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Catalogue - Ticket Auction 26 January 2013

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LotDescription  
1THE HIGHGATE HILL TRAMWAYS LIMITED 1d buff punch type geographical TRAM TICKET for the journey Archway Tavern to Highgate and vice versa in excellent condition. This was a 3’ 6” gauge cable drawn tramway opened in May 1884 and closed in August 1909. This ticket was issued after August 1896 when the company assumed the “Limited” company status which followed a period of insolvency incurred by the Highgate Hill Tramway Company. (1)£60Lot 1
2LAMBOURN VALLEY RAILWAY undated 2nd class Sgl Stockcross to Newbury in excellent condition.. Stockcross opened 2/4/1898 and was renamed Stockcross & Bagnor at an unknown date soon thereafter. The line closed in January 1960 (1)£100Lot 2
3GREAT NORTH OF SCOTLAND RAILWAY (Deeside Section) issued blank Dog Ticket Sgl from Aberdeen made out to Ballater @ (dated 12/8/1873) in VGC apart from a crease through the serial number. A rare issue with the “Deeside Section” subtitle. (1)£270Lot 3
4LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY type L91/2 LUGGAGE LABEL to Portswood. The station opened 3/5/1861, re-sited in 1866 and renamed St Denys 1/1/1876. VGC. (1)£50Lot 4
5ISLE OF WIGHT RAILWAY 3rd Sgl Bembridge to Ventnor on buff card dated 16/8/1918 in excellent condition. (1)£60Lot 5
6CAMBORNE & REDRUTH ELECTRIC TRAMWAYS (URBAN ELECTRIC SUPPLY Co Ltd) 1½d buff geographical punch type TRAM TICKET covering all stages over the entire length of the line. This was the only tramway in Cornwall opening on 7/11/1902, and closed on 29/9/1927. VGC. (1)£30Lot 6
7BAKER STREET & WATERLOO RAILWAY issued whole Edmondson tickets from or to renamed or closed stations: Great Central (renamed 15/4/1917) to Waterloo, Oxford Circus Subway to Trafalgar Square (renamed 12/9/1976), Piccadilly Circus to Embankment (Charing Cross) (renamed 6/4/1914) Trafalgar Square or Oxford Circus (with bold station numbers) (/), Trafalgar Square to Great Central, Westminster Bridge Road (renamed 15/4/1917) to Russell Square King’s Cross or York Road (closed 19/9/1932). Mostly VGC. (5)£70Lot 7
8G TOWN geographical punch type HORSEBUS TICKET 1d green printed by Williamson for the Heene to Broadwater route in the town of Worthing, Sussex. VGC apart from the remains of a mount on the back. (1)£30Lot 8
9) LONDON BRIGHTON & SOUTH COAST RAILWAY 3rd class Sgl from Bramber to West Brighton (dated 27/6/1890) and a Parliamentary Sgl from Steyning to Cliftonville (dated 4/5/1880). Cliftonville was renamed West Brighton on 1/7/1879, Hove & West Brighton on 1/10/1894 and finally became Hove on 1/7/1895. VGC. (2)£40Lot 9
10GREAT WESTERN & RHYMNEY RAILWAYS JOINT issued 3rd class Parly Sgl Dowlais to Bedlinog (dated 1899) in VGC but with a couple of small marks on front. (1)£270Lot 10
11WEST METROPOLITAN TRAM-WAYS COMPANY. Two 2d geo-graphical punch type TRAM TICKETS, one for a journey from Richmond to Kew Bridge (Sundays and Public Holidays), slightly faded, and another from Hammersmith Broadway to Kew Bridge with minor edge fading on one side. (2)£65Lot 11
12GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY early issued 1st class Sgls from King’s Cross London to Middlesboro’ (dated 23/1/1873) and from Moorgate Street to Finsbury Park (dated 29/5/1873 (/), an early widened lines issue. The GNR station opened in 1868 just a few years earlier, and renamed Moorgate in 1924. (2)£60Lot 12
13LGOC (4) and LPTB (73) fareboard geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from Services 37 to 39. All different. (77)£65 
14SCOTTISH PRE-GROUPING and Joint Lines LUGGAGE LABELS comprising Dundee & Arbroath Joint (2), Portpatrick & Wigtownshire Joint (2-1 is a parcel label), GNSR (47), Highland (31 including early types), G&SWR (47 including 1 parcel label). All different. Most labels are in good condition, but have been pasted onto paper mounts which have then been placed into plastic sleeves. It will be possible for the labels to be soaked off the mounts with care. (129)£80Lot 14
15LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd class Sgl Amesbury to Porton via Newton Tony Curve (dated 1907) in VGC. Amesbury closed 30/6/1951952 Porton 9/9/1968. (1)£210Lot 15
16DUNDEE CITY TRAMWAYS sel-ection of all different geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS at ½d, 1d, 1½d and 2d fares. Mostly VGC, but four have remains of previous mounting on backs. (8)£50Lot 16
17HUDDERSFIELD TO MAN-CHESTER AND PENISTONE: Issued whole comprising L&YR – 3rd single Huddersfield to Holmfirth; LM&SR – from Brockholes (insert advert), Clayton West (insert advert), Holmfirth, Honley, Hudd-ersfield (to Berry Brow), and Saddleworth; BR – from Brock-holes, Clayton West, Diggle, Droylesden, Golcar, Greenfield, Holmfirth, Honley, Huddersfield (to Lockwood), Lockwood, Longwood & Milnsbridge (iu), Manchester Exchange, Marsden, Miles Platting, Mossley, Park Lancs., Saddleworth (iu), and Slaithwaite. The lot also includes a Day Excursion from Northorpe North Road to Denby Dale for the “Denby Dale Big Pie Day” on 5/9/1964. (26)£80 
18LONDON HORSEBUS ASSOC-IATION all different geographical punch type HORSEBUS TICKETS comprising ½d, 1d, 1½d. 2d, 3d and 4d fares. Slight (Bd) on four issues, good otherwise. (10)£100Lot 18
19GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY issued Parly 3rd class Sgl Handsworth to Hockley Stn (dated 23/7/1884). Slight (Bd) good otherwise. (1)£55Lot 19
20CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS issued Sgls comprising 1st Sgl Aberystwyth to Borth, 3rd Parly Barmouth to Barmouth Jun, 3rd Parly Portmadoc to London (Euston) (dated 1873), 3rd Llwyngwril to Barmouth Junction. All in VGC. (4)£100Lot 20
21LCC TRAMS pre-1918 Return and Exchange geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 3d blue Two Journey, 2d green Workmen’s Return (a little worn), 2d brown Workmen’s, 3d blue Return, no value grey Workmen’s Exchange (“2” overprint), 4d yellow Return (slight wear). Mostly good condition. (6)£100Lot 21
22LB&SCR: A small collection comprising 16 whole (including two reconstructed returns) and 11 severed half Edmondsons. Parliamentary, 1st, 2nd and 3rd class, Excess, Dog and Bicycle types included. (16wh 11hlf)£110Lot 22
23GREEN LINE COACHES LIMITED geographical punch type BUS TICKETS comprising 1/6dcream Brookman’s Park – Reigate, 1/9d green Egham The Ship – Dartford, 1/9d green two-part return London & Bushey; plus LONDON TRANSPORT (COACHES) three 6d orange fareboards (code D110, D133 and D81) plus return tickets at 2/6d for the Hertford Car Park – Cobham White Lion and 2/9d Aylesbury – Norbury Station. Two of the 6d tickets have slight (/), good otherwise. (8)£80Lot 23
24LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY early print coloured LUGGAGE LABELS. On green paper type L91/4: Bristol Via Templecombe and Bath, Matlock Bath Via Evercreech; blue L91/1: Broad Clist, Semley, Whimple; L91/3: Fremington, Shapwick,; L91/4: Andover Junc, Bath via Temple-combe, Broadclyst, Chand’s Ford, Clatford, Collumpton, Devonport, Dunbridge, Farnboro’, Fullerton B, Godalming (New), Havant (rough top edge), Instow, Leatherhead, Lymington Pier, Masbury, Netley, Okehampton, Pylle (poor), Romsey, St Denys, Sampford Courtney, Sidmouth Junc, Stalbridge, Stock-bridge, Teignmouth, Temple-combe, Thames Ditton, Torre, Winchfield, Witley, Woodbury Rd., Wrafton, Yeoford, Yeovil Junc. All VGC except where otherwise noted. (46)£230Lot 24
25LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAIL-WAY issued 2nd class Sgl Birkdale to Southport. The date is unclear, but could be 1890. The ticket is a pre-1889 print. VGC. (1)£210Lot 25
26SOUTHWOLD RAILWAY undated whole comprising 1st class Excursion Rtn Walberswick to Aldeburgh and 3rd class Fortnightly Ticket Extended to Tourist Sgl Southwold to Liverpool St. Both items in good condition. (2)£90Lot 26
27AFRICAN EDMONDSONS: A small collection from former British territories: Gold Coast (10 plus three severed halves), Ghana (15, including two Ultimatics), Nigeria (17, plus two blank cards with the later “NRC” title and including a Platform Ticket), and Sierra Leone (13 including a Platform Ticket). Condition generally OK, but a few are sub-standard. (57wh 3hlf)£95 
28LT BUSES geographical punch type BUS TICKETS with thin stage initial letters from routes 27 to 62. All different. (50)£30 
29RYDE NEWPORT & COWES RAILWAY: a severed half Ed-mondson 3rd. class return Newport to Ryde St. John’s Rd (outward portion). Slight back damage, clearly dated April 1886. The line, which opened in December 1875, was amalgamated to form the Isle of Wight Central Railway in July 1887. (1hlf)£150Lot 29
30LONDON CHATHAM & DOVER RAILWAY issued 3rd Sgls Bickley to Beckenham Junc and Canterbury to Faversham. Both in VGC despite a little fading on the Bickley example. (2)£85Lot 30
31GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY: WISBECH & UPWELL TRAMWAY 4d buff 3rd class punch type ticket printed for full journey between Wisbech and Upwell. Good used condition. (1)£110Lot 31
32GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY all issued pre- and post-Grouping whole from Crynant, Culham, Devonport, Didcot (to Steventon) (/), Dolgelley, Dowlais Central, Ealing Broadway (to Drayton Green Halt), East Acton (/), Ely Main Line, Evesham (/), Ford (Devon) (/), Frome, Gileston, Goring & Streatley, Great Malvern, Hand-borough, Hatton, Hayes & Harlington, Heathfield (to Chudleigh), Helston. (20)£130Lot 32
33NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY: 80 issued severed halves. Includes closed stations such as Auchtermuchty, Chirnside, Craig-lockhart, Dalkeith, Drumshoreland, Duddingston, Galashiels, Gullane, Hawick, Kirkintilloch, Leven, Longtown, Peebles, Philpstoun, Portobello, Tayport, and Trinity, and types such as Pleasure Party, Saturday Return, Volunteer, and Week End. (80hlf)£250 
34SER/SE&CR album of loose mounted LUGGAGE LABELS offering a huge variety of types and colours. The vendor has gone to some trouble to sort them into type order, starting with odd and early types, before later types as listed in RPS1. All different and a number of scarcities noted. Two parcels labels are included in the total. VGC. (165)£130Lot 34
35DUBLIN & SOUTH EASTERN & CITY OF DUBLIN JOINT RAILWAYS issued 3rd Revised Fare Sgl Tara Street to Westland Row (dated 1923). Together with issued whole Edmondsons with D&SER heading all from Blackrock, including a return (badly (/)). (5)£30Lot 35
36PLYMOUTH CORPORATION TRAMWAYS 1d blue, 1d white, 1½d mauve geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS plus two further issues for bus services and another titled “Plymouth Corporation Omnibuses” covering the transitional period after the introduction of the corporation’s own bus services prior to eventual closure of the tramway system on 29/9/1945. (6)£50Lot 36
37BR (ALL REGIONS) all issued Sgls all from closed stations: Bakewell, Blackford Hill, Bramber (Last Day), Criaglockhart, Crumlin High Level. Gorgie East, Goudhurst (Trans), Hunstanton, Leicester (Central), Llong, Mildenhall, Newington, Pades-wood & B., Postland, Rhuddlan, Rugby (Central), Ruthin, St Asaph, St Boswells, Saltfleetby, Southrey, Spey Bay (Trans), Swaffham, Trefnant (Trans), Wendling. (25)£120 
38GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY MOTOR OMNIBUSES 1/6d green punch type BUS TICKET for the Penzance – Land’s End service in good condition. The service comm.-enced in July 1904 initially to St Just, later permanently to Lands End. (1)£220Lot 38
39SWISS RAILWAYS: Mainly pre-war Edmondsons, some dating back to the 1900s; all are horizontally-printed singles. (42)£180Lot 39
40LONDON BRIGHTON & SOUTH COAST RAILWAY issued 2nd Sgl New Croydon (renamed 1/6/1909) to Streatham Hl indistinctly dated but could be 1883. VGC. (1)£50Lot 40
41HASLINGDEN CORPORATION TRAMWAYS geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d blue Scholars Ticket for the route Baxenden to Lockgate and 1d primrose Child Ticket over the same route. This 2.9 mile line closed on 30/4/1930. Both items in VGC. (2)£50Lot 41
42SE&CR: A small collection comp-rising eight whole and 11 severed half Edmondsons; also a rather sub-standard PLATFORM TICKET from Ravensbourne, and severed halves with joint titles. Finally, there are two whole and two halves with SER title. (11wh 9hlf)£60 
43UK “WATER AND FERRY” TICKETS. Selection of issued and unissued whole Edmondsons from a variety of companies including LNWR, SR, LNER, LMSR, BR, MacBraynes, S&IofW SP Co, GSN, Burns & Laird, B&I, Victory Pleasure (GWR print), etc. Wide selection of routes and types. All different. (110)£60 
44LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY special print LUGGAGE LABELS all from “Euston Station London” and “via Kingstown” to Irish destinations: L67/1 in yellow frame to Banbridge (GN(I) Ry), to Dungannon (GN(I) Ry) and to Lisburn (GNI(I) Ry); L67/4 in green frame to Woodlawn (MGW Ry). All in VGC. (4)£210Lot 44
45LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd class Sgl Blae-nau Festiniog to Betts y Coed (dated 1884)in excellent condition. (1)£30Lot 45
46THE METROPOLITAN ELECTRIC TRAMS/TRAMWAYS Ltd all different geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d blue (5 – 1 has paper damage) 1d white (1), 1½d green (1), 2d white (1), 3d blue (1), lilac Exchange (1). Mostly good/ VGC, but five have some (Bd). (10).£70Lot 46
47LONDON BRIGHTON & SOUTH COAST RAILWAY all issued Sgls (1st class): Angmering For East Preston & Rustington, Glynde; (2nd class): Dormans, Haywards Hth; (3rd class): Ashtead, Bognor, Box Hill & Bur B., Brighton, Croydon West, Dorking, Dormans, Eastbourne, Lingfield, Littlehampton, Ockley & Capel, Oxted, Shoreham, Southwater, Tun-bridge Wells, West Worthing. All in good/VGC. (20)£170 
48THE NATIONAL OMNIBUS & TRANSPORT COMPANY Ltd selection of geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from Watford Area services comprising 1d, 2d, 3d and Exchange issues. Together with a jointly titled ticket from National Omnibus & Transport Co Ltd & Associated Companies showing stage numbers only. (5)£100Lot 48
49GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY issued 1st class Sgl Seven Sisters to Bishopsgate (dated 1/2/1973) on yellow card in VGC apart from a small stain affecting one serial number only. Bishopsgate, the original London terminus of the GER closed 1/11/ 1875 when Liverpool Street station opened. Bishopsgate Low Level replaced the original station above it. (1)£40Lot 49
50MIDLAND RAILWAY Government Class Sgl Holbeck to Leeds (Wellington) (dated 23/8/1873). The ticket is lightly overstamped front and back with the name of the original collector, but this does not detract from a rare example in VGC other-wise. (1)£65Lot 50
51THE JERSEY RAILWAYS & TRAMWAYS issued 1st class Sgl from Don Bridge to St Helier’s dated 21/1/1919 and in excellent condition. Don Bridge opened in 1884. Both stations closed with the rest of the line on 30/9/1936. (1)£100Lot 51
52NEW SOUTH WALES GOVERN-MENT RAILWAYS selection of Edmondson cards from country and suburban lines issued between 1954 and 1987 at 70 different stations arranged alphabetically from Adamstown to Lismore. A good variety of different types and colours nearly all in VGC. See also Lot 322. (70)£65 
53THOMAS TILLING Ltd selection of geographical and numerical stage BUS TICKETS from London Area routes including ½dyellow Lewisham Obelisk – St James Church (Deptford), 1d whites (3) for routes Burnt Ash Road (Lewisham) – Gracechurch Street, Plough Dulwich – Liverpool Street, Lee Green – Croydon Road Penge. The remain-der are numerical stage issues, but some have conveniently been inscribed with issuing dates, service numbers and, in couple of cases, the bus. (14)£85Lot 53
54BRISTOL & EXETER RAILWAY selection of all different LUGGAGE LABELS of types B31(i), B31(ii) and B32 to a wide variety of destinations including Congresbury, Chippenham, Durston, Falmouth, Langport, Ilminster, Leamington, Milverton, Molland, Penzance, Totnes, Watchet, Worle, Yatton, etc. One or two with slight defects, good mostly. (35)£50Lot 54
55LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd class Sgl Bournemouth East to Milton (both stations long renamed) (dated 4/3/1892) in excellent condition. (1)£160Lot 55
56THE ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE COR-PORATION TRAMWAYS geograph-ical punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising ½d and 1d buff issues, plus jointly titled with Manchester Corporation at 1d, 2d, 2½d and 3d, and finally jointly titled with Stalybridge Hyde Mossley & Dukinfield Tramways (1 geographical and 3 numericals (these have “& Motors” in title). Mostly VGC. (10)£80Lot 56
57PRE-LPTB UNDERGROUND TICKETS: 12 (and five severed halves) from the City & South London Ry, six from the London Electric Ry, and 11 (and two halves) from the Central London Ry. Most are Edmondsons, but the totals include a handful of machine issues. A few are in sub-standard condition, but most are good. (29wh 9hlf)£140 
58EAST SURREY TRACTION Co Ltd & LGOC jointly titled geographical punch type BUS TICKETS for Service 99C comprising 1½d mauve, 2d, 4d and 8d buff issues for journeys between Erith and Dartford. The 8d issue is a little worn, VGC mostly. (4)£55Lot 58
59THAMES STEAMBOATS WHOLE EDMONDSON TICKETS. THE THAMES STEAMBOAT Co (1897) Ltd two single tickets one blue for Greenwich to London Bridge sailing, the other cream for London Bridge Old Swan to Greenwich at 1d fare. Plus CITY STEAMBOAT COMPANY pale mauve single from Kew to Old Swan Pier (London Bridge) dated July 1914. All in VGC. (3)£90Lot 59
60COLNE VALLEY & HALSTEAD RAILWAY issued 3rd class Sgl Birdbrook to Halstead (dated 1918) . VGC. (1)£190Lot 60
61LONDON UNITED TRAMWAYS selection of punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising two early 1d white geographicals from Hamm-ersmith – Kew Bridge and Shep-herd’s Bush – Hounslow routes, a later 4d green from the Uxbridge – Hammersmith route, plus four num-erical issues from Fulwell covering the trolleybus conversion period and two return issues and a Rail Exchange Ticket Mostly VGC. (10)£55Lot 61
62LB&SCR collection of severed halves from a wide range of stations and types dating from 1870s-1920s. No duplication. (84hlf)£70 
63COLCHESTER CORPORATION all different geographical punch type BUS TICKETS comprising ½d buff (2), 1d white (4), 1½d orange (4), 2d “Workspeople Return” (1), 2½d blue (2), 3d mauve, plus a 2d green numerical and a two-part 6d grey Return ticket (unused). (16)£65 
64PRE-GROUPING selection of LUGGAGE LABELS comprising CK&PR (15 including 1 parcel label), Furness (7), MSJ&AR (2-both parcels labels), Macclesfield Committee (1 parcel label), MS&LR (4), Maryport & Carlisle (5 including 1 parcel label), North Staffs (47). All different. Most labels are in good condition, but have been pasted onto paper mounts which have then been placed into plastic sleeves. It will be possible for the labels to be soaked off the mounts with care. (81)£160Lot 64
65SOUTH EASTERN & CHATHAM & DOVER RAILWAYS issued 3rd class Sgl Chatham to Strood S.E. (dated 1899) plus SE&CR headed 3rd class Sgl Sandwich to Deal. Both in VGC. (2)£55Lot 65
66HALIFAX CORPORATION TRAMS/ TRAMWAYS selection of punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 1½d and 6d (Town Terminus-Hebden Bridge) green geographicals, plus 11 different numerical stage issues including three Workmen returns. (13)£80Lot 66
67PRE-LPTB Underground issued whole and half Edmondsons comprising examples from Central London Railway (5), C&SLR including whole Rtn for Africa & The East Exhibition London Bridge to Angel (pre-dated 3/7/1909) etc; GN&CR (1); GNP&BR (1), plus 38 halves. (10wh 38hlf)£120Lot 67
68LONDON TRANSPORT selection of punch type BUS TRAM & TROLLEYBUS TICKETS with a majority of large and small fare overprint bus geographicals noted from a variety of services. All appear to be different and mostly VGC. (300)£30 
69INDIA: Eastern Ry (30) and South Eastern Railway (30): interesting selection of Edmondsons, includ-ing a number of unusual types. (60)£30 
70LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY 1st, 2nd and 3rd class issued whole all from the various issuing points at Waterloo to a wide variety of destinations including Ryde Esplanade, Collingbourne, Hampton Wick (front dated 1894), Sunningdale, Walton (1st and 3rd, the latter front dated 1891), Wareham, Warnham, etc, plus Pram Go Cart or Bike Sgl to Fratton, etc., and a colourful Dog Sgl Waterloo to Yeovil (dated 1892). Mostly VGC. (15)£95Lot 70
71DUBLIN SOUTHERN DISTRICT TRAMWAYS COMPANY 5d buff named stage TRAM TICKET for the journey Nelson’s Pillar – Dalkey in VGC. The tramway opened on 11/3/1879 and was taken over on 28/9/1896. The ticket could well date from the horse/steam haulage era. (1)£20Lot 71
72GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY mostly post-Grouping issued, audit and undated whole Edmondsons from most parts of the system. All appear to be different. Condition varies, mostly good. (100)£120 
73DERBY CORPORATION TRAM-WAYS geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 1½d buff and 2d mauve, together with punch type BUS TICKETS with “Derby Corporation Omnibuses” title at 1d, 1½d and 2d fares. All different. The two tram tickets are a little worn, remainder VGC. (10)£30Lot 73
74GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY selection of G31/6 LUGGAGE LABELS on yellow paper headed “Via GN&GE Joint Railway” to Aintree, Arbroath, Ardrossan, Ardwick, Callander, Castle Douglas, Craigleith, Horbury, Hornsea, plus three examples of G34/2 with the printed origin “Cambridge” with destinations Dewsbury, Huddersfield and Sheffield GC with appropriate routing. All VGC. (12)£110Lot 74
 Lots 75-99 PLATFORM TICKETS  
 (See also Lots 180-199, 280-299 and 380-399)  
75LONDON BRIGHTON & SOUTH COAST RAILWAY PLATFORM TICKET: Sth Bermondsey (date illegible) in good condition, although a little rubbed. (1)£260Lot 75
76LMSR t3 PLATFORM TICKETS: T3A: Blackpool Cent № 2, Kentish Town; T3B: Chesterfield LMS, Keighley, Market Harboro’ A, Newark LMS, Nuneaton TV A, Watford (High Street) A, Whitehaven; T3C: Cheadle Heath. (10)£140 
77BR(S) 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS (Trans-name at base): Barcombe, Berrylands № 1, Bexhill West, Bramber, Cooksbridge, Crewkerne, Earley, Folkestone Cen № 2, Goudhurst, Hampton, St Leonards W Marina, Selling, South Merton, Steyning, Streatham Common 1, Wadhurst, Waldron & Horam № 2, West St Leonards. (18)£80 
78LNER T3 PLATFORM TICKET: Upminster (dated 15/12/1951) in VGC. This station was originally opened by the LT&SR, passing subsequently to the MR and later LM&SR. It was never owned by the LNER. However, following Nationalisation it was transferred to the Eastern Region of British Railways. Initially, tickets were ordered from the former LNER printing works, many, like this example, being produced with the old company title. (1)£85Lot 78
79SOUTHERN RAILWAY T3 Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS: Alton, Barnham, Bramber, Broadstairs № 2, Bromley South, Greenwich, Hildenborough, Hook, Maidstone West, Meopham, Ryde Esplanade, Shelford, Sherborne, Stoneleigh, Strawberry Hill, Sutton, Swanley, Templecombe, West Norwood, Yeovil Town. (20)£260 
80UNDERGROUND METROPOLITAN & DISTRICT RAILWAYS 1d buff PLATFORM TICKET: High Street (Kens) dated April 1933, shortly before formation of the LPTB. Slight crease at one end when dated and with some paper loss on an otherwise blank back from previous mounting. Good otherwise. (1)£230Lot 80
81BR(N) 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS (Rly Exec conditions): Bishop Auckland, Bridlington № 3, Darlington № 1, Durham (N), Heaton EE, Hull № 1 and № 3, Jarrow (S), Leeds Central A, Leeds City № 5, Malton, Manor East, Redcar (Central) M, Ripon, Scarborough (Cent) № 1. (15)£90Lot 81
82SOUTHERN RAILWAY T3 Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS: Beckenham Hill, Branksome, Brentford, Charing Cross № 4, Cheam № 2, Cobham, Corfe Castle, Faversham № 2, Gillingham (Kent) № 1, Haslemere, Horsley, Maidstone Barracks, Poole № 2, Red Hill № 1, Southwick, Streatham, Swanscombe Halt, Ventnor, Waterloo № 3, Westcombe Park. (20)£140 
83CHESHIRE LINES COMMITTEE PLATFORM TICKETS: LMS T2B style: Liverpool Central № 1, Manchester (Cen) (dated 1940); LMS T3B style: Liverpool Central № 2, Southport Lord St. (4)£240 
84BR(S) 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS (BTC conditions): Alresford, Ashford (Kent), Basing-stoke, Battersea Park, Baynards, Bournemouth Cen № 2, Bromley South, Charing Cross № 2, Chestfield & Swalecliffe Ht 1, Clapham Jc № 3, Dartford, Dover Priory, Eastbourne № 3, East Croydon № 2, Folkestone Junc № 1, Horsham № 2, Maiden Newton, Maidstone east № 1, Merton Park, New Cross,. (20)£100 
85LNER T3B PLATFORM TICKETS: Harleston A, March A, North Walsham A, Norwich Thorpe, St Botolphs, Saw-bridgeworth A, Southend on Sea A. (7)£440Lot 85
86BR(W) 1d Red Diamond PLAT-FORM TICKETS (BTC conditions): Bargoed, Cardiff General D, Cheltenham Spa Lansdown B, Exeter St David’s BO, Frome, Ilfracombe, Llangollen, Marylebone 2, Newport H St 1, Okehampton, Paddington 3, Porth, Pwllheli, Reading West, Severn Beach, Stapleton Rd U, Stratford Upon Avon, Swansea H St B, West Bromwich, Wrexham Central. (20)£100 
87SOUTHERN RAILWAY Red Dia-mond PLATFORM TICKETS: T2A: Bekesbourne, Crowthhorne, Plump-ton, Slinfold; T2B: Ash, Bournemouth Ctl № 1,Brighton № 3, Brockenhurst № 1, Cliffe, Gomshall & Shere, Grove Ferry, Lyndhurst Road, Margate East, New Cross Gate, Rudgwick. (15)£140 
88BTC(E) 1d Red Diamond PLAT-FORM TICKETS: Bromley № 1 and № 2, Chalkwell, Chappel & Wakes Colne, Dagenham (Heathway), East Ham, Elm Park, Grantham, Harringay Park, Hornchurch, Marks Tey, Pitsea, Skegness B, South Tottenham, Stanford-le-Hope, Tilbury (Riverside), Upminster, Upminster Bridge, Wan-stead Park, West Ham (Manor Road). (20)£85 
89SOUTHERN RAILWAY T3 Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS: Alton, Barnes Bridge, Cannon Street № 2, Dunton Green, Epsom, Fay Gate, Hayes, London B’dge № 1, Lyme Regis, Newport, Penge West № 2, Queens Road Battersea, Ring-wood, Semley, Three Bridges, Vict-oria № 1 and № 4, Wallington № 2, Tunbridge Wells West, Waterloo № 5. (20)£210 
90GREAT CENTRAL RAILWAY PLAT-FORM TICKET: Marylebone (Station) 2 (dated by Pull Bar machine 2/9/1916). Red Star of David overprint, clipped, very slight (/), VGC otherwise. (1)£100Lot 90
91LNER (ex-NER stations) PLAT-FORM TICKETS: T3B: Barnard Castle, Cullercoats, Hexham, Malton, Newcastle M № 2; T3C: Darlington M № 1, Harrogate S M № 2, Hull M № 5, Monkseaton M № 1, North Shields. (10)£160 
92BR(S) 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS (Rly Exec conditions): Charing Cross № 4 (two different prints), Charlton, Chertsey, Chichester № 2, Clapham, Clapham Jc № 5 (two different prints) and № 8, Collington Halt № 2, Colyford, Cooden Beach, Cosham № 1, Cranbrook. (15)£70Lot 92
93LMSR PLATFORM TICKETS: T2B (with station name in large letters): Burton-on-Trent, Euston № 1, Hindley, Leicester A, Llandudno B, Matlock, Skipton, Trent; T3B: Wembley (Cen); FREE issue: Stockport (Down). (10)£230 
94SOUTHERN RAILWAY T3 Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS: Ashford (Kent) № 3, Basingstoke № 1, Birkbeck DO, Bournemouth Cen № 3, Clapham Jc № 4, Cosham № 1, East Dulwich, Feltham № 3, Hassocks № 1, Lewes, Malden Manor, Surbiton № 1, Tisbury, Winchester № 2, Woldingham. (15)£150 
95DUBLIN & SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY PLATFORM TICKET: Westland Row (dated by Pull Bar machine 1/8/1925) in exceptional condition. (1)£120Lot 95
96BR(H) 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS (Rly Exec conditions): Aberdeen № 1, Alloa, Arbroath, Ayr № 2, Cowdenbeath (New), Dundee (Tay Bridge), Dundee (West) № 1, Edinburgh Princes St, Edinburgh (P St) № 1 and № 2, Edinburgh (Waverley) № 2 Set, Glasgow (Buchanan St), Glasgow (St Enoch), Helensburgh (Central), Montrose. (15)£90 
97LONDON TRANSPORT EXEC-UTIVE T1A 1d buff PLATFORM TICKETS: Chesham, Chiswick Park, Clapham Nth, Eastcote, Euston Square, Fulham Bdwy, G Portland St, Hammersm’th M, Ickenham, Leicester Sq, Liverpool St A, Marylebone, North Harrow, Northwick Pk, Oxford Circus, Padding too, Queensbury, Snaresbrook B, Tower Hill, Trafalgar Sq. (20)£55 
98PLATFORM TICKETS from the Holborn Viaduct to Crystal Palace (High Level) line: SR T2B Red Dia-mond: Crystal Palace (HL), Lordship Lane № 1 (slightly faded), St Pauls (/), Loughborough Jc; SR T3 Red Diamond: Blackfriars, Elephant & Castle, Holborn Viaduct, Honor Oak, Nunhead, Upper Sydenham; BR(S) 1d Red Diamond (Trans-name at base): Blackfriars, Elephant & Castle; BR 1d Red Diamond (Rly Exec conditions): Blackfriars, Elephant & castle, Lordship Lane, Nunhead (slightly faded); BR(S) 1d Red Dia-mond (BTC conditions): Crystal Palace HL, and Blackfriars; BTC 2d Red Diamond: Blackfriars, Holborn Viaduct № 1. (20)£270 
99WEST LONDON RAILWAY BEAM machine issue PLATFORM TICKET: Kensington (Addison Rd) W in good condition although clipped and slight (Bd). (1)£70Lot 99
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100GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY leather covered 1st class FREE PASS in favour of Herr Werner (Royal Railway Direction, Munster) Between All Stations and Boats for the year until 31st December 1910. Red leather cover with gold tooling showing GER coat of arms on front fold, validity on back. VGC. (1)£100Lot 100
101KENT & EAST SUSSEX RAILWAY all different mostly whole Edmond-sons (four are guard issue thin card) from Bodiam, Biddenden, Headcorn Junction, Northiam, Robertsbridge Junction, Tenterden Town. Two of the guard issues are to Salehurst. (22)£65 
102LB&SC & L&NW RAILWAYS issued 3rd class Sgl Brighton to Harrow (dated 1912) on buff card with central vertical red stripe in excellent condition. (1)£60Lot 102
103AUSTRALIA–NEW SOUTH WALES: 47 different whole Ed-mondsons mainly issued in the 1950s, but including a few from the 1940s and 4 from the 1960s. A good number are Reserved Seat and Sleeping Berth tickets (a few of the latter with “for cancellation” lightly endorsed on the faces), but there are also other types. The lot also includes 71 Edmondsons from QUEENSLAND. 43 tickets are issued, most in the mid-1950s, but a few are from the 1940s. The remaining 28 tickets are unclipped audit, again from the same period and covering a variety of types, although a couple are from an earlier era. Some tickets are overstamped / endorsed ‘cancel-led’. Two issued jointly-titled 2nd singles from 1956 complete the lot. (120)£250 
104GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY selection of LUGGAGE LABELS comprising 12 examples of the “standard” smaller types, plus eight examples of the scarcer larger examples of types G52 and G54. Destinations are to Beningborough (G42), Nottingham (G54), Reddish (G52), St Michaels (G52), Stroud Green (G54), Tullock (G54), Watten (G52) and Womersley (G52) . All different and mostly VGC. (20)£90Lot 104
105SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY issued mostly 3rd class Sgls comprising early unheaded examples from Box Hill (1885), Lewisham Junction (Parly 3rd 1888), H/Head (2nd class 1884), later examples with full company heading from Kenley and Tunbridge Wells (2nd class) and “SER” heading from Deal (/), Dover Town, East Croydon, Grove Park and Merstham. Mostly VGC. (10)£130Lot 105
106GREAT YARMOUTH CORPOR-ATION TRAMWAYS five different geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS at 1d, 1½d, 2d, 3d and Scholar (6d a dozen, plus a later 2d green numerical stage issue with “& Motor Bus Services” in the title. (6)£45Lot 106
107SR issued whole Edmondsons including from Haven Street, Hellingly, Isfield, Ore, Petts Wood, Poole, Seaford, Sidley, Turnham Green, Uckfield, Waldron & Horam, etc. All different. (80)£310 
108LGOC and LPTB BUSES fareboard geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from Services 78 to 83A. All different. (48)£40 
109FRENCH PRE-NATIONALISED RAILWAYS: A small collection comprising 29 Edmondsons from the Chemins de Fer du Nord. Offering a good variety of types, including two different Dog issues (with appropriate vignette). All are used and mostly in good condition. (29)£160 
110MANCHESTER SHEFFIELD & LIN-COLNSHIRE RAILWAY issued 1st Sgl Manchester (London R’d) to London (Kings Cross) via Retford & GNR dated 9/10/1891 and in excellent condition. (1)£85Lot 110
111BR(E) issued and audit whole Edmondsons from all parts of the region dating from the 1950s-1970s. Many Transitional prints noted, some closed stations also. A little duplication. (183)£85 
112L&SWR: A small collection comprising nine whole (including an early Parliamentary Single from Norbiton, and three reconstructed returns) and 20 severed half Edmondsons; there is also a Joint Railway Steamer (Portsmouth–Ryde) Excess Fare ticket. (10wh 20hlf)£80 
113CALEDONIAN RAILWAY issued COACH TICKET Edmondson Sgl Lochearnhead to St Fillans (Slight (/)) on yellow card (dated 11/8/1896). (See also Lot 253). (1)N/SLot 113
114SOMERSET & DORSET JOINT LINE selection of LUGGAGE LABELS of most types to a wide variety of “home” and “foreign” stations. Two parcel and five routing labels are included in the total. All different. Most labels are in good condition, but have been pasted onto paper mounts which have then been placed into plastic sleeves. It will be possible for the labels to be soaked off the mounts with care. (42)£120Lot 114
115VALE OF TOWY JOINT COMM-ITTEE issued Sgls from Talley Road (1 pre-Grouping (dated 189X), 1 post-Grouping (dated 1934)) both to Llandilo on green card and on buff card respectively. Together with a further post-group issue from Lllandovery to Llanwrda. Talley Road closed on 4/4/1955. All in VGC. (3)£60Lot 115
116WARRINGTON CORPORATION TRAMWAYS & STOCKTON HEATH LIGHT RAILWAYS 1½d white numerical stage punch type Return TRAM TICKET, plus two Warrington Corporation Tramways geograph-icals, and later numerical stage tickets with “WCT” and “WCTD” titles. All different and mostly VGC. (13)£80Lot 116
117AFRICAN EDMONDSONS: a small collection from Rhodesia Railways, comprising 20 Edmond-sons and 51 severed halves (the latter are generally earlier, and include a number of unusual types). The lot also contains a 4th. Class Single from Zambia Railways (Edmondsons were short-lived in Zambia), a Rhodesia printed Native Single from the Beira Railway Company, together with 2 non-matching halves, and a 4th. Class single from the Trans-Zambezi Rly Co. Ltd, the last all having been issued in Mozambique. (23wh 52hlf)£70 
118LONDON GENERAL OMNIBUS Co Ltd all different centre titled and fareboard geographical punch type BUS TICKETS comprising 13 examples from Service 51 Cricklewood or West Kilburn – Ilford Broadway or Buckhurst Hill or Plaistow and 7 examples from Service 52 Shepherds Bush or Ladbroke Grove – Victoria or Plaistow. Three examples have excess paper on back, VGC otherwise. (20)£130Lot 118
119STOCKTON & DARLINGTON RAILWAY untitled and unused 4½” x 2⅝” yellow paper ticket headed “Merchandize Train” and valid in an outside carriage from Fighting Cocks to Newport. Both stations renamed and long closed, this is probably an 1830s print. VGC (1)£40Lot 119
120LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd class Sgl Broadstone Junc to Parkstone (date unclear but could be 1900) in VGC. (1)£290Lot 120
121HULL CITY TRAMWAYS. Four 1d punch type TRAM TICKETS, three with transfer facility to the Old Town section from Hessle Road, Holderness Rd and Beverley Road routes and a single 1d issue for the Hessle Road route between St John’s Street and Dairycoates. All in good condition. (4)£55Lot 121
122SOUTHERN CONSTITUENTS: Issued 3rd class Sgls from: L&SWR: Godalming, Richmond, Turnham Green (/), Wandsworth Town; LB&SCR: Anerley, Dorking, Streatham Hill, Wimbledon, Worthing; SE&CR: Cannon Street, 2 x Charing Cross (1Bd and /, 1 faded), Hastings (/), 4 x London Bridge (1 poor, 3 Bd), Purley (/) 2 x Victoria (1 poor). (20)£80 
123CITY MOTOR OMNIBUS COMPANY Ltd geographical and numerical stage punch type BUS TICKETS, nine of which cover their 536 route from Highgate Underground – Beckenham, plus an Exchange Ticket and five other numerical stage issues. (15)£60Lot 123
124NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY selection of all different LUGGAGE LABELS including one or two rarities to stations closed in the 1950s/60s. Most types represented. All in VGC. (40)£60Lot 124
125NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY issued 3rd class Sgl Leslie to Markinch (date unclear) in excellent condition. Leslie closed 4/4/1932, (1)N/SLot 125
126LONDON UNITED TRAMWAYS & LONDON ELECTRIC AND DIST-RICT RAILWAYS (so headed) Through Passengers Exchange punch type TRAM/UNDERGROUND TICKET Hammersmith to Hanwell Broadway, pink with red cross overprint. VGC. (1)£30Lot 126
127GWR UNISSUED WITHDRAWN or CANCELLED SEASON TICKETS comprising 45 examples including a few GWR & LMS Joint titled issues and one 1st class. Stations of origin spread across the entire GWR system. (45)£80 
128LT BUSES geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from routes 9 and 10 dating from the 1947 era with stage variations and including the 3½d issue. All different. (75)£20 
129GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY (Half Price) leather backed SEASON TICKET valid from Armley to Bramley until 30th June 1898. The conditions and price side have the number “310” overprinted. Good condition for age and use. (1)£55Lot 129
130GREAT SOUTHERN & WESTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd class Express Sgl Dublin (Kingsbridge) to Westland Row Via D (Dublin) Link Line (rare printed route), plus an undated whole Rtn and seven severed halves. (2wh 7hlf)£60Lot 130
131BR(S) issued and audit whole Edmondsons from all parts of the region mostly dating from the 1950s and mainly Transitional prints. Some closed stations. A little duplication. (108)£120 
132NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY mostly issued whole Edmondsons from Hull, Kirbymoorside (2-1 is whole Rtn and (u)), Marske, Middlesbrough (2-1 is whole Rtn and (/)), Newcastle Central, Leeds New Stn, Stockton (/), Tadcaster. Four examples have stamp hinge residue, good otherwise. (10)£230Lot 132
133BR(N) issued and audit whole Edmondsons from all parts of the region dating from the 1950s-1970s. Some of the audits have been stamped “Specimen” but these are few. Some Transitional prints also noted. A few closed stations. (67)£130 
134SOUTHERN CONSTITUENTS select-ion of LUGGAGE LABELS comprising SER (6), LB&SCR (3), LSWR (37) including coloured examples. All different and good/VGC. (46)£65Lot 134
135LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd class Sgl Elsted to Petersfield (dated 1921) in VGC. (1)£210Lot 135
136BR(N) CLOSED AND UN-STAFFED STATIONS: 28 issued whole, including from Alnwick, Bramley, Forest Hall, Frizinghall, Goathland, Grosmont, Heming-brough, Horbury & Ossett (iu), Hylton, Laisterdyke, Methley South, Nidd Bridge, Ossett, Pool-in-Wharfedale, Ripon, Richmond Yorks, Stanningley, and Yarm, together with 12 audit whole, including from Alston, Ashington, Bedlington, Bebside, Hornsea Town, Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, and Seghill, a few of which are lightly overstamped ‘specimen’. (40)£140 
137PRE-LPTB issued mostly whole Edmondsons comprising BAKER STREET & WATERLOO RAILWAY (4), C&SLR (1), C&SL & GN&C (1), DISTRICT 5 (including one thin card), DISTRICT & MET (1), GN & CITY (1), GNP&BR (2)GW & MET JOINT (1), METROPOLITAN (8), MET & MIDLAND (1), WATERLOO & CITY 92 punch type) All different and mostly VGC. 28)£150Lot 137
138THE WELLINGBOROUGH MOTOR OMNIBUS Co Ltd 6d mauve punch type BUS TICKET with menu style listing of stages between Irthlingborough and Pytchley, unfortunately creased. Together with two menu style geographicals from THE UNITED COUNTIES OMNIBUS AND ROAD TRANSPORT co Ltd at 2d (blue) and 4d (green) also for journeys from Irthlingborough. Mostly VGC. (3)£150Lot 138
139RYDE NEWPORT & COWES RAILWAY: A severed half Ed-mondson 1st. class Saturday Excursion Return Cowes to Ryde St. John’s Rd (return portion). Slight back damage, clearly dated Oct 1885. The line, which opened in December 1875, was amalgamated to form the Isle of Wight Central Railway in July 1887. (1hlf)£210Lot 139
140GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY issued 1st, 2nd and 3rd class pre-Grouping whole all issued from Padd-ington. Destinations include Cran-more, Great Marlow, Kidlington, Ship-lake (two different), Upton & Blew-bury, etc. Selection includes Bike Sgls to Gerard’s Cross and Princes Risborough. Mostly VGC. (15)£110Lot 140
141NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY issued 1st class Sgl Edinburgh to Darlington Bank Top (dated 16/9/1875) printed on yellow card a few years before white was adopted for 1st class tickets. In excellent condition apart from being a little grubby on the back. (1)£55Lot 141
142SOUTHERN RAILWAY issued Sgls From (9) and To (5) Isle of Wight Stations including (from): Bembridge (3 different, 1 is faded), Brading, Ryde Pier Head, (2 different), Ryde Pier Toll, Yarmouth Pier (Excess), Ryde Pier G (headed SR Steamers) (/); (to): Freshwater (Trans), Sandown, Shanklin (/), Ryde Esplanade (2 different). Mostly VGC. (14)£130Lot 142
143LONDON INDEPENDENT BUS COMPANIES OF THE 1920s: 12 named stage punch type BUS TICKETS from Bennett (5d), Birch Bros., Cambrian, City, Common-wealth, Dangerfield, Enterprise, New Era, Pickup (2d service 70), Premier (3d), and Redburn, together with numerical stage examples from Admiral, Biss Bros., Cambrian, Meteor, Overland, Pickup, Premier and Westminster Omnibus Co. (20)£30 
144SOUTH DEVON RAILWAY selection of LUGGAGE LABELS to a wide variety of destinations. Printed stations of origin are Bovey, Bovey Tracey, Ivybridge, Kingskerswell, Lidford, Lustleigh, Staverton and Torquay, All different and mostly VGC. (37)£110Lot 144
145LONDON & NORTH WESTERN & GREAT WESTERN JOINT RAIL-WAYS issued 3rd class Sgl Llanfynydd to Frith (dated 1914) (both closed 27/3/1950) in VGC. (1)£250Lot 145
146LONDON CAMBERWELL & DUL-WICH TRAMWAYS Co 1d white roll type TRAM TICKETS for the Plough Inn Lordship Lane – Queens Road Peckham route issued c.1896. VGC. (1).£30Lot 146
147SOUTHERN RAILWAY issued whole Edmondsons with a heavy proportion from London Area stations. All appear to be different, mostly good condition, but one or two poor noted, (100)£110 
148LT BUSES geographical punch type BUS TICKETS with thin stage initial letters from routes 64 to 86A. All different. (47)£25 
149GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY issued 2nd class Sgl Birmingham S H to Handsworth (dated 10/7/1884) in VGC. (1)£20Lot 149
150METROPOLITAN RAILWAY 1st Class gilt and enamel circular MEDALLION between Harrow-on-the-Hill & Liverpool Street Via Baker Street. The company title surrounds the journey details in blue and red in garter style. The back contains a recessed section for insertion of the circular pink paper disc showing expiry date (blank). 1⅜” diameter in VGC. (1)£190Lot 150
151STOCKTON & DARLINGTON RAILWAY (untitled) issued 2nd class Sgl from Hutton Gate to Middlesbro (dated 11 August (no year shown)) on pink card and in excellent condition. Hutton Gate station opened c1854 as Hutton, renamed c1856 to Hutton Gate, renamed back to Hutton c1867, when a purpose-built private station was opened called Hutton Gate, further west by a few hundred yards adjacent to Hutton Hall which was newly built for Sir Joseph Whitwell Pease (Chairman of the North Eastern Railway) he was the fifth son of Edward Pease the forefather of the Stockton & Darlington Railway. Hutton closed c1903, by the NER when the then private station Hutton Gate was opened to the public on 1st January 1904. (1)£220Lot 151
152IRISH RAILWAYS issued whole Edmondsons: GREAT SOUTHERN RAILWAYS: two 3rd class Sgls including Thurles to Dronkeen (dated 1895); CIE: 18 issued Sgls. Mostly good/VGC. (20)£30Lot 152
153GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY MOTOR OMNIBUSES green pre-Grouping punch type BUS TICKET for the service from Penzance to Lands End at a fare of 1/6d. VGC. (1)£220Lot 153
154LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY type L91/1 LUGGAGE LABEL to Fleetpond (renamed Fleet 1/7/1869). A little dusty. (1)£110Lot 154
155LONDON CHATHAM & DOVER RAILWAY issued Sgls from Bromley, Deal (SE), Herne Hill (/), Victoria (/) (all 1st class), Beckenham Junction, Bickley, Brixton, Dulwich, Ludgate Hill (/) (all 3rd class), Ramsgate (/), Catford, Victoria (/) (all 3rd class), Penge (2nd class) (/). Mostly VGC. (13)£210Lot 155
156GLASGOW CORPORATION TRAM-WAYS/TRANSPORT geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS at 1d, 1½d and 2d fares, lot also includes a small “Two Stage Coupon” at a value of ¾d. Good/VGC. (10)£95Lot 156
157DISTRICT RAILWAY whole Ed-mondson selection over half of which are c1900, from a variety of stations, and including 1st, 2nd and 3rd class examples; the earliest appears to be dated 1887 (from Putney Bridge (Fulham)). Also 29 severed halves, which include some unusual types. Most are in good condition, but one or two are sub-standard. (26wh 29hlf)£140Lot 157
158LPTB BUSES fareboard geograph-ical punch type BUS TICKETS from Services 40 to 59. All different. (48)£40 
159FRENCH PRE-NATIONALISED RAILWAYS: A small collection comprising 14 Edmondsons and a severed half from Paris suburban lines, and including examples with CFBB, TCRP, PSG, Pars-Arpajon and SS (Grande Ceinture) titles. All are used; two or three have had corners removed by way of cancellation. (14wh 1hlf)£140 
160LB&SC & SE RAILWAYS CROY-DON & OXTED JOINT LINE three issued Sgls from Oxted to different destinations, plus a SE & LB&SC RAILWAYS (so headed) issue from Oxted to Charting Cross. All are dated between 1887 and 1902. Slight crease in one example, good otherwise. (4)£85Lot 160
161LNER all different issued (20) and audit (30) whole Edmondsons, the issued are from Castleford, Colchester UO, Doncaster Central, Dunfermline Lower, Edinburgh Waverley, Harrogate S, Hillfoot, Inverkeithing, Kings Cross London TS, Lochgelly, Marylebone, New-castle and White Hart Lane. Types include Reduced Fare Period, Excess Fare Third Class to First, Bulk Travel, Sleeping Car, Workman, Week-End, Special Return, Juvenile Organ-isations, Evening Excursion, etc. Transitional prints included. (50)£110 
162GERMAN RAILWAYS (DB) selection of issued whole dating from the 1960s including several Multiprinter issues. All appear to be different and a good spread of origin stations. (100)£30 
163LONDON INDEPENDENT Bus Operators geographical and num-erical stage punch type BUS TICKETS from the following companies: Bennett, Certainty, Commonwealth, Edward Paul, Gordon, The Havelock, London Electrobus, Nelson, Newstead, Overground, Paterson (Routes 186A & 86A), Premier, Reliance, Supreme, The Ambassador, Timpson’s London & Hastings, Thackeray, Vanguard, Westminster. Mostly good/VGC. (20)£100Lot 163
164MIXED LOT of pre- and post-Grouping LUGGAGE LABELS with examples from the following companies: GNR, GWR, LT&SR, CK&PR, Met, B&E, LC&DR, Severn & Wye, South Devon, SER/SE&CR, Southern (Trans), GS&WR, Somer-set & Dorset, NLR, Brighton & North Western, Mid & SW Junction. Most are in VGC and all different. (56)£140Lot 164
165CHARING CROSS EUSTON & HAMPSTEAD RAILWAY four issued whole Edmondsons from Belsize Park, Highgate to Golders Green (endorsed “Opening Day 22nd June 1907” on the back), Leicester Square (with station numbers), Oxford Street, plus a CITY & SOUTH LONDON RAILWAY Sgl Clapham Road to Bank. VGC. (5)£130Lot 165
166LONDON COUNTY COUNCIL TRAMS pre-1918 geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS mostly from South London routes, but including two 1d blue from routes absorbed from North Metropolitan Tramways. All different. (14)£85 
167GWR/LMS/LNER HOLIDAY RUNA-BOUTS AND SEASON TICKETS comprising 26 GWR (10 unissued), 24 LMS and 15 LNER. Within the GWR issues a “Bicycle” and a “Dog” ticket are included. A few GWR issues are marked “Cancelled.” All appear to be different. (65)£80 
168LONDON GENERAL OMNIBUS Co Ltd early centre-titled geographical punch type BUS TICKETS most with mauve or green fare overprints with the exception of one 1d white issue with red “NS” overprint and a 2d blue with side title and no overprint. All different. All except one have varying degrees of (Bd). (10)£150Lot 168
169AFRICAN EDMONDSONS: A selection from Benin (3), Mali (5), Senegal (3), Cameroun (2), Congo (6), Madagascar (3), Togo (6), Angola (13, including early Beng-uela Rly issues), Mozambique (3) and Zaire (2). (46)£75 
170SOUTH EASTERN & CHATHAM RAILWAY issued 3rd class Sgls Sandwich to Minster and Sole Street to Meopham. (2)£55Lot 170
171SEVERED HALVES. A bag of half tickets from pre-Nationalisation companies and BR. Many closed and de-staffed stations included and a good selection of types featured. Probably over 1,000 examples in the lot. Too many to list. (Qty)£95 
172LNER all issued whole mostly from East Anglia stations including Audley End (/), Barnwell, Bottisham & Lode, Cambridge (Town Office), Chett-isham, Cockfield (Suffolk) (/), Histon, Huntingdon East, Lakenheath, Lavenham (/), Mildenhall, Oakington, Shelford, Soham, Swaffhamprior, Swavesy, Whittlesford, etc. All different. Mostly good/ VGC. (40)£230 
173SOUTHERN RAILWAY AUDIT TICKETS: A collection of 40 whole, including 25 from closed stations such as Barcombe, Brasted, Bulford, Droxford, Elsted, Farringdon, Fittleworth, Holland Road Halt, Hythe Kent, Kingscote, Knowle Platform, Midhurst, Newick & Chailey, Privett, Rogate, Sheffield Park, Tisted, West Meon, Wickham, etc. (40)£75 
174SER/SE&CR rare/scarcer LUGG-AGE LABELS of types S72/8 (white) Charing X – East Farleigh, S72/13 (blue) C St – Brookland, S74/1 (c) (orange) London – Wokingham (early print), S78/1 (pale blue) St Leonards – Plymouth Via Reading. All VGC. (4)£130Lot 174
175LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued 1st class Sgl Fullerton Junc (renamed 1929) to Andover Junc (dated 16/8/1903) in VGC. (1)£220 
176WALTHAMSTOW COUNCIL/CORP-ORATION LIGHT RAILWAYS/ TRAMWAYS punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising geographical issues at ½d buff (3-inc Forest Road Route), 1d mauve, 1d buff (3), and 1½d green. All in good/VGC. (8)£50Lot 176
177SOUTHERN RAILWAY mostly issued Edmondsons, but including a few audits, and a handful of platform tickets. Good variety of types and stations. (86wh 92hlf)£280 
178LONDON TRANSPORT BUSES: A comprehensive collection of 434 all different used named stage punch type BUS TICKETS covering routes between 1 and 29. The tickets, which include both small and large fare overprints, are sorted by route and fare, and are mainly in good / VG condition. (434)£100 
179CITY & SOUTH LONDON RAILWAY undated whole Edmond-son Rtn Stockwell Oval – King William Street issued at King William Street at a fare of 5d. The original northern terminus of the C&SLR, opened 18/12/1890, the station was abandoned on 25/2/1900 when the line was extended to Bank and northward from there to become part of the Northern Line of today. Printed on primrose coloured card with pink horizontal stripe and in VGC despite slight staining on the back. (1)£110Lot 179
 Lots 180-199 PLATFORM TICKETS  
 (See also Lots 75-99, 280-299 and 380-399)  
180LNER PLATFORM TICKETS T2: Saxham A, Wickham Mkt A; T3A (black print): Dunmow A, Grimsby, (4)£210Lot 180
181SOUTHERN RAILWAY T2B Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS: Chartham, Christchurch, Cuxton, Dormans, Haydons Road DO, Hounslow № 2, Kingswood & Burgh S’th, Martin Mill, Preston Park № 1, Streatham Hill, Victoria № 3, Waterloo (Subway), West Hoathly, Wilton, Wimbledon № 1. (15)£130 
182BR(S) 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS (Trans-name at base): Abbey Wood, Barcombe, Clapham Jc № 5, Exmouth, Goudhurst, Ham-worthy Junction, Kidbrooke, Minster (Thanet), Oxted, Ramsgate, St Leo-nards W Marina, Sidcup № 1, Sutton, № 1, Twickenham, Victoria № 3, Waldron & Horam № 2, Waterloo № 4, Woking № 1, Yeovil Town. (20)£110 
183PLATFORM TICKETS from the Catford Loop line and Birkbeck: SE&CR Ravensbourne (dated 1/6/1935); SR T3 Red Diamond Beckenham Hill, Ravensbourne; BR(S) 1d Red Diamond (Rly Exec conditions): Beckenham Hill, Bellingham, Birkbeck, Catford, BR(S) 1d Red Diamond (BTC conditions): Catford, Ravensbourne; BTC(S) 1d Red Diamond: Birkbeck; BTC(s) 2d Red Diamond: Ravensbourne, BRB(S) 3d Red Diamond: Belling-ham, Crofton Park, Ravensbourne. (14)£60 
184BR(M) 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS (Rly Exec conditions): Carlisle № 1 (two different series) and № 2, Chester (Gen), Colne, Coventry № 1, Dagenham (East), Darwen, Derby 2nd set, Euston № 3, Fleetwood, Gospel Oak (unnamed), Guide Bridge, Hamilton Square, Harpenden (Cen). (15)£100Lot 184
185L&NW & GW JOINT RAILWAYS PLATFORM TICKET: Chester № 1 with red blob overprint. Face in VGC, the back damaged. (1)£100Lot 185
186BR(W) 1d Red Diamond PLAT-FORM TICKETS (BTC cond-itions):Corwen, Ealing Broadway, Greenford BO, Hayes & Harlington A, High Wycombe D, Kidderminster, Maidenhead A, Marylebone 2, Newbury, Newport H St 2, Padding-ton 3, Plymouth N Rd, Slough 1, Southall, Swansea Vic, Taunton D, Uxbridge Vine Street, Worcester SH. (18)£110 
187SOUTHERN RAILWAY T3 Red Dia-mond PLATFORM TICKETS: Brighton №1, №2, №3 and № 4, Hither Green 2, London № 6, Newhaven Town, Victoria № 3; BR(S) 1d Red Diamond (trans-name at base): Ashford (Kent) № 1, Horsham № 1, Brighton № 2, Charing Cross № 4, Red Hill № 1, Tonbridge № 1, Tunbridge Wells West. (15)£80 
188MIDLAND & GREAT NORTHERN JOINT COMMITTEE (LNER type) PLATFORM TICKETS: Cromer Beach (T3B), Melton Constable (T3C), Sheringham (T3B), Yarmouth (Beach) (T3C); NORFOLK & SUFFOLK JOINT COMMITTEE (LNER T3B): Mundesley-on-Sea. (5)£30 
189BR(S) 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS (Rly Exec conditions): Bournemouth Central № 2, Bourne-mouth Cen № 2 (two different series), Boxhill & Burford B’ge, Brighton № 2 (two different series), Brixton, Brockenhurst № 2, Brockley № 2, Brookwood, Cannon Street № 1 and № 2, Catford Bridge № 1, Charing Cross № 2 and № 3. (15)£55 
190GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY PLATFORM TICKETS: March M (hand dated 1922), Haddiscoe (LNER overstamp), Weeley. (3)£75Lot 190
191LONDON TRANSPORT EXECU-TIVE T2A 1d buff PLATFORM TICKETS: Baker St F, Balham, Bethnal Green, Bond Street, Canons Park, Edgware Road A, Goodge Street, Green Park, Liverpool St C, Oakwood, St James Pak WE, St Paul’s, Shadwell, Sloane Square, S Kensington P, Stockwell, Temple, Theydon Bois, Totteridge & W, Turnpike Lane. (20)£60 
192BR(E) 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS (Rly Exec conditions): Angel Road, Barking M, Bishops Stortford DO, Boston, Brentwood & Warley, Bromley № 1, Broxbourne, Bury St Edmunds, Bush Hill Park, Cambridge A, Chelmsford B, Clacton-on-Sea B, Colchester DO, Cranley Gardens, Custom House. (15)£110Lot 192
193MIXED PRE-NATIONALISATION PLATFORM TICKETS: LNER T3B: Marske; T3C: Newmarket DO A (/), Woodham Ferrers A; Free Issues: Mablethorpe, Wisbech; M&GN Joint (LNER T3B): Sheringham (Bd); LM&SR T3: Fleetwood, Holyhead; GWR T3 (buff): Oswestry. Mostly VGC. (9)£35 
194GWR T3 mostly buff PLATFORM TICKETS: Barnstaple Junction 1, Bridgwater General, Maidenhead B, Marylebone 1, Mountain Ash (Cardiff Road), Reading West D, Teignmouth, Trowbridge, Weston-Super-Mare (on green card), Yeovil (Pen Mill). (10)£90 
195LNER T3C PLATFORM TICKET: Tilbury Riverside A (dated 14/8/1949) in good condition, although bearing one or two small stains on the front. This station was originally opened by the LT&SR, passing subs-equently to the MR and later LM&SR. It was never owned by the LNER. However, following Nation-alisation it was transferred to the Eastern Region of British Railways. Initially, tickets were ordered from the former LNER printing works, many, like this example, being produced with the old company title. (1)£40Lot 195
196BR(E) 1d no diamond PLATFORM TICKETS (Trans-name at base): Blackhorse Road, Brentwood & Warley, Cambridge A and C, Highams Park & Hale E, Hoe Street UO, Hunstanton A, Kelvedon, Kings Cross B, Lea Bridge. (10)£180Lot 196
197BR(M) 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS (Rly Exec conditions): Manchester (Central), Manchester (Exchange), Manchester (Ex) Set 1, Manchester (Lon Rd) № 5, Manchester (Oxford Rd), Mansfield (LM), Market Harborough A, Matlock, Melton Mowbray (LM), Mill Hill (Broadway), Nelson (Lancs), Northampton (Castle), North Wembley, Nottingham (Mid) A, Nottingham (Victoria). (15)£85Lot 197
198SOUTHERN RAILWAY T3 Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS: Basingstoke № 1, Bournemouth West 2, Brixton, Clapham Jc HL 7, Dorking North, Eastbourne № 3, Eridge, Fratton № 1, Hassocks № 2, Haywards Heath, Lon Rd Guildford № 2, Southwick, Tunbridge Wells Central № 1, Wallington № 1, Wimbledon № 2.£250 
199GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY (LPTB type 1d buff) PLATFORM TICKET: North Acton in VGC. (1)£60Lot 199
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200SOUTH EASTERN & CHATHAM RAILWAY COMPANIES MANAG-ING COMMITTEE (so headed) 1st class “General” folding linen strengthened FREE PASS in favour of Herr Werner Between All Stations and dated to expire in 31st December 1902. Overstamped with conditions regarding Port Taxes on cross-Channel steamers.. The pass is in absolutely mint condition. (1)£100Lot 200
201LCC TRAMWAYS: Named-stage punch-type TRAM TICKETS from the pre-1920 period, with fares in the text: values 2d, 2½d, 3d, plus 3 different Exchange tickets. (9)£85Lot 201
202INDIA – WESTERN RAILWAY: An interesting selection of Edmond-sons, including a number of unusual types, dating from the 1950s onwards. (42)£40 
203LONDON INDEPENDENT Bus Operators geographical and numer-ical stage punch type BUS TICKETS from the following companies: Brickwood, Clarendon, Dangerfield, Empress, Grays, Julius & Lockwood, Meteor, New Empress, Newstead, Our Bus Service, Penn, Pirate, Renown Traction, Skylark, Supreme, Valetta, Tottenham Hotspur, United, Varsity, Wilson. Mostly VGC. (20)£60Lot 203
204CALEDONIAN RAILWAY collection of LUGGAGE LABELS including representatives of most of the types available, many to destinations closed in the 1950s/60s. Several of the more unusual printed origin stations noted include Alyth, Alyth Junction, Baldovan, Callander, Fordoun, Glas-gow Buchanan Street, Invergowrie, Liff,, Oban, Newtyle, Perth General, etc. All different and several rarities noted. Most labels in VGC and are displayed loose-mounted. (58)£660Lot 204
205GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY undated 3rd Parly Sgl Goring (renamed 1895) to Westbourne Park in excellent condition. (1)£75Lot 205
206LIVERPOOL CORPORATION TRAMWAYS 1d brown roll TRAM TICKET from the Breckfield Road Line (Pier Head – Queens Road) issued for a short period in 1896/1897 in excellent condition. (1)£20Lot 206
207LM&SR issued Singles from Arbroath, Fordoun, Kidsgrove, Leicester, (/), Liverpool Lime St, Llandrindod wells, Luddendenfoot, Market Harboro’, Milnrow, Nantwich, New Brighton, Oban, Oldbury & B Lane, Oldland Common, Ormskirk, Peterboro’ East, Plaistow, Pontardawe (/), Watford Junc (/), Winslow (ADI). Mostly good/VGC. (20)£110 
208LPTB and LT BUSES fareboard geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from Services 30 to 39. All different. (60)£30 
209INDIA: A selection of Edmondson card tickets from the Great Indian Peninsular Ry, including a severed half. Over 50% of these date from the early 1900s. (20wh 1hlf)£110 
210LONDON BRIGHTON & SOUTH COAST RAILWAY issued whole Bicycle, Pram/Bike/Mail Cart issued on buff and green cards respectively with vertical red bars, one for 12 miles zone, two for 25 miles and three for 50 miles. Issuing stations include Bexhill, Bramley & Wonersh, Eastbourne, Forest Row, Heathfield, Lewes, Rudgwick, Tunbridge Wells, etc. All in VGC. (10)£130Lot 210
211LONDON STREET TRAMS Co geographical punch type HORSE TRAM TICKETS from all different routes at 1d, 1½d and 2d fares including Holloway Road – Holborn, Nag’s Head – Euston Road, Swain’s Lane – Holborn, etc. The company with an extensive network in North London was taken over by LCC Trams in 1897. One or two minor faults, VGC mostly. (8)£45Lot 211
212A collection of GWR (post-grouping) Edmondsons, a mixture of issued and audits, and a handful of PLATFORM TICKETS. Good variety of types and stations. (83wh 92hlf)£140 
213IRISH WHOLE EDMONDSONS: MIDLAND GREAT WESTERN RAIL-WAY issued 1st Sgl Dublin (Broadstone) to Longford (dated 1895) and two whole Rtns (1 stamped “Spec” on back and “Cancelled” on front), CLOGHER VALLEY RAILWAY selection of unissued whole from Augher, Ballygawley, Clogher and Maguire’s Bridge, D&BB&P 3-part whole Excursion Rtns from Terenure, plus an unused GREAT SOUTHERN RAILWAYS folding Season Ticket. (14)£30Lot 213
214LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY selection of LUGGAGE LABELS. Many types included with a number of early coloured examples and Isle of Wight stations noted. All different. Four routing and two parcels labels included in the total. Most labels are in good condition, but have been pasted onto paper mounts which have then been placed into plastic sleeves. It will be possible for the labels to be soaked off the mounts with care. (159)£55Lot 214
215LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued 2nd class Sgl Goldalming New (renamed 1897) to Guildford (dated 22/8/1887) in excellent condition. (1)£130Lot 215
216ERITH COUNCIL TRAMWAYS geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising ½d Child grey, 2d mauve (Bd) and 2½d orange issues all printed by Williamson c1909/1910. (3)£390Lot 216
217GWR IN THE WEST COUNTRY: A selection of issued whole Edmond-sons including from Bickleigh, Bodmin, Bridport, Devonport, Fowey, Hemyock, Horrabridge, Minehead, St Ives, Tavistock, Yatton, etc, together audit examples from Coryton and Princetown. VGC. (20)£130 
218LT BUSES geographical punch type BUS TICKETS with large fare overprints from routes 220 to 223. All different. (75)£60 
219LONDON CHATHAM & DOVER RAILWAY issued Bicycle Peramb-ulator or Mail Cart (Child’s) Sgl Gravesend to Holborn Viaduct (dated 1898) on blue card with large “Cycle” overprint in VGC. (1)£25Lot 219
220NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd class Sgl Peak (renamed Raven-scar in 1897) to Robin Hood’s Bay (dated 12/9/1896) in excellent condition. (1)£160Lot 220
221SOUTH LONDON TRAMWAYS Co Whiting printed geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d white issues for the East Hill – Hop Exchange, East Hill – LC&D Raily Stn and Wandsworth Town – Westmins-ter Bridge. All in VGC. (3)£45Lot 221
222A small collection of Edmondsons from the GW & GC Joint Ry, all issued in the 1930s/1940s (6 whole and 12 severed halves), and the GC & NS Rlys Joint Committee (2 issued, 7 audits, and 2 severed halves). All LNER prints. (15wh 14hlf)£110 
223BR most regions approx 150 issued and audit clipped whole Edmondsons with BTC backs. All appear to be different and mostly VGC. (Qty)£110 
224METROPOLITAN RAILWAY selection of LUGGAGE LABELS of types M51 Liverpool Street (Met) to Earls Court, M52 Liverpool Street to West Kensington and M53 Baker Street to Ickenham and Baker St to Northwick Pk & K. All in VGC. (4)£65 
225SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd class Sgls Godstone to Purley (with SER initials heading dated 1892) and Kenley to East Croydon (full title dated 1890). Both in VGC. (2)£50Lot 225
226LCC TRAMS post-1918 geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS from a variety of services including transitional depot issues from Leyton, Abbey Wood and Clapham, Cheap Fare and Return tickets, All different and in VGC, bar one which has a little paper residue on back. (15)£30 
227BRITISH TRANSPORT COMMISSION issued HOLIDAY RUNABOUT AND SEASON TICKETS including 5 BTC(W) in GWR style and six BR prints, 9 BR(S)/BTC(S) in SR style and 9 BRB(S) of Season Ticket size, plus 18 BTC/BRB(S), 6 BR(M)/BTC(M) in LMS style and 3 BR type, 5 BR(E)/BTC(E) in LNER style and 1 BTC(N) plus 4 BTC(N) Day Line Diesel Tickets and 15 miscellaneous issues including a couple of All Stations examples. (81)£60 
228NOTTINGHAM CORPORATION TRAMS 2d mauve geographical punch type TRAM TICKET from the Bentinck Road Schools – Grand Theatre route, together with NOTTINGHAM CORP-ORATION TRANSPORT WEST BRIDGFORD BUS SERVICES 1d and 1½d geographicals with “WB” and “Child” overprints, plus later numerical stage issues headed NOTTINGHAM CORPORATION or CITY TRANS-PORT Dept. (6)£20Lot 228
229GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY STEAM BOAT EXCURSION issued whole Edmondsons Plymouth DO to Fowey and Back and Fowey to Falmouth and Back (/ and (Bd)) both printed on horizontal striped pink white and blue cards. (2)£50Lot 229
230CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS issued whole comprising 3rd Sgl Barmouth to Arthog, 1st CDR Borth to Machynlleth, Bike Sgl Aberdovey 25 mile zone, Towyn to Aberdovey (/). Mostly VGC. (4)£90Lot 230
231SWISS RAILWAYS: 100 issued and unissued whole dating from 1960s-1990s. Includes Multiprinter issues. All appear to be different and VGC. (100)£65 
232L&NWR: A small collection comprising 17 whole (including two reconstructed returns) and 13 severed half Edmondsons. Most of the wholes are issued, but one or two audits are included. (17wh 13hlf)£110 
233ISRAEL: 89 different whole Ed-mondsons issued in the 1950s. The text on all tickets is in Hebrew script, so it will be necessary to convert this to English to determine the stations and types. The lot also includes what appears to be a weighing machine issue. (90)£50 
234BARRY RAILWAY album of loose mounted LUGGAGE LABELS with an example of nearly every destination available. All different and mostly in VGC. (118)£160Lot 234
235LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued blank 1st class Sgl Wherwell (closed 1931) made out to Hurstbourne @ (date unclear but could be 1892) in VGC. (1)£340Lot 235
236EAST HAM CORPORATION TRAMWAYS 1½d green with two horizontal blue stripes geographical punch type TRAM TICKET from the Aldgate – Ilford Broadway route, plus numerical stage issues at 1d, 1½d, 2d (2-is is overprinted “WR”, 3d Return. (6)£50Lot 236
237NORTH AFRICA: A small collection from Algeria and Tunisia, comprising 24 Edmondsons, four thin cards and two severed halves. The Algerian items include some with CFA title, two later issues from SNTF, and one from Cie Bone-Guelma. Tunisia is represented by Cie Fermiere, Sfax-Gafsa, and SNCFT (seven of which are in Arabic script). (24wh 2hlf)£80 
238THE LONDON GENERAL OMNI-BUS COMPANY all different geographical punch type HORSE-BUS TICKETS comprising 1d, 2d, 3d, 4d and 5d fares. Slight (Bd) on five issues, good otherwise. (10)£70Lot 238
239GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY issued unclassified Sgl on buff card Stockcross & B’nor to Newbury by Rail Motor Car (dated 10/9/1906) in excellent condition. The origin station became a halt and de-staffed in 1934). (1)£170Lot 239
240NORTH & SOUTH WESTERN JUNCTION RAILWAY. Two singles, one 3rd class dated May 1903 from Richmond to Willesden Junction, slightly grubby, and a 1st class issue from Gunnersbury to Acton (N&SWJ) or South Acton dated February 1923 in good condition. (2)£40Lot 240
241WEST HAM CORPORATION TRAMWAYS punch-type TRAM TICKETS comprising geographical issues at ½d white (three different), and 1d white (variously from Stratford Broadway, Wanstead Flats, Greer Street (Barking Road) and Aldagte routes), plus numerical issues at 1d, 1½d, 2d, 3d and 4d. Good/VGC. (10)£75Lot 241
242BR(E,M,W and S) all different issued whole Edmondsons from or to closed stations. From: Ampthill (2), Bedford St John’s (1st station closed), Birmingham SH, Helpston (2), Leamington Spa (Milverton) (3), Newport Pagnell (2), Peterborough East, Ringstead & Addington (3), Rugby (Central), Seaton (Rutland), Uppingham (/), Verney Junction.. To: Borrowash, Bridport, Brixham, Draycott &Breaston, Oundle. Some last day of issues noted. Mostly VGC. (24)£60 
243FRENCH RAILWAYS (SNCF) selection of whole Edmondsons from a good range of stations on the system. (100)£55 
244SOMERSET & DORSET JOINT LINE type S53 LUGGAGE LABELS to a variety of “home” and “foreign” destinations including Bailey Gate, Bason Bridge (minor faults), Binegar, Clevedon, Earlsfield & Summers Town, Hammersmith, Midford, New Cross (LB&SC), Parkstone, Putney, Ringwood, Tisbury, West Croydon (LB&SC Rly), Wilton, etc., with routing details as appropriate. Mostly in good/VGC. (20)£140Lot 244
245SOUTH EASTERN & CHATHAM & DOVER RAILWAYS issued 3rd class Sgls Bromley South to Bellingham (/ and faded), Herne Hill to Tunbridge Wells (slight (/)), Holborn Viaduct to Ramsgate Harbour (VGC). All dated 1900. (3)£30Lot 245
246LONDON COUNTY COUNCIL TRAMS pre-1918 geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS mostly from South London routes, but including two 1d blue from routes absorbed from North Metropolitan Tramways. All different. (14)£100 
247BR(W) CLOSED AND UN-STAFFED STATIONS IN THE WEST OF ENGLAND: 15 issued whole from Bridport, Braunton, Churston, Dartmouth, Dulverton, Keyham, Kingswear, Littleham, Minehead, Mortehoe & Wool-acombe, South Molton, Tavistock South, Toller, Torre, and Watchet, together with 31 audit whole, incl-uding from Blue Anchor (trans.), Bude, Budleigh Salterton, Burles-combe, Dulverton, Filleigh, Gramp-ound Road, Halwill, Ilfracombe, Langport West, Lyme Regis, Marazion, Milverton, Padstow, Seaton Junction, Sidmouth, Tiv-erton Devon, Torrington, Watchet, Washford, Wellington Som., Williton, and Wrafton. (46)£150 
248GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY MOTOR OMNIBUSES 1/6d brown punch type BUS TICKET for the route Helston – The Lizard. This service, the first in Cornwall, commenced on 17/8/1903. A little paper residue on the back does not detract, VGC otherwise. (1)£30Lot 248
249GREAT MARLOW RAILWAY Co Parly 3rd Sgl Gt Marlow to King’s Cross (dated 14/10/1894). Slight (Bd) at centre and minor fading, good otherwise. (1)£60Lot 249
250PEMBROKE & TENBY RAILWAY issued 2nd class Sgl Pembroke Rock to Pembroke (dated unclear0. Minor stains and a little (Bd) caused by previous album mounting doe not detract. (1)£200Lot 250
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251GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY issued whole Edmondsons from North Greenwich & Cubitt Town (/), Palace Gates (Wood Green), Poplar, Rayleigh, Stepney (/), Stoke Newington (whole Rtn), Stratford (Bd), Theydon Bois (2-1 is whole Rtn), Tidal Basin. Mostly good/VGC. (10)£130Lot 251
252ISLE OF WIGHT RAILWAY issued 1st class Sgl Bembridge to Ryde Esplanade (dated 3/4/1899) in excellent condition. (1)£85Lot 252
253CALEDONIAN RAILWAY issued COACH TICKET Edmondson Sgl Lochearnhead to St Fillans (Slight (/)) on buff card (dated 11/8/1900). (See also Lot 113). (1)N/SLot 253
254LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY selection of all different LUGGAGE LABELS including many early types on coloured paper (grey to Whitchurch included). All good/VGC. (55)£75Lot 254
255GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY Theatrical specially printed pre-dated tickets for a variety of tours on the GWR system dated between 1898 – 1901. Ten all different whole Edmondsons in VGC. (10)£85Lot 255
256EDINBURGH & DISTRICT TRAM Co Ltd two 3d buff punch type TRAM TICKETS for the Post Office – Craiglockhart line (both the same except for being a slightly different colour). Plus a EDINBURGH CORPORATION TRANSPORT Dept 2d mauve for the Collinton – Antigua Street line. VGC. (3)£20Lot 256
257LNER PRINTER’S PROOFS. A selection of 45 LNER (GE Section) proof Edmondson card tickets representing several different types both 1st and 3rd class including Country Rifle Clubs, Early Closing, Theatrical, Football or Cricket, Sundays, etc. Colchester, Enfield Town, Ipswich and Liverpool Street feature strongly as issuing stations, but others noted. Most have the paper from proof books mounting on the reverse, but this should be removable in most cases with care. (45)£30 
258LT BUSES geographical punch type BUS TICKETS with thin stage initial letters from routes 88 to 99. All different. (57)£25 
259YUGOSLAVIA: a small collection of Edmondsons, including examp-les from Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Serbia, the earliest dating from the 1930s. There are two from post-independence Slovenia, which show fares in the short-lived Tolar currency (Slovenia subs-equently joined the Euro). (30)£35 
260GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY issued 1st, 3rd and Parly Sgls including from Cole Green (3rd), Hertingfordbury (1st) (both closed 18/6/1951), Hitchin, New Southgate, St Albans (GN) (closed 1/10/1951), Wood Green (Alexandra palace) to Underground destination with star of David overprint, etc., plus a whole Rtn. (10)£110Lot 260
261CLONTARF & HILL OF HOWTH TRAMROAD 4d green through TRAM TICKET Sutton – Nelson’s Column. The ticket was printed in two portions, the lower section valid in a Dublin United Tramways car. Together with six all different DUBLIN UNITED TRAMWAYS geographicals covering Dalkey, North Quays, Phibsborough and Howth lines. (7)£30Lot 261
262LNER all issued whole mostly from East Anglia stations including Brandon (Norfolk), Fordham, Lakenheath, Long Stanton, Oak-ington, Peterboro East, Saxham & Risby, Sible & Castle Hedingham, Stow Bardolph, Swaffhamprior, Welnetham, Yeldham (/), etc. Mostly good/VGC. (50)£120 
263SOUTHDOWN MOTOR SERVICES Ltd selection of geographical and numerical stage punch type BUS TICKETS comprising 8 singles, Exchange and return geographicals, and 7 numerical stage. All different and mostly VGC. (15)£30Lot 263
264LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY. An album containing 96 different loose-mounted LUGGAGE LABELS. Most are type L64/1, but there are six L62/3, three type L65 and one each of types L64/2, L66/1 and L68 together with one parcels label. (96)£80Lot 264
265LONDON CHATHAM & DOVER RAILWAY issued 3rd class Sgls Penge to Bromley and Westgate-on-Sea to Birchington-on-Sea dated 1897 and 1898) in VGC. (2)£50Lot 265
266CROYDON CORPORATION TRAMWAYS: A small collection of named-stage punch-type TRAM TICKETS, including 3d and 4d with through stages to SMET, and five tickets with joint Croydon/LCC Tramways titles. (21)£80 
267GERMANY: Edmondsons from non-federal railways. A wide variety of lines, stations and types represented. Most are post-war, but there are a few pre-war issues with fares in RM (Reichsmarks). (120)£55 
268THE LONDON GENERAL OMNI-BUS Co Ltd centre titled and fareboard geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from Service 4 Highbury or Dollis Hill or Finsbury Park – Southwark Park Road or Elephant & Castle and others. All different and in VGC, but four have a little paper residue on backs. (19)£160Lot 268
269GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd Sgl Upton Berks (renamed in 1911) to Newbury (dated 15/7/ 1908) in VGC. (1)£220Lot 269
270GREAT CENTRAL RAILWAY three issued Sgls from London (Marylebone) to destinations Manchester (London Road) (1st class dated 1900), Calvert (3rd class dated 1900) and Woodford & Hinton (dated 1919). All three have slight imperfections which do not detract. (3)£120Lot 270
271LCC TRAMWAYS: A selection from a variety of services including small 1d issues from 11, 51, 54, 68-70 and ½d issues from 82, 1d Cheap Mid-Days from 6 group and 17 group, 2d Cheap Mid-Days for 3 group and 13 group, 4d for 17 group, 6d return from service 77 and 8d return for 2 group. (20)£65 
272NORTH AFRICAN EDMOND-SONS: A choice selection comprising Algeria (2, both PLM), Cyrenaica (1), Egypt (2 early examples – 1 is dated 1901, the other is probably earlier), Ethiopia (1, from the Cie Imperiale Ethiopien, dated 1903), Sudan (2 with Sudan Government Railway title, both dated 1913), Spanish Morocco (Tanger-Fes, Spanish language issue, dated 1950), and a thin card from Eritrea (FE title, dated 1952). (10)£80Lot 272
273LONDON GENERAL OMNIBUS Co Ltd through geographical punch type BUS TICKETS to the Underground from service 17 comprising 2d (long) green, 3d mauve and 4d green (two different), all issued c1913/1914. (4).£45Lot 273
274WELSH PRE-GROUPING selection of LUGGAGE LABELS including examples from Cambrian Railways ((33 including one parcel label), Rhymney (7), R&SBR (1), Severn & Wye (2-both parcels labels), Taff Vale (83), Barry Railway (15). All different. Most labels are in good condition, but have been pasted onto paper mounts which have then been placed into plastic sleeves. It will be possible for the labels to be soaked off the mounts with care. (141)£100Lot 274
275LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd class Sgl Holmsley to Lyndhurst Road (dated 20/5/1893) in VGC. (1)£50Lot 275
276ISLE OF WIGHT RAILWAY issued 2nd class Sgl Brading to Shanklin (dated 18/8/1910) together with a Cheap Ticket return half Freshwater to Shanklin. Both items in VGC. (1wh 1hlf)£60Lot 276
277GWR (pre-grouping): a small collection comprising 22 whole and 26 severed half Edmondsons. Most of the wholes are issued, but there are one or two audits included. There are also four issues with GWR and Met Ry joint title. (26wh 26hlf)£180Lot 277
278LT TROLLEYBUSES geographical punch type TROLLEYBUS TICKETS printed to form 110 covering routes 626, 628 and 630, including Cheap and Return issues. All different. (33)£25 
279LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued whole comprising 3rd class Parly Sgls from Parkstone (dated 1887), Tulse Hill (189X) and Waterloo (/), plus later issues from Branksome Egham, Richmond New and a Bicycle Sgl from Aldershot. Punch type thin card issues from L&SW & GW Rlys Melcombe Regis – Portland and two different Waterloo & City Railway Sgls. (10)£85 
 Lots 280-299 PLATFORM TICKETS  
 (See also Lots 75-99, 180-199 and 380-399)  
280SOUTHERN RAILWAY T1 (Trans-LSWR style) Red Blob PLATFORM TICKET: Eastleigh (printed on orange card). Feint glue mark on back, not affecting the printed matter, VGC otherwise. (1)£260Lot 280
281LMSR PLATFORM TICKETS: T3A: Apsley, Bushey & Oxhey EO, Hemel Hempstead & B., Watford Jun № 1, South Kenton, London (Euston) № 2, Kings Langley & AL; T3B: Headstone Lane, Harlesden, Willesden. (10)£170 
282GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY BEAM machine issued paper PLATFORM TICKETS: Birmingham SH C, Cardiff General A, Leamington Spa A Stn, Newton Abbot, Oxford A Stn, Paignton Up, Reading B (poorly cut), Slough A Stn, Torquay Down, Worcester F St Up. Mostly well cut and VGC. (10)£50 
283BR(S) 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS (Rly Exec conditions): New Cross (two different series), New Cross Gate, Newhaven Town (two different prints), Newport, Newton Poppleford, Norbury, North Dulwich, Norwood Jc & SN, Norwood Jc & South Norwood, Nunhead, Ore, Paddock Wood, Parkstone. (15)£70Lot 283
284PLATFORM TICKETS from the Barnstaple Area: SR T1 Red Blob: Umberleigh (lightly faded); SR T2A Red Diamond: Torrington (1) SR T2B Red Diamond: Braunton; SR T3 Red Diamond: Ilfracombe; BR 1d Red Diamond (Rly Exec conditions): Barnstaple Tn, Torrington; BR 1d Red Diamond (BTC conditions): Barnstaple Jn 1 and 2, Bideford, Ilfracombe; BTC(S) 2d Red Diamond: Barnstaple, Barnstaple Jct № 1, Barnstaple Junction № 1, Barnstaple Jc № 2, Barnstaple Town, Bideford, Ilfracombe, Mortehoe, Mortehoe & Woolacombe; BRB(W) 3d Red Diamond: Barnstaple Junction (2 different series); BTC(W) 3d Red Diamond: Torrington. (22)£120 
285WHITECHAPEL & BOW RAILWAY buff 1d PLATFORM TICKET: Stepney Green 1 (dated 30/4/1938) in excellent condition. (1)£250Lot 285
286BTC)S) 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS: Andover Town, Crowboro’ & Jarvis B’k, Eastleigh, Epsom, Faversham № 2, Hinchley Wood, Lewes, Morden South, Petersfield, Poole № 2, Raynes Park PO, Romsey, St Margarets, Salisbury № 1, Sunningdale, Twickenham, Vauxhall, Warnham, West Norwood, Wraysbury. (20)£90 
287BR(E) 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS (Rly Exec conditions): Elmswell, Enfield Chase, Enfield Town, Essendine, Fenchurch Street, Fenchurch St, Grange Park, Grantham, Grimsby Docks, Hackney Downs, Hatfield (two different series), Haughley, Hertford North, Highams Park & Hale End. (15)£120Lot 287
288SOUTHERN RAILWAY T3 red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS: Broadstairs № 2, Camberley № 1, Chertsey, Cosham № 2, Falconwood, Feltham № 3, Forest Row, Fratton № 2, Groombridge, Ore, Orpington № 1, Putney, Queens Road Battersea, South Merton, Steyning, Strood, Sutton Common, Teddington № 1, West Sutton, Weybridge. (20)£240 
289BTC(N) 1d Red Diamond PLAT-FORM TICKETS: Beverley, Bridling-ton № 2, Darlington (Bank Top), Gateshead (East), Heaton, Huddersfield , Leeds City № 3, Leeds (City), Northallerton, North Shields, Pocklington, Pontefract (Baghill), Seaburn, Seaham, South Bank, Stockton-on-Tees, Wakefield (Kirkgate), Wakefield (Westgate), Whitley Bay, Tynemouth. (20)£110 
290MIDLAND & GREAT NORTHERN JOINT COMMITTEE (LNER T3B) PLATFORM TICKET: Norwich (City) in VGC. (1)£55Lot 290
291BR(M) 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS (Rly Exec conditions): Broad Street, Dagenham (East), Fleetwood, Harrow & Wealdstone, Kentish Town (West), Liverpool Central № 1, Liverpool (Lime St) № 2, Llandudno, Manchester (Central), Manchester (Oxford Rd), North Wembley, Queen’s P’k (West Kilburn), Preston SO, St Albans (Abbey), Southport (C St), Timperley, West Kirby W, Wolverhampton. (18)£90 
292SOUTHERN RAILWAY T3 Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS: Bournemouth Cen № 2, Clapham Jc № 3, Crayford, Crystal Palace HL, Eastbourne № 4, East Croydon № 3, Farncombe, Fay Gate, Guildford, Herne Hill, Lon Rd Guildford № 1, Mortlake, Tonbridge № 1, Tunbridge Wells West, Worcester Park. (15)£210 
293LNER (Ex-GNR stations) PLAT-FORM TICKETS: T3B: Grantham, Three Counties, Wood Green PO; T3C: Bowes Park, Doncaster (Central) B, Hertford North, Hornsey, King’s Cross LS, Potters Bar, Welwyn Garden City WS. (10)£150 
294BR(S) 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS (Rly Exec conditions): Addiscombe, Albany Park, Andover Junction, Appledore, Ascot, Ashford (Kent) № 1, Barnes Bridge, Battersea Park, Beckenham Hill, Belvedere, Bexley, Bickley, Billingshurst, Blackfriars, Boscombe № 1. (15)£85 
295LNER T3B PLATFORM TICKETS: King’s Cross A, Lavenham A, Littleport A, Liverpool St B, Maldon East & Heybridge A, Muswell Hill, Needham A, Noel Park & Wood Green A, St Botolphs A, Woodham Ferrers G. (20)£110Lot 295
296BTC(M) 1d Red Diamond PLAT-FORM TICKETS: Birkenhead (Woodside), Blackpool (Central) № 2, Burnley (Central), Bushey & Oxhey WO, Chester (General), Crouch Hill, Derby (LM), Harrow & Wealdstone, Hatch End WO, Leicester (Central), Liverpool (Lime Street) № 1, Loughborough Central, Manchester (Central) 2nd set, Manchester (exchange) № 1, Market Harborough A, Newton-le-Willows, St Albans (City) Southport (Chapel Street), Stoke-on-Trent № 2, Wolverton. (20)£90 
297GWR BEAM machine issue PLAT-FORM TICKETS: T1: Cheltenham Spa St J, Great Malvern, Maidenhead A Stn, Paignton U; T2: Banbury, Bath “Down”, Birmingham Snow Hill C and E, Cardiff Gen Up A, Carmarthen, Devonport, Leamington Spa A, Oxford A Stn, Paignton “Down”, Reading D Station, Swindon Jctn № 1, Torquay D, Torre, Truro, Wey-mouth “Up”. All nicely cut. (20)£40 
298BR(S) 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS (BTC conditions): Black-heath № 2, Bournemouth Cen № 1, Charing Cross № 1, Coombe Road, Denmark Hill, Exeter Cen № 3, Frimley, Haywards Heath № 2, Hever, Kingston PO, Lenham, Maidstone East № 1, Ore, Purley № 1, Rochester, St Leonards War Sq № 1, Victoria № 9, Wimbledon Park, Winchester City № 2, Woolwich Arsenal. (20)£85 
299LM&SR T3A PLATFORM TICKETS: Apsley, Bedford (M Rd), Blackburn, Bradford (FS), Buxton, Carlisle № 1, Euston № 6 and № 8, Failsworth, Glasgow (St Enoch), Hanley, Heaton Park, North Wembley, Sheffield A, St Pancras A, Watford Junc, Wakefield (Kirkgate). (17)£120 
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300MANCHESTER & MILFORD RAILWAY issued 2nd class Sgl Lampeter to New Quay Road (renamed Bryn Teifi 20/10/1916) (dated 7/9/1897. Pre-1889 print ticket with fare neatly overstamped. VGC. (1)£120Lot 300
301PRE-GROUPING whole Edmond-sons comprising SE&CR (10) including six whole Rtns and LB&SCR (10) including a whole Rtn and an Insurance Ticket. All different and mostly VGC, apart from some stamp hinge residue on backs. (20)£110Lot 301
302TURKEY: A selection of Edmond-sons from the Turkish State Railways (TCDD), all used, most apparently c.1961. (55)£35 
303BR(S) issued and audit whole Edmondsons from all parts of the region dating from the 1950s-1970s. Some Transitional prints and closed stations also noted. (200)£85 
304NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY selection of all different LUGGAGE LABELS including a number of rarities to stations closed in the 1950s/60s. Most types represented. All in VGC and loose mounted on sheets. (54)£70Lot 304
305GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd class Parly Sgl Moorgate Street to Moulsford (closed 29/2/1892) dated 29/8/1891) in excellent condition. (1)£160Lot 305
306LCC TRAMS all different pre-1918 geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising ½d. 1d, 1½d and 2d issues from a variety of routes. All in good/VGC. (10)£65Lot 306
307SOUTHERN RAILWAY BR(S) BTC(S) BTC(W) AND GW&GC Joint Committee SEASON TICKETS comprising 9 SR (mainly dated 1930s),, 16 BR(S), 12 BTC(S) including a pre-printed 1st from Seaford or Bishopstone to London Terminal Stations, plus approx 40 BRB(S) and British Rail, 4 BR(W) and 9 BTC(W) in GWR style and 14 BTC(W). Finally, from the GW&GC Joint Committee, 12 examples of which 7 are issued. (116)£100 
308THE LONDON GENERAL OMNI-BUS Co Ltd geographical pre-1915 punch type BUS TICKETS with mauve or green fare overprints between ½d and 3½d. Al in VGC. (10)£50Lot 308
309GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY issued 1st class Sgl Cirencester to Gloucester (date unclear but possibly 1881) in VGC. (1)£70Lot 309
310MIDLAND RAILWAY issued Sgls all from London (St Pancras) and Moorgate Street: Destinations from St Pancras are: (1st class): Elstree, Manchester (Central), Syston; (3rd class): Ashby, Caton, Harpenden, Woodgrange Park, Dog Sgl to Loughboro’ @ and whole Rtn St Albans (Mid); from Moorgate Street: (3rd class): Kentish Town (green card and dated 1890). Mostly good/VGC. (10)£110Lot 310
311WELSH SEVERED HALVES. A bag of half tickets of pre-Nationalisation companies and BR from stations in Wales. Many closed and de-staffed stations/halts included and a good selection of types featured. Probably over 1,000 examples in the lot. Too many to list. (Qty)£180 
312LONDON AREA pre- and post Grouping Sgls: LB&SC & SE&C Railways East Croydon to London (By Trains of Either Company Not Available at Kensington); LB&SCR West Croydon to Penge; SR Waddon to Wallington; BR(W) Kensington Olympia to East Putney; LNER Finsbury Park to Moorgate St. All in good/VGC. (5)£70Lot 312
313BR(S): 164 issued whole from all different, mainly open, stations, but Barcombe Mills, Groombridge, Hawkhurst, Hayling Island, High Halstow, Halt, Horsted Keynes, Sidmouth Junction, Swanage, and Thorney & Kingsbury Halt noted, with 51 tickets being 3rd Class. The lot also include 36 audit whole from different mainly closed stations, such as Barcombe, Bideford, Bordon, Droxford, Fittleworth, Gosport, Honor Oak, Horsmonden, Kingscote, Midhurst, Petworth, Sheffield Park, and Smeeth, No London termini. (200)£190 
314LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY special print LUGGAGE LABELS all from “Euston Station London” and “via Kingstown” to Irish destinations: L67/1 in yellow frame to Enniskillen (GN(I) Ry) and to Omagh (GNI(I) Ry); type L67/3 in blue frame to Ballycumber (GSW Ry); L67/4 in green frame to Westport (MGW Ry). All in VGC. (4)£200Lot 314
315SOUTH EASTERN & CHATHAM RAILWAY Dog or Cat upright whole Edmondson Sgl for a journey from Wellington College to Reading, dated 15/11/1913 at a fare of 6d. The issuing station was renamed Crowthorne on 17/10/1928. VGC. (1)£40Lot 315
316LCC TRAMS selection of five different 1/-d All Day punch type TRAM TICKETS dating between October 1932 and July 1933; plus 10 similar all headed LPTB Trams and dated between October 1933 and November 1938. All VGC. (15)£100 
317BALTIC RAILWAYS: A scarce selection of Edmondsons from the inter-war period, from Estonia (1), Latvia (3) and Lithuania (1), all issued by the respective independent railways. (5)£60Lot 317
318LT TROLLEYBUSES mostly geograph-ical punch type TROLLEYBUS TICKETS printed to form 180 covering routes 555/581, including Cheap and Return issues. All different. (46)£30 
319LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd class blank Sgl Yeoford Junc made out to Wimbledon @ (dated 26/8/1895) in VGC. (1)£300Lot 319
320COLNE VALLEY & HALSTEAD RAILWAY issued 3rd class Sgl Colne to Castle Hedingham. Colne (1) opened in April 1860 and closed in May 1889. But was reopened and renamed White Cole in April 1908. Colne (2) opened as Ford Gate in May 1860 and was renamed Colne in May 1889. It was later renamed earls Colne in May 1905. It is likely that this ticket was from Colne (2). Date obscured by some (Bd), front in VGC. (1)£160Lot 320
321LPTB TRAMS NORTH LONDON ROUTES. A selection of geograph-ical punch type TRAM TICKETS printed to forms 41, 45, 46, 48, 50, 53, 54, 61, 64 and 66. All different. (33)£40 
322NEW SOUTH WALES GOVERN-MENT RAILWAYS selection of Ed-mondson cards from country and suburban lines issued between 1954 and 1987 at 70 different stations arranged alphabetically from Liverpool to Woy Woy. A good variety of different types and colours nearly all in VGC. See also Lot 52. (70)£65 
323BR(M) issued and audit whole Edmondsons from all parts of the region dating from the 1950s-1970s. Some Transitional prints and closed stations also noted. (100)£30 
324MIDLAND & GT NORTHERN JOINT RAILWAYS COMMITTEE selection of pre- and post-Grouping printed LUGGAGE LABELS with quite a number of types represented. (65 including three parcels labels). Also offered are a pair of NORFOLK & SUFFOLK JOINT RAILWAYS COMMITTEE labels to North Walsham and to Norwich Thorpe, both printed in GNR styles. All different. Most labels are in good condition, but have been pasted onto paper mounts which have then been placed into plastic sleeves. It will be possible for the labels to be soaked off the mounts with care. (57)£50Lot 324
325SOUTH EASTERN & CHATHAM RAILWAY issued 3rd Sgls Kingswood & Burgh Heath to Purley and Westerham to Dunton Green, Both in VGC. (2)£50Lot 325
326WALTHAMSTOW COUNCIL/CORP-ORATION LIGHT RAILWAYS/£40Lot 326
 TRAMWAYS geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising ½d buff (2 different), 1½d mauve, 2d cream from the Chingford Road Route and six others with “Light Railways” title at ½d, 1d, 1½d and 2d with “Transfer” and “Ser 57” headings. All different and mostly good condition. One example has slight (Bd). (10)  
327LONDON BRIGHTON & SOUTH COAST RAILWAY all issued Sgls (1st class): London Bridge (to Forest Row); (2nd class): Box Hill & Burford B, Ewell, Tunbridge W’ls, Waddon; (3rd class): Ashtead, Holmwood, Horley, Hove (Child), Lingfield, Littlehampton, Ockley & Capel, Red Hill Junct, Sutton, Three Bridges, Tunbridge Wl’s, Tunbridge wells, Victoria (red stripe), Wallington, Worthing. All in good/VGC. (20)£130 
328THOMAS TILLING LIMITED selection of punch type numerical stage BUS TICKETS from London Area services, both “long” and “short” type all at different fare values overprinted on the tickets. All in VGC. (19)£80Lot 328
329MOROCCO: a small collection of Edmondsons, mainly CFM and ONCF titles, but including 5 TF (CF Tanger-Fes). (42)£70 
330LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued London Area whole comprising 1st class Sgls London Euston WO to Brixworth (/), Watford Junction to Bushey; 2nd class Sgls from London (Euston) E to Stanmore, Pinner & Hatch End to London (Kensington A Rd); 3rd class Sgls Bricket Wood to Watford Junc., Mansion House to Kensington Addison Rd (iu), Chalk Farm to Euston (grubby); 3rd whole Rtns Loudon Road to Broad Street, Bushey E to Windermere @. Mostly VGC. (10)£85Lot 330
331NORTH AMERICAN RAILROADS. A comprehensive collection of 1930s/1940s annual Free Passes completed in favour of various dignitaries of the various railway companies, plus important customers and clients. Railroads include The Western Pacific, Norfolk & Western, Louisville & Nashville, Chicago Rock island & Pacific, Lackawanna, Pennsylvania, Michigan Central, Alton, Atchison Topeka & Santa Fem Frisco, Pullman, Nickel Plate, Pere Marquette, Missouri-Kansas-Texas, Southern, Kansas City Southern, Wabash, Baltimore & Ohio, etc. All in VGC. (72)£120 
332A small collection of Edmondsons from the MANCHESTER SOUTH JUNCTION & ALTRINCHAM RY, mostly issued in the 1940s, but including a few audits (16), and the CHESHIRE LINES COMMITTEE (27, mainly audits, but including some pre-grouping prints). (42)£130 
333BR(S) issued and audit whole Edmondsons from all parts of the region dating from the 1950s-1970s. Some Transitional prints and closed stations also noted. (200)£150 
334SER/SE&CR selection of LUGGAGE LABELS of various types and colours, but all including a printed station of origin. Origins noted are Brookland, Cannon Street, Charing Cross, Dorking, Grove Ferry, London Bridge, Oxted, Whitstable Town. All different and mostly VGC. (15)£110Lot 334
335LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued 1st “Best Cabin” Sgl Jersey to Southampton (dated 14/7/1894) in VGC. (1)£120Lot 335
336LONDON STREET TRAMS COMPANY all different geographical punch type HORSE TRAM TICKETS at 1d and 2d fare values including Hampstead Heath – St Pancras & Angel, Nag’s Head – Euston Road, Swain’s Lane – Holborn (2d blue), etc. One issue has a little water damage down one edge, good otherwise. This company, with an extensive network in North London, was taken over by LCC Trams in 1897. (8)£55Lot 336
337GNR/LNER STATIONS IN LINCOLN-SHIRE. Whole Edmond-sons from (GNR all issued) Billingboro’, Bourne, Lincoln, Sleaford, Swineshead (LNER issued): Dogdyke, Firsby, Hubbert’s Bridge, Langrick, Sleaford, Spalding, Tattershall, Woodhall Junction; (LNER unissued): Tattershall, Wainfleet. All apart from the last two have varying amounts of (Bd), but fronts are in VGC. (15)£260 
338LT BUSES geographical punch type BUS TICKETS with thin stage initial letters from routes 2 to 25. All different. (46)N/S 
339LONDON COUNTY COUNCIL. Seven undated whole Edmondson Greenwich Pier Promenade tickets, all different colours, one cream with red diagonal cross and three with red “LCC” overprint on cream, green and pink cards. A further three on grey, blue and brown card have no overprints. Adverts for “2d All the Way From Greenwich” tram car tickets printed on the backs of four examples. VGC. (7)£30Lot 339
340BRIGHTON & DYKE & LB&SC RAILWAYS issued Dog Sgl The Dyke to Hove (dated 8/10/1899) with skeleton “D” on white card with green end bands in VGC. (1)£100Lot 340
341GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY issued Singles from Boston, Crouch End, East Finchley, Enfield (/), Farringdon St, High Barnet, Hornsey, Kings Cross London, Wood Green (Alexandra Park), Wakefield (Westgate Stn). Four examples have a little (Bd) or excess paper, good otherwise. (10)£65 
342MIDLAND & GREAT NORTHERN JOINT COMMITTEE undated pre-Grouping blank printed Sgls and whole Rtns from a good variety of stations. All different. (20)£30 
343BR most regions (predominantly Western) approx 200 issued and audit clipped whole Edmondsons with BTC backs. All appear to be different and mostly VGC. (Qty)£130 
344LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY early print coloured LUGGAGE LABELS. On green paper type L91/2: Stokes Bay; L91/4: Portsmouth Harbour, Wakefield via Evercreech [lightly foxed]; blue: L91/1: Colyton, Tisbury, Yeovil Junc; L91/2: Broad Clist, Langport [filing hole], Romsey, Woodbury Rd; L91/3: Bow, Grateley; L91/4: Ashbury, Bow, Chard Town, Cosham, Dean, Dunbridge, Exmouth, Fleet, Glastonbury, Godalming (Old), Horsebridge, Kingsbridge, Malden [poor and mounted on card], Mottisfont, Northam, Plympton, Romsey, Rowland’s Castle, Seaton Junc., Semley, Southampton West, Starcross, Swathling, Taunton, Templecombe, Tiverton, Wareham, West Moors, W Pennard, Weybridge. All in VGC except where noted. (42)£250Lot 344
345GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY 1st class or Rail Motor Car TRADERS SEASON TICKET for the period September – December 1937 between Reading and Banbury issued to Mr Percy Baker trading as a coal and coke factor. White leatherette cover with attractive gold tooling. Excellent condition. (1)£50Lot 345
346LONDON TRAMS MISCELLANY. Geographical and numerical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS from London Street Tram (2), Ilford Council Tramways (2-1poor), South London Tramways, West Ham Corporation Tramways (1 geographical and 4 numerical). (10)£45Lot 346
347SWISS MOUNTAIN RAILWAYS: A selection of Edmondsons from a variety of funiculars, cablecars, etc dating from 1948 onwards – all are titled, and most are in distinctive colour schemes. (30)£65 
348READING CORPORATION TRAM-WAYS/MOTORS. Three styles of geographical punch type TRAM & BUS TICKETS comprising 1d white with Tramways title for Wokingham Road – Burleigh Road and to Oxford Road, London Road Terminus – Caversham Terminus/Depot; plus long 2d yellow and 3d buff (long) with Motors title from Lower Caversham - Tilehurst Terminus (Plough). All items in VGC. (5)£25Lot 348
349ISLE OF WIGHT RAILWAY issued Child 2nd class Sgl Ventnor to Sandown (dated 23/8/1902) in VGC. (1)£100Lot 349
350LAMBOURN VALLEY RAILWAY undated 1st class Sgl Stockcross & Bagnor to Newbury. The origin station had the suffix “Halt” and became destaffed in 1934. A slight stain does not detract. (1)£110Lot 350
351LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd Sgls to printed destinations in Ireland comprising Chester (E) to Boyle, Liverpool (Lime St) to Carrick-on-Shannon and to Westport, London (Euston) to Greenore (/), Manchester (Exchange) to Ballymore, Warrington (Bank Quay) to Woodlawn . All have been well clipped, but most are otherwise in VGC. (6)£55Lot 351
352GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY selection of unissued/audit whole Edmondsons from most parts of the system, plus ten return half of a thin card railmotor issue from Birmingham SH to Blowers Green (all the same). (Bd) on only one example, the remainder in VGC. (90wh 10hlf)£30 
353BR(S) issued and audit whole Edmondsons from all parts of the region dating from the 1950s-1970s. Some Transitional prints and closed stations also noted. (200)£130 
354MIXED LOT of LUGGAGE LABELS with examples from the GWR, Midland and LMS (Transitional) companies: Minor duplication of destination. Mostly VGC, but some examples (not included in total) stuck together. (148)£65Lot 354
355SOUTH EASTERN & CHATHAM RAILWAY issued 3rd class Sgls Wadhurst to Frant and Wye to Ashford dated 1905 and 1909. Both in VGC. (2)£60Lot 355
356METROPOLITAN ELECTRIC TRAMWAYS: A collection of numbered-stage punch-type TRAM TICKETS including a number of higher values, plus three Through Tickets to LER/Underground Railways, and a Railway Exchange. (40)£95 
357DUTCH EAST INDIES/ INDONESIA: a collection of Edmondsons, mostly from the 1960s onwards, but including a number from the Dutch (pre-independence) period with fares in Dutch currency. Whilst Java is well-represented, there are also examples from the South Sumatran system, and one each from the short-lived Celebes Railway (c1930) and the isolated West Sumatran system (c 1980s). There are a number of tickets which bear the word “Kapal”, which is Indonesian for “Boat”; these are from the Java-Sumatra and Madura Island ferries, in some cases involving through rail/ferry journeys. (92)£70Lot 357
358LONDON TRANSPORT (GREEN LINE) COACHES 1946/1947 issue geographical punch type BUS TICKETS covering services CS4-6 and CR4-6. All appear to be issued and different. (57)£50 
359FRENCH PRE-NATIONALISED RAILWAYS: A small collection comprising 21 Edmondsons and 29 severed halves from the Chemins de Fer de l’Est. All are used and generally in good condition. (21wh 20hlf)£130 
360GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY issued pre-Grouping whole from stations in Devon comprising (1st class): Torquay to Newton Abbot; (2nd class): Torre to Newton Abbot; (Parly 3rd): Exeter to Torre (/), Kingswear to Totnes, Plymouth N Rd to Plymouth (Mill Bay), Torre to Exeter; (3rd class (buff)): Dawlish to Starcross, Kingsbridge to Brent, Mutley to Plymouth MB, Plymouth MB to Newton Abbot. Mostly VGC. (10)£120Lot 360
361LPTB TRAMWAYS: A selection of long and short pre-war geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS from a variety of services including examples sub-titled Bexley and Dartford Area, East & West Ham Areas, Erith Area, Ilford Area and Walthamstow Area. Two 2d Workmen’s returns and 8d and 9d ordinary returns are included, along with an early 1/-d All Day Ticket from September 1933. (21)£35 
362LMS AND BTC(M)/BRB(M) SEASON TICKETS. The LMS examples include 28 small Weeklies (including2 1st class) and 45 large Monthly and Weekly types, a good number issued in the 1930s and 1940s. A further bundle contains about 40 unissued or cancelled LMS tickets and also about 30 BTC(M)/BRB(M) issued. (130)£70 
363LMSR/BR(M) mostly whole and severed half Edmondsons mostly issued in the early 1950s and therefore 3rd class issues with a number of transitional prints. Included are a few season and platform tickets. A few closed stations noted. Minimal, if any, duplication. Half tickets also include 14 from the Liverpool Overhead Railway (closed 1956). (100wh 40hlf)£70 
364LONDON AREA (mostly) selection of Pre-Grouping LUGGAGE LABELS including examples from North London Railway (15), LC&DR (9), Isle of Wight Railway (1), LT&SR (3), Metropolitan (19), Met & GC Jt (8 including 2 parcels labels). All different. Most labels are in good condition, but have been pasted onto paper mounts which have then been placed into plastic sleeves. It will be possible for the labels to be soaked off the mounts with care. (55)£85Lot 364
365LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY (initials heading) 3rd class Parly Sgl Stokes Bay (closed 1/1//1915) to Gosport (dated 17/8/1882) in VGC apart from some (Bd). (1)£160Lot 365
366CROYDON CORPORATION TRAM-WAYS/LCC TRAMS/LPTB TRAMS/ LT TRAMS selection of all different punch type TRAM TICKETS issued on services in the Croydon Area, including transitional prints. All geographicals, except one numerical stage. VGC. (26)£45 
367SOUTH AFRICA (PRE-UNION) EDMONDSONS: NZASM (2, undated and probably unissued), and CSAR (3, all 1900s). Condition is generally very good. (5)£80Lot 367
368LONDON PASSENGER TRANS-PORT BOARD ROUTE 499. A selection of long 24 numerical stage punch type BUS TICKETS with onward geographical stages after the instruction “Change at Erith”. Values are 2d (two different), 4d, 5d, 6d and 8d. All in good/VGC. (6)£70Lot 368
369GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY early print issued Sgls: 1st class Hayes to Southall (dated 1881); 1st class Paddington to West Drayton (1882); Parly 3rd class Westbourne Park to Reading (dated 1885). West Drayton was suffixed “& Yiewsley” in 1895. The first item has a little glue damage on back, VGC otherwise. (3)£75Lot 369
370THETFORD & WATTON RAILWAY issued 3rd class Sgl Barnham to Thetford Bridge clearly face dated 1876 and in excellent condition. (1)£25Lot 370
371NORTH OF ENGLAND geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising issues from Newcastle Corporation (6), Rotherham Corporation (1), Sheffield Corporation (1) and Huddersfield Corporation. Mostly good/VGC. (11)£55Lot 371
372AFRICAN EDMONDSONS: A small collection from a variety of different railways including Algiers, Angola, Cameroun, Congo, East African R&H, Ethiopia, Ghana, Gold Coast, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Nigeria, Nyasaland, Rhodesia, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Sudan, Tanganyika, Togo and Tunisia. Condition varies, good mostly. (48)£90 
373SE&CR collection of severed halves from a wide range and stations and types. No duplication. (36hlf)£40 
374LANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY. A loose-mounted collection of all different LUGGAGE LABELS of types L23, L25, L26 and L28 mostly in VGC. (40)£70Lot 374
375SOUTH EASTERN & CHATHAM RAILWAY issued Bicycle, perambulator or Mail Cart (Child’s) Sgls Deal (SE) to Victoria and Victoria (Main Line) to Herne Bay Birchington or Westage-on-Sea, both on blue card with large “Cycle” overprint in red following LC&DR practice (see lot 75). Both in VGC. (2)£50Lot 375
376LEEDS CITY TRAMWAYS selection of all different fareboard geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS from a variety of routes at ½d, 1d, 1½d and 2d fares. (10)£45 
377DORSET AND SOUTH WEST ENGLAND LINES. A selection of issued audit and unissued whole Edmondsons comprising GWR, SR, GW & SR, BR(S) and BR(W) prints from and to stations in the area. Includes from Abbotsbury (a), Cheddar (i), Cranmore (i), Evershot (i), Easton E&CH (a), Maiden Newton (a), Melksham (i), Portland (i and a), Powerstock (a), Swanage (i), Trowbridge (i), Upwey & Broadwey (i), Wareham (i), Weymouth (i), Weymouth – Easton (Last Train), Yeovil Town (i), Yetminster (i), etc. All different and mostly VGC. (44)£160 
378SELECTION OF UK mostly punch type BUS AND TRAM TICKETS from a good number of concerns nationwide. Some of the more obscure entities noted. No duplication. (90)£90 
379LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd Sgl Totland to Yarmouth I.W. (dated 21/8/1900) [By Steamer} in excellent condition. (1)£230Lot 379
 Lots 380-399 PLATFORM TICKETS  
 (See also Lots 75-99, 180-199 and 280-299)  
380L&NER T1 (GER Transitional) PLATFORM TICKET: Ponders End A (dated 30/7/1923) in excellent condition. (1)£160Lot 380
381BR(M) 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS (Rly Exec conditions): Hendon, Hinckley, Ilkeston (North), Kentish Town, Leicester (Belgrave Road), Leicester (Central) (two different prints), Leicester (London Rd) B, Lichfield (City), Lichfield (TV), Llandudno (two different prints), Llandudno Junction, Longton, Loughborough (Cen). (15)£100Lot 381
382SOUTHERN RAILWAY PLATFORM TICKETS: T1 Red Blob: Bodmin, Bramley & Wonersh, Dinton, Hailsham, Micheldever, Milborne Port, Selsdon Road, Sutton Bingham, Withyham, Worplesdon; T2 Red Diamond: Southbourne Halt; T3 Red Diamond: Adisham, Battle, Cannon Street № 3, Ringwood. (15)£80 
383SOUTHERN RAILWAY T3 Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS: Bournemouth Cen № 2, Bourne-mouth West 3 (red “O” overprint), Clapham Jc № 2 and № 6, Crystal Palace LL, East Croydon № 2, East Putney, Farnborough North, Fratton № 1, Haywards Heath № 2, Littlehampton № 1, Southampton Central № 1, Totton, Tunbridge wells Central № 2, Wareham № 2. (15)£200 
384BR(S) 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS (Rly Exec conditions): Bracknell, Clapham Jc № 6, Cranbrook, Dorchester South, Elmstead Woods, Fareham, Guildford, Hampton Court, Kingston № 1, Lewes, Maidstone west, Norwood Jc & SN, Queen’s Road Peckham, Rochester, Shoreham (Kent), Thornton Heath, Uckfield, Victoria № 3, Westerham, Wandsworth Town. (20)£120 
385LT&GW T3 buff PLATFORM TICKET: Ladbroke Grove, undated with the serial number 000 in VGC. (1)£65Lot 385
386LNER PLATFORM TICKETS (Essex and Suffolk stations): T3B: Bungay A, Felixstowe Beach A, Harlow A, Hockley A, Ilford EO A, Orwell A; T3C: Clacton-on-Sea B, Goodmayes A, Seven Kings A, Walton on the Naze A. (10)£240 
387BTC(E) 2d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS: Audley End (/), Colchester DO, Crouch Hill, Dagenham (Heathway), Grimsby Docks (1d issue overwritten 2d), Laindon, Pitsea, Rainham ER, St Botolphs, Shoeburyness, Skegness, Stoke Newington, Tilbury (Riverside), Upton Park (two the same), Walthamstow, Walton-on-Naze, Wanstead Park, Woodgrange Park, Wood Green (Alexandra Park). (20)£50 
388PLATFORM TICKETS from Cornwall: SR T2 Red Diamond: Camelford, Padstow; SR t3 Red Diamond: Wadebridge; BR(W) 1d Red Diamond (Rly Exec conditions): Holsworthy; BR(W) 1d Red Diamond (BTC conditions): Bude, Launceston A, Padstow, Wadebridge; BTC(W) 2d red Diamond: Bude, Camelford, Holsworthy, Launceston, Padstow, (2 different), Wadebridge; BTC(W) 3d Red Diamond: Bude, Camelford, Holsworthy. (18)£55 
389BR(E) 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS (Rly Exec conditions): Hoe Street DO, Hornchurch, Ilford (East Office) (no diamond), Ipswich A (two different series) and B, Kings Cross A and B (four different series), Leyton (Mid Rd), Leytonstone (High Road), Lincoln Central, Liverpool Street A. (15)£80Lot 389
390LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY PLATFORM TICKET: Wimbledon № 3 in VGC but clipped. (1)£320Lot 390
391LNER T3B PLATFORM TICKETS: Braintree & Bocking A, Brightlingsea A, Buntingford A, Clacton-on-Sea & Holland on Sea A, Crouch End, Felixstowe Beach A, Hackney D’ns A, Halesworth A, Haverhill North A, Hunstanton A. (10)£130 
392BTC(S) 2d Red Diamond PLAT-FORM TICKETS: Forest Hill № 2, Hailsham, Henfield, Horsted Keynes, Hurst Green, Lyndhurst Road, Maidstone Barracks, Mill Hill, Paddock Wood, Partridge Green, Portslade & west Hove № 2, Rudgwick, Shoreham (Kent), Steyning, Tonbridge № 1 and № 2, Westerham, West Sutton, Weymouth № 1, Worplesdon. (20)£80 
393MIXED Pre- and Post-Nationalisation PLATFORM TICKETS: LNER T3A: Reedham; LNER T3C: Kings Cross C; GWR T3 buff: Aberdare (high Level), Birmingham SH D (BEAM), Paddington 7, Slough 1, Southall, Swindon Junction; BR(W) 1d Red Diamond (Rly Exec conditions): Kidderminster, Neath General, Newport H St 1, Stratford-Upon-Avon; BR(W) 1d Red Diamond BEAM issues: Birmingham Snow Hill A and B, Oxford C, Swindon Jct № 1 and № 2. (17)£55 
394BR(W) BEAM machine issued paper PLATFORM TICKETS: Aberystwyth № 2, Barry, Bristol TM C, Carmarthen, Cheltenham Spa (St James), Merthyr, Reading General D, Swindon Junc № 1, Torquay D, Truro. Well cut and in VGC. (10)£30 
395LNER T3C PLATFORM TICKET: Southend-on-Sea (East) in excellent condition. This station was originally opened by the LT&SR, passing subsequently to the MR and later LM&SR. It was never owned by the LNER. However, following Nation-alisation it was transferred to the Eastern Region of British Railways. Initially, tickets were ordered from the former LNER printing works, many, like this example, being produced with the old company title. (1)£30Lot 395
396GWR T3 buff PLATFORM TICKETS: Abertillery (/), Bristol TM D, Barnstaple GW, Evesham, Neath (General), Plymouth North Rd D, Pwllheli, Trowbridge, Westbury (Wilts), Wolverhampton. (10)£120 
397BR(S) 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS (Rly Exec conditions): London Road Brighton, London Road Guildford № 2, Lordship Lane, Lower Sydenham, Maidstone Barracks, Maidstone East № 2, Maidstone West, Malden № 1, Marden, Margate № 2, Marston Magna, Martock, Milford, Mitcham Junction, Montacute. (15)£120Lot 397
398BR(S) Approximately 100 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS. Unfortunately all were at one time pasted down into an album and although care has been taken to remove them, all have varying amounts of excess paper on the backs (c100)£35 
399BTC(S)/BRB(S) 97 card Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS at various values. Unfortunately all were at one time pasted down into an album and although care has been taken to remove them, all have varying amounts of excess paper on the backs Plus 153 paper/thin card A/A types which are all mounted onto paper sheets. Includes a solitary unmounted SR BEAM issue. (250)£35 
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400WATERLOO & CITY RAILWAY: Two unclassified Edmondson cards for Double Journeys from City to Waterloo and from Waterloo to City on pink card and white card respectively, both issued on Opening Day 8/8/1898 in excellent condition. (2)£90Lot 400
401LT TRAMS T&T ISSUES. A selection of geographical and numerical stage punch type TRAM TICKETS printed to forms 1 to 20. All different. (44)£20 
402GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY issued whole comprising four 1st class returns, two Half-Day Excursions, and a Workman pre-dated Sgl. A couple of the 1st returns are creased at the centre, mostly VGC otherwise. (10)£150Lot 402
403BR(M) issued and audit whole Edmondsons from all parts of the region dating from the 1950s-1970s. Some Transitional prints and closed stations also noted. (100)£70 
404LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY L64/1, L64/2, L65 and L68 types LUGGAGE LABELS to a wide variety of stations (77 including one or two parcels labels). Also included are 10 examples with “L&NW & GW Joint” heading of various types. All different. Most labels are in good condition, but have been pasted onto paper mounts which have then been placed into plastic sleeves. It will be possible for the labels to be soaked off the mounts with care. (87)£75Lot 404
405SOUTH EASTERN & CHATHAM RAILWAY issued 3rd class Sgls from Betchworth, Blackheath, Bromley North, Chislehurst, Deal, Grove Park, Guildford, Hayes, Merstham, Red Hill. All in good/VGC. (10)£100Lot 405
406STOCKPORT CORPORATION TRAMS/TRANSPORT collection of punch type TRAM & BUS TICKETS including some early issues. Comprises nine tramways issues and 57 trams and bus issues. Later issues are headed “SCT” or “SCTD.” All seem to be different. (66)£130Lot 406
407LONDON BRIGHTON & SOUTH COAST RAILWAY: A packet of SEVERED HALVES covering a good range of types and stations. All appear to be different. (92)£75 
408LT BUSES geographical punch type BUS TICKETS with large fare overprints from routes 215/218/219 & 216. All different. (56)£70 
409GERMAN RAILWAYS: Pre-war Edmondsons, some dating back to the 1890s, and including a number of 4th Class issues (60)£270 
410MIDLAND RAILWAY undated but punched and used unclassified whole Edmondson Sgl Godwin’s Halt and Harpenden. The line closed in 1947. Excellent condition. (1)£80Lot 410
411NORWICH TRAMWAYS. A pair of 1d roll type tickets endorsed in ink “Last Day of Trams” and dated “19th November 1935.” This refers to the last day of the Earlham Route which preceded the final day of tram operation in Norwich by a month. The tickets are headed “Norwich Omnibus Company” were used. These are together with an “Eastern Counties” Willibrew ticket which reads “First Day 20th November 1935 to Jarrolds” (a department store in Norwich – still open today). All items in VGC. (3)£45Lot 411
412EASTERN EUROPEAN COLLEC-TION: Poland (58), Romania (86). Most are pre-printed Edmondsons, but there are examples from both countries of Multiprinter-type issues, and a few other machine issues from Poland. The Romanian collection includes some surp-risingly colourful examples, a handful of which appear to be pre-war. (144)£50 
413BR(S) issued and audit whole Edmondsons from all parts of the region dating from the 1950s-1970s. Some Transitional prints and closed stations also noted. (200)£95 
414IRISH RAILWAYS mixed LUGGAGE LABELS comprising Donegal Railway (5), CDRJC (11), DW&WR (2), D&SER (1), GSWR (2), plus two MGWR Parcels Labels. (23)£25Lot 414
415LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd Sgl Tisted to Alton (dated 21/8/1900) in excellent condition. The Meon Valley line closed in 1955. (1)£190Lot 415
416TRAMWAYS SOUTH OF THE RIVER (THAMES). Geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS from LONDON TRAM Co (2) ½d buff, 1d white; SOUTH LONDON TRAMWAYS: 1d white (4 all Whiting prints including Tramway Omnibus service), ½d buff, 1d white. (6)£30Lot 416
417LONDON PASSENGER TRANS-PORT BOARD upright printed issued whole Edmondsons from a range of stations including Kingsbury, North-fields, Osterley, Park Royal, Post Office, Walham Green, etc. Selection also includes a thin card ticket from the WHITECHAPEL & BOW RAILWAY. 17 examples are issued, three (whole Rtns) are stamped “Specimen” on the backs. All different. (20)£30 
418LPTB SUTTON & PENGE AREA punch type TRAM & TROLLEYBUS TICKETS with returns and through tickets to Underground in evidence. A couple of miscellaneous tickets are also present. All different. (22)£200 
419FRENCH PRE-NATIONALISED RAILWAYS: A small collection comprising 15 Edmondsons from the Chemins de Fer de Paris à Lyon et à la Méditerranée, and six from the Chemins de Fer de l’Etat. All are used and in very good condition. (21)£120 
420SOUTH EASTERN & CHATHAM RAILWAY issued mostly 3rd Sgls from Shortlands (two different), Sidcup, Tunbridge Wells (two different), Whyteleafe; plus an Accompanied Article Sgl from Penge (/ and slightly scuffed) and rejoined whole Rtn from Cannon Street (Sellotape stain). Mostly VGC. (10)£80Lot 420
421IRISH RAILWAYS SEVERED HALVES. A small box of half tickets including numerous unusual issues, closed issuing stations/points and selection of types. Probably around 250 examples in the lot. Too many to list. (Qty)£60 
422GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd class pre- and post-grouping Sgls: Resolven to Clyne (Halt), St Germans to Totnes, Talyllyn to Llangorse Lake Halt, Sully to Swanbridge Ht (Child). The first and third examples have excess paper on the back, good otherwise. (4)£55Lot 422
423SOUTHERN RAILWAY: 84 issued 3rd Class singles from all different open stations, together with 16 issued Monthly Returns from different stations. No London termini. (100)£110 
424SOMERSET & DORSET JOINT LINE type S53 LUGGAGE LABELS to a variety of “home” and “foreign” destinations including Barnstaple, Bason Bridge, Blandford, Brighton, Masbury, Midsomer Norton & Welton, Paddington, Poole, Sturminster, Wellington (Som), Weston-Super-Mare, Woking, etc., with routing as appropriate. All in good/VGC. (20)£130Lot 424
425METROPOLITAN RAILWAY 3rd class brown leatherette TRADERS SEASON TICKET valid from 12/6/1929 – 11/12/1929 between Cannon Street and Uxbridge issued to Messrs Alfred Button & Sons Ltd, Wholesale Grocers, Uxbridge, for the use of their buyer, Mr JE Aldridge. Lightly overstamped “Cancelled” on each fold, but this does not detract. Slightly grubby on lower folded section from regular use. (1)£110Lot 425
426LCC TRAMS selection of pre-1918 geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS mostly from South London routes, but includes a ½d long issue for the Whipps Cross – Aldgate route in East London. Two examples have (Bd), good/VGC otherwise. (14)£85Lot 426
427NORTH LONDON RAILWAY issued whole Edmondsons including a Sgl from Maiden Lane (closed 1917) and whole Rtns. Two examples have (Bd) and a pair of Workman’s Rtns have been “nibbled” but all are good otherwise. (12)£75Lot 427
428LONDON GENERAL OMNIBUS Co Ltd geographical punch type BUS TICKETS pre-1915 and post-1916 prints many with mauve or green fare overprints as well as the later red fare overprints. All different and VGC. (19)£30 
429CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS: A 2nd. class Single Pwllheli-Chwilog (LNW), dated 1898 (slightly faded), together with an audit Tourist Return Montgomery-Barmouth, and 3 severed halves. (2wh 3hlf)£30Lot 429
430LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued 2nd class Sgl Wem to Crewe (dated 9/9/1874) in excellent condition. (1)£80Lot 430
431SR CONSTITUENTS all different whole Edmondsons: SER (2-1 is untitled but (/)), LC&DR (2-1 is whole Rtn), SE&C&DR (poor), SE&CR (1), LB&SCR (2), LSWR (2). Four examples have a little (Bd). (10)£45Lot 431
432AFRICAN EDMONDSON MISC-ELLANY: Ethiopia (5), Sudan (9), all 1950s/1960s issues. (14)£25Lot 432
433DUBLIN & SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY folding leatherette 3rd class SEASON TICKET valid between Westland Row & Blackrock or Harcourt Street & Dundrum for July 1919, together with two card 6 Day Zone Season Tickets headed Dublin & South Eastern Railway and Great Southern Railways (following print run) dated 1925. All in good/VGC. (3)£20 
434LONDON BRIGHTON & SOUTH COAST RAILWAY selection of LUGGAGE LABELS of various types including to Isle of Wight destinations. Also included is an example of L47/1 “The Sunny South Express” Brighton to Rugby. One or two parcels labels noted. All different. Most labels are in good condition, but have been pasted onto paper mounts which have then been placed into plastic sleeves. It will be possible for the labels to be soaked off the mounts with care. (111)£55Lot 434
435SOUTH EASTERN & CHATHAM RAILWAY issued 3rd Sgls Westerham to Dunton Green and Woodside to Elmers End. Both in VGC. (2)£70Lot 435
 LOTS 436-500: BULK LOTS  
436A LARGE BOX OF SEVERED HALVES the majority of which are BR (all regions), but some pre-Nat, Irish and LT issues noted also. Must be over 5,000 examples in need of sorting offered in this lot. (Qty)£50 
437MIDLAND & GT NORTHERN JOINT RAILWAYS COMMITTEE. A photographic box containing approx 250 audit whole Edmondsons from a good variety of stations. (Qty)£160 
438DELVER’S DELIGHT OF BUS TICKETS. A large box of mainly paper and large card tickets, probably c.2,000 in number; a mix of issued and withdrawn stock. Mostly provincial, there is also a bundle of London Red Rover Tickets and two envelopes of Irish tickets of varying types, mostly from CIE. A large number are Wayfarers, with some featuring rear advertisements. (Qty)£40 
439ITALIAN RAILWAYS. An album containing a collection of Edmondson railway tickets, both State and private lines, and including a number of early examples. Condition is generally good. (275, plus halves)£540 
440A LEVER-ARCH ALBUM of over 350 loose mounted LT TRAVELCARDS & BUS PASSES dating from the early 1980s offering a comprehensive range of types and issues. Used and unused. All appear to be different. Some large card/paper promotional tickets an leaflets included but not counted. (Qty)£30 
441SOUTHERN RAILWAY/BR SOUTH-ERN REGION loose leaf album pages of loose mounted miscellaneous tickets of varying types and vintages dating from SR days through to BR APTIS issues including whole and half Edmondsons, Ultimates, NCR21s. Etc. Some Season Tickets and Passes included also. The majority of tickets are unissued or audit. A fairly comprehensive collection nonetheless. (340wh 6hlf))£70 
442IRELAND. A lift lid box file containing over 2,500 issued and unissued whole Edmondsons from Irish railways including SL&NCR CDRJC, B&NCR, B&CDR, CIE, UTA, NIR etc. All are filed in alphabetical order, each station identified on a filing card. Each ticket different. (Qty)£45 
443LONDON TRANSPORT BUSES: A boxed collection of approx 500 geographical punch-type BUS TICKETS, from Routes 31 to 52 inclusive, with both large and small fare overprints. A good number of high values are included; all appear to be different, and are generally in very good used condition. (Qty)£100 
444AN END OF COLLECTION ALBUM containing approx 350 pre- and post-Grouping LUGGAGE LABELS including a number of scarcities and transitional prints. Companies represented include SR, GWR, LNER, LMS, GER, NER, GN&GE Joint, etc. A few parcels labels and stamps noted. All different. Most labels are in good condition, but have been pasted onto paper mounts which have then been placed into plastic sleeves. It will be possible for the labels to be soaked off the mounts with care. (Qty)£270 
445LT UNDERGROUND unissued whole Edmondsons. A shoebox containing approx 1,500 station of origin and from/to tickets dating from the 1970s. A good selection of stations and types offered. No duplication noted. (Qty)£30 
446BR/LT SEVERED HALVES. A large box described by the vendor as “Unsorted Halves”. The bulk would appear to be issued in 1987 and from Southern Region stations. The LT issues appear to be to stations on the Southern Region also. Probably about 4,000 in the lot. Extent of duplication unknown, but sure to be some. (Qty)£30 
447AN ALBUM of 360 loose-mounted Isle of Man BUS TRAM & RAILWAY TICKETS including issues from Douglas Head Marine Drive, IofM Tramways, Douglas Corporation, IofM Road, IofM Nat Transport, IofM Passenger Transport, Manx Electric, IofM Railways, etc. Comprising punch type, Edmondsons, thin card, seasons, TIM, Setright, etc. Old and new. No duplication. (880)£160 
448BRITISH BUS COMPANIES. Probably c.800 UK provincial municipal and Local Authority bus services BUS TICKETS loose mounted in a clip file album, starting with the letters “P” (Potteries Motor Traction) to “Y” (Yorkshire Woollen District). Most are punch type tickets, but many other types included also. All appear to be different. (Qty)£30 
449SWISS RAILWAYS. An album containing a collection of Swiss Edmondson railway tickets, both State and private lines, and including a number of examples dating back to the 1920s. Condition is generally good. (450)£210 
450TRAMWAYS LIGHT RAILWAYS FUNICULAR & OTHER NARROW GAUGE RAILWAYS selection of c. 500 Edmondsons, Ultimate, large card/thin card APTIS type, etc., tickets loose mounted on loose sheet album pages. A varied selection of concerns offered old and new. Some ephemera included also. (Qty)£100 
451SOUTHERN RAILWAY box full of severed halves from most parts of the system and offering a good range of types. Probably over 2,000 items in the lot. Too many to list. (Qty)£55 
452BOX OF unsorted Green Diamond and A/A machine issued PLATFORM TICKETS with a number of early 1980s pink and white BR whole Edmondsons, plus a bundle of LT Rapidprinter machine issues thrown in. Probably about 3,000 tickets in this lot. Extent of duplication unknown. (Qty)£270 
453CONCESSIONARY BUS TRAVEL: A folder containing 22 different specimen BUS PASSES from c.1990/1 issued by Local Authorities in Bournemouth, Essex, Kent, London and Surrey, together with two publicity leaflets and three (folded) posters from Hertfordshire dated 1994/5. (27)N/S 
454IRISH BUS & RAIL. An album of about 5/600 different loose-mounted BUS & RAIL TICKETS in a folder. The bus tickets are mainly large card and modern from CIE and Bus Eirann, but includes Edmondsons. The rail tickets are all CIE and mostly whole Edmondsons with a number of more modern tickets towards the end. (Qty)£30 
455AUSTRALIA: A box file containing over 700 Edmondsons, some mounted and some in bundles. There are 55 issued (1930s-1970s) and c.190 audit from the Victorian Railways, 16 issued and c.300 audit from Tasmania Government Railways, 40 issued from New South Wales (1950s-1970s), 65 audit from South Australia, 5 issued from Western Australia, 30 audit from the Emu Bay Railway, 18 issued from the Puffing Billy line under various ownership, and 5 others. The lot also includes a small quantity of paper, card and platform tickets. (Qty)£180 
456BR(S) NCR21 . A box containing over 3,000 NCR21s on various coloured cards with a good mix of early and later styles and a variety of fare types. All appear to be issued. Extent of duplication, if any, unknown. (Qty)£140 
457LT RAILWAYS. A shoebox of LT Underground tickets, with a number bearing LPTB title. The lot includes about 60 issued Edmondsons from various stations and 60 issued Privilege tickets. There is a quantity of issued Season Tickets including a few pre-war and wartime examples and a number from the 1960s/early 1970s, some with through bus and trolleybus availability. Machine issues include earlier prints from a variety of stations as well as oxide backed examples which include a good quantity of dual-priced examples. Withdrawn stock includes c.100 Edmondsons and probably in the region of 200 Travelcards. (Qty)£55 
458AN ALBUM of over 400 mostly punch type BUS TICKETS from operators in East Anglia. Included are examples from Blackwell’s, Chambers, Colchester CT, Eastern National, Hicks, Kelvedon Coaches, Osbourne, Theobalds, Westcliff MS, Southend CT, etc . Ultimates, Setright, Wayfarer, Bellgraphic, thin card, large card seasons, etc., included. No duplication, but a good number are unissued and probably ex-TTS distributions. (Qty)£20 
459SEASON TICKETS. A box of probably over 500 SEASON TICKETS CAPITALCARDS and TRAVELCARDS from Southern Region stations and London Area stations in other regions, filed in alphabetical order from “E” (Esher) to “H” (Harrow-on-the-Hill) and issued in the mid-1980s. No duplication. (Qty)£30 
460EUROPEAN RAILWAYS TICKETS. A box containing several hundred railway tickets, from a variety of European countries (excl. UK). Almost all are Edmondsons, but a few are strictly speaking “of approximately Edmondson size”. A number appear to date from the 1950s, but there are some which are earlier. (Qty)£70 
461IRISH WHOLE EDMONDSONS. Approx 300 unissued whole Edmondsons from the CDRJC, CIE, UTA and NIR companies. All appear to be different and VGC. (Qty)£20 
462BRITISH BUS COMPANIES. Probably c.800 UK BUS TICKETS from minor bus companies loose mounted in a clip file album, starting with the letters “O” (OK & Gaunless Valley) to “Y” (York Pullman). Most are punch type tickets, but many other types included also. All appear to be different. (Qty)£60 
463EUROPE: Approx. 400 mainly issued whole from a variety of countries. The majority are from the 1950s, but there is also a good selection of earlier issues, particularly from Eastern Europe, and odd items from the 1960s. No apparent duplication. (c.400)£110 
464LATE STYLE BR EDMONDSONS. A biscuit tin containing c.900 issued and c.600 audit whole Edmondsons mainly from the 1980s on white or pink card. Many Scottish stations represented but with a good number of English issued noted. A mix of more traditional and later style typefaces represented. Some duplication. (Qty)£320 
465AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND: A mixed collection comprising 167 whole, 9 severed halves, 19 paper and 22 card rail tickets, plus 68 miscellaneous bus and tram tickets. Around two-thirds of the whole tickets are audit issues from Tasmania and Victoria. The remainder are from 9 different operators and include issued examples from the South Maitland Railway. The bus and tram tickets are from 13 different operators. (Qty)£120 
466AN ALBUM of UK & Irish Minor and Heritage Railways loose-mounted BUS & TRAM TICKETS from railways beginning with the letters “A” to “M.” Old and new. No duplication. (360)£50 
467A DELVER’S DELIGHT of mostly BR whole Edmondsons and severed halves, with one or two overseas tickets thrown in. One or two preserved railways also. Probably about 3,000 items in the lot. (Qty)£90 
468BRITISH BUS COMPANIES. Probably c.800 UK provincial Local Authority bus services BUS TICKETS loose mounted in a clip file album, starting with the letters “R” (Ramsbottom UDC) to “W” (Wolverhampton BC). Most are punch type tickets, but many other types included also. All appear to be different. (Qty)£160 
469CZECH RAILWAYS. An album containing a collection of Edmondson railway tickets from Czechoslovakia, including a number dating back to the 1920s/1930s. Good range of stations and types; condition is generally very good. (264)£70 
470BOX FILE of approx 1,200 mixed Pre-Nationalisation, BR, BTC, BRB and LT PLATFORM TICKETS. The BRB platforms are a mixture of red diamond and green diamond issues. Mostly Edmondson card, but a bundle of A/A machine issues noted also. All appear to be different. (Qty)£560 
471BR(S) NCR21. A box containing over 3,000 NCR21s the bulk dated 1974/1975 and therefore on original colours ie green, pink, buff, blue, white, etc. Later errors included. Issues seem to be in South Eastern and Central Sections only. Some duplication of journey. (Qty)£320 
472BR MULTIPRINTER/FLEXIPRINTER AND OTHER MACHINE ISSUES. A box containing in excess of 650 Multiprinter issues on white, pink and green card with a variety of fare types noted. Also several hundred Ultimatics, although with some duplication, and a small bundle of c.80 mixed machine issues of various different types and 30 Glasgow area oxide-backed tickets. (Qty)£340 
473BRITISH BUS COMPANIES. Probably c.800 UK provincial municipal and Local Authority bus services BUS TICKETS loose mounted in a lever-arch album, starting with the letters “M” (Maidstone Corporation) to “P” (Preston Corporation). Most are punch type tickets, but many other types included also. All appear to be different. (Qty)£20 
474LT UNDERGROUND unissued whole Edmondsons. Approx 500/600 station of origin dating from the 1970s. A good selection of stations and types offered. A few “station to station”, Rapidprinter and oxide backed issues noted also. No obvious duplication. (Qty)£40 
475AN ALBUM of pre-Nationalisation and BR SEAT RESERVATION TICKETS and LABELS used and unused up to almost present day. A whole range of items included all loose-mounted in a lever-arch file. Probably about 800 items in the lot. (Qty)£30 
476AN ALBUM of UK & Irish Minor and Heritage Railways loose-mounted BUS & TRAM TICKETS from railways beginning with the letters “N to “Y” Old and new. No duplication. (c350)£50 
477BR(S) NCR21. A box containing over 2,500 NCR21s, the bulk dated 1970-1976 and therefore on original colours ie green, pink, buff, blue, white, etc. Issues appear to be from all sections. Some duplication of journey. (Qty)£320 
478A BOX containing a large selection of Setright Speed machine issued BUS TICKETS from a variety of UK operators. Probably around 5,000 issues in this lot. Too many to count. (Qty)£55 
479BUS & RAIL END OF COLLECTION. A large box full of boxes containing the remains of a collection. Included are many bus tickets from a variety of operators including LT. The boxes of rail tickets include whole and half Edmondsons, TIM and other guard issued tickets. Several thousand tickets thought to be in this lot. (Qty)£120 
480A large boxed filled with approx 2,000 unsorted mixed BR whole Edmondsons dating from 1950s-1980s. Issued and unissued. Extent of duplication unknown. In dire need of sorting! (Qty)£300 
481BOX of approx 400 assorted London Transport TRAM, TROLLEYBUS, BUS AND COUNTRY BUS TICKETS divided into type/fare specific envelopes. 26 Colchester Corp-oration unused 1d, 5d and 6d Emergency Tickets also included. (Qty)£25 
482BR INTIS (Intermediate Ticket Issuing System) box of approx 2,000 computer validated thin card issues dating from 1986/1987, Appears to be to and from stations on the Southern Region only. Each is for a different journey, class or type, apart from a section marked “not checked” hence there could be duplicates. (Qty)£30 
483LONDON TRANSPORT BUSES: A boxed collection of approx 500 geographical punch-type BUS TICKETS, from Routes 53 to 79 inclusive, with both large and small fare overprints. A good number of high values are included; all appear to be different, and are generally in very good used condition. (Qty)£100 
484BR/BR & LT. A box of probably over 500 unsorted SEASON TICKETS CAPITALCARDS and TRAVEL-CARDS from Southern Region and London Area stations issued in the mid-1980s. Little or no duplication. (Qty)£40 
485A DELVER’S DELIGHT of BR whole Edmondsons, plus thin card and paper tickets etc. One or two Isle of Man, preserved railways and bus tickets noted also. Probably about 3,000 items in the lot. (Qty)£410 
486BR(S) NCR21 . In the region of 800 issued NCR21s on various coloured cards with a good mix of early and later styles and a variety of fare types. A handful of unissued tickets included. (Qty)£75 
487AN OVERSEAS RAIL MISCELLANY OF MAINLY PAPER AND LARGE CARD TICKETS – over 300 pieces in total (booklets counted as one piece). Around half are from European countries, but 60 are from the USA (including all system Passes), and 50 from the other continents (including 18 Eds.), while there are a similar number of BR International pieces. The vast majority are issued, though a few of the USA tickets are from withdrawn stock. (Qty)£35 
488LONDON TRANSPORT COACHES /BUSES album of ultimate, Setright, large card, paper, punch type, self cancellation, commemorative tickets and passes, etc., spanning the period from the 1950s to the 1990s. Probably c.800 loose mounted onto loose leaf album pages housed within a plastic cover. (Qty)£45 
489PRE-NATIONALISATION TICKETS. An album containing loose-mounted GWR, LMS, LNER and SR mostly issued whole Edmondsons and halves. A couple of duplicates only noted. Most appear to be in VGC. (150wh 155hlf)£320 
490SHOEBOX containing approx 2,800 BR/BTC/BRB SEVERED HALVES from a huge variety of stations in all regions including transitional types and closed stations. (Qty)£30 
491AN ALBUM of approx 5/600 UK Bus Operators BUS TICKETS from concerns starting with the letter “W” (Wainfleet Nuneaton to Williams Pongiau). Many different types, but predominantly punch type. (Qty)£75 
492BR(S) NCR21. A box containing over 3,000 NCR21s all withdrawn stock. 23 different stations covered from Ashford (Kent) to Charing Cross. All on later colours. Little or no duplication. (Qty)£160 
493LONDON TRANSPORT BUSES: A boxed collection of approx 500 geographical punch-type BUS TICKETS, from Routes 80 to 116/117 inclusive, with both large and small fare overprints. A good number of high values are included; all appear to be different, and are generally in very good used condition. (Qty)£150 
494UK RAIL LARGE CARD AND PAPER TICKETS. A cardboard box with a large quantity of various paper and card tickets from UK railways, both large and small and including some pre-Nat material. Sorting should repay. (Qty)£45 
495NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS loose mounted album of approx 250 passenger tickets and about 40 parcels (including road services) labels including Edmondson card, thin card, large card and paper examples, dating from 1960s-1990s. Also includes a few season tickets and items of ephemera. A good proportion issued. (Qty)£55 
496A DELVER’S DELIGHT of mostly BR whole Edmondsons, plus thin card and paper tickets etc. One or two Isle of Man and preserved railways also. Probably about 3,000 items in the lot. (Qty)£260 
497BISCUIT TIN CONTAINING Over 1,000 unissued BR whole Edmondsons mainly from the North Eastern Region. Unusually, few have been defaced by the usual “Specimen” stamp. Some thin card and paper tickets included. Duplication noted. (Qty)£400 
498AN ALBUM of some 300 or so RAIL BUS & TRAM TICKETS from UK Museums. Preserved Tramways, Post Bus Services, County Council Sponsored Services, etc. Edmondson, Punch and many other types featured. All different. (Qty)£40 
499CHARITY LOT. This lot is made up of odds and ends from various vendors who have donated end of collection items to a suitable railway charity. The lot contains a general selection of mostly UK railway tickets and passes, with a number of Irish and European tickets, a few bus, tram, and trolleybus included also. Probably in excess of 2,000 items in the lot. The proceeds are for a project on the Great Central Railway in Leicestershire. (Qty)£480 
500AND FINALLY.. AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS large lever arch file containing probably in excess of 1,000 tickets from Queensland, Commonwealth, Victorian and New South Wales Government Railways. Mostly whole Edmondsons (a fair proportion issued 1950s-1980s), plus thin card, paper, seasons, etc. Includes some more modern bus and tram tickets also. (Qty)£320 
 END OF SALE  
 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS  
 References to Luggage Label types (eg N42/IG11) are those shown in the Railway Print Society publications “Pre-Grouping Luggage Labels” (RPS1) and “Luggage Labels of Ireland” (RPS2) and the regular updates in “The Paperchase” and RPS Newsletters.  
 Station opening/closure dates (where given) are as shown in the publication “ The Directory of Railway Stations” by RVJ Butt, published by Patrick Stephens, which we gratefully acknowledge.  
 The book “The Directory of British Tramways” by Keith Turner, published by Patrick Stephens, was used to research tramway opening and closure dates and is gratefully acknowledged also.  
 References to Platform Ticket types (eg T2 = Type 2 etc) are those detailed in Michael Stewart’s “Catalogue of British Platform Tickets to 1948,” published by the author.