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Original NSW government railways luggage rack, length 77 cm approx

Original NSW steam locomotive plaque, made from cast brass 'No 439 Built By the Clyde Engineering Co Ltd Granville NSW 1930' with brass locomotive number 5717, 100 cm x 92 cm

Emu Bay Railway, Tasmania: plate from Garrat 4-8-2+2-8-4 loco no.20, built by Clyde Engineering Co, Granville, NSW, 1943. Oval, 10.5 x 20 cm.

Vintage NSW Railways travel planner, diameter 24 cm approx

Three NSWGR bowls and six dishes (NSW Government Railways)

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

Brass NSW Railways Luggage rack. Probable reproduction. Length 72 cm

1880 map showing the Railway Systems of the Colonies of QLD NSW VIC and S.A.

A vintage NSWR brass train carriage luggage rack 75 cm, width

NSW locomotive builders plate built by Mort's Dock and Engineering Co Ltd to accompany NSWGR locomotive 5702, which was built by Clyde Engineering

NSW locomotive builders plate, 'N.S.W.G.R., Designed and Built, Eveleigh Works, 1926', brass plate, 35 x 20 cm. From an early NSWGR C36 4-6-0 locomotive

NSW brass builders plate, 'The Clyde Engineering Co Ltd/ Granville & Sydney/ No.175 (Phoenix) NSW/ 1916' with Australian coat-of-arms at top (25 x 29 cm), chalked on reverse '5426'

NSW brass steam locomotive builders plate, 'Beyer Peacock & Co.Ld/ 1908/ Manchester', oval plate, 25 x 15 cm, with '3315' chalked on back

Locomotive builders, Class and number plates: NSW locomotive builders plate, 'Beyer Peacock & Co. Ltd./ Gorton Foundry/ Manchester, 1899', oval brass plate, 42 x 20 cm, chalked on reverse '5021'

Railway photographs, c1898-1962, a mix of originals and photographic reproductions, many showing locomotives, mainly Victoria, also noted South Australian Railways and the emu Bay Railway Company; historical reproductions c1900-30s, includes Victoria, NSW

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

Railway Crockery; mixed lot 1950s-70s. NSW RRR (early): 1 x soup bowl; 2 x condiment plates. NSW Tcs: 1 x cup & saucer; 1 x bread & butter plate. NSW/Vic Railways ('Southern Aurora'): 1 x serving plate; 1 x bread & butter plate. QRR: 1 x cup & saucer; 'Gha

Timetables: circa 1929-87 collection, noted Victorian Railways (54) including 'Country Line Services - Passenger Time Tables' for Oct. 1933, Sept. 1937, June. 1938 and Dec. 1938; also NSW (6) ; Trans-Australia Railway (2), South Australia (1) and WA (3). F

NSW: a group of metal signs: 'Guard's Indicator' as found on all suburban platforms, semi-circular rhomboid, 15 x 18 x 26 cm, will clean up; 'North Shore ?? Gas Co', 17 x 15.5 cm, railway useage; 'Material Must Not be Stored Here', 15 x 22 cm. Generally go

NSW. A group of miscellaneous signs: 'St. Leonards Substation Electrical branch Dept of Railways', 28 x 115 cm; 'South Australian and Western Australia', Sydney central station sign, 45 x 61 cm; 'Please Address Your Luggage name and Destination Only', 46 x

NSW parcel's van platform sign (44.5 x 61 cm) from Regent Street, c1950s: 'Short Main line P.V. - Petersham, Lewisham, Summer Hill, Ashfield, Croydon, Burwood, Strathfield', with one 57 x 25mm blackboard insert for the platform No. And departure time; tan,

NSW parcel's van platform sign (54 x 64 cm) from Regent Street, c1950s: 'Short Main line P.V. - Homebush, Flemington, Lidcombe, Berala, Auburn, Clyde, Rosehill, Camellia, Rydalmere, Dundas, Telopea, Carlingford'; 'Motor lorry' added in m/s & Lidcombe and R

NSW platform sign (61 x 92 cm): 'Cooma - Tarago, Queanbeyan, Michelago, Cooma, Canberra, Bredbo, Nimmitabel, Bombala', with two 80 x 100mm blackboard inserts for the platform No. And departure time; green & black on white with green frame. A oneoff sign! s

NSW sign (61 x 91 cm) from Darling harbour pertaining to freight train loading, c1970s: 'Cootamundra freight centre - Boorowa, Binalong, Wallendbeen, Cootamundra, Tumut, Mt Horeb, Stockinbingal, Galong, Harden, young, Gundagai, Coolac, Batlow, Temora, Beth

NSW Signs: 1) 'No Smoking' - someone has added a small label 'Locomotives Excepted', 15 x 91 cm; 2) 'State rail Authority', 12 x 100 cm; 3) bracketed sign: 'Sh', each letter on an individual plate, 13 x 15 cm; all placed into a bracketed sign, 17 x 98 cm;

Railway Signs: NSW platform parcel's van Signs (all 45 x 74 cm) from Regent Street, c1950s, 'Western Parcels Express': 1 = 'Bathurst'; 2 = 'Orange'; 3 = 'Forbes - Parkes, Condoblin, Forbes, Molong, Manildra, Tottenham, Bogan gate, Albert, Trundle'. All tan

NSW/AN: 'The Alice, Inaugural service', set of 10 different menus for this first trip in November 1983. ('the Alice' was a short-lived Sydney-Alice Springs train.) very good to mint condition. (10)

'Southern Aurora', set of two pre-decimal menus, the second issue, 1962, six-page foldout, laminated, full colour with the NSW & Vic Coats of arms and floral emblems. Four sets. Most attractive! (the first menu was issued before the train was officially na

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)

A group of NSW/VR aluminium signs as found in sleeping berths of 'Southern Aurora', C1960s. 2 x 'Cabin Directory Southern Aurora, Spirit of Progress, Brisbane Limited Express & Gold Coast Motorail Express', 186 x 278mm; 2 x 'Toilet and Wash Basin' / 'Meals

'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

Mile post 329: NSW railway type with two faces at right-angles, 18 x 39.5 x 4 cm and 18 x 4 x 4 cm and 18 x 39.5 x 4 cm. Heavy metal, black on white. Good condition

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

NSW: 19th century double-sided sign: 'General Waiting room', embossed white on black with white border, 255 x 765 cm. Presented with wall bracket, 63 cm long. Some paint chipping but still a nice early piece

NSW: turntable sign (35.5 x 46 cm): 'Danger. Serious Injury is Liable to Occur to Unauthorised persons Moving This turntable', metal, black & white on black & white

NSW Sydney central double-sided platform sign (46 x 66 cm), one side 'Unbooked Passengers map Occupy seats Not Shown Reserved in This car'; other side 'This carriage for Passengers for Lithgow to Mudgee' (as used on the combined Mudgee/Cowra mail that spli

NSW wooden station sign: central. Double-sided, 25 x 6.5 x 160 cm, black on white. A 'Central' sign would be the highlight of any NSW collection! the usual chipping and paint cracking