'Goodrich Castle', with JH motor unit fitted, complete with original kit instructions, frets and any surplus/unused components in original kit box, F-G, will need attention to operate £150-200
1022.   A Made-up Finescale O Gauge GWR 'Dukedog' Class Locomotive and Tender from David Andrews Kit, reasonably well-made but poorly painted in gloss GWR unlined green as no 3200 'Earl of Mount Edgcumbe', with JH motor unit fitted, complete with original kit instructions, frets and any surplus/unused components in original kit box, F-G, will need attention to operate £120-160
1023.   A Made-up Finescale O Gauge GWR 'City' Class Locomotive and Tender from David Andrews Kit, reasonably well-made and painted in gloss GWR lined green as no 3440 'City of Truro', with JH motor unit fitted, complete with original kit instructions, frets and any surplus/unused components in original kit box, F-G, fall plate and some other small parts detached, will need attention to operate £150-200
1024.   A Made-up Finescale O Gauge GWR Straight-framed 'County' Class (4-4-0) Locomotive and Tender from David Andrews Kit, reasonably well-made and painted in gloss GWR lined green as no 3835 'County of Devon', with Mashima or similar motor unit fitted, complete with original kit instructions, frets and any surplus/unused components in original kit box, F-G, will need attention to operate £120-160
1025.   A Made-up Finescale O Gauge GWR Curved-framed 'County' Class (4-4-0) Locomotive and Tender from David Andrews Kit, reasonably well-made and painted in satin GWR lined green as no 3827 'County of Gloucester', with Mashima or similar motor unit fitted, complete with original kit instructions, frets and any surplus/unused components in original kit box, F-G, will need attention to operate £120-160
1026.   A Made-up Finescale O Gauge GWR 'Bulldog' Class Locomotive and Tender from Javelin Design Kit, reasonably well-made and painted in satin GWR unlined green as no 3377 'Penzance', with Mashima or similar motor unit fitted, complete with original kit instructions, frets and any surplus/unused components in original kit box, F-G, will need attention to operate £100-140
1027.   A Made-up Finescale O Gauge GWR 'Hall' Class Locomotive and Tender from Springside Models Kit, reasonably well-made and painted in satin GWR unlined green as no 4920 'Dumbleton Hall', with Mashima or similar motor unit fitted, complete with original kit instructions, frets and any surplus/unused components in original kit box, F, cab roof and front buffer beam detached, will need attention to operate £100-140
1028.   A Made-up Finescale O Gauge GWR 'Manor' Class Locomotive and Tender from Springside Models Kit, reasonably well-made and painted in satin GWR unlined green as no 7819 'Hinton Manor', with Mashima or similar motor unit fitted, complete with original kit instructions, frets and any surplus/unused components in original kit box, F, cab roof detached, will need attention to operate £100-140
1029.   A Made-up Finescale O Scale (Broad Gauge) GWR 'Rover' Class 4-2-2 Locomotive and Tender from Martin Finney Kit, to run on 49.2mm gauge track, fitted with Canon motor/gearbox unit, nicely made and finished in lined GWR gloss green as 'Sebastopol', G-VG, some blemishes to paintwork and lining, one Tender buffer and one loco footstep detached, included in original kit box with other residual parts and inside motion (3 inc box) £150-250
1030.   An O Gauge Finescale Southern Railway 2-NOL Electric Unit from EMU Models Kit, reasonably well-made and painted in gloss SR olive green as unit no 1847, with Mashima motor unit fitted, complete with original kit instructions, frets and any surplus/unused components in original kit boxes, G, slight gapping between body and underframe on motor unit, slight rusting to non-driven wheels (3 inc box of parts) £150-250
1031.   A Made-up Finescale O Gauge GWR Autocoach from Orion Railways Kit, a Hawksworth-designed example no 219, in GWR brown/cream livery, reasonably well-made but paintwork could be improved, G, in original kit box £60-90
1032.   A Made-up Finescale O Gauge GWR Autocoach from Scorpio Models Kit, an earlier example no 203, in very glossy GWR brown/cream livery, reasonably well-made but paintwork could be improved, G, unboxed £50-80
1033.   A Made-up Finescale O Gauge GWR Super-Saloon 'Queen Mary' from MSC Models Kit, reasonably well-made and finished in GWR brown/cream with detailed interior (one seat loose), G-VG, with original kit box, instructions and residual parts (2 inc box) £80-120
1034.   A Made-up Finescale O Gauge GWR Hawksworth 1st/3rd Composite Coach from Hurn Models Kit, to GWR diagram E163, in GWR brown/cream livery as no 7253, reasonably well-made but paintwork could be improved, G, in original kit box with instructions £70-100
1035.   Made-up Finescale O Gauge Bulleid Brake 3rd and BR Mk 1 Coaches from CRT and 'Easy-build' Kits respectively, both reasonably well-made, the Bulleid indifferently painted in SR green as no S4369S, with hand-lettered roof boards, F-G, the Mk 1 (also a brake/3rd) in LMR crimson as no M9201, F-G, excess adhesive on windows, each with original kit box and instructions (4 inc boxes) £100-140
1036.   An Unmade Finescale O Gauge Pullman 1st Parlour Kitchen Car Kit by Westdale, in original box, not checked exhaustively but appears essentially as supplied, VG £70-100
1037.   A Large Collection of Finescale Modellers Tools Transfers Materials and Components, including 6" Mini-roller set, drills, files, X-acto set, large quantity of HMRS transfer sheets (mostly GWR, SR and BR eras), brass and plastic materials, two coach interior kits and many other tools and accessories, mostly G-VG (qty in 2 boxes) £200-300
1038.   An Over-painted Finescale O Gauge ex-LMS 'Duchess' Class Locomotive and Tender by Gladiator Models, nicely made and originally finished in LMR crimson as no 46245 'City of London', subsequently with loco body and all of the Tender oversprayed in silver (apparently for a fashion party!), fortunately not overpainting the delicate loco wheels and motion, overall G, small dent to cab roof £200-300
1039.   A Large Collection of Scratch-and Kit-built Finescale O Gauge Buildings, including single- and double-track engine sheds, goods shed, a fine row of period shops, 'The Squinting Cat' pub, signal box (appears to lack roof), a Tudor-style almshouses block, mostly made od wood and card, together with some plastic-built station buildings and others, a GWR short bogie coach in brown/cream (lacking footboards), and other items, mostly painted to a very good standard, G-VG, some minor damages esp to protuberances (qty in 2 boxes) £140-180
1040.   A Large Collection of Finescale O Gauge Track by Peco and Scratchbuilt, including 120+ metre lengths flexi-track of Peco manufacture or similar with black sleepers, a large number of component-built track including 2 double-track cross-overs, curved points, diamond crossings and many others, majority hand-built with nickel-silver rail on coppered fibre sleepers, most appear unused, G, some small areas of corrosion (large qty in 2 boxes) £100-200
1041.   Unmade O Gauge Finescale Wagon Kits by Peco Slaters and Other Items, including two Peco W606 GWR box vans and W601 16T brake van, two Slater's 'Parkend' open coal wagons, GWR Cattle wagon and Chas Roberts open wagon, two more wagons by ABS, a GWR 'standard store shed' by NMB models, scenic fencing by Peco and Slater's, and other items, mostly VG, not checked exhaustively but appear complete (22) £60-80
1042.   Finescale O Gauge Signals and Other Lineside Accessories, six finely-made and painted operating lower-quadrant signals including a triple bracket signal, a 4-arm backing signal and 4 others, together with 5 street/yard lamps, 2 loading gauges, two water cranes, 4 fire devils, watchman's hut, telegraph poles and components, varying F-VG (qty) £70-100
1043.   Finescale O Gauge Platform Cranes Barrows Urinal and Other Station Accessories, comprising kit-built cranes (3 different), platform benches, a semi-dismantled 'pissoir', three GPO wicker mail trolleys (one missing a wheel), 6 other platform barrows/trolleys, dismantled pump trolley, two bicycles and other items, all nicely painted, G-VG, some minor damages or re-gluing needed £60-80
1044.   Finescale O Gauge Figures Animals and Other Accessories, the majority in white metal and nicely painted, including horses, cows, sheep, dogs, seated and standing passengers, station staff, workmen, milk churns, wicker baskets, wheelbarrows, milk churns, 2 Victorian post-boxes and many other items, mostly VG (qty) £100-140
1045.   A Heljan Finescale O Gauge BR (WR) 'Warship' Class Diesel Locomotive, ref 42001, in BR green without yellow warning panels, as no 801 'Vanguard', an exclusive edition of only 50 for Tower Models, E, appears unused, box E £350-450
1046.   A Heljan Finescale O Gauge BR (WR) 'Western' Class Diesel Locomotive, ref 52801, in BR green with yellow warning panels, as no D1003 'Western Pioneer', VG-E, appears very little used, box E £350-450
1047.   A Heljan Finescale O Gauge BR (WR) 'Hymek' Class Diesel Locomotive, ref 3580, in BR two-tone green with yellow warning panels, as no D7039, VG-E, appears very little used, box E £250-350
1048.   A Skytrex Finescale O Gauge BR (LMR) 'Class 40' Diesel Locomotive, ref 3580, in BR green with headcode discs, as no D201 'Empress of Britain', with resin-cast body, VG-E, appears very little used, in plain box £120-160
1049.   A Bachmann Brassworks Finescale O Gauge BR Standard Class 4MT 2-6-4 Tank Locomotive, made for Bachmann by San Cheng, China, finished in BR late-totem lined black as no 80005, G, some weathering applied to Tank sides and other areas, box VG £200-260
1050.   A Tower Models Japanese Brass Finescale O Gauge LMS Hughes-Fowler 'Crab' Class 2-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, in unpainted brass finish, VG-E, appears never run, box VG £300-500
1051.   A Tower Models Japanese Brass Finescale O Gauge GWR 45xx Class 2-6-2 Tank Locomotive, made in Japan by San Cheng, with 'stepped' footplate and outside Steam pipes, in unpainted brass finish, E, appears never run, box E £250-350
1052.   A Tower Models Japanese Brass Finescale O Gauge GWR 57xx Class 0-6-0 Pannier Tank Locomotive, with early-type cab, in unpainted brass finish, E, appears never run, box E £250-350
1053.   A Finescale O Gauge Ex-GWR 74xx Class 0-6-0 Pannier Tank Locomotive from Castle Kits Kit, reasonably well-made but poorly painted in 'weathered' BR late-totem black as no 7411, F-G, with original kit box £100-150
1054.   A Finescale O Gauge GWR 27xx Class 0-6-0 Pannier Tank Locomotive from Unknown Kit, reasonably well-made but poorly painted in GWR 'shirtbutton' green as no 2786, F-G, Tankside handrails bent £100-150
1055.   A Finescale O Gauge Kit-built GWR 14xx Class 0-4-2 Tank Locomotive from Unknown Kit, reasonably well-made and finished in matt GWR green as no 1434, G-VG £160-240
1056.   A Finescale O Gauge Kit-built Ex-GWR 45xx 'Small Prairie' Class 2-6-2 Tank Locomotive from Unknown Brass Kit, reasonably well-made with Portescap motor/gearbox and rather heavily painted in unlined BR late-totem green as no 4565, F-G £120-180
1057.   A Finescale O Gauge Kit-built Ex-GWR 61xx 'Large Prairie' Class 2-6-2 Tank Locomotive from Unknown Kit, reasonably well-made with older vertically-mounted motor/gearbox and rather heavily painted in unlined BR late-totem green as no 6160, F-G £120-180
1058.   A Finescale O Gauge Ex-GWR 63xx 'Mogul' Class 2-6-0 Locomotive and Tender from Unknown Kit, possibly adapted from a commercial model, painted in unlined BR early-totem black as no 6385, G, in an Ellis Clark dealer box £180-240
1059.   A Finescale O Gauge Scratchbuilt GWR 34xx 'Bulldog' Class 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, incorporating a Leeds (LMC) 'Standard' chassis and motor unit, (some fatigue to rear frame spacer), painted in unlined GWR gloss green as no 3447, Loco F-G, Tender P-F, in an Ellis Clark dealer box £100-140
1060.   A Finescale O Gauge Ex-GWR 28xx Class 2-8-0 Locomotive and Tender from Unknown Brass Kit, apparently made by C Osborne of Leicester, nicely-finished in weathered unlined BR early-totem black as no 2844, VG £300-440
1061.   A Finescale O Gauge GWR 47xx Class 2-8-0 Locomotive and Tender from Unknown Kit, of heavyweight construction with substantial drive gears and flywheel in cab, possibly an earlier kit, quite well-finished in semi-matt unlined GWR green as no 4703, G-VG, a few blemishes to paint finish, smokebox handles appear non-original £300-440
1062.   A Finescale O Gauge Scratchbuilt Ex-GWR 10xx 'County' Class 4-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, a double-chimney version, incorporating a worm-drive motor unit, reasonably well-made and painted in semi-weathered lined BR green (early motif) as no 1017 'County of Hereford', G, some blemishes to paintwork £250-350
1063.   A Finescale O Gauge Kitbuilt Ex-GWR 'Castle' Class 4-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, from unknown brass kit, with Portescap motor/gearbox unit, reasonably well-made and painted in gloss lined BR green (late motif) as no 5038 'Morlais Castle', G, some blemishes to paintwork £300-440
1064.   A Finescale O Gauge Kitbuilt Ex-GWR 'Castle' Class 4-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, from unknown brass kit, with worm-drive motor/gearbox unit, nicely made and finished in matt lined BR green (late motif) as no 7007 'Great Western', VG, some blemishes to paintwork £350-550
1065.   A Finescale O Gauge Kitbuilt GWR 'King' Class 4-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, from unknown brass kit, with Portescap motor/gearbox unit, reasonably well-made and painted in gloss lined GWR green as no 6018 'King Henry VI', G, some blemishes to paintwork and mismatched re-touching £300-440
1066.   A Finescale O Gauge Kit-built Ex-LMS Ivatt Class 2MT 2-6-2 Tank Locomotive from Unknown Kit, nicely-finished in weathered lined BR late-totem black as no 41298, VG £180-240
1067.   A Finescale O Gauge Kit-built Ex-LMS Class 3F 'Jinty' 0-6-0 Tank Locomotive from Unknown Kit, well-made and painted in part-weathered unlined BR late-totem black as no 47289, G-VG, side Tanks rougnly painted/weathered £140-180
1068.   A Finescale O Gauge Kit-built Ex-LMS Class 6P 'Jubilee' 4-6-0 Locomotive and Tender from Unknown Kit, well-made and reasonably painted in lined BR late-totem green as no 45570 'New Zealand', G-VG, various blemishes to paintwork £300-400
1069.   A Finescale O Gauge Kit-built Ex-LMS Class 8P 'Duchess' 4-6-2 Locomotive and Tender from Unknown Kit, well-made but rather indifferently painted in lined BR early-totem green as no 46229 'Duchess of Hamilton', F-G, left side return crank detached, right side rear driving wheel slightly loose on axle, rear pony truck frame appears home-made, numerous blemishes to paintwork £200-300
1070.   A Finescale O Gauge Kit-built Ex-LMS Class 8P 'Duchess' 4-6-2 Locomotive and Tender from Unknown Kit, reasonably well-made but rather indifferently painted in lined BR late-totem crimson as no 46220 'Coronation', F-G, some details crudely made or applied, numerous blemishes to paintwork £200-300
1071.   A Finescale O Gauge Ex-LMS Stanier Class 8F 2-8-0 Locomotive and Tender from Unknown Kit, nicely made and well-finished in semi-matt unlined late-totem BR black as no 48216, VG, supplied in an Ellis Clark dealer box £400-600
1072.   A Finescale O Gauge Kit-built Ex-GWR 63xx 'Collett Mogul' Class 2-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, possibly from a Springside kit, inscribed 'PMJ' below footplate which may be indicative of the builder or painter, nicely finished in unlined BR late-totem green as no 9306, VG £300-400
1073.   A Finescale O Gauge Kit-built BR Standard Class 7P 'Britannia' 4-6-2 Locomotive and Tender from Unknown Kit, reasonably well-made but rather indifferently painted in lined BR early-totem green as no 70014 'Iron Duke', G-VG, numerous blemishes to paintwork £300-400
1074.   A Finescale O Gauge Kit-built BR Standard Class 9F 2-10-0 Locomotive and Tender from Unknown Kit, nicely made and finished in unlined BR late-totem semi-matt black as no 92008, with weathered rods, G-VG, with footplate crew supplied loose £400-600
1075.   A Finescale O Gauge Kit-built SR 'U' Class 'Mogul' 2-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, nicely made and finished in lined SR Olive green as no 1412, VG, some slight damages/retouching to loco and Tender footsteps £300-400
1076.   A Finescale O Gauge Kit-built Ex-SR 'V' Class 'Schools' 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, reasonably well-made but rather indifferently painted in lined BR late-totem green as no 30910 'Merchant Taylors', F-G, numerous blemishes to paintwork £200-300
1077.   A Finescale O Gauge Kit-built SR 'H2' Class 'Atlantic' 4-4-2 Locomotive and Tender, from a nickel-silver kit, reasonably well-made but rather heavily painted in lined SR malachite green with 'sunshine' lettering as no 2423 'The Needles', F-G, numerous blemishes to paintwork, loose ballast weight in smokebox, in bespoke wooden carrying case £300-400
1078.   A Finescale O Gauge Kit-built Ex-SR 'H2' Class 'Atlantic' 4-4-2 Locomotive and Tender, reasonably well-made and painted in lined BR early-motif black as no 32424 'Beachy Head', G, several blemishes to soldering under paintwork, loose ballast weight in smokebox, in bespoke wooden carrying case £300-400
1079.   Finescale Kit-built O Gauge Freight Stock, from Peco, Three Aitch and other kits, including GWR 'Toad', LMS and LNWR 6-wheel Brake Vans, 2 cattle wagons, and LMS van and three Private owner coal wagons 'United', 'Baddesley' and 'Dunlops', made to a good standard, all G-VG (9) £80-120
1080.   A Finescale Kit-built O Gauge Pullman Car, well-made and painted in traditional Pullman umber/cream as 'Rosalind', G-VG £70-100
1081.   A Finescale Kit-built O Gauge LNER Teak Full Brake Coach, of real teak construction, possibly from CCW kit or similar, well-made and varnished in lined LNER teak as no 4151, VG £70-100
1082.   A Finescale O Gauge SR 3rd-Class Coach by Bonds or Similar, of wood construction, believed to be a Bonds 'super-model' 1930s coach with LMC bogies, neatly repainted (or overvarnished) in the original style in SR olive green as no 7890, as repaint, VG £70-100
1083.   Three Repainted Finescale O Gauge SR Coaches, of varied construction, comprising a card-sided brake/3rd no 3743 in malachite green, metal-bodied 1st-class corridor coach, un-numbered in 'Maunsell' green, both with Exley bogies, together with a wooden-bodied compartment-3rd in olive green, as repaints, F-G (3) £100-140
1084.   Two Kitbuilt Finescale O Gauge SR Utility Vans, comprising bogie van no 2222 in olive green, together with a 4-wheeled version no 52176 in BR (SR) green, both G-VG (2) £80-120
1085.   LOT WITHDRAWN

A Pair of Kitbuilt Finescale O Gauge GWR Brake/3rd Non-corridor Coaches, from unidentified brass kits, both well-made and finished in brown/cream livery as nos 4019 and 4365, both G-VG (2) £100-140
1086.   A Pair of Kitbuilt Finescale O Gauge GWR Brake/3rd Non-corridor Coaches, with unidentified kit bodies in the Exley style, on LMC bogies, both well-made and finished in brown/cream livery, un-numbered with GWR 'shirtbutton' motifs, both G-VG (2) £80-120
1087.   Two Kitbuilt Finescale O Gauge GWR Full Brake Coaches, comprising panelled van no 1209 in all-over brown livery, with straight-sided recessed-panel body, together with brown/cream full brake coach no 117, from unidentified kits, both G-VG (2) £80-120
1088.   GWR Kit/Scratch-built Finescale O Gauge Coaches, comprising an un-numbered brake/3rd coach with 'shirtbutton' motif, F-G, rather heavily painted, together with an 'Autocoach' no 187, apparently by (or from) Birmingham Model Supplies, made and finished to earlier standards, G, some cracking to roof paintwork (2) £80-120
1089.   A Rake of Three GWR Kit-built Finescale O Gauge Corridor Coaches, comprising brake/3rd coach no 6102, 1st/3rd composite no 6107 and brake/1st/3rd compo no 7915, all in GWR brown/cream livery with hand-painted lettering and interior detailing, all G, (3) £150-200
1090.   GWR Kit/Scratch-built Finescale O Gauge 'Special' Coaches, comprising an 'Ocean Mails' van no 1170, 1st class Cornish Riviera coach no 9087, and 12-wheeled Restaurant car no 9671 with interior detailing, all F-G, rather heavily painted, mail van with some mis-matched retouching, 1st coach windows distorted (3) £150-200
1091.   Two Kitbuilt Finescale O Gauge BR (LMR) Full Brake Coaches, comprising wooden-bodied van no M80725, and metal-bodied no M89071, both in all-over crimson livery, from unidentified kits, G-VG, latter with some door handles missing (2) £100-140
1092.   Three Kit/Scratchbuilt Finescale O Gauge LMS/BR (LMR) Full Brake Coaches, comprising wooden-bodied 6-wheel van no 89276M in BR crimson, with plastic-bodies clerestory 6-wheel (ex-Midland) full brake as LMS no 34087, and card-bodied 50' bogie van as LMS 32714, both in LMS crimson, F-G, paintwork variable (3) £80-120
1093.   Two Kitbuilt/Adapted Finescale O Gauge BR Mark 1 Coaches, comprising brake/composite no S6728 in carmine/cream, with interior detailing, G-VG, slight distortion to white-metal bogies, together with a modified Lima coach with replacement 1st class sides in red/cream, with replacement bogies, F-G (2) £80-120
1094.   A Finescale O Gauge Kit-built GWR 14xx Class 0-4-2 Tank Locomotive, nicely-made and finished in matt GWR green as no 1420, noted inside body as 'Built by M P Wheatley, 1991', VG-E, one front lamp iron and one rear 'bucket hook' missing £200-300
1095.   A Finescale O Gauge Kit-built BR Class 37 Diesel Locomotive, nicely-made and finished in matt BR green as no D6700, noted under body as 'Built by M P Wheatley, 2000', with twin motors and chain couplings to other axles, VG-E, one bogie guard iron missing £200-300
1096.   A Finescale O Gauge Scratch-built Battery-powered GNR Class N2 0-6-2 Tank Locomotive, reasonably well-made and painted in GNR green as no 1763, with condensing gear, noted under body as '1983', presumably the date, and possibly by M P Wheatley, F-G, NB this model has sockets at rear for an external power source, is NOT 2-rail £100-140
1097.   A Finescale O Gauge Kit-built LNER Class A4 4-6-2 Locomotive and Tender from Brass Kit, beautifully-made and finished in LNER garter blue as no 4498 'Sir Nigel Gresley', with Portescap motor/gearbox and corridor Tender, VG-E, in wooden carrying case £400-600
1098.   A Group of Kit-built Finescale O Gauge Freight Stock, from kits by Parkside Dundas, Three Aitch and Others, including brake vans, open wagons, departmental engineer's coach, bogie tube wagon and others, in various liveries, the majority in weathered condition, mostly G-VG (19) £120-180
1099.   A Finescale O Gauge LMS 'Duchess' Class 4-6-2 Locomotive and Tender by Unknown Maker, believed to be Chinese-made, substantially constructed and with many fine details, finished in LMS crimson as no 6233 'Duchess of Sutherland', Tender equipped with Analog/DCC and 2/3 rail switches, VG-E, NB no 3-rail pickups included (2) £700-1000
1100.   An Early Post-war Mettoy O Gauge Clockwork '490' Set, with green fixed-key 490 Locomotive, Tender, three 'GWR' bogie coaches and circle of track, G, slight discolouration to right side of cab, in original set box with blue/white printed 'Schools' label, box P £50-70
1101.   An ACE Trains O Gauge 3-rail Electric 'Mongrel' 4-4-4 Tank Locomotive, as made up from parts at the end of the first production, having LMS crimson Tank sides but Metropolitan Railway crests to cab, otherwise VG-E, unboxed £100-140
1102.   A Scratch-built O Gauge 3-rail Southern Railway 2-car Electric Unit, based on Bassett-Lowke or similar motor and bogies, bodies constructed of wood with some interior detailing, each car 18" long overall and finished in SR green as brake/3rd driving coach 11470 and 1st/3rd composite driving coach 11526, both F-G, roofs grubby and minor damages (2) £100-140
1103.   A Quantity of Original Leeds (LMC) O Gauge Carriage and Wagon Papers, including GWR 'shirtbutton' composites (28 sides), LMS brake/3rd (16 pairs +), LNER brake/3rd (5 pairs +), 2 LNER suburban short coach sets, various end papers, approx 9 assorted wagon sets and a large number of Pullman car sides, including 'Hazel', 'Doris', Blank name panel, 'Car No xx Third Class', and a few 'Car No 86 Third Class', mostly VG, a few partially stuck together (qty) £70-100
1104.   An Uncommon O Gauge Clockwork Dutch Market Train Set by Bub, in original set box showing NS Electric loco no 1302 to lid, containing 4-wheeled 'Electric' no 1108 in NS blue livery, two DB blue bogie coaches and circle of track, together with some additional rails including X crossing, mostly F, c/w slips in one direction, moderate playwear, slight filigree corrosion to coaches, box P-F, splits to corners £50-80
1105.   A Bowman O Gauge Model 234 Live Steam Locomotive Only, in LNER green, with 6-wick spirit burner, F-G, generally grubby and slightly rusty but essentially complete except for no Tender, in mostly-dismantled original wooden box with instructions and Bowman publicity leaflet, box P, papers P-F £70-100
1106.   A Scratchbuilt O Gauge Live Steam Spirit-Fired 0-4-0T Locomotive, of proportions roughly between Bowman's 265 and 300 types, substantially built with boiler, cylinders and cab in planished brass, solid disc wheels and non-reversing twin oscillating cylinders, 5-wick burner with securing screw, and polished alloy side sheets, overall G-VG, has been moderately Steamed £80-120
1107.   A Märklin O Gauge Clockwork '990' 0-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, in Continental-style red-lined black livery, no 990 to cabsides, P-F, spring broken, damage to cab and front buffer beam (2) £50-80
1108.   A Märklin O Gauge Clockwork LNWR 'Experiment' 4-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, in LNWR red-lined black livery as no 66 'Experiment', F, mech tested ok, damage to cab and Tender, chimney missing, general crazing to paint finish with loss of right side and cab number, paint chips to dome and footplate, generally grubby (2) £200-300
1109.   An Incomplete Coarse-Scale O Gauge Scratchbuilt GWR 28xx Locomotive Project, apparently started during WWII using a small proportion of commercial parts, the remarkably-detailed superstructure made up from copper, with brass frames and (slightly rusty) cast-iron wheels, fitted with coupling rods, and a substantial roller-bearing motor, the Tender similarly-constructed with sprung axleboxes and other features, overall P-F, both cylinders detached, one connecting rod missing, generally grubby/corroded, various smaller components included (qty) £100-150
1110.   A Collection of Incomplete Coarse-Scale O Gauge Rolling Stock and Track, including three LMS coach bodies, possibly from CCW or similar kits, 4 vans, 3 open wagons all in wooden with LMC or similar axle fittings, a bogie bolster wagon, three modern Peco plastic finescale wagons, a group of made-up 2-rail brass track sections including a double-track turnout and double-track crossover, together with a box of spare components including wheels, buffers, axleguards, track chairs and many other small parts, mostly F (qty) £100-150
1111.   A Chad Valley O Gauge Clockwork 'Flying Scotsman' Train, with blue 4-4-0 Locomotive no 10138, Tender, two 'sausage' 1st class coaches no 10139 and matching brake/3rd no 10141, all G-VG, mech tested ok, loco front bogie needs re-fitting, slight filigree corrosion to 1st class coaches £70-100
1112.   O Gauge and Floor Train Items, comprising Hornby LMS clockwork pre-war M3 0-4-0T Locomotive, mech tested ok but wheels u/s, with a piece of straight track, Chad Valley Junction distant signal, and a Rossignol no 600 0-5-0 floor Locomotive (chimney and one wheel missing!), both locos P, various damages and as noted (4) £60-90
1113.   A Van Reimsdijk O Gauge Clockwork London Tram, in London Transport red/cream livery with possibly non-original blue roof, fitted with 2-axle 'intermittent' mechanism (designed to pause at tram stops and re-start), with destination '35 Holborn' and '35 Purley' to opposite ends, manufacturer's label to underside with inked number 451, supplied with a key, overall G, mech tested ok, some paint damage from old bubble-wrap and paint loss to roof (2 inc key) £90-120
1114.   A Leeds Model Co O Gauge 3-rail LMS 'Tilbury' 4-4-2T Locomotive, pre-dating the 'standardised' LMC chassis arrangement, finished in plain LMS black as no 2176, F-G, wheels and mechanism all appear sound, serious paint flaking to boiler and crazing to Tank sides £100-140
1115.   A Kit-built O Gauge 2-rail Hunslet 0-6-0 Saddle Tank Locomotive by 85A models, from the kit manufactured 1992-8, neatly made-up and left in original black, F-G, both front buffers damaged/missing, red paint flaking from coupling rods, part of left side handrail missing £60-90
1116.   Repainted/Modified Tri-ang Big Big O Gauge Coaching Stock, Eleven coaches, comprising 7 in brown, 2 green, one BR blue/grey, all repainted, and another blue/grey with cut-outs to sides, overall P-F (11) £60-90
1117.   A Tri-ang Big Big O Gauge 'Hymek' Locomotive and Rolling Stock, an original battery-operated 'Blue Flier' loco, G, buffers replaced with brass ones, with two BR blue/grey coaches, (one with original box), an American-style yellow/red coach lacking bogies, 3 blue bogie gondola wagons, 11 red and 5 green mineral wagons, and one green skip wagon, mostly G-VG, some a little grubby (24) £100-140
1118.   Lima O Gauge 2-rail Locomotives and Rolling Stock, including one boxed and one unboxed LMS black 4F 0-6-0 Locomotives and Tenders, a spare red LMS Tender, 3 boxed bogie Tank wagons, 3 boxed Continental-style vans and 3 more unboxed, 4 ex-Tri-ang open mineral wagons in PO liveries, a coach and van by Timpo, two others by Atlas and Rivarossi, and other O gauge items, mostly G-VG, boxes F (qty) £100-140
1119.   A Leeds Southern Electric and Other Older O Gauge Trains, including a partially-dismantled 3-car Electric unit in SR green with one driving motor coach and two trailers, all F, motor bogie and one other supplied loose, some other parts missing, together with a collection of playworn/rusty Hornby and Brimtoy rolling stock, an incomplete BR black Brimtoy c/w Locomotive, and a Lionel Caboose, mostly P (qty) £70-100
1120.   A Collection of O Gauge and Other Wooden Railway Accessories, including various stations, platforms and components, one by 'AB Co', another possibly Bassett-Lowke, attractively-painted wooden level crossing, 'Canterbury No 1' signalbox and buffer stop, another buffer stop by Bing, footbridge in sections, large level crossing, a modern pack of Dapol O Gauge figures, unopened, and other items, varying P-VG, some incomplete or damaged (qty in 2 boxes) £60-80
1121.   An American Marx O Gauge 3-rail Goods Train Set, ref 5942, containing black 0-4-0 Steam Locomotive, Union Pacific Tender, green Lehigh Valley gondola, red/grey Pennsy box car and yellow/brown U P caboose, together with track and US market transformer/controller, G, gondola and box car have plastic buckeye couplers, slight corrosion to caboose roof £50-80
1122.   A Märklin O Gauge Clockwork LNER 0-6-0 Tank Locomotive, ref TM 1020, with sprung buffers and speed control, all in original LNER lined green finish, F-G, mech tested ok, body straight, with a few chips to paintwork and substantial craquelure to varnish on boiler top, smokebox and cab roof £200-280
1123.   A Scratchbuilt O Gauge Battery-Electric LMS 2P Class 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, in lined gloss black as no 654, the loco fitted with small can motor and geared drive, the Tender with battery compartment, F-G £50-80
1124.   Bub and Bing O Gauge Trains and Hornby No 2 Tunnel, comprising a Bub Continental-style 0-4-0 clockwork loco and Tender in red-lined black, mech needs attention otherwise G-VG, together with two Bub tan/crimson British-market coaches, two Bing LMS '1927' open wagons, cattle wagon and barrel wagon with 4 barrels, a Bing buffer stop and two Bub signals (one with triple-doll), all G-VG, and a part-boxed Hornby no 2 straight tunnel, F-G, box F, lid is replacement (12 in 2 boxes) £100-150
1125.   A Novo O Gauge 'Big Big' Passenger Train Set, made in USSR with the Tri-ang tooling, including battery-operated 'Hymek' Diesel loco and two coaches in blue/white, with plastic track, signal, assembly station with bell, all VG-E, in original set box, box G but with some rodent damage to base £40-60
1126.   Lima O Gauge 2-rail Class 33 Diesel Locomotives, comprising one in BR green as no D6506 and two in BR blue, both as D6524, all VG-E, boxes F-G (3) £90-120
1127.   Two Lima O Gauge 2-rail SNCF Locomotives, both as no 67001, one in red and one in blue SNCF livery, both VG-E, boxes F-G (2) £60-90
1128.   A Lima O Gauge 2-rail LMS 4F Locomotive and Coaching Stock, the Locomotive no 4683 with Tender in crimson, together with four matching coaches, all VG-E, boxes F-G (5 boxes) £80-120
1129.   A Lima O Gauge 2-rail BR Class 33 Diesel Locomotive and Coaching Stock, the Locomotive no D6524 in BR blue with yellow cab ends, together with seven 1st/3rd composite and two brake/3rd BR blue/grey coaches, all VG-E, boxes F-G (10 boxes) £100-140
1130.   A Lima O Gauge 2-rail 0-4-0 Diesel Shunting Locomotive and Freight Stock, the Locomotive in uncommon turquoise livery with 'Esso' decals, together with 6 assorted bogie Tank wagons, two container wagons each with 3 containers, a long bogie pipe wagon and 6 assorted Continental wagons, all VG-E, boxes P-F (16) £120-160
1131.   Lima O Gauge 2-rail Freight Stock, mostly private owner coal wagons, including Hall & Dean, North Thames Gas and others, with GWR 'Toad' brake van and others in later BR liveries all VG-E, boxes P-G (13) £80-120
1132.   Lima O Gauge 2-rail Freight Stock, mostly private owner coal wagons, including Dearne Valley, North Thames Gas and others, with GWR 'Toad' brake van and others in later BR liveries all VG-E, boxes P-G (13) £80-120
1133.   Lima O Gauge 2-rail SNCF Coaching Stock, comprising three cars in green/white, one all-green, two 'Gril Express' cars, three red/cream coaches and one red restaurant car, all VG-E, boxes F-G (10) £80-120
1134.   Lima O Gauge 2-rail DB Coaching Stock, comprising three cars in green and five in red/pale grey, all VG-E, boxes F-G (8) £70-100
1135.   Lima O Gauge 2-rail Track, including 8 right hand 6831/E points and 8 left-hand 6832/E, 6 'X' crossings no 6822, 5 boxes 6801 straight rails, 1 box 6811 curves and 16 more loose, together with 6 buffer stops, mostly VG, one or two with some damages, boxes mostly F (qty) £80-120
1136.   Peco O Gauge 2-rail Points and Other Scenic Accessories, including two Peco Streamline E791X RH points and four E792X LH points, all 6ft radius live-frog type, with two Lionel Auto Block signals, Automatic Crossing Gate and an Illuminated Freight Station, another American-style kit building, and boxed Faller Hit-train container depot ref 3284, mostly G-VG, boxes F-VG (qty) £80-120
1137.   A Märklin O Gauge 3-rail Electric Continental-style 0-4-0 Steam Locomotive and Tender, with 4-volt mechanism, the Locomotive finely tinprinted in lined black with no 1040 to cabside, Märklin trademark and 'Württemberg' rubber-stamped below cylinder block, and matching hand-finished Tender, G-VG, pick-up shoe replaced with copper strip and lamp fitted to front buffer beam, otherwise moderate playwear and congealing of cab roof varnish (2) £100-150
1138.   A Märklin O Gauge 3-rail Electric Midland Railway 4-4-0 Steam Locomotive and Tender, with 4-volt mechanism, the Locomotive finely tinprinted in lined crimson with no E3130 to cabside, Märklin trademark rubber-stamped below smokebox, and matching tinprinted Tender no 385, F, pick-up shoe missing, major crease to left side splasher and footplate and other damage to cab and Tender (2) £150-250
1139.   A Very Early Märklin O Gauge Clockwork 0-2-2 Locomotive Tender and Gas Tank Wagon, ref 1020B from circa 1900, the Locomotive in hand-painted dark green with red wheels, red and gold lining, with non-reversing mechanism, broad chimney, front coupling and external brake shoes, F-G, various damages to chimney and cab, mech tested ok but brake does not latch 'off', with a similar dated but not necessarily original Tender (possibly by Bing), with rivet-detail to sides and Bing-type coupler though whels appear to be Märklin, a suitable winding key, and a c.1900 Märklin gas Tank wagon in grey/black with green springs, F-G, some corrosion (4 inc key) £500-800
1140.   A Bing O Gauge Clockwork LMS 'George the Fifth' Locomotive body Tender and LNWR Bogie Coach, the body and Tender in crimson as no 5320, P-F, no mechanism or wheels, some damages/modifications, together with 'shortie' coach 132-33 in LNWR brown/ivory, F-G, moderate playwear (3) £40-60
1141.   Bing and Hornby O Gauge Freight Stock, comprising Bing Tank wagons Shell (red) and BP (buff), with NE open wagon, together with Hornby OAG National Benzole Tank wagon, LMS gas cylinder, timber and open wagons, all F-G, some with non-original wheels £40-60
1142.   A Repainted Leeds Model Co O Gauge 3-rail LNER D11 Class 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, with pre-war brass-framed mechanism, repainted in LNER apple green as no 2670, as repaint F-G (2) £80-120
1143.   A Boxed JEP O Gauge High-Voltage Electric Train Set, including 4-wheel tin-printed 'PO' Electric Locomotive in green, blue/cream Pullman coach and grey Fourgon, track, a primitive 2-speed controller and splendid 110v resistance lamp bulb, all VG in original set box, box VG NB: Electrical items are sold as a work of art and are NOT suitable for use in UK £120-160
1144.   A Scratchbuilt/Bassett-Lowke O Gauge 3-rail/Stud ex-LNER K3/2 Class 'Mogul' Locomotive and Tender, with scratch-built body and Tender, now fitted with a B-L mechanism and skate current collector, painted in BR lined black as no 61957, F-G (2) £100-140
1145.   A Scratchbuilt/Kitbuilt O Gauge 3-rail/Stud GWR 37xx Class 'Pannier' Tank Locomotive, built and painted to a fair standard as Great Western no 3725, with wide Collett-design cab, and nice detailing including crew, fireirons etc, G £100-140
1146.   Finescale Kit/Scratchbuilt O Gauge L&NWR Cleminson 6-wheeled Coaching Stock, a rake of three comprising an all-3rd, brake/3rd and 1st/3rd/baggage composite, all from brass kits, nicely made and finished in lined plum and spilt milk livery, all VG, together with a plastic kit-built Parcel Van no 9671, again nicely lined in a greenish version of the livery, G, lacks couplings and some other small details (4) £120-160
1147.   A Pair of Fred Newman O Gauge Cheshire Lines Coaches, both in CLC 'teak' finish with raised lining to panels, comprising 1st/3rd composite no 312 and brake/3rd no 341, both F-G, both suffering some corrosion to underframes and steel parts from damp storage (2) £100-140
1148.   Two Fred Newman O Gauge Coaches, comprising Great North of Scotland Railway brake 1st/3rd composite no 934, F, rather heavily painted in cherry red/ivory livery, together with 12-wheel Pullman car 'Mary Beaton', G, both suffering some corrosion to underframes and steel parts from damp storage (2) £70-100
1149.   Two Fred Newman O Gauge Coaches, comprising ex-GNR 3rd class no 41377, together with LNER brake/3rd no 7573 with raised panelling and lining, both in LNER teak-brown, F-G, both suffering some corrosion to underframes and steel parts from damp storage, the former with some bending to whitemetal bogies (2) £70-100
1150.   An O Gauge LMS Suburban 1st/3rd Coach by EK Models and Leeds GWR 'Siphon' Van, the coach in metal with interior detail, finished in crimson as no 16598, VG-E, the GW Siphon G of wood with repro paper sides and white-metal bogies, as repro VG (2) £70-100
1151.   O Gauge LNER Clerestory Coaches by Fred Newman and Highfield Models, comprising ex-GNR Director's Saloon no 43909 by Newman, with interior detailing, F, windows messy with paint and/or adhesive marks, some slight corrosion to underframe, the Highfield coach 1st/3rd composite no 22243, both in LNER teak-brown, both F-G, (2) £70-100
1152.   Early Bing O Gauge Railway Accessories, comprising Continental-style level crossing with lifting barriers, G, one area of paint loss to base panel, a capstan-wound 7" diameter 4-road turntable, G, again, some paint loss, and a Victoria Station approx 24" long over platform, with original candle-holder, P-F, chimney and one wing-wall missing, various other damages (3) £60-90
1153.   A Repainted Bowman Live Steam Model 234 Locomotive and Tender, a 'nominal' 4-4-0 Locomotive, repainted in lined LNER green as no 231, complete with safety valve, level plugs and original 6-wick burner, the Tender with replacement whels and additional detailing to coal space, to loco in original brown-striped card box, as repaint G-VG, box F-G, with original instructions, P (2) £80-120
1154.   An American O Gauge 5-car 'City of San Francisco' Coach Set by MTH, all in C of SF yellow livery with red lining, comprising baggage car SF-104, 'Union Square', 'Seal Rocks', 'Montgomery Street', and rear Observation car 'Russian Hill', all E in original box, box VG-E £200-300
1155.   A Japanese Brass American O Gauge Finescale Union Pacific 4-8-4 Locomotive and Tender, by KTM or similar, finished in UP black as no 839, with 14-wheeled Tender, VG, some small chips to cab roof and left-side footplate, unboxed, together with a Delaware & Hudson Caboose no 35804 by unknown maker, VG (3 inc Tender) £400-600
1156.   A Finescale O Gauge Battery-operated Radio-controlled LNER Class D16 Locomotive and Tender, an ex-GER 4-4-0, possibly kit-or scratch-built, complete with R/C unit, overall VG, appears to be in working order, together with two boxed Hornby O Gauge signals, both VG (4) £150-200
1157.   A Lenz DCC Control Set suitable for O Gauge or Other Trains, comprising power unit, control box, hand-unit LH100 and roving unit LH200, together with instructions and connecting block, all G-VG, some parts with old layout wiring attached (qty) £100-150
1158.   Note: The following five lots were purchased by the vendor in the early 1990's from Nigel Turner soon after he had bought the Bassett-Lowke company from Anne Ritchie: A Large Group of Original Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Transfers and Labels, including numerous sheets of SR/GWR/LNER/BR transfers, B-L trademark transfers , black/yellow box labels, eight engraved B-L screw-on maker's plaques, and various others from the later B-L period, together with various part-used transfer sheets, mostly G-VG (qty) £80-120
1159.   Original Bassett-Lowke O Gauge 'Duchess' Class Name and Numberplates, comprising 73 unplated 'Duchess of Montrose' plates and one nickel-plated with studs, 2 unplated 'Duchess of Gloucester' plates, 7 plated with studs and 2 more plated without studs, together with 23 smokebox numberplates '6232' (for Montrose), all VG-E (qty as listed) £80-120
1160.   Original Bassett-Lowke O Gauge 'Coronation' and 'Princess Elizabeth' Name and Numberplates, comprising 4 nickel-plated 'Coronation' plates (2 with studs and two with separate studded backing plates), 62 unplated Coronation crowns and one nickel-plated, and 3 nickelled oval buffer heads for same, together with 16 painted 'Princess Elizabeth' nameplates and 14 smokebox numberplates '6201', all VG-E (qty as listed) £80-120
1161.   Original Bassett-Lowke O Gauge 'Royal Scot' Name and Numberplates, comprising 5 unplated small 'Royal Scot' plates and three painted (red) with backing plates, 58 unplated 'Royal Scot' plates with added inscription regarding the USA tour, (some slightly mis-pressed), and 99 smokebox numberplates '6100', mostly VG-E (qty as listed) £80-120
1162.   Assorted Original Bassett-Lowke O Gauge Locomotive Name and Numberplates, comprising 1 pair 'John Bunyan', 5 'Arsenal', 1 pair 'Silver Fox', 1 pair 'Silver Jubilee' (LMS type), 1 pair SR 'Beachy Head' with cabside plates, 1 pair SR 'Lancing' with cabsides, 1 pair SR 'Lord Collingwood', 1 pair 'Enterprise' (BR 60111), 1 pair 'Flying Scotsman' transfer nameplates, and various GWR and other individual plates including 'Hunslet' bonnet plate and assorted GWR cabside numberplates, mostly VG, (qty) £80-120
1163.   A Pair of James Beeson O Gauge 'Duchess of Hamilton' Locomotive Nameplates, finely-etched brass, in original Beeson packet, VG-E £50-80
1164.   A Set of James Beeson O Gauge GWR King/Castle Driving Wheels, comprising six wheels on sleeved axles, 4 with long crankpins and 2 short, all VG-E (3 axle sets) £50-80
1165.   A Set of James Beeson O Gauge GWR King/Castle Tender Wheels, comprising six wheels on axles, all VG, some paint residue (red/brown) to wheel spokes (3 axle sets) £50-80
1166.   A Copy of the Limited Edition Book 'James Stanley Beeson', published in 1999 by Faculty Publishing, LE no 258, the definitive book about JSB and his exquisite models, in blue imitation leather covers with slipcase, VG, slight detachment of book blocks from spine £70-100
1167.   A Collection of Hornby O Gauge Freight Stock Spare Tender and Paya Station, wagons including 3 SR open wagons, SR flat wagon with container, SR milk traffic van, a Fyffes Banana van with dark green base and 6 others, the Tender a no 1 special in repainted SR black as no B343, mostly F, general playwear, banana van paintwork flaky, GW brake van mostly repainted, together with a modern Paya self-assembly type station in 2-tone green with white trim, on grey-edged wooden platform, with interior lighting, G-VG (15 inc container) £60-90
1168.   An Exley O Gauge Southern Railway Brake/3rd Coach, in SR green as no 5081, with interior detailing, overall VG, a few small chips/marks to paintwork £200-300
1169.   An Exley O Gauge Southern Railway Brake/3rd Coach, in SR green as no 6284, with interior detailing, overall VG, a few small chips/marks to paintwork £200-300
1170.   An Early Märklin O Gauge Level Crossing, approx 7" long and in the English style with lattice gates, the base hand-enamelled in sandy orange with green 'vegetation', G-VG, both operating poles and one small gate clip missing £40-60
1171.   A Scratchbuilt O Gauge ex-LMS 'Patriot' Class Locomotive and Tender, apparently incorporating various Bassett-Lowke components, for 3-rail or possibly 2-rail operation, painted in BR lined green as no 45546 'Fleetwood', F, 3-rail pickups missing, one smoke deflector detached, (2 + loose deflector) £80-120
1172.   A Milbro O Gauge 2-(or 3-)rail LMS 2-6-4 Tank Locomotive, presently adapted for 2-rail running (but appears to have been converted from 3-rail), possibly partially repainted in matt black as LMS no 2618, G, 3 small dents to cab roof £200-300
1173.   Two Leeds (LMC) O Gauge BR Bakelite Coaches, both nicely restored in BR red/cream, as 3rd class E12175 and 1st class E21452, both with modified bogies and 2-rail wheels, as restorations both G-VG, truss rods to 1st need re-fixing £70-100
1174.   A Repainted Exley O Gauge LMS 1st/3rd Class Sleeping Car, reasonably well re-finished in LMS crimson as car 591, with original bogies, as repaint G, some odd wheels fitted £100-150
1175.   An Exley O Gauge Southern Railway Brake/3rd Coach, in SR green as no 8646, with interior detailing, overall G-VG, a few small chips/marks to paintwork and old retouching, bogies appear non-original £100-150
1176.   An Exley O Gauge GWR 1st/3rd Class Restaurant Car, in GWR chocolate/cream as no 9611, with interior detailing, F-G, considerable retouching to body sides, roof repainted, some odd wheels fitted £100-150
1177.   Two Repainted Exley O Gauge Suburban Coaches, comprising GWR 'shirtbutton' 3rd class no 5634, fitted with whitemetal bogies, and SR green brake/3rd no 3456, with Bassett-Lowke type bogies, as repaints both F, some odd wheels fitted (2) £100-150
1178.   Two O Gauge Southern Railway Corridor 3rd Class Compartment Coaches, believed to be by Bond's O' Euston Road, both in largely-retouched SR green, as nos 3175 and 3177, both fitted with Bond's bogies, both G (2) £140-200
1179.   Two Repainted Exley O Gauge Southern Railway Corridor Coaches, comprising 1st class no 8881 in largely-retouched SR green, with replacement white metal bogies, together with a brake/3rd repainted in malachite green with 'sunshine' lettering as no 890, with original Exley bogies, as retouched/repaints both F (2) £120-180
1180.   Two Retouched Exley O Gauge GWR K5 Type Corridor Coaches, both in chocolate/cream, comprising 1st/3rd class composite no 9995, G, with substantial retouching especially to one side, together with all-third no 6625, P-F, substantially retouched esp around windows and underframe, truss rods replaced, both with original Exley bogies, (2) £120-180
1181.   Two Exley O Gauge GWR K5 Type Corridor Coaches, comprising full brake no 1120, with hand-painted numbering, G-VG, wheels replaced, some slight corrosion to roof, one side window glazing dislodged, together with all-third no 9132 with GWR 'shirtbutton' motifs, P-F, substantially retouched on both sides, bogies possibly replaced (2) £140-200
1182.   Two Exley O Gauge GWR K5 Type Corridor Coaches, comprising 3rd class no 8098, with 'Great (crest) Western' to sides, F-G, bogies replaced with whitemetal type, body and underframe moderately retouched, together with 1st class no 5518 with transferred motifs, F-G, odd non-original bogies fitted, possibly a total repaint reasonably well executed (2) £140-200
1183.   Two Exley or Bond's O Gauge LMS Corridor Coaches, comprising 1st/3rd composite repainted in crimson as no 4492, possibly a pre-war example, as repaint F-G, slight bubble-wrap damage, together with 3rd class Dining Car 20707 with Exley bogies, G, some retouching (2) £200-300
1184.   Two Exley O Gauge LMS K5 Type Corridor Coaches, both in retouched LMS maroon, comprising 1st/3rd class no 4888, together with short full brake no 31187, both with non-original bogies fitted, both heavily retouched (2) £100-140
1185.   Lima 2-rail and Tri-ang Battery-operated O Gauge Locomotives, comprising a neatly-adapted Thompson 2-6-4T in LNER green as no 9000, built around a Lima mechanism, a 'standard' black Lima 4F no 4547, both for 2-rail running, together with two repainted Tri-ang/Novo Big Big 'Hymek' Diesels (one converted for 2-rail) and an 0-6-0 Tank Locomotive, varying P-VG (5) £90-120
1186.   Leeds (LMC) and Other O Gauge Freight Stock, comprising 8 Bakelite-bodied vans and one open wagon, various liveries, (2 vans incomplete), together with two wood-bodied open wagons and a smaller BR van, all fitted with finescale wheels, varying P-G, some overpainting/weathering and minor damages (12) £70-100
1187.   A Lionel O gauge 3-rail Electric Train Set, mostly in individual boxes, including No 221 2-6-4 Locomotive and 221W whistling Tender, three 2430/2431 Pullman cars in blue, with track and vintage control equipment (sold only as work of art), together with instruction book and a 1947 Lionel catalog, mostly F-G, some corrosion to top of loco body (qty) £70-100
1188.   A Fine Märklin O Gauge 20-volt German Passenger Train Set, set containing 0-4-0 Locomotive R66/12910 in lined green, with Tender, two 3rd class balcony 4-wheel coaches no 17270, matching baggage van no 17280 and track, all E, in original set box, box F, some staining to lid and damages to label; previously sold at Christies in December 1994 £400-600
1189.   An Uncommon and Early Carette O Gauge Clockwork '4-4-0' Locomotive and Tender, actually a single-driver with 'skating' coupling rods, finely printed in Midland Railway crimson as no 1632, with high-sided 6-wheel Tender, with key, overall G-VG, mech tested ok, some minor damages/scratches, tarnishing to brass fittings (3 inc key) £100-140
1190.   A Bowman O Gauge Model 234 Live Steam Locomotive and Tender, in LNER green as no 4472, with original burner, safety valve and fittings, with two original Bowman oil tubes, overall G, usual scorching to boiler, in original card boxes, boxes F (2 boxes) £100-140
1191.   Three Fine Bing O Gauge LMS 'Shortie' Bogie Coaches, comprising two 1st/3rd composite coaches, (one numbered 1924, the other un-numbered) and full brake no 1924, all VG, very slight crazing to varnish, a few small chips mainly to roofs (3) £100-140
1192.    A Bing O Gauge Wayside Station and Bassett-Lowke Enamel Signs Display Board, the station with twin 2-storey buildings linked by veranda, ramp to one end of platform, mostly in yellow brickwork with red mortar lines, P-F, two chimney pots missing, general fading especially to red printing, other minor damages, together with a varnished display board 27" x 5" liberally festooned with B-L tinprinted signs including 'Primus Engineering', 'Polytechnic Tours' and other uncommon examples, 37 in total, mostly G-VG, approx 4 with moderate damage (2) £80-120
1193.   Lima O Gauge 2-rail Electric Trains, comprising BR blue class 33 Diesel Locomotive no D6524, two BR blue/grey coaches, three in LMS crimson and two in BR red/cream, together with three continental style bogie petrol Tankers, Texaco, Mobiloil and BP, all G-VG, unboxed (11) £80-120
1194.   Lima O Gauge 2-rail Freight Stock, comprising 2 'Toad' Brake Vans, 7 different private owner coal wagons with added coal loads, two longer steel coal wagons ditto, a 'Schweppes' ferry van and freightliner runner with three containers, all F-VG, unboxed (13) £60-80
1195.   Four Repainted Leeds Model Co (LMC) Bakelite O Gauge Coaches, very nicely restored in BR Carmine/cream as Brake/3rd no (R)1508, with full coaches nos (H)1808, (N)1682 and (R)1652, as repaints all VG-E, one buffer missing and one broken (4) £80-120
1196.   A Buco O Gauge 3-rail Electric Locomotive and Rolling Stock, comprising a green 1-B-1 pantograph Locomotive no 304, G-VG, 'EST' transfers and 'Paris' lettering added to sides, together with a 4-wheel 2nd/3rd class coach in SBB green, G, some fading/retouching, and a grey SBB luggage van no 8644, G-VG (3) £80-120
1197.   A JEP O Gauge 3-rail NORD 'Fleche D'Or' 4-6-2 Pacific Locomotive and Tender, with 'Bass-Volt' S.59 motor, in traditional Nord brown livery with stencilled yellow lining to cabsides and smoke deflectors, VG-E, a little retouching to cylinders (2) £250-350
1198.   A JEP O Gauge 3-rail Streamlined SNCF 4-4-4 Locomotive and Tender, with 'Bass-Volt' S.59 motor, in SNCF brown livery with brass bands, VG, moderate light scratches and playwear (2) £180-250
1199.   Two JEP O Gauge 3-rail 'Flêche D'Or' Wagons-Lits Coaches, in finely-lithographed CIWL brown/cream livery with 'Golden Arrow' motifs, both with original lighting sets fitted, both G-VG, with moderate playwear, one has several scratches to roof (2) £200-300
1200.   JEP O Gauge 3-rail 'Flêche D'Or' Wagons-Lits Coach and Fourgon, the coach in CIWL brown/cream livery with 'Golden Arrow' motifs, fitted with repro lighting units, G, slight fading to brown printing, together with £180-250
1201.   JEP O Gauge 3-rail Pullman Coaches and Postal Vans, all with 'Croc' couplings, comprising three 12" long blue/cream Pullman Cars, a 9½" long grey baggage van, two 9½" long Post vans and another 7" long, all VG, except one mail van F with roof repainted, rusting and some broken body tabs (7) £100-140
1202.   JEP O Gauge 3-rail Freight Stock, all with later 'tension-lock' style couplers, bogie stock including two 'STEF' milk Tanker, timber wagon and grey fourgon (brake van) with birdcage lookout, together with 4-wheeled 'STEF' refrigerator vans (2), horse/men vans in yellow (2), and a double-barrel wine wagon, all VG, last appears to have 'PLM' transfers added (9) £90-120
1203.   JEP and Bing O Gauge 3-rail Track Accessories, comprising two boxed JEP Electrically-operated barrier level crossings (ref 6363), a boxed 60-39 automatic colour light gantry signal, all VG-E, boxes F-VG, and an unboxed Bing (GBN) continental signal box with embossed roof, F-G signal post missing, some heat damage to roof (4) £70-100
1204.   A JEP O Gauge Large Station, finely printed with yellow-rendered and red-brick walls, and green 'woodwork', with 'Art Deco' door design, the central building 10" high with wing buildings each side, overall length of platform 18", VG, slight fading to one end, one or two minor scratches £70-100
1205.   A Märklin O Gauge 1930s 13729/6 'Signal House', a 1930s style elevated signal box with six push-button controls, G, some minor damages to paintwork £50-80
1206.   A Hehr (Replica Märklin) O Gauge 3-rail TK1020 'Stephenson' 4-6-4 Tank Locomotive, designed for 16 volt operation, finished in yellow-lined umber brown livery as no 329 'Stephenson, VG, pickups show moderate wear, in original box, box VG £300-500
1207.   A Modern Lionel O Gauge 3-rail B6 0-6-0 Switcher Locomotive and Tender, in Pennsylvania black livery as no 8977 with sound and smoke, VG-E, loco a little oily, in original box, box VG-E £70-100
1208.   A Modern Lionel O Gauge 3-rail 'Berkshire' 2-8-4 Junior Locomotive and Tender, ref 6-28665, in Western Union Telegraph Co black livery as no 665 with sound and smoke, VG-E, in original box, box VG-E £80-120
1209.   A Collection of Modern Lionel O Gauge Freight Stock, comprising Automatic Dump Car set 6-36740, Libby's Vat car 6-19490, 'Moe and Joe' Operating Lumber Car set 6-36727 (missing load and operating base), Tool Car 6-19992, Water Tank car 6-19695, Searchlight Caboose 6-36521 and Pennsylvania Caboose 6-36530, all E, boxes VG-E (7) £70-100
1210.   A Vintage Lionel O Gauge 3-rail 260E Locomotive and 260T Tender, the Locomotive in black with green footplate, copper domes and pipework, with 12-wheeled Vanderbilt Tender and pack of 4 original flags, all G-VG, in original boxes, boxes F-G (2 boxes) £80-120
1211.   ANNOUNCE contains freight stock ONLY, not a locomotive and tender.
Vintage Lionel O Gauge 3-rail 260E Locomotive Tender and Freight Stock, including no 812 gondola cars in light green and dark green, no 813 cattle car (green/orange), no 814 Automobile Furniture vans in cream/orange and yellow/brown, 814R vent refrigerator van in white/blue, 816 hopper car in olive green, two 817 cabooses, 820 double searchlight car and 2815 Shell Tanker, all G, most in original boxes, boxes P-F, many taped repairs (11) £70-100
1212.   Vintage Lionel O Gauge Trackside Accessories and Equipment, including operating no 97 Coal Elevator, Automatic watchman and Hut, no 69N warning signal, various other level crossing barriers and signals, track bumpers, type 1033 controller, 110v step-down transformer and a Marx illuminated signal box, some with boxes, mostly G, boxes P-F (qty) £70-100
1213.   A Modern Rail King O Gauge 3-rail 'Hudson' Streamlined 4-6-4 Locomotive and Tender, ref 30-1457-1, in New York Central dark grey livery as 'Commodore Vanderbilt', with smoke, VG-E, in original box, box F £120-160
1214.   A Modern Rail King O Gauge 3-rail NYC Streamlined 4-car Coach Set, ref 30-67390, in New York Central silver livery, containing baggage car 9189, coach car 2929, vista-dome car 'Balsam Lake' and Observation Car no 61, all E, in original box, box F £70-100
1215.   A Group of Continental O Gauge Crossing and Other Signals, including four Scandinavian crossing signals with lights, operating JEP semaphore, JEP 4-aspect colour light signal, two others possibly by Le Rapide (Louis Roussy), and a vintage hand-operated signal bell by Bing-Werke, mostly G-VG (9) £60-80
1216.   Various O Gauge and Other Track and W H Dällikon Control Unit, including approx 11 lengths finescale O Gauge track by Peco or similar, approx 8 lengths OO Gauge track by Peco or similar, and a Walter Hermann Controller/Transformer with 22-28 volt DC or AC outputs, with analog volt and amp-meters, mostly G-VG (qty) £30-50
1217.   An Exley O Gauge K5-type LMS Kitchen Car, in LMS maroon as no 41144, VG, small areas of retouching to ends £200-300
1218.   A Bing Gauge O or 1 Pedestal Crane circa 1906, with blue-grey crane on orange pedestal base, geared winding handles to rotate and lift, original chain and hook, G, slight cracking to some soldered jib joints, moderate playwear, functions operate well £100-150
1219.   A Bing Gauge O or 1 Station no 8342 circa 1898, with base 13"x 5½", overall height 8½", finished in hand-enamelled with green and brown texturing, dark green and brown trim, original coloured glass glazing to windows, pediment and flag to central canopy, small bell and crowd control chains below, detachable roofs to end buildings, overall G, appears to be missing a small (detachable) canopy from one side, (mounting brackets for it are intact), considerable paint loss to two roof sections and slight scorching to one end especially chimney, otherwise a few small chips and very minor damages £500-800
1220.   Bing and Märklin Train Set Boxes and Track, comprising a late Bing (BW-era) set box with green 4-4-0 no 504 and an Electric MU to lid, ref 2276e, containing a 10-piece oval of track, box P, track F-G, together with a Märklin set box base (no lid) with a mix of Bing and Märklin small radius curves, and additional track pieces including a pair of points and X crossing by Märklin, mostly G (qty) £50-80
1221.   A Collection of Early Issmayer O Gauge Train Components, including a clockwork mechanism, assorted early wheels, two green Tenders, three incomplete coaches, open wagon, a Locomotive boiler and cab (from different engines), signal components, lamp standard, part of a footbridge and oval of track, varying P-VG, most items incomplete (qty) £100-150
1222.   Two Early O Gauge Issmayer LNWR Coaches and Tender, the coaches in LNWR brown/ivory with 5 windows per side and recessed vestibules, 1st and 2nd class markings to each end in ribbed sides, with pressed 'clerestory' roofs, tab and loop couplers, the Tender in lithographed gloss black with LNWR lettering in gold and red/gold lining, all three items with original embossed-spoke wheels, all G, some polish residue to coach sides (3) £200-300
1223.   An Uncommon Express Gils (Belgium) O Gauge 3-rail Electric Locomotive, an 0-4-0 finished in red with twin pantographs, orange 'flashes' to ends, overall G, slight bending to pantographs, buffers at one end broken off and missing, couplers missing, moderate playwear/chipping £100-140
1224.   An Uncommon Express Gils (Belgium) O Gauge 3-rail Steam Locomotive and Coaches, the 0-4-0 loco and 4-wheeled Tender in lithographed black with gold lining, as SNCFB no 0148, together with 2nd class passenger coaches, one green, one red, all G-VG, moderate chipping/playwear to engine and pick-up shoes appear replaced/modified (4) £140-180
1225.   Uncommon Express Gils (Belgium) O Gauge Freight Stock, all bogie vehicles, comprising Tank wagon in silver with grey/black base, bolster wagon with similar base, open coal wagon in 2-tone grey, red van with guard's vigie, and an earlier low-side wagon with detachable wooden sides in need of repair, mostly G-VG, moderate playwear (5) £100-140
1226.   A Box of Reproduction O Gauge Figures, assorted people standing and seated, most for use on station seats or in carriages, including soldiers (some wounded), seated ladies and gents and several babies in blankets, majority of porcelain or resin, mostly G-VG (32) £50-80
1227.   A Box of Original O Gauge Figures, assorted people, one standing and 8 seated, for use on station seats or in carriages, of porcelain, varying F-VG, some with damage and/or old repairs, together with a Bing-Werke Steam loco box label 61/250/1 (10) £50-80
1228.   A Mixed Box of Modern and Original Figures for Gauge O or 1 Railways, including lead, porcelain and a few plastic figures,in various poses, many seated with provision for seat spikes, varying P-VG, some incomplete or with minor damages (qty) £50-80
1229.   A Large Quantity of O Gauge 2- and 3-rail Track, all with solid brass rail, of Bassett-Lowke or similar make, including 12 turnout points, 1 three-way point, 2 crossovers, 122 curved rails and 85 straights, all G, together with part of a turntable with steel rail, 2 lattice girders and other components, (qty in 5 crates) £250-350
1230.   Märklin 1920s or earlier Train Set Box, complete with five compartments and fair to good label depicting night train and other scenes, F, together with a Karl Bub Train Set box with good lid label with six compartments and seven pieces of clockwork track, P-F, damage to one side of base, lid lacks all sides (2 boxes) £40-60
1231.   Bachmann Spectrum 0n30 Gauge 2-6-6-2 Articulated Locomotive and Tender, No 43 in Midwest Quarry & Mining Co black, in original box, E, unused, box VG £80-120
1232.   0 Gauge Narrow Gauge 00-9 Locomotive and Coaches, kitbuilt 0-4-0 Tank engine 'Hadrian' and two 4-wheel Coaches, 1st Class in red and 3rd class in green, Engine built to a fair-good standard and painted to an amateur standard, coaches built and painted to a fair standard, G (3) £50-80
1233.   A Finescale O Gauge Great Western Railway 'Achilles' Class 4-2-2 Locomotive and Tender, nicely-built, believed from a kit, and finished in GWR fully-lined green with brown frames as No 3031 'Achilles', with GWR script to Tender, G-VG, slight paint loss to nameplates and footplate edges, brasswork a little tarnished (2) £300-400
1234.   A Finescale O Gauge GWR 6-wheeled 1st Class Clerestory Coach from an 'IKB' Brass Kit, with three compartments and a 'family saloon', finely finished in GWR brown/cream livery as no 9074, with interior detail and passengers, VG-E, underframe slightly loose £200-300
1235.   A Finescale O Gauge GWR Bogie Brake/Composite Coach from an Unidentified Kit, with clerestory roof, well-made and finished in GWR brown/cream livery, un-numbered, F-G, two bogie footboards detached, some flaking to roof £200-300
1236.   Finescale O Gauge London & North-Western Railway Freight Stock by Various Makers, from kits, including Horse Box no 243 in brown by PC models, Carriage transport wagon no 283 also in brown with red carriage load, a grey LNWR 10-ton open wagon no 38503 and a red Gunpowder Van no 23873, all made and finished to an excellent standard, overall VG (4 + carriage load) £150-250
1237.   A Bing Gauge 1 Three-Rail Electric Continental-Style 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, circa 1920 with both old GBN and BW motifs to cabside, Carette-style couplers, conical smokebox, working headlights (wiring incomplete) and iron wheels, with 4-wheeled Tender, both finished in lithographed red-lined black livery, G, moderate playwear loco grubby (2) £250-350
1238.   Märklin and Bing Gauge 1 Coaching Stock, comprising Märklin Mitropa Speisewagen no 789 in lithographed wood finish, 13" long over buffers, with clerestory roof, F-G, some chipping to bogies and roof, together with an early Bing 4-wheel 3rd-class coach in reddish-brown, with two compartments and blue/white printed windows, approx 5" long with tab/loop couplers, F-G (2) £70-100
1239.   A Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Clockwork No 112 0-4-0 Tank Locomotive, in 'Caledonian Blue' livery, F-G, mech tested ok, some craquelure to left side and general deterioration to right side paintwork £300-500
1240.   A Gauge 1 Finescale 3-rail/Stud contact LSWR T9 'Greyhound' 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, finely made and finished, representing the type in original condition with smokebox wingplates and cross-tube firebox, in LSWR green with brown/black/white lining as no 714, one of the 1899 Dubs-built batch, the loco with sprung axles to all wheels and pickup skate for stud operation, the 'watercart' Tender with compensating bogies, overall G-VG, a little dusty, some loss of boiler lining to left side and a little retouching around footplate (2) £500-700
1241.   A Gauge 1 Finescale 3-rail/Stud contact LSWR M7 0-4-4T Locomotive, finely made, possibly commercial-build, and finished in lined LSWR green as no 21, with sprung axles to all wheels and wide pickup skate for stud operation, pull-rod in cab presumed for reversing mechanism, overall G, generally grubby, some age-deterioration to paintwork, cab roof front strip partially detached £200-300
1242.   A Gauge 1 Finescale 3-rail/Stud contact LSWR Adams G6 0-6-0T Locomotive, finely made, possibly commercial-build, and finished in lined LSWR dark green/black as no 258, with wide pickup skate for stud operation, lever in cab presumed for reversing mechanism, overall G-VG, general wear/rubbing to paintwork, a little grubby £200-300
1243.   An Aster Gauge 1 Live Steam Spirit-fired 'Schools' Class 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, in 'malachite' green as SR no 901 'Winchester', E, has never been Steamed, in original box, box G-VG £800-1000
1244.   An Aster or similar Gauge 1 Live Steam Spirit-fired 'M7' Class 0-4-4 Tank Locomotive, in LSWR light green with brown/black/white lining, the mechanism with single inside cylinder (double-acting) with slip-eccentric reversing, blower, regulator and displacement lubricator, G-VG, some damage to front buffer beam £400-600
1245.   A Freelance Gauge 1 Live Steam Spirit-fired 0-6-2 Tank Locomotive, probably kit-built, in Caledonian Railway light blue with black/white lining, the mechanism with single inside cylinder (double-acting) with slip-eccentric reversing, blower, regulator and pressure gauge, G-VG, paint finish a little 'heavy' £300-500
1246.   A Gauge 1 Live Steam Spirit-fired GWR 45xx 2-6-2 Tank Locomotive, probably kit-built, in GWR lined green with orange/black lining as no 4500, with twin outside cylinders and inside Stephenson's link motion, with R/C servo-operated reversing (NB - rest of R/C system not present), blower, regulator and pressure gauge, G-VG £400-600
1247.   A Repainted/Modified Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 3-rail Electric 'Mogul' Locomotive and Tender, the Locomotive with more recent 'can' motor and flywheel fitted, and repainted in green-lined black Southern livery as no 175, as repaint VG £300-500
1248.   Heading: This and the following lot are asserted by the vendor to have been formerly the property of the Fulgurex Company: A Cut-away Gauge 1 Display Model Live Steam LNER A4 Class Locomotive and Tender by Fulgurex, the left side of the boiler and cylinder being cut away to demonstrate the working parts, the remainder finished in LNER blue as no 4468 'Mallard', the Tender NOT cut-away (and potentially usable) with water pump and spirit Tank, all in a wooden carry-case with short length of display track, VG-E £2000-3000
1249.   An Aster/Fulgurex Gauge 1 Live Steam Spirit-fired German 'Glaskasten' 0-4-0T Locomotive, finished in K.Bay.Sts.B lined green as no 4531, with twin-cylinders driving via a jackshaft, with finely-detailed Walschaerts motion, the boiler fitted with water and pressure gauges, regulator, blower and displacement lubricator, complete with original 3-wick burner and instruction booklets, in original box, VG, appears never Steamed, right cylinder seized, one small section of handrail missing behind cab, upper surfaces a little grubby from display, box VG, with a short length of display track £700-1000
1250.   An Early Gauge 1 Bogie Coal Wagon by Bing, with pre-1908-type couplers (both loosely attached) and buffers, two opening doors and a handbrake wheel to each side, bogies with original pressed-spoke wheels, the body originally in dark grey with black trim, F, much of grey paint work lost, couplings loose £30-40
1251.   Early Gauge 1 Four-wheeled Continental-style Coaches by Märklin and (probably) Carette, comprising Märklin hand-painted 2nd class coach in crimson with orange lining and green underframe, G-VG, and a lithographed 1st/2nd composite no 1861 in green, F-G, some retouching to roof and black lining, both with vestibuled ends and original embossed-spoke wheels, together with a red lithographed 1st class coach (with end doors only!), probably by Carette but possibly early Bing, G (3) £100-150
1252.   A Repainted Bing for Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Clockwork LBSCR 4-4-2 Tank Locomotive, with 2-speed mechanism, neatly repainted in LB&SCR umber livery as no 11, with some other minor modifications such as added bunker coal rails, as repaint, G, mech tested ok, one front bogie mounting pin missing £500-800
1253.   A Scratch-built Bing-style Gauge 1 Clockwork Caledonian 0-4-4 Tank Locomotive, with adapted Bing 2-speed mechanism and sprung leading axle, neatly painted in Caledonian dark blue livery as no 1227, (422 to front buffer beam), apparently from Colonel Burt's well-known railway, G, mech tested ok, general chipping/playwear to paintwork £600-800
1254.   A Vintage Gauge 1 Live Steam Spirit-Fired Great Eastern Railway 0-4-4 Tank Locomotive, possibly by Jubb or similar, largely of brass construction including wheels and footplate, featuring neatly arranged twin inside cylinders with vertical sliding-link valve gear, lever reversing from cab, water and pressure gauges, regulator and cab-mounted water pump, neatly repainted in GER blue livery with red lining as no 1, with cast brass plates to bunker sides, as repaint G-VG, spirit Tank and burner missing £1800-2000
1255.   A Märklin Gauge 1 Clockwork French-Market PLM 'Pacific' Locomotive and Tender, with geared-wind mechanism, finished in gold-lined black PLM livery as no 1021, the Tender with finely-cast bogies, G-VG, mech operates but gearing to governor ineffective, slight rusting to Tender wheels, moderate playwear (2) £700-1000
1256.   The following five lots were imported from the original owner in Brazil in 1987, and are rarely available in the UK A Märklin Gauge 1 French-Market 1st-Class 50cm-long Coach, finished in PLM black livery with crimson panels, with finely-cast bogies, removable roof and interior detailing, F, substantial playwear, damages and corrosion, some old retouching and smaller parts missing £200-300
1257.   A Märklin Gauge 1 French-Market 2nd-Class 50cm-long Coach, finished in PLM black livery with orange panels, with finely-cast bogies, removable roof and interior detailing, F, substantial playwear, damages and corrosion, some old retouching and smaller parts missing £200-300
1258.   A Märklin Gauge 1 French-Market 3rd-Class 50cm-long Coach, finished in substantially-repainted green livery, with uncommon fixed centre doors, with finely-cast bogies, removable roof and interior detailing, F, considerable playwear, damages and corrosion, some small parts missing, mostly repainted £200-300
1259.   A Märklin Gauge 1 French-Market 46cm-long Mail Coach, finished in red-brown/black 'Postes et Telegraphes' livery as car No 522, with opening vestibule doors, finely-cast bogies, opening roof and splendid interior detailing, F, considerable playwear, damages and corrosion with some smaller parts missing, partially repainted £200-300
1260.   A Märklin Gauge 1 French-Market 40cm-long Fourgon, finished in original PLM green as no 16269, with four sliding doors to main body and opening doors to 'dog-boxes' at each corner, finely-cast bogies, opening roof with 'birdcage' lookout and interior detailing, F, considerable corrosion and playwear with some smaller parts missing, interior treated with 'Waxoyl' or similar £200-300
1261.   A Märklin Gauge 1 Continental 30cm-long Baggage/Brake Van, finished in original brown livery as no 1936, with four sliding doors to main body and opening doors to vestibules at each corner, with pressed tinplate bogies, opening roof with 'birdcage' lookout and interior detailing to guard's compartment, F-G, general deterioration to original varnish, one footstep detached (supplied loose), one door handle broken and one missing £80-120
1262.   A Scratchbuilt Gauge 1 3-rail Electric LNWR 'G' Class 0-8-0 Locomotive and Tender, finely built but unfinished, the loco incorporating a substantial Crailcrest motor with worm drive and suspension to three axles, body unpainted (mostly brass), the Tender largely made in plastic and in black base-coat, both G, in need of completing (2) £100-150
1263.   Early Bing Gauge 1 Freight Stock, comprising bogie coal wagon with four side doors with pre-1908 couplings, repainted in battleship grey, (as repaint G), a Continental style litho printed van in red-brown with yellow lining, marked 'Rev 31.10.04', and a later BW-era bogie bolster wagon in green/black with wood load, both G-VG (3) £80-120
1264.   Wooden Gauge 1 Freight Stock by Various Makers, including three Scratchbuilt NE open wagons (from the collection of the Earl of Northesk) all in NE dark grey livery with opening side doors and finely-detailed construction, together with a 6-wheeled NE 20-ton break van no 341928 in brown, possibly by Bassett-Lowke, and a GE six-wheeled milk traffic van in grey, missing centre wheels, possibly by Milbro or Jubb, mostly G, some minor damages (5) £100-140
1265.   Wooden and Tinplate Gauge 1 Freight Stock by Bassett-Lowke, including uncommon Midland double-ended brake van no M.9 and LNWR printed-wood refrigerator van no 54849, both F-G, some loss of lithography, together with large-size Carette MR single-ended brake van M.1909, G, a large-size LNWR horse box in brown as no 329, F with deterioration to printing, and a LNWR Fruit and Milk Traffic van no 670 with modern paper overlays, F (5) £100-140
1266.   Tinplate Gauge 1 Midland Railway Freight Stock, comprising Märklin MR open wagon no 7801, Large cattle wagon no 7804 and single-ended brake van 7805, all with Gamages stamp to underside, together with Carette-for-B/L 'cheapie' open wagon 1912, brake van M.1911, all G-VG, and a Märklin Refrigerator Meat Van, faded and with replacement (Carette-type) couplings, P-F (6) £140-180
1267.   Wood and Tinplate Gauge 1 LNWR and L&Y Railway Freight Stock by Bassett-Lowke, comprising two wooden LNWR vans no 1920, two LNWR (Camden) brake vans no 1911, Carette-for-B/L open wagon 1914, early Bing open wagon with tarpaulin no 4123, all G, moderate playwear, together with a L&Y 3-plank open wagon with original body panels built onto a new underframe with plastic wheels, as rebuilt G (7) £140-180
1268.   Märklin Gauge 1 Midland Railway/LMS Bogie Coaching Stock, both with clerestorey roofs, comprising 1st/3rd composite no 2873 in crimson with factory-applied 'LMS' overprints, F, all doors to one side are replacements and door handles replaced, together with full-brake no 2874 in original MR finish, also F with both opening doors replaced and considerable retouching (2) £70-100
1269.   Märklin Gauge 1 Midland Railway 4-wheel Coaching Stock, comprising two fixed-door 1st/3rd composite coaches no 2871, one MR and one overprinted LMS, both G-VG, together with two opening-door versions, also no 2871, also one MR and one LMS, and a full brake no 2872 with LMS overprint, these F, all five in shades of MR crimson, those with opening doors quite mis-matched and possibly with doors replaced, several door handles broken, brake van in a distinctly pinkish hue (5) £120-160
1270.   Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 LMS Dining Saloon and TPO Mail Coach, both in LMS crimson livery, the Dining Saloon 13210 with replacement 6-wheel bogies, overall G, roof repainted, couplings replaced, retouching to sides and solebars, together with Mail Van no 1924, incorporating mail pick-up apparatus, G-VG, some scratching by mail set-down arm (2) £140-200
1271.   Märklin and Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 GNR/LNER Coaching Stock, comprising Märklin 1st/3rd composite no 2875 in printed teak livery with factory 'LNER' overpaint, G, two door handles missing, roof repainted, some retouching to solebars, together with B-L GNR 'teak' full brake no 1331 with fixed doors, F-G, roof scruffy, considerable mis-matched retouching to body sides (2) £100-140
1272.   Two Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 '1921-Series' Brake/3rd Coaches, probably by Bing, comprising LNER 'teak' no 1234N, G-VG, roof repainted, some loss of lithography to doors, all handles intact, together with GWR crimson-liveried no 132, F-G, roof over-varnished, 5 door handles damaged and other minor damages (2) £120-160
1273.   Two Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 LNWR Coaches, both in LNWR brown/ivory, comprising 1st/3rd composite no 1322, with fixed doors, in original box, F-G, roof repainted, body over-varnished, damage to one corner with buffer detached, box P, together with full brake no 1334, G, lightly over-varnished, couplings and bogies are replacements, latter with plastic wheels (2) £100-140
1274.   Two Märklin Gauge 1 LNWR Coaches, both in LNWR brown/ivory, comprising 1st/3rd composite no 1153, with fixed doors, in original box, F-G, roof repainted, bogies are replacements, box P, together with full brake no 1436, G, bogies are replacements, (2) £100-140
1275.   Two Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 LNWR Full Brake Coaches, both in LNWR brown/ivory as no 1334, both F-G, one with re-sprayed roof and fading to one end, the other with crazing to original roof, both with some deterioration to litho printed areas especially ivory sections (2) £100-140
1276.   A Rake of Three Bing for Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 LNWR '1921-series' Coaching Stock, comprising a boxed 1st-class coach, G-VG, one door handle broken, some rusting to one door on corridor side, one axlebox missing, box F, with another 1st class ditto unboxed, VG, one axlebox missing and moderate retouching to sides esp around doorways, together with a brake/3rd coach, G-VG, appears over-varnished with yellowing to ivory areas, two door handles broken (3) £180-240
1277.   A Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 LNWR Travelling Post Office Van, in L&NWR brown/ivory as no 1339 with operating mail pickup, F-G, roof resprayed, moderate playwear/scratching to body sides £70-100
1278.   Two Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 GNR Vans, comprising Carette-type Fish van 27451 in 'bauxite' brown, G, slight fading to one side and roof repainted, together with a slightly later Banana van no 39284, G-VG, roof appears original, body possibly carefully overvarnished, one coupling re-attached (2) £80-120
1279.   A Bassett-Lowke (Carette-style) Gauge 1 'Four Oaks' Station, with central building section and two right-hand platform extension/ramps, P-F, various small parts missing (including name boards) and others damaged, NB both extensions are the same hand (3) £70-100
1280.   Gauge 1 Three-Rail Electric Track and Accessories by Märklin and Others, comprising 16 curved rails by Bassett-Lowke on tin sleepers, and various other tracks (not all compatible), with a Märklin 10" diameter 6-road turntable, freestanding clockwork station bell, 5" high over telegraph insulators, and a large tunnel 14" long, all F, some track connectors damaged, turntable with chipping to paintwork and tunnel with considerable paint loss (qty in 2 boxes) £70-100
1281.   A Small Group of Assorted Original Bassett-Lowke 1 Gauge Locomotive Name and Numberplates, comprising single plates 'King Edward VII' (curved), 'Sir Gilbert Claughton' and 'Queen Mary', (both straight, QM with fixing studs), with a pair of number plates '2936' with fixing studs, together with a larger-scale curved 'Lancashire Fusilier' plate for Gauge 3 or similar, all G (6) £40-60
1282.   An Uncommon Bing Gauge 1 Live Steam 2-2-0 Tank Locomotive, ref 30595/1, made circa 1906, in L&SWR light green with no 593 to cabsides, single cylinder oscillating engine in cab with geared drive, complete with original burner, whistle, safety valve and instructions, overall G, chimney top missing, reversing control, perforated flame guards and whistle handle all detached, customary paint loss/scorching to footplate and front of Tank sides, together with a box (believed original) of contemporary track including one point (qty) £300-500
1283.   Two Bing Gauge 1 Wagons and a Carette Coach, wagons circa 1906, comprising ref M1361/1 GNR open wagon in red-brown with original box, LNWR Goods Van ref M1363/1 in grey, and Carette II class coach in dark green with red and light green lining, wagons both VG, coach G with minor damages, box P (3) £100-140
1284.   A Bing Gauge 1 Live Steam 2-2-0 Tank Locomotive, ref 30592/1, made circa 1906, repainted in dark green, with single cylinder oscillating engine in cab and geared drive, non-reversing type but with exhaust piped to chimney, complete with original burner and safety valve, overall F, whistle top and wooden handle missing, one burner clip missing, customary scorching to footplate and front of Tank sides £200-300
1285.   Gauge 1 Freight Stock by Märklin and Carette, comprising two early small open wagons by Märklin, one with raised ends, both in hand-finished green, both G, one with one axleguard cover missing, together with a larger Märklin Midland Railway cattle wagon no 7804, and Carette MR single-ended brake van M.1911, both F-G, latter missing one footboard (4) £100-140
1286.   A Repainted Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 Dining Saloon and Scratchbuilt Wooden Locomotive, the coach almost completely repainted in LNWR colours, with original 6-wheeled bogies and lead wheels, P-F, together with a scratchbuilt wooden (non-operating) SR 4-6-0 Locomotive and 8-wheeeled Tender, painted in green as no 3406, F (3) £60-90
1287.   A Scratchbuilt Gauge 1 Live Steam GWR 'County' Class 4-6-0 Locomotive and Tender Project, of semi-freelance design, appears to be spirit-fired with meths Tank to Tender, copper boiler with three water tubes, fitted with regulator and slip-eccentric reversing, connecting Steam pipes supplied loose, roughly painted overall in green, black and red with nice etched name and numberplates as no 1006 'County of Cornwall', P-F, lacks burner (3 inc Tender and loose pipes) £80-120
1288.   A Bassett-Lowke Gauge 2 Clockwork No 112 0-4-0 Tank Locomotive, in 'Caledonian Blue' livery, F-G, mech tested ok but runs slowly, smokebox door handles missing, both couplings broken, craquelure to whole body, some flaking to cab roof, some older chips with well-matched retouching

ANNOUNCE NOT GAUGE 1 AS ORIGINALLY STATED, IT IS GAUGE 2 £300-500
1289.   A Repainted Early Märklin Gauge 1 Live Steam 0-4-4 Tank Locomotive and Display Case, believed to have originally been a North Eastern Railway model, the Locomotive with twin outside cylinders, lever reversing from Tank side, oil-pot lubricators above footplate, with single large flue to boiler, as restoration F, re-sprayed with green boiler and black remainder, water gauge replaced with dummy, bogie retaining bolt and both couplers missing, lacks burner, one pair bogie wheels replaced, some other fittings are possibly replacements, all in a polished wood/glass display case approx 19" long x 9" wide x 10" high, case G (2) £150-250
1290.   A Finescale Gauge 1 Kit-built LNER N7/3 Class 0-6-2 Tank Locomotive, for 2-rail operation, nicely made and finished in lined BR black with early motif as no 69728, as working the Liverpool Street Suburban Services, G-VG, damage to front handrail and vacuum pipes, slight chipping to cab roof, small scratch to right side Tank £250-350
1291.   A Finescale Gauge 1 3-rail/Stud Contact Kit-built Midland Railway 'Compound' Class 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, with skate-type current collector, finely made and finished in Midland Railway crimson as no 1000, with excellent backhead detail, VG-E (2) £600-800
1292.   A Finescale Gauge 1 2-rail Kit-built GWR 'Mogul' Class 2-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, beautifully made and finished in GWR unlined green as no 4358, with excellent backhead detail and crew, VG-E (2) £600-800
1293.   Four Gauge 1 Kit-built Freight Stock, comprising a BR bauxite brown brake van from metal kit, with a wood-built open wagon, un-decaled, and LMS grey van no 178129, and plastic-built GWR van no 32318, all made and finished to a good standard, G-VG (4) £100-140
1294.   Two Gauge 1 GWR Siphon G Vans by JBC Railway Models of Sheffield, equipped as accessories for live Steam trains, one fitted with water reservoir and Electric pump (133978), the other (142689) with a radio control receiver unit, both with controls to one end, both in GW brown with ivory roofs, both G-VG, NB R/C receiver lacks transmitter unit £100-140
1295.   A Gauge 1 Finescale LMS 3rd Class Corridor 57' Coach, possibly from Tenmille kit, apparently made by George Case circa 2002, finely made and finished in LMS crimson as no 8934, VG-E £180-250
1296.   A Gauge 1 Finescale LMS Brake/3rd Class 57' Coach, possibly from Tenmille kit, and presumed made by George Case circa 2002, finely made and finished in LMS crimson as no 5520, VG-E, solder/glue to one window frame a little 'blobby' £180-250
1297.   A Gauge 1 Finescale LMS 3rd Class Open 57' Coach, possibly from Tenmille kit, apparently made by George Case circa 2002, finely made and finished in LMS crimson as no 1537, VG-E, some glue residue to windows, one roof-strip slightly loose at one end £180-250
1298.   A Gauge 1 Finescale LMS 3rd Class Corridor 57' Coach, possibly from Tenmille kit, apparently made by George Case circa 2002, finely made and finished in LMS crimson as no 8906, VG-E £180-250
1299.   A Gauge 1 Finescale LMS 3rd Class Corridor 57' Coach, possibly from Tenmille kit, apparently made by George Case circa 2002, finely made and finished in LMS crimson as no 9029, VG-E £180-250
1300.   A Gauge 1 Finescale LMS 3rd Class Open 57' Coach, possibly from Tenmille kit, apparently made by George Case circa 2002, finely made and finished in LMS crimson as no 1829, VG-E £180-250
1301.   A Gauge 1 Finescale 3-rail/Stud Contact or Battery-powered North Eastern Railway Raven 'Atlantic' 4-4-2 Locomotive and Tender, beautifully made and finished in NER lined green as no 728, built by Alan Curtis of Spalding, serial no 5811921, with good backhead detail and crew, original 3-rail skate removed and replaced with cabled sockets for external power supply/battery coach, VG-E (2) £800-1200
1302.   An Aster Factory-built Gauge 1 Live Steam Spirit-fired Ex-LNER A3 Class Locomotive and Tender, with Aster reference BRA3B, built 04/88, finely finished in late-totem BR green as no 60103 'Flying Scotsman' with 'German' type smoke deflectors, the model featuring three cylinders and conjugated valve gear, screw reversing from cab, regulator, water and pressure gauges, axle-driven water pump and other features, E, never Steamed, supplied in a protective wooden carrying box, and together with the original Aster card box, with instructions, original box is marked 'Certificate no 4 of 88' (Loco, Tender, + 2 boxes) £3000-4000
1303.   A Finescale Gauge 1 2-rail Kit-built BR Standard 'Britannia' Class 4-6-2 Locomotive and Tender, beautifully made and finished in BR late-totem green as no 70000 'Britannia', with fine backhead detail, VG-E, slight chipping to upper surface of running plate, complete with fine display case with ballasted track section and leaded glazed cover (loco, Tender and display case) £700-1000
1304.   A Gauge 1 Finescale Kitbuilt BR 6-wheeled 'Stove' Van, nicely made and finished in BR maroon as M31324, VG, one corridor connection slightly split, two small chips to roof £100-140
1305.   A Bing Gauge 1 Clockwork Midland Railway 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender, in MR crimson as no 2631, with 2-speed mechanism, F, mech tested ok, body and Tender substantially retouched, some cracking to brass dome, front lamps missing (2) £450-600
1306.   A Carette/Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 GWR 'Toad' Brake Van, in GWR grey with off-white lettering, no 56452, with the famous legend 'Guard Greenly' to sides, G, moderate playwear, lamp irons soldered to each end, some old repairs to footsteps £70-90
1307.   Carette/Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 GNR Van and MR Brake Van, the GNR van no 1909 in red, G-VG, roof repainted, slight corrosion to underframe, together with MR single-ended brake van no 1911, F, some corrosion above covered veranda, open-end handrail replaced, general playwear to body sides chimney replaced and roof repainted (2) £70-100
1308.   Scratch-or Kit-built Gauge 1 Wooden Freight Stock and Bing Accessories, comprising outside-framed LSWR 10t van in brown, with SR grey domed-roof van no 56628, both G, together with a Bing double-arm (2-way) signal, P-F, retouched and missing lamps, and a Hydraulic Buffer Stop, F, buffer heads with soldered-on extensions and fixing holes pierced at rear (4) £70-100
1309.   Modified Carette/Bassett-Lowke Gauge 1 GWR Bogie Clerestorey Coach and Full Brake, both in GWR chocolate/cream, the 1st/3rd Composite coach no 1324 and full brake no 1234, both F, roofs and underframes repainted, retouching to sides (especially brake van), brake van ends overpainted in black with bogies and buffers replaced, coach bogies original but with various wheelsets fitted, general playwear (2) £80-120
1310.   A Modified Gauge 1 Battery-Electric MSWJR 0-4-4T Locomotive, an elderly body modified and hand-painted in MSWJR crimson with yellow lining as no 15, the scratch-built chassis now with large 'can' motor and rechargeable batteries, overall F-G, supplied with instructions £80-120
1311.   A Finescale Brass Gauge 1 Radio-Controlled GWR 48xx Class 0-4-2 Tank Locomotive, with R/C gear by Peter Spoerer, finished in GWR green as no 4814, VG-E, complete with compact control unit and charger, tested ok (3) £700-1000
1312.   A Fine Scratchbuilt 'Approximately' Gauge 1 Live Steam LNWR 'George The Fifth' Locomotive and Tender on Display Plinth, the model evidently built by W H Tunnicliffe circa 1944, using brass sheet obtained from the Rotherham Depot, with single inside cylinder and slip-eccentric valve gear, possibly a commercial boiler with three water tubes, basic firetray for solid fuel blocks or similar, finished in polished brass with numberplates 2663 to cab and nameplates 'George the Fifth' to splashers, G-VG, no boiler history, supplied with a period section of display track, brass 'boiler cleaning' plate, and a framed photograph of the original Locomotive £2000-3000
1313.   A Finescale Gauge 1 Radio-Controlled LMS 'Turbomotive' and Tender, Scratch-built by Geoff Holt and painted by Larry Goddard for renowned LMS historian and modeller the late David Jenkinson, beautifully made and finished in crimson livery as no 6202, with superb detailing and smoke generator, the lot includes bespoke carrying case, radio control master unit and charger, and a folder of photographs and documents relating to its construction and testing, E, (qty in 2 boxes) £2000-3000
1314.   A Finescale Gauge 1 Pullman Car 'Juana' by J & M Models of Dorset, finely finished in traditional umber/cream Pullman livery with interior detail, E

Announce , not finescale wheels £200-300
1315.   A Finescale Gauge 1 Pullman Car 'Ibis' by J & M Models of Dorset, finely finished in traditional umber/cream Pullman livery with interior detail, E

Announce not finescale wheels £200-300
1316.   A Bachmann G Scale American 2-4-2T Baldwin Locomotive, ref 91199, similar to the L&B's 'Lyn' but this example in generic green/black livery with white lining, fitted with 'buckeye' couplers, VG-E, appears little run, box G £100-140
1317.   LGB and Bachmann G Scale Rolling Stock and Novelty Items, comprising LGB 'Fortuna' fan-powered 'Locomotive', heavy log bogie wagon and 4-wheel cattle wagon with two 'Fanny' cows, together with Bachmann powered pump-trolley and trailer, and a bogie stake wagon (latter with buckeye couplers), and a collection of spare couplers and other parts, mostly G-VG, moderate playwear and some minor damages (9 including cows) £100-140
1318.   LGB G Scale Track Gaugemaster Controller and Other Items, Track including 3 LH points and 2 RH (all 600mm radius), 21 x no 1500 curves, 10 x no 1100 curves, 3 x no 1102 curves, 11 x no 1000 straights, 5 x double straights and 16 'double doubles', + 3 odd lengths, together with a 1992-3 catalogue and seven LGB figures, varying F-VG, most track appears to have seen outdoor use but is all intact (qty in tub + 2 bundles) £120-160
1319.   An LGB G Scale Continental 0-6-6-0T Mallet Steam Locomotive, ref 25851, in Deutsche Reichsbahn black/red as no 99 201, with twin motor units and smoke generator, VG-E, appears very little used, in original box, box G-VG, slight damp staining to one end £200-300
1320.   Four Repainted Bachmann G Scale American-Style Clerestorey Coaches, all neatly refinished in 'Fareham Light Railway' brown/cream, as saloon coaches 'Phyllis' and 'Evelyn', and brake coaches 'Irene' and 'Vera', all fitted with 9v battery-operated interior lights, as repaints VG, brake coaches with 'chopper' couplings to one end, others to make a set (4) £100-150
1321.   A Scratch-built G Scale Push-Pull Coach and Part-built 2-4-2 Diesel/Electric Locomotive and Other Items, the coach on commercial bogies, with 1st, 2nd class and guards compartments and driving cab to one end, in green with gold decals, VG, together with an incomplete plastikard or similar bodied Locomotive based on a Bachmann chassis, (intended for battery operation), in flat crimson livery, F, needs work to complete, and a box of other Bachmann G scale items including plastic track, telegraph poles, kit buildings, loco and caboose bodies only, F-G (qty in 2 boxes) £90-140
1322.   An Unmade IP Engineering Dual Gauge O/1 'Toby the Tram Engine' Kit with BMS (Accucraft) G Scale Lynton & Barnstaple Railway Wagon and Peco Track, Toby kit comprising separate chassis and body sets by IP, with instructions to make a battery-operated loco, the bogie open wagon ref R19-12A, in SR brown as no 28301 with alternative O gauge wheelsets, VG, some marks to wagon inside, box VG, together with 5 metre-lengths of Peco G-45 nickel-silver flexi-track , all VG-E (1 box + bundle) £100-200
1323.   A Gauge O/1 Convertible Narrow Gauge Drewry Diesel Locomotive by Accucraft, for radio-controlled battery operation, finished in green with red frames, VG, complete with battery charger and control unit £250-350
1324.   Two BMS/Accucraft O/1 Gauge Convertible Isle of Man 4-wheeled Coaches, both in red/cream livery, as nos F3 and F4, both VG-E, complete with alternative (O gauge) wheelsets, in non-original box £100-150
1325.   A LGB G Scale 3-car 'LCE' Streamlined Train Pack, in the German style, ref 70610, overall G, moderate playwear and a little grubby, box G £80-120
1326.   A Collection of Playmobil G Scale Trains and Accessories, including battery-powered 'PM Train' Bo-Bo Electric Locomotive and 3-car tourist train, both with remote (radio) controllers, with open wagon, side-tip wagon, and a quantity of track with level crossing, buffers and other trackside items, mostly G, Bo-Bo loco missing one coupling rod (qty in 2 boxes) £80-120
1327.   An Aristocraft G Scale American 4-6-2 Locomotive Tender and Assorted Rolling Stock, the loco for 2-rail operation with sound unit, in Pennsylvania black/red-brown livery as no 401, together with a Märklin flat wagon with road roller, LGB flat with tractor, box cars by Bachmann and USA trains, all G, moderate wear, all in a four-part wooden carry case, case G £140-200
1328.   An Aristocraft G Scale Live Steam Gas-fired American 'Mikado' 2-8-2 Locomotive Tender and Control Equipment, the loco for live Steam operation with radio control unit, in plain black livery, complete in original carry case with accessories, charger, instruction book and CD/DVD, case G-VG £300-500
1329.   An Aristocraft G Scale UK Class 66 Diesel Locomotive and Display Track, ref 23205, in GBRf 'First' Blue/orange livery as no 66 701, with all wheels powered, VG, unboxed, but with display track mounted on wooden plinth, G (2) £200-300
1330.   A Piko G Scale German (DB) Class 218 Diesel Locomotive and Display Track, in DB red/grey livery as no 218 276-4, with all wheels powered, VG, unboxed, with display track mounted on wooden plinth, and group of 6 'Eisenbahn Magazines' with related articles (3) £70-100
1331.   
ANNOUNCE THE VENDOR WISHES THAT PROCEEDS OF THE SALE OF THIS LOCOMOTIVE WILL BE DONATED TO THE ALEXANDER DEVINE CHILDREN'S HOSPICE CHARITY

A Märklin G Scale German (DB) Class 78 Steam 4-6-4 Tank Locomotive, ref 5746, in DB black/red livery as no 78 355, G-VG, a little grubby, unboxed, with loco crew in cab


ANOUNCE THE PROCEEDS OF THE SALE OF THIS LOCOMOTIVE WILL BE DONATED TO THE ALEXANDER DEVINE CHILDREN'S HOSPICE CHARITY £100-150
1332.   A Continental G Scale Live Steam Gas-fired 0-4-0 Tank Locomotive, commercially-built with 'Regner' pressure gauge, outside cylinders with Walschaerts valve gear, displacement lubricator, water gauge and regulator valve, finished in black/red livery with DR/DB-style number 99 011, G-VG, moderately used £200-300
1333.   Bing horizontal hot air Steam Engine, with twin cylinders and flywheel, patterned green tin base fixed to a wooden base, length metal base 8.5'', F-G £80-120
1334.   A Hornby 3½" Gauge G100 Live Steam Stephenson's Rocket Set, designed for gas-firing, complete with Tender, gas Tank, spanner, funnel, instructions and self-assembly plastic track, VG-E, appears never Steamed, box VG £100-140
1335.   A Fine Scratchbuilt Model Beam Engine by Michael Pearse with Stuart Turner Boiler, the single-cylinder engine with fabricated beam and approx 6" diameter 3-spoke flywheel, with builder's plaque to base, mounted on a hardwood base and fed by a Stuart 2½" diameter boiler with water gauge, pressure gauge, regulator, spirit burner and water feed pump/Tank, all G-VG £150-250
1336.   A Wilesco Live Steam Tablet-Fired Traction Engine, finished in blue/red with grey canopy, complete with burner tray, spanner, funnel and instructions, G, appears never Steamed but a little grubby and with some light corrosion, unboxed £70-100
1337.   A Wilesco Live Steam Tablet-Fired D52 Marine Engine, the marine engine finished in blue/red with separate boiler, engine unit and propeller shaft, complete with burner, spanner, funnel and instructions, VG-E, unused, in original box, box G-VG £70-100
1338.   Mamod Live Steam Spirit-Fired Road Engines, comprising a very early reversible TE1 traction engine, and a non-reversing SR1 Steam roller, both with scuttles and burners but lacking other accessories, both P-F, general playwear and corrosion (2) £80-120
1339.   A Mamod Live Steam Spirit-Fired ME3 Marine Engine, incorporating the SEL short-stroke power unit, on red base plate and with vapourising burner, G, slight corrosion to boiler casing £70-100
1340.   Mamod Live Steam Spirit-Fired Stationary Engines, comprising twin-cylinder SE3 engine, mounted on a board with a Merit 'Dynamotor no 1501', both F, engine with home-made chimney and burner, part of whistle missing, dynamo needs realigning, together with early MM1 and MM2 engines, both P, lacking burners, MM2 flywheel non-original and Steam pipe detached (3) £70-100
1341.   Mamod Live Steam Spirit-Fired Stationary Engines, comprising three SE1 engines, one SE2 with exhaust regulator, and two SE2a's with reversing mechanism, mostly 1950's/60's models, varying P-G, all lack spirit burners and two lack safety valves, one SE1 repainted (6) £80-120
1342.   Hobbies Mamod and SEL Live Steam Spirit-Fired Stationary Engines, comprising small Hobbies engine with disc crank on 5½" square base, F, Steam pipe disconnected and lacking burner, a Mamod SE1 on flat base with a non-original spirit burner, and a SEL model 1540 engine with lubricator and original 2-wick burner on raised green base, both F (3) £80-120
1343.   A Group of Modified Mamod/Bowman Live Steam Stationary Engines, including a Mamod SE3 twin-cylinder engine with replacement boiler, a Mamod SE1 converted to twin-cylinder and fitted with a Bowman no 300 loco boiler, a Bowman single-cylinder engine fitted with Mamod TE1 boiler, another SE1 engine unit only mounted on a wooden block, and an unidentified vertical-mounted engine with cast frame and possibly home-made boiler, all P (5) £80-120
1344.   Two Mamod for Meccano Live Steam Stationary Engines, one on yellow base with level plug to boiler, the other on silver base with water gauge glass and whistle, both F, some rusting to boiler covers, both lack burners (2) £60-80
1345.   Two Bowman Live Steam Spirit-Fired Stationary Engines, one model M140 small twin-cylinder engine with chimney, spirit burner and funnel, G, grubby, some paint loss to cylinders and rubbing of Bowman transfer, in original box, box F-G, together with a small E167 engine on green wooden base, with chimney, exhaust pipe and funnel in original box, F, transfer scratched, rusting to firebox and generally grubby, box F, lacks lid (2) £80-120
1346.   A Bowman Model M122 Live Steam Spirit-Fired Stationary Engine, large twin-cylinder model on red base with twin oil-pots, detachable chimney, regulator and whistle, complete with original burner in wooden box, overall G-VG, box G, lacks lid £80-120
1347.   A Bowman Model M101 Live Steam Spirit-Fired Stationary Engine, large-boilered model on green base with oil-pot, detachable chimney and exhaust pipe, regulator and whistle, complete with original burner in wooden box, overall G, chimney stay (through boiler) needs repair and whistle handle missing, box G, lacks lid £80-120
1348.   Two Vintage Live Steam Spirit-Fired Oscillating Marine-type Engines, one with 2" diameter x 4" long copper boiler with raked funnel, single-cylinder engine with small (1") cast flywheel, the cast engine frame marked 'uSe' in intertwined letters, F, lacks burner and safety valve, together with another with 1½" dia x 5½" long copper boiler and engine on cast frame marked '10', with burner, also F, some copper corrosion to boiler end (2) £80-120
1349.   A Scratchbuilt Live Steam Traction Engine by Unknown Builder, to a curious design featuring 3 firetubes to the boiler and a rotary valve to the single cylinder, capstan-style regulator, 1¾" diameter brass flywheel, a spring-loaded/disengagable belt/gear drive mechanism, and apparent replacement wheels all loosely-fitted (rear wheels are from Mamod TE), overall P-F, lacks burner, drive mechanism incomplete £60-90
1350.   Two Live Steam Horizontal Engines by Wilesco and Another, the Wilesco engine with double-acting cylinder, whistle, water gauge glass and dummy governor, P-F, burner tray incomplete, chimney replaced, generally rusty/dirty, together with a similar-styled engine from Czech or Hungary, P-F, base repainted, whistle top and oiler cap missing, lacks burner, chimney replaced (2) £70-100
1351.   Two Live Steam Vertical Engines by Bing, the older with GBN trademark, standing 11½" high over chimney, with 2½" diameter flywheel and small slide-valve cylinder, the other with BW standing 12½" high overall with 2½" flywheel and oscillating cylinder, both with safety valves, whistles and original chimneys, older one with 2-wick burner, later lacks burner, both F-G (2) £100-150
1352.   A Carette Live-Steam Over-Type Engine, with 2" diameter flywheel, single-cylinder engine with slide valve, 2" dia x 5½" long brass boiler, whistle and dummy governor, complete with original burner and chimney, all mounted on a wooden base with blue/white tin-printed tiled covering, F-G, corrosion to firebox and tiled floor, engine frame and flywheel repainted £80-120
1353.   A Model Live Steam Spirit-Fired Stationary Steam Engine by Fleischmann or similar for Vedes, with boiler 6" long and approx 3½" diameter flywheel, wighted safety valve, regulator, water gauge and pressure gauge (latter has been refitted apparently with glue), complete with original burner and embossed chimney, and plaque to side of firebox embossed 'Vedes', presumably sold via that German toy retailer, all mounted on an uncommon yellow-lined green base with black 'fronds', G-VG, some corrosion to boiler and firebox, small dent to one end of boiler, safety valve weight appears to e replacement £100-140
1354.   A Modified Märklin Live Steam Spirit-Fired Vertical Engine, standing approx 10" high to boiler top, piston-valve single cylinder engine with slip-eccentric reversing, approx 3¼" diameter flywheel and dummy governor, the boiler fittings including water gauge, whistle, safety valve and regulator, complete with original vaporising burner and a replacement chimney tube, F, essentially complete but boiler has been 'lagged' with a thin brass sheet attached by straps and glue, water gauge glass has been poorly re-fitted £100-140
1355.   A Stuart Turner 10H Horizontal Steam Engine, well-made and painted in green with red connecting and valve rods, with 3" flywheel and slip-eccentric reversing, G-VG £80-120
1356.   Boxed Mamod TE1A Live Steam Traction Engine and LW1 Trailer, an early 1970's example with reversible engine and water level plug, complete with burner, scuttle, drive band, funnel and steering extension, VG, very lightly used, slight corrosion to wheels, box G-VG, together with a contemporary Lumber wagon with three polystyrene 'logs', VG-E, box G-VG (2) £80-120
1357.   A Boxed Bing 10/128/1 Spirit-Fired Stationary Steam Engine, with 4" long boiler, small oscillating cylinder, 2" diameter flywheel, all mounted on a two-tone blue base with pink lining, the engine itself on a raised mid-brown plinth, complete with whistle, safety valve, original burner and red-brick printed chimney, overall VG, Steam pipe connection to boiler appears to have been remade, slight corrosion to one area of chimney, box F-G with funnel and multilingual instructions, pencilled-on price 13/6 £80-120
1358.   A Late Mamod SP2 'Overtype' Tablet-fired Steam Engine, with extruded oscillating cylinder, water level gauge and cast chimney unit, with burner tray, G-VG, some corrosion around gauge glass, in original box, box F, top flaps all removed £40-60
1359.   An O Gauge/1 Gauge Convertible Narrow Gauge Live Steam Locomotive and Tender, possibly from kit or scratchbuilt, an 0-6-0 apparently gas-fired (fuel Tank missing) with centre-flue boiler, lever reversing from cab and outside valve gear, regulator and blower valves, finished in green and red with 'NJB' stamped on the cabside plates, overall G, lacks pressure or water gauges and fuel Tank/connections (2) £200-300
1360.   A Hornby 3½" Gauge G100 Live Steam Stephenson's Rocket Set, designed for gas-firing, complete with Tender, gas Tank, spanner, funnel, instructions and self-assembly plastic track, VG-E, appears never Steamed, box VG £100-140
1361.   A Late Mamod Spirit-Fired Traction Engine and Wilesco Tablet-Fired Live Steam Traktor, the Mamod engine in dark green/red with solid flywheel and tyres to road wheels, with a brass vapourizing spirit lamp, overall VG, (flywheel contacts road wheel preventing free running), the Wilesco engine in gold/black with tablet-burner tray, G-VG, some tarnishing/discolouration £100-140
1362.   An Uncommon and Historic Live Steam Spirit-Fired 'Luzo' Steam Roller by H J Redding & Co, the maker's plate attached to headstock, 'Registered trade mark "Luzo", Scientific Instrument Makers, 3 Argyll Place, Regent Street, London W', overall length 13" with 3" diameter flywheel, the engine with double-acting single cylinder and slide valve, regulator and dog-clutch to gear drive, worm steering and original spirit burner/tank, painted in green and black, circa 1900,overall G, grubby, 2nd gear of drive train missing, design of burner looks hazardous for modern conditions! £300-500
1363.   A Small Vertical Single-Cylinder Steam Engine by J E Hatton, with cast brass cylinder, mounted on pillars, overall height on hard-wood plinth approx 5½", nicely made with 1¼" diameter brass flywheel, plinth stamped with (presumably) maker's name to underside, VG £60-90
1364.   A Small Vertical Single-Cylinder Steam Engine, on cast frame with wood-lagged cylinder, bevel-driven Watt-type governor, overall height on hardwood plinth approx 6½", nicely made with 2½" diameter curved-spoke flywheel, painted overall in red with brass trimmings, VG £80-120
1365.   A Vertical Single-Cylinder Steam Engine, mounted on pillars with wood-lagged cylinder, valve chest by 'DSM' or similar, with lever-operated reversing gear, overall height on hardwood plinth approx 6½", nicely made with 1¾" diameter solid brass flywheel, painted in sage green with brass trimmings, VG £80-120
1366.   A Vertical Twin-Cylinder Marine-type Steam Engine, mounted on hexagonal pillars with monobloc cylinders, lubricator to Steam pipe, adjustable reversing linkage, overall height on hardwood runners approx 5½", nicely made with 1¾" diameter turned steel flywheel, with water feed pump driven through Meccano gears, unpainted, VG, motion a little stiff £150-200
1367.   A Rocking-Cylinder Vertical Steam Engine, possibly from a kit, with pillar-mounted crankshaft, approx 3¾" brass flywheel, fluted cylinder mounted on swivelling yoke, all on a dural baseplate and hardwood case, VG-E £120-160
1368.   A Vertical Single-Cylinder Steam Engine, with crankshaft mounted on fabricated frame with regulator valve and bevel-driven Watt-type governor, overall height on hardwood plinth approx 9", nicely made with 4½" diameter curved-spoke flywheel, painted overall in green with polished trimmings, on black metal base and hardwood plinth, VG-E £150-200
1369.   A Vertical Single-Cylinder Steam Engine, with crankshaft mounted on turned steel pedestal, with 5¾" cast bronze flywheel, spiral bevel-driven Watt-type governor (not connected), overall height on hardwood plinth approx 10½", all on cast bronze base and hardwood plinth, unpainted, VG-E £150-200
1370.   A Vertical Single-Cylinder Steam Engine, with crankshaft mounted on twin cast frames incorporating crosshead slides, with 8¾" steel flywheel, brass cylinder approx 1" diameter x 2" stroke, overall height on metal plinth approx 14", painted in black with polished trimmings, G-VG, two rusty spots to flywheel rim £150-200
1371.   A Group of Model/Toy Steam Engine Accessories by Mamod and Others, Mamod items include an early lineshaft and boxed polishing machine, together with a vintage generator approx 5" long (with early Meccano 6-spoke flywheel), a small generator with lamp on wooden base, an East European circular saw, with a small and very basic brass Steam engine unit, and a small toy crane by 'Knight's Head' toys, mostly G-VG (7) £70-100
1372.   A 3½" Gauge Live Steam Coal-fired 0-4-0T LBSC-design 'Juliet'-type Locomotive, with outside cylinders and inside Stephenson's link motion with lever reversing from cab, axle-driven water pump, hand-pump to side Tank, whistle, blower, water and pressure gauges, brass dome and stovepipe chimney, most painted in plain mid-green and black, F-G, smokebox partially detached and small front cover missing, firegrate and ashpan missing £400-600
1373.   A 3½" Gauge Live Steam Coal-fired 0-4-0T LBSC-design 'Juliet'-type Locomotive, a slightly different 'take' on the Juliet theme, this time with outside cylinders and Walschaerts motion with lever reversing from cab, axle-driven water pump and lubricator, hand-pump to side Tank, whistle, blower, water and pressure gauges, brass dome, individually-operated cylinder drains, painted in dark-green and black, F-G, smokebox dart missing, cab roof section partially detached, front buffer beam bent on RHS, front and rear couplers missing £400-600
1374.   An O Gauge/1 Gauge Convertible Narrow Gauge Live Steam 0-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, possibly from kit or scratchbuilt, gas-fired (fuel tank missing) with centre-flue boiler, slip-eccentric reversing and inside rocking valve gear, regulator and pressure gauge, finished in lined green and black with 'F.L.R.' to bogie Tender and numbered 4, 'Chopper' couplings fitted, VG-E, appears never Steamed, lacks gas Tank/connections (2) £200-300
1375.   An Archangel Models Gauge 1 Narrow Gauge Live Steam 0-4-0 Tank Locomotive, with single inside cylinder and slip-eccentric reversing, gas burner and Tank below footplate, regulator and gas valve controls, finished in green with brass trim and nameplates 'Saturn' No 1, Archangel makers plate to rear of cab, 'Chopper' couplings fitted, VG-E, appears little used

Model number AM 479 £200-300
1376.   A Modified Mamod Gauge 1 Live Steam 0-4-0 Tank Locomotive, with many additional details neatly applied, 3-wick spirit burner, finished in lined maroon with nameplates 'Mars' and No 2, 'Chopper' couplings fitted, rebuilt 1980 plaque to rear of cab, VG £100-200
1377.   A 5" Gauge Battery-Electric Class 08 0-6-0 Diesel Shunter Locomotive, with fibreglass body finished in BR green as no D3622, with 9v battery operated horn to rear of cab, the chassis having three traction motors, sprung axles and buffers, together with a plug-in controller, overall G, no traction battery included, some damage to front steps, rear buffer beam appears to incorporate an 'ignition' switch for which we have no key (2 - loco and wooden box with controller and other small parts) £600-900
1378.   GWR 5" Gauge Open 'Tube' Wagon and 'Toad' Brake Van, both finished in GWR grey, G, some loss to decals and slight rusting to buffer shanks and wheels, distortion to 'Toad' roof (2) £100-140
1379.   GWR 5" Gauge 'Conflat' Wagons Containers and Road Wagon, comprising flat wagon 39326 with brown 'Door to Door' container BC 1710, wagon 39244 with insulated container FX-1626, and a horse-drawn GWR road wagon with another brown container, all G-VG (3 wagons + 3 containers) £150-250
1380.   GWR 5" Gauge 5-plank Open Wagon Ventilated Van and Other Bodies, all in GW grey, with some loss of decals, the open wagon body lifting off, seemingly to accommodate the alternative bodies included, another van body with end doors, and a cattle/ale wagon body, mostly F-G, some repairs needed (2 complete wagons + 2 bodies) £150-250
1381.   A 5" Gauge Ride-on GWR 'Fruit C Passenger' Van, fitted with large brake-operating handle and brackets for footsteps (steps not included), finished in brown with white roof, G, some damage to dummy footsteps, together with a sectional black box with padded top, enabling seats at various heights to be added to the basic wagon as required (2) £70-100
1382.   A 5" Gauge Bogie Ride-on Wagon, overall length approx 45", in box form with hinged lid and padded top, the frame with longitudinal footrests, the bogies apparently fitted with roller bearings but not brakes, body finished in GWR brown/cream, G £70-100
1383.   A 5" Gauge GWR Unpowered '14xx' Class 0-4-2 Tank Locomotive, with reasonably well-engineered frames and wheels but lacking cylinders and motion, with a dummy boiler of wood with some metal cladding, F, some surface rusting to steel parts £150-250
1384.   American Standard Gauge Reproduction 'President's Special' Pullman Cars, made by Varney and Sirus circa 1972, as copies of pre-war American Flyer cars, comprising Club car 4390 'West Point' and Pullman car 4391 'Academy', both in turquoise/blue and with interior lights, G-VG, a little grubby, steel bogie parts heavily greased to prevent corrosion (2) £80-120
1385.   American Standard Gauge Reproduction 'President's Special' Pullman Cars, made by Varney and Sirus circa 1972, as copies of pre-war American Flyer cars, comprising Pullman car 4391 'Academy', Observation car 4392 'Army-Navy', and Diner 4393 'Annapolis', all in turquoise/blue and with interior lights, G-VG, small dent to roof of 4391, slight corrosion to roof of 4393 and one axlebox missing, all a little grubby, steel bogie parts heavily greased (3) £120-180
1386.   A Substantially Incomplete Bing Gauge III (2½") Midland Railway Live Steam 4-4-0 Locomotive and Tender Restoration Project, the Locomotive comprising boiler, smokebox, cab, frames, cylinders and driving wheels, (obvious parts missing include front bogie, coupling rods, burner, one valve eccentric, parts of Steam pipe, safety valve bonnet, original chimney top and many other smaller parts), with the Tender body only (underframe absent), P, both in playworn MR crimson livery as no 116, together with a small bag containing two Tender wheels and other parts (2 + bag) £250-350
1387.   A 2½" Gauge Live Steam Coal-fired Freelance 0-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, a small-wheeled design, with lever reversing to the inside Stephenson's motion, two outside cylinders, water gauge, pressure gauge by 'L C & T S', axle-driven water pump and hand-pump to Tender, painted overall in green and black, F, with pump handle, shovel and spanner (2 + bag tools) £300-500
1388.   Mamod Live Steam TE1a and SE3 Engines, the Traction Engine in original box with scuttle, spirit burner, funnel and two drive bands, G, lightly used, one scuttle-mounting hook broken, together with an unboxed SE3 twin-cylinder stationary engine, F, burner missing, main Steam pipe bent, some corrosion to boiler ends (2) £70-100
1389.   A Scratch-built Single-Cylinder Live Steam Beam Engine and Boiler, the engine to a slightly basic but functional design, mounted on pillars from an approx 16½" x 9" baseplate, the cylinder approx 1" diameter x 2" stroke, with 6½" dia disc flywheel and 7" long beam, all in polished steel, and a belt-driven 6-volt Miller dynamo, G-VG, together with a separate scratchbuilt copper boiler approx 3½" diameter x 12" long, with pressure gauge, water gauge, safety valve and regulator, mounted on a wooden base, F-G, lacks burner, safety valve appears to lack sealing ball, and with a small packet of pipework and other small fittings (3) £120-180
1390.   A Fine Live Steam 'Locomobile' Portable Engine by Doll and Co, a smaller example with 5" long boiler and 2" diameter flywheel, the firebox in red-lined black with 'DC' motif, complete with whistle, chimney, filler plug, safety valve, single oscillating cylinder and original burner, VG, drive band missing, a little scorching to flame guard £150-200
1391.   A Wilesco Live Steam Tablet-fired D409 Showman's Traction Engine, in red/black/yellow 'T Pettigrove' livery, with generator and LED lights to canopy, VG-E, apeears only fired once or twice, in original box with accessories, box VG £120-160
1392.   A Horizontal Stationary Spirit-fired Live Steam Engine, possibly by Carette or similar, with 4" long boiler, single cylinder with piston valve, approx 2½" diameter finely-spoked flywheel, on a grey/ivory printed tiled base with wooden plinth, complete with original chimney and burner (latter may be original but possibly an old replacement), overall G, some wear to printed tiling, corrosion/chipping to top of chimney, remainder would benefit from careful cleaning £80-120
1393.   A Bing 'Nora' Vertical Stationary Spirit-fired Live Steam Engine, measuring 14" high over chimney, with single oscillating cylinder and approx 3¼" diameter flywheel, with drain cock to front, whistle, safety valve, original chimney and burner/firedoor, mostly black with polished brass trim and red lining to flywheel, overall G, general light corrosion thoughout, lacks cast iron base normal with this type, unusually lacks any Bing trade mark £80-120
1394.   An Uncommon Steam-driven Toy Grading Machine by unknown maker, featuring a horizontal perforated tapered drum, with hopper-poader to one end and outlet shute at the other, overall size of base approx 9½" x 4½", base in pale green, end frames in orange with red and blue lining, driving pulleys and hand-crank to shute end, overall F, both ends detached from base (originally soldered), one drive belt missing, together with a miniature candle-lantern by unknown maker, approx 1½" square, 4½" over handle, F-G, one side glazing missing £80-120
1395.   An O Gauge Live Steam 4-6-0 Locomotive and Tender Project, to unknown design but in the style of Gresley's Pacifics with wide firebox, possibly intended for paraffin or coal firing, with multi-tube copper boiler, twin cylinders with outside valve gear and lever reversing, displacement lubricator and axle-driven water pump, regulator and blower valve, pipework sections and other small parts supplied in box, P, smokebox door, burner and some small parts missing, remainder with surface rust or roughly painted, Tender is a plain un-sprung 6-wheeled example, roughly painted (2 + box parts) £80-120
1396.   An Early 3½" Gauge Live Steam Spirit-fired 2-2-2 'Piddler' Locomotive, by unknown builder, with twin oscillating cylinders, pressed brass sheet frames, wheels set to curve, original burner, whistle and safety valve, replacement chimney, F-G, general verdigree/corrosion, singing to front buffer beam, water gauge glass holed, level cock handle missing at front, together with a small funnel (2 inc funnel) £200-300
1397.   A 2½" Gauge Live Steam Coal-fired 'Southern Maid' 0-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, built to the LBSC ('Curly' Lawrence) design as published in 'Model Engineer' pre-war, this Locomotive evidently commenced in the 1930's and later finished by Bert Mead, the model featuring twin outside cylinders with inside valve motion and lever reversing, axle-driven water pump, hand pump to Tender, whistle, blower, regulator, water gauge and pressure gauge (by Whitney, London), the engine appears never to have been painted, complete with fireirons, pump handle and a small display plaque from North London Model Engineers, F-G, No Boiler History £700-1000
1398.   A Large Model Gas-Fired Vertical Boiler and Steam Pump, with approx 6" diameter boiler standing approx 14" high (including chimney 24"), mounted on an aluminium-clad plinth with a high-level water reservoir, hand pump, Steam pump (attached to base but not piped-in), and Steam outlet manifold, the boiler featuring 150 psi pressure gauge, twin water gauges, firehole door and 'ashpan' damper, fitted with polished wooden lagging, gas burner and valve, overall G-VG, generally dusty, gas feed pipe bent double, may need replacement £200-300
1399.   A Model Vertical Boiler and Steam Engine by Stuart Turner or Similar, the boiler standing approx 9" high and 4" diameter, mounted on an aluminium-covered plinth with a single-cylinder vertical engine with 3½" diameter flwheel and approx 1" x 1" cylinder, with lubricator, hand-operated water feed pump, regulator, pressure gauge, water gauge, safety valve and blower valve, includes firegrate for coal firing but no ashpan, overall G, boiler top cover and chimney missing, generally dusty, firebox painted with Hammerite paint £150-250
1400.   A Small Locomotive-Type Boiler Plinthed for Stationary Use, a boiler (possibly from a 'Tich' or 'Juliet' Locomotive), measuring 14" long over smokebox x approx 3" diameter, mounted on a wooden base with hand-operated water pump, the boiler including water gauge, regulator, clack valves, firegrate and ashpan, painted in blue (without lagging), with polished brass dome and other fittings, F-G, lacks pressure gauge and possibly whistle; £100-150
1401.   A 'Beam Andy' Single-Cylinder 'Grasshopper' Steam Engine, with 8" diameter flywheel, cylinder approx 1" bore x 2" stroke, with displacement lubricator, all mounted on cast base with polished hardwood plinth, bearing makers plate 'Beam Andy EM2' built by Adaptors Engineering Ltd, London, painted in green with red flywheel, VG, a little dusty £300-500
1402.   A Small Model Twin-Cylinder Marine-type Steam Engine, nicely engineered, possibly from a kit, with two cylinders approx ?" diameter x ¾" stroke, solid brass flywheel 1¾" diameter, lubricator, lever reversing and worm-driven water pump, built on an aluminium alloy bed with steel base plate 6" x 3", VG £120-160
1403.   A Small Single-Cylinder Vertical Steam Engine and Two Steam Pumps, the engine with cylinder approx 1" dia x ¾" stroke, possibly for marine use, on cast brass support with integral crosshead guides, fitted with solid brass flywheel 1½" diameter and mounted on a wooden base, G-VG, together with a single-cylinder pump with lubricator and flip-over valve, mounted on a metal pedestal, overall 6" high, and a twin cylinder unit on brass pedestal, with rocking valves to top possibly incomplete, otherwise both G-VG (3) £120-160
1404.   A Single-Cylinder Water-cooled 'Gannet' 15cc Marine Petrol Engine by Nurthen & Muirhead Engineers, with 3" dia brass flywheel and coupling for propellor shaft, with overhead valves/rockers, carburettor and water jacket, advance/retard to contact points but lacks coil or magneto, overall G-VG £70-100
1405.   A Single-Cylinder Water-cooled 'Gannet' 15cc Marine Petrol Engine by Nurthen & Muirhead Engineers, with 3" dia brass flywheel and coupling for propellor shaft, with overhead valves/rockers, carburettor and water jacket, mounted on a hardwood base with fuel Tank, ignition system and exhaust arrangement, overall G-VG, dusty, flexible fuel pipe missing £100-140
1406.   A Rare 3¼" Gauge Live Steam Spirit-fired 4-4-0 Tank Locomotive by Stevens's Model Dockyard, a closed-cab version of the 'Britannia' Locomotive shown in the SMD catalogue of 1919, with twin outside cylinders and inside valves, regulator, water test-cocks, whistle, safety valve and burner (possibly non-original), originally finished in Midland Railway-style maroon with black/yellow lining and cast plates '5443' to Tank sides, Steven's M D plate to rear of cab, length overall 22½", F, most of original paint missing except to boiler top and cylinders, some rusting to cab, Tanks and other areas, cab roof is replacement £2000-3000
1407.   A Wilesco Live Steam D141 Workshop, with tablet-fired single-cylinder engine, set into a covered workshop with lineshaft driving hacksaw, circular saw, grinding wheels and drilling machine, VG, lightly used, one small pin missing from drill, with instructions in original box, box F £80-120
1408.   A 3½" Gauge Live Steam Coal-fired Southern Railway 'Lord Nelson' 4-6-0 Locomotive and Tender, finely engineered and finished in SR Maunsell green as no 850, with bogie Tender, the loco featuring twin cylinders with outside valve gear and screw reversing, axle-driven water pump, injector, hand pump to Tender, two pressure gauges and water gauge, overall G-VG, no boiler history (2) £1800-2400
1409.   A 3½" Gauge Live Steam Coal-fired LNER 'Bantam Cock' 2-6-2 Locomotive and Tender, well-engineered and painted in LNER apple green as no 3401, with 6-wheel Tender, the loco featuring twin cylinders with outside valve gear and screw reversing, twin axle-driven water pumps, hand pump to Tender, pressure gauge and water gauge, overall G-VG, no boiler history (2) £1000-1500
1410.   An Incomplete 3½" Gauge Live Steam Coal-fired LNER/GNR Atlantic 4-4-2 Locomotive Project, substantially completed to the LBSC 'Maisie' design, built to a very high standard but in need of finishing, complete with full set of drawings and display tracks (qty) £600-800
1411.   ANNOUNCE THE FIREFLY IS 5" GAUGE
An Incomplete 3½" Gauge Live Steam Coal-fired GWR 45xx 2-6-2T Locomotive Chassis and Parts, the loco frames very well made and supplied on a turning frame to complete the work, together with a box of other parts including smokebox and brass castings, and a small ride-on trolley G-VG (qty) £300-500
1412.   A 3½" Gauge Live Steam Coal-fired Southern Railway 'Schools' Class 4-4-0 Locomotive, nicely engineered and finished in SR malachite green as no 926 'Holbrook', featuring three cylinders with outside valve gear and screw reversing, axle-driven water pump, injector, hand pump to Tender, pressure gauge and water gauge, overall G-VG, boiler history implies last tested in May 1997, presented on a display track (3) £2000-3000
1413.   A 3½" Gauge Live Steam Coal-fired American 4-4-0 Locomotive, in beautifully embellished 'Midland Railway' blue as no 10, 'Adolph Hugel', the Locomotive with twin outside cylinders and inside valve motion, lever reversing, axle-driven water pump, pressure and water gauges, hand pump to bogie Tender which is fitted with hand brakes, overall G-VG, no boiler history (2) £1500-2500
1414.   A 1" Scale Live Steam Coal-fired Traction Engine, with single cylinder, mechanical lubricator, 2-speed gears, water pump, contracting drum brake, pressure and water gauges, well engineered and finished in crimson with red wheels, G-VG, no boiler history

Length 46 cm, width 21cm £800-1200