Edmondson Date Stamper (ex Victorian Railways), working condition, with ink roll, 23 cm high with 13 cm diameter base, painted in Victorian Railways green. The usual paint chipping but no dings - good condition. Also huge 1972 plan (328 x 99 cm) of Flinder
VR Edmondson Ticket Cabinet containing four ticket racks each for 13 rows of tickets. Believed to have come from Loch Rs; all the labels on the racks are for South Gippsland or Melbourne. Smaller size cabinet., 89 x 62 x 14.5 cm. Exterior appears to have b
Three open face pocket Watches; a Railway lever on a Swiss movement in a 56mm nickle case, an Elgin on a gilt movement signed Hh Taylor in a 58mm nickle case c1894 and one marked Kelton in a 50mm nickle case.
'Victorian Railways - dining car Services menu', C1950s, set of four cards covering: breakfast, Lunch/dinner, light Refreshments, Liquor & wine services. Also: duplicates of the breakfast, lunch/dinner & liquor menus. All 125 x 190mm, with printed heading
'Victorian Railways - dining car Services menu', C1950s, set of five cards covering: breakfast (two different menus), Lunch/dinner, light Refreshments, Liquor & wine services. Also: duplicates of the breakfast & liquor menus. All 125 x 190mm, with printed
Edmondson Date Stamper, with VR logo to top (worn), 23cm high with base 13cm diameter, painted in the standard VR green. Appears to be in working condition albeit a little sluggish due to a missing spring. The usual paint chipping. Also a complete set of t
Edmondson Date Stamper, with VR logo to top, 23cm high with base 13cm diameter, painted in the standard VR green. Appears to be in good working condition with plenty of ink on the ink roll; the usual paint chipping
N.S.W. Signal lever labels, all standard small size, (14 x 6 cm; one still attached to metal backing plate, overall 23 x 7 x 8 cm). Noted: 'Shunt Dn or up goods to Botany ', 'Up Third home Main or Sub. To Mortuary'. (the latter could either be from near Sy
N.S.W.: metal bracket from steam loco engine with five Different Gauges: steam Drifting gauge, -30 to 15 psi; steam gauge, 50 to 300 psi; duplex gauge (red and black indicator arms), 0 to 150 psi; B.P. Flow Indicator; Westinghouse gauge, 10 to 160. Gauges
N.S.W. Signal Indicator marked 'Lever No. 6'. Wooden box with glass front showing a signal representation in silvered metal with a small, moveable distant arm; opens to show electrical fittings behind the display. 24 x 13 x 9.5 cm. Display has a few paint
Steam box Stoker gauge from the standard Stoker Company Inc, New York, the oblong brass box with glass front has two gauges each with two indicator hands - the left gauge is for the stoker engine and the right for fine coal; with flexible metal hose to the
Steam Pressure gauge, circular with indicator arm, indicates 0 to 15 psi, marked: 'Exhaust steam Pressure When engine is Steaming. Keep as Much below black line as possible. Never Allow to Pass red line.', manufactured by D.S.K. Pty Ltd, mascot, stamped: '
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