Below. Tube Train carriage handle £65 + P&P. For someone who’s always hanging around... various types from 1938 - 1972 very few left now so hurry if you’d like one.
Below. Brass whistle from a 1959 / 62 stock train. This will polish up nicely.
Right, delightful London Underground Track Gangs Look Out’s kit, Acme Thunderer whistle, horn, enamel armband, 4 flags marked LT, appears unused.
£85 + UK P&P
Hi, Just want to say thank you for the carriage handle, quick delivery and just what I wanted. Thanks R
Left. London Transport Gibson A14 ticket machine as used on Routemaster and RT buses from the 1950’s - 1990’s. Working well with spare ticket rolls. A superb piece of London Transport history that you can actually play with!
Below. Ticket Clipper marked London Transport. £35 inc P&P
Above. Formica like sign about 24 x 36”. Double sided. BELOW, quality enamel badges. £7.50 each.
Below, these PUSH ONCE buttons can safely operate your low voltage door bell. From the 1940s onwards
Driver & Conductors Badges.£15 ea. Inc P&P[Drivers badge sold]
Above and below. Enamel Bus Stop Flags 1950s
ABOVE, Sorry, currently out of stock.
Below. 42 x 8” original L.U. glass sign mounted within a non-original frame and also back-lit. Looks a delight when lit. Sold BUT MORE HERE:
Below A60 stock emergency carriage candle lamp. Sold
Above. JUNIOR STAFF CLUB badges, then two Routemaster Badges. All are of quality enamel. £3.75 each.
BELOW Schleger design double-sided Bus Stop Flag. 1930s, bronze frame, double-sided, superb for it’s age.
RIGHT. An engraved solid brass door handle from a Metropolitan Railway carriage, early 20th century ‘Live in Metroland’. £345 inc UK P&P
So many of London’s suburbs came about by the foresight of Sir Edward Watkin. He encouraged housing development on surplus land owned by the ‘Met’ of which he was Chairman. This is a truly delightful reminder of those days and can be easily restored.
Rare and very special indeed, a perfect gift for someone living in 'Metroland' that you thought had everything!
Above, treadplates 1961 & 1973, easily set into a doorway at home, 60” wide but can be cut down to suit. £95 ea
LEFT. 3 Aspect [colour lenses] oil lamps, all complete, stamped L.T. £95 L.T.P.B £125.
Right genuine London Underground staff belts with roundel clasps. Far right, cap badges various
RIGHT. From the Wood Green Power Control Room. Large brass and enamel signs for Arnos Grove and Cockfosters. The image to the left dates from the early 1930s and shows the room from which they came. Sorry, now sold but left on here for you to admire.
BELOW a 12" working battery clock with the dial marked LONDON TRANSPORT. £65 + P&P
BELOW. Glass train / signal indicator panel for Balham Tooting and Clapham section.
Below brake pressure gauge 1938 stock £27 inc UKP&P.
Below. Rare Docklands Light Railway Promotional watch. New, unused. £35 inc P&P
LEFT, heavy brass pressure relief valve believed C Stock. This would polish nicely! £35 + P&P
RIGHT. A60 destination box and MetropoIitan Line blind. Wind a different destination on each day! sorry sold.
Below, from 1950 the bonnet plate from RT 3968
Above left. 1980s area traffic managers cap, £35, above right Senior Official’s cap, Sold
Acme Thunderer whistles with neck chains marked District & SQE. Lovely condition. £35 each
Left and right, 1960s Metropolitan Line car luggage racks. Sturdily made of aluminium these can be polished or painted and will last a lifetime even after they’ve already worked hard for millions of miles over the last 50 years. BEWARE of reproductions now coming to market, these are ORIGINALS!
Easy to fix to your wall. Note: Not all of these had the underslung hook. Very few laft now
BELOW LEFT. Routemaster Bus indicator switch believed to be in working order. £75 inc UK P&P RIGHT. Routemaster Bus perspex radiator badge. £105 Inc P&P. Below. DEADMANS HANDLE 59/62 £165 + P&P
Dear Haydn. This is just to let you know that I received the switch today. It was very well packed and arrived in excellent condition. Many thanks, and Best Regards H. Portugal
Good morning - it's arrived and it's absolutely perfect - thankyou so much - I'm totally delighted and I know he will love it! Many, many thanks for the button and for your prompt and efficient service, best wishes, L
Right: UNDERGROUND lapel badges in good used condition. £15 each inc UK P&P
Left, from Battery loco L29 , sorry sold.
RIGHT. A Porcelain fuse holder, beautifully made with a lovely smooth feel to it. Would make a superb paperweight. I believe it’s from a 1959 stock train. These are quite large, some 8” tall. £20 inc P&P
RIGHT. Temporary bus stop known as a ‘Dolly Stop’, in excellent condition. Very sturdily made. Clip a few coat hooks to the shaft [or ask me to supply it so adorned] and you’ll have a superb transport related coat stand. Sorry, sold.
Below. London Transport flagpole topped off with a solid brass roundel complete with ropes and pulleys. Top quality, about 8 feet long, unused. Sorry, sold.
Above and below [centre close-up] , 1930s Underground carriage ventilation grill, Possibly N or Q stock, very good condition for age. Sorry now sod, left on fthe site for your interest.
Below, tube carriage door switches. £45 Mainly right arrow examples left now.
Original 2013 TFL flags celebrating 150 years of the Underground , various sizes from 6 x 3" to huge. British made, high quality, some used from £50 +P&P
Below, railway carriage builder Metro Cammell nameplate dated 1967, above tube carriage door treadplate, dated 1962 again by Metro Cammell. Nice smalliah pieces easy to display.
SOLD, ANOTHER WANTED
LEFT, front panel from a 1940s/50s single decker RF bus [example to the right].
The centre section hinges down for access to the radiator filler cap.In excellent condition.
The roundel can be detached from the panel
BELOW, enamel armband worn by the lookout keeping an eye out for the safety of his tracklaying gang. Excellent condition. I have a matching complete set of flags and whistle too.
CENTRE, 3 aspect oil lamp in excellent working order marked LT. Could be handy in a crisis!
The grille arrived Wednesday morning. Thank you for packaging it so well. I was pleased to see you had sent it with a reputable courier too - thank you for making sure it arrived safe and sound. It's a lovely item I'm pleased to have in my collection. Kind regards, R April 21