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Catalogue - Ticket Auction 29 April 2006

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1Corris Railway: An issued pink 3rd single from Machynlleth to Corris, dated 2/4/1890. The line was absorbed by the GWR on 4/8/1930 and closed to passenger traffic on 1/1/1931. (1)£220
2METROPOLITAN RAILWAY: An early vertical two-piece 3rd return from Moorgate St. to Aldersgate St., dated 19/3/1866 – less than 3 months after the stations opened. In VGC, but with a little paper missing from the back. (1)£150
3PWLLHELI & LLANBEDROG TRAMWAYS: A 2½” x 1¼” thin card two-piece HORSE TRAM ticket for a 6d return journey between Llanbedrog and West End Hotel. The line to Llanbedrog opened c.1897 and closed after gales washed away part of the track on 28/11/1927. (1)£55
4LM&SR (PORTPATRICK & WIGTOWNSHIRE SECTION) transitional style LUGGAGE LABELS comprising to: Ayr; Dumfries; plus a very scarce LM&SR “Fishworker’s Luggage” label ----- (blank) to ------ (blank) Via Carstairs, Carlisle (LNW), Rugby and Peterborough (ref ERO 22019) (print date 1-2/32). Good condition. (3)£80
5SOUTHERN RAILWAY: ISLE OF WIGHT PLATFORM TICKET SELECTION comprising T1 Ryde Pier Head (orange), St. Helens; T2B Bembridge, Ventnor; T3 Cowes, Freshwater, Newport, Ryde Pier Head, Ryde Esplanade, Ryde St. Johns Road, Sandown, Shanklin, Ventnor, Ventnor No.2; together with BRITISH RAILWAYS 1d red diamond issues from Bembridge, Mill Hill, Ryde Pier Head. Some of the tickets bear dates between 1947 and 1954. (17)£200
6HUDDERSFIELD CORPORATION TRAMWAYS: Named stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising ½d Children’s Ticket yellow, 1d Children’s Ticket yellow, 2 x 1d white, 1½d white, 2d pink / white, 2d Workmen’s Return Ticket pink (central clip), 3d green / white, 4d blue / white (/), together with a 1d white numeric stage ticket. Eight issues identify the Waterloo & Outlane section (although one has the names in reverse) and one the Honley and Sheepbridge section. The system closed on 29/6/1940, although the Waterloo & Outlane route went 5 years earlier. (10)£310
7LM&SR LINES AROUND CARSTAIRS: Issued whole Edmondsons from Auchengray, Braidwood (insert advert), Carluke, Carnwath, Carstairs, Cleghorn, Haywood (cl. 10/9/1951), Lamington, Law Junc., Peebles (cl. 5/6/1950), Stobo (cl. 5/6/1950 – child clip), Thankerton (parking), Wilsontown (cl. 10/9/1951), Wishaw Central, together with audit tickets from Biggar (cl. 14/8/1950), and Wishaw South. (16)£120
8THE WORCESTER ELECTRIC TRACTION CO. LTD. 1d white punch type TRAM TICKET available on the City Terminus to Cross route. In VGC. This system opened in 1904 and closed on 31/5/1928. (1)£50
9BR (W/S) PLYMOUTH TO PRINCETOWN AND LAUNCESTON: issued whole Edmondsons from Bickleigh, Coryton, Dousland, Horrabridge, Launceston, Liddaton Halt, Lifton, Lydford, Marsh Mills, Plymouth North Road, Shaugh Bridge Platform, 2 x Tavistock South, Whitchurch Down Platform, Yelverton, plus an undated issue from Mary Tavy & Blackdown. Destinations include Burrator Platform, Clearbrook Halt, Liddaton Halt, and Plym Bridge Platform. (16)£75
10CAMPBELTOWN & MACHRIHANISH LIGHT RAILWAY: An whole Edmondson Half Fare Return from Lintmill to Campbeltown, together with a 8d punch ticket by GNP for the full journey. Neither ticket is dated. The railway was open between August 1906 to May 1932. (2)£55
11LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY: An issued 3rd Parly single from Birmingham New Street SO to Coalville East, dated 24/12/1907, (minor fading), together with three severed halves, comprising 3rd Season Day Excn o/h Loughboro’ to Leamington, 3rd Parly o/h Whitwick to Loughboro’, and 3rd Parly r/h Loughboro to Coalville East (child clip). Coalville East, Loughboro’ and Whitwick closed on 13/4/1931. (1wh 3hlf)£35
12GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY IN NOTTINGHAMSHIRE: Issued 1st single from Skegby (closed to regular traffic 14/9/1931) to Nottingham Joint Station (renamed 12/6/1900), together with 3rd singles from Basford & Bulwell GN to Burton, Bestwood Colliery (closed 14/9/1931) to King’s Cross, Eastwood to Nottingham Victoria, and Radcliffe-on-Trent to Hucknall GN (renamed 1/7/1923; closed 14/9/1931). (5)£35
13THE GRAVESEND & NORTHFLEET ELECTRIC TRAMWAYS LTD. ¾d red geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKET for the Denton to Swanscombe route. This 6½ mile system opened in 1902 and closed on 28/2/1929 (1)£300
14WATERFORD STEAM SHIP CO. LIMITED: A small collection of issued Edmondson cards for a variety of journeys by deck, cabin and half cabin, four of which bear dates in 1906/07. (5)£75
15BR (H): 100 tickets from closed stations, of which half are issued. Needs examination. (100)£110
16GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY ROAD MOTOR OMNIBUSES issued 1/- green punch type BUS TICKET for the Saltash – Albaston route. In VGC. (1)£140
17SOUTHERN RAILWAY – BISLEY CAMP AND BROOKWOOD: Issued and audit whole Edmondsons comprising 2 x Bisley Camp to Brookwood; 3 x Brookwood to Bisley Camp (including 1 pre-dated excursion ticket o/s ‘cancelled’ on back), 3 x Waterloo to Brookwood (2 excursion tickets o/s ‘cancelled on back, and 1 audit issue for a Mourner, available by Necropolis Train only) together with two thin card rail motor type tickets for the branch, a similar BRITISH RAILWAYS issue and audit Edmondson for an RCTS trip in November 1952. (12)£70
18LGOC (4), LGOC & ASSOCIATED COS. (7) and LPTB (BUSES) (40) all different fareboard geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from Services 101, 101 & 161, 101 & 101B, 101 & 224, 101 & 104 and 25C. 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 55 years ago which commenced in 2001. They have been sorted and assembled into “geographical” areas and in this catalogue the theme is ‘Essex Borderland’. The “geographical” theme will continue in further batches of tickets from this collection in our July catalogue. Be sure to look out for the other lots in this catalogue. (51)£180
19LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd single from Port Isaac Road to Camelford, dated 17/9/1900. In excellent condition. (1)£45
20RYE & CAMBER TRAMWAYS CO. LTD. A pink roll ticket for a 3rd Class single fare at 1d, together with a 3d white punch type ticket from Golf Links and a 2” x 1½” thin card 1st single issued at a fare of 6d (/). All appear to have been used. The line operated between 1895 and 1939. (3)£90
21METROPOLITAN RAILWAY EDMONDSONS FROM AUTOMATIC MACHINES: All different prints, comprising Aldgate Met (3 x AM9; AM42; AM52), Edgware Road 1 (2 x AM11), Essex Road (AM35), Farringdon Street (3 x AM1; 2 x AM2; 2 x AM8; AM60), Great Portland Street (AM32; AM45), King’s Cross 1 (2 x AM4; 2 x AM6; AM66), Liverpool Street Bishopsgate (AM7), Liverpool Street 1 (AM15), Liverpool Street 2 (AM7), Liverpool Street 3 (2 x AM13), Moorgate Street (AM10), Moorgate 1 (AM10; AM22), Portland Road (AM1), together with METROPOLITAN & DISTRICT RAILWAYS issues from Gloucester Road Brompton (AM18), High St. Kensington (3 x AM41 – 2 differ only in series), South Kensington 1 (AM20) and METROPOLITAN & GW RAILWAYS from Latimer Road (AM57), Notting Hill & Ladbroke Grove (AM25), Westbourne Park (AM57). (40)£60
22GW & LM&S RAILWAYS JOINT: 13 issued and 7 audit whole Edmondsons from the Shrewsbury Joint Lines. The issuing stations are Bromfield, Church Stretton, Craven Arms & Stokesay (a), Dinmore (a), Dorrington, Ford Bridge (a), Leominster, Ludlow (a), Ministerley, Onibury, Shrewsbury, Wellington Salop, Woofferton. (20)£290
23THE CLIFTON ROCKS RAILWAY: A gilded metal medallion in the shape of a Maltese Cross ‘Issued to passengers on the opening day March 11th 1893’. The other side bears the undertaking’s title and ‘Commenced 1891. Completed 1893’. An engraving of a tram appears in the centre, with the initials ‘G.N.’ (George Newnes – the benefactor), ‘G.C.M’ (George Croydon Marks – the engineer) and ‘P.M.’ (Philip Monroe – the architect) on the sides. This cliff railway passed to the Bristol Tramways & Carriage Co. on 29/11/1912 and closed on 1/10/1934. (1)£85
24LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY LUGGAGE LABELS comprising Type L29 to Ramsey (via Fleetwood), 5 x Type L21 from Rainford Jn. To different destinations, and 27 different labels of Types L23, L25 and L 26. (33)£30
25PLATFORM TICKETS: 350 AA machine issues, comprising 44 BTC and 306 BRB – the latter generally sorted by type. (Qty)£150
26J. HANSON & SON LTD. 1d white numeric stage punch type OMNIBUS TICKET in VGC. The ticket has a Bell Punch, Uxbridge, 10-25 imprint, and an advert on the back for Joseph Hanson & Son Ltd ‘Furniture Removers and Storers : Rolls Royce & Daimler Cars for Hire’. Phone numbers are shown for premises at Milnsbridge, Huddersfield, and Fartown Garage. (1)£45
27CYPRUS GOVERNMENT RAILWAY issued 1st, 2nd and 3rd singles from Famagusta to Nicosia in excellent condition, together with 7 severed halves. All of the tickets were issued between 1926 and 1929. The CGR closed on 31st December 1951. (3wh 7hlf)£45
28LONDON STREET TRAMWAYS COMPANY: Two early Whiting issues – 1d brown available between Bull & Gate and Red Cap, and 3d blue available between Angel Islington and Gospel Oak (/), together with two later 1d issues with various named stages. This concern opened in 1871 and was taken over by the North Metropolitan Tramways on 13/11/1897. (4)£80
29SOUTHERN RAILWAY WATER-RELATED TICKETS: 7 issued and 28 audit whole Edmondsons including the Gravesend Ferry (Pier Toll, Motor or Steam Lorry, etc), Southampton Docks services (including trip to view RMS Queen Mary in 1936), Portsmouth Harbour facilities (including Naval Review), Navy Week at 3 dockyards, Salter Bros rail / steamer trips. (35)£140
30MILITARY CAMP RAILWAY issued 1st single Dinton to Fovant, dated 27/7/1918. In VGC. Passenger services on this line were introduced on 15/10/1915, but had ceased by 7/1920. (1)£390
31CLOGHER VALLEY RAILWAY: Unissued whole Edmondsons from 3 x Aughnacloy, Ballagh (pre-dated 12/7/1935), Ballygawley, Brookeboro’ (joined halves), Clogher, Fivemiletown, together with an issued free pass (dated 24/9/1937), and an unused 1d white punch ticket. (10)£45
32LM&SR TRANSITIONAL TICKETS: A selection of issued 1st and 3rd singles printed in the former Midland Railway style. The issuing stations are Ashby, Ben Rhydding, Birmingham B’ge, Bradford Forster Square, Bristol (to Broadstone), Clapham, Dursley, Hucknall, Ilkley (/), Keighley, London St. Pancras, 2 x Mansfield, Morecambe, Normanton, Nottingham, Redditch, Skipton, Stockingford, Tewkesbury. (20)£100
33BELFAST STREET TRAMWAYS CO. 1d blue geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKET covering a long list of stages, together with an early 1d blue issue from BELFAST CITY TRAMWAYS, with an advert for the Glengormley Tramway (‘now worked by the Corporation’) on the back, and a later 1d white print from the same company. In VGC. The horse-drawn Street Tramways were taken over by Belfast Corporation on 1/1/1905. (3)£30
34BR (M) FORMER L&NW LINES AROUND RUGBY, LEAMINGTON AND COVENTRY: Mainly issued whole Edmondsons from Bedworth, Birdingbury, Brandon & Wolston, Braunston (a), Canley No.2, Chilvers Cotton, Coundon Road, Daimler Halt, Daventry, Dunchurch (u), Foleshill, Hawkesbury Lane, Leamington Spa Avenue (u), Leamington Spa LM, Leamington Spa Milverton, Marton (iu), Napton & S., Rugby Midland, Southam & Long Itchington (u). (20)£120
35FORMER HIGHLAND RAILWAY LINES: An audit Highland Railway Reserved Compartment ticket from Perth, together with LM&SR issued whole Edmondsons from Aberfeldy, Aviemore, Ballinluig, Beauly, Boat of Garten, Culrain (passenger by goods train), Evanton, Granton-on-Spey, Inverness, Murthly, Rogart, and similar BR issues from Achnasheen, Ballinluig, Dunphail, Kinloss and Kyle of Lochalsh. A BR audit ticket from Scotscalder and 4 LMS severed halves make up the lot. (18wh; 4hlf)£100
36WORTHING MOTOR SERVICES LTD. A 3” x 3¾” unused folding card Complimentary Pass available until December 31st 19--. It is known, however, that this is a pre-1915 print. The inside is in excellent condition, but there are a few small marks on the outside orange cover. (1)£20
37COLNE VALLEY RAILWAY issued 3rd sgl from Castle Hedingham to Haverhill, dated 30/7/1904. The ticket is in good condition, but has a little vertical creasing and two cancellation clips at the top. (1)£160
38LONDON TRANSPORT TROLLEYBUSES (32) and LONDON TRANSPORT T & T (16) all different named-stage punch type TROLLEYBUS TICKETS with code 172 (Routes 565, 567, 569 and 665) in wartime and post-war periods. A selection of tickets is offered which have been loose mounted on card with historical notes by the vendor showing changes in stage names and fares. These services were converted from tram to trolleybus on 9/6/1940. Condition is mostly good with some unusual / rare issues noted. See note at Lot 18. (48)£75
39BR( W) CAMBRIAN & GW LINES IN NORTH WALES: Issued whole Edmondsons from Aberdovey, Acrefair, Arthog, Bala, Bala Jn., Barmouth Jn., Blaenau Ffestiniog Central, Corwen, Dolgelley (Bd), Fairbourne, Frongoch, Glyndyfrdwy, Harlech, Llanbedr & Pensarn, Langelynin Halt, Llangollen, Morfa Mawddach, Penhelig Halt, Penmaenpool, Portmadoc, Teigl Halt, Tonfanau, Towyn. (23)£100
40JERSEY EASTERN RAILWAY CO. LTD. A 1st single from Gorey Pier to Les Marais (renamed 1903 – dated 8/9/1908), together with an Edmondson 1d Bicycle Ticket (dated 7/9/1911) and 5 severed halves. The railway closed on 21/6/1929. (2wh 5hlf)£360
41LNER FORMER GREAT NORTH OF SCOTLAND LINES: Issued whole Edmondsons from 3 x Aberdeen, Advie, Elgin, Fraserburgh, Insch, Inverugie, 2 x Keith, Kennethmont, Kintore, Kittybrewster, Ladysbridge, Longside, Lonmay, Lossiemouth, Mintlaw, Oyne, Portknockie, Rathen, Spey Bay, together with audit tickets from Inveramsay (closed 1/10/1951) and Knock. (24)£160
42WELSH PRE-GROUPING COMPANIES: A collection of 53 severed halves from GWR constituent companies, comprising 6 x Barry Railway; 3 x Brecon & Merthyr; 2 x Burry Port & Gwendraeth Valley; 15 x Cambrian; 1 x Manchester & Milford; 1 x Port Talbot Railway & Dock Co.; 3 x Rhondda & Swansea Bay; 1 x Rhymney; 21 x Taff Vale. (53hlf)£75
43LCC TRAMWAYS: Early style geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 2 x ½d, 2 x 1d, 1½d and 2d (including two with ‘T’ overprints), plus a 1d grey Exchange Ticket. (7)£95
44UNHEADED black and white LUGGAGE LABEL: Glossop. The station opened in 1842 and was the name given to Dinting, prior to opening of the Glossop branch in 1845. Allocated the code X21 in RPS1, this is undoubtedly an early label and there is speculation that it may have been issued by the Sheffield, Ashton-Under-Lyne & Manchester Railway or is early MS&LR. Extremely scarce. VGC. (1)£45
45NORTH EAST PLATFORM TICKET SELECTION comprising LNER T3B Malton, LNER T3C Hull M. (No.1), Hull (M. No.5), Scarborough (M. No.1) West Hartlepool (M), BRITISH RAILWAYS 1d (Trans) Darlington No.1, Hull Paragon No.3, Saltburn S (/), Whitby, 3 x York (different series), BRITISH RAILWAYS 1d (red diamond) Darlington B. Top No.1, Hull No.2, Newcastle No.5. (15)£70
46HANTS & DORSET MOTOR SERVICES LTD. Approx. 265 punch type and insert Setright BUS TICKETS, of which 65% are different and the remainder duplicates. Six have Bell Punch Uxbridge four figure imprints; the rest are later issues. The majority have been issued, but 33 Circular Journey insert Setrights and 26 Emergency / BCT-overprinted issues do not have clips. (Qty)£50
47GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY IN SOUTH WALES: Issued and audit pre-nationalisation whole Edmondsons from Aberavon Town, Blaengarw (u), Boncath, Cardiff Parade (/) (name assumed 1/7/1924; closed 15/4/1928), Colbren Jn., Cwm Bargoed (u), Duffryn Rhondda Halt, Kidwelly Flats Halt (u), Lampeter (a), St. Fagans, Llanelly, Llanharry (u), Lanwern (u), Mathry Road for St, David’s (to Welsh Hook Halt u), Merthyr Vale, Neath Riverside, Newcastle Emlyn (u), Pontsarn, Llandyssil, Sebastopol. (20)£75
48COVENTRY CORPORATION TRAMWAYS punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d light blue, 3d blue (/), 3d brown, 5d pink, all with named stages; together with 2 x different 1d blue, 2½d yellow, 4d orange, 6d blue and 7d pink with numbered stages. A couple of the tickets are grubby, but otherwise the condition is good. The Coventry system closed on 24th December 1940, although services on some routes ceased as early as 1932. (10)£70
49AUSTRALIA: Three pre-Commonwealth 2½” x 3½” folding free passes comprising a SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS issue on card for the period between 1st and 31st October 1891, a similar issue available between 11th and 31st July 1899, and a VICTORIAN RAILWAYS leatherette ‘Visitor’s Free Pass’ available for one month from 20th October 1899. The last two were issued to the Rev. H.S. Fitzroy, the Chaplain of HMS Royal Arthur. The tickets are in VGC, although the 1891 SAR one has a crease on the top left. There are a number of references on the internet to the HMS Royal Arthur – a 1st Class Cruiser – being in Australia during this particular period. (3)£60
50EAST KENT RAILWAY: A collection of 20 whole Edmondsons of which half are dated. Issuing stations are Ash, Ash Town, Eastry South, Elvington, Eythorne, Shepherdswell, Shepherdswell Jtn., Tilmanstone, Wingham, Woodnesboro’. Five tickets have joined halves. (20)£140
51BR (M): 100 tickets from closed stations, of which 90 are issued. (100)£210
52SOUTHERN RAILWAY issued Edmondson single coupon Cheap Day ticket from Barnstaple Town to Blackmoor ‘in exchange for Day Return Ticket issued by SOUTHERN NATIONAL OMNIBUS COMPANY’. Dated 24/9/1935 and in VGC apart from a slight crease at the top. (1)£75
53LONDON INDEPENDENT OPERATORS. Geographical stage punch type BUS TICKETS from The Premier Omnibus Co., Overground Ltd., Dangerfield Overground Service, together with numerical stage tickets from Timpson’s, City Omnibus Co. Ltd., and C.H. Pickup. (6)£20
54CALEDONIAN RAILWAY: A collection of LUGGAGE LABELS to 98 different stations on and off the system loose mounted in an album. In good / VGC. (98)£50
55MET & GC JT COMMITTEE PLATFORM TICKETS comprising T2A Harrow-on-the Hill (2) Station, and T2B Northwood Station. Issued in 1923/1926. Both have Bd due to previous mounting. (2)£110
56BLACKPOOL CORPORATION TRAMWAYS geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d white, 2d mauve, 3d yellow, 4d orange, 9d green / white, 2d blue Exchange, 1/- green Exchange, together with 1d white, 2d pink and 3d light brown issues with numeric stages. All in VGC, except one with a minor crease. All by Auto Tickets Ltd., Birkenhead. (10)£35
57GREAT NORTH OF SCOTLAND RAILWAY issued 3rd single from Banff to Tillynaught (dated 28/11/1906), together with a blank card Dog single from Cruden Bay made out to Boddam (dated 30/7/1901). These stations closed on 31/10/1932. Both in excellent condition. (2)£210
58GREAT SOUTHERN RAILWAYS roll type OMNIBUS TICKETS comprising 3d and 6d green ‘Omnibus Section’ prints, together with 1½d green, 2½d pink, 3d yellow and 4d orange titled ‘Omnibus Services : City Services’. All are used and bear the imprint ‘Made in England’. (6)N/S
59GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY, CORNWALL: Issued Pre-Grouping whole Edmondsons from 2 x Bodmin (1 faded right), 2 x Camborne (1 /), Falmouth, Fowey, Hayle, Newquay, Par (/), 2 x Penzance, 2 x Redruth, St. Erth, St. Ives, Shepherds, Truro, 3 x Wadebridge. Includes 3 tickets issued in the 1880s. (20)£70
60CALEDONIAN RAILWAY SEVERED HALVES: A small collection of tickets from stations associated with services over the Solway Viaduct comprising outward portions from Abbey Jn to Cockermouth, Annan to Brayton, Bowness to Brayton, Bromfield to Whitrigg (Bd), Brayton to Kirtlebridge, and Whitrigg to Bromfield. Brayton was a M&C station, which closed in 1950, but lost its Cally services in 1921, Annan lasted until 27/4/1931, but the other four closed on 20/5/1921. (6)£110
61LM&SR MOTOR CAR AND CYCLE PARKING TICKETS. A collection of 50 whole Edmondsons issued from the 1940s onwards covering stations in England, Scotland and Wales, many of which are closed or destaffed. (50)£65
62NORTH LONDON RAILWAY issued 1st, 2nd and 3rd singles from 2 x Broad Street (1 /), Caledonian Road & Barnsbury, Camden Town, Canonbury, 2 x Chalk Farm (1 /), Dalston Junction, Hackney, Haggerston, Homerton, Mildmay Park, Victoria Park No.1. (13)£45
63NORTH WALES BUS OPERATORS: Punch type BUS TICKET from WHITE ROSE MOTOR SERVICES of Rhyl (1d white numeric stage; 7d pink geographical stage), NORTH WALES SILVER MOTOR SERVICES (1d white, 1½d blue), WREXHAM AND DISTRICT TRANSPORT CO. LTD. (9d brown; 1/3 orange – the latter foxed / Bd); NEVIN BLUE MOTORS (1/- mauve). The first two companies were acquired by the LMS and integrated into the Crosville fleet in 1930; it is believed that last named is from the village of Nevin near Caernarvon. (7)£85
64THAMES RIVER BOAT SERVICES: A selection of mainly Automaticket and roll tickets from operators such as Hastings Pleasure Steamers, Jackson Bros., W & A Metcalf, and C. Whatford & Sons. All appear to be 1950s issues, and almost all are used and in good condition. (68)£30
65SOUTHERN RAILWAY T2B PLATFORM TICKETS comprising Bournemouth C’L No.1, Chartham, Epsom Downs, Gomshall & Shere, Grange Road, Petworth, Sidley, Streatham Hill, Wandsworth Common, West Worthing, Whitstable Town No.1 (soiled), Whitstable Town No.2. Four of the tickets were issued in the 1930s. (12)£75
66LANCASHIRE BUS OPERATORS: A 3d numeric stage punch type BUS TICKET from MACSHANE’S MOTORS LTD (with a Liverpool advert on the back), together with a 4d inward / outward journey print from RISHTON & ANTLEY MOTOR CO. LTD. of Accrington, and a 1/- ticket for a journey between Manchester and Bolton from TOGNARELLI’S DIRECT EXPRESS SERVICE. All are coloured green and in VGC. (3)£35
67MIDLAND RAILWAY BIRMINGHAM TO SWANSEA: Issued 3rd singles from Brecon to Stratford GW (Bd), Hereford to Stoke Works, and Swansea to Ystalyfera (slight Bd). (3)£30
68LPTB TROLLEYBUSES (12), LONDON TRANSPORT TROLLEYBUSES (50) and LONDON TRANSPORT T & T (17) all different named-stage punch type TROLLEYBUS TICKETS with code 159 (Routes 669, 685, 689 and 690) in pre-war, wartime and post-war periods. A selection of tickets is offered which have been loose mounted on card with historical notes by the vendor showing changes in stage names and fares. These services were converted from tram to trolleybus in 1937. Condition is mostly good with some unusual / rare issues noted. See note at Lot 18. (79)£130
69HIGHLAND RAILWAY issued blank card Dog single from Fearn, made out to Dornoch and dated 19/6/1922. In good condition, but has slight central crease and two clips at the bottom. (1)£80
70LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY 3d pink punch type ROAD MOTOR CAR TICKET for the Boxmoor / Hemel Hempstead area services. The service from Boxmoor to Hemel Hempstead was introduced on 9/8/1909 and extended to Piccotts End (also on the ticket) in 06/1910. Apsley does not appear on the ticket, so it is assumed that it was issued prior to the diversion of some services via that route from 1/10/1913 (1)£70
71CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS issued 3rd Parly singles from Criccieth to Chwilog (poor condition), and Pwllheli to Afon Wen, together with audit tickets from Bettisfield, Buttington, Forden, 2 x Oswestry (1 /), and Penybontfawr (pre-dated and unclipped). (8)£70
72GW & GC JOINT RAILWAY: A collection of 16 all different issued Pre-nationalisation tickets from the Ruislip stations, comprising 3 x Ruislip Gardens, 8 x Ruislip & Ickenham, 2 x South Ruislip, 2 x South Ruislip & Northolt Junction, 1 x West Ruislip for Ickenham. (16)£110
73THE NORTH METROPOLITAN TRAMWAYS COMPANY geographical stage Punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 3 x different 1d blue, 1½d green, 2d white (the latter two are earlier prints), together with ½d orange, 1d white (/) from THE METROPOLITAN ELECTRIC TRAMWAYS LTD and 2 x 2d blue (1 /) and 1d white from LCC TRAMWAYS. (10)£65
74LONDON CHATHAM & DOVER RAILWAY type L52 unheaded LUGGAGE LABEL: Victoria to Gravesend Pier in black and white. VGC. Scarce. (1)N/S
75LONDON TRANSPORT PLATFORM TICKETS comprising 19 x T1A, 7 x T1B, 1 x 2d, 4 x 3d, 26 x 6d, 118 x 2p. Mainly VGC. Too many stations to list. Needs to be seen. (175)£300
76SALTASH, THREE TOWNS & DISTRICT STEAMBOAT CO. LTD. undated two-piece Edmondson return available between Plymouth and Cremyll. In VGC apart from mounting paper on the back. (1)£110
77BR (W): 150 issued whole Edmondsons, of which 40% are from closed stations. Includes a few transitional prints. Worth a closer look. (150)£290
78LONDON UNITED TRAMWAYS LTD punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 7 geographical and 8 numeric stage. (15)£60
79MIDLAND RAILWAY BIRMINGHAM AREA: 17 issued and 1 audit whole Edmondsons comprising 2 x Birmingham (to Bromsgrove / Mangotsfield – issued 1882 / 1880), 3 x Birmingham B’ge, 2 x Birmingham CO (one is 1889 one-piece Half Day Trip Excursion), Birmingham St’n St., Birmingham No.4, 2 x Bromsgrove (1a), 2 x King’s Norton, 2 x Moseley (1 issued in 1885), Northfield (1884), Nuneaton, Whitacre. (18)£210
80LONDON, CHATHAM & DOVER RAILWAY issued 1st two-piece return from Peckham Rye to Ludgate Hill (closed 3/3/1929; dated 1/12/1886), together with SOUTH EASTERN & CHATHAM RAILWAY 3rd singles from Dorking, Gomshall & Shere, Hawkhurst, Paddock Wood, and an audit SE&CR H.M. Forces vertical blank return from Lydden Halt. (6)£160
81BATH ELECTRIC TRAMWAYS LTD named stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising a 1d orange, 1½d white, 1½d green, 2½d yellow (/), 3½d brown, 4d mauve, together with later 2½d green, 5½d purple without stage details and a white Edmondson card for a 7/- tour. Includes a couple of earlier prints. The tram system opened in 1904 and closed on 6/5/1939. (9)£80
82LONDON TRANSPORT ‘ADMIT ONE PERSON FOR (AIR RAID) SHELTER’ TICKETS from Angel, Archway, Balham, Bank NL, Baker Street, Belsize Park, Bounds Green, Caledonian Road, Camden Town, Chalk Farm, Clapham South, Colliers Wood, Covent Garden, Earls Court Picc, Edgware Rd.. B’loo, Elephant & Cas B., Euston, Finsbury Pk Met., Gloucester Rd. Picc, Holland Park. (20)£350
83SOUTH LONDON TRAMWAYS COMPANY: An early Whiting punch type TRAM TICKET for the 1d journey between Chelsea Bridge and Buckingham Palace Road. The ticket, which has some very slight foxing, but otherwise is in good condition, also bears the heading ‘Tramway Omnibus’. This concern opened in 1881 and was purchased by London County Council in 1900 / 1902. (1)N/S
84BRITISH RAILWAYS named train circular pictorial LUGGAGE LABEL for “The Aberdonian” in pink, black and white destination: Fort William. (1)£250
85IRISH PLATFORM TICKETS: A varied selection of Edmondsons comprising GNR(I) Warrenpoint: GNRB Belfast, Dublin Amiens St. E, Londonderry; GSR Arklow (part faded); LMS-NCC Ballymena, Ballymoney, Coleraine: 6 x UTA, 18 x CIE, 2 x NIR, together with 1 UTA and 3 CIE AA machine issues. (38)£50
86DUDLEY, STOURBRIDGE & DISTRICT ELECTRIC TRAMWAYS CO. LTD. 3d yellow numeric stage punch type TRAM TICKET. This company re-opened and electrified the former Dudley & Stourbridge Steam Tramways route in 1898, but passed into the hands of the Birmingham Midland Tramways Joint Committee on 1/7/1904. Tickets, however, continued to be printed with the company’s title. This one, by Bell Punch London, dates from 1921/22. It has an interesting advert on the back for Moor Street Warehouse, which starts with the words ‘The Wheels of this Bus are Tyred’. The DS&D, however, had no involvement with buses. J. Abrahams of Forest Gate was the Advertising Contractor to the Joint Committee and the adverts he secured sometimes appeared indiscriminately on tickets of the participating companies; there was, in fact, a series of Moor Street Warehouse adverts. (1)£30
87LNER – NORTHERN HEIGHTS LINES: issued whole Edmondsons from Alexandra Palace, 2 x Alexandra Palace Station, Cranley Gardens, 2 x Crouch End, 2 x East Finchley, Finchley Central, 2 x Finchley Church End (1 /), 2 x Highgate, 2 x Mill Hill for the Hale, Mill Hill East for Mill Hill Barracks, 3 x Muswell Hill, Totteridge & Whetstone (u), West Finchley, Woodside Park for North Finchley, Includes transitional prints. (22)£100
88LANARKSHIRE TRAMWAYS COMPANY: A geographical / numeric stage 2d brown punch type TRAM TICKET, together with an unissued 7d brown numeric stage 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. (2)£45
89SOUTHERN RAILWAY SOUTH COAST RAIL MOTOR SERVICES AND HALTS comprising – Rail Motor – 5 whole Edmondsons from the Hayling Island line (1 dated – 4 undated, though some could have been used), an undated issue from Wishing Well Halt to Weymouth & return, and a transitional 3rd single from Worthing to Ham Bridge Halt (dated 3/7/1924); Halts – issued whole Edmondsons from 2 x Bedhampton Halt, Fishergate Halt DO, Nutbourne Halt, and from West Worthing to Fishergate Halt. In addition, there are thin card issues from Warlington Halt / Bedhampton Halt to Havant and from Nutbourne Halt to Southbourne Halt. (14)£100
90MERSEY RAILWAY: A selection of whole and half Edmondson tickets printed prior to 1930. all of which have been issued – a good proportion in pre-grouping days. Includes tickets to ‘off system’ destinations such as Gresford, Flint and Oswestry. (20wh 20hlf)£70
91WEST CLARE RAILWAY 3rd single from Kilkee to Moyasta (dated 30/7/1902, but has Bd), together with return halves from Miltown Malbay to Ennis, and Kilkee to Corofin (dated 12/12/1897), and a GREAT SOUTHERN & WESTERN RAILWAY 3rd Class Bathers Ticket from Tralee T&F to Spa (closed 31/12/1934), with ‘specimen, stamped on the back. (2wh 2hlf)£30
92GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY issued pre-grouping single from Brentford to Paddington described as ‘Rail Motor Car to Southall and Third Class beyond’. Issued on 24/12/1908. (1)£100
93NEWPORT CORPORATION TRAMWAYS 1d grey and 1½d mauve geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS, together with 1½d, 2d, 3d and 5d numeric / ‘inward and outward’ issues from NEWPORT CORPORATION TRANSPORT DEPT. In VGC, other than one of the latter. The Newport tram system closed on 5/9/1937. (6)£30
94JOINT RAILWAY STEAMER issued whole Edmondsons comprising 2nd single Ryde Esplanade to Portsmouth Town, and Excess Fare to First Class singles from Portsmouth to Ryde (Boat No.1), Ryde to Portsmouth (Boat No.2), Stokes Bay to Ryde (Boat No.3 /). (4)£35
95BR/BTC (N) PLATFORM TICKETS comprising British Railways Red Diamond: Keighley, Northallerton, Normanton, Saltburn, South Shields; BTC Red Diamond 1d – Brighouse, Gateshead East, Hull Paragon No.2 Machine, Leeds City, Monkwearmouth, Pontefract Baghill, Seaburn, Wakefield Kirkgate, Wakefield Westgate, Whitley Bay; BTC Red Diamond 2d: Bishop Auckland, Brighouse for Rastrick, Gateshead East, Hornsea Town, Jarrow S, Redcar Central B, Whitby Town, Whitley Bay B; BR (NE) AA: Leeds Central B, Newcastle Central B, Sunderland N; BTC (NE): Durham S. (27)£60
96NORTH EAST MUNICIPAL BUS CONCERNS: A selection of punch type BUS TICKETS comprising Darlington Corporation (23), Middlesbrough Corporation (14), Middlesbrough & Stockton Corps. (4), Newcastle Corporation (38), Newcastle Corp Trolleybus (5 – geographical), Newcastle Corp Trams, Blue Bus service (13), South Shields Corporation (14), Stockton Corporation (11), Sunderland Corp. (43 – including 14 geographicals), West Hartlepool Corporation (48). A total of 70 Ultimates from three of the concerns are also included. There is a little duplication, and a few tickets have not been used, but there could well be items to fill those gaps. (Qty)£210
97BR (W) SOUTH WALES: issued whole Edmondsons from Aberavon Seaside, Abergavenny Jn., Abergavenny Monmouth Rd., Brynamman West, Caerau, Cwmavon Glam, 2 x Cymmer Avon, Duffryn Rhondda Halt, 2 x Glyncorrwg (1u), Llanelly, Llangynwyd, Maesteg Castle Street, Nantyfyllon, Penpergwm, 2 x Pontypool Road, Swansea H. St., Troedyrhiw Garth. Halts in destinations. (20)£70
98LONDON TRANSPORT (BUSES) all different named-stage punch type BUS TICKETS from Route 101 in wartime and post-war periods. A selection of tickets is offered which have been loose mounted on card by the vendor. Condition is mostly good with unusual/rare issues noted. See note at Lot 18. (76)£60
99NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE RAILWAY issued whole Edmondsons from Burton-on-Trent NS Station Street (/), Congleton (/), Crewe (/), Etruria, Macclesfield Hibel Road, Oakamoor, 3 x Stoke-on-Trent (1 x 1st; 2 x 2nd), plus an undated excursion return from Leek. Three of the tickets are prints from the 19th century. (10)£130
100MIDLAND RAILWAY GOLD MEDALLION FREE PASS No.553 issued to Col. Sir H.M. Jessel Bart C.B, C.M.G. In excellent condition. Herbert Mereton Jessel lived from 1866 to 1950 and was the first Baron Jessel. He is referred to as a soldier and politician. See also Lots 200 and 300. (1)£250
101LM&SR LARBERT TO ALLOA / PERTH AND GLENEAGLES TO BALQUIDDER: issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Airth, Alloa, Balquidder, Blackford, Bridge of Allan, Crieff, Comrie (a), Doune, Dunblane, Dunning, Forgandenny (a), Forteviot, Gleneagles (a), Greenloaning, Highlandman, Larbert, Muthill, Plean, St. Fillans (u), Stirling, (20)£190
102DISTRICT RAILWAY 1st single from Temple to Piccadilly Circus, ‘Change at Charing Cross DR thence via District Ry Co’s Omnibus’, dated 15/6/1898. The ticket is in good condition, but has a small central crease. (1)£150
103BRISTOL TRAMWAYS & CARRIAGE COMPANY LTD. geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d blue (Wells Road Junction to Morley Statue), 2d white (Fishponds Causeway to Old Market), 2 x 3d pink (Hotwells to Brislington: stages Centre to Frampton Cotterel - foxed) and 4d green (Westbury & Hallen), together with a numeric stage 2½d grey. (6)£110
104N0N-TRANSPORT MISCELLANY: A collection of approx. 60 tickets issued for a variety of purposes, such as entrances to sports, theatre and scenic locations. The majority are Edmondsons, and some are over 100 years old. Includes Niagara Real Ice Skating Hall, Lawn Tennis Championship, Wimbledon, Victoria Jubilee Bridge Queens Ferry, Borough of Chelsea Public Baths, Gatwick October (Race?) Meeting, Oberammergau Passion Plays, International Horse Show of 1907. (Qty)£180
105SOUTHERN RAILWAY PLATFORM TICKETS comprising T1B Westenhanger, Warlingham; T1D Westenhanger DO; T2B Wandsworth Road HO, West Grinstead; T3 Waddon, Wadhurst, Wallington No.1, Wallington No.2, Walton-on-Thames, Wandsworth Common, Wandsworth Town, Wateringbury, Welling, Westcombe Park, West Croydon, West Croydon No.1, West Croydon No.2, West Dulwich, West Grinstead. Some of the tickets bear dates between 1947 and 1954. (20)£85
106NOTTINGHAM CORPORATION TRAMWAYS geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d green (Routes 1 - 2 - 5 & 9), 1d green (Routes 3 & 4), 1½d white (Routes 1, 5,8 & 9), together with 1d Child blue, 1½d white, 2 x different 2d orange, and 3d pink geographical stage issues from NOTTINGHAM CORPORATION TRAMWAYS MOTOR OMNIBUSES – 4 of the issues being by Punch & Ticket. Mainly in excellent condition. (8)£55
107PN / JOINT LINES: A collection of 100 issued whole Edmondsons comprising CLC (5), D&B (1), East London (1), GC&M (13), GC&NS (6), GN&L&NW (1), H&O (2), LNER (4), MSJ&A (22), Mersey (1), M&GN (27), OA&GB (4), SR (13), together with a quantity of severed halves and a few paper / card issues. (Qty)£160
108NEWCASTLE & GOSFORTH TRAMWAYS CO. geographical stage 1d light brown punch type TRAM TICKET. This was a mainly horse-drawn system, which opened in 1878 and closed on 13/4/1901. (1)£210
109SOMERSET & DORSET RAILWAY JOINT COMMITTEE: Issued Pre-Nationalisation whole Edmondsons from Blandford, Cole, Templecombe, Pylle, Evercreech New, Evercreech Junction Goods Yard (parking), together with BR issued whole Edmondsons from Bailey Gate, Chilcompton, Edington Burtle, Evercreech New, Evercreech Jn., 2 x Glastonbury and Street, Radstock North, 2 x Shepton Mallet Charlton Road (1 /), Sturminster Newton, Wincanton, and a blank card privilege single from Poole, made out to Highbridge. (19)£260
110METROPOLITAN RAILWAY issued 2nd singles from Aldgate Met. To Bishops Gate, Baker Street East to Finchley Road South Hampstead (renamed 1914) (/), Bishopsgate LO to New Cross, Kingsbury & Neasden (renamed 1/1/1910) to Willesden Green (renamed 1/6/1894), King’s Cross to Finchley Road South Hampstead and Moorgate Street to Baker Street, together with 3rd singles from Portland Road and Surrey Docks (all, except the last, are dated between 1896 and 1903). (8)£40
111LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY IN THE WEST MIDLANDS: Issued whole Edmondsons from Birmingham New Street, Dudley Port, Great Bridge (dog), Harborne (to Rotton Park Road – both closed 26/11/1934 – glue marks back), Hednesford (mail cart), Wolverhampton, together with LM&SR issues from Deepfields & Coseley, Dudley, Gailey (closed 18/6/1951), Pleck. (10)£120
112DYMCHURCH MINIATURE RAILWAY: A purple 6d roll ticket, which is in good condition, but has clearly been torn at one time and carefully repaired on the back. This was a 10¼” gauge line which only operated during the summer of 1939. Notes with the ticket refer to A Romney Album, page 31’ and ‘One Man’s Railway’. Unfortunately, we have neither of these publications, but no doubt interested bidders will make further enquiries. (1)N/S
113LONDON TRANSPORT (BUSES) all different named-stage punch type BUS TICKETS from Routes 66 and 103/250 in wartime and post-war periods. A selection of tickets is offered to show changes in stages and route patterns during the period covered. Condition is mostly good with some unusual / rare issues noted. See note at Lot 18. (117)£150
114WEST RIDING RAILWAY issued 3rd singles from Doncaster to Stanningley (Bd), Sandal to Beeston (by GN Train Bd), and Wakefield Westgate Stn to Barnsley (/). (3)£45
115A COLLECTION OF EDMONDSON PLATFORM TICKETS comprising 1 LNER, 2 GWR, 2 LM&SR, 1 British Railways, 13 BTC, 14 BRB, 2 CIE, 1 Preserved line, together with 25 BTC and 37 BRB AA tickets – the latter mainly earlier horizontally-printed issues. (98)£85
116THE ISLE OF THANET ELECTRIC TRAMWAYS & LIGHTING CO. LTD. A 1d white geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKET, together with 4½d blue and 6d white numeric stage issues by Bell Punch London with the same title, a 1d white geographical stage print headed THE ISLE OF THANET ELECTRIC TRAMWAYS CO. LTD, and 1½d white (with red print), 2½d orange, and a green Exchange Ticket from THE ISLE OF THANET ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. LTD. The latter are by Bell Punch Uxbridge with month-year imprints (as a result of the name change of 6/1924). The tramway opened in 1901 and closed on 27/3/1937. (7)£80
117GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY IN NORTH AND MID WALES: Issued whole Edmondsons from Afon Wen, Bala, Bala Jn., Bangor on Dee, Barmouth, Borth, Commins Coch Halt, Corwen, Devils Bridge, Festiniog, Fairbourne (trans /), Llansantffraid, Minffordd, Newtown, Penybontfawr, Portmadoc U, Pwllheli, Towyn, Tyddyn Bridge Halt, plus an undated Market Return from Blodwell Jn. (20)£180
118TOCIA MOTOR OMNIBUS CO. LTD. punch type BUS TICKETS comprising 2d green / white, 3d yellow, 9d grey, 1/- white, 1/6 pink – all by Williamson. The 3d and 1/- issues include ‘Abersoch Services’ in the text. (5)£470
119HUNDRED OF MANHOOD & SELSEY TRAMWAYS CO. LTD. 5d green thin card ticket in VGC. This concern operated from 1897 to 1935. (1)£50
120SOUTHWOLD RAILWAY issued 3rd Actual Fare single from Blythburgh to Halesworth (dated 28/01/1929 – less than 3 months before closure). In VGC with slight indent from tying. (1)£170
121GLASGOW & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY: A collection of 30 audit whole Edmondsons, of which 25 are different types, covering both rail only and rail / steamer journeys. Ten of the tickets come from Ayr; others are from Annan, Crookston, Dalbeattie, Dumfries, Glasgow St. Enoch, Hollybush, Kilmacolm, Kilwinning, Paisley Gilmour St., Paisley West, South Renfrew, Thornhill. (30)£100
122NEVER STOP RAILWAY: A 3” x 2” plastic coated Season Ticket available at the British Empire Exhibition, Wembley, during August, September and October 1925. In excellent condition. (1)£220
123PORTSDOWN & HORNDEAN LIGHT RAILWAY named stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 3d red and 6d yellow – the latter for the through journey between Cosham and Horndean. Both used and in good condition. The system opened in 1903 and closed on 9/1/1935. (2)£30
124LONDON BRIGHTON & SOUTH COAST RAILWAY AND FRENCH STATE RAILWAYS Registered Baggage LUGGAGE LABELS: Victoria 1384 to Paris (St Lazare) (Via Newhaven and Dieppe) in red white and blue; Victoria 222 to Dieppe “The Shortest and Cheapest Route” on white paper (slightly thinned in one place). Generally VGC. (2)£50
125BRITISH RAILWAYS (M) PLATFORM TICKETS comprising Transitional prints from Aylesbury ER, Carlisle No.1, London St. Pancras B; Red diamond issues from Atherton Central, Bedford Midland Rd., Bletchley, Brondesbury Park, Carlisle No.1, Dalston Junction, Leighton Buzzard, Liverpool Cen (blue), Liverpool Central No.1, Liverpool Lime St. No.4, London St. Pancras B, Manchester Central. Market Harboro’ A, Northampton Castle, North Wembley, Nottingham Midland, Nottingham Victoria, Primrose Hill, St. Pancras A, St. Pancras B, Salford, Watford West, Willesden Jn. No.1. (26)£130
126COLCHESTER CORPORATION TRAMWAYS 1½d orange geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKET from this small system, which opened in 1904 and closed on 8/12/1929. (1)£110
127LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY: 50 mainly issued whole Edmondsons from stations in and around London. (50)£210
128LT COACHES all different named-stage punch type BUS TICKETS with code CS2 (Routes 718 and 720) from the period between 1946 and March 1952. A selection of tickets is offered which have been loose mounted on card with historical notes by the vendor showing changes in stage names during the period covered. Condition is mostly good with some unusual / rare issues noted. See note at Lot 18. (119)£80
129LONDON, TILBURY & SOUTHEND RAILWAY issued 1st and 3rd singles from Barking (dated 188x – a little Bd), East Ham (‘00’ – 1906), Fenchurch Street, 2 x Plaistow, Upton Park, Southend No.1, Stanford-le-Hope, Tilbury Dock (/), Westcliff No.2, Woodgrange Park (/ Bd), 2 issues for the Gravesend Ferry (1 complete return /; 1 Dog single), and a Midland Railway 3rd R/f single from Upton Park. (14)£40
130CORNWALL RAILWAY undated Parly 3rd single from Grampound Road to Camborne by Ordinary Train. In excellent condition. The CR was leased to the GWR in 1876 and absorbed in 1889. (1)£410
131BR (M / N) DARLINGTON TO MIDDLETON-IN-TEESDALE / TEBAY / PENRITH: Issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Appleby East, 2 x Barnard Castle, Barras, Broomielaw, Cliburn (u), Clifton Moor, Cotherstone, Gainford, Gaisgill (u), Kirkby Stephen East, Lartington, Mickleton, Middleton-in-Teesdale, Penrith, Piercebridge, Ravenstonedale (a), Romaldkirk (a), Warcop, Winston. (20)£70
132LIVERPOOL OVERHEAD RAILWAY: A selection of early and less common types, including journeys by rail, ferry and tram, admission, MD&HB employees, weekly return, excess luggage. Several have Kydd’s jams / Sirdar sauce adverts. All of the tickets have ‘specimen’ written on the back in red ink, although one bears a date of 20/4/1908. (20)£130
133LEEDS CITY TRAMWAYS geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d white, 5 x 1½d white, 4 x 2d green, 3d brown and white Workman’s Exchange ticket, together with a 1½d off white LEEDS CITY TRANSPORT print with ‘car’ in conditions, similar 2½d pink and 5d brown prints with ‘bus’ in conditions, and 10 numeric stage issues from the same operator. All different. Condition varies, but generally good. (25)£50
134ISLE OF WIGHT INTEREST: A fine collection of LUGGAGE LABELS for traffic to the Isle of Wight comprising 4 x LB&SCR, 2 x SR and 44 x L&SWR, the latter including scarce examples on mauve paper to destinations such as Alum Bay, Ashey, Blackwater, Calbourne, Carisbrooke, Haven Street, Merston [sic], Shide, Ventnor St. Lawrence, Whippingham, Whitwell and Wootton. (50)£130
135GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY RAIL MOTOR AND THIN CARD TICKETS: 46 examples from the West Country, most of which have been issued. (46)£190
136LONDON GENERAL OMNIBUS CO. LTD punch type geographical stage BUS TICKETS from Services 3, 11, 14, 17, 27, 29, 30, 33, 63, 2 x 68, and 106, together with similar LGOC LTD. & ASSOCIATED COS. Issues from Services 2, 12, 14, 68&169, 77A, and 177: numeric stage prints from Services 6 and 8?: and 2d, 3d and Exchange tickets from LONDON GENERAL COUNTY SERVICES LTD. – the first two numeric, the last geographical. Condition varies, but generally good / VGC. Worth a closer look. (23)£100
137BR (W) CENTRAL WALES LINE: Issued whole Edmondsons from Bucknell, Builth Road HL, Cynghordy, Dolau (u), Drysllwyn, Ffairfach, Garth, Gorseinon, Gowerton South, Hopton Heath, Knighton, Llanbister Road, 2 x Llandilo, Llandilo Bridge, Llandrindod, Llandrindod Wells, Llangadock, Llangadog, Llangunllo, Mumbles Road, Pantyffynnon, Penybont, Swansea Bay, Swansea Vic. (25)£180
138A SMALL RING BINDER containing a collection of paper COACH TICKETS from a variety of operators in London and Essex, including Horseshoe, Orange Luxury, Universal, White Line. Mostly 1950s issues, but a 1920s charabanc ticket from United Service Transport Co. Ltd of Clapham is also included. (19)£110
139SOUTHERN RAILWAY: 100 mainly issued whole Edmondsons from most parts of the system, dated from the 1930s onwards. (100)£190
140RHONDDA & SWANSEA BAY RAILWAY issued 2nd single from Port Talbot Aberavon Station to Cwmavon (renamed 1/1/1902 - date illegible). In VGC apart from a slight stain on the back. (1)£85
141LNER GLASGOW TO HELENSBURGH AND BRANCHES: Issued whole Edmondsons from Anniesland, Anniesland for Knightswood, Bearsden, Bowling, Cardross, Charing Cross, Clydebank East, Clydebank Cen. No.1, Clydebank Cent. No.2, Craigendoran, Dalmuir, Drumchapel, Glasgow Charing Cross, Glasgow Queen Street, Helensburgh, Hillfoot, Hyndland, Jordanhill, Kilpatrick, Maryhill, Milngavie, Partick, Partick No.1, Partick No.2, Scotstounhill, Singer, Westerton, Whiteinch VP (last day issue – 31/3/1951), Yoker, plus a D&B JOINT LINE trans. single from Dumbarton. (30)£110
142BR (N) RAIL MOTOR TICKETS: Approx. 60 tickets from the Alston to Haltwhistle and Hexham to Riccarton Junction lines, almost all overstamped ‘specimen’. Minor duplication. (60)£85
143METROPOLITAN ELECTRIC TRAMWAYS LTD: Early geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising, 4 x 1d blue, 2d white, together with 1d white, 5d brown and 2 x Exchange later geographical stage issues, and 4x 1d white, 4d yellow and 6d pink numeric stage tickets. (15)£100
144WEST MIDLANDS TOLL TICKETS from Fairfield Gate, Oldswinford Gate and Quinton Gate. Rare survivors from a bygone era, all bearing dates in 1859 and in VGC. (3)£110
145SOUTHERN RAILWAY PLATFORM TICKETS comprising T1B Barming, T2A Bekesbourne, T2B Basingstoke No.1, T3 Bagshot, Balham & Upper Tooting, Banstead, Barnehurst, Barnes No.2, Barnes Bridge, Basingstoke No.1, Battersea Park, Battle, Bearsted, Beckenham Junction, Bellingham, Belmont, Belvedere, Berrylands No.1, Berrylands No.2, Betchworth. Some of the tickets bear dates between 1947 and 1955. (20)£130
146HASTINGS TRAMWAYS COMPANY punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d red (part faded /), 2d mauve, 2½d grey, 3d white, 4d cream, 5d green, 5d blue, 6d brown, 8d brown, 9d dark blue. A couple of the tickets are grubby, but otherwise the condition is good. The tramway closed on 15/5/1929. (10)£120
147METROPOLITAN & GREAT CENTRAL JOINT COMMITTEE: 30 issued and 10 audit pre-nationalisation whole Edmondsons. The issuing stations are Amersham, Aylesbury, Brill (a), Chalfont & Latimer, Chesham, Chorley Wood, Great Missenden, Harrow-on-the-Hill, North Harrow, Northwood, Northwood Hills, Pinner, Quainton Rd (a), Rickmansworth, Wendover, Wotton (a). (40)£250
148BIDEFORD & WESTARD HO! ROYAL MOTOR SERVICE (R. Dymond & Sons, Proprietors) small strip BUS TICKET for a 3d single fare from (or to) Northam. (1)£75
149GN & L&NW JOINT RAILWAYS: 8 issued and 10 audit Pre-nationalisation whole Edmondsons. The origin stations are East Norton, Great Dalby, John O’Gaunt (a), Long Clawson & Hose, Melton Mowbray, Melton Mowbray Joint. (18)£45
150MORESBY COAL COMPANY LTD issued 3rd ‘Workman’s Weekly Single Journey Ticket’ from Arlecdon to Oatlands, dated 2/3/1908. The ticket is in VGC, but has 7 clips along the bottom edge as a result of the daily journeys. Oatlands Colliery was abandoned in 1934. (1)£460
151BR (H) GLASGOW TO RENFREW, GREENOCK AND WEMYSS BAY (CALLEY & G&SW LINES): A collection of 43 whole Edmondsons, all but 4 of which have been issued. Includes closed stations such as Ballahouston (u), Bridge of Weir, Greenock Lyndeoch, Greenock Princes Pier, Ibrox Football Platform (/), Kilmacolm, Paisley Abercorn (a), Renfrew, Renfrew South, Renfrew Fulbar St. (u), Renfrew Wharf (u). There are also tickets from IBM Halt and Greenock IBN Halt. (42)£65
152EAST LONDON RAILWAY JOINT COMMITTEE: A selection of 20 issued whole Edmondsons comprising 2 x Rotherhithe, 4 x Shadwell, Shadwell EL, Shoreditch, 7 x Surrey Docks, 3 x Wapping, 2 x Whitechapel. (20)£140
153GREAT EASTERN LONDON MOTOR OMNIBUS CO. LTD. 1d white ‘fareboard’ named-stage punch type BUS TICKET form Service 37. Used and in VGC. (1)£35
154MOTOR BOATS AND PLEASURE BOATS: A selection of 40 mainly punch type and roll tickets issued by around 25 different BOATING concerns. (40)£160
155BR (M) FORMER L&NW LINES AROUND RUGELEY, WALSALL AND WOLVERHAMPTON: Mainly issued whole Edmondsons from Albion (a), Bescot, Bescot Junction, Bloxwich, Brindley Heath, Brownhills (a), Brown Hills (u), Cannock, Darlaston, Ettingshall & Bilston, Four Ashes, Great Barr, Great Bridge, Great Bridge North, Hammerwich, Hamstead, Hednesford, Pelsall (a), Rugeley Town, Rugeley Trent Valley, Walsall, Wednesbury (a), Wednesbury Town (u), Willenhall Bilston Street, Wyrley & Cheslyn Hay. (25)£75
156NORTH OF ENGLAND TRAMWAY SELECTION: Geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS from Hull City, Liverpool Corp., Mexborough & Swinton, Newcastle Corp., Sheffield Corp T&M, Tyneside T&T and Newcastle Corp,, together with an early Gateshead Tramways ‘Teams Section 1st Stage’, and numeric stage prints from Birkenhead Corp., Bradford Corp., Bury Corp., Gateshead Tramways, and Yorkshire WR Electric. In good / VGC. Three of the tickets are unclipped. (12)£30
157SOUTHERN RAILWAY IN THE WEST COUNTRY: Mainly issued whole Edmondsons from 2 x Budleigh Salterton, Crewkerne (u), Dunmere Halt No.1 (u), 2 x Exmouth, Luckett (Rail Motor), 2 x Lyme Regis, Lympstone, Mount Pleasant Rd Halt / Lions Holt Halt (Rail Motor u), Okehampton, Padstow, Plymouth Friary (Bd), Portsmouth Arms (u), St. Budeaux (a), Sidmouth, 2 x Tavistock (a), Wadebridge. (20)£230
158LONDON PASSENGER TRANSPORT BOARD: A selection of 31 named stage punch type BUS TICKETS, together with 9 tickets headed LONDON TRANSPORT (BUSES). Various values between 1d and 8d. Services covered are 3 x 16, 17&18C, 18C, 2 x 26, 28, 79, 7 x 83, 3 x 83A, 2 x 92, 98, 114, 4 x 140, 158, 7 x 183, 221, 2 x 230, 2 x 251. (40)£22
159DUBLIN, WICKLOW & WEXFORD RAILWAY: A fine 3rd single from Glenageary to Kingstown with a large ‘K’ in the top left corner (dated 4/7/1895), together with 2nd singles from Harcourt Street and Killiney & Ballybrack (Bd) and a couple of returns, one of which is stamped cancelled on the back, while the other has been heavily repaired. All are properly dated. (5)£45
160ISLE OF WIGHT CENTRAL RAILWAY issued 3rd single from Cowes to Ryde St. John’s Road (dated 28/4/1918?). Has a slight central vertical crease. (1)£35
161GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY: A collection of 170 whole Edmondsons, of which half are issued. Includes closed stations. There is a small duplication of some issuing points, but not of individual prints. (170)£320
162LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY mainly issued whole Edmondsons from Bacup (a) (to Britannia – cl. 2/4/1917), Blackburn L&Y, Black Lane (renamed 1/7/1933), Blundellsands & Crosby Up, Bolton L&Y Up (to Waterfoot for N – renamed by 1922), 2 x Bradford L&Y, Leeds Central, 2 x Liverpool Exchange (1a), Manchester Vic, Middleton L&Y, Nelson, Oldham L&Y (a), Preston SO, Preston Road (a), Seaforth & Litherland (a), Tanshelf Down (a), 2 x Wakefield Kirkgate. (20)£110
163CITY OF BIRMINGHAM TRAMWAYS COMPANY geographical stage 1d off white punch type TRAM TICKET for the City to Cotteridge route. The lease on this route expired on 30/6/1911 and passed to Birmingham Corporation. (1)£30
164LONDON BRIGHTON & SOUTH COAST RAILWAY. A GOODS LABEL very similar to a luggage label measuring 94mm x 53mm, but with the ref (256A) and printed by [W&S Ltd]. It is printed with the origin station Willow Walk, but the destination is blank. It is stuck on to the back of a page which appears to be from the Passenger Parcels and Goods Station Instructions book dated 1913. Willow Walk was a Goods Depot adjacent to Bricklayers Arms in South East London. In VGC apart from being stuck down. (1)N/S
165BR (M) FORMER CLC LINES: A selection 56 tickets, each from a different station, or with the name in a different format, of which 46 are issued. 20 closed stations are represented. Too many to list, but issued tickets include Baguley, Cheadle Cheshire, Clubmoor, Northenden, Tanhouse Lane. (56)£80
166LIVERPOOL STEAM TUG CO. LTD undated Edmondson STEAMER TICKET for a journey on the Manchester Ship Canal. In good condition, but with a little mounting paper on the back. (1)£28
167LNER WEST YORKSHIRE: Issued whole Edmondsons from Ardlsey, Clayton, Great Horton, Halifax Old St’n, Holbeck HL, Horton Park, 2 x Howden Clough for Birstal (1 trans), Keighley, Laister Dyke, 2 x Leeds Central (1 trans), Queensbury, Stanley (trans), Stanningley, plus Tingley (u). (16)£70
168LPTB GREEN LINE COACHES all different named-stage punch type BUS TICKETS for pre-war services to Epping and Bishops Stortford, together with one pre-war and one wartime ticket to Grays. The tickets have been loose mounted on card with historical notes by the vendor. Condition is mostly good with some unusual / rare issues noted. See note at Lot 18. (24)£290
169DISTRICT RAILWAY: Specimen 1st, 2nd and 3rd returns from Earls Court, Cannon Street, St. Mary Whitechapel, and Mark Lane to Crystal Palace by four different routes, all using different colour schemes. Unfortunately all but one of the tickets has excess paper on the back from previous mounting, which can probably be removed with care, though three also have Bd. (12)£110
170SHROPSHIRE & MONTGOMERYSHIRE RAILWAY A collection of 3 issued and 10 audit whole Edmondsons, together with 8 severed halves. There are 7 different issuing points in the whole tickets and 5 in the halves. The S&M closed on 6/11/1933. (10wh 8hlf)£450
171BR (H) PERTH TO ABERDEEN: issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Aberdeen, Alyth Junc., Ardler (a), Auldbar Road (a), Brechin (a), Bridge of Dun, Carmont, Clocksbriggs (u), Coupar Angus, Cove Bay (a), Dubton Junc., Eassie, Fordoun (a), Forfar, Glamis (a), Guthrie (a), Laurencekirk, Marykirk (a), Montrose (to Dubton Junc.), Newtonhill, Perth, Portlethen, Stanley Perth (a), Stonehaven. (24)£210
172NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY issued Steerage Single from Burntisland to Granton ‘via Ferry’ (dated 19/3/1908), together with a Dog ticket for a journey in the opposite direction (dated 4/5/1912). The passenger paid 5d for himself and 4d for the accompanying dog! (2)£65
173NEW LONDON & SUBURBAN OMNIBUS CO. LTD. 2d blue geographical stage punch type BUS TICKET. Covers Surbiton Station to Molesey. In VGC. (1)£110
174LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY: 17 LUGGAGE LABELS of Types L92/2 and L93/2 from Ifracombe to the following destinations: Bridgewater, Clifton Down, Dawlish, Dulverton, Eastbourne, Ilminster, Leicester, Manchester London Road, Neath, Penzance, Shrewsbury, South Molton, Stratford-on-Avon, Teignmouth, Totnes, Truro and Worthing. (17)£95
175ASHOVER LIGHT RAILWAY. A selection of unused Bell Punch tickets consisting of 1d (B1 series), 6d (B7), 8d (B9) and 10d (B11) Singles, 6d (At), 7d (AX2), 8d (BX3) and 10d (BX5) Cheap Day Returns. 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 6d CDR with the At reference was printed c.1928. All of the tickets have a little back damage from previous mounting, while the 7d CDR has rounded corners. (8)£45
176METROPOLITAN & SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAYS 3” x 1¾” paper OMNIBUS TICKET available ‘To or from Bishopsgate and Cannon Street Stations’ at a fare of 1d. (1)£210
177LM&SR ST. PANCRAS TO WELLINGBOROUGH AND BRANCHES: Issued whole Edmondsons from Ampthill, Bedford Midland Road, Cardington, Cricklewood, Crouch Hill, 2 x Hendon, Higham Ferrers, Hitchin, Kentish Town, King’s Cross HL, Leagrave, London St. Pancras, Luton, 2 x Mill Hill, Piddington, 2 x Radlett (1 insert advert), St. Albans City, Sharnbrook, Shefford, South Tottenham & Stamford Hill, Turvey, Walthamstow. 13 of the tickets are transitional prints. (25)£110
178A SMALL END OF COLLECTION MISCELLANY: Includes TRAM AND BUS TICKETS from the Cheltenham & District Light Railway, Leicester Corporation Trams, Newcastle Corporation Tramways, 3 books of Leicester City Transport ½d child coupons and a few issues from London. A number of French RAIL AND TRAM tickets are also included, though the condition of some is poor. (Qty)£35
179METROPOLITAN RAILWAY NORTH OF BAKER STREET: Issued 1st, 2nd and 3rd singles from Amersham (r/n 12/3/1922), Chalfont Road (r/n 1/11/1915 Bd), 2 x Chesham, Finchley Road South Hampstead (r/n 1914), Harrow-on-the-Hill, Kingsbury & Neasden (r/n 1/1/1910), Rickmansworth, St. John’s Wood Road (r/n 1/4/1925), Wembley Park, plus 12 severed halves. ((10wh 12hlf)£180
180POTTERIES, SHREWSBURY & NORTH WALES RAILWAY: An unissued Parly single from Red Hill to Briedden (Bd), together with an unissued 1st return from Maesbrook to Llanymynech. Briedden was to have been the name of the terminus of the branch from Kinnerley Jn, but was renamed Criggion prior to its opening on 2/6/1871 – obviously after some tickets had been printed. The PS&NW closed on 22/6/1880, but re-opened in 1911/12 as the Shropshire & Montgomeryshire Railway. (2)£55
181GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd singles from Bethnal Green Jun. (/), 2 x Manor Park, Leyton, Liverpool Street ES, 2 x Liverpool Street WS, Snaresbrook, Stratford, Stratford SBO. Most have glue marks and a couple a little Bd from previous mounting. (10)£30
182CUMBRIA PRE-GROUPING SELECTION: Issued whole Edmondsons comprising CLEATOR & WORKINGTON JUNCTION RAILWAY High Harrington (closed 13/4/1931) to Moor Row; CK&PR Bassenthwaite Lake, Keswick (/); L&NW & FURNESS JOINT Egremont to Moor Row; MARYPORT & CARLISLE RAILWAY Carlisle, Aspatria; FURNESS RAILWAY Barrow, Carnforth, Dalton, Whitehaven. (10)£75
183THE LONDON TRAMWAYS COMPANY LTD: An early Whiting 1d white TRAM TICKET with various named stages, together with later 1d light brown and 2d orange issues. This concern opened in 1870 and was taken over by London County Council on 1/1/1899 (3)£75
184CALEDONIAN RAILWAY 2¾” x 1¾” ORANGE LUGGAGE LABELTo be fixed with an ordinary Destination label on Luggage of Passengers using Sleeping Saloons from Caledonian Stations’, with a large letter ‘S’ at each end. (1)£40
185FORMER GREAT EASTERN LINES PLATFORM TICKET SELECTION comprising LNER T2 Palace Gates Wood Green A (damaged); LNER T3B Manningtree A, LNER T3C Cambridge B (soiled), Colchester UO A, Liverpool St. F, March A (/), Wisbech East A; BRITISH RAILWAYS 1d (Trans) Colchester UO A, Ipswich A, Ipswich C, Liverpool Street A, Lowestoft Central (A), March, Norwich Thorpe A, Norwich Thorpe B, Yarmouth Vauxhall; BR 1d (red diamond) Woodbridge. (17)£70
186ABERDEEN CORPORATION TRAMWAYS named stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising ½d brown, 1d brown, 1d grey, 1d, grey / red, 1d white – all by GNP and in good / VGC. The Corporation commenced tram operation in 1898. The system was shut down on 3/5/1958, although closures started as early as 1931. (5)£35
187LONDON TRANSPORT: 70 Edmondson PARKING TICKETS issued between the mid-1950s and 1970. A variety of types and stations. (70)£70
188WEST COUNTRY BUS COMPANIES: Used numeric stage punch type BUS TICKETS comprising CORNWALL MOTOR OMNIBUS CO. LTD – 1d white; COLWILLS MOTOR SERVICES – 3/- blue / pink (Bd); HARDY-COLWILLS MOTOR SERVICES – 8d white / pink; 10d green (slight foxing); ZENITH BUS SERVICE – 7d yellow; WESTERN NATIONAL OMNIBUS CO. LTD – 5d green. (6)£130
189METROPOLITAN RAILWAY: A collection of 60 issued Edmondson singles, consisting of 35 dated between 1890 and 1907 and 25 later prints. All are different (although a few vary only in printing style). Mainly from Central London, but include a variety of issuing points. (60)£140
190EASINGWOLD RAILWAY: A rare NER-print 3rd single from Easingwold to Tollerton, unfortunately with some Bd (issued in 1892), together with 1st single, 1st return and 2nd child Pleasure Party Return ticket from Easingwold to Alne, all of which are NER prints. The first is dated 28/8/1947, the others are unused. A leatherette folding Contract Ticket issued to a Herbert Thorpe for use between Easingwold and Alne in 1917 is also included. (5)£120
191BR (H) PAISLEY TO AYR AND BRANCHES: Issued whole Edmondsons from Ardrossan, Ardrossan South Beach, Ardrossan Town, Ardrossan Winton Pier, Ayr, Barassie, Bogside Race Course, Crosshouse, Dalry, Drybridge, Elderslie, Fairlie, Fairlie High, Fairlie Pier, Glengarnock, Howwood, Irvine, Johnstone, Johnstone High, Johnstone North, Kilbarchan, Kilbirnie, Kilwinning (to Ardeer Platform), Largs, Lochside, Lochwinnoch, Milliken Park, Newton-on-Ayr, Prestwick, Saltcoats, Saltcoats Cen, Stevenston (to Ardeer Platform), Troon, West Kilbride. (34)£75
192LNER EAST ANGLIA: Issued whole Edmondsons from Aldeburgh, Cockfield Suffolk, Felixstowe Beach, Felixstowe Town (trans), Harwich Parkeston Quay, Haughley, Hunstanton, Lowestoft Central, Mardock, Mistley, Pampisford, St. Botolphs (trans), St. Ives (/), Somersham, Spooner Row, Somerleyton, Thetford, Thorpness Halt, Trimley, Walton on the Naze (trans), White Colne, Wells-on-Sea. (22)£190
193LGOC & ASSOCIATED COS. (9), LPTB BUSES (37) and LT BUSES (8) all different fareboard geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from Services 66, 92, 66 & 103, 103 & 175, 103, 103 & 250, 308, 175 & 308, 175 & 175A. 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. (54)£110
194SOMERSET & DORSET JOINT RAILWAY Pre-Grouping Parly 3rd single from Wells to Burnham-on-Sea, dated 9/7/1920, in VGC. Both stations closed on 29/10/1951. Burnham-on-Sea is recorded as the name used from 12/7/1920, but this obviously appeared on tickets prior to the official change. (1)£160
195GNR issued 3rd singles from Aldersgate St., Cambridge, Castleford (faded), Enfield (1st station – replaced 4/4/1910), Finchley Church End, Grantham, Great Grimsby (faded), Harringay, Holme, Hornsey, Leeds (to Woodkirk), Moorgate St., Palmer’s Green & Southgate, Sleaford, Stamford. (15)£30
196MIDLAND RAILWAY issued Edmondson card OMNIBUS TICKET for a 6d journey between Kettering Station and Rothwell, in VGC. This service operated from 1/7/1909 to 26/2/1921. (1)£40
197GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY RAIL/WATER TICKETS: Approx. 100 mainly audit whole Edmondsons involving rail and various types of journey by water transport. Includes some interesting types – e.g. Ocean Passenger, Marine, Trans-Britain, Ocean Cruise – and closed stations. (Qty)£220
198THE CORK ELECTRIC TRAMS AND LIGHTING COMPANY LTD. 3d mauve geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKET in excellent condition. The Cork system opened in 1898 and closed 30/9/1931. (1)£30
199BR (W) JOINT LINES FROM SHREWSBURY: Issued whole Edmondsons comprising Admaston, All Stretton Halt, Berrington & Eye, Breidden, Bromfield, Church Stretton, Easton Court for Little Hereford, Hanwood, Hereford, Little Stretton Halt, Leominster, Ludlow (Parking u), Marsh Brook, Onibury (fading), Plas-y-Court Halt, 2 x Tenbury Wells (one a misprint), Shrewsbury. (18)£140
200MIDLAND RAILWAY SILVER MEDALLION FREE PASS No.742 issued to Captain H.M. Jessel. In VGC. Herbert Mereton Jessel lived from 1866 to 1950 and became the first Baron Jessel. He is referred to as a soldier and politician. See also Lots 100 and 300. This pass was obviously issued prior to that in Lot 100, by which time he had been promoted to a Colonel, been knighted and become a baron. (1)£360
201LONDON INDEPENDENT (PIRATE) OPERATORS. A selection of 1 geographical and 9 numeric stage punch type BUS TICKETS from such diverse companies as Alberta Omnibus, A.T. Bennett & Co. Ltd., Birch Bros. Ltd., Cambrian Landray Coaching Ltd., Certainty, City Motor Omnibus Co. Ltd., Gray’s Ltd., The Havelock, New Times Omnibus Co. Ltd., Passenger Transport Ltd. (10)£35
202METROPOLITAN & DISTRICT RAILWAYS 3rd Parly Single from Mark Lane to Eastcheap, numbered ‘000’ and dated 6/10/1884 – the date on which both stations opened. Eastcheap was renamed The Monument on 1/11/1884. In good condition, but with small vertical (/) and a little staining on the back. (1)£260
203CROYDON CORPORATION TRAMWAYS geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 4 x 1d (different routes / colours), 2d blue, 4d green (corner damage), together with a 1d white CROYDON CORPORATION & LCC TRAMWAYS. (7)£30
204GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY. A coloured ADVERTISING STAMP: “For the Quickest Trains to the Moors of Yorkshire and the Highlands of Scotland Travel by G.N.R.” It is attached to a GN&GE Joint Committee postally used Goods Advice Note dated 1914. A real “gem” in VGC apart from being stuck down. (1)N/S
205SOUTHERN RAILWAY PLATFORM TICKETS, EASTBOURNE TO OXTED comprising T1 Hailsham, Hever, Waldron & Horeham, Withyham; T2B Eastbourne, Mayfield, Rotherfield & Mark Cross; T3 Cowden, Eastbourne No.3, 2 x Edenbridge Town, Eridge, Hampden P’k, Heathfield, Oxted, Polegate. Some of the tickets bear dates between 1947 and 1954. (16)£160
206LEEDS CITY TRAMS punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS comprising ½d Child’s or Workman’s olive, 4 x 1d blue, 1½d white, 2½d green, and 4d brown – all different and in VGC. The system closed on 7/11/1959, although this had been a gradual process for over 30 years! (8)£50
207SOUTH EASTERN & CHATHAM RAILWAY issued 3rd single from New Brompton (renamed 1/10/1912) to Higham (dated 1/8/1906). Slight (/) and mounting marks. (1)£80
208THE NATIONAL OMNIBUS & TRANSPORT CO. LTD. An 8d mauve ‘fareboard’ named-stage punch type BUS TICKET for Services 1, 6, 15, 24, 309(?) in the Watford area. The ticket is slightly faded and a little worn, but otherwise in reasonable condition. (1)£85
209BR (E /N). 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)£85
210FORMER MR HARPENDEN TO HEMEL HEMPSTEAD BRANCH: Issued Midland Railway 3rd singles Hemel Hempstead to Harpenden, Redbourn to Harpenden, together with a MR 4d orange Edmondson Rail Motor ticket for 3 named journeys (/), LM&SR 3rd singles Luton to Hemel Hempstead, Harpenden to Beaumont’s Halt (trans), LM&SR unclassified singles Heath Park Halt to Hemel Hempstead, Roundwood Halt to Harpenden, LM&SR Omnibus Services Weekly Ticket Redbourn to Harpenden by LM&SR Omnibus (dated 29/12/1934; overwritten ‘Specimen’) and an unissued ‘LMS Railway and London Transport’ Weekly Ticket for the same journey by LT Bus – both also valid by rail. (9)£120
211CÓRAS IOMPAIR EIREANN: 150 issued and audit whole Edmondsons Includes closed stations and a variety of different types. (150)£130
212GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY whole Edmondsons available for single journeys from and to Liverpool Street prior to pre-printed dates in 1882, 1883, 1884 and 1887. A colourful selection. However, a couple have small creases and all have Bd as a result of previous mounting. (5)£160
213LGOC & ASSOCIATED COS. ‘fareboard’ punch type BUS TICKETS from the Romford area, comp-rising 2 x 1d white, 2d blue and 3d pink (/) from Services G1 & G5 and a 1d white from Service G2. (5)£95
214LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY Type L91 LUGGAGE LABELS on pink paper for Alton, Ash, Battersea, Bentley, Brentford, Medstead, and on yellow paper for Bournemouth, Bournemouth West, Christchurch, Hamworthy, Millbrook, Totton. (12)£40
215GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY PLATFORM TICKETS FROM WALES comprising T1 Aberystwyth, Bala, Cardiff Clarence Road, Chepstow, Machynlleth: T2 Barmouth, Cogan, Corwen, Dinas Powis, Lavernock, Llanbradach, Maerdy; T3 Abertillery, Cadoxton, Carmarthen BO, Llandaff for Whitchurch D, Pontypool Clarence Street, Ruabon. Some of the tickets bear dates in the early 1950s. (18)£120
216LLANDUDNO AND COLWYN BAY ELECTRIC RAILWAY LTD. named stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 2d white, 3d blue, 5d green, 6d pink, 7d mauve, 7d pink / white, 8d green / white, together with 2 x 2d brown, 4d yellow, and 6d mauve numeric stage issues. The former all include Old Colwyn, which ceased to be the terminus of the line in 1930. Mainly in excellent condition. (11)£65
217BR (W) CENTRAL AND WEST WALES: Issued whole Edmondsons mainly from closed stations comprising Aberystwyth, Bala, Barmouth, Blaenau Festiniog, Blaenau Ffestiniog Central, Bow Street, Bryn Teify, 2 x Builth Road HL, Carmarthen, Cemmes Road, Conwil, Corwen, Cynwyd, Devil’s Bridge, Forden, Four Crosses, Glan Llyn, Glogue, Gobowen, Llandrindod Wells, Llanfalteg, Llansantffraid, Llanuwychllyn, Llanybyther, Llanymynech, Llynclys, Maesycrugiau, Oswestry, Pencader, Penhelig Halt, Pont Llanio, Strata Florida, Talyllyn, Towyn, Tregaron, Welshpool. Many closed stations and halts in destinations. (37)£170
218LIVERPOOL CORPORATION TRAMWAYS geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 5 x 1d off white, 5 x 2d green (including one overprinted ‘Child Ticket’ 1d), and 3d green, together with 1d pink, 1d mauve and 3d green numeric stage prints, 7 LIVERPOOL CORPORATION PASSENGER DEPARTMENT numeric stage issues and 6 commemorative tickets for the Last Tram Week in 1957. (27)£45
219GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY, WEST MIDLANDS: A colourful selection of issued singles, all dated in the 1880s, comprising 5 x Birmingham SH, 3 x Leamington (1 /), 3 x Solihull, Stratford on Avon, 2 x Warwick. Generally good / VGC. (14)£140
220GREAT NORTHERN & GREAT EASTERN JOINT RAILWAY 3rd Singles Godmanchester to St, Ives and Huntingdon to Histon, the latter with red vertical stripes and available by Midland Train (Bd) (2)£40
221RARE AND UNUSUAL TICKET TYPES: A collection of 50 Pre-Nationalisation, 54 BR and 12 minor railway / Irish Edmondsons depicting some of the categories of traveller / promotions that were once a feature of the railway system. Around 80% of the tickets are audit, but those for Household Removal, Ministry of Labour, London Orphan School Scholar, Juvenile Camping Party, Social & Athletic Association, and Continental, are not types that were issued on a regular basis – and retained. (116)£200
222GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY: Issued and audit Pre-nationalisation Workman whole Edmondson tickets from stations in South Wales, comprising Aberdylais (u), Blaengarw (u), Briton Ferry, Cardiff General U (a), Cwmcymmer, Llantrisant, Neath Riverside, Pant Glam, (u), Penarth Town (a), Penrhiwceiber LL (a), Ponthenry (u), Pontycymmer (u), Pontyates (a), Port Talbot General, Taff Merthyr Colliery Halt. Destinations include Bedlinog, Cwmmawr, Dillwyn & Brynteg Platform, Groesfaen Colliery Platform, Llangeinor, Resolven and Tremains Platform. (15)£75
223LGOC / LGOC & ASSOCIATED COS. geographical stage punch type BUS TICKETS comprising 8 x 1d (Services 6, 8, 13, 19, 27, 36, 52, 52 – different adverts), 3 x 1½d (Services 3, 12, 17), 2 x 2d (Services 29, 49), 3d (Service 53), 4d (Service 19), 2 x 5d (Services 11, 19), plus 2 x 1d – different prints – and 4d numeric stage issues. All in VGC. (20)£30
224DUTCH INDIES: A colourful pictorial triangular LUGGAGE LABEL in VGC. (1)£25
225BR WESTERN REGION PLATFORM TICKETS comprising GWR-style Railway Executive (W) Swansea High Street, together with British Railways (W) red diamond issues from Barmouth, Barnstaple Victoria Road, Bideford, Carmarthen, Cookham, Kingswear BO, Marylebone 1, Marylebone 2, Merthyr (Bd), Neath General, Oswestry, Paddington 1, Paddington 3, Paddington 7, Pontypool Clarence St., Royal Oak, Stratford Upon Avon, Sudbury Harrow Road, Swansea H. St. B. (20)£220
226SOUTH YORKSHIRE MUNICIPAL BUS CONCERNS: A selection of punch type BUS TICKETS comprising Sheffield Corporation Tramways & Motors (20), Sheffield Transport Department (121), Sheffield Transport Dept. & Sheffield Jnt. Omnibus Committee (87), Sheffield Transport Dept. and LMS & LNE Railways Joint Omnibus Comm. (22), Sheffield Joint Omnibus Committee Sheffield Corp – British Railways (69), Sheffield – Rotherham – Doncaster Corp. Joint Service (3), Rotherham Corporation Transport Dept. (48), Doncaster Corp. Transport (27), together with 44 Ultimates from the Sheffield system and 29 from Doncaster. There is a little duplication, and some of the tickets – mainly the Sheffield railway titles and Doncaster Ultimates – have not been used. However, there will almost certainly be something to fill those gaps amongst this accumulation of 400 tickets. (Qty)£45
227LMS IN CUMBRIA: Issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Bootle (Mail cart), Bowness (a), Bowness Pier (a), Brigham, Broughton-in-Fur., Cark & Cartmel, Carnforth (to Arnside), Coniston (soiled), Corkickle, Furness Abbey (a), Greenodd (a), Haverthwaite, Kendal, 2 x Keswick, 2 x Keswick East, Lake Side NB62 (u), Maryport, Nethertown, 2 x Ravenglass (1 a), Troutbeck, Whitehaven, plus a Holiday Contract ticket. 6 issued and 5 audit tickets are transitional prints. (25)£85
228SUNDERLAND CORPORATION TRAMWAYS named stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising ½d mauve, 2 x 1d white, 1½d light blue, 2d blue, together with ½d mauve, 4d purple from SUNDERLAND CORPORATION TRAMWAYS & MOTORS and 1½d pink from SUNDERLAND CORPORATION TRAMWAYS & BUSES. In good / VGC. Two of the Tramways and the Tramways & Buses ticket have no punch holes. The Sunderland tram system ran from 1900 to 1/10/1954. (8)£25
229BR (W) HALTS IN SOUTH WALES: Issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Aber Junction (Flexi), Dingle Road, Llandow (a), Llandow Wick Rd (a), Margam (Multiprinter), Pantywaun (to Ogilvie Colliery Plat.), Pentrefelin Glam (a), Six Bells, Taff Merthyr Colliery, Trelewis, Trelewis Platform, Udny (a), Wyndham, and to Caldicot (u from Llanwern), Cefn-on, Coryton Halt Glam, Cwmbach, Gelli Felen, Ninian Park, Pontycynon Bridge, Swanbridge, Tremains Factory, Tremains Plat. (u), Tyllwyn. (24)£50
230PRE-NATIONALISATION MISCELLANY: Issued and audit whole Edmondsons from the LM&SR (46), LNER (21) GWR (15) and Joint Lines (18). Includes some interesting types and stations. (100)£200
231DISTRICT RAILWAY – WIMBLEDON LINE: issued singles from 2 x Parsons Green, Parsons Green 2, 2 x Putney Bridge, Putney Bridge 1, 3 x Putney Bridge Fulham (r/n 1/9/1902), Putney Bridge & Hurlingham (r/n. 1932), 2 x Walham Green, Walham Green 2, West Brompton ( / to Brompton Road – closed 30/7/1934), West Brompton DR (/), together with whole Edmondsons to 2 x East Putney (1 /), Putney Bridge, Putney Bridge Fulham, 2 x Walham Green, 2 x West Brompton, 2 x Wimbledon, Wimbledon Park, and LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY 3rd singles from East Putney, Southfields, and 2 x Wimbledon (1 Bd). Some DR tickets have ‘O’ and skeleton overprints. (30)£110
232LNER EX GER LINES: AROUND LONDON Issued 2nd Class singles from Chingford, Clapton, Fenchurch Street (to Blackwall), George Lane, Goodmayes, 2 x Liverpool Street WS (to Coborn Road / Royal Albert Dock), Seven Sisters, South Tottenham, Stratford, Stratford SBO, West Green, together with 3rd single transitional prints from Brentwood & Warley, Colborn Road Old Ford, Fenchurch Street (to West India Docks), Goodmayes, Liverpool Street M (‘0000’ to Chadwell Heath), Manor Park, Silvertown, Snaresbrook. (20)£170
233LONDON TRANSPORT (BUSES) all different named-stage punch type BUS TICKETS from Routes 123/247 and 247A in wartime and post-war periods. A selection of tickets is offered to show changes in stages and route patterns during the period covered. Condition is mostly good with some unusual / rare issues noted. See note at Lot 18. (75)£75
234EAST ANGLIA STEAMER SERVICES: Six whole Edmondsons from The Great Yarmouth Steam Tug Co. Ltd, East Anglia Steamship Co. Ltd, Red Funnel Steamers, and Yarmouth & Gorleston Steamboat Co. Ltd., together with 4 punch type tickets from the last named company. (10)£190
235SOUTHERN RAILWAY T3 PLATFORM TICKETS comprising Ashford Kent No.3, Brighton No.4, Brookwood, Clapham Jc. No.5, Datchet, Earlswood, Eastbourne No.3, East Putney, Hayward’s Heath No.2, Horsham No.1, Horsmonden, Lon. Rd. Guildford No.2. (12)£90
236MIDDLESBROUGH CORPORATION TRAMWAYS geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d mauve (/), 1d orange (Southfield Road to Railway Station), 1d pink Grange Road East to Ferry - soiled),1d blue (Park Gates to Grange Road West), 1d Child blue (soiled), 1d green Workman Single (poor condition – 1933 on back), 2d white, plus a 1½d yellow with numeric stages. The Corporation operated trams from 1921 to 1934. (8)£90
237BR (W) NEATH TO HEREFORD: Issued whole Edmondsons from 2 x Cradoc, 2 x Cilfrew, Devynock & Sennybridge, Eardisley, 2 x Hay on Wye, Hereford, Kinnersley, 2 x Neath Riverside, Onllwyn, Seven Sisters, Three Cocks, Whitney-on-Wye (u). Halts in destinations. (16)£65
238LIVERPOOL OVERHEAD RAILWAY CO (TRAMWAYS) geographic stage 1d white punch type TRAM TICKET covering stages South Rd (Waterloo) to Gt. Crosby / Cambridge Rd to Myers Road / Seaforth Sands Stn. to South Road (Waterloo). (1)£30
239BR (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)£170
240CORRIS RAILWAY ROAD MOTOR SERVICE issued 3d pink numeric stage punch type BUS TICKET, with Bell Punch Uxbridge (4-24?) imprint. A little fading on (blank) back. (1)£75
241LM&SR CALLANDER TO OBAN AND BRANCHES: Mainly issued whole Edmondsons from Achnacloich, Ballachulish Ferry, Ballachuilsh Glencoe, Benderloch, Callander, Creagan, Connel Ferry, Crianlarich, Duror, Dalmally, Glenlochy Crossing (2-piece Market Free return – u), Killin, Killin Junc., Loch Awe, Luib, Loch Tay (u), Oban, Strathyre, Taynuilt, Tyndrum. (20)£330
242GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY issued pre-grouping 1st single from Tenbury (renamed 14/11/1912) to Bewdley ‘via Tenbury and Bewdley’! – very odd? The ticket is dated 25/9/1880 and is in VGC. (1)£40
243LONDON TRAM AND BUS TICKET MISCELLANY comprising 6 numeric stage punch type issues from LONDON UNITED TRAMWAYS LTD, 3 x LCC TRAMWAYS, 1 x LT TRAMS, 3 x LT TRAMS & TROLLEYBUSES, 2 x LT TROLLEYBUSES, 30 x LONDON PASSENGER TRANSPORT BOARD (covering 23 different routes). 6 x ‘OMNIBUS TICKET’ for Services 59, 59A and 59B, 5 other numeric stage ‘OMNIBUS TICKET’, and 6 LONDON TRANSPORT BUSES. (62)£100
244MANCHESTER SOUTH JUNCTION & ALTRINCHAM RAILWAY type M23 LUGGAGE LABEL: Manchester (Oxford Road); plus a selection of eight different routing labels including “Via Carlisle & Stranraer”, “Via Manchester (L&NW) Macclesfield & NS Rly.”, Via Kensington & LB&SC Railway,” etc. One or two laid to card, mostly VGC. (9)£75
245BR (M) DERBYSHIRE LINES: Issued whole Edmondsons from Ambergate, Bamford, Belper, Buxton, Chapel-en-le-Frith South, Chinley, Dinting, Draycott & Breeston, Duffield, Elmdon & Creswell, Furness Vale, Glossop Central, Great Longstone, Gresley, Hadfield, Hathersage, Hindlow, Ilkeston North, Langley Mill & Eastwood, Langwith, Matlock Bath, Peartree, Peartree & Normanton, Stanton Gate, Stretton, Strines, Tissington, Trent, Whaley Bridge, Whatstandwell. (30)£60
246ABERDARE URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL TRAMS: A 6d blue / white return punch type TRAM TICKET showing to / from Aberdare at the sides, together with 1½d white (/) and 3d brown geographical stage issues, with ‘Trams’ omitted from the title, but with ‘car’ appearing twice in the conditions. The latter, which is in excellent condition, has ‘30/8/30’ written on the back in small print. Two 1d mauve numeric stage issues from PONTYPRIDD COUNCIL TRANSPORT are also included, one of which has ‘company’ overprinted on the face. The Aberdare tram system opened in 1913 and closed on 1/4/1935. (5)£110
247LPTB JOINT LINES: A small collection comprising LPTB & LNE RAILWAYS – 18 issued and 28 audit Edmondsons; WHITECHAPEL & BOW RAILWAY – 7 issued and 1 audit; LPTB & GREAT WESTERN RAILWAYS – 7 issued and 4 audit Edmondsons; 5 machine issues. (70)£60
248WARRINGTON CORPORATION TRAMWAYS geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d pink, 1½d white, 2½d yellow (Central Station to Grapenhall /), together with 1d blue ticket from WARRINGTON CORPORATION TRAMWAYS & STOCKTON HEATH LIGHT RAILWAYS. The Stockton Heath line closed on 17/9/1931 and the final part of the Warrington system on 28/8/1935. (4)£45
249VALE OF RHEIDOL RAILWAY issued Child single from Devil’s Bridge to Capel Bangor, dated 14/8/1935. (1)£130
250GLASGOW, PAISLEY, KILMARNOCK & AYR RAILWAY 2” x 1” thin card ticket for a 1st Class ‘blank to blank’ journey. The ticket, which bears the shortened format ‘Glasgow & Ayr Railway’, appears to have been used, but the writing has now vanished. This line was opened in stages in 1839 and 1840 and was merged into the new Glasgow & South Western Railway in 1850. (1)£120
251THE BIDEFORD, WESTWARD HO! AND APPLEDORE RAILWAY CO. issued 3d blue 3rd Class punch type ticket for four named journeys. This line only operated between 1901 and 1917. (1)£110
252GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY RAIL MOTOR AND THIN CARD TICKETS: Approx. 60 examples from all parts of the system, but excluding the West Country. (60)£100
253LONDON TRANSPORT (BUSES) all different named-stage punch type BUS TICKETS from Routes 25 and 25A in wartime and post-war periods. A selection of tickets is offered to show changes in stages and route patterns during the period covered. Condition is mostly good with some unusual / rare issues noted. See note at Lot 18. (70)£100
254THE LANCASHIRE LINE NAVIGATION CO. LTD. – THE NEW ISLE OF MAN STEAMER undated 1st Saloon Edmondson STEAMER TICKET for a journey from Ramsey to Douglas. In VGC, but with small mounting marks on the back. (1)£28
255NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY unclipped one-piece Edmondson for a ‘Fife Coal Company’s Workman’, available between Milnathort or Loch Leven and Kelty for a 3rd class single journey in either direction. This ticket was valid by specified ordinary trains only and has 1/10/20 in the top right corner. Loch Leven closed on 1/9/1921, Kelty on 22/9/1930. (1)£35
256SCOTTISH BUS TICKET MISCELLANY: Named stage punch type BUS TICKETS from DUMBARTON GENERAL OMNIBUS CO. LTD. – 5d green (slightly soiled); HUNTER’S MOTOR SERVICE, WISHAW – 1d white; JOHNSTONE’S BUS SERVICE – 3d red, together with numeric stage prints from CLELAND BUS SERVICE – 3d red, and CURRIE & THOMPSON, CALDERBANK – 2d mauve. (5)£60
257LONDON PASSENGER TRANSPORT BOARD: Over 100 whole Edmondsons issued in the mid-1930s, together with 40 audit tickets from the same era. Some interesting types. (Qty)£160
258THE SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE TRAMWAYS (LESSEE) CO. LTD. geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 2d mauve (grubby) and 3d blue (excellent condition) together with two different 1d white issues from WALSALL CORPORATION TRAMWAYS and 5 numeric stage tickets from the COUNTY BOROUGH OF WALSALL TRANSPORT DEPT. The SST lessee title dates from 1899. The concern became part of the Birmingham Midland Tramways Joint Committee on 1/7/1904, but tickets continued to show the SST name. (9)£55
259LM&SR: 135 whole Edmondsons of which 52 are issued and the remainder audit. Includes closed stations. (135)£180
260LONDON, BRIGHTON & SOUTH COAST RAILWAY issued 3rd singles from Banstead & Burgh Heath, Crawley, Dorking, Eastbourne, East Dulwich, Mitcham Junction, North Dulwich, Peckham Rye (diagonal red stripe), ‘St. Le’nards Wr.Sq.’, Southwick, Streatham, Streatham Hill, Tulse Hill, West Croydon, West Norwood. (15)£50
261STAFFORDSHIRE 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)£20
262SHEPPEY LIGHT RAILWAY issued 2¼” x 3½” card ticket showing 10 different 3rd single journey options. The railway opened on 1/10/1901 but passed to the SE&CR in 1905. (1)£1500
263PROVINCIAL BUS TICKETS: Approximately 225 issued punch type tickets from a wide selection of UK companies, including both municipal and independent operators. Little, if any, duplication and mainly in good condition. (Qty)£60
264SER / SE&CR: A collection of LUGGAGE LABELS from the ‘Mid-Kent’ line. Catford Bridge, Eden Park (printed diagonally), Lady Well (two words) and Woodside are earlier types on emerald green paper. L. Sydenham and Cannon Street to W. Wickham are mid-green. London Bridge to New Beckenham is faded around the edges and mounted on thin card, whilst Beckenham Junction is a latter issue on bluish-green paper. A rare opportunity to obtain a set for this line, which includes some scarce labels. (8)£60
265BR / BTC (E) PLATFORM TICKETS comprising BR Transitional – Grantham, Kings Cross B, Liverpool Street B, Sheffield Mid B, Yarmouth Beach; BR (conds back / no red diamond) – Audley End, Scunthorpe & Frodingham; BR Red Diamond – Benfleet, Black Horse Road, Colchester UO “A” Machine, Cranley Gardens, Hatfield, King’s Cross B, Leyton Mid Rd, Long Melford, Newark Northgate, New Southgate, Northumberland Park, Norwich City, Romford, Skegness, Southend-on-Sea East, Upton Park, Walton-on-the-Naze; BTC Red Diamond 1d – Lowestoft Central, March, Noel Park & Wood Green, Rochford, St. James Street No.2, Southend-on-Sea Vic. (30)£110
266ACCRINGTON CORPORATION TRAMWAYS geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d white, and 1½d purple. Both by Williamson and in excellent condition. This 7 mile concern opened on 2/8/1907 and closed on 6/1/1932. (2)£45
267GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY IN THE WEST COUNTRY: Issued whole pre-nationalisation Edmondsons from Barnstaple GW, Cadeleigh, Cullompton, Culmstock, Dawlish Warren, Helston, Kingsbridge, Longdown, 2 x Nancegollan, Plymouth M.B., Plymouth N. Rd., Penzance, St. Budeaux GW, St. Ives, Saltash, Tavistock GW, Thorverton, Whitehall Halt, Wrangaton. (20)£85
268SOUTH LONDON TRAMWAYS COMPANY: Two early Whiting punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d white and 2d grey, both with various stages and in VGC, together with a later. 2d pink with named stages. This concern opened in 1881 and was purchased by London County Council in 1900 / 1902. (3)£65
269DUNDALK, NEWRY & GREENORE RAILWAY issued whole Edmondsons from Bellurgan, Bush, Dundalk Quay St., Greenore (2-1 dated 2/11/1892 (Bd)), Newry Bridge St., Omeath, together with audits from Bellurgan (2), Bush (2), Carlingford (2), Crossalaney, Dundlak Quay St. (3),Greenore (2), Gyles Quay (2), Gyles Quay Halt, Newry Bridge St. (2), Newry Edward St. Includes L&NWR era prints. (25)£25
270NORTH SUNDERLAND RAILWAY issued NER-style 1st and 2nd singles from North Sunderland to Seahouses. Both dated 19/10/1951 and in VGC. (1)£50
271LONDON COUNTY COUNCIL TRAMWAYS: A collection of 20 all different ½d geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS, together with one numeric stage issue and 9 geographical stage 1d tickets. A few of the tickets are a little soiled, but they are generally in good condition. (30)£210
272THE CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS CO. folding card Barmouth Foot-bridge Season Ticket, issued to a Mrs Evans ‘with ordinary cycle’ and available from 19/6/20 to 2/7/1920. In good condition, but has a stain on the back cover. (1)£55
273POTTERIES BUS OPERATORS: Punch type BUS TICKETS comprising 1d white (/) from BAILEY BROS & CO. BUDDULPH; 3d mauve from BLUE MOTOR SERVICE, FENTON; 3d yellow from F. MACDONALD; 3d purple from ENTERPRISE; 2d pink from KNIGHT’S MOTORS; 1d white and 1d blue from ASSOCIATED N.S. BUS PROPRIETORS; 3/- blue / pink from NORTH STAFFORD MOTORS; 1d white from CITY MOTORS; 2½d green from T. TILSTONE & SONS, TUNSTALL. (10)£65
274BRITISH RAILWAYS named train circular pictorial LUGGAGE LABEL for “The Norfolkman” in green, yellow, black and white, destination: Wroxham. Rare and in excellent condition. (1)£250
275RUGBY: A selection of FREE PLATFORM TICKETS comprising LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY 2 x T6 (brown and white), T7 (brown); LM&SR T1A (white), T1C (insert advert- white), T2B (white / pink), T3B (green / white horizontal stripes), T6B (mauve), T6C (Beam – white), plus 3 Ultimates. (12)£95
276EASTERN NATIONAL OMNIBUS COMPANY LTD. A collection of all different BUS TICKETS comprising 83 punch type, 26 insert Setrights, 9 Willebrew, and 2 season tickets. The punch tickets include 14 geographicals, Williamson and Oller prints with both large and small numbers and various exchange tickets – a couple with named stages, All but 3 of the Setrights are used and include both large and small weekly tickets (2 of the unused ones are joint with Westcliff-on-Sea MS). (120)£260
277SCOTTISH PRE-GROUPING COMPANIES: A collection of 90 severed halves comprising 23 x Caledonian Railway, 8 x Glasgow & South Western, 12 x Great North of Scotland, 5 x Highland, 42 x North British. Includes some interesting types and closed stations. (90hlf)£130
278LONDON TRANSPORT (BUSES) all different named-stage punch type BUS TICKETS from Routes 145, 145/148, 147, 148 and 150 in wartime and post-war periods. A selection of tickets is offered to show changes in stages and route patterns during the period covered. Condition is mostly good with some unusual / rare issues noted. See note at Lot 18. (121)£75
279NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY ROLL TICKETS comprising a 4d 3rd Class Excess ticket Markinch to Leslie (closed 4/1/1932) and a 1d 3rd single Edinburgh Wav. Stn. to North Leith. The text includes the words ‘Platform Issue’. Both by Williamson. (2)£75
280A SELECTION OF EDMONDSON PLATFORM TICKETS comprising 100 BRB red diamond, 87 BRB green diamond. 5 British Railways, 5 BTC, and 21 minor railways. 15 AA and thin card issues are also included. Little apparent duplication. (233)£140
281LM&SR SEASON TICKETS FROM STATIONS IN SCOTLAND: A collection of 63 tickets illustrating a variety of designs and issuing stations, a number of which are now closed. (63)£75
282BARRY RAILWAY issued whole Edmondsons comprising 2nd single Cogan to Dynas Powis, 3rd Parly single Cardiff Riverside Jn. GW to Barry Docks, an Actual Fare ticket for a journey in the opposite direction, a Bicycle single from Barry Pier to Minehead (@), and a Child’s Folding Mail Cart ticket from Cardiff Riverside GW to Barry Island. (5)£60
283LUTON CORPORATION TRAMWAYS J.G. WHITE & CO. LTD. LESSEES geographical stage 1d white punch type TRAM TICKET. J.G. White & Co. was the constructor of the system and leased it from its opening on 21/2/1908 until 1909, when the lease was awarded to Balfour Beatty. (1)£140
284THE RIVER DART STEAMBOAT COMPANY LTD. A collection of 15 Edmondsons and 1 roll ticket, some of which are quite early prints (one is dated 1905). Not all are dated and 5 have corners removed, presumably to signify that they had been used on the outward journey. One ticket was printed by the GWR. (16)£80
285BRITISH RAILWAYS EDMONDSON PLATFORM TICKETS from Basingstoke, Bridlington No.3, Brixton, Carmarthen, Hampton Court, High Wycombe D, Merthyr. Neath General, Peterborough E., Trowbridge, together with 50 BTC issues. Too many to itemise, so needs to be seen. (60)£40
286LNER MOTOR OMNIBUS SERVICE issued punch type ‘Special Ticket in exchange for Inward Portion of Return Ticket’ for the Ballater – Braemar route. In VGC. (1)£40
287GLASGOW CORPORATION TRANSPORT (UNDERGROUND): A collection of 63 Automatickets – with examples from all 15 stations. All except one are pre-decimal, and some are earlier issues. (63)£210
288CITY OF OXFORD MOTOR SERVICES LTD. A selection of 37 punch type BUS TICKETS, all printed by Williamson, including 19 named stage ‘geographicals’, together with 7 various machine and emergency issues from the 1940s and 1950s. (44)£80
289BR (S) HALTS: Issued whole Edmondsons from the following halts: Ampress, Aylesham DO, Headford, High Halstow, Kemsley, Hurst Green, Idmiston, Leigh, Littlehaven, Longcross, Lydd-on-Sea, Lyghe, Mountfield, Morden Road, Nutbourne, Pevensey Bay, Sandhurst, Snowdown & Nonington, Southborne, Southease & Rodmell, Stoke Jn., Stone Crossing, Swanscombe, Three Oaks & Guestling, Upper Halliford, Waddon Marsh, Winchelsea, Winnersh, plus audit tickets from Middle Stoke, Stonehall & Lydden, (30)£110
290MAWDDWY RAILWAY undated 3rd single from Aberangell to Cemmes. Passenger services on this line ceased on 17/4/1901 due to the state of the bridges, but were reinstated by the Cambrian on 31/7/1911 (on which date Cemmes was renamed Cemmaes). (1)£220
291DISTRICT RAILWAY DOG AND ARTICLE TICKETS comprising Dog – Mansion House (3d; o/s specimen), Sudbury Town (3d); Bicycle – Charing Cross DR (to Willesden / red), Hounslow Barracks 6d, renamed 1/12/1925 Bd); Parcels &c. – Blackfriars (1½d), St. James’s Park (2d /), South Kensington (3d /), Accompanied Merchandise (to 28lbs) – Blackfriars 1 (2d), Temple (1½d); (no weight) Mansion House (2d /) (10)£130
292SOUTH EASTERN & CHATHAM RAILWAY issued 1st, 2nd and 3rd singles from Addiscombe Road (Bd), Beckenham Junc., Bexhill-on-Sea, Blackheath, Box Hill, Chipstead & Banstead Downs, Charing Cross, Folkestone Central, Gomshall & Shere, Guildford, Gravesend, Lee, London Bridge, Lower Sydenham, Ludgate Hill, (closed 3/3/1929), Margate West, Reigate, St. Leonards War. Sq., Sandwich, Westcombe Park. Three tickets have paper from previous mounting. (20)£150
293LGOC & ASSOCIATED COS. (5) and LPTB BUSES (19) all different fareboard geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from Services G2, G2 & G6, 247 & 250A, 187, 247, 123, 123 & 247, G3 & G4, 248 & 249. 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. (24)£100
294A WELSH LUGGAGE LABEL SELECTION comprising 26 from the Cambrian Railways and 5 from the Rhymney Railway – the destinations of which are Aberdare GW via Llancaich, Bargoed and Aber Bargoed, Glyn Neath GW, Glyn Neath GWR, and Penyrheol. (31)£60
295A PLATFORM TICKET MISCELLANY comprising LNER T3C Grimsby Town, King’s Cross A, King’s Cross B, King’s Cross C, Louth, Marylebone (No.2.M); British Railways (Trans) Boston, Hatfield, Huntingdon North, Lincoln Central, Sheffield Mid. B, Sleaford; M&GN JT. COM. T3B Cromer Beach; SR Victoria No.3; GWR Beam Reading C. (15)£110
296ROCHDALE CORPORATION TRAMWAYS numbered stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 2d blue, 3d mauve and 9d light blue. In VGC. The tramway system opened in 1902 and closed on 12/11/1932. (3)£30
297BR / BTC (E) RAIL MOTOR TICKETS: A selection of 64 thin card tickets from lines in East Anglia, including Elsenham to Thaxted, Thetford to Swaffham, Witham to Maldon East, Kelvedon to Tollesbury. Minor duplication. (64)£100
298LONDON INDEPENDENT (PIRATE) OPERATORS. A selection of 3 geographical and 7 numeric stage punch type BUS TICKETS from such diverse companies as Cambrian Coaching & Goods Transport Ltd., Central Omnibus Co. Ltd., C.H.P. (Dulwich Village SE), 2 x City Motor Omnibus Co. Ltd., New Times Omnibus Co. Ltd., Overground Ltd., The ‘Havelock’, The Premier Omnibus Co. Ltd., Wilson. Generally VGC. (10)£50
299DISTRICT RAILWAY issued 1st and 3rd singles from different booking offices comprising Blackfriars (1) / (L.O.) / (L.O. 1); Cannon Street (1) / (2); Charing Cross (1) / (3) / (4); Earls Court (1) / (S.O.) / (S.O. 1); Gloucester Road (1); High Street (Kensington 1); High Street (Kensington 2); Mansion House (1) / (2) / (A); Mark Lane (1) / (2); Monument (1) / (2); St. James’ Park (1) / (W.E. 1); Sloane Square (1); South Kensington (1); Temple (1) / (2); Victoria (1) / (2) / (3) / (4) / (6); West Kensington (1); Westminster (1) / (2) / (E.O.). (36)£70
300LONDON, TILBURY & SOUTHEND RAILWAY GOLD MEDALLION FREE PASS No.6 issued to Captn H.M. Jessel M.P. In excellent condition. Herbert Mereton Jessel lived from 1866 to 1950 and was the first Baron Jessel. He is referred to as a soldier and politician. See also Lots 100 and 200. This illustrates another phase on Jessel’s life – he was still a Captain, but now an M.P. (1)£620
301BR (H) GLASGOW ST. ENOCH TO CARLISLE: issued whole Edmondsons from Annan, Auchinleck, Barrhead, Barrmill, Beith, Beith Town, Caldwell, Carronbridge, Closeburn, Crossmyloof (/), Dumfries, Dunlop, Eastriggs, Gretna Green, Kennishead, Kilmarnock BO, Kilmaurs, Kirkconnel, Lugton, Mauchline, New Cumnock, Old Cumnock, Racks, Ruthwell, Sanquhar, Stewarton, Strathbungo, Thornhill, Thornhill D’frs, Uplawmoor for Caldwell. Includes 7 transitional prints. (30)£120
302METROPOLITAN RAILWAY issued 1st pink single Moorgate Street to Farringdon Street, with an advert for J.R. Wace & Co. of Baker Street on the back. The year in the date of issue is not clear, but the ticket is from the 1860s. In VGC apart from a slight crease. (1)£60
303SOUTHERN TRAMWAY SELECTION: Geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 2 x Bournemouth Corporation Tramways (1½d, 5d), Bournemouth Corporation Transport Services (1d), 2 x Brighton Corporation Tramways (1½d), Portsmouth Corporation Tramways (2d), Reading Corporation Tramways (1½d), 2 x Southampton Corporation Tramways (1d, 2d), plus a Portsdown & Horndean Light Railway 1½d numeric stage issue (soiled). (10)£20
304SE&CR LUGGAGE LABELS issued in connection with Continental Traffic: London (Victoria, West End Station) to Paris (Nord) via Calais (green); London (Victoria 236 – Paris (Nord) via Boulogne (green); Passenger Luggage London (Charing Cross) 68 to Dover (white-laid to card). Mostly VGC. (3)£110
305BRB RED DIAMOND PLATFORM TICKETS comprising BRB (S) – 27 x 3d, 1 x 4p (Hamworthy), 50 unpriced (including Finsbury Park No.1); BRB (M) – 1 x 2d, 7 x 3d, 6 x unpriced, 5 x special events; BRB (N) – 6 x 3d, 4 x unpriced, BRB (W) – 9 x 3d, 6 x unpriced, plus 11 Multiprinter and 6 free issues from these regions. (139)£60
306DARTMOUTH & TORBAY STEAM PACKET CO. 1st Class Edmondson STEAMER TICKET from Dartmouth to Totnes, dated 3/4/1899. In good condition, with a small vertical crease. (1)£25
307BR (S): Approximately 175 mainly issued whole Edmondsons, including closed stations and halts. Almost all from outside the London suburban network. Needs to be examined. (175)£390
308CHELTENHAM & DISTRICT LIGHT RAILWAY geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 2d blue (/) and 6d white (North Street to Southam). The Cheltenham system opened in 1901 and closed on 31/12/1930. (2)£80
309LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY IN WALES: Issued whole Edmondsons comprising Aber, Bettws-y-Coed, Brynkir, 2 x Carnarvon (1 issued in 1871 /), 4 x Colwyn Bay, Denbigh, Dowlais High Street, 2 x Llandudno, Llanrwst & Trefriw, Penmaenmawr, 2 x Rhyl (1 issued in 1871; 1 /). Swansea Victoria, Tal-y-Cafn & Eglwysbach, plus and audit ‘Pleasure Party’ ticket from Dunvant. (20)£100
310LYNTON & BARNSTAPLE RAILWAY issued 3rd single Blackmoor to Lynton, dated 7/10/1924. (1)£340
311BR (E) EAST ANGLIA: 150 whole Edmondsons, of which almost three-quarters are issued. A good proportion are from closed stations. (150)£270
312GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY AROUND LEICESTER: Issued 1st singles from Leicester to Hallaton, Leicester to Humberstone, and Grantham to Leicester (/), together with a 3rd single from Humberstone to Tilton. Two of the tickets have some minor Bd from previous mounting, while the 3rd class ticket has back paper missing. (4)£30
313LGOC & ASSOCIATED COS. (9) and LPTB BUSES (22) all different fareboard geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from Services G1, G1 & G5, 305 & G1, 109 & 246, 109 & 253, 246 & 253, 246, G5, 252, 252/A/B, 252 & 252A, 256. 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. (31)£180
314METROPOLITAN RAILWAY – UXBRIDGE BRANCH: issued whole Edmondsons from 2 x Eastcote, 3 x Ruislip (1 /), 10 x Uxbridge (2 /), together with issues from Baker Street 4 to Uxbridge Met, Euston Square to Ickenham (joined halves) and King’s Cross TO to Ruislip. The latter, which is in excellent condition, is numbered ‘000’ and dated 4/7/1904 – the day that Ruislip was opened. (20)£150
315SOUTHERN RAILWAY PLATFORM TICKETS comprising T1B Sharnal Street, T1C Selsdon Road; T2A Shawford; T3 St. Denys, St. Helier, St. Johns, St. Leonards Warrior Square, St. Leonards W. Marina, St. Margarets, Salisbury No.1, Salisbury No.2, Sanderstead, Sandling Junction, Sandwich, Selhurst, Sevenoaks B&B, Sevenoaks T.H. No.1, Sevenoaks T.H. No.2, Shepherds Well, Shoreham Kent. A number of the tickets bear dates in 1947 and 1948. (20)£200
316GLASGOW CORPORATION TRAMWAYS geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS – 1d grey, 2 x 1½d green, 2 x 2d mauve, 2½d orange, and blue Token Ticket. All in excellent condition. (7)£120
317GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY IN SOMERSET: Issued 3rd and Parly 3rd Pre-Grouping singles from Bedminster, Bishops Lydeard (/), 2 x Clevedon, Frome, 2 x Highbridge (dated 1884 / 1889), Minehead, Watchet, Wellington Som. Seven of the tickets have minor mounting marks, (10)£180
318GOSPORT & FAREHAM OMNIBUS COMPANY: Geographical stage punch type BUS TICKETS comprising 1d green, 2 x 1½d mauve, 2d brown, 2½d red, 3½d yellow singles, together with 2½d yellow Workmen’s Exchange and 8d / 6d pink Return Exchange. All different and in good condition. (8)£40
319THE RAILWAY EXECUTIVE (WESTERN REGION): Issued whole Edmondsons with this short-lived transitional title comprising Abingdon, Avonmouth Dk (Ships Crew), 2 x Birmingham SH U, Bristol TM A, Cheltenham Spa St. James, Chiseldon, Cookham, Didcot, Dudley, Ealing Broadway, Fairford, Greenford, Hanwell & Elthorne, Hayes & Harlington, Kensington Olympia, Kensington Olympia 4, Kingskerswell, Knowle & Dorridge, Leamington Spa, Market Drayton, Northolt, Royal Oak, Sharpness, Stratford on Avon, Swan Village, Piddington (to Horspath Halt), Westbourne Park, Worcester SH, Yatton. (30)£180
320LM&SR pre-dated (3/9/1924) vertical 3rd return, in Midland Railway style, for a journey from London Charing Cross to Hastings SR in connection with ‘South Africans C.C.’. The ticket is numbered ‘000’ and was issued at Cook’s Office in Ludgate Circus. It has some foxing and partial creasing between the two halves, which indicates that it was used. One wonders, however, how such a ticket became to be printed – perhaps Cook’s sent all their ticket orders to Derby at that time. (1)£20
321LONDON GENERAL OMNIBUS COMPANY LTD. A selection of all different tickets issued on Services 15 to 25, comprising Service 15 – 2d, 2 x 3d, 4d, 5d; Service 17 – 2 x 1d, 2d, 3d, 4d, 7d; Service 19 – 5d; Service 21 – 1d, Service 22 – 2d; Service 23 – 4d; Service 23a – 3d; Service 24 – 3d; Service 25 – 1d, 2d, together with the following issues from LGOC & ASSOCIATED COS: Service 17 & 184 – 1d; Service 18 – 2d; Service 19 – 1d, 4d; Service 20 – 2 x 4d; Service 21 – 3 x 1d; Service 21A – 1d; Service 22 – 1d. (30)£140
322LNER HEXHAM TO RICCARTON JN AND THE WAVERLEY ROUTE: Mainly issued whole Edmondsons from Bellingham North Tyne, Canonbie, 2 x Galashiels, 2 x Hawick (1 faded; 1 a), Longtown, Melrose (to Charlesfield Halt u), Newtongrange, Penton, Riccarton Junction, Wark. (12)£180
323TORQUAY ELECTRIC TRAMWAYS geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d white / red, 2d blue, 3d yellow and 4d purple – the first three in VGC, the latter foxed. The Torquay system opened in 1907 and closed on 31/1/1934. (4)£50
324GREAT CENTRAL RAILWAY type G24 LUGGAGE LABELS all “From Sheffield” to: Rotterdam; Plymouth; Weymouth; plus a G23 type (without origin station) to Cleethorpes. VGC. (4)N/S
325SOUTHERN RAILWAY PLATFORM TICKETS FROM LONDON TERMINI comprising T2B Victoria No.3, No.4, No.7, No.8, No.10; T3 Charing Cross No.4, Victoria No.1, No.3, No.6, No.9; T2B ‘Special’ from Victoria; T2B roll tickets Victoria No.11, Waterloo; machine issue from Victoria No.10 (end damage). (14)£60
326GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY MOTOR OMNIBUSES issued 1/8d orange punch type BUS TICKET for the Helston to Mullion route. In excellent condition. (1)£260
327LM&SR: Approximately 100 whole Edmondsons of which just over half have been issued – the remainder audit. A good selection of types and closed stations. (Qty)£160
328LCC TRAMWAYS (13), LPTB TRAMS (25), LT TRAMS (6) and LT TROLLEYBUSES (1) all different geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS with code 72 (Services 65 and 67). A selection of tickets is offered which have been loose mounted on card with historical notes by the vendor to show 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. (45)£60
329LM&SR – LEADHILLS & WANLOCKHEAD LIGHT RAILWAY: An issued 3rd single from Wanlockhead to Leadhills, dated 31/12/1938 – the last day of operation, together with two audit whole Edmondsons from Leadhills – 3rd single to Moffat and Bicycle, etc. ticket to any station not more than 10 miles distant. (3)£170
330VOLK’S ELECTRIC RAILWAY: A selection of 10 whole and 7 half Edmondson tickets. Only one is dated, but most appear to have been used. (10wh 7hlf)£120
331BR (W) TAUNTON TO MINEHEAD AND BARNSTAPLE: Issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Barnstaple Jn., Barnstaple Victoria Road, Bishops Lydeard (a), Blue Anchor, Crowcombe, Dulverton, Dunster, East Anstey, Filleigh, Milverton (a), Minehead, Morebath Jn. Halt (u), Norton Fitzwarren, South Milton, Stogumber, Swimbridge (a), Taunton, Venn Cross (a), Watchet, Williton, Wiveliscombe, Yeo Mill Halt (a), (23)£60
332JOINT LINE SEVERED HALVES: Approx 60 pre-grouping and 220 pre-nationalisation tickets from a variety of concerns. Axholme Joint and West London Extension Railways noted. Closed / renamed stations also included. (Qty)£90
333LCC TRAMWAYS: A selection of 48 TRAM TICKETS – some of which make reference to the London Electric Railway – with the years between 1913 and 1916 written on the backs. Unfortunately, the serial numbers have all been removed from the tops of the tickets. The remaining text is complete however, and shows what was once available. Perhaps something to include in your collection until complete items come along. (48)£45
334SOUTHERN RAILWAY: 100 mainly issued whole Edmondsons from most parts of the system, dated from the 1930s onwards. (100)£85
335BR / BTC (S) PLATFORM TICKETS comprising BR Red Diamond – Burgess Hill, Collington Halt No.2, Crystal Palace HL, Hove No.1, London Bridge No.4, Lydd Town, Newhaven Town, Petersfield, Petworth, Portsmouth Harbour No.1, Reading South, Red Hill No.1, Ryde Esplanade, Southampton Terminus No.1, Templecombe, Victoria No.3, Waterloo No.7, Woolwich Arsenal, Yeovil Pen Mill; BTC Red Diamond 1d – Folkestone Junc. No.1, Gunnersbury, Hartfield, Hellingly, Hersham No.1, Holmwood, Rochester, Steyning, Swanage, Waterloo No.3, Waterloo No.10. (30)£110
336U.N.U. MOTOR SERVICE numeric stage punch type BUS TICKETS comprising 1d white, 2d blue, 7d light green, and 1/- mauve, all by Williamson. The 1d issue is a smaller print with a blank back; the others show ‘Single’ in the text and have adverts on the back. U.N.U. was a Caernarvon company, which was purchased by the LMS in November 1929 and merged into the new LMS (Crosville) concern. In VGC, apart form one which has minor Bd. (4)£55
337END OF COLLECTION PRE-GROUPING MISCELLANY comprising 65 issued and audit whole Edmondsons from 16 different companies, the most represented being the GWR (tickets from Heathfield and Brynmenyn noted), together with 35 severed halves (mainly GWR) and 27 paper and thin card issues from a variety of concerns. (Qty)£180
338MANCHESTER CORPORATION TRAMWAYS / TRANSPORT DEPARTMENT: Punch type TRAM AND BUS TICKETS comprising a 1d white geographical stage MCT-titled print, 2 x 1d white, 11/2d green, 3d pink and 31/2d purple numeric stage MCT-titled prints, and 26 MCTD-titled numeric stage prints covering various routes and values between 1d-6d, all different. An Uultimate ticket also included. (33)£25
339LM&SR NORTH OF INVERNESS: Mainly issued whole Edmondsons from Achnashellach, Bower, Brora, Dingwall, Dornoch, Embo (u), George as, Golspie, Halkirk, Helmsdale, Kyle of Lochalsh (Sleeper Ticket), Lochluichart, Porter, Scotscalder, Strathcarron, Strathpeffer (u), Stromeferry, The Mound, Thurso, Watten. (20)£220
340HULL, BARNSLEY & WEST RIDING JUNCTION RAILWAY & DOCK issued 3rd single from Drax (closed 1/1/1932) to Doncaster GN (dated 30/6/190x). In VGC apart from slight fading right edge. (1)£250
341BRIGHTON CORPORATION TRAMWAYS all different geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 2 x 1d white (1 /; 1 with ‘S’ overprint Bd), 1d grey, 2 x 1d red, 1d pink, 1½d white (with skeleton ‘S’ overprint /), 1½d white / pink, 1½d cream / pink, 2d brown / green, 2½d white / blue (with skeleton fare overprint), 3d blue / white. Five are pre-1923/24 issues. Includes examples by CAS Ltd., Punch & Ticket, and Hunt. Condition variable, but generally good / VG. (12)£50
342LNER FORMER GREAT CENTRAL MAIN LINE: 13 issued and 1 audit whole Edmondsons from Brackley Central, Calvert, 2 x East Leake, 2 x Leicester Central (1 /), Loughboro’ Cen., 2 x Lutterworth (1 trans), 2 x Nottingham Victoria (1 a), 2 x Quorn & Woodhouse (1 trans), Woodford & Hinton. (14)£210
343LONDON TRANSPORT (BUSES) all different named-stage punch type BUS TICKETS from Routes 165, 167 and 174 in wartime and post-war periods. A selection of tickets is offered to show changes in stages and route patterns during the period covered. Condition mostly good with some unusual/rare issues noted. See note at Lot 18. (69)£60
344LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY large rectangular LUGGAGE LABEL in black and white on yellow with the ref (K129/2): “Stoomvaart Matchappy “Zeeland” Harwich to Vlissingen/Flushing Day Service – Royal Mail Route.” Unused and complete with original gum and instructions for use on the back. Very scarce and virtually mint condition. (1)£150
345LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY mainly issued whole Edmondsons from Castle Ashby & Earls Barton, Dolwydden, Dunstable, Finchley Rd & Frogn’l, Kentish Town, Longford & Exhall (a), Morecambe, Peterboro’ (/), Ravensthorpe & Thornhill, Runcorn (a), St. Helens (dog), Shenstone (a), Wellingboro’ (dated 1887), Wembley No.1, Workington. (15)£35
346BIRMINGHAM DISTRICT POWER AND TRACTION CO: LTD: A selection of different 1d numeric stage punch type TRAM TICKETS. Four are Ordinary Fare, one Child’s Fare, and one Workman’s Single Fare. Four are by Bell Punch London, and two by Bell Punch Uxbridge, with a date of 5-25. In VGC. This title was used from 1912 to the mid-1920s. (6)£30
347LM&SR MID / SOUTH WALES AND BORDERS: Issued whole Edmondsons from Abergwili, Brecon (to Glasbury-on Wye), 2 x Drysllwyn, Dunvant, Hay-on-Wye, 2 x Llandrindod Wells, Llandilo Bridge, Llangammarch Wells (insert advert), Mumbles Road, Swansea Bay (Parking for lorry), 2 x Swansea Vic, Witney on Wye, plus an unissued ticket from Morriston (u) (16)£120
348METROPOLITAN ELECTRIC TRAMWAYS punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 8 geographical and 7 numeric stage. In good / VGC. (15)£70
349CHESHIRE LINES COMMITTEE: Mainly audit whole Edmondsons covering a wide range of different types and a good variety of issuing stations. (80)£75
350BRECON & MERTHYR TYDFIL JUNCTION RAILWAY: A folding leatherette ‘First Class Season Ticket’ issued to John Parry DeWinton, enabling him to free travel between all stations during the period from 27th April to 31st December 1863. The number of the ticket is 1. There is some slight wear on the outside through use; the inside is in VGC. The B&M ran two trains a day between Pant (Dowlais) and Talybont from 19th March 1863, but the service officially began on 23rd April when Talybont to Brecon was opened. The ceremonial opening took place on 1st May 1863. These dates, and the number on the ticket, confirm that this would have been the first 1st Class Season Ticket to be issued. (1)£150
351PULLMAN CAR SEAT TICKETS: A good collection of issued and audit Edmondsons, comprising 27 Southern Railway (including ‘Southern Belle’, ‘Brighton Belle’, ‘Bournemouth Belle’ and ‘Thanet Belle’), 25 whole and two half LNER (several from the ‘Eastern Belle’); 75 BR / BTC (including ‘Bournemouth Belle’, ‘Kentish Belle’ and ‘South Wales Pullman’), together with a number of paper tickets, including 2 thin cards for the LB&SC ‘Southern Belle’ in 1912 and 1914. (Qty)£120
352SOMERSET & DORSET RAILWAY JOINT COMMITTEE: 13 issued and 7 audit Pre-nationalisation whole Edmondsons, including 3rd singles from Blandford, Burnham-on-Sea (trans), Glastonbury & Street, Highbridge, Radstock, Wincanton. A number of different types are also included. (20)£210
353LONDON UNITED TRAMWAYS LTD. Geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 3 x 1d white, 2d blue, together with 3 x 1d white, 2d white and 3d pink numeric stage issues. (10)£30
354LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY Type L91/1-L91/4 LUGGAGE LABELS on blue paper to a variety of all different destinations. Some labels have been rubber stamped with the issuing station name – e.g. Corfe Castle, Frimley, St. Denys, Worplesdon. (36)£50
355BURRY PORT & GWENDRAETH VALLEY RAILWAY issued 3rd Revised Fare single from Burry Port to Pembrey, dated 18/8/1919. (1)£220
356RAWTENSTALL CORPORATION TRAMWAYS numeric stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 1½d yellow and 2½d green (both with a little Bd), together with an 8d green RAWTENSTALL CORPORATION TRAMWAYS AND MOTORS issue available between Rawtenstall and Burnley (Summit) / New Inn. The 4ft gauge tramway system closed on 31/3/1932. (3)£30
357BR (W) WEST WALES: Issued whole Edmondsons from Aberystwyth (to Lampeter), Boncath, 2 x Cardigan, Conwil, 2 x Crymmych Arms, Derry Ormond, 2 x Kilgetty, Lampeter, Lamphey, Llanybyther, Pembroke, Pembroke Dock, Pencader, Penally, Saundersfoot, Templeton, Tregaron. (20)£70
358LPTB / LT TROLLEYBUSES: A wide variety of named and numerical stage TROLLEYBUS TICKETS from Routes 609 / 517 / 617 / 521 / 621 and constituent routes (codes 145 and 154), including a good selection of returns. All different, used, and mostly in VGC. (81)£70
359LM&SR MOTOR CAR AND CYCLE PARKING TICKETS. A collection of 50 whole Edmondsons issued from the 1940s onwards covering stations in England, Scotland and Wales, many closed/destaffed. (50)£120
360GLYN VALLEY TRAMWAY CO. An issued single from Dolywern to Glyn, together with a two-piece. return from Glynceiriog to Chirk (overstamped ‘sample; but with what appears to be the signature of the secretary / manager on the back, partly obscured by mounting paper). Three severed halves are also included. The tramway closed on 6th April 1933. (2wh 3 hlf)£55
361BR (M) FORMER GN&LNW JT LINE: All different audit tickets (9 u) comprising East Norton, Great Dalby (4), Hallaton (4), Ingarsby (5), John O’Gaunt, Lowesby (5), Melton Mowbray North (2), Tilton (8). (30)£35
362LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued whole Edmondsons from Andover Junc., Bournemouth West, Bursledon (/), Egham, Fareham, Farnham (dated 7/7/1879), Godalming, Gunnersbury, East Putney, Kew Bridge (/), Liss, Oxshott, Ravenscourt Park, Ryde Esplanade, Salisbury, Waterloo H&L, Wimbledon SO, Wimbledon Park, West Moors, Weybridge. Three tickets have a small amount of Bd from previous mounting. (20)£65
363HASTINGS TRAMWAYS CO. punch type geographical stage TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d white, 2d pink, 2d mauve, 2 x 3d blue,, 4d yellow (/), 5d green (/), 6d brown, 8d brown, 9d blue. A couple of the tickets are grubby, but otherwise the condition is good. The tramway closed on 15/5/1929. (10)£80
364SOUTHEND CORPORATION: An unusual collection of tickets comprising 8 Automatickets from the Pier Railway (c.1954/55), 4 inclusive cards and Weekly Tickets, and 12 different TIMs from the Cliff Lift, all 1950s. (24)£50
365SOUTHERN RAILWAY PLATFORM TICKETS comprising T1B Ham Street & Orlestone; T1D Harrietsham; T2A Hartfield, Hawkhurst, Hellingley; T2B Henfield; T3 Hackbridge, Halling, Hampton Wick, Hassocks No.1, Hassocks No.2, Hastings, Havant, Hayes, Hayward’s Heath No.2, Headcorn, Herne Bay, Herne Hill, Higham, High Brooms. Some of the tickets bear dates between 1948 and 1955. (20)£90
366WESTON-SUPER-MARE TRAMWAYS: A blue “Special 1d Section Ticket” available between Oxford St. Jn. and Sanatorium / Pier / Locking Road during 1918 only. This ticket was detached from a pad initially containing 24 coupons and had to be handed to the conductor in exchange for a ‘Special Exchange Ticket punched in the section to which the passenger is entitled to travel’. It is understood that the 1918 coupons were also available in 1919 as the cover of a pad has been seen stamped ‘1919’ and ‘war price 3/-‘ – a 50% increase due to inflation. (1)N/S
367LONDON, BRIGHTON & SOUTH COAST RAILWAY: 100 issued singles from stations in the London Suburban area. Includes the odd more interesting station, such as Battersea, Clapham Road, Old Kent Road & Hatcham, and West Brompton. (100)£290
368PROVINCIAL TRAMWAYS CO. geographical stage 1d white punch type TRAM TICKET covering a variety of stages between Cosham and Portsmouth. In VGC. This company was a tramway-owning concern, with particular interests in the Portsmouth area. (1)£130
369BR (W / M) KIDDERMINSTER TO WELLINGTON, NANTWICH AND BRANCHES: Issued whole Edmondsons from Audlem, Berrington SV, 2 x Bewdley, Buildwas, Burlish Halt, Coole Pilot, Crudgington, 2 x Foley Park Halt, Iron Bridge & Broseley, Kidderminster, Market Drayton, Much Wenlock, Peplow, Stourport-on-Severn, Rowton Halt, Tenbury Wells, 2 x Wellington Salop (to Halts). (18)£180
370HIGHLAND RAILWAY issued 3rd Parly single from Killiecrankie to Pitlochry, dated 1/9/1893. The ticket is in good condition, but has some slight foxing and mounting paper on the back. (1)£30
371METROPOLITAN & DISTRICT / METROPOLITAN RAILWAY WHOLE EDMONDSONS ISSUED FROM, TO, OR VIA, THE EAST LONDON LINE comprising Met & Dist – 2 x Aldgate East (one with annotation on back), Cannon Street, Mark Lane, 2 x Rotherhithe (1a), 5 x St. Mary’s Whitechapel, Shadwell, 2 x Shadwell EL (1a), 2 x Surrey Docks (1 /), 3 x Wapping (1 /); Met – Bishopsgate GE Office, 2 x Bishops Road (1 /), Kings Cross, King’s Cross 1, Liverpool Street GEO, Moorgate Street, 2 x Moorgate 1 (1 /), Praed St. Padd’n SO, West Hampstead. Destinations on the Met tickets include Deptford Rd, Hither Green, Lewisham, Orpington SER, and Sidcup SER. (30)£110
372BR (W & S) RAIL MOTOR AND THIN CARD TICKETS FROM THE WEST COUNTRY: Approx. 90 examples from the British Railways, BTC and BRB eras. Includes closed lines and halts. (90)£110
373LONDON TRANSPORT (BUSES) all different named-stage punch type BUS TICKETS from Routes 129, 139/148, 139 and 139A in wartime and post-war periods. A selection of tickets is offered to show changes in stages and route patterns during the period covered. Condition is mostly good with some unusual / rare issues noted. See note at Lot 18. (94)£60
374MIDLAND RAILWAY: A small collection of miscellaneous luggage labels – mainly Type M102 – with a little duplication (plus a GNR(I) issue to Donaghmore). (25)£10
375SOUTHERN RAILWAY PLATFORM TICKETS FROM STATIONS WEST OF EXETER comprising T2A Crediton, Torrington; T2B Braunton, Camelford, Padstow, Tavistock No.2; T3 Barnstaple Jc. No.1, Barnstaple Jc. No.2, Barnstaple Town, Bere Alston, Bideford, Ilfracombe, Mortehoe, North Tawton, Okehampton, Plymouth Friary, Tavistock No.1, Tavistock No.2, Wadebridge. Some of the tickets bear dates between 1947 and 1955. (19)£220
376THE RHONDDA TRAMWAYS COMPANY LTD. named-stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 3d green / pink (with skeleton ‘M”), 3d pink (with skeleton ’M’. overstamped 4d), 4d purple (Porth to Mill Street, over printed ‘Special P.U.D.C.’), together with 3d blue, 5d yellow and 7d yellow numeric stage prints. All are by Williamson. In good / VGC, except one with slight creasing. The Rhondda system closed on 1/2/1934. (6)£70
377LM&SR FORMER LONDON, TILBURY & SOUTHEND LINES: Approx 130 issued and audit whole Edmondsons covering a variety of types and stations, and including a number of issued transitional prints. 35 tickets from the Tilbury to Gravesend Ferry are also included in the lot. (Qty£200
378AN END OF COLLECTION TRAM AND BUS TICKET MISCELLANY comprising 12 tram (including Southend Southampton, Hastings, Coventry, Leyton) and 28 bus (including Batchelor’s, Wells MS, East Surrey, Westcliff-on-Sea – and a few from London). Condition varies. (40)£65
379LM&SR FORMER HIGHLAND LINES: Issued whole Edmondsons from Ballinluig, 2 x Dingwall, Georgemas, Grantown-on-Spey, Helmsdale, Invergordon, 4 x Inverness, Kildary, Killiecrankie, Kingussie, Kinloss, Mulben, Murthly, Nairn, Nigg, Pitlochry. (20)£140
380GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY issued Edmondson single from Yealmpton to Steer Point By Rail Motor Car’. The ticket is dated 14/9/1906? and is in VGC. The stations closed on 7/7/1930, but re-opened in 1941, before finally closing in 1947. (1)£50
381LONDON INDEPENDENT OPERATORS OF THE 1920s: 2d blue numeric stage punch type BUS TICKETS from A.T. Bennett & Co. Ltd., L.M. Newstead, The Orange Service (Haywood & Nowell Ltd.), Overground Service, Shanghai Motor Omnibus, Universal Omnibus, and The Western Omnibus Co. Ltd. A couple have Bd from previous mounting. (7)£45
382LNER IN NOTTINGHAMSHIRE: mainly issued whole Edmondsons from Basford & Bulwell LNE, Bulwell Common, Daybrook (a), Eastwood, Eastwood & Langley Mill, Edwinstowe, Gedling & Carlton (Workman to Gedling Colliery Platform u), Kimberley for W, N & G, Mansfield LNE, New Basford, Netherfield & Colwick, Nottingham London Rd. HL, Nottingham Vic., Nottingham R.C. St’n (a), Ollerton, 2 x Retford, Tuxford Central, Tuxford North, Warsop (u). (20)£30
383EAST LONDON TRAMWAYS SELECTION. Numeric stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising: EAST HAM CORPORATION TRAMWAYS – 1½d green, 2d green, ½d Child brown; WEST HAM CORPORATION TRAMWAYS – ½d white, 1d white, 1½d green, 3 x 2d blue (different), plus a LEYTON DISTRICT COUNCIL TRAMWAYS geographical stage 1d white issue. (10)£75
384MUMBLES RAILWAY AND PIER: A 1st Class Edmondson available between St. Gabriels and Oystermouth / Swansea and Westcross at a fare of 5d, together with a 1st Class Edmondson for use between Swansea and Fire Station at 7½d and a roll type Landing Ticket with a printed fare of 2d, but overstamped 3d. None of the tickets are dated, but that may not have been the normal practice. The colour schemes of the two 1st issues are completely different. (3)£170
385PRE-GROUPING MISCELLANY: A collection of issued and audit tickets comprising 12 whole Edmondsons (some of which are soiled) and 34 paper tickets. 13 different companies are represented. In addition, there are 6 attractive ‘Railway Servant’s Universal Interchange Privilege Ticket Movement’ folding cards issued to W. Cornwell of the Great Eastern Railway for the years 1910 to 1915 inclusive. Apart from the first year, the company name is pre-printed on the cards. (52)£120
386DUDLEY, STOURBRIDGE & DISTRICT ELECTRIC TRAMWAYS CO. LTD. 1d grey numeric stage punch type TRAM TICKET. This company re-opened and electrified the former Dudley & Stourbridge Steam Tramways route in 1898, but passed into the hands of the Birmingham Midland Tramways Joint Committee on 1/7/1904. Tickets, however, continued to be printed with the company’s title. This one, by Bell Punch London, dates from 1921/22. In VGC. (1)£30
387GREAT NORTH OF SCOTLAND RAILWAY issued 3rd singles from Aboyne to Glasgow Queen Street, and Holburn Street (closed 5/4/1937) to Cults. The former has several clips: the latter, which is in VGC, has a little mounting paper on the back that can be removed. An LNER transitional severed return half from Torphins to Aberdeen (dated 19/9/1924) is also included. (2wh 1hlf)£260
388LONDON GENERAL OMNIBUS CO. LTD. named stage punch type BUS TICKETS comprising 1d (Service 24), 1½d (25), 2d (9 & 92), 4d (17), together with LGOC & ASSOCIATED COS issues – 7 x 1d (7 & 107, 11, 15, 29, 30, 32, 33), 5 x 2d (6, 8, 18, 31, 36), 3d (12 & 122), 5d (39) and 6d (17 & 184). Condition varies, but generally good. (20)£16
389BR (W) NEWTON ABBOT TO PLYMOUTH AND BRANCHES: Issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Ashburton, Avonwick (u), Bittaford Platform, Bovey (a), Brent (u), Brimley Halt (u), Brixham, Buckfastleigh, Churston, Cornwood, Gara Bridge (u), Goodrington Sands Halt, Heathfield (a), Kings-bridge (u), Kingskerswell (u), Kingswear, Loddiswell, Moretonhampstead (u), Newton Abbot, Plymouth N. Rd., Plympton D, Pullabrook Halt, Staverton, Torquay, Torre, Torre A, Totnes, Wrangaton. (28)£130
390NORTH & SOUTH WESTERN JUNCTION RAILWAY issued 3rd singles from Acton N&SWJ to Kew Bridge, and South Acton to Hammersmith & Chiswick (closed 1/1/1917) – both dated 1892 – together with a two-piece issued return from Acton N&SW to Broad St., and NORTH LONDON RAILWAY 3rd singles from Poplar to Homerton, Poplar to Victoria Park and South Bromley to Hackney, Broad Street, or Camden Town. The first two were issued in 1894. (6)£180
391BOLTON CORPORATION TRAMWAYS geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d white (various stages – includes Daubhill Station rather than official name of Rumworth & Daubhill) (/ back) and 5d orange (Trinity Street to Crown Hotel Horwich), together with 1d white, 1½d blue and 2d pink numeric stage prints. The Bolton system operated until 29/3/1947, although closures started in the late 1920s. (5)£26
392MANCHESTER, SHEFFIELD & LINCOLNSHIRE RAILWAY issued 3rd singles from Manchester London Road to Godley Junction (Bd) and Sheffield to Silkstone, together with GREAT CENTRAL RAILWAY issued whole Edmondsons from 2 x Doncaster, Grimsby, Lincoln GN, London Marylebone, Manchester London Road, Nottingham Victoria and Wrexham Exchange. (10)£180
393SUNDERLAND DISTRICT ELECTRIC TRAMWAYS LTD. geographical stage 2d green punch type TRAM TICKET. This system operated from 1905 to 12/7/1925. (1)£210
394FINN VALLEY RAILWAY (Ireland) type IF11 LUGGAGE LABELS: to Drogheda (with “FVRy” heading) routing details cut-off from the bottom; and to Ballybay (with heading roughly cut off). Both labels in good condition and very scarce. (2)£100
395BRITISH RAILWAYS PLATFORM TICKET MISCELLANY comprising a transitional print from Edinburgh Waverley; red diamond issues from Aberdeen No.1, 2 x Carlisle No.1 (different), Clapham Jc No.6, Glasgow Central No.2, Liverpool Cent No.1, Princes Risborough, St. Pancras A, Willesden; Beams from Banbury General, Lancaster Castle, Luton Mid. Rd No.2 Machine, Oxford A, Oxford C, Preston EL No.4 Machine, and 8 x AA tickets (one BTC – 2 soiled). (24)£30
396HUDDERSFIELD CORPORATION TRAMWAYS AND MOTOR OMNIBUSES numeric stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising ½d ‘Half Rate’ yellow, 1d white, 2 x 1½d blue, 2d pink, 3d green, 4½d orange – all but the first showing ‘Tramcar Ticket’ – together with a 4d Workman’s Return (/), with the same title, but with alphabetic stages, and tickets from HUDDERSFIELD CORPORATION TRAMWAYS AND MOTOR BUSES (sometimes ‘BUSES) as follows: 1d white and 2d pink with numeric stages and ‘Tramcar Ticket’ in the text; 2d white ‘Special Omnibus Ticket’ available between Bailiffe Bridge and Brighouse; 1d white, 1½d blue, 2d pink, 3d green, 4d purple (/), 5d brown, 6d orange, 7d grey, all with alphabetic stages and ‘Omnibus Ticket’ in the text. Several bear Bell Punch, Uxbridge imprints with dates between 1923 and 1925 and most are in excellent condition. (19)£160
397NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY: 10 colourful audit whole Edmondsons depicting different types of tickets issued by the company, including rail / steamer journeys. The issuing stations are Alloa, Alva, Crossgates, Knowlesgate, Dunfermline Lower, Edinburgh Wav, Glasgow Queen St., Kilpatrick, Leith. Generally in good / VGC. (10)£110
398LONDON GENERAL OMNIBUS CO. LTD. A 1d London County Council ‘Special Scholar’s Ticket’ (prepaid), unpunched, and apparently unused. (1)£22
399LNER FORMER M&GN LINE issued whole Edmondsons from Aylsham M&GN, Bourne, Moulton, North Walsham Town, Sutton Bridge, Whaplode, Yarmouth Beach (to California Halt; tape mark back), together with issued BR whole Edmondsons from Aylsham North (/), Caister-on-Sea (to Caister Camp Halt), Catfield, Guestwick, Hemsby, Honing, Lenwade, Melton Constable, North Walsham Town (/), Norwich City, Potter Heigham, King’s Lynn, Sherringham, South Lynn, Stalham, Sutton Bridge, Terrington, Yarmouth Beach. 3 BR tickets have small tape marks on the fronts. An interesting selection of tickets, which are more elusive than those with the M&GN title. (25)£60
400MIDLAND RAILWAY leatherette folding FREE PASS issued to Mr M. Martin, Leyland Line, for travel between ‘Any Stations’ in 1902. In excellent condition. (1)£70
401BR (H) STRANRAER TO DUMFRIES AND AYR: Mainly issued whole Edmondsons from Cassillis (a), Creetown, Crossmichael, Dailly (a), Dalbeattie, Dalrymple (a), Dunragit, Gatehouse of Fleet (u), Girvan, Glenluce, Glenwhilly, Kilkerran (a), Killywhan, Kirkcowan, Kirkcudbright, Maybole, New Galloway, New Luce, Newton Stewart, Parton, Pinmore, Pinwherry, Southwick (u), Stranraer, Stranraer Town. (25)£60
402METROPOLITAN RAILWAY issued 2nd yellow single Farringdon Street to Gower Street in excellent condition. The year in the date of issue is unclear, but the ticket is from the 1860s. (1)£300
403COVENTRY CORPORATION TRAMWAYS punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d white, 2d yellow, 2 x different 3d brown, all with named stages; together with 1d blue, 1½d olive, 3d green, 4½d mauve, 6d blue and 7d pink with numbered stages. A couple of the tickets are grubby, but otherwise the condition is good. The Coventry system closed on 24th December 1940, although services on some routes ceased as early as 1932. (10)£80
404LONDON, CHATHAM & DOVER RAILWAY LUGGAGE LABELS: 15 examples to different destinations, all in excellent condition, except one to Rochest’r Bridge (Strood) – a name in use from 1892 to 1905; the station closed in 1917. A similar label headed ‘S.E. and C. & D. Railways’ from Denmark Hill to Crystal Palace (High Level) & Upper Norwood is also included. (16)£50
405SOUTHERN RAILWAY PLATFORM TICKETS comprising T1C Ardingly; T2A Aylesham Halt, Aylesham Halt DO; T2B Addiscombe, Amberley, Ash, Ashford Kent No.1; T3 Abbey Wood, Adisham, Amberley, Anerley, Ashford Kent No.1, Ashford Kent No. 2, Ashford Kent No. 3, Ashford M’sex, Ashtead, Ashurst, Ash Vale No.1, Ash Vale No. 2, Aylesford. Some tickets bear dates between 1947 and 1954. (20)£200
406CHATHAM & DISTRICT LIGHT RAILWAYS COMPANY geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising long 1d white and 2d blue, both in VGC. The tickets are by Bell Punch, Uxbridge, with three / four number codes and date from c.1929 (one has a pencil date of 23/2/29). The first part of this 15-mile system opened in 1902; it was closed down on 30/9/1930. (2)£60
407GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY issued 1st, 2nd & 3rd singles from Bruce Grove (/), Burdett Road (/). Burnham on Crouch (/). Cambridge (to Bury), Cambridge Heath (Bd), Colchester, Fenchurch Street GO (/). Hertford, Ilford EO (Bd), Ilford WO (/). Kelvedon, Leyton, Liverpool Street M, Liverpool Street WS, 2 x Manor Park (1 /), Park (renamed 1/7/1923), Seven Kings, Stratford SBO, Whittlesford. (20)£35
408LONDON TRANSPORT (BUSES) all different named-stage punch type BUS TICKETS from Routes 238, 248/249 and 252 in wartime and post-war periods. A selection of tickets is offered to show changes in stages and route patterns during the period covered. Condition is mostly good with some unusual / rare issues noted. See note at Lot 18. (52)£60
409SOUTHERN RAILWAY IN THE WEST COUNTRY: Mainly issued whole Edmondsons from 2 x Bere Ferrers, 2 x Bideford (1 blank to blank), 2 x Devonport (a), Exeter Central, Exeter St. David’s, 2 x Ford Devon, Grogley (Rail Motor a), Holsworthy (a), Instow, 2 x Newton St. Cyres (1 o/s ‘Child’ on back), Ottery St. Mary, Seaton, Tavistock (to Plymouth Mutley 1926), Torrington, Wadebridge (to Grogley Halt 1930; mounting paper). (20)£240
410LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY: An issued 2nd single from Gospel Oak to Haggerston, together with an issued 3rd single from Mansion House to Mildmay Park (closed 1/10/1934 /). The tickets bear dates in 1895 and 1893 respectively, but are earlier prints without fares. The fares have been overstamped on the faces as a consequence of the 1889 Act. (2)£100
411BR (H) FORMER CALEDONIAN BRANCHES FROM DUNDEE AND ARBROATH: Issued and audit whole Edmondsons from Alyth (a), Baldovan & Downfield (a), Baldragon (a), Blairgowrie, Colliston, 3 x Dundee West (to Auchterhouse, Baldrogan, Liff), Friockheim, Gagie, Gagie Halt (u), Justinhaugh, Kilgennie, Kingsmuir, Kirriemuir (Sleeper u), Liff, Lochee, Monikie, Newtyle (a), Rosemount. (20)£170
412GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY numbered stage ROAD MOTOR TICKETS covering a variety of fares and routes, Includes 4 exchange tickets. (16).£160
413WILTS & DORSET MOTOR SERVICES punch type BUS TICKETS comprising 1d white, 1½d green, 2d blue (/), 3d mauve, and 4d yellow. Punch tickets were replaced by TIMs and Insert Setrights c.1935. (5)£45
414ISLE OF WIGHT RAILWAY: Issued severed halves, comprising Outward halves – 3rd Special fare Ventnor to Shanklin, Wroxall to Ventnor, 2nd Tourist Brading to Sandown; Return halves – 3rd Special Fare Shanklin to Sandown, Ventnor to Wroxall, Ryde St. John’s Road to Ventnor, 2nd Cheap Ticket Ventnor to Shanklin, together with JOINT RYDE PIER RAILWAY outward severed halves – 3rd Day Excursion Ryde Esplanade to Bembridge, 2nd Tourist Ryde Esplanade to Shanklin. (9hlf)£30
415BRB GREEN DIAMOND PLATFORM TICKETS: A good selection of 200 tickets with single 10 conditions, printed between 1977 and 1979. Mainly Southern Region and in VGC. (200)£85
416THE GOSPORT & PORTSEA WATERMAN’S STEAM LAUNCH COMPANY undated Edmondson ‘Daily Return Ticket for Artisans & School Children’ in VGC. (1)£25
417LNER FORMER GREAT NORTH OF SCOTLAND LINES: Mainly issued whole Edmondsons from Aberdeen W (trans), Aberlour, Bankhead (closed 5/4/1937), Fraserburgh (Trans u), Inverugie, Keith Town (a), Kinaldie, Knockando, Logierieve, Maud, Spey Bay, Strichen, Tillynaught, plus an audit Fishworker return from Pittenween to Peterhead. (14)£210
418SOUTHEND-ON-SEA CORPORATION TRAMWAYS geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS, comprising 1d white, 2d blue and an Exchange Ticket for the Leigh-on-Sea Section. All used and in VGC. The system opened in 1901 and closed on 8/4/1942. (3)£25
419BR (W) FORMER CAMBRIAN LINES WELSHPOOL – ABERYSTWYTH / MID WALES: Issued whole Edmondsons from Abermule, Aberystwyth, Borth (Bd), Boughrood & Lyswen, Bow Street, Builth Road LL, Devil’s Bridge, Dolwen, Dolwen Halt, Dovey Jn., Forden, Llanbrynmair, Llandre, Llanidloes, Moat Lane, Newbridge on Wye, Newtown, Welshpool, Ynylas, plus an undated ticket from Montgomery. (20)£90
420RHONDDA & SWANSEA BAY RAILWAY issued 3rd Child single from Aberavon Seaside to Blaengwynfy (dated 1/3/1926?). (1)£50
421LM&SR ROAD CAR MOTOR TICKETS for the Boxmoor / Hemel Hempstead / Apsley area, comprising 1½d Child blue and 3d pink title Road Motor Car Ticket and 1d green, 2d blue and 3d pink titled Road Motor Car Service. (5)£90
422NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY issued whole Edmondsons from Appleby, Blackhill, Clifton (corner damage), Croft, Cullercoats (Bd), Gateshead E, Goathland, Guisborough, Harrogate, Hull (/), 2 x Leeds New Station (1Bd), 2 x Newcastle (1Bd), Prudhoe, Redcar, Stockton (/), Whitby, Withernsea, Wylam. (20)£310
423LUTON CORPORATION TRAMWAYS BALFOUR BEATTY & CO. LTD. LESSEES geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 3 x 1d white (1 /), 1d blue, and 1½d blue (/). One is by Williamson, 2 by Bell Punch, and two have no imprint. The Luton system opened in 1908 and closed on 16/4/1932. Balfour Beatty were the operators from 1909 to 1923. (5)£55
424O. & N. & Ll. & M.R. (OSWESTRY & NEWTOWN) type O21 LUGGAGE LABEL to Cemmes Road. An extremely rare label, in good condition, but with a small fold in the bottom left hand corner. (1)£60
425SE&CR issued singles from Bickley, Brixton, Brockley Lane (closed 1/1/1917), Cannon Street, Charing Cross, Greenwich (1st /), Lewisham Junction, London Bridge, Orpington, St. Paul’s (renamed 1/2/1937), Shortlands (/), 2 x Tunbridge Wells, Wadhurst (/), Nunhead (/). (15)£30
426PLYMOUTH CORPORATION TRAMWAYS geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising, 1d child blue (Routes 1, 2 & 3), 1½d mauve (Routes 2 & 2A), 2d blue (Routes 3 & 7), 3d pink (Routes 2 - 2A &3), 4d blue (Route 2 : Circular. A little foxed). The Plymouth system closed on 29/9/1945, although some routes lost their services in the 1930s. (5)£55
427SOUTHERN RAILWAY RAIL MOTOR SERVICES AND HALTS comprising – Rail Motors: 4 whole Edmondsons from the Sheerness - Leysdown line (1 dated – 3 undated, though some could have been used; 1 /), and 3 from Longfield Halt (1 dated); Halts: issued whole Edmondsons from Aylesham, Chislet, Kingsley, 2 x Mountfield, Sandhurst, Stone Crossing, Teston Crossing, and a 1st single from Waterloo to Longcross Halt (/). In addition, there are thin card issues from the Sheerness - Leysdown branch, High Rocks Halt, Tunbridge West/Hurst Green Halt to Oxted, and Chevening to Dunton Green. (19)£270
428NORTH METROPOLITAN TRAMWAYS COMPANY: Three early Whiting punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d blue (Nag’s Head and Finsbury Park – outside only : Canonbury Line), 2d white (Stamford Hill and Shoreditch Ch. / Weaver’s Arms and Norton Folgate) and 3d mauve (stages to City Boundary), together with a later 2d white issue (Stratford to Burdett Rd / Bow Bridge to Aldgate). In VGC. This company commenced operations in 1870 and closed down on 28/4/1908. (4)£160
429MAINLY ISSUED WHOLE EDMONDSONS comprising 3 x LNER, 1 N&S Joint, 1 SR, 78 BTC / BRB and 5 others, plus 15 BTC / BRB severed halves. Includes closed and unstaffed stations. (88wh; 15hlf)£45
430HUNDRED OF MANHOOD & SELSEY TRAMWAYS CO. LTD. A green thin card ticket for a journey at 7d, a grey single available between Chichester and Selsey at a fare of 1/- and a severed return half from Chichester to Selsey. This concern operated from 1897 to 1935. (2wh 1 hlf)£110
431GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY IN THE HOME COUNTIES: Issued singles from Cole Green (closed 18/6/1951), Dunstable Church St. (Bd), Hertford, Hitchin, Luton Hoo for New Mill End, Ramsey GN (cl. 6/10/1947), 3 x St. Albans GN (cl. 1/10/1951 – one is 1st class to St. Albans L&NW), Sandy. (10)£60
432KENT & EAST SUSSEX RAILWAY: A collection of 10 issued and 17 audit Edmondsons, 10 thin card issues, and 5 severed halves, together with an undated Southern Railway print from Robertsbridge TT to Bodiam. The issuing stations of the Edmondsons are Biddenden, Bodiam (including Hop Marketing Board single), Frittenden Road, Headcorn Jn., High Halden Road, Northiam, Robertsbridge Jn., Tenterden, and Tenterden Town. (38wh 5hlf)£30
433LONDON STREET TRAMWAYS COMPANY: Three post-Whiting named stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d brown available between 3 stages, including Holloway Road and Copenhagen St.; 1d orange available between 3 stages, including Nags Head and Brecknock, and a 2d green for use between Swain’s Lane & King’s Cross and Bull & Gate and Holborn, Generally in VGC, although one is slightly soiled and another has a small repair on the back. This concern opened in 1871 and was taken over by the North Metropolitan Tramways on 13/11/1897. (3)£25
434BELFAST STEAM SHIP CO. LTD. 145 mainly issued whole Edmondsons, many including rail journeys, with some dating back to 1902, together with 30 severed halves. (145wh 30hlf)£60
435LM&SR PLATFORM TICKET SELECTION, comprising T1A GLASGOW CENTRAL ST’N (3d pink – Admit to Platforms 1, 2 or 10); T1B Hamilton Central A; T2A Belmont, Bolton Great Moor St., Euston No.8, Farnworth & H. Moor, Kentish Town West, Leeds Well B, Leicester A; T2/3 Coventry No.3; T3A Bedford Mid Rd, Euston No.8, Hornchurch, Kentish Town; T3B Birkenhead Woodside No.3, Crewe (blue), Holyhead (mauve), Llandudno, Manchester Lon Rd No.3; T3C Inverness. (20)£290
436LIVERPOOL OVERHEAD RAILWAY CO (TRAMWAYS) geographic stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising a 1½d light brown covering 4 separate stages and a 3d mauve available between Great Crosby and Seaforth Sands Station. (2)£65
437LONDON TRANSPORT ‘ADMIT ONE PERSON FOR (AIR RAID) SHELTER’ TICKETS from Kings Cross P, Knightsbridge, Lambeth North, Lancaster Gate, Leicester Sq., Liverpool St., Maida Vale, Marble Arch, Marylebone, Mornington Cres., Notting Hill Gate C., Oval, Piccadilly Circus, Regents Park, Russell Square, St. Pauls, S. Kensington Picc., Swiss Cottage, Tooting Broadway, Warren Street. (20)£230
438CROYDON CORPORATION TRAMWAYS geographical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d white, 1½d cream, 2d blue and white Exchange, together with a CROYDON CORPORATION & LCC TRAMWAYS 1d white (16-18). A SOUTH METROPOLITAN ELECTRIC TRAMWAYS & LIGHTING CO, geographical 1d white, and 4 numeric stage tickets from SMET LTD. – 2d mauve, 3d brown x 2 x different 4d orange. In good / VGC. (10)£30
439GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY: Issued pre-Grouping whole Edmondsons from (generally major) stations in Gloucestershire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire, comprising Chalford, Cheltenham (issued in 1900 – prior to the opening of Malvern Road), Gloucester, 3 x Gloucester D, 2 x Gloucester U, 4 x Great Malvern, 4 x Hereford, Ledbury, Lydney, 2 x Malvern Link, 2 x Stonehouse, Stoulton, 5 x Stroud, 3 x Worcester F. St., 7 x Worcester SH, plus an undated two-piece 1st Excursion from Stroud to Cheltenham. (40)£160
440FRESHWATER, YARMOUTH & NEWPORT RAILWAY issued Parly 3rd single from Freshwater to Yarmouth (dated 22/7/1914). In VGC. (1)£170
441LONDON GENERAL OMNIBUS COMPANY LTD. A selection of 30 all different tickets issued on Services 1 to 9, comprising Service 1 – 1d; Service 2 – 7d; Service 3 – 2d, 2d Child, 5d; Service 5 – 1d; Service 5X – 1½d; Service 6 – 2 x 1d, 1½d, 2 x 2d, 3d: Service 7 – 3 x 1d, 2 x 3d; Service 8 – 3 x 1d, 1d Child, 2d; Service 9 – 3 x 1d, 2 x 2d, 4d. (30)£320
442CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS issued whole Edmondsons from Aberdovey, Aberystwyth, Barmouth, Brecon, Builth Wells, Harlech, Machynlleth (with audit code), Oswestry, together was an unused pre-dated excursion return from Penybontfawr, and an undated 1st single from Newtown. (10)£250
443LONDON TRANSPORT (BUSES) all different named-stage punch type BUS TICKETS from Route 175 in wartime and post-war periods. A selection of tickets is offered to show changes in stages and route patterns during the period covered. Condition is mostly good with some unusual / rare issues noted. See note at Lot 18. (63)£220
444SER/SE&CR selection of four scarce LUGGAGE LABELS: To Rainham LC&DR Via Strood; Waterloo to Ticehurst Road (grubby and laid to card); W to East Farleigh Via Main Line; C. St to Grove Park. The examples with Waterloo origin station are particularly rare. (4)£190
445METROPOLITAN RAILWAY issued PLATFORM TICKETS comprising T2A from Baker Street 1 Station (dated 1917 /), Uxbridge Station (year in date illegible /); and T2B Farringdon Street Station (dated 1927). (3)£280
446BOURNEMOUTH CORPORATION TRAMWAYS: A collection of 22 punch type TRAM TICKETS. Eight are by Bell Punch, London, or, have no imprint, but are of similar age; the remainder are by Bell Punch Uxbridge, most with month-year or four number imprints. In addition, there are 9 BOURNEMOUTH CORPORATION TRANSPORT SERVICES issues, 6 of which have a ‘T’ overprint denoting that they are for tram routes, and two pads of 24 prepaid tickets. Some of the tickets look similar, but there are differences in the printing. Four exact duplicates – 2 ‘Tramways’ and 2 ‘Transport’ – are also included (though 3 have different adverts). (37)£50
447GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY – NORTHERN HEIGHTS LINES: issued 1st, 2nd and 3rd singles from 2 x Alexandra Palace Station (1 dated 1879), 5 x Crouch End (1 dated 1869), East Finchley, Edgware, 2 x Finchley Church End, High Barnet, Highgate, Mill Hill, Muswell Hill, Totteridge, Woodside Park (dated 1883), Woodside Park for North Finchley, together with examples from Farringdon St. and Finsbury Park HL to Finchley Church End. (20)£110
448BIRMINGHAM CENTRAL TRAMWAYS COMPANY LIMITED CABLE ROUTE geographical stage 1d off white punch type TRAM TICKET. This concern was taken over by the City of Birmingham Tramways Co. on 29/9/1896. (1)£140
449NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY unissued 3rd single from Avonbridge to Causewayend (both closed 1/5/1930). In VGC apart from a little fading on the right side. (1)£55
450Corris Railway: An issued blue 3rd single from Aberllefeni to Machynlleth, dated 28/6/1928? In VGC apart from a little Bd from mounting. The line was absorbed by the GWR on 4/8/1930 and closed to passenger traffic on 1/1/1931. (1)£280
451LONDON PUNCH TYPE TRAM AND TROLLEYBUS TICKETS: A small collection, mounted in a ring binder, comprising LCC TRAMWAYS (20), LPTB / LT TRAMWAYS (55), LPTB / LT TROLLEYBUSES (37) – almost all named stage issues – together with 7 MET / LUT numeric stage issues. A number of high value singles and returns are included. (119)£60
452A BOX CONTAINING OVER 1,000 ISSUED AND AUDIT WHOLE EDMONDSONS. Pre-Nat., BR, Irish, and Preserved / minor lines are included, as well as a few Platform tickets. The lot also contains several hundred severed halves, a few non-Edmondsons, and three North Eastern Railway contract tickets. (Qty)£320
453A BIRMINGHAM TRAM AND BUS TICKET SELECTION comprising The City of Birmingham Tramways Co. Ltd. (3 – two in poor condition), Birmingham Corporation Tramways (44), Birmingham Corporation Tramways & Omnibus Dept (141), Birmingham City Transport (93 punch and c.170 Ultimates), The Birmingham & Midland Motor Omnibus Co, Ltd. (40). There is a lot of duplication in fare values, but if you are interested in adverts on the backs, then you will find an extensive range. Includes interesting wartime adverts. (Qty)£110
454A BOX OF OVER 4,800 ULTIMATIC TICKETS. Examples from all regions; a little duplication. (Qty)£100
455LONDON TRANSPORT (BUSES): Approx. 450 all different geographical punch type BUS TICKETS, mainly from the early post-war period with large value overprints, and from numerous routes between 1 and 251. Includes fares between 1d and 9d. Mostly in good condition. (Qty)£210
456SOUTHERN RAILWAY: A box of approximately 400 severed halves, including around 150 transitional prints. Contains some interesting types. (Qty)£45
457A BOX OF APPROXIMATELY 750 BR WHOLE EDMONDSONS: Around 270 are standard tickets, both issued and audit, which include closed stations and interesting types, such as ‘Worker on the Land’, as well as rail tour and regulation tickets. There is also a batch of 40 free passes and over 400 NCR21 issues. (Qty)£300
458WATERLOO & CITY RAILWAY: An album containing a comprehensive collection of tickets used on ‘The Drain’ from pre-grouping times to (almost) the present day. The breakdown is W&C RAILWAY – 6 Edmondsons, 59 thin card; L&SWR – 4 Edmondsons; SR – 2 Edmondsons, 106 thin card and machine issues; BR – 154 various machine issues; LT – 5. In addition, there are photocopies of prints not in the collection, plus detailed notes and correspondence. (Qty)£200
459GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY: A collection of over 750 pre-nationalisation severed halves. Includes a variety of types and closed station. (Qty)£75
460PRE-NATIONALISATION JOINT LINES: A selection of 200 audit tickets from the CLC, E&CH, GC&MJ, GC&NSJ, GW&GCJ, GW&LMSJ, H&OJ, LMS&GWJ, MSJ&A, M&GNJ, N&SJ, OA&GBJ, O&IJ, S&GWJ, S&KJ, S&DJ, SYJ, VofTJ. Many interesting types and closed stations noted. (Qty)£160
461BRITISH RAILWAYS: A collection of approx. 400 whole Edmondsons for BUS / RAIL journeys / Omnibus Exchange. Mainly audit, but includes interesting issued examples and closed stations. (Qty)£150
462DELVER’S DELIGHT of mostlyUK and foreign rail tickets together with a few bus tickets. A large box containing c.2,000 whole and half Edmondsons (including BR and one or two pre-Nat /pre-Group and LT) plus card and paper tickets and a wide variety of modern computer issues. Too many too list. Duplication possible. (Qty)£90
463PROVINCIAL BUS OPERATORS: A collection of over 1,100 punch tickets, including 480 from Welsh operators (mainly unused), 230 Bristol T&CC and 350 Hants & Dorset. Minor duplication. (Qty)£20
464BR / BTC / BRB: Approximately 600 issued and audit whole Edmondsons from most parts of the system. Includes closed stations. (Qty)£350
465SOUVENIR PLATFORM TICKETS: A comprehensive collection, loose mounted in a quality album, covering most of the varieties issued between 1962 and 1998. There are 143 Edmondsons and 46 in other formats. Some lesser-known examples are included, which are hard to come by nowadays. (189)£100
466A COLLECTION OF 2,000 TO 3,000 BUS TICKETS primarily Ultimates and Setrights (both insert and roll), but there is also a good number of Bellgraphics, a few TIMs and sundry other issues. Includes some early prints. A wide variety of companies, with little apparent duplication. (Qty)£110
467A SWEET TUB containing around 375 whole Edmondsons, together with a quantity of halves and miscellaneous thin card and paper tickets. Includes Pre-Nat / BR / minor railways / Irish / overseas. Some interesting issued examples from closed stations are included, such as Burrelton, Madderty and Almondbank, while there are 23 audit CIE tickets from Waterford and Tramore. Some of the tickets, however, have Bd from previous mounting, while a few have the backing paper detached, though this can be easily glued back. (Qty)£130
468BR (S). Approx 250 mainly issued 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)£110
469AN OXO CUBE TIN OF LUGGAGE LABELS. Mainly LBSC from Newhaven / Newhaven Wharf (Type L42), Newhaven Harbour and Victoria, with heavy duplication of some destinations. A smaller quantity of L&SW labels, mainly from Waterloo, and a few other odds and ends are included, again with duplication of destinations. (Qty)£110
470LM&SR: A collection of over 500 severed halves. Includes a variety of types and closed stations. (Qty)£75
471LONDON TRANSPORT BUSES: A collection of over 1,400 punch type BUS TICKETS covering a variety of routes and fare values – although there is inevitably some duplication. Also included are small numbers of LT school passes. London rail tickets and provincial bus tickets. The proceeds of this lot are being donated to charity. (Qty)£28
472DELVER’S DELIGHT of UK and foreign rail and bus tickets. A large box containing c.1,000 – c.2,000 whole and half Edmondsons (including BR and one or two pre-Nat /pre-Group and LT) plus card and paper tickets and a wide variety of modern computer issues. Too many too list. Duplication possible. Also includes a small amount of rail and bus ephemera and some old OS Maps. (Qty)£85
473BR (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)£110
474LNER: Approximately 350 issued and audit whole Edmondsons. Includes some interesting types (e.g. Camping Party) and closed stations. (Qty)£210
475A LARGE BOX OF MAINLY PUNCH TYPE BUS TICKETS: Most, though not all, are unissued and a considerable number have come from T&FCS and TTS distributions. However, some of these go back to 1960 and none appear to have been distributed later than 1983. 7 complete pads of tickets and 7 rolls are also included. Certainly worth a closer look. (Qty)£30
476BR / BTC / BRB: A collection of approximately 500 WHOLE EDMONDSONS. Mostly issued, with little apparent duplication. No NCR21s. Closed stations noted. (Qty)£300
477A SHOE BOX OF ROAD AND ROAD / RAIL TICKETS consisting mainly of large card and paper tickets from various periods. Covers both London and the provinces. Needs to be examined. (Qty)£35
478BR / BTC / BRB SEASON TICKETS: A collection of 230 large card tickets covering the period from the early 1950s to the mid-1980s, the majority being issued in the late 60s and 70s. Some transitional prints are included and all appear to be from different issuing points. (Qty)£50
479APTIS AND OTHER MACHINE ISSUES: A collection of some 3,000 mainly APTIS tickets, some segregated by type, but also including a selection of INTIS and Omniprinter tickets, as well as the less common Agiticket and Autelca. Will enhance any collection of these types of ticket. (Qty)£90
480SOUTHERN RAILWAY: A box containing over 750 severed halves. Includes transitional prints, interesting types, and a few closed stations. (Qty)£50
481BR (M) SOUTHPORT, MERSEYSIDE, THE WIRRAL AND CHESTER: Approx. 215 whole Edmond-sons of which two-thirds are issued. Includes 14 different tickets titled ‘The Rly Exec / LMR’ from the former Mersey Railway, and 11 to LOR stations. A number of closed stations are also included. There is a little duplication in the audit tickets. (Qty)£75
482DELVER’S DELIGHT of UK and foreign rail and bus tickets. A large box containing c.2,000 – c.3,000 whole and half Edmondsons (including BR and one or two pre-Nat /pre-Group and LT) plus card and paper tickets and a wide variety of modern computer issues. Too many too list. Duplication possible. (Qty)£80
483OVERSEAS SEVERED HALF EDMONDSONS: In excess of 2,000 tickets from most parts of the world, mainly pre-1950s, some dating back to the early 1890s. Companies include SAR, Gold Coast Rly, RR, CFLM, Tanganyika Rlys, Uganda Rly, Kenya & Uganda Rly, Beira Ry, NCCR, Cape Govt, Rly, Cape Central Rly, SNCFT, PLM, Etat, Est, Nord, WAGR, QR, QGR, Mount LM&R, NZR, Ceylon Govt, Rly, Iraqi State, Iraqi Republic, SIR, GIPR, GIR, BBC&I, Assam Light, QM&C, DUK Rly, Ontario Northern, Northern Alberta, CNR, CPR (Qty)£100
484BR / BTC / BRB: A collection of approximately 500 mostly issued WHOLE EDMONDSONS. All different – no NCR21s. Closed stations noted. (Qty)£620
485LONDON TRANSPORT (BUSES): Approx. 450 all different geographical punch type BUS TICKETS, mainly from the early post-war period with small value overprints, and from numerous routes between 1 and 251. Includes fares between 1d and 11½d. Mostly in good condition. (Qty)£110
486A SHOE BOX CONTAINING SOME 3,000 BR MACHINE ISSUES, mainly comprising NCR21, Multiprinter, Flexiprinter and Ultimatics (the latter include c.250 severed halves). Some are sorted by type. The odd closed station noted. (Qty)£180
487LONDON PASSENGER TRANSPORT BOARD/LT: Approximately 100 issued whole Edmondsons dated in the 1930s and 1940s, together with around 500 similarly-titled thin card machine issues from the same period and 100 Ultimatics. (Qty)£170
488GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY: A collection of over 800 pre-nationalisation severed halves. Includes a variety of types and closed stations. Road / water journeys are well covered, while over 100 tickets are from West Country stations (Qty)£150
489RAIL TICKETS FROM THE AMERICAS: Around 300 Edmondsons, plus a quantity of thin card/paper tickets. The former are mainly from South America, with Brazil and Argentina particularly well represented. There is duplication of companies, but no apparent duplication of prints. Most are from the 1960s and 70s, but there are a few earlier prints. The majority of paper tickets are from the USA. (Qty)£110
490LNER: A collection of 200 whole Edmondsons of which one third are issued and the remainder audit. Includes closed stations. (200)£170
491BR EDMONDSONS: Approx. 500 issued and audit ‘standard’ tickets, mainly from open stations but including some less-common types, together with c.110, Multiprinter / Flexiprinter, 120 NCR21, and around 100 severed halves and machine issues. (Qty)£70
492A SHOE BOX OF OVERSEAS RAIL TICKETS OF ALL TYPES. Strong on France, but includes some quite early prints and half a dozen PLATFORM TICKETS. A couple of Palestine Railway tickets noted, plus a severed half from India issued in 1883 and one from the Cape Government Railway. (Qty)£130
493BR (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)£90
494A DELVER’S DELIGHT shoebox of BUS TICKETS. Strong on Ultimates, but punch, Setrights, TIM and large card tickets also noted. (Qty)£90
495PRESERVED AND MINOR RAILWAYS. A box of mainly Edmondson tickets from a wide range of concerns – including some of the lesser known ones. Also included are a few tickets from cliff railways and modern tram / light railway systems. (Qty)£70
496A BOX OF APPROX 2,500 NCR 21 tickets, the majority of which are from the1970s. Includes a number of blank card issues to non-Southern Region destinations and some interesting types. Minimal duplication (Qty)£250
497LARGE CARD SEASON TICKETS, RUNABOUTS AND PASSES: A collection of 40 Pre-Nat and 300 BR issues. The latter include duplicate stations of origin, though few examples of duplicate destinations. The lot, however, also includes transitional prints and closed stations. (Qty)£270
498BR (S). Approx 250 mainly issued 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)£80
499LPTB AND LT SEASON TICKETS AND CAPITALCARDS; An excellent selection contained in two albums, covering the period from 1934 to c.1987. There could almost be a full range of the latter. (Qty)£150
500AND FINALLY ….. A 5-REAM PAPER BOX FULL OF MAINLY RAIL TICKETS – Pre-Nat / BR / Preserved / overseas – but also some bus and shipping. The majority of tickets are Edmondsons, with most sorted into small packets. (Qty)£320