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Catalogue - Ticket Auction 26 November 2005

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1COLNE VALLEY RAILWAY issued Parly single from Yeldham to Castle Hedingham (dated 17/8/1872). In VGC, apart from two clips and slight staining on the back. Castle Hedingham was renamed Sible & Castle Hedingham in September 1867, which indicates that this ticket was possibly from the original stock supplied to Yeldham in May1862. (1)£300
2CORK, BLACKROCK & PASSAGE RAILWAY issued 3rd single from Cork Albert Street to Blackrock (dated 5/4/1931), together with unissued 3rd singles from Carrigaline to Monkstown, and Raffeen to Passage. The tickets are in VGC, except for Sellotape on the back of the latter. Passenger services were withdrawn in 1932. (3)£50
3SOUTHEND-ON-SEA CORPORATION TRAMWAYS punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS, comprising ½d blue/mauve Half Fare Ticket, 1d white, and (no fare) blue / red Scholar’s Half-fare Exchange Ticket. In VGC. The system opened in 1901 and closed on 8/4/1942. (3)£20
4EAST & WEST JUNCTION/STRATFORD-UPON-AVON AND MIDLAND JUNCTION RAILWAY (and various titles in between) selection of E11, E12, E21 and S112/S113 type LUGGAGE LABELS to a variety of destinations. VGC. (8)£50
5BELFAST & NORTHERN COUNTIES RAILWAY issued dog single from Limavady to Magilligan (@) (dated 4/3/1902) in VGC. (1)£50
6CITY & SOUTH LONDON RAILWAY JOINT TITLE SINGLES: With Baker Street & Waterloo Railway from London Bridge to Trafalgar Square; with GN & City Railway from Clapham Common to Highbury; and two with Charing Cross, Euston & Hampstead Railway from City Road (closed 1922) – to Golders Green, and Belsize Park or Hampstead. The tickets were issued in 1908 / 09. (4)£210
7LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd Parly single from Felin Hen (closed 1951) to Afonwen (one word) (dated 8/9/1900). In VGC, but has cancellation clip. (1)£120
8BLACKPOOL & FLEETWOOD TRAMROAD CO. 6d horizontally-printed white roll-type TRAM TICKET for use between Fleetwood and Dickson Road. In good condition, but with barely visible vertical crease. This concern opened in 1898 and acquired by Blackpool Corporation 1/1/1920. (1)£45
9METROPOLITAN RAILWAY issued 1st, 2nd & 3rd singles from Baker Street East, Bishopsgate SO, Farringdon Street (/), Finsbury Park LL, Gloucester Road Brompton, Gower Street (r/n 1/11/09), Kilburn & Brondesbury, Kingsbury & Neasden (r/n 1/1/1910), Kings Cross SO, Marlborough Road, Moorgate HL, Neasden & Kingsbury, Northwick Park & Kenton, 2 x Portland Road (r/n 1/1/17 – 1 to Borough closed 23/2/25), St John’s Wood 1 (r/n 11/6/39), St. John’s Wood Road (r/n 1/1/25), Wembley Park 1 (/), West Hampstead, Willesden Green & Cricklewood (r/n 1938). (20)£120
10LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Bradford L&Y, Churchtown (dog – soiled), Elland (to Triangle – closed 8/7/1929), Haslingden (bike - Bd), Horwich, Moses Gate (bike), New Hey, Oldham L&Y (a), Preston Road (a), Rochdale A. (10)£60
11STARCROSS TO EXMOUTH FERRY & ASSOCIATED RAIL JOURNEYS: DEVON DOCK & PIER CO. issued GWR-print 3rd single Exmouth to Totnes, audit GWR-print 3rd return Exmouth to Torquay, 2 audit whole and 2 issued halves BR prints; 4 BR-headed whole Edmondsons (2i; 2 u), plus 4 DEVON DOCK PIER & STEAMSHIP CO. LTD. (12wh 2hlf)£80
12NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY issued 3rd single from Victoria Park Whiteinch (renamed 1925) to Hyndland in VGC other than glue mark on back. The ticket was issued in 1926 and is overstamped LNER. (1)£65
13LONDON INDEPENDENT BUS OPERATORS: A selection of named-stage ‘fareboard’ and geographical punch-type tickets comprising 2 x A.T. Bennett, 3 x Enterprise, 2 x H.B.&D. Omnibus, Nelson, New Era and Redburn’s. All used and in generally good condition. (10)£110
14LONDON, TILBURY & SOUTHEND RAILWAY LUGGAGE LABELS from Burdett Road to Barking, Ockendon, Plaistow, Shoeburyness, and Tilbury Dock, in good condition. A difficult company from which to find labels. (5)N/S
15PLATFORM TICKET SELECTION comprising British Railways (LMS style – with red diamond) from Chester General (/), Liverpool Central No.1, Liverpool Lime St. No.2, Manchester Ex. No.1, Wolverhampton No.2: British Railways (Red diamond, RE conditions) from Barnstaple Jn. 1, Caernarvon, Holyhead, London St. Pancras, Manchester Ex. No.2, Okehampton; British Railways (Red diamond, BTC conditions) from Ilfracombe; BTC (red diamond) from Dover Priory, Manchester Exchange; BRB (red diamond) from Bournemouth Cen No.1, Christ’s Hospital, Haywards Heath, Honiton, Oxted, Uckfield. (20)£25
16GLYN VALLEY TRAMWAY CO. issued single from Castle Mill to Glynceiriog (dated 10/11/1930), together with an unissued single from Dolywern to Pontfadod and blank Folding Mail Cart ticket from Chirk. The tramway closed on 6th April 1933. (3)£120
17SOUTHERN & GREAT WESTERN RAILWAYS (title in full) undated 3rd singles from Plymouth Friary to Brixton Road, Steer Point and Yealmpton (Child) in excellent condition. The destination stations closed in 1930, re-opened in 1941 and finally closed on 6/11/1947. (3)£140
18LGOC & ASSOCIATED COS. (13) and LPTB (BUSES) (38) all different fareboard geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from Services 608, 58, 125, 111, 212, 550, 111 (formerly 550), 603 and 244. A selection of tickets which have been loose mounted on card with historical notes by the vendor is offered to show changes in stage names / route patterns during the period covered. Condition is mostly good with some unusual / rare issues noted. Note: This is the continuation of the disposal of a comprehensive collection of London Bus, Tram and Trolleybus tickets assembled over 50 years ago which commenced in 2001. They have been sorted and assembled into “geographical” areas and in this catalogue the theme is ‘Across the top of North London’. The “geographical” theme will continue in further batches of tickets from this collection in our January catalogue. Be sure to look out for the other lots in this catalogue. (51)£70
19BR (H) HIGHLAND LINES SOUTH / EAST OF INVERNESS – STATIONS ‘G’ TO ‘T’: Issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Gollanfield Junc, Granton-on-Spey West, Grandtully, Guay (a), Keith Junction (to Tauchers), Kincraig (a), Kinloss, Lhanbryde, Mulben, Nairn, Newtonmore, Orbliston, Orton, Perth, Pitlochry, Stanley, Stanley Perth (a), Tomatin (a). (18)£120
20LARNE & STRANRAER STEAMERS JOINT COMMITTEE issued Saloon & 1st Single Larne Harbour to Carlisle GSW; Steerage & 3rd singles Larne-Harbour to Annan G&SW (Bd), Larne-Harbour to Paisley G&SW, Stranraer-Harbour to Newry E. Street GN, Steerage Single Larne Harbour to Stranraer Harbour (revised fare), plus 1 severed half. (5wh 1hlf)£80
21CHESTER CORPORATION TRAMWAYS punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS comprising 1½d mauve and 2d yellow, both in VGC. This system opened in 1903 and closed on 15/2/1930. (2)£45
22TOTTENHAM & HAMPSTEAD JOINT RAILWAY issued Pre-Grouping 3rd singles from Crouch Hill (Bd) and St. Ann’s Road, together with issued Pre-Nationalisation issues from Crouch Hill and Harringay Park. The railway’s title is shown in a different format on each of the tickets. (4)£26
23A MATCHING PAIR OF NORTH METROPOLITAN TRAMWAYS CO. AND LCC TRAMS 1d blue punch type TRAM TICKETS. Seven geographical stages are shown, the only difference being that Median Road (to Bethnal Green Road) has been changed to Linscott Road on the later print. (2)N/S
24LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY selection of LUGGAGE LABELS on blue/green/ pink/tan/yellow coloured paper conforming to types L91/1 – L91/4. Also three L92 and L93 types on mauve paper to Isle of Wight destinations. Minor duplication. (35)£50
25GREAT NORTH OF SCOTLAND RAILWAY issued 3rd single from Cruden-Bay (closed 31/10/1932) to Edinburgh (dated 19/10/03) – in good condition, but clips – together with a GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY article single from King’s Cross, London to Cruden Bay (@ dated 1/8/00) in VGC. (2)£110
26TURNPIKE TICKETS from the Cobham and Ripley Turnpikes, both with a pre-printed date of ’23 Feb 1762’ – the former costing ‘One Penny’, the latter ’12 Pence’. These tickets are mounted within a glass frame and, therefore, are not suitable for illustration in the catalogue. A chance to acquire a couple of early ‘road tickets’. (2)£80
27BR (N) BRADFORD AND LEEDS AREA issued whole Edmondsons from Armley Moor, Batley, Bramley, Bradford Exchange, Dewsbury Central, Drighlington, Drighlington & Adwalton, Holbeck High Level, Laisterdyke, 2 x Leeds Central, Morley Top, New Pudsey, Ossett, Pudsey Greenside, Pudsey Lowtown, Stanningley, Wakefield Westgate. (18)£50
28INDEPENDENT BUS OPERATORS: A selection of punch type numerical stage BUS TICKETS comprising A & W Omnibus Service, Birch Bros. Ltd., British Lion Omnibus, Claremont Omnibus Services, Miller Traction Co. Ltd., Red Rover, St. George Omnibus Co. Ltd, and Triumph Motor Bus Coy. The fronts of the tickets are in good/VGC, but the back have marks/missing paper due to earlier mounting with Sellotape. (8)£90
29LNER FINSBURY PARK TO HIGHGATE AND BRANCHES issued whole Edmondsons comprising 2 x Alexandra Palace St’n, Cranley Gardens, Crouch End, East Finchley, Finsbury Park 1, 3 x Highgate, Mill Hill East for Mill Hill Barracks, 3 x Muswell Hill, 2 x Totteridge & W.; machine issues from 2 x East Finchley, 2 x Finchley Central, 4 severed halves; plus BR Muswell Hill. (20wh 4hlf)£55
30GLASGOW SUBWAY RAILWAY CO. punch type tickets, comprising a 1d ‘Child Ticket’ to any station (minor foxing) and a 2d ticket from Govan Cross to any station. (2)£270
31MANCHESTER SOUTH JUNCTION & ALTRINCHAM RAILWAY oval leatherette ‘Yearly First Class Contract Ticket’ from Manchester to Sale issued in June 1864. In VGC internally; a little scuffing on one part of the outside covers. (1)£110
32LM&SR PERTH TO FORFAR AND BRANCHES: Issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Alyth (a), Alyth Junction (Bd), Bankfoot (closed 13/8/1931), Blairgowrie, Cargill (/), Cupar Angus, Eassie (a), Forfar, Glames (a), Jordanstone (a), Kirriemuir, Meigle. The Alyth, Blairgowrie and Kirriemuir branches all closed in the early 1950s. (12)£130
33LGOC & ASSOCIATED COS. (3) and LPTB (BUSES) (22) all different fareboard geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from Services 71, 307, 107, 107/107A, 306 and 242 serving the North of London. A selection of tickets is offered which have been loose mounted on card with historical notes by the vendor showing changes in stage names / route patterns during the period covered. Condition is mostly good with some unusual / rare issues noted. See note at Lot 18. (25)£65
34CÓRAS IOMPAIR EIREANN issued whole Edmondsons from Abbeyfeale, Ballaghadwreen, Ballinascarthy, Ballyhaunis, Bantry, Belturbet, Cahirciveen, Cobh Queenstown, Cork Glanmire Road, Corofin, Dromod, Dunkettle, Farranfore, Kenmare, Killorglin, Milltown Dublin, Mountrath, Newcastle West, Streamstown, Woodenbridge. Some closed stations in destinations. (20)£30
35BRITISH TRANSPORT COMMISSION 2d PLATFORM TICKETS from mixed Region stations beginning with letters A, B and C. Too many to list, so tickets need to be seen. (40)£40
36SOUTH WALES PRE-GROUPING MISCELLANY comprising LNWR 3rd singles from Abergavenny Brecon Road and Tredegar, GWR 2 x Parly 3rd singles from Risca, Barry Railway 3rd single Cardiff Riverside Jn GW to Cogan, and 3 x zone tickets from the same station to Barry Island – Dog, Child’s Folding Mail Cart, and Ice Cream Cart, Street Piano, Bath Chair & c. Condition varies, but generally good. (8)£100
37BR (S). Approx 150 issued and audit whole Edmondsons from a wide variety of stations including closed / de-staffed dating from c.1950s-1980s. All appear to be different. No NCR21s. (Qty)£90
38THE NORTH METROPOLITAN TRAMWAYS COMPANY punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS comprising 5 x different 1d blue, 1½d green, and a brown Exchange Ticket to Euston Road / Hampstead Heath. Two of the tickets are earlier prints. This company commenced operations in 1870 and closed down on 28/4/1908. (7)£50
39LISKEARD & CARADON RAILWAY issued 2nd single from Moorswater (closed 5/5/1901) to Looe (dated 30/12/1881) in VGC apart from slight Bd. The L&C was absorbed by the GWR on 1/7/09. (1)£60
40NEATH & BRECON RAILWAY audit whole Edmondsons comprising 1st single Devynock (renamed 1/8/1913) to Swansea Mid.Ry, and 3rd revised fare return Criagynos (Penwyllt) to Brecon. (2)£85
41LONDON, BRIGHTON & SOUTH COAST RAILWAY ½d paper roll ticket: Langston Bridge Toll in VGC. (1)£70
42BR (H) BALLACHULISH BRANCH: Issued transitional prints from Appin, Ballachulish Ferry, Ballachulish Glencoe, Barcaldine, Benderloch, Creagan, Connel Ferry, Duror, Kentallen, Oban. (10)£55
43BURY CORPORATION TRAMWAYS punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d pink Child (/), 1½d green, and 1½d blue (/). The Bury system opened in 1903 and closed on 13/2/1949, although route closures began as early as 1932. (3)£20
44SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY. A very early LUGGAGE LABEL of type S78/1 on blue paper with bold border: St Leonards to Plymouth Via Reading in VGC. (1)£160
45GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY T3 BEAM PLATFORM TICKETS from Aberystwyth N?, 2 x Birmingham Snow Hill C, Birmingham Snow Hill D, Cardiff General D, Cardiff Gen Up D, Exeter, Great Malvern, Hereford, Oxford C, Paddington B?, Pontypool Road, Reading A, C & D, 2 x Reading B, Swindon Jn. No.2, Tonypandy & Trealaw, Wolverhampton. A variety of colours and overprints. Needs to be seen. (20)£40
46GATESHEAD TRAMWAYS punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d white and 2d pink geographical stage issues, together with a 1d blue child ticket without stages – all in VGC. The Gateshead system closed on 4/4/ 1951. (3)£60
47MIDLAND RAILWAY, HEREFORD, HAY & BRECON LINE, issued 3rd singles from Eardisley to Llandrindod (corner and Bd) and Glasbury to Three Cocks. (2)£180
48LONDON TRANSPORT (BUSES) all different geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from Routes 221, 230 and 240 serving the North of London in wartime and post-war periods. A selection of tickets is offered to show changes in stage names and route patterns during the period covered. Condition is mostly good with some unusual/rare issues noted. See note at Lot 18. (98)£170
49BR (M) NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE LINES: Mainly issued whole Edmondsons from Alsager, Alton Staffs, Barlaston & Tittensor, Buckland & Northwood (a), Cheddleton, Consall, Egginton, Endon, Kidsgrove Central, Kingsley & Froghall, North Rode, Oakamoor (a), Rocester, Rudyard Lake, Sudbury Staffs, Trentham, Tutbury, Wall Grange (a), Wedgwood, plus a 1958 Railtour issue. (20)£40
50KNOTT END RAILWAY issued 3rd single from Knott End to Preesall in excellent condition (dated 6/8/1912). The Knott End Railway became part of the LMS system in 1923. The two stations opened in 1908 and closed on 31/3/1930. (1)£370
51NORTH LONDON RAILWAY issued 2nd singles from Bow, and Chalk Farm, together with issued 3rd singles from Broad Street, Canonbury (/), and Mildmay Park. Four tickets issued in the 1890s. (5)£55
52GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY issued 3rd single from Spilsby (closed 10/9/1939) to Mumby Road (dated 30/4/1904). The ticket is in good condition, but has two of the GN cancellation holes. (1)£20
53COVENTRY CORPORATION TRAMWAYS punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d blue, 2d blue, 2½d yellow, 1¼d blue Exchange Ticket (for Prepaid Privilege Ticket), and 3d Return Transfer Ticket, all with named stages; plus 1½d mauve and 3d blue numbered stage tickets. The Coventry system closed down on 24th December 1940, although some parts closed as early as 1932. See also Lot 303 . (7)£140
54LNER WAVERLEY ROUTE: Issued whole Edmondsons from Canonbie, Galashiels, 2 x Gilnockie, Gorebridge, Harker, Hawick, Langholm, Longtown, Newcastleton, Newtongrange, Penton, 2 x Riddings Junction, St. Boswells, 2 x Stobs, Stow, plus undated workman returns from Hawick and Melrose to Charlesfield Halt. (20)£200
55SOUTHERN RAILWAY T1 PLATFORM TICKETS from Itchen Abbas, Newton St. Cyres, Northam, Partridge Green, Penshurst, Umberleigh, Victoria B (roll ticket /), Westenhanger, Winchelsea, Worplesdon (/), together with BRITISH RAILWAYS (S) (red diamond/conditions front/back blank) issues from Arundel, Barcombe, Brighton No.4, Kew Gardens No.1, Waldron & Horam No.2, BTC (S) 2d issues from Brighton No.3, Chichester No.1, West Worthing No.1, BTC (S) 2d issues from Bournemouth Cen No.1, Templecombe. (20)£35
56GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY: A used MOTOR OMNIBUS for use in the Helston / Mullion / Lizard area at a fare of 1/6d. In VGC. (1)£80
57LM&SR issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Scottish stations. Contains a good proportion of closed stations. (100)£95
58LONDON STREET TRAMWAYS COMPANY: Three early Whiting issues – 1d brown Angel and Battle Bridge St. Pancras Road; 3d blue Nag’s Head and Euston Road; and 2d white with various named stages, together with two later issues – 1d white various named stages and 2d white Euston Road and Nag’s Head. All in good / VGC; one with minor mounting mark. This concern was opened in 1871 and taken over by the North Metropolitan Tramways on 13/11/1897. (5)£90
59LONDON, BRIGHTON & SOUTH COAST RAILWAY issued whole Edmondson travel tickets from Battersea Park, Bexhill, Box Hill & BB, Cheam, Clapham [Road], Coulsdon & Smitham Downs (renamed 9/7/1920), Grange Road for Crawley Down & TH, Groombridge, Horsham, Loughboro’ Park & Brixton (renamed 1/1/1894 Bd), Mitcham Junct, New Cross, Penge, Preston Park, Queens Road Peckham (Bd), South Croydon Main Line, Stoats Nest for Coulsdon & Cane Hill (renamed 1/6/1911), Three Bridges, Waldron & Horeham Road (renamed 1/1/1935), West Grinstead. (20)£160
60LNER: NORTH EAST OF ENGLAND. Mainly issued whole Edmondsons from Beal, Bedale, Bishop Auckland, Blackhall Rocks, Blaydon, Bowes, Bradford Exchange, Bramley, Broomielaw, Castleford, Cargo Fleet, Forge Valley (a), Kielder (a), Monkseaton B, Nostell (a), Tyne Dock, Wakefield Westgate Stn., Walker Gate, Wallsend, Willington N. (20)£65
61ASHOVER LIGHT RAILWAY. A 1½” x 2½” card ticket issued by the Ellis Travel Bureau, Chesterfield, covering a journey from Vicar Lane, Chesterfield, to the ALR’s Chesterfield Road station by Corporation bus, thence on the railway to Ashover Butts, with a plain tea in the ‘Where the Rainbow Ends’ café. This facility was introduced in the summer of 1935 and lasted a further year, following which the ALR passenger services were withdrawn. The ticket has a little creasing on the right and a small amount of back damage, but is one of only 3 known examples, all of which are for the outward journey and overstamped ‘Child’. A chance to obtain a particularly rare ticket! (1)£85
62GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY – OXFORDSHIRE & SURROUNDING COUNTIES: Issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Alvescot (u), Ardley (u), Blackthorn (u), Bledlow Bridge Halt (a), Bloxham, Brill & Ludgershall (a), Campden (u), Charlton Kings (u), Cheltenham South & Leckhampton, Chinnor (to Wainhill Ht), Combe Halt (a), Hook Norton, Kelmscott & L’ford Platform (/), Perivale Halt, 3 x Toddington (to halts 1u), Stratford on Avon (a), Stratford on Avon Racecourse Platform (a). (19)£170
63BOURNEMOUTH CORPORATION TRAMWAYS/TRANSPORT SERVICES: A selection of punch-type TRAM and BUS TICKETS, almost all named-stage ‘fareboard’ issues. Ten have the ‘Tramways’ title, the remainder are ‘Transport Services’, although most of these have either ‘T’ to ‘TB’ overprints denoting tram/trolleybus routes respectively. Two are Colleys prints, the remainder Bell Punch. All are used, and the condition is generally good. (30)£70
64BR (N) KEIGHLEY/ILKLEY TO BRADFORD/LEEDS: issued whole Edmondsons from Apperley Bridge, Apperley Bridge & Rawdon, Armley Canal Road, Bingley, Ben Rhydding, Bradford Forster Sq., Burley-in-Wharfedale, Calverley & Rodley, Frizinghall, Guiseley, Holbeck Low Level, Ilkley, Kirkstall, Leeds City, Manningham, Menston, Newlay, Newlay & Horsforth, Saltaire, Shipley. (20)£50
65LNER IN THE NORTH OF ENGLAND: Issued whole Edmondsons from mainly closed stations comprising Alston, Balne, Blackhall Rock (iu), Boldon Colliery, Elswick, Gristhorpe, Lockington, Monkseaton WB, Monkwearmouth, Pilmoor, Scotswood, Scotby (iu). Sinderby, Speeton, Spofforth, Stannington, Thorner, Warthill, Wormald Green, Yarm. (20)£50
66HULL CITY TRAMWAYS punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising ½d blue ‘Children under 14’ and 2d blue ‘Discount’ – both without stages – plus 1½d mauve with numerical stages. All in VGC. The Hull system closed on 30/6/1945, although this process started 8 years previously (3)£20
67WIRRAL RAILWAY issued 1st return from West Kirby to Hoylake (year illegible), together with an undated 3rd child return from Seacombe & Egremont to Hoylake. Both in VGC. (2)£25
68BUS OPERATORS TAKEN OVER BY LGOC/LPTB which became part of the Country Area and Green Line. Punch type BUS TICKETS, comprising Amersham & District Motor Bus Co Ltd, Amersham & District Motor Bus and Haulage Co. Ltd. 2 x ACME Pullman Services Ltd., Batten’s Luxurious Coaches, Buck Express Ltd., Filkins & Ainsworth Ltd., Gravesend & District Bus Services, Ltd., Regent Motor Services, and Skylark Motor Coach Co. Ltd. Condition varies, but most good / VGC. The tickets are from the late 1920’s, early 1930s. (10)£200
69DARTMOUTH FERRY: issued GWR 3rd singles from Dartmouth to Goodrington Sands Halt, Newton Abbot (Bd); GWR thin card ticket from Kingswear to Dartmouth: BR 8 issued and 1 audit whole Edmondsons to various destinations: and 7GWR and 2 BR severed halves. (12wh 9hlf)£28
70A SELECTION OF BR ‘DITTOES’ (i.e. with same name in both origin and destination stations). Covers letters J to P. 50 tickets in this lot, so too many to itemise, but stations of origin include the following closed stations: Lancaster Green Ayre, Llandilo Bridge, Longton Bridge, Lydd-on-Sea Halt, Middleton Lancs, Northampton Bridge St., Nottingham Vic, Pontypool C. St. Pudsey Lowtown. (50)£80
71LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd Parly single from Willesden Junction to ‘Cannon Street (London)’ (dated 6/5/1867) in VGC. (1)£85
72BR (H) STIRLING TO DUNFERMLINE AND BRANCHES: Issued whole Edmondsons from Alloa, Alves, Balado, Bogside Fife, Cambus for Tullibody (iu), Crook of Devon, Dollar, Dunfermline Lower, Dunfermline Upper, East Grange, Kinross Jun., Menstrie, Menstrie & Glenochil, Oakley Fife, Rumbling Bridge, Stirling, Tillicoultry. (17)£40
73NEWPORT CORPORATION TRAMWAYS punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d pink and 2 x 1d blue – all different. The system closed on 5/9/1937, although route closures actually began 9 years earlier. (3)£80
74BR (W) CHELTENHAM TO SWINDON: Mainly issued whole Edmondsons from Brimscombe, Chalford, Cheltenham Spa Malvern (without ‘Road’), Cheltenham Spa St. James, Churchdown, Cirencester Town, Culkerton, Gloucester Central, Kemble, Minety & Ashton Keynes, Oaksey Halt, Purton (a), Stonehouse, Stonehouse Burdett Rd, 2 x Stroud, Swindon Junction, Tetbury (a). Seven halts in destinations. (18)£35
75LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY Beam PLATFORM TICKET from Southampton West (2) in VGC. (1)£40
76LONDON AREA punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising Walthamstow Corporation Light Railways geographical stage 1d white Child; Croydon Corporation & LCC Tramways 5d brown/white Workman’s Return; LUT Ltd, numerical stage grey 1d Child, LCC Tramways 2/6d Return Services 65-67, and an LPTB Tramways 2d geographical stage issue based on Abbey Wood depot. (5)£25
77BR (S) CLOSED STATIONS: Issued whole Edmondsons from Ardingly, Barcombe, Fittleworth, 4 x Grange Road, Cranleigh, 4 x Forest Row, 4 x Groombridge, 4 x Hartfield, 3 x Hailsham, 2 x Hawkhurst, 3 x Heathfield, 2 x Hellingly (30)£120
78WIGAN CORPORATION TRAMWAYS punch type numerical stage TRAM TICKETS comprising 2d white and 2d green ‘Workpeople Only’ in good/VGC. The Wigan system closed on 28/3/1931. (2)£25
79LNER SEASON TICKETS FROM STATIONS IN SCOTLAND: A selection of 36 tickets, of which 21 are from closed stations, including 8 from the Waverley route. Alloa, Bonnybridge, Eddleston and Cardrona also noted. Includes a variety of types. (36)£70
80DEAL & WALMER PIER COMPANY LIMITED Monthly Promenade Ticket. An attractive Edmondson card, with ‘Aug 22 to Sept 21’ written on the back, although without details of the year – which, from other material in this particular collection, is believed to be c.1866. (1)£28
81LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY 3rd class Mechanical Engineer’s Dept. free ticket issued to the late E.A. Langridge for a journey from Waterloo to Plymouth and back in 1918. Langridge worked under Urie at Eastleigh and the ticket is signed on his behalf. The envelope in which the ticket was sent to the employee, complete with printed conditions of use, is also included. (1 + env.)£22
82RAVENGLASS & ESKDALE RAILWAY: Issued Parly single from Ravenglass to Beckfoot (dated12/8/1907): issued 3rd Parly single from Boot (closed 1918); Issued 3rd singles from Beckfoot, Boot, Eskdale Green, Irton Road, Muncaster (closed 1/11/1924) –all dated between 1906 and 1908 and in VGC; 4 severed halves of the same period, plus 20 miscellaneous other prints from the preservation era. (26wh 5hlf)£30
83NATIONAL STEAM CAR CO. LTD. punch type geographical stage BUS TICKETS comprising 1d white, 1d pink, 2d blue, 2 x 3d yellow, 3½d pink, 2 x 4d purple, 4d red and 9d blue/red. (10)£130
84GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY type G34/2 on yellow and G35/2 on pink paper LUGGAGE LABELS all with printed origin station. From Bury St Edmunds, Cambridge, Downham, Ipswich and Liverpool Street to a variety of “foreign” destinations. All different. Condition varies, mostly good. (12)£70
85MARYPORT & CARLISLE RAILWAY issued 3rd Parly singles from Aspatria to Cleator Moor LNW (closed 13/4/1931 Bd), Wigton to Moresby Parks C&WJR (closed 13/4/1931), Cockermouth (reached by running powers) to Dearham Bridge (Bd), Carlisle to Curthwaite (/), together with an audit 3rd blank return from Dovenby Lodge (closed 29/4/1935). (5)£100
86SHIPPING INTEREST: 14 issued and audit whole Edmondsons, 6 thin card issues, and 22 half Edmondsons. Includes Llandudno & Trefriw Steamship Co. (wh a), Belle Steamers (Wh /), Devon Dock & Pier Co. (wh), SS King Edward / Queen Brixham (tc); LWC Steamboat & LCD (hlf), B&SV SS Co. (hlf), G&PSL Co. (hlf), S&I of W SP Co (hlf). Needs to be seen. (42 – variety)£110
87LNER issued whole Edmondsons, including many from closed stations. (50)£55
88DARWEN CORPORATION TRAMWAYS 1d pink roll-type geographical stage TRAM TICKET, together with a 2d green punch type geographical stage ticket. Both in VGC. The Darwen system closed on 5/10/1946, although route closures actually began 9 years earlier. (2)£25
89LM&SR LINES AROUND LIVERPOOL, WIDNES AND ST. HELENS: Issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Appleton (/), Bootle Balliol Road, Broad Green, Clock Face, Collins Green (a), Earlstown, Edge Hill (/), Edge Lane, Fiddlers Ferry & P, Garston Dock (a), Hale Bank, Liverpool Riverside, St. Helens, St. Helens Jn, St. Helens Shaw St. (to Old Mill Lane), Sankey Bridges, Sutton Oak (a), Widnes, plus Railmotor Widnes LMS / Union Farm Bank: Runcorn Bridge article ticket. (20)£120
90BR (H) ISSUED TICKETS FROM CLOSED STATIONS comprising Baldragon, Blairgowrie, Bogside Fife, Colliston, Elgin, Elie, Elliot Junc, Errol, Fofar, Fraserburgh, Glenbarry, Glenfarg, Kittybrewster, Largo, Laurencekirk, Leven, Lochee, Newmachar, Newport-on-Tay East, Perth Princes St, Peterhead, Pittenweem, Portgordon, Portnockie, Rumbling Bridge, St. Andrews, Spey Bay. (27)£110
91MIDLAND RAILWAY LONDON AREA issued whole Edmondsons from Black Horse Road, Crouch Hill, Cricklewood, 2 x Elstree (1 Bd), Farringdon Street, London St. Pancras, 2 x Moorgate Street, Wanstead Park (Bd /). Destinations include Camden Road (closed 1916) and Hemel Hempstead (closed 1947). (10)£50
92BR (W) TAUNTON TO EXETER AND CHARD: issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Burlescombe, Chard Central, Coldharbour Halt, Cullompton (a), Culmstock, Culmstock Halt, Donyatt Halt, Hatch, Hele & Brandninch (a), Ilminster, Ilton Halt, Norton Fitzwarren, Sampford Peverell Halt (u), Silverton (u), 2 x Taunton, Tiverton Devon, Tiverton Jn, Uffcolme, Wellington Som. (20)£65
93HASTINGS TRAMWAYS COMPANY punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS comprising ½d half-fare white, 1d orange, 1d white, 2d mauve, 2½d blue, 3d blue, and 7d blue – all different. The tramway closed on 15/5/1929. (6)£85
94BR (M/E) KETTERING TO CAMBRIDGE LINE: Issued whole Edmondsons from Buckden, Cranford, Godmanchester, Grafham, Histon, Huntingdon East, Kettering, Kimbolton, Long Stanton, Oakington, St. Ives ER, plus Thrapston Midland Road (u). Service withdrawn 16/6/1959. (12)£55
95SOUTHERN RAILWAY issued whole Edmondsons from Barnes, Barnstaple Jn., Blackfriars (Bd), Brighton, Bromley South, Canterbury West, Clapham Jn., Folkestone Central (Bd), Forest Hill DO, Fulwell, Goudhurst (Hops Marketing Board - Bd), Hampton, Herne Hill, Hook, Kearsney, Putney, Kingston, Margate, North Sheen, Petts Wood. (20)£110
96THE POTTERIES ELECTRIC TRACTION CO. LTD. punch type numerical stage TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d mauve, 1½d green/red, 1½d white, 2d cream, 2d pink / purple, and 2½d cream, plus a 4d green return with both geographical and numeric stages. The tickets have a variety of clips, which may represent cancellation rather than use. The Potteries system closed on 11/7/1928, the process having started two years previously. (7)£210
97CALEDONIAN RAILWAY issued 3rd single from Abbey Junction (closed 1921) to Glasgow (dated 1902). The journey would have been via the Solway Viaduct, over which passenger services ceased in 1914. This ticket has some minor fading and extensive Bd through being stuck down. (1)£120
98LONDON TRANSPORT (BUSES) all different geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from Routes 113 and 143 serving the North of London in wartime and post-war periods. A selection of tickets is offered to show changes in stage names and route patterns during the period covered. Condition is mostly good with some unusual/rare issues noted. See note at Lot 18. (86)£60
99LNER FORMER GN & GE JOINT LINE: Issued whole Edmondsons from Blankney & Metheringham (iu), 2 x Digby, 2 x Gainsborough Lea Road, Lincoln, Lincoln Down, 2 x Misterton, Nocton & Dunston, 2 x Pinchbeck, Postland, 2 x Potter Hanworth, Ruskington, Saxilby, Sleaford (Bd), Spalding, Walkeringham. (20)£30
100BRITISH RAILWAYS (S) PLATFORM TICKETS with red diamond/conditions front/back blank from Bramber, Eastbourne No.3, Exeter Central No.1, Faversham No.3, North Sheen, Malden No.3, Red Hill No.1, Teddington No.1, Ventnor No.1, Waterloo No.5, Waldron & Horam No.1, West Croydon. All in VGC. (12)£60
101LONDON, CHATHAM & DOVER RAILWAY issued 3rd single from Whitstable to Faversham. In VGC, but with damage to bottom left corner. The year is not shown in the date on the back of the ticket, but it is a late 1860s print. The issuing station was renamed Whitstable-on-Sea in 1879, Whitstable Town in 1899 and closed on 31/12/1914. (1)£180
102HAYLING ISLAND BRANCH; A collection of issued and audit whole Edmondsons comprising 7 SR and 5 BR from Hayling Island, 1SR and 9 BR from North Hayling, 7 SR from Langston and 1 BR from Havant. 12 of the tickets are issued, and a further 5 possibly so, being Rail Motor issues. The audit tickets are overstamped ‘specimen’. (30)£45
103MAIDSTONE & DISTRICT MOTOR SERVICES LTD. punch type BUS TICKETS comprising 2 x different 8d blue named stage geographical prints, plus 1½d white/blue, 2d white, 3d pink. 3d mauve, 4d blue, 5d yellow, 7d pink, and 1/5d blue with numerical stages. (10)£75
104GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY G72 and G75 type LUGGAGE LABELS with printed origin from Paddington, Newport and Oxford. VGC. (8)N/S
105GREAT WESTERN & METROPOLITAN RAILWAYS JOINT: A matching pair of GW-printed 2nd singles from Notting Hill & Ladbroke Grove (renamed 1/6/1919) to Uxbridge Road (closed 21/10/1940), showing the change in printing styles. Both dated 1900 and in VGC. (2)£60
106LONDON ROAD CAR CO. LTD roll type BUS TICKETS comprising 1d white Car No. C43 and 2d blue Car No. D2, together with a pink 3d roll ticket from THE LONDON GENERAL OMNIBUS COMPANY LIMITED. All in VGC. (3)£20
107NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY issued 1st blank Local single from Banknock (closed 1/2/1935) to Lenzie (dated 23/3/1903) in VGC. (1)£50
108LONDON TRANSPORT BUSES: A selection of 123 tickets issued in the 1940s, covering Routes 2 to 234A and values from 1d to 8d. (Qty)£30
109A SELECTION OF TICKETS FROM GRIMSBY comprising two issued GCR Edmondsons from Grimsby Docks (one is a Theatrical), a GNR 3rd single from Great Grimsby OMP (renamed 1900), plus 23 miscellaneous LNER prints for travel from the Docks and Town stations and in connection with Docks operations/cruises. Issued and audit. (29)£60
110LNER T3B PLATFORM TICKET: Baldock, printed in red on orange card (dated 14/8/1943). (1)£95
111UNTITLED LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd single from Chelsea to Cannon Street, with L&SW monogram on the back (dated 20/4/1867). In VGC. This was a West London Extension Railway station, which opened on 2/3/1863, was renamed Chelsea & Fulham in 1902, and closed on 21/10/1940. (1)£410
112GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY IN SOUTH WALES: Issued and audit Pre-nationalisation whole Edmondsons from Aberdare LL, Aberdylais (u), Bargoed, Blaengarw (u), Blaengwynfi, Briton ferry (u), Brynmenyn, Cardiff Queen St, Chepstow, Coed Ely (u), Creigiau, Llanharry, Llantrisant (to Cowbridge), Llwydcoed, Maesteg Castle St, Nantymoel, Pant Glam (to Groesfaen Colliery Plat u), Rhoose, St. Fagans (/), Tondu. (20)£60
113THE MATLOCKS URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL CABLE TRAMWAY punch type 3d orange TRAM TICKET for the Up Journey. This is from the last series of tickets produced for this concern and shows the final Up fare, which was introduced on 1/9/1924. The plural title resulted from local Government re-organisation during the same year. The ticket is slightly worn, but examples from this unique tramway, which opened in 1893 and closed on 23/9/1927 are not common. (1)£160
114PRE-NATIONALISATION PARKING TICKETS: A collection of issued (though not always dated) tickets comprising 24 LM&SR, 2 GWR, 3 SR, 1 LNER, 1 CLC and 1 S&D Joint. Includes closed stations such as Alton LMS, Ballachulish Glencoe, Cranford, Hodnet, Leigh Staffs, Little Salkeld, Radway Green & Batromley, Rotherham Westgate, Chester Northgate, and West Pennard. (32)£65
115CITY & SOUTH LONDON RAILWAY issued singles from Bank, Bank Subway, Clapham Common, Clapham Road, Kennington, London B’ge Subway, Moorgate Street, Old Street, together with later issues from Borough (closed 23/2/1935) and Moorgate 1. (10)£75
116LANCASTER CORPORATION TRAMWAYS punch type geographical stage 1d white TRAM TICKET in VGC. This system of just 3 miles opened in 1903 and closed on 4/4/1930. (1)£28
117GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY BOARD issued whole Edmondsons from Clones, Dundalk Junc, Dungannon, Dromore, Enniskillen, Fintona, Harmstown, Inniskeen, Kellybridge, Lisbellaw, Monaghan Road, Navan, Newtonbutler, Omagh, Portadown, Raheny, Retreat Halt, Sion Mills, Virginia Road, Warrenpoint. Closed stations/halt in destinations. (20)£35
118L.C.C. TRAMS / TRAMWAYS. A selection of 20 all different punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS covering various fares and routes. Could well include something to fill those gaps. Certainly worth a closer look. (20)£50
119BR (W/S) FORMER MIDLAND & SOUTH WESTERN LINE: Issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Andoversford Jn, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham Leckhampton, Cheltenham Spa Landsdown, Cheltenham Sth & Leckhampton, Chiseldon (u), Cirencester Watermoor, Collingbourne (a), Colling-bourne Kingston Ht. (u), Cricklade (u), Foss Cross, Grafton & Burbage (u), Ludgershall, Marlborough (u), Ogbourne (a), Savernake HL, South Cerney, Swindon Town, Tidworth (a), Weyhill (u). (20)£75
120SOMERSET & DORSET RAILWAY JOINT COMMITTEE Pre-nationalisation style issued whole Edmondsons from Burnham-on-Sea, Evercreech Junction, Pylle, Wells – in VGC. (4)£85
121BRECON & MERTHYR RAILWAY issued 3rd Parly Government Rate Ticket for Soldier Sailor, Police & Co. on Duty from Brecon to Pontypool Clarence Street GW (year illegible). In VGC except for minor corner damage. (1)£30
122GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY: Approximately 100 issued and audit whole Edmondsons from all parts of the system. Includes a number of closed stations. Needs to be seen. (Qty)£280
123ACCRINGTON CORPORATION TRAMWAYS 1½d mauve punch type TRAM TICKET with numbered stages. In VGC, but with a couple of clips. This concern opened on 2/8/1907 and closed down on 6/1/1932. (1)£30
124CHESHIRE LINES COMMITTEE selection of type C43 LUGGAGE LABELS on blue paper to: Bakewell; Gloucester (Midland); Norwich; Peterboro’ (Midland); Yarmouth (print date 5/39). VGC. (5)£50
125IRISH PLATFORM TICKETS comprising examples from CIE (13), GNRI (4), GNRB (6), GSR (1), CDRJC (1) LMS-NCC (2), UTA (7), NIR (1). (35)£85
126STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERIES STREET RAILWAY LIMITED small oval TOKEN. The back has a tram and the words ‘’TRAIN’S PATENT’. This concern was one of G.F. Train’s street railways and opened in 1862. It was taken over in 1879. (1)£26
127ISLE OF WIGHT: 26 Southern Railway and 20 BR (S) mainly audit issues from Alverstone, Blackwater IOW, Freshwater, Horringford, Merstone, Newchurch, Newport, Shide, Ventnor West, and Wroxall – all different. (46)£85
128LONDON TRANSPORT (BUSES) all different geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from Routes 158 and 183 serving the North of London in wartime and post-war periods. A selection of tickets is offered to show changes in stage names and route patterns during the period covered. Condition is mostly good with some unusual / rare issues noted. See note at Lot 18. (138)£75
129SOUTHERN RAILWAY: Approximately 130 issued whole Edmondsons, mainly from open stations, although a good variety included with little duplication. (Qty)£160
130A PLATFORM TICKET MISCELLANY consisting of LNER issues from Braintree & Bocking, Crews Hill, Crouch End, Hadley Wood, Halesworth, Hatfield Peverel, Linlithgow, Muswell Hill, Newmarket DO, North Berwick – all in excellent condition; 17 other Edmondsons – including 1 LMS, 7 British Railways and 5 x 1d LT, 52 AA and other machine issues, including 2 LNER and some early British Railways, and 10 Warwick Road subway tickets. Certainly worth a closer look. (Qty)£90
131MIDLAND RAILWAY 3rd single from Welsh Harp to Elephant & Castle LC&D. The date is not fully legible, but appears to be from the 1880s, This is compatible with the printing style, which was in use from c.1878 to the late 1880s. The face is in VGC, but the back has glue marks. Welsh Harp station closed on 1/7/1903. (1)£130
132BR (M/W) NORTH WALES: mainly issued whole Edmondsons from a variety of stations. Too many to list, but includes closed and unstaffed stations such as Bagillt, Bangor-on-Dee, Ellesmere, and Overton-on-Dee, and halts in destinations. (30)£35
133PLYMOUTH CORPORATION TRAMWAYS punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d white (Routes 1, 3 & 7), 1d child blue (Routes 10-11-12-14-14a), 1½d mauve (Routes 4 5-11 & 12) and 2d blue (Routes 6-6a-9-9s & 10) – all in VGC. The Plymouth system closed on 29/9/1945, although some routes lost their services in the 1930s. (4)£65
134BR (H) CALLANDER & OBAN LINE: Issued whole Edmondsons from Ach-na-Cloich, Balquidder, Callander, Connel Ferry, Crianlarich, Crianlarich Lower, Dalmally, Killin, Killin Jun., Loch Awe, Oban, Stirling (to Strathyre), Strathyre. Taynuilt. Tyndrum. (15)£90
135SOUTHERN RAILWAY issued 3rd single from Folkestone Warren Halt (closed 25/9/1939) to Folkestone Junction (dated 30/8/1934) in VGC. (1)£260
136LONDON INDEPENDENT (PIRATE) OPERATORS. A selection of numerical and named stage punch type BUS TICKETS from such diverse companies as The Ambassador, A.T. Bennett & Co., City Motor Omnibus Co. (3 tkts), Dangerfield Overground Service, Dispatch Bus, Empress Omnibus Co., Red Rose Motor Services, Universal Omnibus Ticket. (10)£110
137EARLY BR issued and audit whole Edmondsons, including transitional prints, unusual types and closed stations. Issues from Blaengarw, Embo, Golborne South, and Napton & S. noted, as well as an excursion ticket to the short-lived name of Sheffield City. (80)£110
138THE FOLKESTONE DISTRICT ROAD CAR CO. 1d numeric stage punch type BUS TICKET by Bell Punch, London (no reference) in VGC. The back refers to 810 Maypole branches. (1)£65
139LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued whole Edmondsons from the Leicester to Hinckley line comprising Croft, Elmsthorpe, Hinckley (bike), Leicester, Wigston Glen Parva (weekly workman). (5)£40
140TRAMWAYS IN THE MIDLANDS AND NORTH: Punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 4 x Birm-ingham Corporation, Blackburn Corporation T&O, Bolton Corporation (torn), Coventry Corporation, 4 x Leicester City T&O, 2 x Liverpool, 2 x Manchester, 3 x Newcastle, Northampton Corporation, 2 x Salford City, 2 x Salford Corporation, Tyneside / Newcastle. Condition generally good. (25)£65
141SWITZERLAND: Three early issued whole Edmondsons – 2nd single Fribourg to Chexbres (1867); 2nd single Alpnaschstad to Brünig (1892 – glue back); 2nd vertical return Bern to Thun (1874). (3)£75
142LYNTON & BARNSTAPLE RAILWAY issued 1st single from Lynton to Parracombe (dated 7/8/1922). A much lamented line closed in 1935. Ticket is in good condition, but has slight stain marks on the front. (1)£360
143SOUTHAMPTON CORPORATION TRAMWAYS punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS, comprising 1d white, 1d orange, 1d mauve, and 2d green – all in VGC. The Southampton system was closed on 31st December 1949. (4)£50
144BRITISH RAILWAYS circular pictorial LUGGAGE LABEL “The West Riding” destination Wakefield Westgate on light blue/red and white paper. VGC and extremely scarce. (1)£170
145LONDON, TILBURY & SOUTHEND RAILWAY issued whole Edmondsons from 2 x Barking, East Ham, Grays No.1 (Bd /), Plaistow, Southend (scuffed /), Southend No.1, 2 x Upton Park, Whitechapel (Bd). (10)£60
146LONDON AREA TRAMWAYS: A collection of 34 punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 3 x London Street Trams, 2 x SMET, 2 x Walthamstow Council Tramways, West Ham Corpn Tramways, 3 x LUT, 11 x MET, North Metropolitan Tramways, 1 x Erith Council Tramways (torn), 4 x LCC Trams, 4 x LT Trams, 2 x LT T&T, plus 1 machine issue. Condition varies, but generally good. (35)£50
147LM&SR LINES IN SOUTH WALES. Issued whole Edmondsons from Abergavenny BR, Abergavenny Junc., 2 x Beaufort, Bedwellty Pits, Blackwood, Brynmawr, 2 x Dowlais High St., Holly Bush Mon., Llandilo Bridge, Markham Village, Mumbles Road, Nine Mile Point, Pantysgallog, Rhymney Bridge, Tredegar, 2 x Ynysddu, plus undated issue from Argoed. (20)£150
148WOLVERHAMPTON DISTRICT ELECTRIC TRAMWAYS LTD punch type 5d mauve numeric stage TRAM TICKET, together with a similar 1½d blue ticket from THE BIRMINGHAM & MIDLAND TRAMWAYS JOINT COMMITTEE, which controlled the Wolverhampton system from 1/7/1904. The latter has the suffix ‘B’HAM DIST. P & T CO. LTD.’ (2)£110
149CLEATOR & WORKINGTON JUNCTION RAILWAY issued 3rd Parly single from Workington Central St’n (closed 13/4/1931) to Maryport L&NW (year in date illegible). (1)£25
150GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY issued and audit Pre-nationalisation whole Edmondsons from Alcester (a), Gloucester (a), Malvern Wells (a Bd), Newbury (a), Paddington 1 (a), Penrhiwceiber LL (u), Round Oak (a), Speen, Sully, Toddington (a), Watlington (u), Wellington (to Bleadlow Bridge Halt a), Welford Park (a), Withington Hereford; plus 6 free tickets – one from PG days, plus a specimen rail motor ticket from Christian Malford. (20)£70
151BR (H) FORMER HIGHLAND RAILWAY LINES: issued whole Edmondsons from Achnasheen, Achnashellach (iu), Alness, Ardgay, Bonar Bridge, Carr Bridge, Clunes, Dalguise, Dingwall, Duncraig, Embo, Evanton, Fearn, Golspie, Invergordon, Lairg, Lentran, Lochluichart, Plockton, Rogart. (20)£80
152SLIGO, LEITRIM & NORTHERN COUNTIES RAILWAY: 60 issued whole Edmondsons (58 different prints) from 10 origins. The tickets in this lot were issued during the two years prior to closure on 1/10/1957. (60)£45
153WALTHAMSTOW CORPORATION LIGHT RAILWAYS punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS comprising ½d brown, 1d white, 2 x 1½d green (different prints), and 2d blue (workman return), together with a WALTHAMSTOW COUNCIL LIGHT RAILWAYS 6d brown issue. This tramway opened in 1905 and became part of the LPTB system on 1/7/1933. (6)£50
154GREAT SOUTHERN RAILWAYS issued whole Edmondsons from Abbeydorney, Abbeyleix (pre-dated), Amiens St. Junction, Ballinrobe, Belturbet, Clonmel, Cork Albert Quay (pre-dated), Cork Glanmire, Crossbarry, Dublin Harcourt St, Dublin Kingsbridge, Dublin Westland Row, Limerick (pre-dated), Maryboro’ (/), Shankhill, Sligo, Upton, Waterford, Waterford Manor, Youghal. Closed stations in destinations. Some interesting types. (20)£130
155LNER T3C PLATFORM TICKET: West Ham Manor Road (dated 1950) in VGC. (1)£130
156LEEDS CITY TRAMS punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS comprising 2 x different 1d blue, 1½d white, 2½d green, 3d mauve, and ½d green ‘Child’s or Workman’s’ – all in VGC. The Leeds system closed on 7/11/1959, although this had been a gradual process for over 30 years! (6)£35
157BR (E) EAST ANGLIA: Issued whole Edmondsons from Darsham, Derby Road, Dereham, Downham, Dullingham, Ely ER, Fakenham East, Felixstowe Beach, Felixstowe Town, Flordon, Forncett, Frinton-on-Sea, Fulbourne, Great Bentley, Harwich Parkeston Quay, Harwich Town, Kirby Cross, Thorpe-le-Soken, Walton-on-Naze, West Runton. (20)£30
158THE OLDHAM, ASHTON & HYDE ELECTRIC TRAMWAY LTD 3d blue punch type TRAM TICKET for a journey between Ashton Town Hall and Hyde Gee Cross, in VGC, together with 1d yellow Workman’s Single geographical stage ticket with the title shown as TRAMWAYS. A little foxing on the face. This system opened in 1899 and was taken over by local authorities on 2/7/1921. (2)£100
159MIDLAND RAILWAY issued 3rd singles from Bedford to Wellingboro’, Higham Ferrers for Irthlingboro to Northampton, Thrapston to Wellingboro’ Mid (more direct by the L&NW!). (3)£40
160LIVERPOOL AND LEVANT STEAMERS 8” x 5½” paper ticket issued at Alexandria (Egypt) in July 1865 for 1st Class Cabin Passenger to Liverpool at a cost of £20. (1)£20
161GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd single from Canning Town to Fenchurch Street. Full date not legible, but year is 1886. The ticket is in fair condition, with small creases, scuffing to the front and glue marks on the back, but its value is enhanced by the fact that it is from the first Canning Town station, which was re-sited in 1888. (1)N/S
162LNER FORMER LD&EC LINE issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Arkwright Town (a), Boughton (a), Chesterfield MP (a), Clifton-on-Trent, Dukeries Junction St’n (1 x i slight fading; 1 x a trans /), Ollerton, Shirebrook North, Shirebrook North for Langwith, Skellingthorpe. (10)£40
163EASTBOURNE CORPORATION MOTOR OMNIBUS SERVICE punch type geographical stage BUS TICKETS comprising 3 x 1d grey, 2 x 1½d white, 2 x 2d blue, 3d mauve, 3 x 4d green, and 4½d orange – all different. (10)£25
164GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY selection of G77 type LUGGAGE LABELS comprising scarcer examples many off system with various routings. One or two G79 and G80/1 examples included also. Condition mostly very good. Minor duplication. (80)£110
165BR (W): issued and audit whole Edmondsons, including a good proportion of transitional types and closed stations. Ogmore Vale, Burrator Platform, Wallingford, Brislington, Liiddaton Halt, and North Filton Platform noted. (85)£200
166LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY LEATHERETTE FOLDING 1ST CLASS TRADER’S SEASON TICKET for use between Rugby and Euston during the year of 1915. The ticket was issued to James Roland Paul of Homepride Mills, Birkenhead. In good condition. (1)£50
167MIDLAND & GREAT NORTHERN JOINT COMMITTEE issued Pre-Grouping 3rd singles from Fakenham Town, Holt, Lynn Town (a little fading) and Yarmouth Beach. (4)£50
168LGOC & ASSOCIATED COS. (5) and LPTB (BUSES) (35) all different fareboard geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from Services 84, 241 and 141 serving the North of London. A selection of tickets is offered which have been loose mounted on card with historical notes by the vendor showing changes in stage names/route patterns during the period covered. Condition is mostly good with some unusual/rare issues noted. See note at Lot 18. (40)£55
169GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY: A collection of 75 Pre-Grouping severed halves, covering a variety of types and stations. (75)£20
170INVERGARRY & FORT AUGUSTUS RAILWAY complete two piece unissued 1st return from Spean Bridge to Invergarry in VGC, but with ‘cancelled’ stamped and mounting mark on back. Overstamped LNER on front. The ticket is from the Highland Railway period. (1)£90
171CHESHIRE LINES COMMITTEE issued pre-grouping whole Edmondsons from Liverpool Central to March (Bd), Manchester Central to Withington & Albert Park (renamed 1915 Bd) and Stockport Teviot Dale to Belle Vue (/), together with one whole pre-grouping audit Circular Tour from Chorlton-cum-Hardy, one audit and one issued pre-nationalisation print, and one severed half (6 wh and 1hlf)£55
172BR (W). Approx 150 issued and audit whole Edmondsons from a wide variety of stations including closed / de-staffed dating from c.1950s-1980s. All appear to be different. (Qty)£80
173BARROW CORPORATION TRAMWAYS 1d blue Workman punch type TRAM TICKET with numbered stages. In good condition, but with a little mounting damage on the back, The Corporation took over the lines in Barrow in 1920, but closed the system down on 5/4/1932. (1)£55
174BR (E) WEST NORFOLK & BORDERS: Issued whole Edmondsons from Dersingham, Downham, Downham Market, Emneth, Heacham, Holme Hale, Hunstanton, King’s Lynn, Littleport, Magdelen Road, Middleton Towers, Narborough & Pentney, North Wootton, Smeeth Road, Snettisham, Stow Bardolph, Stow Bedon, Wolferton. (18)£25
175POTTERIES, SHREWSBURY & NORTH WALES RAILWAY unissued Parly single from Shrewsbury to Criggion. The PS&NW opened in 1866 (Criggion did not open until 2/7/1871) and closed on 22/6/1880. It re-opened in 1911/ 12 as the Shropshire & Montgomeryshire Railway. In VGC, except for mounting paper on back. (1)£110
176PLATFORM TICKETS: Over 200 AA machine issues from the British Railways, BTC and BRB periods, together with 15 other machine issues. A small amount of duplication. Probably something here to fill those gaps. (Qty):£90
177GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY issued Pre-Nationalisation whole Edmondsons from CLIFTON BRIDGE to Ashton Gate Platform, Bedminster, Ham Green Halt, 2 x Pill, Portishead, Portbury. All dated in 1943 and in VGC. (7)£50
178LONDON GENERAL OMNIBUS CO. LTD punch type geographical stage HORSE BUS TICKETS from the 1894 to 1901 period, comprising 5 x 1d white and 2 x 2d blue – all different. Condition is generally good/VGC, but two have Bd and one a small corner missing. (7)£45
179PORTPATRICK & WIGTOWNSHIRE JOINT RAILWAYS audit whole Edmondsons comprising 3rd singles from Kirkcowan to Glasgow St. Enoch and Newton Stewart to London St. Pancras, plus a 3rd excursion return from Palnure to Glasgow. – all in VGC. (3)£45
180SOUTHERN RAILWAY whole Edmondson vertical returns – issued and audit – comprising Aldershot (a), Amberley (u); Amesbury (a), Droxford (a), East Croydon 114 (a), Eltham Well Hall, Greatstone-on-Sea (a), Guildford (dog), Hastings, Newton Tony (a), North Fleet (u), Ryde Esplanade, 2 x Sevenoaks, Tadworth & Walton-on-Hill, Thornton Heath, Victoria, Waterloo (a), West Hoathly (a), West Moors (a). (20)£35
181UNTITLED SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY 1st single from Cannon Street to St. Leonards (dated 5/1/1867) in VGC. A 2nd Class Express ticket of similar vintage for the same journey is offered as Lot 371. Two further examples (2nd Class and 1st Class Express singles) will also be offered in our January auction. (1)£95
182BR (M) FORMER FURNESS RAILWAY LINES issued whole Edmondsons from Grange-over-Sands, Green Road, Kents Bank, Kent’s Bank, Kirkby Furness, Harrington, Lakeside, Lakeside Windermere, Maryport, Millom, Moor Row, Nethertown, Parton Cumb, Ravenglass, Roose, Seascale, Sellafield, Silecroft, Silverdale Lancs, St. Bees, plus and undated ticket from Moor Row (20)£75
183GLASGOW CORPORATION TRAMS: A selection of named-stage ‘fareboard’ and geographical punch-type TRAM TICKETS from a variety of routes. Two have the ‘Transport’ title, the remainder ‘Trams’ or ‘Tramways’. Three early 1d issues are included; the condition is slightly variable. (10)£90
184BRITISH RAILWAYS circular pictorial LUGGAGE LABELS for 'The Northumbrian’ in light blue, brown and white. Destinations: Grantham, Newcastle Central and York in VGC. Based on the pre-war LNER design. (3)£28
185LM&SR PLATFORM TICKETS comprising T1B Hamilton Central: T2A Belmont, Hollingwood, Moses Gate, Smethwick, South Hampstead; T3A Apsley, Bradford F. Sq. (foxed), Buxton No.1, Carlisle No.1, Cricklewood, Coventry No.1, Derby LMS, Edinburgh P.St. No.2, Euston No.7 (/), Failsworth, Kettering A, Matlock Bath, Sheffield A (foxed), Watford Junc No.1; T3B Edinburgh P. St. No.1, Euston No.2, Manchester Lon Rd No.2, Prestwich (/), St. Pancras B, Sheffield B (foxed), Stockingford; T3B Derby LMS, Glasgow Central No.3, Nottingham B. (30)£35
186WEST HAM CORPORATION TRAMWAYS: A green/red thick card folding Old Age Pensioners TRAMWAY PASS for the years 1930 to 1933 issued to a Mrs May Ayres of Forest Gate. The inside contains a period photo of Mrs Ayres with a WHCT imprint and there is a separate leaflet in a sleeve itemising the 11 conditions of use. A rare item in VGC. (1)£700
187GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY issued and audit Pre-nationalisation whole Edmondsons, including many from closed stations. (50)£65
188CARTER & LIDSTONE LTD (MOTOR ENGINEERS) MOTOR BUS SERVICES horizontally-printed punch typed BUS TICKETS comprising 1d brown, 2d green, 3d mauve, and 4d white (showing Bexhill-on-Sea on the face and telephone number Cooden 8 on the back), together with 3d green, 3d mauve, 4d white and 6d brown roll-type tickets, which make no reference to ‘Motor Engineers’ and have blank backs. (8)£100
189CARDIFF RAILWAY issued 3rd Parly single from Whitchurch to Coryton (dated 01/06/1935; some fading and a little Bd), together with an unissued two-piece Market return from Rhydyfelin (closed 20/7/1931) to Cardiff RR (closed 15/4/1928). (2)£70
190LNER: GREAT NORTHERN LINES. Issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Ardsley, Bawtry, Bayford, Bingham Station (bike), Brookman’s Park, Crouch End, Kings Cross (/), Lings Cross London (Theatrical a), Leicester (a), Leicester Belgrave Road (a), Letchworth, Nottingham R.C. St’n Up (a), Surfleet, Swineshead, Thorpe Culvert, Three Counties, Welwyn Garden City (/), Winchmore Hill, 2 x Wood Green Alexandra Park. (20)£25
191BOLTON CORPORATION TRAMWAYS numerical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising ½d Child white, 1d white, 2 x 1½d blue – all VGC. The Bolton system operated until 29/3/1947. (4)£25
192NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY: Approximately 100 severed halves. Includes many closed stations. Trinity, Glencorse, Broomlee, Junction Road, Abbots(ford) Ferry, Cairneyhill noted. (Qty)£210
193CHELTENHAM & DISTRICT LIGHT RAILWAY punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS comprising 1½d orange and 3d red issues from the Southam route. In good/VGC. Services cased on this route in March 1930. (2)£110
194BR (W) OXFORD TO FAIRFORD & BANBURY: Issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Alvescot, Aynho for Doddington, Banbury General, Blenheim & Woodstock, Bletchington (a), Brize Norton & Brampton, Carterton, Fairford, Fritwell & Somerton, Heyford (Bd), Kelmscot & Langford, Kidlington, King’s Sutton, Lechlade, Shipton on Cherwell Halt (u), Tackley (a), Tackley Halt (a), Witney. (18)£75
195LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued whole Edmondsons, comprising 3rd Soldier single from Exeter Queen Street to Plymouth Friary; 1st single from Beaulieu Road to Lyndhurst Road (Bd); 2nd blank single from Norbition to an L&SW destination, which appears to be written as Shepherds Bush via Richmond. The L&SW station at Shepherds Bush closed on 5/6/1916. (3)£55
196BURNLEY CORPORATION TRAMWAYS punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d white and 4½d blue – both in VGC. The Burney system closed on 7/5/1935, the process having started 3 years previously. (2)£60
197BR (M) CUMBRIA: Mainly issued whole Edmondsons from Aspatria (u), 2 x Barrow-in-Furness, 2 x Bootle Cumberland, Carlisle, Eskmeals (u), Grange-over-Sands, Green Road, Parton Cumb (iu), 2 x Maryport, 2 x Millom. Keswick, Penrith, Ravenglass, St. Bees, 4 x Seascale, 2 x Sellafield, 3 x Whitehaven Bransty, Windermere Town, 2 x Workington Main. (30)£40
198LONDON PASSENGER TRANSPORT BOARD: 20 named-stage punch-type BUS TICKETS, All different routes and generally in good condition. 1d, 2d, 3d, 4d and 5d fares included. (20)£22
199SOUTHERN RAILWAY TRANSITIONAL PRINTS: Issued whole Edmondsons from Belmont (headed ‘The Southern Railway Company’), Clapham Junc. HL, Croydon West, Crystal Palace St’n LL, East Croydon, East Dulwich, Epsom Town, Ewell, Fay Gate, Gipsy Hill, Holmwood, Merton Park, Midhurst, Portsmouth Harbour, Red Hill Junc, Richmond, Sidley, 2 x Streatham, Wandsworth Com. All but one have dates in the 1920s. (20)£110
200GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Darsham (bike Bd), Forest Gate, Hertford, Littleport (a), Liverpool St. (bike), Manor Park, Stratford SBO, Wisbech. (8)£35
201GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd single from Moulsford to Reading (dated 25/8/1881) in VGC. This station was replaced by Cholsey & Moulsford on 29/2/1892 – a leap year! (1)£180
202BR (H) WEST HIGHLAND LINE issued whole Edmondsons from Ardlui, 2 x Arrochar & Tarbet (to Glen Douglas/Glen Douglas Platform), Bridge of Orchy (to Gorton Platform), Craigendoran, Crianlarich, Corrour, Fort William, Garelochhead, Helensburgh Upper, Rannoch, Rhu, Roy Bridge, Shandon, Spean Bridge, Tulloch, Whistlefield. (17)£100
203LGOC & ASSOCIATED COS. (15) and LPTB (BUSES) (32) all different fareboard geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from Services 158 and 183 serving the North of London. A selection of tickets is offered which have been loose mounted on card with historical notes by the vendor showing changes in stage names/route patterns during the period covered. Condition is mostly good with some unusual/rare issues noted. See note at Lot 18. (47)£120
204SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY. Two LUGGAGE LABELS on green paper with red print and red boxed border for the St Leonards – Rye branch which opened in 1851: Rye and St Leonards. One has been laid to card which does not detract and both are otherwise in excellent condition for what must be approaching 150 years old. (2)£70
205BTC 1d PLATFORM TICKETS from Eastern, Midland and Southern Region stations, comprising Allhallows-on-Sea, Canterbury West, Charing Cross No.3, Dartford, Derby LM, Folkestone Cen No.1, Glynde, London St. Pancras B machine, Manchester Exchange, Merton Park, New Cross gate, Newhaven Harbour, Norwood Jc & South Norwood, Oxted, St. Leonards Warrior Sq. No.1, Southwick, Stratford, Streatham, Three Counties, Wolverton. (20)£50
206SOUTH LONDON TRAMWAYS COMPANY: Three early Whiting punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d white (various stages), 2d mauve (East Hill and Victoria Cross/Falcon Tavern and Westminster Bridge), and 3d blue (East Hill and Westminster Bridge). The first two in VGC, the latter has barely noticeable horizontal crease. This concern opened in 1881 and was purchased by London County Council in 1900/1902. (3)£65
207LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Allerton (a), Acton N&SWJ, Birmingham (1435 Agency – a), Birmingham New St. B, Carpenders Park (a), Chester Road, Golborne (a), Greenore (a), 2 x Guide Bridge (a), Holyhead (a), Kinnerton (a), Langybi, Longford & Exhall (a), Loundon Road, Rochdale (a), Stranraer Harbour (a), Sutton Oak No.1 (a), Tissington No.2 (a), and Warrington Bank Quay. (20)£35
208SALFORD CORPORATION TRAMWAYS punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS comprising 5 different 1d white, 2 different 1½d blue (1 faded), 2d pink, and 3d red, plus a 1d white issue with (mainly) numeric stages. The system closed on 31/3/1947. (10)£160
209LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY issued whole Edmondsons from Accrington, Barnsley L&Y, Burnley EL, Goole NE, Huddersfield A, Nelson, Preston EL, Rochdale A, Southport L&Y, Stalybridge L&Y, together with audit issues from Bacup, Birkdale, Colne, Healey House, Hundred End, Marsh Lane & Strand Road, Rimimgton, Town Green & A., Whalley, Westhoughton. (20)£150
210BR (W) EX-GWR LINES FROM PRINCES RISBOROUGH: Issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Bledlow, Bicester, Bicester North, Chinnor, Haddenham, Horspath Halt, Littlemore, Morris Cowley (iu), Oxford, 2 x Princes Risborough, Thame (a), Tiddington (a), Towersey Halt, Wainhill Halt (a), 2 x Watlington (1a), Wheatley (a), Dorton, Ilmer and Kingston Crossing halts in destinations. (18)£180
211SHEFFIELD & MIDLAND RAILWAY COMPANIES COMMITTEE issued 1st single from Woodley to Oldham Clegg Street (Bd), together with GC & MIDLAND JOINT COMMITTEE issues 3rd singles from Tanhouse Lane and Widnes, and audit whole Edmondsons from Birch Vale, Hyde and Hyde Junction. (6)£55
212MALAYAN RAILWAY: 42 issued whole Edmondsons from the 1950s, covering a variety of types and 22 issuing stations. (42)£35
213HANTS & DORSET MOTOR SERVICES LTD: Seven named-stage ‘fareboard’ punch-type BUS TICKETS – five of which are late 1920s issues from the Bournemouth to Poole service, and the two others Bournemouth area issues with ‘BCT’ overprint – plus three numbered-stage returns, all pre-war. (10)£55
214LM&SR AYR TO MUIRKIRK: Issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Auchincruive (u), 3 x Ayr (to Auchincruive Colliery (u), Trabboch, Cumnock A&C), Lugar, Muirkirk, Ochiltree, Commondyke (a), Cronberry, Cumnock A&C, Drongan, Skares (a). (12)£85
215PRE-GROUPING WHOLE EDMONDSONS from the Southern and Great Western Groups. A selection of 128 mainly issued tickets from 14 different concerns, but in poor condition. There are 72 tickets from the Southern Group, of which 53 are LB&SCR and 10 SER / SE&CR, and 56 from the Great Western Group, of which 35 are GWR and 18 from Welsh companies. Well worth a look, as you will probably find some interesting types/stations. See also Lot 465. (128)£85
216LISKEARD & LOOE RAILWAY issued 3rd single from Sandplace to Liskeard (dated 1901). In good condition, with slight fading at the top and small /. The L&L was worked by the Great Western from 1909 and absorbed by that company on 1/1/1923. (1)£45
217BR (H) FORMER GREAT NORTH OF SCOTLAND RAILWAY LINES issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Keith~Town, Kintore, Ladysbridge (a), Logierieve, Lossiemouth (Trans), Lumphanan, Maud Junc (a), Newmachar (a), Newseat, Oyne (u), Peterhead, Pitcaple, Pitmedden (u), Portessie, Portgordon, Portsoy, Rathen (a), Rothiemay, Rothes, Rothienorman (a). 20£80
218CROYDON CORPORATION TRAMWAYS geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 2 x 1d white (different routes), 2d mauve, 3d yellow and 4d blue. Condition varies. This concern opened in 1900 and was taken over by LPTB on 1/7/1933. (5)£35
219APTIS PLATFORM TICKETS: A collection of 150 examples from defunct or difficult-to-obtain locations, including spare machines (99s) and some closed and de-staffed stations. Most were issued before 1995. (Qty)£75
220COCKERMOUTH, KESWICK & PENRITH RAILWAY issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Braithwaite (a), Embleton (Dog Bd). 4 x Keswick (2 Bd; 2 fading; 1 a), 2 x Keswick E (bike). (8)£30
221EASTERN COUNTIES RAILWAY 5½” x 3½” paper ‘Monthly Pass’ issued for a 2nd Class journey from Stratford to London in February 1857. In good condition for age, but has central crease (more visible from back) and some staining on back. The ECR was a constituent of the GER in 1862. (1)£45
222BR (W) CORNWALL: mainly issued whole Edmondsons from Bodmin Road, Bugle, Camborne, Carbis Bay, Carn Brea, Chacewater, Devonport, Doublebois (u), Falmouth (a), Fowey, Golant, Gwinear Road, Hayle, Helston, Keyham, Lelant, Liskeard, Lostwithiel, Luxulyan (a), Menheniot. (20)£80
223ASSOCIATED NORTH STAFFS (MOTOR) BUS PROPRIETORS LTD. punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d white, 1½d blue, and Exchange, together with similar 1d white and 1½d blue issues from STOKE-ON-TRENT MOTORS LTD. – all in VGC. (5)£28
224GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY. Thirty G52 and G54 type LUGGAGE LABELS to a wide variety of destinations, plus twenty of the later standard G55/G56 types. Some difficult to find stations included. Minor duplication. One or two labels a little scruffy, mostly VGC. (50)£50
225NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE RAILWAY Parly single from Ashbourne 1st station (closed 4/8/99) to Chester L&NW (dated 2/8/90). A little faded. (1)£30
226DISTRICT RAILWAY issued 3rd Parly singles from Chiswick Park & Acton Green to Mill Hill Park (both renamed 1/3/1910), Ealing Broadway to Ealing Common & West Acton (renamed 1/3/1910), Hounslow Barracks (renamed 1/12/1925) to Earls Court, Putney Bridge Fulham (renamed 1/9/1902) to Parsons Green, and from Victoria DR to Broad Street and Willesden Junc. Dated 1893/5. (6)£75
227HIGHLAND RAILWAY issued 3rd Parly single from Fowlis (renamed 1916) to Alness. Face of ticket in VGC, but back has extensive paper from being mounted. (1)£500
228PORTSMOUTH CORPORATION TRAMWAYS punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d white/ red and 1d yellow Exchange Tickets, 2d blue, 1½d blue and 2½d green – all with geographical stage names – and 1d white (Services 11 &12) and 2d brown (Services 9 & 10) numbered stage issues. The first three are earlier issues (one has 1912 written on the back); the others have dates of 1924 and 1927. The system opened in 1901 and closed on 10/11/1936. (7)£85
229LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd single from Loughboro to Shepshed (dated 14/4/1909), together with an unissued 1st two-piece return from Loughboro’ Derby Road to Hugglescote. All of the stations closed on 13/4/1931. The suffix ‘Derby Road’ was mainly used on tickets in earlier years. (2)£65
230LNER: ex-GC LINES. Mainly issued whole Edmondsons from Brocklesby, Burton Point, Chesterfield Central, Crowle Central, Grimsby Docks, Habrough, Hawarden Bridge Halt (u), Hyde Juc., New Clee, Nottingham Vic, Thorne South, Thornton Abbey, Tuxford Central, Ulceby, Reepham Lincs (u), Scunthorpe & Frodingham, Staveley Town (u), Wadsley Bridge, Wembley Hill, Wrexham Central. (20)£50
231LONDON, CHATHAM & DOVER RAILWAY issued 3rd single from Peckham Rye to Victoria (dated 19/7/1867). Face in VGC, but back has some stains and a small area of paper missing. Peckham Rye had been open for less than two years when this ticket was issued. (1)£75
232BR (M) EX L&NWR LINES IN NORTH WALES: Mainly issued whole Edmondsons from Llanfair, Llanfair Anglesey (u), Llanfairfechan, Llangefni, Llangwyllog, Langybi, Llanrwst & Trefriw, Llanwanda, Llangybi Caernarvon, Llong, Menai Bridge, Mold, Mostyn, Nannerch, Old Colwyn (u), Padeswood & Buckley, Pantglas (a), Penmaenmawr, Penygroes, Pen-y-Groes (a). (20)£40
233LONDON TRANSPORT (BUSES) all different geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from Routes 58, 125, 212 and 244 serving the North of London in wartime and post-war periods. A selection of tickets is offered to show changes in stage names and route patterns during the period covered. Condition is mostly good with some unusual/rare issues noted. See note at Lot 18. (124)£50
234PLATFORM TICKETS: Approx 250 AA machine issues from the British Railways, BTC and BRB periods (though perhaps more from the latter), together with several strips with continuous runs of tickets, often associated with a change of roll. (Qty)£85
235SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY untitled issued Parly 3rd single from Sidcup to London (dated 4/11/1878) in VGC, together with 3rd singles from Clock House (/), Greenwich (/ Bd) and London Bridge (Bd). (4)£55
236DEARNE DISTRICT LIGHT RAILWAYS punch type numerical stage TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d white, 5d purple, and 6d yellow. This was a late and short-lived tramway, which opened in 1924 and closed on 30/9/1933. The tickets have punch clips, as opposed to some in existence that have not been used. In VGC. (3)£55
237PRE-NATIONALISATION issued whole Edmondsons from the LUTON AREA comprising LM&SR issues from Chiltern Green, Chiltern Green for Luton Hoo, 2 x Luton, and LNER issues from Dunstable LMS, Dunstable Town, Luton, Luton Hoo for New Mill End. (8)£30
238THE SWANSEA IMPROVEMENTS AND TRAMWAYS CO. punch type numeric stage TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d white and 2d blue for ordinary journeys, plus 2 x 1½d (grey and orange issues) and 2½d yellow. Workmen’s Tickets. The Swansea tram system closed on 29/6/1937. (5)£70
239PRE-GROUPING SEVERED HALVES: A collections of 135 tickets from 13 different companies, the main ones being GER (41), Midland (30) and NER (22). Covers a variety of types and stations. (Qty)£55
240BR (W) HALTS AROUND GLOUCESTER AND MONMOUTH: Issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Backney, Malswick, Ruspidge (a), and to Blaisdon, Bullo Cross (u), Llandogo, Ruspidge, Staple Edge (u), 2 x Upper Soudley, Weston under Penyard (u), Whitebrook (Bd). All of the issuing points are now closed. (12)£90
241LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd singles from Broad Street to Earls Court and Watford Junction to London (Earls Court), both routed ‘via Willesden, Kensington & M.D. Ry’ and issued in 1878 and 1883 respectively. The tickets are in good condition, the former having a slight crease and the latter glue marks on the back. The latter is a lighter shade of blue. (2)£40
242NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY unissued 3rd single from Whiterigg to Rawyards (both closed 1/5/1930) in VGC. (1)£270
243BIRMINGHAM DISTRICT POWER AND TRACTION CO, LTD. punch type numerical stage TRAM TICKETS, comprising 1d white, 1½d orange, 2½d white / red, 3d blue, and 4d yellow. This title was used from 1912 to the mid-1920s. (5)£120
244PORTPATRICK AND WIGTOWNSHIRE JOINT RAILWAYS. Six P31 type LUGGAGE LABELS to destinations on and off the line. All VGC and scarce. One example has no printed reference, the remainder are ref (176). (6)£75
245LNER: Approximately 100 issued and audit whole Edmondsons from all parts of the system. Includes a number of closed stations. Needs to be seen. (Qty)£110
246THE BERMUDA RAILWAY CO. LTD whole Edmondson Dog, Bicycle or Perambulator Ticket (not dated, minor / and glue marks on back), together with 6d white Second Class punch type ticket with geographical stage names, in VGC. This railway was open from 1931 to 1948. (2)£40
247BARROW RAMSDEN DOCK: A FURNESS RAILWAY issued 3rd single to Manchester LNW (dated 4/5/1899), together with a MIDLAND RAILWAY two-piece Steerage return to Belfast, numbered ‘000’, with a written date 14/5/14 on the face. The ticket, which has minor glue marks, has the ‘2’ identification on the back, indicating that is a print from that period. Passenger services to and from Ramsden Dock ceased in April 1915. (2)£200
248THE HIGHGATE HILL TRAMWAYS LIMITED 1d white punch type TRAM TICKET for use between Highgate and Archway Tavern, in good condition. This was a cable tramway which opened in 1884 and closed on 23/8/1909. (1)£310
249NORTHERN COUNTIES COMMITTEE MIDLAND RAILWAY issued 3rd single from Strabane to Ballymagorry (dated 25/8/1949), together with a complete two-piece Day Excursion return from Londonderry WS to Portrush (dated 29/07/1907) – both in VGC. (2)N/S
250Special 3” x 2” ‘PASS BEARER TO PLATFORM’ ticket issued at Burton-on-Trent on Tuesday 12th February 1901 to relatives of the ‘2nd Vol. Batt. Prince of Wales’s North Staff. Regiment’ travelling by 3.10pm special train to Lichfield.’ The ticket includes the text ‘Volunteers for the Front’ (presumably the South African War) and a vignette of a soldier. Burton was a Midland Railway station that became ‘closed’ for ticket purposes in October 1899. The train would have been operated by the L&NWR, which had running powers. A small amount of glue on left side front and back due to previous mounting. (1)£140
251ISLE OF WIGHT RAILWAY issued 2nd single from Shanklin to Sandown (dated 2/5/1868). Both stations were opened in August 1864, making this one of the earliest known issues from the island. VGC apart from a small central vertical crease. (1)£100
252GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY WILTS, GLOUCESTERSHIRE & BORDERS. Mainly issued whole Edmondsons from Andover Jn., Andoversford, Andoversford Jn., Box, Brimscombe, 2 x Chippenham (1 x u), Cirencester Town, Gloucester, Malmesbury (u), Purton, Ross on Wye, Savernake HL, Seend (u), Stratton (u), Stroud, 2 x Swindon Jn., Tetbury, Withington Glos. (u). Interesting destinations. (20)£85
253LONDON TRANSPORT (BUSES) all different geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from Routes 135, 137 and 290 serving the North of London in wartime and post-war periods. A selection of tickets is offered to show changes in stage names and route patterns during the period covered. Condition is mostly good with some unusual/rare issues noted. See note at Lot 18. (76)£130
254LM&SR CARSTAIRS TO DUMFRIES AND CARLISLE: issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Amisfield, Beattock, Carlisle (to Rockcliffe), Crawford, Dinwoodie, Dumfries, Floriston (a), Gretna (a), Kirkpatrick, Kirtlebridge, Lamington, Locharbriggs, Lockerbie, Lochmaben, Moffat, Netherclough, Shieldhill, Symington, Thankerton, plus 3rd singles Glasgow / Edin. to Wamphray / Kirtlebridge. (21)£110
255SOUTHERN RAILWAY PLATFORM TICKETS from Shoreham-by-Sea, comprising T1B (S3 /); T3 (no additional identification); T3 (No.1); T2B (No.2). (4)£40
256SOUTHPORT CORPORATION TRAMWAYS punch type numeric stage TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d mauve and 2d pink return – both in VGC. System closed completely 31/12/1934. (2)£50
257SEVERN VALLEY RAILWAY unissued two-piece 2nd vertical return from Iron Bridge (two words) to Much Wenlock in VGC. The official name of origin station was Ironbridge & Broseley. Much Wenlock was re-sited in 1884. (1)£260
258LONDON GENERAL OMNIBUS CO. LTD punch type geographical stage BUS TICKETS from Services 9 & 92, 14, 17, 18, 24, 27A, 29, 68, 106 and 179, together with similar LGOC LTD. & ASSOCIATED COS. Issued from Services 2, 6, 11, 12 & 112, 35, 49, 59, 67, 69 & 369, and 184. Various fares. Worth a closer look. (20)£65
259BR (M). Approx 150 issued and audit whole Edmondsons from a wide variety of stations including closed / de-staffed dating from c.1950s-1980s. All appear to be different. (Qty)£75
260CALEDONIAN RAILWAY issued 1st single from Locharbriggs to Dumfries, together with issued 3rd singles from Abington to Lamington (green Bd) and Nethercleugh to Ecclefechan (buff Bd). (3)£160
261MIDLAND RAILWAY, BRADFORD AND THE NORTH. Issued whole Edmondsons from Bradford 1st station (closed 1890 – to Newlay Bd /), 3 x Bradford 2nd station (1 by NER Train), Burley (renamed 1923 /), Elslack (closed 1952), Ilkley, Shipley, 2 x Skipton. (10)£330
262BR (M/H) WAVERLEY ROUTE AND BRANCHES: Issued whole Edmondsons from Carham, Carlisle (to Parkhouse), Galashiels, Gilnockie, Kelso, Kershopefoot, Langholm, Longtown, Maxton, Melrose, Newcastleton, Penton, Riddings Jn, Roxburgh, Rutherford, St. Boswells, Sprouston, Steele Rd. (18)£140
263BURY JOINT SERVICES punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 3½d brown BURY & RADCLIFFE TRAMWAYS for use between Bury and Coach & Horses, 4½d white / blue BURY & HEYWOOD CORPORATIONS TRAMWAYS for use between Bury and Heywood, and 5½d yellow BURY & SALFORD JOINT TICKET for use between Bury and Victoria. All in VGC. (3)N/S
264GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY selection of G32/1 type LUGGAGE LABELS to a variety of “home” and “foreign” destinations. Minor duplication. Some scarce examples noted. (90)£160
265CRANWELL RAILWAY 2” x 1½” thin card 3rd class one-piece return from Cranwell to Sleaford. This line was opened to passenger traffic in 1917 – initially for use by the contractor. Regular services ceased in 1927, although special trains ran until 1956. (1).£240
266LIVERPOOL OVERHEAD RAILWAY CO. (TRAMWAYS) 2d mauve punch type TRAM TICKET for use between Great Crosby and Seaforth Sands Station in VGC. (1)£50
267SCOTTISH PRE-GROUPING WHOLE EDMONDSONS: A selection of issued tickets comprising Caledonian Railway from Muchalls, Glencarse, and Perth (C), Edinburgh & Glasgow Railway from Bathgate, GB&K Joint Railway from Pollokshaws, and Glasgow, Dumbarton & Helensburgh Railway from Bowling, Glasgow, and Maryhill (Parly Closed Carriages). (8)£45
268HASTINGS TRAMWAYS COMPANY punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d half-fare mauve, 1½d half-fare mauve, 2d mauve, 3d blue, 4d yellow, and 10d circular tour white. Condition varies, but generally good. The tramway closed on 15/5/1929. (6)£50
269RHONDDA & SWANSEA BAY RAILWAY: Issued 1st singles from Blaen Rhondda to Treherbert (@ /) and Swansea to Danygraig (closed 11/9/1933 foxed /), together with an audit 3rd Special Trip return from Cymmer (r/n 1906) to Jersey Marine (closed 11/9/1935). (3)£35
270BR (S / W) HALTS: Mainly issued whole Edmondsons from Bradford Peverell & Stratton. Birches & Bilbrook (u), 2 x Horspath, Littlehaven, Lydd-on-Sea, Mountfield, Normans Bay, Polsloe Bridge (u), Radipole, Six Bells, Snowdown & Nonington, Winchelsea – and to Bradford Peverell & Stratton, Chetnole, Chevening, Fishergate, Grogley, Hardley, Hendford (/). (20)£55
271GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY issued Parly 3rd single from Ipswich to Chappel (dated 22/8/1871). Has repaired vertical crease to right and stained back, but ticket is rigid and otherwise in good condition, Chappel was renamed on 1/10/1914. (1)£20
272SOMERSET & DORSET JOINT RAILWAY issued blank card tickets from Midford, comprising a Pre-grouping 1st single and 1st return to Wellow, and a SOMERSET & DORSET JOINT LINE blank dog ticket to Radstock – all dated 1943 and in VGC (3)£90
273LONDON GENERAL OMNIBUS CO. LTD & ASSOCIATED COS. An Edmondson card BUS TICKET for a Half Day Tour to Guildford, issued on 15/7/1924. The ‘Associated Cos’ are identifies as Tilling’s, National Omnibus Co., and Pickfords Ltd. In VGC. (1)£55
274BR (H) LARBERT TO PERTH AND BRANCHES: issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Airth (a), Alloa, Auchterarder (a), Blackford, Bridge of Allan, Crieff, Doune, Dunblane, Dunning, Forgandenny, Forteviot, Gleneagles, Greenloaning (a), Kinbuck, Larbert, Perth, Plean (a), Plean for Cowie (a), St. Fillans (u), Stirling, (20)£35
275BRITISH TRANSPORT COMMISSION 2d PLATFORM TICKETS from mixed Region stations beginning with letters C to L. Too many to list, so tickets need to be seen. (40)£35
276NELSON CORPORATION TRAMWAYS punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS comprising 2d white Nelson Centre to Higherford and 1½d white/mauve Workmen’s Ticket with various stages. Both are from pre-paid books – the former at 1/8d per dozen, the latter at 1/1½d per dozen. Both in VGC. It is not sure whether the clips indicate that the tickets have been used or cancelled. The Nelson system opened in 1903 and closed on 6/1/1934. (2)£85
277AUSTRIA: A 4½” x 3” paper ticket from the EISENBAHN STELLWAGEN made out from Lambach to Wels in August 1837. The ticket is a little fragile, but is a rare survivor and one of the earliest to be offered in our auctions. (1)£30
278LGOC & ASSOCIATED COS. (10) and LPTB (BUSES) (27) all different fareboard geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from Routes 353, 221, 230, 104 and 240 serving the North of London. A selection of tickets is offered which have been loose mounted on card with historical notes by the vendor showing changes in stage names/route patterns during the period covered. Condition is mostly good with some unusual/rare issues noted. See note at Lot 18. (37)£85
279A pair of issued tickets from Stratford-on-Avon, comprising an EAST & WEST & STRATFORD-ON-AVON, TOWCESTER & MIDLAND JUNCTION RAILWAYS 3rd single to Tring L&NW (Bd) and a STRATFORD-UPON-AVON & MIDLAND JUNCTION RAILWAY 1st blank single to Binton in VGC (2)£75
280NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd single from Durham to Witton Gilbert (closed 1/5/1939); issued zone tickets from Appleby, Leyburn (soiled), Ravenstonedale (soiled), Sunderland S; audit whole Edmondsons from Enthorpe, 2 x Kirbymoorside; half Edmondson from Alnwick. (9wh, 1hlf)£20
281CITY OMNIBUS small oval TOKEN, with vignette of HORSE BUS. The back has the wording ‘JOHN PHILLIPS LIVERPOOL PROPRIETOR.’. Little is known of this concern other than Phillips was an earlier operator in Liverpool, and that in the Catalogue of World Horsecar, Horseomnibus, Streetcar, and Bus Transportation Tokens, published in 1990 by the American Vecturist Association, this was shown as one of the rarer/higher value tokens. (1)£45
282NORTH SUNDERLAND RAILWAY issued 3rd single from Seahouses N.S.RY. to North Sunderland in VGC (dated 1943). (1)£40
283COLCHESTER CORPORATION TRAMWAYS punch type green 2d geographical stage TRAM TICKET from this small system, which opened in 1904 and closed on 8/12/1929. (1)£90
284NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY selection of approx. 50 type N42 LUGGAGE LABELS to a wide variety of “home” and one or two “foreign” destinations on coloured paper. (Qty)£70
285BR (H) CALLANDER & OBAN LINE: Whole Edmondsons issued to stations on the line from other Scottish stations in the early 1950s, the majority of tickets being transitional prints. The destinations represented are, Callander (1), Crianlarich (1), Dalmally (1), Killin (3), Oban (8), Taynuilt (2), Tyndrum (4), Strathyre (1). Seven tickets have printed destinations; 14 are blank cards. (21)£30
286LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd single from Euston (E) to Royal Show Ground Station, via Willesden. Butt shows the Royal Show Ground station as opened from 26/3/03 to 5/7/03, Quick shows 23/6/1903 to 27/6/1903, but with a note that it was probably used earlier and later by exhibitors and staff, while Private and Untimetabled Stations shows 13/6/03 to 5/7/03 This ticket, however, is clearly dated 25/5/1904 in the format used by the L&NW during that year. The last two sources also indicate that the station may have been used in later years and that would appear to be the case. More to investigate! In VGC. (1)£110
287SOUTHERN RAILWAY undated 3rd singles from Plymouth Friary to Ford Devon (Child), Lucas Terrace Halt (closed 10/9/1951), Oreston (closed 10/9/1951), together with a HM Forces on Leave 3rd single to Tamerton Foliot (closed 10/9/1962) in VGC. (4)£95
288HUDDERSFIELD CORPORATION TRAMWAYS punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS from the Waterloo & Outlane Section, comprising ½d yellow Children’s Ticket, 1d white, and 2d blue. In good / VGC condition. This particular route closed on 10/11/1935. (3)£20
289NORTH LONDON RAILWAY: Issued 3rd singles from Broad Street, 2 x Camden Town, Hackney, Highbury & Islington, Mildmay Park, Shoreditch (/), plus a 2nd single from Dalston Junction. (8)£30
290GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY issued Pre-Grouping whole Edmondsons from Bath, ‘Cleoby’ Mortimer (bike), Clifton Down, Ironbridge & Broseley, Kidderminster (Bd), Paddington, Saltford, Watchet, Worcester SH, plus audit ticket from Ebbw Vale. (10)£65
291LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY Volunteer’s Ticket from London to Datchet or Windsor and back, pre-dated 20/6/1868. In good condition, but with small vertical crease and soiling on the back. (1)£50
292RAIL MOTOR AND OTHER PUNCH TYPE TICKETS: A selection of approximately 100 BR(W) issues covering a number of areas. (Qty)£70
293LGOC & ASSOCIATED COS. (14) and LPTB (BUSES) (65) all different fareboard geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from Routes 121, 121S, 214, 113 and 143 serving the North of London. A selection of tickets is offered which have been loose mounted on card with historical notes by the vendor showing changes in stage names/route patterns during the period covered. Condition is mostly good with some unusual/rare issues noted. See note at Lot 18. (79)£80
294SOUTHERN RAILWAY HALTS AND UNCOMMON PRINTS: Whole Edmondsons from halts at Dunmere (u), Fishbourne, Hamble, Lions Holt (u), Mountfield, Swale (u), Watergate (u); to Aylesham, Kingsley, Morden, Swale, Swanscombe, Warblington, together with an undated Epsom Races ticket from Epsom Downs Station (trans), Hops Marketing Board child single London Bridge to Bodiam (6/9/1941), Totalisator Staff pre-dated one-piece return London to Westenhanger, Motor Car Service single Crawley Station to Ifield Halt (trans), 1d excess fare Eynesford. (18)£250
295LNER T3C PLATFORM TICKET: Leytonstone High Road (dated 1950) in VGC. (1)£35
296FERRY, CRUISE AND PIER INTEREST: 7 whole Edmondsons, 8 thin card, and I half Edmondson from such diverse organisations as the Greenwich Pier Co., Falmouth Prince of Wales Pier, Ilfracombe Pier & Harbour, Plymouth Boat Cruises Ltd., River Blyth Ferry Co …and more (16)£65
297NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE LINES whole Edmondsons from mainly closed stations, comprising 2 audit NSR, 5 issued and 5 audit LM&SR and 7 issued and 1 audit BR. Issued tickets include Bucknall & Northwood, Cliffe Park, Mow Cop & S., Oakamoor, and Stockton Brook. (20)£20
298THE ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE CORPORATION TRAMWAYS ½d brown punch type TRAM TICKET for use between Stamford Park and Old Square in VGC. This is an early title for the tramway, which opened on 16/6/1902 and closed on 1/2/1938, although some routes ceased operations 10 years previously. (1)N/S
299GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY issued 3rd Child single from Thorneywood (closed 1/7/1916) to Nottingham Joint Station (the name used by the GN from 24/5/1900 to 12/6/1900 when the suffix Victoria was adopted). In VGC apart from small nick at the bottom. (1)£28
300CITY OF CORK STEAM PACKET CO. LTD. issued Soldier Deck & 3rd Class single STEAMER AND RAIL ticket from Cork to Paddington via New Milford, Stroud and Didcot (dated 24/3/1899). In VGC apart from minor Bd. (1)£30
301MIDLAND RAILWAY LEATHERETTE FOLDING 3RD CLASS SEASON TICKET for use between Birmingham and Worcester Shrub Hill during the month of January 1920. In VGC. (1)£75
302GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY IN SOUTH WALES: Issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Aberavon Town, Derwydd Road (u), Devynock & Sennybridge (a), Gowerton LMS (a), Hirwaun, Kidwelly Flats Halt (u), Landore H. Level (a), Llanybyther, Morriston, Neath General, Neath Riverside, Newcastle Emlyn (foxing), Pantyfford Halt (u), Penscynor Halt (u), Port Talbot (u), Rhydowen (a), Sarnau, Seven Sisters (Bd), Strata Florida (to Caradog Falls Ht), Swansea H. St. (20)£120
303COVENTRY CORPORATION TRAMWAYS MOTOR OMNIBUSES punch type TRAM/BUS TICKETS comprising 2 x 1d blue, 1½d white, 2½d blue, and 1¼d blue Exchange Ticket (for Prepaid Privilege Ticket), all with named stages, together with 1½d white, 2d brown, 3d mauve, 3½d yellow, and 4d green numbered stage issues, by Punch & Ticket. Coventry Corporation commenced bus operation in 1914. Condition variable, but generally good. See also Lot 53. (10)£180
304NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY selection of N36 type LUGGAGE LABELS on pink paper to West Highland Railway destinations: Arrochar & Tarbet, Corpach, Garelochhead, Row, Tulloch, Whistlefield. All have been laid to card, but mostly VGC. (6)£30
305WESTON, CLEVEDON & PORTISHEAD RAILWAY issued whole Edmondsons from Portishead (to Cadbury Road), 2 x Clevedon (1 to Worle Moor Lane); plus 3 thin card issues – from Bristol Road (soiled); 2 x Portishead South – and a half ticket from Weston-in-Gordane Cadbury Road. (6wh 1Hlf)£25
306NEWCASTLE CORPORATION TRAMWAYS punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d white, 1d pink, 2 x 1½d green, 2 x 2d grey, 3d yellow and brown luggage ticket – all different and good/VGC. Closure of the system began in 1935, but it was 4/3/1950 before final closure took place. (8)£30
307SOUTHWOLD RAILWAY issued 3rd single (actual fare) from Blythburgh to Southwold (dated 21/01/1929 – less than 3 months before closure). In VGC with minor marks. (1)£80
308THE MERTHYR ELECTRIC TRACTION & LIGHTING CO. LTD. punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS, comprising 1d white, 2d blue, 3d brown return, and pink Exchange Ticket. This system opened in 1901 and closed on 23/8/1939. (4)£210
309NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY issued 3rd singles from Duns and Edrom to St. Boswells (dated 18/8/1898 and 13/9/1899 respectively) in VGC. The stations closed on 10/9/1951. (2)£55
310EAST LONDON & SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAYS 3rd single from Deptford Road (renamed 17/7/1911), together with a SE&C & METROPOLITAN RAILWAYS 2nd single from New Cross SE&C to Kings Cross and a 3rd single from the same station to Bishopsgate – all in VGC. (3)£65
311LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY 3rd single from Northampton to Blisworth (dated 25/11/1875). The suffix Bridge Street was added to Northampton station in June 1876. In VGC apart from glue marks on back. (1)£40
312BR (H) EDINBURGH TO BERWICK issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Abbeyhill, Ayton, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Burnmouth, Dirleton (a), Drem, Dunbar, East Fortune, East Linton, Edinburgh (pre-dated to Meadowbank), Edinburgh Waverley, Eyemouth, Grantshouse (u), Inveresk, Leith Central (Trans u), Longniddry, North Berwick, Piershill (Trans), Prestonpans, Reston. (20)£55
313LONDON TRANSPORT (BUSES) all different geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from Route 242 serving the North of London in wartime and post-war periods. A selection of tickets is offered to show changes in stage names and route patterns during the period covered. Condition is mostly good with some unusual / rare issues noted. See note at Lot 18. (49)£140
314LM&SR WALES & BORDER COUNTIES: issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Builth Road, Craven Arms & S., Eardisley, Garth (a), Hay (u), Hay-on-Wye, Hereford, Knucklas, Llandrindod Wells (a – insert adv), Moorhampton, Sugar Loaf Summit (u), Talgarth (a), Talyllyn (u), Whitney On Wye. (14)£160
315GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY T2 PLATFORM TICKETS from Haddiscoe, Weeley, LNER T1 from Crews Hill; T3A Grantham (/); T3B Braintree & Bocking, Waltham Cross & A. DO, Doncaster Central; T3C Cromer Beach; Kings Cross A; Free Tickets: Derby, Stamford; AA tickets: Nottingham Vic. No1, (torn) and No2, Peterborough North, Sheffield Victoria; LNE & LMS RLYS AA ticket: Leeds City; M&GN JOINT COM T3B: Sherringham; T3C: Melton Constable; N&S JOINT COM T3B: Gorleston-on-Sea; ABERDEEN JOINT COMMITTEE machine issue. (20)£35
316LANCASTER AND DISTRICT TRAMWAY CO, LTD. 1d white roll-type TRAM TICKET in good condition apart from small mounting mark. A horse tram system opened 2/8/1890 and closed 31/12/1921. (1)N/S
317PRE-NATIONALISATION issued whole Edmondsons from the ROTHERHAM AND SHEFFIELD AREA, comprising LM&SR issues from Park Gate & Rawmarsh, Parkgate & R’marsh, Rotherham Masboro’, Rotherham Masboro’ Station, Rotherham West Gate, Rotherham Westgate, Rotherham W’gate,. Sheffield, Swinton (Trans), Swinton Yorks, and LNER issues from Parkgate & Aldwarke (closed 29/10/1951 u), Rotherham & Masboro’, Rotherham Road (closed 5/1/1953; fading), Sheffield Victoria. Destinations include Holmes. Wincobank & Meadow Hall, Tinsley, and Meadow Hall. (14)£75
318BRISTOL TRAMWAYS & CARRIAGE CO. LTD punch type geographical stage TRAM AND BUS TICKETS comprising 1d blue, 3 different 1½d orange/brown and 2½d yellow, plus a 4d green numeric stage issue, late prints without stages at 1½d, 2½d, 3d, 3½d, 5½d, 8d, and 1/3d (pink)., and 1d, 2d, 3d, 4d, and 2/- numeric stage prints with the ‘BT&CC LTD title on the backs.. (18)£45
319LNER FORMER GREAT NORTHERN LINES IN LINCOLNSHIRE: Issued whole Edmondsons from Algarkirk & Sutterton, Firsby, Harmston, Havenhouse, Heckington, Honington, Horncastle (Bd), Leadenham, Louth, Ludboro’, Mablethorpe, Midville, New Bolingbroke (Bd), North Thoresby, Rauceby, Sedgebrook, Sibsey, Skegness, Sutton-on-Sea, Woodhall Junction. (20)£30
320GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY JOINT LINES comprising GW&GC, Haddenham; GW&Met Notting Hill & Ladbroke Grove; GW&Mid Avonmouth Joint (u); GW&Mid S&Y Sharpness (Bd): GW&LNW Leominster; GW&LMS Dinmore (a), Shrewsbury; GW&Southern Portland (a). (8)£40
321ASHOVER LIGHT RAILWAY. A section of unused Bell Punch tickets consisting of 1d (B1 series), 2d (B4), 4d (C2), 7d (B8), 8d (B9) and 10d (B11) Singles, 10d (BX5) Cheap Day Return, and 6d (C1) Return. When the line opened there were two series of tickets – A & B for singles and AX & BX for Cheap Day Returns – although the returns invariably on offer are from a fare rise just 3 weeks after the line’s opening! The 2d single ticket with the B4 reference is not from the original series – dating from 1928 or later, while the C1 and C2 prints date from late 1935. All of the tickets have a little back damage from previous mounting, while the 7d single is grubby. More examples in Jan and April. (8)£70
322GOLD COAST RAILWAY: 26 issued whole Edmondsons from the 1950s, covering variety of types (e.g. Fowl accompanying passenger; night passenger; monthly ticket) and 17 issuing stations – plus those on two rail motor type prints. (26)£30
323LONDON TRANSPORT BOARD: 12 punch-type BUS TICKETS for special services, comprising 4 ‘Special Private Hire Tickets’ for South Mimms hospital serves (all used, condition varies), 4 ‘Special Prepaid Tickets (Staff)’ for the Wimbledon Tennis Tournament service (mixture used / unused), and 4 late geographicals prints for the Docks Special Service (all used and in good condition). (12)£60
324SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY. Very early and scarce LUGGAGE LABELS all on green paper to conform with routing and all in “fat face” print, lower case. Destinations: Appledore, Etchingham, Hastings (laid to card), St Leonards (laid to card), Winchelsea. Mostly in excellent condition. (5)£80
325BR (E) NORTH AND WEST OF IPSWICH: Mainly issued whole Edmondsons from Bury St. Edmunds, Burston, Claydon, Claydon Suffolk (u), Diss, Finningham, Flordon (a), Forncett, Higham, Higham ER, Ingham (closed 8/6/1953), 2 x Ipswich, Isleham (a), Mellis, Needham (u), Saxham & Risby, Soham, Stowmarket, Tivetshall (u). (20)£35
326BIRMINGHAM CORPORATION TRAMWAYS punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS comprising 1½d green (Inter), 2d blue (Outer), 3d white/yellow (Outer) 7½d white (Child), and 1/-d orange (Excursion), together with 4 x 1d, 1 x 1½d, 2 x 2d, 1 x 2½d, 3 x 3d, 1 x 3½d, 1 x 4d and 2 x 5d numeric stage issues – in a variety of colours and all different prints. (20)£160
327PRE-GROUPING HALVES: A small, but interesting collection comprising 1 x Cambrian Rly, 2 x BP&GV Rly, 1 x Colne Valley Rly, 1 x E&G Rly, 1 x Furness Rly, 25 x GWR (incl. an 1869 issue from Much Wenlock 1st station), 3 x LBSCR (incl. Champion Hill – r/n 1888), 4 x L&NWR (incl. 1888 Bather ticket), 10 x L&SWR (incl. Shaftesbury Road r/n 1888), 1 x MSJAR (1872), 1 x NER, 2 x SE&CR. Needs to be seen by both stations and types collectors. (52)£170
328LONDON TRANSPORT (BUSES) all different geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from Route 107 serving the North of London in wartime and post-war periods. A selection of tickets is offered to show changes in stage names and route patterns during the period covered. Condition is mostly good with some unusual / rare issues noted. See note at Lot 18. (79)£50
329LONDON ELECTRIC RAILWAY issued whole Edmondsons from Brent 1 (/), Caledonian Road 1, Charing Cross Strand 1, Dover Street 1, Elephant & Castle 2, Embankment Charing Cross Aut 1, Golders Green S) No.1, Goodge Street 2, Great Central 1 (renamed 15/4/1917), Kings Cross 2 (/), Hampstead No.1, Highgate 1, Holborn, Mornington Crescent 1, Oxford Circus Aut 3, Piccadilly Circ 3, Tottenham Court Road No.1, Trafalgar Square Aut No.1, Warwick Av 1, Waterloo Aut 1. (20)£55
330EDINBURGH & GLASGOW RAILWAY issued whole Edmondsons from Edinbro’ (to Gogar cl. 22/9/1930), 2 x Glasgow, Lennoxtown (cl. 1/10/1881 – grubby), together with GLASGOW, DUMBARTON & HELENSBURGH RAILWAY issued whole Edmondsons from Helensburgh, Maryhill. All from 1860s. (6)£25
331NORTH LONDON RAILWAY folding brown leatherette 2nd Class ‘Monthly Ticket’ with gold lettering available between Poplar and Broad Street from 1st to 31st July 1867. In good condition, though with some staining on inside. (1)£65
332BR (W) HALTS IN SOUTH WALES: Issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Bourneville Mon (u), Caldicot, Fleur-de-lis-Pat (to Ellliot Pit Platform), Cwmffryd (u), Hafodyrynys Plat (a), Pontypool Blaendare Road, Six Bells, Tyncwm – and issued whole Edmondsons to Celynen North, Celynen South, Cwmffryd, Gilwern, Hafodyryns Plat, Ninian Park, Pontrhydyrun, Tyllwyn, Undy, Wyllie. (18)£75
333NEWPORT CORPORATION TRAMWAYS punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS, comprising 2d blue and 2½d pink (both good/fair condition), together with ½d blue, 1d green, 1½d white and 2d blue numeric stage prints with NEWPORT CORPORATION TRAMWAYS & OMNIBUSES title and 1½d white and 8d return prints titled NEWPORT CORPORATION TRANSPORT DEPARTMENT. The tickets are from the 1920s and 30s. (8)£95
334LNER ST. BOSWELLS TO KELSO AND JEDBURGH: issued whole Edmondsons from 2 x Jedburgh, 2 x Kelso, Kirkbank, 2 x Maxton, Roxburgh, Rutherford, St Boswells, plus singles from Edinburgh Waverley to Kelso and Roxburgh. (13)£240
335BR (N/M) KEIGHLEY TO SKIPTON AND BRANCHES: Issued whole Edmondsons from Barnoldswick, Bolton Abbey, Colne, Cononley, Earby, Embsay, Foulridge, Haworth, Ingrow West, 2 x Keighley (to Oxenhope/Grassington); Kildwick, Kildwick & Cross Hills, Oakworth, Oxenhope, 2 x Skipton, Steeton & Silsden, Thornton-in-Craven, Plus an unissued ticket from Addingham. (20)£65
336RAWTENSTALL CORPORATION TRAMWAYS punch type numerical stage TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d white (VGC) and 3d mauve (small /). This 4ft gauge system closed on 31/3/1932. (2)£55
337LM&SR audit whole Edmondsons from stations in the Midlands. There is a little duplication of stations, but the vast majority are closed. (70)£100
338THE NORTH METROPOLITAN TRAMWAYS COMPANY punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS comprising 3 x different 1d blue, 1½d green, 2d ‘All the Way’ white, and a brown Exchange Ticket to Moorgate Street/Finsbury Park. Three of the tickets are earlier prints. This company commenced operations in 1870 and closed down on 28/4/1908. (6)£85
339BR (S) ISLE OF WIGHT: Issued whole Edmondsons from Alverstone, Ashey (code 674), Ashey (5990), Brading, Cowes West Pier, Havenstreet, Haven Street, Merstone, Mill Hill, Newport, Sandown, Shanklin, Ryde Esplanade, Ryde Pier Head, Ryde St. John’s Road, Shide, Ventnor, Yarmouth Slipway, Wroxall; Undated rail motor ticket from Godshill Halt and Whitwell Halt, audit issues from Bembridge, Horringford, Newchurch, Ventnor West. (24)£120
340DAVID MACBRAYNE ‘exchanged ticket’ showing vignette of PADDLE STEAMER, issued ‘To Oban’, with ‘Canal Duty Crinan & Ardrishaig, Pier Dues Included’. The date ‘August 15 1894’ is written on the face, with the ship names ‘Columbia or Iona’ in the text. (Bd) (1)£50
341LONDON, CHATHAM & DOVER RAILWAY issued 3rd singles from Canterbury (/), Grosvenor Road (closed 1/10/1911), Herne Hill, and Holborn Viaduct, all dated between 1890 and 1900. (4)£65
342GREAT NORTH OF SCOTLAND RAILWAY audit whole Edmondsons from Aberdeen, comprising a two-piece 1st Week End Return to Inverness and a Cheap 3rd single to Wick, both in VGC. The tickets have ‘Specimen’ stamped on the back. (1)£65
343LPTB (BUSES) all different fareboard geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from Routes 137 and 290 serving the North of London. A selection of tickets is offered which have been loose mounted on card with historical notes by the vendor showing changes in stage names/route patterns during the period covered. Condition is mostly good with some unusual/rare issues noted. See note at Lot 18. (48)£220
344LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY circular pictorial LUGGAGE LABEL for ‘The Flying Scotsman’, destination London Kings Cross (gold/red/black/white), together with BRITISH RAILWAYS circular pictorial labels for ‘The Flying Scotsman’ (blue/red/black/white) and ‘The North Briton’ (orange/brown/white. (3)£28
345BRITISH TRANSPORT COMMISSION 2d PLATFORM TICKETS from mixed Region stations beginning with letters L to V. Too many to list, so tickets need to be seen. (40)£35
346LISKEARD & CARADON RAILWAY: Unissued whole Edmondsons comprising 3rd blue single Causeland to Sandplace, 3rd green single Looe to Sandplace, 1st one-piece excursion Looe to Moorswater (closed 5/5/1901), 1st white return Looe to Moorswater, 2nd yellow return Moorswater to Causeland. All in VGC. The L&C was absorbed by the GWR on 1/7/09. (5)£85
347LM&SR: Approximately 100 issued and audit whole Edmondsons from all parts of the system. Includes a number of closed stations. Needs to be seen. (Qty)£95
348THE BLACKBURN CORPORATION TRAMWAYS 1½d blue punch type TRAM TICKET for use between Blackburn Boundary and Darwen St. Terminus. In VGC, but with a little fading and minor mounting marks. This is an early title for the tramway, which opened in 1887 and closed on 3/9/1949, although routes began closing 14 years previously. (1)N/S
349BR (W) SHREWSBURY TO HEREFORD AND CENTRAL WALES LINES: Issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Berrington & Eye, Builth Road HL (a), Craven Arms & Stokesay (a), Dolau (a), Dinmore, Easton Court for Little Hereford, Hereford, Hopton Heath (a), Leominster, Little Stretton Halt, Llandovery, Landrindod, Llandrindod Wells, Ludlow (a), Moreton on Lugg, Onibury, Shrewsbury, Woofferton. (18)£170
350SOUTH EASTERN & CHATHAM RAILWAY issued whole Edmondsons from Brockley Lane (cl. 1/1/1917), Hither Green, (BD) London Bridge, Ludgate Hill (cl. 3/3/1929 /), New Cross, Reading, Shortlands, Victoria, Waterloo Junction, Whyteleafe. (10)£50
351LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued 1st single from Shackerstone to Nuneaton (dated 23/10/1899) and issued 3rd single from Atherstone to Snarestone (dated 1/11/1910). The faces of the tickets are in VGC, but both have Bd. Shackerstone and Snarestone were on the Ashby & Nuneaton Joint line and closed to regular passenger traffic on 13/4/1931). (2)£60
352LNER WHOLE EDMONDSONS: Approximately 150 mainly audit tickets from most parts of the system. Includes a number of closed stations. (Qty)£150
353SOUTHEND-ON-SEA CORPORATION TRAMWAYS punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d, white, 1½d blue, 3d pink, and a 1d pink Transfer Ticket. This system closed in 1942. (4)£30
354CONNEL FERRY VIADUCT TOLL TICKETS comprising a Callander & Oban Railway punch type ticket; 9 different LM&SR punch tickets; 1 BR punch ticket and 1 Edmondson, 1 LM&SR and 8 BR season tickets; and two Bellgraphic issues. (23)£55
355GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY T3 BEAM PLATFORM TICKETS from Birmingham Snow Hill D, Birmingham Snow Hill D, Cardiff Gen Up A & B, Leamington Spa A, Leamington Spa A Stn, Llantrisant, Malvern Link, 2 x Oxford B, Oxford C, Reading C, Swindon Jn. No.1, 2 x Swindon Jn. No.2, 2 x Teignmouth, Weston-Super-Mare, Weymouth, Wolverhampton Station, Worcester F. St. U. A variety of colours – most without overprints. Needs to be seen. (20)£35
356TRAMWAYS IN THE SOUTH OF ENGLAND: Punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising Bournemouth Corporation, Bristol T&CC, 2 x Hastings, Norwich Electric, Portsmouth Corporation (Motor Buses), 2 x Plymouth Corporation, 11 x Southampton Corporation, Weston-Super Mare. Condition varies, but generally good. (20)£35
357PORTPATRICK & GIRVAN JOINT COMMITTEE issued 3rd single from Stranraer to Troon G&SW (dated 1908). In GC, but has cancellation clip. (1)£65
358W.T. UNDERWOOD LIMITED punch type numerical stage BUS TICKETS comprising 2d green, 3d yellow, and 8d blue (Bd /). This company was a forerunner of East Midland. (3)£35
359PRE-LPTB issued whole Edmondsons, comprising 11 District Railway, 9 Metropolitan Railway, 11 London Electric Railway, plus 4 LER machine issues. Mainly later prints in good/VGC, with just the odd Bd/crease. Little station/office duplication. Too many to list, so tickets need to be seen. (35)£45
360MIDLAND RAILWAY issued 3rd Soldier, Sailor or Police at three quarters fare single from Camp Hill to Worcester Mid with facsimile of a soldier on the face. Date unclear, but possible 1896, VGC (1)£75
361MANCHESTER, SHEFFIELD & LINCOLNSHIRE RAILWAY issued 3rd Parly single from Retford to Blyton (dated 29/11/1877). In good condition, but has glue marks on the back. (1)£75
362PLATFORM TICKETS: Approx 200 AA machine issues from the Railway Executive, BTC and BRB periods. Probably something to fill those gaps. (Qty)£75
363MAIDSTONE CORPORATION TRAMWAYS 2d red punch type TRAM TICKET available from Loose to Cannon and Barming to High Street. This system opened in 1904 and closed on 11.2.1930. (1)£85
364NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE RAILWAY selection of LUGGAGE LABELS: Rushton (unheaded) together with later types to Douglas via Liverpool, Isle of Man via Fleetwood, Dublin, Cheddleton, Creswell, Froghall, Lincoln. Mostly good condition. (8)£20
365LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued whole Edmondsons from Gunnersbury, Richmond New, Richmond New NL, Salisbury UO (pram), Streatham (/), 2 x Turnham Green, Virginia Water (pram), Waterloo (bike), Winchester. (10)£25
366LANARKSHIRE TRAMWAYS COMPANY punch type 2d brown geographical stage TRAM TICKET. This concern covered the area around Hamilton and Motherwell. Closures started on 14/9/1928. By the time the final part closed on 14/2/1931, the company had changed its name to the Lanarkshire Traction Company. (1)£35
367GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY SHROPSHIRE & SURROUNDING AREA issued and audit Pre-nationalisation whole Edmondsons from Balderton (u), Baschurch (a), Bridgnorth, 2 x Buildwas, Coalbrookdale (u), Gobowen, Highley (fading), Jackfield Halt, Llanfynydd, Longville (u), Much Wenlock, Presthope (u), Rednal & West Fenton (a), 2 x Rushbury (u), Saltney Halt, Shrewsbury, Weston Rhyn (u), Whitchurch Salop. (20)£160
368THE LONDON TRAMWAYS COMPANY LTD. early Whiting 1d white punch type TRAM TICKET covering various geographical stages, together later ½d orange and 3d blue geographical issues. All in VGC. This concern opened in 1870 and was taken over by London County Council 1/1/1899 (3)£55
369BR (H) CLOSED TERMINI IN EDINBURGH AND GLASGOW comprising 49 whole Edmondsons from Edinburgh Princes Street, 37 from Glasgow Buchanan Street, and 29 from Glasgow St. Enoch – all issued. Some interesting destinations. (115)£80
370LNER: NORTH EAST OF ENGLAND. Mainly issued whole Edmondsons from Blyth, Bradford Exch., Castleford, Elswick, Greatham, Holbeck LL, Monkwearmouth, Musgrave (a), Nunthorpe, Pudsey Low Town, Richmond, Scholes, Speeton, Sunderland N (NER style), Wakefield Westgate, Washington N, West Cornforth (a), West Jesmond, Widdrington, Willington Quay. (20)£65
371UNTITLED SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY 2nd Class Express single from Cannon Street to St. Leonards (dated 15/2/1867) in VGC. A 1st single of similar vintage for the same journey is offered as Lot 181. Two further examples (2nd Class and 1st Class Express singles) will also be offered in our January auction. (1)£210
372VALE 0F CLWYD RAILWAY issued Parly single from Denbigh to Rhyl. The ticket is in good condition, but is slightly soiled though age, This railway opened in 1858 and was amalgamated with the L&NWR in 1867. (1)£55
373LGOC & ASSOCIATED COS. (8) and LPTB (BUSES) (55) all different fareboard geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from Routes 285 (later 135), 201, 299, 529, 199/299, 124 & 124A, and 124 & 124A (S) serving the North of London. A selection of tickets is offered which have been loose mounted on card with historical notes by the vendor showing changes in stage names/route patterns during the period covered. Condition is mostly good with some unusual/rare issues noted. See note at Lot 18. (63)£120
374BR (E) EAST OF NORWICH: Issued whole Edmondsons from Acle, Berney Arms, Brundall, Brundall Gardens Halt, Buckenham, Cantley, Gunton, Haddiscoe, Lingwood, Lowestoft Central, North Walsham Main, Oulton Broad North, Reedham, Salhouse, Somerleyton, Whittingham Junction, Worstead, Wroxham, Yarmouth Vauxhall, plus unissued ticket from Reedham ER. (20)£110
375BR (H). Approx 150 issued and audit whole Edmondsons from a wide variety of stations including closed / de-staffed dating from c.1950s-1980s. All appear to be different. (Qty)£80
376ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE CORPORATION TRAMWAYS punch type geographical TRAM TICKETS 1d white, 1½d green, together with a numerical stage 2d pink Ashton under Lyne Corporation Tramways & Motors and a 1d white Ashton under Lyne Corporation Passenger Dept. – all in VGC. The tramway closed on 1/2/1938. (4)£28
377PRE-GROUPING WHOLE EDMONDSONS comprising 1 x DR&CR, 4 x GNR, 2 & L&YR (a), 1 x L&Y & L&NW Joint (a), 1 x LBSCR, 1 x LC&DR, 1 x L&NWR (a), 1 x L&NW & GW Jt., 1 x LT&SR, 6 x MR (incl. 4 a), and 1 x NER (a). Some closed stations and uncommon types included. (20)£50
378INDEPENDENT BUS OPERATORS: A selection of punch type numerical stage BUS TICKETS comprising E. Brickwood, Certainty, Gray’s Ltd., New Era Omnibus Co. Ltd., Peraque, Shangai Motor Omnibuses, Skylark Omnibus Co., and Westminster Omnibus Co. Ltd. The fronts of the tickets are good/VGC, but backs have marks/missing paper due to earlier mounting with tape. (8)£100
379BR (S) CLOSED STATIONS: Issued whole Edmondsons from 3 x Hellingly, 3 x Horham, 4 x Horsmonden, Mayfield, 2 x Newick & Chailey, 3 x Rotherfield & Mark Cross, 3 x Rowfant, Rudgwick, 2 x Sharnal Street, Sheffield Park, 2 x Westerham, West Grinstead, 4 x West Hoathly (30)£95
380LONDON, CHATHAM & DOVER RAILWAY issued 3rd singles from Bickley, Dulwich, Ludgate Hill (closed 3/3/1929), Ramsgate, 2 x Victoria (1 to Battersea Park Road – cl. 3/4/1916, Bd; other /), plus issued cycle single from Gravesend to Holborn Viaduct. (7)£55
381LNER SEASON TICKETS FROM STATIONS IN SCOTLAND: A selection of 36 tickets, of which 21 are from closed stations, including 8 from GNofS lines. Cambus, Rosewell & Hawthornden, Gorgie and Wormit also noted. Includes a variety of types. (36)£90
382GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY (IRELAND) issued whole Edmondsons from Armagh, Balydoyle & Sutton, Banbridge, Beaupare. Belfast, Belleek, Castlewellan, Cavan, Clones, Duleek, Fintona, Glaslough, Goraghwood, Londonderry, Mullafernaghan, Newcastle, Newry Ed. St., Newtonstewart, Portadown, Redhills (pre-dated). Closed stations/halt in destinations. (20)£140
383LPTB / LT TROLLEYBUS TICKETS: A wide variety of named-stage issues from Routes 660 / 662 / 664 / 666 (codes 100 and 101), including a good selection of returns. All different. (29)£55
384SOUTHWOLD RAILWAY S102 type LUGGAGE LABEL: Norwich (Thorpe). (1)£45
385BRITISH RAILWAYS mixed Region 1d PLATFORM TICKETS, with Railway Executive conditions on the backs (other than St. Leonards W. Marina and Portslade & West Hove No.2). Two many stations to list, so tickets need to be seen. A few have Bd from previous mounting. (30)£50
386CARDIFF CITY TRAMWAYS & MOTORS punch type TRAM & BUS TICKETS comprising 1d Child yellow, 1½d F G Routes purple, 2d Special mauve, together with a 1d white/green numerical stage issue, and a CARDIFF CORPORATION TRAMWAYS AND MOTORS 1½d purple geographical stage ticket. (5)£35
387BR (H) LEUCHARS TO THORNTON VIA THE COAST: Issued whole Edmondsons from Anstruther, Buckhaven, Cameron Bridge (Trans), Crail, Elie, Guard Bridge, Kilconquhar, Largo, Leuchars Junction, Leven, Ludin Links, Pittenweem, St. Andrews, St. Monance, Wemyss Castle, plus an audit ticket from Methil. (16)£28
388TORQUAY TRAMWAYS CO. LTD. punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d blue (‘W’ overprint), 1½d white, 3d yellow, and mauve Exchange, plus 1/- pink with numerical stages – in good/VGC. The Torquay system opened in 1907 and closed on 31/1/1934. (5)£80
389LM&SR BRECHIN / MONTROSE TO ABERDEEN: Issued and audit whole Edmondsons from 2 x Aberdeen (one is Bus exchange to Stonehaven Market Sq.), Aberdeen A, Brechin, Cove Bay, Craigo, Dubton Junc (a), Fordoun, Laurencekirk, Marykirk, Montrose (issued 1941), Muchalls, Newtonhill (a), Portlethen, Stonehaven. (15)£50
390LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Bletchley to Leighton (early print; destination renamed 1911), Edge Lane (a), Erdington No.1, London Euston EO & W, London Euston, Hampstead Heath, Harrow & Wealdstone, Kensington Addison Road, Kentish Town, Kilburn & Maida Vale, Leigh & Bedford (renamed 1/7/1914), Market Harboro’, Northampton Castle, Stafford, Stechford (bike /), Stonebridge Park (a), Uxbridge Road, West End Lane West Hampstead (/), Widnes (/). (20)£45
391SOMERSET & DORSET JOINT RAILWAY issued Parly 3rd single from Burnham (renamed 1920; closed 1951) to Bristol G.W. (dated 11/2/1915) in VGC, apart from small mounting mark on back. (1)£40
392GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd single from Stourbridge to Harts Hill and Woodside (closed 1/1/1917). In VGC, except for minor mounting marks. (1)£25
393MANCHESTER BUS AND TRAM TICKETS. A ½d mauve punch type geographical ‘Manchester Corporation Tramways’ issue, together with ‘MCT’-titled geographical issues, comprising 6 different 1d white, 1½d green, 2d pink – a 1d white numerical stage ‘MCT’ issue, and ‘MCTD’-titled numeric stage issues comprising 3 x 1d white, 2d pink, and 3½d mauve. (15)£40
394BR (M/W) WELLINGTON TO NANTWICH LINE issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Adderley, Audlem, Coole Pilot, Coxbank, Crudgington, Ellerdine (a), Ellerdine Halt (u), Hodnet (u), Longdon Halt (a), Market Drayton, Peplow (iu), Rowton (u), Rowton Halt (u), Tern Hill (u), Wellington Sa, Wollerton (u), Wollerton Halt. Halts also in destinations. (17)£95
395SOUTHERN RAILWAY issued whole Edmondsons from Ifield, Marchwood, New Romney, Smitham, Southampton West (LSW style), Upper Sydenham, Weybridge, Whimple, Wimbledon, Wool. All in VGC, though two with Sellotape marks on backs. (10)£50
396G.N. PICCADILLY & BROMPTON RAILWAY issued singles from Finsbury Park LL to Hammersmith, and 5 from Russell Square – to Baron’s Court, Earl’s Court, Gloucester Road, Knightsbridge, and Hyde Park Corner. All are of a different colour and have a vertical red band in the centre. Issued c.1907/08 and in VGC. (6)£150
397BR (H) ISSUED TICKETS FROM CLOSED STATIONS comprising Bothwell, Castle Kennedy, Dinwoodie, Eastriggs, Eglinton Street, Elderslie, Fairlie Pier, Gatehouse of Fleet. Kilmacolm. Kirkcudbright, Lesmahagow, Mossend, New Cumnock, Neilston Low, Newmilns, Paisley West, Pinmore, Pinwherry, Racks, Renfrew, Renfrew Fulbar St, Renfrew South, Scotstoun East, Scotstoun West, Shields Road, Stewarton, Stonehouse, Strathbungo. (28)£75
398RADCLIFFE U.D.C. TRAMWAYS 1½d white punch type TRAM TICKET with geographical stages, in VGC. Operated by Bury Corporation and closed in 1938. (1)£55
399DISTRICT RAILWAY issued 1st, 2nd & 3rd singles with red ‘O’ overprint from Blackfriars (/), Canon Street, 2 x Mansion House, Mark Lane (Bd), Monument, Putney Bridge Fulham (r/n 1/9/1902), St. James Park, Sloane Square, 3 x South Kensington, 3 x Temple, Victoria DR, Walham Green, West Brompton DR, 2 x Westminster (Bd). Eleven of the tickets also have skeleton letter overprints. (20)£50
400OVERSEAS PLATFORM TICKETS: A small collection comprising 1 paper ticket from the Western Railway of India, 9 roll tickets from Queensland Railways, 5 Edmondsons from Malaya, and one from Hong Kong. (16)£10
401LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd single from Cosham to Fareham (dated 18/5/1869). Face of ticket in VGC, but back has glue marks. (1)£25
402ULSTER TRANSPORT AUTHORITY: 60 issued whole Edmondsons from 36 different stations. (60)£30
403THE LEAMINGTON & WARWICK ELECTRICAL CO. LTD. punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d white with various geographical stages, 3d orange Leamington to Warwick, and 6d light green numbered stages in good/VGC. The system closed on 16/8/1930. (3)£85
404SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY. Three early LUGGAGE LABELS on yellow paper: Spa Road (closed 15/3/1915) (laid to card), Erith (red print with red border), Tovil (in black frame). The latter dates from 1883/4, the others considerably earlier. (3)£160
405LONDON, BRIGHTON & SOUTH COAST RAILWAY issued whole Edmondsons from Brighton, Clapham Jn., Earlswood (dog), Eastbourne (Bd), 2 x East Dulwich (workman); Gipsy Hill, Guildford, Hayward’s Heath, Lewis, London Bridge, Norwood Jn., Peckham Rye, Shoreham, Thornton Heath Up (/), Victoria, Wandsworth Common, Wandsworth Common Up, West Croydon, plus a ticket ordering card. (20)£55
406CHESHIRE LINES COMMITTEE: issued Pre-Nationalisation whole Edmondsons from Cheadle, Cressington, Delamere, Glazebrook, Gateacre, Hartford & Greenbank, Hale, Lostock Gralam, 2 x Manchester Central (1 to United Football Ground Station 1936), Northwich, 2 x Padgate, 3 x Plumley, Urmston, West Timperley, 2 x West Derby. (20)£75
407NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY issued 3rd single from Kinniel (closed 22/9/1930) to Manuel (dated 190x) in VGC. (1)£270
408LONDON TRANSPORT (BUSES) all different geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from Route 84 serving the North of London in wartime and post-war periods. A selection of tickets is offered to show changes in stage names and route patterns during the period covered. Condition is mostly good with some unusual/rare issues noted. See note at Lot 18. (95)£100
409CLEATOR & WORKINGTON JUNCTION RAILWAY issued 3rd Parly single from Cleator Moor to Distington (both closed 13/4/1931 – dated 25/3/1904). An earlier type, but has child clip. (1)£25
410GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY PLATFORM TICKETS comprising T1 Bala, Bourne End, Machynlleth Stourbridge Town, Taunton D, Torre,: T3 Bordesley, Bridgwater, Bristol T.M. A (/), Bristol T.M. B, Cardiff Queen St., Chard, Chippenham, Gloucester, Henley-on-Thames, Maidenhead B, Neath General, Oxford U, 2 x different Paddington 3, Paddington 5, Treorchy U, Windsor & Eton: BEAM issues bath Down, Cheltenham Spa St. J., Llantrisant, Welshpool. (27)£75
411GER issued 3rd singles from Romford to Chadwell Heath, Sawbridgeworth to Roydon (Bd), Broxbourne to Roydon (Bd, fading), and Clacton on Sea to Thorpe (renamed 1900) (Bd), together with Parly 3rd singles from Chingford to St. James Street (/), St. James Street to Clapton, and London Fields to Hackney Downs (Bd). The dates of issue cover the period from 1878 to 1890. (7)£70
412BR (S) CLOSED STATIONS: Issued whole Edmondsons from Alton (to Medstead), 3 x Alresford, Bordon, 2 x Elsted, 3 x Medstead & Four Marks, Melcombe Regis, 4 x Reading South, 3 x Ropley, 2 x Southampton Docks, 5 x Southampton Terminus for Docks, Whitchurch Town. (26)£70
413DUDLEY, STOURBRIDGE & DISTRICT ELECTRIC TRAMWAYS CO. LTD. 3d yellow punch type TRAM TICKET. This company re-opened and electrified the former Dudley & Stourbridge Steam Tramways route in 1898, but passed to the Birmingham Midland Tramways Joint Committee 1/7/1904. (1)£90
414LNER WEST HIGHLAND LINE: Whole Edmondsons to stations on the line from other parts of Britain. The destinations represented are Ardlui (2), Arisaig (/), Crianlarich (2 – 1u), Fort William (10), Garelochhead (3), Glenfinnan, Lochailort, Lochielside, Mallaig (3), Rannoch (5), Rhu (u), Spean Bridge. 16 tickets have printed destinations, 15 are blank cards. (31).£30
415GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY issued whole Edmondsons from Bath Spa Brent Knoll (bike), Bristol TM A, Calne (bike), Chippenham, Colnbrook, Great Malvern, Ilminster, Keynsham & Somerdale, Liskeard (bike), Newton Abbot, Oxford, St. Ives, Slough (bike), Strata Florida, Tilehurst, West Ealing, Worcester F. St., Wylye, plus an audit issue from Saltash. (20)£45
416LIVERPOOL CORPORATION TRAMWAYS punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS comprising 5 different 2d white, 2d yellow (with 4d o/p), 2d blue (with Scholar’s ticket 1d o/p), 3d yellow (with 2d o/p) and 4d blue, plus 1d pink with numerical stages. The Liverpool system closed on 14/9/1957, the process having started 9 years previously. (10)£30
417LM&SR Issued and audit whole Edmondson for journeys from and to the FORMER HIGHLAND RAILWAY BLACK ISLE BRANCH comprising 3 x Fortrose (1 Trans; 2 a), Redcastle (a), 2 x Avoch (1 a), Muir of Ord, 8 x Inverness (3 u), Stirling. (16)£40
418CÓRAS IOMPAIR EIREANN: Approx 120 issued and audit whole Edmondsons, a good proportion of which are closed stations. Includes some interesting types and destinations. (Qty)£75
419HIGHLAND RAILWAY 3rd Parly single from Pitlochry to Killiecrankie (dated 15/8/1917) in VGC. (1)£35
420LNER IN MIDDLE ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND: issued whole Edmondsons from mainly closed stations comprising Bingham, Corby, Corstorphine, Crook of Devon, East Leake (iu), Elgin, Fort William. Gedling & Carlton, Insch, Kilpatrick, Kintore, Kiveton Park, Ludboro’, Midville, Newport West, Oughty Bridge, Pilsley, Sheffield Vic A1605, Whetstone, Wombwell. (20)£35
421METROPOLITAN & DISTRICT RAILWAYS issued 3rd single from South Kensington to Victoria. The date is feint, but does not appear to contain a year. Appears to be quite an early print. (1)£30
422GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY FORMER CAMBRIAN LINES. Pre-nat issued and audit Edmondsons from Aberystwyth (a), Aberystwyth VR (iu), Afon Wen, Barmouth, Builth Road, Doldowlod, Dyffryn on Sea, Ellesmere, Fairbourne, Glandyfi, Harlech (a), Llanbrynmair, Llanfechain Halt, Overton on Dee, Pantydwr (u), Penrhyndeudraeth, Penychain, Towyn, Welshpool, Wrexham Cent. (20)£130
423WESTERN AND SOUTHERN NATIONAL OMNIBUS COMPANIES: A wartime weekly BUS TICKET, plus twenty one 10- and 12-Journey tickets, all believed to be from the 1950s, and all for different pre-printed fare values. All used. An attractive and colourful selection. (22)£80
424NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY over 150 type N44 LUGGAGE LABELS to a wide variety of “home” and some “foreign” destinations on coloured paper. All different. (Qty)£160
425LNER T3C PLATFORM TICKET: Tilbury Town (dated 1950) in VGC, but minor Bd. (1)£30
426IRAQ: Three Edmondson card tickets from the MESOPOTAMIAN RAILWAYS comprising 1st and 3rd singles from Hinaidi to Quraitic River and a 3rd single from Quratic River to Baghdad East, all issued in 1921 These tickets have been later reused as details of different journeys have been printed on the backs – two for the Mesopotamian Railways and one for the CIOB. (3)£45
427BR (N) NEWCASTLE TO ALSTON AND CARLISLE: Mainly issued whole Edmondsons from Alston, Bardon Mill, Blaydon, Brampton Junction (u), Brampton Junction (Cumb), Corbridge, Elswick, Fourstones, Gilsland, Greenhead, Haltwhistle, Haydon Bridge, Heads Nook, Hexham, How Mill, Lambley (to Coanwood Halt), Lemington, Low Row, Newcastle-on-Tyne Central, Newburn, North Wylam. Prudhoe, Riding Mill, Scotby, Scotswood, Slaggyford (a), Stocksfield, Wetheral, Wylam. (29)£85
428BLACKPOOL CORPORATION TRAMWAYS: Two early roll-type TRAM TICKETS – 3d orange Victoria Pier and The Gynn and a 3d Exchange Ticket (/) – together with 2d pink and 6d white / pink geographical punch type tickets, 2d red numbered stage punch type ticket, and 1d red and 4d orange Transport Department issues, with ‘car’ in conditions. (7)£50
429NORTH & SOUTH WESTERN JUNCTION RAILWAY issued 3rd singles from Acton N&SW, Gunnersbury, Kew Bridge, Kew Gardens, Richmond (Bd), South Acton (/) (6)£55
430GREAT WESTERN & GREAT CENTRAL JOINT RAILWAYS issued Pre-nationalisation prints from 2 x Denham, 2 x Gerrards Cross, 2 x High Wycombe Down, 2 x Ruislip Gardens, 2 x Ruislip & Ickenham, South Ruislip & Northolt Junc. Issued in the 1940s, all different prints in VGC. (11)£30
431MIDLAND RAILWAY issued 3rd singles from Edwinstowe to Pinxton (date illegible) and Warsop to Sutton-in-Ashfield (dated 30/9/1907). The faces of the tickets are in VGC, but both have Bd. The issuing stations were on the Lancashire, Derbyshire & East Coast Railway over which the Midland ran both its own trains and participated in joint services between Mansfield and Sheffield. (2)£35
432BR (N) HEXHAM TO RICCARTON JUNCTION: Issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Bellingham N. Tyne, Bellingham North Tyne, Falstone, Hexham, Humshaugh, Kielder Forest (Trans), Lewiefield Halt (u), Newcastle-0n-Tyne Central (to Bellingham), Plashetts (Trans a), Reedsmouth, Tarset (a), Thorneyburn (a). (12)£75
433THE LEWIS OMNIBUS CO. LTD. punch type geographical stage 1d blue Exchange BUS TICKET, together with a white 1d numerical stage punch type ticket from THE JOCKEY OMNIBUS and a 1½d white numeric stage ticket from CHAS. FRENCH & SONS. The companies were based at Watford, Cambridge Heath (Robinson & Denny) and Camden Road, London respectively. (3)£75
434A SMALL COLLECTION OF BEAM, ROLL-TYPE AND OTHER SMALL PLATFORM TICKETS consisting of 25 Pre-Nationalisation and 50 BR. Of the PN Beams, 21 are from the GWR, covering various prints from Bath, Birmingham SH, Exeter, Maidenhead, Newton Abbot, Oxford, Paignton, Swindon Jn., Torquay, Weston-Super-Mare. The odd duplicate noted. (75)£55
435LNER: GREAT EASTERN LINES. Mainly issued whole Edmondsons from Bethnal Green Jun., Birdbrook (/), Burnham on Crouch (/), Cambridge, Chappel & Wakes Colne, Chatteris (/), Cheshunt, Chigwell, Chigwell Lane, Frinton on Sea, Ponders End (u), Theydon Bois, Tottenham, Stow Bedon, Stratford SBO, Sudbury Suffolk (a), Whittlesea, Wisbech East (a), Wivenhoe, Woodford Essex. (20)£40
436BOURNEMOUTH CORPORATION TRAMWAYS punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS comprising 2 x 1d white, 1½d pink, 2d white, 3d orange, 4d blue, 5d yellow, 6d green, 1d Parcel ticket, and 4d purple ‘Beach Cliffs & Foreshaw Committee’. The Bournemouth tram system closed on 8/4/1936. (10)£45
437LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY issued 3rd single from Halifax L&Y to West Vale (closed 23/9/1929). Dated 4/7/05 and in good condition, but with fading at the edges. (1)£60
438LONDON GENERAL OMNIBUS COMPANY LTD: 4 named-stage punch-type BUS TICKETS, together with 16 similar tickets with the LGOC & ASSOCIATED COMPANIES’ title. All different routes and generally in good condition. (20)N/S
439BRECON & MERTHYR RAILWAY issued 3rd Parly single from Talyllyn to Fochriw (dated 1901, but with ‘Cancelled’ written on the face), together with issued blank bicycle singles from Pontsticill and Torpantau (dated 1950s, one slight Bd) and a half ticket from Dowlais. (3wh 1hlf)£45
440BRITISH RAILWAYS EDMONDSONS: A small box containing 75 different tickets, all issued to London Transport stations. Most are ‘station of origin’ types, but a few ‘Scheme’ issues are included. Almost all date from the early 1950s, and many are transitional styles. (75)£45
441LONDON, CHATHAM & DOVER RAILWAY issued 3rd single from Rochester Bridge to Chatham. The full date is not legible, but the print is from the late 1870s. Rochester Bridge was the official station name in 1861 and from 1905, but it would appear that the name appeared on tickets for most of the period from 1861 until its closure on 1/1/1917, sometimes with the suffix ‘Strood’ (1)£320
442LNER FORMER GREAT NORTH OF SCOTLAND RAILWAY LINES issued whole Edmondsons from Aberdeen, Aberdeen W, Aberlour, Advie, Ballater, Ballindalloch, Blacksboat, Brucklay, Buckpool, Bucksburn, Craigellachie, Cullen, Dinnet, Dufftown, Elgin, Ellon, Fraserburgh, Garmouth, Grantown-on-Spey, Grange. (20)£180
443LONDON TRANSPORT (BUSES) all different geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from Route 141 serving the North of London in wartime and post-war periods. A selection of tickets is offered to show changes in stage names and route patterns during the period covered. Condition is mostly good with some unusual/rare issues noted. See note at Lot 18. (40)£30
444NORTH LONDON RAILWAY collection of scarce “To Pay” and “Paid” PARCELS ROUTING LABELS from: Chalk Farm, Highbury, Shoreditch, and Broad Street to various destinations both on and off the system and coloured accordingly. One example scruffy, the others very good. (17)£45
445GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY issued whole Edmondsons from Bowes Park (Bd), Enfield, Dewsbury, Hornsey, King’s Cross London, Leicester (Cycle check), Peterboro’ Down (bike Bd), Selby, Wheathamstead, Winchmore Hill. (10)£25
446BR (S) CLOSED STATIONS BETWEEN SALISBURY & BOURNEMOUTH: Issued whole Edmond-sons from Ashley Heath, 3 x Breamore, 4 x Draggons Road, 4 x Fordingbridge, Ringwood, 5 x Verwood, 4 x West Moors. (22)£170
447GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY IN DEVON: issued and audit Pre-nationalisation whole Edmondsons from Barnstaple GW, Brimley Halt, Burrator Platform, Chudleigh, Cornwood (a), Christow, Hele & Brandninch (/), Ingra Tor Halt (u), Ivybridge (a), Longdown, Plym Bridge Platform, Plymouth N. Rd., Princetown, Starcross, Staverton, Tavistock GW, Thorverton, 2 x Tiverton Devon, plus a Pre-Grouping undated 3rd single from Plymouth MB with ‘A’ o/p. 8 halts included as destinations. (20)£210
448A PAIR OF SOUTH LONDON TRAMWAYS COMPANY AND LONDON COUNTY COUNCIL TRAMWAYS 1d white punch type TRAM TICKETS matching in style, but not routes. In VGC, except for mounting paper on one ticket. (2)£30
449JERSEY EASTERN RAILWAY CO. LTD. issued 2nd single from Pontac to Le Hocq (dated 16/9/1876) with a visible /, together with an undated 1st single from St. Helier to St Lukes in VGC. The railway closed on 21/6/1929. (2)£65
450SOUTHERN RAILWAY issued 3rd single from Woody Bay to Lynton (dated 20/9/1935) in VGC. These stations were situated on the much-lamented Lynton & Barnstaple line, which closed a few days after this ticket was issued. (1)£580
451PRE-GROUPING, PRE-LTPB AND PRE-NATIONALISATION COMPANIES: Approx. 1,000 issued and audit whole Edmondson travel tickets from most parts of the UK (no Irish or platform). Includes all four Pre-nat companies and most joint lines (Qty)£820
452EUROPEAN BUS TICKETS: A large box containing several hundred tickets of numerous operators, many of which have been issued. May even be the odd tram and rail ticket. (Qty)£40
453BR (H) / BTC SEASON TICKETS: A collection of 132 small LMS-style prints issued in the 1950s. Includes a number of closed stations. (Qty)£70
454PLATFORM TICKETS FROM MINOR AND PRESERVED LINES: A comprehensive collection of 274 tickets, including many scarcer examples, loose mounted in a quality album. Viewing is strongly recommended. (Qty)£80
455A box of 2,700 NCR21/24 TICKETS – all different (Qty)£75
456LONDON TRANSPORT BUSES: A box containing c.2,500 short Gibson machine issue BUS TICKETS from a large variety of machines and routes. The majority appear to be pre-decimal issues. A little duplication. (Qty).£20
457BR EDMONDSONS issued in the mid-1960s. Approx. 600 tickets – including c.100 Multiprinter – from mainly from Western Region stations, plus a few thin card and machine issues. There is a little duplication, but the lot includes halts and stations that are now de-staffed / closed. (Qty)£310
458GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY: An elderly biscuit tin containing a collection of approximately 580 different Type G77 square LUGGAGE LABELS from a wide variety of stations, plus a substantial quantity of duplicates – probably about 1,500 labels in all. (Qty)£90
459LNER IN THE SOUTH: Approximately 100 mainly issued whole Edmondsons. The greater proportion are from the GN main line north of Kings Cross, but there are examples as far north as Essendine, a few from around other London termini, and some from East Anglia. The lot also contains 5 season tickets and about 30 severed halves. (Qty)£110
460IRISH RAILWAYS: 108 issued and (mainly) audit whole Edmondsons from 12 different companies. The main concerns are CIE (26), GSR (22) and LMS–NCC (20). Includes some interesting types and closed stations. (Qty)£75
461BR (W). Approx 150 issued and audit whole Edmondsons from a wide variety of stations including closed / de-staffed dating from c.1950s-1980s. All appear to be different. (Qty)£110
462MINOR AND PRESERVED LINES: A box of several hundred mainly unissued Edmondson tickets from a variety of operators. (Qty)£35
463SEVERAL HUNDRED APTIS PLATFORM TICKETS covering a wide range of stations, together with a modest selection of INTIS PLATFORM TICKETS. (Qty)£65
464LONDON TRANSPORT BUSES: Approx 320 all different geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from Routes 47 to 75. The vast majority issued, but there are few unclipped tickets in the lot. (Qty)£65
465PRE-GROUPING WHOLE EDMONDSONS from the LM&SR and LNER Groups. A selection of 194 mainly issued tickets from 30 different concerns, but in poor condition. There are 99 tickets from the LM&SR Group, of which 32 are L&NWR, 11 NLR, 10 L&YR, 10 NSR and 9 Caledonian, 87 from the LNER Group, of which 31 are NER, 24 GNR, 11 GER and 9 NBR, and 8 of joint interest. Well worth a look, as you will probably find some interesting types / stations and the odd less common company. See also Lot 215. (194)£120
466Over 1,000 unissued tickets from the COUNTY DONEGAL RAILWAYS JOINT COMMITTEE. 26 different issuing stations. A little duplication. (Qty)£40
467CALEDONIAN STEAM PACKET COMPANY LTD: A comprehensive collection (in sleeves) of almost 400 mainly whole Edmondson STEAMER TICKETS These primarily cover Dunoon and Greenock services, but there are also examples from routes. A small number of Caledonian MacBrayne prints are also included. (Qty)£55
468BR (W) EDMONDSONS: A selection of approximately 500 mainly audit tickets from a variety of stations, many of which are now closed. There is some duplication of stations, but only minimal duplication of the same print. (Qty)£300
469LONDON TRANSPORT: A mixed selection of over 1,000 issued and audit tickets comprising Edmondsons, machine issues, platform tickets, halves, season tickets and issued Travelcards. (Qty)£65
470LNER MAINLY AUDIT WHOLE EDMONDSONS: Includes a variety of types and closed stations – Cliff Common, Polton, St, Helen’s Central, Whetstone noted. (90)£120
471BR (S). Approx 150 issued and audit whole Edmondsons from a wide variety of stations including closed/de-staffed dating from c.1950s-1980s. All appear to be different. No NCR21s. (Qty)£120
472MINOR AND PRESERVED RAILWAYS: A box of several hundred, mainly Edmondson, tickets from a variety of operators. A few less common ones included. (Qty)£35
473A DELVER’S DELIGHT shoebox of mainly BUS TICKETS. Strong on Ultimates and Setrights, but punch, Bellgraphic and Explorers tickets also noted. (Qty)£18
474OVER 700 SCOTTISH WHOLE EDMONDSONS, mainly from the 1980s, covering most, if not all, the stations then issuing such tickets. (Qty)£90
475LIVERPOOL OVERHEAD RAILWAY: Approximately 900 unissued Edmondsons from this unique system. (Qty)£30
476LONDON TRANSPORT: A collection of approximately 1,200 whole Edmondsons, of which 550 are issued, with the remainder being withdrawn stock. (Qty)£65
477BR SEASON TICKETS: Approximately 300 issues from the late 1970s and 80s. The majority are from the area between Weston-Super-Mare and Westbury via Bath and there is considerable duplication of stations of origin, although not journeys. Included, however, are tickets from lesser-used stations such as Weston Milton, Oldfield Park and Dilton Marsh. (Qty)£20
478An ice cream tub of approximately 500 MAINLY EDMONDSON TICKETS. Pre-nationalisation, BR and minor railways noted. Some closed stations – issued and audit. A little duplication. (Qty)£130
479NON-EUROPEAN BUS AND TRAM TICKETS: A box of several hundred tickets from America, Australia, The Middle East and other parts of the world, many of which have been issued. (Qty)£45
480LONDON TRANSPORT EDMONDSONS: A small box containing approx. 100 ‘Scheme’ issues dating from the 1940 to 1950 period. A wide variety of issuing stations is included. (Qty)£95
481OPENINGS, RE-OPENINGS AND OTHER SPECIAL OCCASIONS: A collection of approximately 200 first day issues from 39 stations opened in the 1980s and 90s. There is a mixture of Edmondson, NCR21, APTIS and other machine issues, some of which are numbered ‘0000’. Platform tickets are also included, as are 13 last day/first day tickets from 4 stations where there was a change in the method of issue. A list of the issuing stations is included with the lot. (Qty)£60
482MANX ELECTRIC RAILWAY: A box containing approx. 3,300 used Edmondsons from the early 1960s. There is considerable duplication of some prints, but the tickets include some now obsolete journeys such as those to and from Housedrake Camp. Around 70 different prints noted from a quick examination of the tickets, but there could be more, as well as printing variations. Could form the basis of a comprehensive collection of tickets from this unique system. (Qty).£30
483MULTIPRINTER AND FLEXIPRINTER TICKETS: Approx. 500 issues from a variety of origins. (Qty)£160
484IRISH RAILWAYS SEVERED HALVES: A small box of 298 tickets from 10 different companies. The main concerns are CIE (152), UTA (73) and GSR (33). Some interesting types and stations. (Qty)N/S
485LONDON TRANSPORT BUSES: A bundle of 200 geographical punch BUS TICKETS as issued in wartime and the post-war era. From a wide range of routes between 1 and 251, with fare values from 1d to 9d, all with large overprints. No apparent duplication. (Qty)£50
486PRE-GROUPING WHOLE EDMONDSONS: A collection of 193 issued and audit tickets from 24 different companies, the main ones being DR&CR – 90, NER – 31. and GWR – 14. (Qty)£170
487FESTINIOG RAILWAY: Approximately 1,000 whole Edmondsons covering the period from a working railway to the preservation era. A small number of issued examples noted. If you look closer you may find others. (Qty).£45
488MIDLAND & GREAT NORTHERN JOINT COMMITTEE Pre-nationalisation prints comprising 15 issued and 163 unissued/audit. A wide selection with no apparent duplication. (Qty)£140
489A box containing over 300 BR WHOLE EDMONDSONS – mainly former GN lines around London and pre-dated tours, but includes the odd closed station – together with a miscellaneous selection of paper, machine and half tickets, and a number of Edmondson, card and paper tickets from MINOR AND PRESERVED railways. (Qty)£35
490LARGE CARD AND PAPER BUS TICKETS FROM THE UK AND IRELAND: A collection of well over 1,000 mainly unused tickets from a wide variety of operators. Could fill a few gaps. (Qty)£210
491SOUTHERN RAILWAY: 63 audit whole Edmondsons, including interesting types and closed stations, together with 100 mainly issued BR(S) whole Edmondsons. Issued tickets from the Isle of Wight and Grain Branch noted. (Qty)£250
492PRE-NATIONALISATION AND BR HALVES: A collection of over 1,000 tickets – includes closed stations. (Qty)£70
493A DELVER’S DELIGHT shoebox of 1,500 all different BUS TICKETS (and a few tram). Contains a variety of issues, including a good proportion of punch tickets. Certainly worth a delve! (Qty)£110
494SEASON TICKETS AND RUNABOUTS: A collection of 37 BR (H) / BTC season tickets issued at former Highland Railway stations in the 1950s and early 1960s – the majority now being closed or unstaffed – together with 10 Holiday Runabout tickets covering journeys over Highland lines. (47)£40
495LONDON, BRIGHTON & SOUTH COAST RAILWAY: Over 400 different LUGGAGE LABELS of Types L41-45 (inclusive) from some 75 different originating stations (list provided) to a wide variety of ‘local’ and ‘foreign’ destinations. (Qty)£120
496END OF COLLECTION MISCELLANY: A box containing 15 Pre-nat and c.150 BR whole (mainly transitional) whole Edmondsons, plus a large number of halves, c.200 LT Rapidprinter tickets, and miscellaneous other issues. A little duplication. (Qty)£30
497BR (E/N) EDMONDSONS: A selection of approximately 450 issued and audit tickets from a variety of stations, many of which are now closed. There is some duplication of stations, but only minimal duplication of the same print. (Qty)£270
498PRE-GROUPING, PRE-LTPB AND PRE-NATIONALISATION COMPANIES: Approx. 1,000 issued and audit whole Edmondson travel tickets from most parts of the UK (no Irish or platform). Includes all four Pre-nat companies and most joint lines (Qty)£820
499A BOX OF APPROX 2,000 NCR 21 tickets, most of which are from the 1970s. There is a small amount of duplication of certain prints (Qty)£260
500AND FINALLY ……… A large box containing well over 1,000 UK rail tickets of all types, including a few Pre-grouping. Also includes a small photo album of railway scenes. (Qty)£65