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|19||PLYMOUTH, DEVONPORT & SOUTH WESTERN JUNCTION RAILWAY: A framed Excess Fare Receipt for a journey from Gunnislake to Callington on 18/12/1911. The ticket is in good condition, and is not stuck down. (1)||Call|
|56||CROYDON CORPORATION & LCC TRAMWAYS named stage punch type TRAM TICKETS for use on Routes 16-18, comprising 1d, 2d, 3d, 4d, 5d, and 6d (smaller print), together with a 1d Mid-day, 2d Cheap Fare, 2d Workmen, and 3d Workmen’s Return. (10)||Call|
|73||LONDON INDEPENDENT BUS OPERATORS: Geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from A.T. Bennett & Co. Ltd. (Service 538), Birch Bros. (Service 526), Cambrian Coaching & Goods Transport Ltd. (Routes 268 & 286), City Motor Omnibus Co. Ltd. (Route 536), Commonwealth Omnibus Co., 2 x Dangerfield Overground Service (one PB 629), Enterprise Bus Co., New Era Omnibus Co. Ltd., C.H. Pickup (Service 70 /), Premier Omnibus Co. Ltd., and Redburn's Motor Services, Ltd. (Service 69A). The lot also includes numbered stage issues from Admiral Omnibus Co., Biss Bros, Cambrian Coaching & Goods Transport Ltd., Meteor Buses, Overground Omnibuses, C.H.P., Premier Omnibus Co. Ltd., and Westminster Omnibus Co. Ltd. (20)||Call|
|388||GLASGOW CORPORATION TRAMWAYS: Three unusual card tickets comprising an Admission Ticket for the GCT (Swimming Section) Annual Gala on 29/7/1924, a Tea Ticket for use at the official opening of Tramway’s Football Club ground at Parkhead on 2/9/1924, and a plain ticket simply inscribed “tea”, but probably dating from around the same period. (3)||Call|
|414||GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY type G33/2 printed origin LUGGAGE LABELS on white paper: Downham to Godmanchester, Downham to Long Sutton Via Lynn; plus type G36/2 printed origin on blue paper: Ipswich to Banbury via Cambridge and L&NW (slight ragged edge), Ipswich to Birmingham via Cambridge and L&NW. Mostly VGC. (4)||Call|