V.R Tram (St Kilda-Brighton) rotating, circular destination sign, showing: St Kilda, Dickens St, Vaultier St, Elwood Dpt, Md Brighton, Brighton Bch. This sign was in the driver's cab to indicate the position on the destination roll. Black on painted white
U.S.S.R. Locomotive head-plate showing a large 'Hammer & Sickle' logo and with the name C.C.C.P. (U.S.S.R.) to the top. Raw metal, oval, 32 x 27 cm. Needs a good clean but good condition. Also: U.S.S.R. Builder's plate, marked in part: 'No.5 1937', 22 x 29
Queensland Railways: plate from BB18¼ 4-6-2 loco no.1037 (builder's no.5963) built at Vulcan foundry, Newton-le-Willows, Lancashire, 1950. Plate is worn and repainted all over in red. Oval, 13 x 22.5 cm. Loco 1037 spent many years on a plinth in a Mackay p
An NZR bronze railway engine number plate 'DSA 223', oval form with red paint to the recesses. Note built by Drewry/Vulcan in 1953, in NZR Service from 1954 to 1985, then to MOTAT in that year 1985. 25.8 x 41.5 cm
Locomotive Builders, Class and Number Plates: Victoria: R701 number plate. appears to have recently had a re-paint - minor scuff marks but still very good condition. (R701 was the third R Class to enter service on 20-07-1951 and has subsequently been scrap
Trams - Brisbane: Metal Bell (10 cm diameter with 37 cm long bracket & gong); leather tramway straps (2); Tram stop sign, '1a/ Hail Trams Here /1a / Hail Trams Here', 61 x 46 cm; signs (5) - including 'Exhibition' & double sided: 'Special Fare 1/1 - Specia
Trams - Melbourne: the classic small tram stop sign: 'Hail Cars Here', black on white with red to top and base, fl at with right-angled protruberance which affixes onto pole, double-sided, 530 x 33mm. Plus the iconic sign: 'Warning - Do Not Stand in Doorwa
Victoria. Number plate from current V/line diesel loco N 455 ('City of Swan Hill'). Recorded As Being repainted in 2000 Which Looks About Right, minor Wear Marks, But Excellent Condition. a Wonderful Display Piece
VR brass locomotive builders plate, 'No.6049, 1953. The Vulcan Foundry (Limited) Newton-Le-Willows Lancashire', chalked on reverse 'J 503', oval 23 x 13 cm. (the 'J Class' was built by the UK firm Vulcan foundry of Newton-le- Willows in 1953 and 1954. This
Locomotive builders plate, 'Australian Standard Garratt Locomotive/ G-11 /Commonwealth Land Transport Board ', 48 x 33 cm. (locomotive was built at the Islington Railway Workshops in South Australia to the design of the Commonwealth Land Transport board as
Qgr: brass locomotive builders plate: 'Walkers Limited, Engineers, Maryborough. No.358, 1923', oval plate 29 x 18 cm. Believed to have come from a Queensland Government Railways 'C17' 4-8-0 steam loco. Painted all-over red
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