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New Zealand : plate from Ja.1259 (builder's no.382): 'New Zealand Government Railways. Built at the Hillside Workshops (Dunedin). No.382, 1952'. Ja.1259 was written-off in 1969.

Seventeen assorted pieces of New Zealand Railways crockery

A New Zealand Railways leather satchel together with padlock. Plaque stamped 'Culverden'.

A wooden New Zealand Railways 'No Smoking' sign stating 'Smoking in all Shops Prohibited'. Length 91 cm

Boxed as new Williams O gauge BC-109 Canadian National – Budd car power and Dummy set, cab #520, #525, silver livery

Book. 'First Stop Central. The Electrified System and Cars of the New South Wales Government Railways' by Keenan & Clark. 1963, with track diagrams, fl eet histories, etc. Hard cover with d/j. Some faults on d/j, but still very good condition

Collection, mainly of samples of new style tickets issued by Vicrail, Mmtb, The Met during the 1970s & 80s, housed in 6 small albums. Also group of souvenir tickets (100+) for the inaugural Double Deck Train ride, 09-03-1992. Victoria Passes in folder form

Assorted New Zealand rail badges, with tram badges, armplates, conductor, etc.

Brass locomotive builders plate, 'New Zealand Government Railways. Built at Addington Workshops. No, 130, 1913' large oval plate 28 x 45 cm

A New Zealand Railway glazed tile, hexagonal in red and yellow glaze. Faults. Width 15 cm

VR: 1950s rebuilding of Richmond station: 'Notice. This Entrance Closed From 30th November, 1958. Entrance to Station Will Be Through New Buildings, Swan Street Or New Subway, Stewart Street', 80 x 61 cm (Faults); also framed copy of 1939 freight maps, Vic

Locomotive builders, Class and number plates: brass locomotive builders plate, 'New Zealand Government Railways. Built at Railway Workshops. No.4.1892', large oval plate 43 x 26 cm

Railways/NZ: Handsome early tourist books, 'Wellington to Napier, NZ Railway Souvenir View Album'; 'New Zealand - Paradiseof the Pacific' (Dunedin, 1927); 'Mount Cook Motor Co's Ltd, Map of Mount Cook and Lakes Districts, New Zealand '; plus books and maga

Extremely rare pre 1908 enamel sign from carriage, signed by T. (Tom) Ronayne, first General Manager of New Zealand Railways, 1895.

Enamelled metal sign, 'New Zealand Railways Road Services. '

Enamelled brass locomotive plate, 'No. 397, 1956/ New Zealand Railways/ built at Hillside Workshops.'

New Zealand Railways cast brass and steel screw jack with raised lettering and stamped 'Gas shop', ex Newmarket and Otahuhu Railway Workshops.

Dornan, S.E. & Henderson, R.G.: 'The electric Railways of New South Wales' ('ta, 1976) & 'The electric Railways of Victoria' ('ta, 1979). Classic books and excellents sources of information. Very good condition. (2)

'Department of Railways, New South Wales. Notice to staff, an Employee Must Not. ', lists 45 rules, '1st December, 1946, S.R. Nicholas, Secretary for Railways.' black print on white linen, 39.5 x 53 cm. Stains at bottom of notice. Also: a collection of oth

N.S.W. Builder's plates: state coat of arms and 'The Department of Railways, New South Wales1947', oval, 20 x 29 cm, very nice looking; 'N.S.W.R. Eveleigh works 1909.', oval, 12 x 25 cm. Both very good condition. (2)

Railways - NSW (and Victoria): 'Go Southern Aurora to Melbourne for Only $31.20 Return, New South WalesGovernment Railways', and NSWGR logo, with views of the full train in motion at night behind a NSW 44 class locomotive in maroon livery; breakfast in bed

'Go There by train. Jenolan Caves, New South Wales', with image of the Indian canopy, Orient Cave. Issued by the, New South WalesDepartment of tourist Activities and Immigration. 99 x 61 cm

Advertising Signs: 'Caltex Custom five star motor oil. Meets API service SD SB SC CA CB CC' (35.5 x 53.5 cm); 'Lemon Fab is lemon Charged to Whiten.' (35.5 x 51 cm); 'Tip top 1, Sandwich bread. Good on You Mum Tip top's the one.' (20 x 56 cm); 'Time to Buy

Group of travel maps, brochures, flyers and menus etc, noted Pan America's complete guide to travel in the United States. 2nd printing 1960, 540pp; miniature Atlas and Gazetter of the world, c1950 old condition; Visitors guide to Melbourne 52pp printed by

'For Your Holidays Travel by Train', 88 x 57 cm, issued by the publicity and advertising branch, New Zealand Railways, printed by E.V. Paul, Government Printer, Wellington

Flinders Street Station: VR file on the 1909 opening, contains: Victorian Government White Paper, 'Victorian Railways Contract (No.13,531) For the Erection of Station Buildings', 22pp plus 66 x 33 cm fold-out Drawing of Elevation of Station and a 1908 phot

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