Flies, Drives & Floats
The Engineered Live Steam Auction
on Thursday 23rd May 2019

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1.      Bowman Style "OO" Gauge/7mm Live Steam 0-4-0 Tank Locomotive, hand finished in LMS maroon/black no locomotive identity, unboxed, overall good. 20-40
2.      Bing (Germany) "OO" Gauge/7mm Early XX Century Live Steam 0-4-0 Tank Locomotive, "Capstan" drive to wheels, finished in overall lined black, unpainted brass boiler, R/No 2663, unboxed, condition - corrosion to right hand cab side otherwise fair to good. 50-80
3.      Basset Lowke Pre War "OO" Gauge/7mm Live Steam 2-6-0 LMS Stainer "Mogul" and Six Wheel Tender, finished in LMS black R/No 2945, unboxed condition, well steamed, paint loss to boiler, tender very good. 120-180
4.      Basset Lowke Pre War "OO" Gauge/7mm Live Steam 4-4-0 "Enterprise Express" Locomotive and Six Wheel Tender, finished in SR green lined white, with R/No 6285 on the tender, unboxed, locomotive has, paint loss to chassis, paint loss and "Scorching" to boiler 120-180
5.      A Live Steam "OO" Gauge/7mm 0-6-0 "Freelance" Tank Locomotive by Leech (Rochester) Ltd, produced in the 1980's this example appears to have a modified cab structure, unpainted, unsteamed, good unboxed condition. 50-80
6.      A Live Steam "O" Gauge/7mm 0-6-0 "Freelance" Tank Locomotive by Leech (Rochester) Ltd, finished in overall black, no locomotive number/name, unboxed, it has been steamed with minimal scorching and paint loss to cab roof, otherwise good, good plus. 60-100
7.      A Bowman 'O' Gauge Ref 234 Live Steam 4.4.0 Locomotive and 6 Wheel Tender- Southern Green and Black, White lined livery, R/no 453. - Unboxed condition overall good- usual paint discolouration due to being steamed, damage to drawbar. 120-180
8.      Bowman "O" Gauge Ref 234 Live Steam 4-4-0 Locomotive and Ref 250 Six Wheel Tender, L.M.S maroon R/No 13000,boxed in original wooden boxes, usual paint discolouration, loss due to being steamed, tender has chopping to raised edges and missing centre axle wheel set, boxes fair tender box lid missing. 120-180
9.      Bowman "O" Gauge Ref 300 Live Steam 0-4-0 Tank Locomotive, L.N.E.R lined green, R/No 300, boxed in original wooden box, loco has usual paint discolouration/loss due to being steamed, box good. 60-100
10.     A Mamod SE2 Steam Engine with Burner, plus additional spare boiler, lot includes small scale engineered brass vertical steam engine, playworn. 30-50
11.     Two Boxes Hornby 3 Inch "Stephensons Rocket" Track Ref G102, condition, appears unused, boxes fair (edge rubbing/split corners etc) 20-30
12.     Wilesco Ref D-32-EL Stationary Steam Plant, the electrically heated boiler is fitted with a 1500 watt element, the boiler is nickel plated and operates a twin cylinder slide valve engine driving a boiler feed pump and line shaft for running implements, also fitted with additional generator and light unit. A control console contains pressure gauge and tachometer with instructions and in original (poor) box. The model appears to have had little use and in very good (slightly grubby) condition. 150-250
13.     Wilesco "Old Smoky" Live Steam Roller Ref D36 MS Brass Version, appears little used, boxed with fuel tablets and accessories very good condition (a little tarnished) box fair, with splits, rubbed edges to lid. 40-80
14.     Hornby "OO" Gauge/4mm Ref R1041 Live Steam Class A4 4-6-2 "Mallard" LNER Blue R/No 4468 - Boxed Set, the set appears unused, in a very good box. 200-300
15.     Wilesco Ref D.HO Live Steam Traction Engine- Boxed. In excellent lightly steamed condition- complete with fuel tablets, instructions etc. Box very good. 60-100
16.     A Mamod Live Steam SE2 Stationary Steam Engine, with five accessories including hammer and buffing wheels .All attached to a board. 30-50
17.     A Large Quantity of Live Steam Components Manufactured by Leech (Rochester) Ltd, mainly for their 0-6-0 "Freelance" tank, consists of chassis (some rolling), wheels, boilers, burners,valve gear, rods, body parts etc etc, appears to be all new and sufficient to build several locomotives, worthy of close inspection. 200-400
18.     Four Mamod 'G' Scale Rolling Stock Items Comprising of Brake Van, plus three open coal wagons. 50-80
19.     A Post- War Wilesco Steam Plant and Two Pre-War Bing Accessories - including bench drill, spares or repair. 30-50
20.     An Early XX Century Gauge 2 0-6-0 Six Coupled Tank Engine by Bassett-Lowke. Liquid fired- ideal project for full restoration of a hard to find locomotive. 400-600
21.     A 3 Inch Gauge Live Steam Model of Stephenson's Rocket by Hornby, although steamed appears little used, boxed with track. 100-150
25.     Three Items "G" Gauge Boxed Rolling Stock Accucraft "L and B" Open Wagon, "Train" Ref 757-5806/ "Triton" DB Railway Tanker, plus "Train" Ref 757-5805, eight wheel "Bogied" "OR" low sided open wagon, condition good to very good, boxes very good. 30-50
26.     Three L.G.B'G Gauge Items of Rolling Stock, Continental outline, Ref 94107 brake van Ref 46350 box car and Ref 32190 'Lighted' Mail Car. All three boxed, condition good to very good, boxes fair to good 30-50
27.     Two Items "G" Gauge Rolling Stock - Aristo Craft, Ref Art 41420 P100 ton Hopper Car, plus Bachmann Ref 9314 Pennsylvania "Bobber" caboose, both in excellent boxed condition, appear unused. 30-50
28.     Piko 'G' Gauge 0-6-0 Tank Steam Locomotive, DB Railways, R/No 800005, excellent unboxed condition. 20-40
29.     A Modern 'G' Scale 4 Wheel Wagon with 'Circus Wagon' Load. Appears little used, boxed - by Marklin. 40-60
30.     L.G.B.G Gauge Ref 21741 2-6-0 Tank Steam Locomotive, 24 volt D.C - D.R (German Railway) black, R/No 995633 excellent boxed condition (D.C.C current) 30-50
31.     Hartland Locomotives "G" Gauge 0-4-0 Tank Steam Locomotive, ref 136156 "Colorado and Southern" R/No 6, boxed, excellent (dusty) condition. 30-50
32.     A Quantity of "G" Scale Figures by LGB Etc, passengers, station and rail staff (three boxed sets of four, plus eleven loose), condition very good boxes fair (33 items) 30-50
33.     Aristocraft "G" Gauge Ref Art-21309, A.T.S.F/Santa Fe "Slope Back" Tender R/No 1209, fitted with sound and lighting, hood to bulb is missing, otherwise in excellent boxed condition. 20-40
34.     Five 2 Gauge Track Points, Wooden Sleepers, Brass Rails.
40-60
35.     A Quantity of 'G' Scale Accessories Including LGB Mast of Catenary Wire, LGB electical uncoupler, LGB momentary switch control box, all boxed. 50-80
36.     Four 'G' Scale Open Hopper Wagons by Piko, L.G.B, playworn. 40-60
37.     Three 'G' Scale Outline American Coal Hoppers by Bachmann, all black East broad top liveries, playworn. 30-50
38.     A Quantity of 'G' Scale (Straight Section) Track by Aristo (90cm Sections), boxed. 20-40
39.      Three L.G.B G Gauge Boxed 'Jubilaums Express' Anniversary Passenger Coaches, 1982, 1983 and 1984. Very good plus condition- boxes fair to very good. 40-60
45.     A Quantity of Motor Cycle Literature Relating to Rudge Motor Cycle- Including the rudge book of The Road/ 1931 brochure,1930 spares catalogue/ 1929 Rudge Whitworth catalogue / among other items. 30-50
46.     Book- 'Per Rail- Transportation is the Life Blood of Commerce.' 1913 Edition. All 3 colour maps in tact. 50-70
47.     An Aireys Railway Map for England and Wales, Dated 1901- Folded into a leather binding. Linen Backed, full colour. 30-50
48.     A Metal Enamelled Totem for ''Wallington'' Railway Station - Made by Mead Mclean/ London. Condition fair - overall length 36 inch Wallington is in the London Borough of Sutton/South London- previously a L.B and S.C Station, opened in 1847. 200-400
49.     A Small Quantity of Railway Ephemera- books on weathering 4mm and 7mm modelling- booklets for the Lord Nelson and ''Coronation''- G.W.R 1933 Rule Book etc. 10-20
50.     A Quantity of Railway Ephemera Predominantly 1960's B.R. Excursion and Rail Service Information. Condition fair to good. 20-40
51.     A Midland Signal Box Block Bell, with central tapper, bell detached. 30-50
52.     A Cast Metal Crest Plate for the Great Western Railway Company, based on a 19th Century design. Condition very good, possibly reproduction. 30-50
53.     A B.R Mid XX Century Three Aspect Railway Oil Lantern- Burner appears unused. Overall very good. 30-50
54.     A Cast Iron Railway Track ''Chair'' for LSWR Dated 1900- foundry marks for H.W and Co Ltd. Condition: very good. 20-40
55.     A 2nd Half XX Century Signal Box Diagram, 'Heeley Station', framed associated telephone circuit card/a BR clock face and signal box plaques. 50-80
56.     A Quantity of Ephemera for BR, BR Southern Region and G.W.R. - Rule Books, various instruction books, ''Rates of Pay Memorandum 1920'- G.W.R magazines for 1935 and 1947 etc, of interest: a copy of The Times ''Great Western Railway Centenary Number'' - 1835/1935 featuring ''The Cornish Riviera Express'' on the front page. Overall Condition: fair to good. 20-40
57.     A Very Interesting / Informative Mr/LMS Engineers Office London District, Agreement Book Number 26- The contents cover A Period from 23.05.1885 (Flitwick Station) to 17.10.1927 (Matters relating to Vauxhall Motors, Luton) Briefly the contents include detail plans and legal history to developments within the regions territory, a volume of worthy of full inspection., and historic note 500-700
58.     A Modern Irish Railways Train Head Board - 'Emerald Isle Express', with associated photograph. 200-300
59.     A Quantity of Railwayana Buttons Badges for S.R / LNER / G.N.R. / LB SC etc- Station master badge noted- 2 ''ACME'' whistles (BR and BR/SJ) - various ''Southern'' tickets - plus a G.W.R 'StaffDinner' Menu at The Fishguard bay Hotel 31.12.1926. Overall condition: fair. 20-40
60.     A Southern Railway Cast Iron Railway Sign, ''Warning'' with No Trespass Information. Condition: Very good- Dimension: 16 x 24 inch. 60-100
61.     A L S.W.R Cast Iron Railway Sign, ''Passengers Must Cross Line by Subway'' Condition: Very good- Dimension 16 x 26 inch. 60-100
62.     A Cast Iron Finial Attributed to a L.S.W.R Design- Stamped on base S.R (Southern Railway) with Foundry Marks for E and J.K Ltd. Height: 24 inch. Condition: Unbroken and ideal for full restoration. 60-100
63.     A G.W.R Cast Iron Support Bracket- Used for sink, cisterns, shelf etc. Condition: good. 20-40
64.     A 1920's Midland Railway Single Line Block Instrument, stamped 1920/MR/LMS/M.R.Co. 70-100
65.     A 4 Aspect Oil Signal Lantern LNER Green, (repaint) BR burner, flat lease, fair to good condition. 30-50
66.     Appleton 3 Aspect Railway Signal Lamp, appears complete, signs of wear/repair, flat lense. 40-60
67.     SAR /SAS South African 3 Aspect Railway Lantern by Bladon Birmingham, bullseye lease, appears complete, fair condition. 40-60
68.     A Vintage BR(E) Welch PA Railway Lamp, bearing brass plaque inscribed "Lamp Manufactures and Railway Supplies Ltd, London", good condition. 20-40
69.     Two Cast Iron LMS Wagon Plates, twelve tons/522331 and twenty one tons/426014, fair condition. 25-40
70.     Two Cast Railway "Plates", cast iron GWR wagon plate, 1924/twelve ton/1718, plus reproduction brass plate "North British Locomotive Co Ltd, Glasgow, fair condition. 25-40
71.     A Quantity of Railwayana, knifes, forks, spoons by various operators, plus other tableware, of note. A tureen cover of the LCD railway (London, Chatham and Dover), founded 1859, ceased to exit 1922. plus two early BR compartment lamps, a GWR "window blind" 1849/1949 "Centenary" ashtray - 1879/1979 "Travellers Fare" centenary coin, etc, condition fair to good. 30-50
72.     A British Rail 'Away' Signal Enamel Flag, yellow and black. 30-50
73.     A British Rail 'Home' Signal Enamel Flag, red and white. 30-50
74.     Eight Brass Carriage Cart Wheel Hub Nuts, builder C. Sanderson of Thorne noted, fair condition. 80-150
75.     A Metal Merryweather Fire Bucket, cira 1940's/1950's, fair condition. 10-20
80.     A Cast and Machined Model 'Mill' Style Live Steam Engine- Cast bose stamped STP2. Overall length 5 inches. Missing flywheel and other small parts. Early Stuart Turner progress. 50-80
81.     A Stuart Turner 'Sun' Marine Flash Steam Engine- inch bore x inch stroke, mounted on plate with external pump/lubricator. 120-180
82.     A Four Pillar Overcrank Colliery Steam Engine 'Real' by Stuart Models. 1 inch bore x 2 inch stroke. Flywheel 7 inch diameter, height 16 inch's. Well built, however inner cable wheel replaced by a non standard variant. 150-250
83.     An Early XX Century Live Steam Plant (Brass Plate Attributing to "F.R. Jones" 1922), with horizontal single cylinder piston of possibly German manufacture; one inch draw, coupled to a three and half inch dia flywheel. Connected to a boiler of unknown origin with external cladding. Condition fair to good and worthy of inspection with a view to refurbishment. 100-200
84.     A Well Engineered Model of a Live Steam Horizontal Mill Engine, the single cylinder, one inch bore by two inch stroke with hardwood lagging - open crank, five inch dia flywheel with crank to a water pump - the model finished in green with polished brightwork, and set on a hardwood plinth with water tank, pipe work fitted for compressed air supply. Overall size 16.5 x 6 x 6 inches. 150-250
85.     A Clear Perspex Model of a Vertical Steam Engine in the Style of Stuart, shows internal workings, metal flywheel 11cm dia, overall height 20cm, attached to wooden base, air driven. 30-50
86.     A Live Steam 'Stuart Sun' Style Marine Engine, replaced perspex sides show internal workings, fitted to run on compressed air. Flywheel to small electric generator, voltmeter and output. All attached to wooden base. 40-60
87.     A Small Machined Hot Air Engine Double Flywheel 5cm Dia to Single Cylinder, attached to wooden plinth 18m x 10cm. 30-50
88.     A Machined Stirling Hot Air Engine, twin perspex flywheel 7cm dia to single cylinder. attached to wooden base, no burner 30cm x 12cm. 40-60
89.     A Machined Stirling Twin Cylinder Parallel Hot Air Engine, twin flywheels 6cm in diameter, attached to wooden base, no burner 30cm x 12cm. 60-100
90.     A Machined 'V' Type Single Crank Hot Air Engine with Belt Driven Cooling Fan, flywheel 11cm diameter to single cylinder, attached to wooden base, no burner 29cm x 10cm 60-100
91.     A Scale Model of The 1839 J Nasmyth Steam Hammer, glass fibre casing to metal working parts, 28cm high, on wooden plinth, attached to electric motor for demonstration 60-100
92.     A Well Engineered Diorama of a Live Steam Cotton Mill Power Plant, fitted with a twin cylinder horizontal engine (similar to a Stuart Turner Twin Victoria), with a two inch stroke by one inch bore, brass cylinders, seven inch flywheel with belt drive to a working generator, model equipped with a horizontal boiler fitted with pressure gauge, water sight glass, whistle etc (boiler unfired, model currently fitted for compressed air). The model finished in black with polished brass work, plus four "Members of Staff" - all attached to a wooden base - overall size eighteen inch square by eleven inches high. 500-800
93.     A 1.5 Inch Scale Live Steam "Model Engineer" Major Beam Engine, from a Design by Mr George Gentry, Built from either Reeve's of Stuart Turner Castings, with beam supported on turned central column, with watts papallel motion linkage to a single vertical cylinder, large 23.5cm diameter flywheel, smaller 8cm pulley belt wheel. The model finished in green and red paint work with polished bright work and mounted on a stained wooden plinth. Whilst able to run on steam or compressed air, the model is fitted with an electric motor with friction drive to flywheel. 300-500
94.     A Well Engineered Steam Plant, Diorama of a Circa 1920's Marine and Steam Engineers Workshop, Stuart Beam engine powered by a thirteen inch vertical boiler, fitted with pressure gauge, sight glass, whistle etc )boiler never fired, model currently operated by compressed air). Workshop equipment includes operating lathes (flat bed and pillar), bench saw, workbench, forge etc. Ancillary equipment; waste bin, tools, "Clocking In" machine. All fitted to a wooden base (supplied with protective wood cover). Overall size 17 x 30 inches. 600-1000
95.     A Handbuilt Diarama In The form of a Tribute to Fred Dibnah, consisting of two figures, boiler, chimney, 'Land Rover'. All attached to a wooden base with plaque, 49cm x 24cm contained in purpose built wooden case. 30-50
99.     A Super Detailed Model of The Royal Navy Audacious Class Aircraft Carrier RO9 'Ark Royal', possibly by Bravo Delta Models, measuring over a metre in length, and mounted on a wooden plinth, some minor signs of damage, especially to small parts. 150-250
100.    Pond Yacht- 'Ladysmith' in the Form of a Sailing Barge or Similar- Fully rigged wooden hull, overall hull length 53cm/overall height to bottom of weighted full keel 67cm. 25-40
101.    Wooden Hulled Pond Yacht Fully Rigged on Stand- Overall hull length 52cm/ overall height 78cm to bottom of weighted keel. 20-40
102.    Pond Yacht 'Curlew' Fully Rigged on Stand- Overall Hull Length 53cm/ overall height 75cm, to bottom of keel. 25-40
103.    Fibre Glass Hulled Pond Yacht with Open Access Hatch- Fully rigged on stand. Overall hull length 56cm/overall height 84cm to bottom of weighted keel. 25-40
104.    A Super Detailed Model of a Royal Navy Invincible Class Light Aircraft Carrier, possibly by Bravo Delta Models, wooden, metal and plastic construction measuring 100cm in length, 18cm wide, 34cm high (accounting for plinth) presented on a wooden display plinth, pennant number RO7, damage to rear gun barrel noted. 250-400
105.    A Super Detailed Waterline Model of The Royal Navy D32 'HMS Daring' A Type 45 Destroyer, possibly by Bravo Delta Models, presented on a wooden plinth, minor damage noted, overall length 80 cm. 80-150
106.    A 1970's/1980's Large Plastic Travel Agents Display- Model of 'Norstar' North Sea Ferry from the Hull/Rotterdam route. Model internal lighting still in place. 96cm long. 50-80
107.    A Large Scale Live Steam Model of A Mid XX Century 2 Funnel Liner- 'Andromeda'. Single lined steel construction to wooden superstructure. Superstructure come away in four pieces to reveal boiler and burner linked to a Stuart Turner 'Sun' marine engine. Driving a single propeller. Overall Length 125cm. An ideal project for a full restoration. No paperwork. 800-1000
108.    A Large Scale Impressive Live Steam Model of a WW1 Style Gun/Torpedo Boat with Removable Three Funnel Superstructure- Wooden hull with lead keel. Simple vertical single cylinder engine driving single propeller. Boiler present. Printed grey over black with pendant No. 044 (which was a WWI private yacht minesweeper). Overall length 100cm. No paperwork. 600-800
109.    A Scratchbuilt Possibly Kit Built Radio Controlled Swamp Air Boat Styled Model, with blown plastic hull, Aero engine, Futaba S3003 servo, Futaba T2ER, 27 mhz radio control system, playworn. 30-50
110.    Contents of an Aero Modellers Workshop, including petrol powered Aero engine, Graupner cam folding prop, glow plugs, receivers, rotostart 2 -shaft drive starter, CT2098 four channel radio control system, propellers including Airflow 12-8 pusher, glow clip. 30-50
111.    A Hobbyking Pulse Jet with Ignition System Redhead Gasoline Engine - suitable for model planes, cars and boats, accessories, instruction manual, boxed. 70-120
112.    A Single Jet Turbine Engine- suitable for a model aircraft, car, boat, length 25cm, rear diameter 11cm, untested. Together with a model jet reaction engines publication by Colonel C.E. Bowden. 100-200
113.    A Veron #V.0719 AVRO 504N Model Aircraft Kit - Balsa wood parts , 56'' / 1422mm wingspan, suitable for diesel and glow motor. 0.23 up to 0.36 cubic inches. buyer to assure themselves for completeness of kit, boxed. 50-80
114.    A Mid XX Century Wooden Aircraft Model Kit of The 'Stratosphere High Performance Duration Model by Frog. Part built, with original plans in a contemporary wooden case. 60-100
115.    A Mid XX Century (New York-USA) Pre-Fabricated Controliner, ''Pitts Special'' Skeltons Championship, ''Little Stinker'' model airplane construction kit, Balsa wood parts, formed metal engine. cowl, 25 wingspan controller decal sheets present, unchecked, boxed. 20-40
118.    A Small Quantity of Cast Metal Model "Live Steam" Locomotive Parts, two cylinders, buffers, wheels etc, unused condition. 40-60
119.    A Small Quantity of Live Steam Components. 2 ''and 3'' Gauge Noted, including a boiler housing. Among other items 20-40
120.    A Well Made 2" Gauge Live Steam 4-4-2 Steam Locomotive and Six Wheel Tender, built to L.B.S.C's design "Ayesha", silver soldered boiler with pressure gauge, water sight etc. The chassis with twin outside cylinders, slide valves actuated by slip eccentrics. The tender fitted with sprung wheels, water feed pump and buffers. Overall finished in unlined black with no 426 to the tender. Whilst the engine is supplied with a boiler certificate (80 psi dated 10/15) it appears not steamed, missing small components and will require minimal finishing. Overall length 33 inches. 500-800
121.    A Part Built 3" Gauge Live Steam L.M.S "Jinty" 0-6-0 Tank Locomotive "Molly" Built to L.B.S.C Plans, chassis with twin inside cylinders, slide valves actuated by 'Stephenson's gear, coupled wheels, buffers and couplings. Silver soldered copper boiler, working pressure 80 psi - boiler certificate dated 04/17. Supplied with what appears to be a full set of drawings. 200-400
122.    A 3'' Gauge Scratch Built Kit Based Garden Railway 0-4-2 Locomotive, R/No 8190, LNER black livery, battery operated electric motor, together with four 3 '' gauge scratch built Rolling Stock vans including 8 tons Fruit van, 12 tons Saxa salt van. 200-400
123.    A 2 Inch Part Built Live Steam 4.4.0 Compound Locomotive (No Tender) - Fitted Walschaert's valve gear, twin outside cylinders, drive wheels, pony truck, brake, silver soldered boiler etc- missing CAB controls, sight glass etc. Appears to have been previously steamed and dismantled for restoration. An ideal basis for full restoration. No boiler certificate/paperwork. 150-250
124.    A 3" Gauge Live Steam 0-2-0 Locomotive and Four Wheel Tender - The model type "Rainhill;" LBSC's, currently unfinished but worthy of inspection with a view to full restoration. Chassis with twin outside cylinders and slip eccentric valve gear. Silver soldered copper boiler with sight glass but missing usual additional instruments, controls - The tender finished in green and black but again missing usual water equipment. The Model was built in 2014 and has boiler certificate for that year. Length's Locomotive 14 inch, Tender 9 inch. 300-500
125.    A 2 Inch Gauge Live Steam Glass T9 4.4.0 Locomotive and Six Wheel Tender- Whilst clearly showing signs of previous steaming, the (none coal) energy source has been removed. - CAB fittings include pressure gauge, sight glass etc. The Chassis with twin inside cylinders - the model is finished in Southern green and black with white lining. The tender with ''Southern E 314'' to both sides, tender fitted spring wheels, steps and grab rails. Whilst of an age with 'crazed' paint and missing components, she is worthy of further inspection to possible full restoration. Overall length 28 inch. 600-1000
126.    Eight Items Steam Model Railway Books/Booklets, includes 1937 Basset Lowke catalogue plus "Model Steam Locomotives"by Henry Greenly, condition fair. 20-40
127.    A 3 Inch Gauge Live Steam 2-4-0 Steam Locomotive and Eight Wheel Double Bogie Vanderbilt Style Tender, of The American Civil War Period (1861-1865). The chassis with twin outside cylinders, Stephenson's valve gear, "Cow Catcher" etc - The silver soldered copper boiler with pressure gauge, sight glass etc. The engine whilst currently unsteamed carries a boiler certificate (180 psi) dated 12/98. The eight wheel tender with divet work and hand operated feed pump is finished in U.S.M.R.R blue livery. The loco finished in gunmetal and black. Lengths; Loco 23 inch, Tender 15 inch.

*The American Civil War was the first war where railroads were a significant factor in moving troops and supplies, The United States military railroad (or U.S.M.R.R) organisation was established to coordinate this new capability for The Union Army, over time they would capture, build or buy some 420 locomotives. Our model has the straight stack associated with a Union coal burner. (balloon stacks were a feature of wood burners). 800-1500
128.    A 3'' Gauge Scratch Built Kit Based Garden Railway 0-4-0 Tank Locomotive R/No 8091, LNER black livery, battery operated electric motor. 80-150
129.    A 3 Inch Gauge Model of a 4-2-2 Stirling Single Great Northern Railway Live Steam Locomotive and Six Wheel Tender, built to a very good standard, finished in traditional green black lined livery, sign written "G.N.R" to tender - No 1 to loco. The silver soldered copper boiler with fittings including regulator, pressure gauge, water sight glass etc. The chassis with twin outside cylinders, Stephenson's valve gear, brakes etc. The Tender with suspension, steps and hand rails, no boiler history or documentation, overall length 50" - mounted on display plinth. 1500-2500
130.    Part Contents of a Live Steam Model Makers Workshop, copper tubing and sheet, boiler components, chassis plates, brass (GWR) chimney and dome, plus other unfinished brass castings, wheels etc. 60-100
131.    A 5 Inch Gauge Live Steam Rolling Chassis Attributed to Martin Evans Firefly Design of GWR Class 4575 2-6-2 Tank Locomotive, includes part completed cab, brass funnel and steam dome, plus front and rear pony trucks, no build documentation.

The original locomotive was of a design by Charles Collett often referred to as a "Small Prairie". 100-250
132.    A 3 Inch Gauge Chassis, possibly "Married" to a 5 inch body, of a Scratch Built Live Steam Locomotive, loosely based on a Lancashire Yorkshire Railway 4-4-4T "Dreadnought" - fitted with water sight glass, ratchet lever operated regulator, pressure gauge, safety valves, etc - The Chassis with twin outside cylinders, valve gear, brakes, etc. Built to a very good standard, painted blue, named "Brenda" but no R/No. no boiler history or documentation, overall length, 35 inches. 800-1500
133.    A Well Engineered 3" Gauge Live Steam Model of A 4-6-0 Tender Locomotive R/No 5143 Stanier 'Black 5'. The silver soldered boiler with fittings including pressure gauge, sight glass, regulator and other usual ancillary controls, the chassis with twin outside cylinders, Walschaerts valve gear, brakes, safety valves and whistle, the model finished in LMS black and red lined livery, the six wheel tender with hand operated water pump. 5143 comes with what appears to be a full set of LBSC build plans, there is no boiler certificate. Overall length approximately 46"/125cm, cab width 6 /24cm. 1500-2000
134.    An Early XX Century /2 Inch Gauge/ Gauge 3 Live Steam 4-6-2 Locomotive by Jubb Limited of Sheffield. Based on Brighton Railway - 'Abergavenny.' Appears to have been overpainted green. Ideal basis for a full restoration of a hard to find locomotive. 1000-1500
135.    A Well Engineered 2" Gauge Live Steam "Passchendaele" Model of New Zealand Railway's A.B Class 4-6-2 Pacific Steam Locomotive No 608, with an Eight Wheel Double Bogie Vanderbilt Tender, the chassis with twin outside cylinders, valve gear, brakes, safety valves etc - the tender with feed pump, fitted steps and hand rails. Currently in an unpainted mainly polished brass finish, the model is 95% competed, with some backhead fittings missing etc, she is worthy of a full inspection prior to re-commissioning.

*No 608 was introduced in October 1915, withdrawn October 1967 - currently Mainline certified and in preservation. AB608 gained the notable distinction of being named "Passchendaele" in 1918 to commemorate the N.S.R staff who had been killed in the First World War - The model is fitted with plaques to that effect Supplied with boiler certificate, expiry date 08/13. 800-1500
136.    A Well Engineered 2 Inch Gauge Live Steam Model of a 4-6-2 Pacific Locomotive Attributed to ''Curly Lawrence's L.B.S.C Fayette Design Plus Eight Wheel Double Bogie 'Vanderbilt Tender.- CAB fittings include pressure gauge sight glass and other usual fittings. The Chassis with twin outside cylinders, Walschaerts valve gear. The model finished in overall gloss. Black with R/No 221040 to CAB, N.W.L.R to tender sides which is fitted with hand operated water pump and spring suspension. Boiler history available (to 2002). Overall length 43 inch (Loco' 25 inch, Tender 18 inch) 1500-2000
137.    A 3 Inch Gauge Live Steam Old Type 4-4-0 American Locomotive and Eight Wheel/Double Bogie Vanderbilt Style Tender, attributed to L.B.S.C's "Virginia" drawings and castings. The chassis with twin outside cylinders and Stephenson's link gear with side valves. Cab fittings include water sight glass etc, but no pressure gauge. The tender fitted with sprung wheels, steps, grab rails plus hand operated feed pump. The model finished overall in gunmetal and black with number 1578 to tender sides, the engine appears un-steamed and requires some work to finish. An inspection will note small components require fitting plus completion of water supply pipe work etc.

*There is no boiler certificate or other paperwork, "Virginia", a "Wood USA Burner" was introduced in answer to requests that L.B.S.C should design a real pioneer days type of locomotive, that would capture images of The Old West and Cowboys/Indians. Length's Loco 26inch, Tender 16inch. 1000-2000
138.    A 3 Inch Gauge Live Steam Ivatt Glass 4.4.2 Locomotive and Six Wheel Tender- The model is currently unfinished , whilst there is provision for an energy source is it yet to be completed. However, CAB fittings include steam pressure gauge, sight glass, regulatory etc. The Chassis with twin outside cylinders, stepmensons valve gear, brakes, safety valves and whistle. The tender with sprung wheels fitted guard rails, hand irons and steps. The model is unpainted (Brass finish) with Brass plate No. 4433 to GAB. Also an additional Brass plate with Basset-Lowke Ltd. Nordhamptom (Not a typo') No boiler certificate or paperwork Overall length 45 inches. 2500-3000
139.    A 2 Gauge Static Model of An American Outline "President" Class 4-6-2 Pacific Steam Locomotive and Eight Wheel Double Bogie Vanderbilt Style Tender, the engine is not fitted with a boiler, firebox or cab controls but has correct chassis with twin outside cylinders, Walschaert's valve gear, brakes, pony and bogie etc. The tender with water pump, steps, and hand rails. The model finished in green and black with "Baltmore and Ohio" to tender sides. Length's Loco 26 inches, Tender 19 inches. 100-200
140.    Two Five Inch Gauge 'High Track' Bench Passenger Wagons. (one has a bogie missing), plus a pair of five inch gauge bogies, all in need of renovation. 50-100
141.    A Well Engineered 3 Inch Gauge Live Steam 4-6-4 "Baltic" Locomotive and Eight Wheel (Double Bogie) Tender, The silver soldered boiler with fittings including water sight, regulator, pressure gauge. Plus usual ancillary equipment. The chassis with twin outside cylinders, Walschaerts valve gear, brakes, etc. The model finished in lined dark green with steps, handrails, locomotive No. 3 to cab, N.R. (Nairobi Railways) to tender. No boiler history or documentation. An unusual locomotive worthy of full inspection. 1500-2500
142.    A Well Engineered 3 Inch Gauge Model of A 2-6-4 Standard Tank Live Steam Locomotive, the silver soldered copper boiler with fittings including pressure gauge, water sight glass, regulator etc. The chassis with twin outside cylinders, Walschaert's valve gear, brakes, fitted whistle, the model finished in L.M.S black with loco number 2581, steps and hand rails. no boiler history or documentation, overall length 36 inches. 1500-2500
143.    A Well Engineered Model of a 5 Inch Gauge 0-6-0 Side Tank Steam Locomotive, numbered 1019 and named "Alison" - the silver boiler with fittings including steam pressure gauge, water slight glass, regulator, etc. The chassis with twin outside cylinders, Walschaert's valve gear, steps and hand rails. The model finished in L.M.S black. No boiler history or documentation, overall length, approximately 30 inches. 1700-2500
144.    A Well Engineered 5 Inch Gauge Model of a 2-6-2 Prairie 'Fire Fly" Side Tank Live Steam Locomotive, the silver soldered boiler with fittings including pressure gauge, water sight glass, regulator and other usual fittings. The chassis with twin outside cylinders, Stephenson's valve gear, brakes, etc. The Model finished in Great Western green and black livery with steps, hand rails, no locomotive number, but named "Penelope". No boiler history, or documentation, overall length forty inches. 1800-2500
145.    A L.H. Loveless Gauge One Class A4 Pacific 4-6-2 Steam Locomotive- and 8 Wheel Tender - BR Blue ''Sir Nigel Gresley,'' R/No 60007, fitted with an electric motor, this highly detailed model is unused, and comes with its own carriage case, 30 inch display cabinet, and a ''Peter Spoeder'' 3-LS rolling test track. 4000-5000
150.    Midsummer Models Ex Mayor 1:24th Scale Model Burrell Scenic Showmans Engine- No 4000, boxed. 60-100
151.    Midsummer Models 1:24th Scale Model Burrell Showmans Engine- ''White-Rose of York'', No. 2804, boxed. 60-100
152.    Mid summer Models 1:24th Scale Model Burrell Showmans Engine, ''Lightning II'' No. 3526 certified No. 332 of 500. '(certificate creased),' boxed. 60-100
153.    A Well Built Modern Meccano Model. Based on a John Fowley K5 Ploughing Engine fitted with electric motor, working steering and cable winding from under the boiler. There is no build history of documentation but we understand it has working drive. Worthy of further inspection and an ideal basis for improvement. 150-250
154.    A Well Built/Engineered Example of a John Fowley R3 Showmans Engine- Made from 90% plus new Meccano parts- fitted with electric motor, working steering plus a belt drive to the front dynamo. There are no lights fitted, but clearly worthy of detailed inspection and an ideal basis for further improvement. No build history/documentation. 100-200
155.    A "Fareham Engineering Co" One Inch Scale Live Steam Model of A "Showman's Traction Engine", named "Jubilee" To Commemorate 1977 - brass and copper spirit fired boiler, Stephensons valve gear, pressure gauge to cab etc. Finished in "Jubilee" (stove enamelled) blue and red - cream wooden roof, sign written Jubilee No 32 to one side, "C.B. Wild" Family carousel to other. Supplied with boiler test certificate dated January 1978, plus colour brochure etc. length 21 inch, eleven inch high, 7 inch wide. 600-1000
156.    A 1 Inch Live Steam Aveling and Porter Type AD Compound Road Roller. The silver soldered copper boiler with easy access, to backhead controls, fitted with regulator, sight glass, pressure gauge etc - the engine details including twin compound cylinders of 1 inch stroke, Stephenson link reverse and two road speeds, 5 Inch dia 'Flywheel', - chassis detail with 7 inch dia rear spoked rollers, 5 inch front roller etc, - finished in red, black and green with polished metal work, brass plate "Invicta Racing Horse" to front, Aveling plate to right hand side plus the name "Lady K" to both sides and sign written canopy (G Patrick and Sons). A Well engineered model worthy of further investigation, although stands well she is an ideal project for full restoration, there is no boiler certificate or paper work. Model is possibly based on a John Hanings Design, 27 inch long 10 inch wide. 1200-1800
157.    A Two Inch Scale Live Steam Model of a Shand Mason Horse Drawn Fire Engine, sign written 'Billingham Fire Brigade' based on drawings by Edgar T Westbury and Reeves Castings, The model with vertical boiler having normal steam fittings, twin cylinder live engine, eccentric driven feed pump, water pumps, water tanks, hose. Chassis and body details include spoked wooden wheels, drivers seat, bell, lamp brackets, length 56cm . Finished to a very high standard. 1500-2500