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Section of track
Section of track, section of track consisting of 2 wooden rails and 2 wooden sleepers from Groverake coal mine near Blanchland, Co Durham, c1750, 18'' narrow gauge.
Track for Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Signalling School Model Railway Layout
Track for Model railway layout, gauge 1, Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Signalling School, built 1912, by L&YR. Includes 6 left hand sets of points, 6 right hand sets of points, 1 scissors crossing and 1 set of trap or catch points. 2 sets of Y points at B junction signal box.
Six lengths of model railway track, c 1955
Model railway track, `O' gauge tinplate, set of 6 curved rails, 1' radius, boxed, by Hornby, England, c 1955.
Model locomotive "Queen Mary"with railway carriage and brake van on length of track, c 1914
Model railway train, 'O' gauge coarse scale, 3rd rail electric, comprising London & North Western Railway 4-4-0 No 2664 "Queen Mary" , London & North Western Railway lavatory composite No 1153 and London and North Western Railway luggage brake No 1436, by Bing, Germany, c 1914, on a length of track, presented to John Newsome, General Advertising Manager, Dunlop, on his retirement in 1978.
Two sets of points part of model railway track, c 1955
Model railway track, `O' gauge tinplate, set of 2 points, left and right hand, 1' radius curved, boxed, by Hornby, England, c 1955.
Stondart Quarry Railway permanent way
3ft length of cast iron rail (inverted T section); 3ft length of cast iron rail with 3 ribs for use on level crossing; three cast iron chairs with central spikes (2 broken off) and spare spike; three stone sleepers; all from the Stondart Quarry Railway, Welshpool, c. 1810.
Rails, sleepers, chairs, and spikes from old Silkstone Railway
Two lengths cast iron rails, three stone sleepers, three cast iron chairs and six spikes, old Silkstone Railway (1809)
Model of Deutsche Bundesbahn steam locomotive with 4 lengths of track, c 1965
Model diesel-electric locomotive, O gauge, Deutsche Bundesbahn Class 216 011-7, maroon and grey livery, in original cardboard box, with 4 lengths of track in second box, by Rivarossi, Italy, c 1965. Overall: 95 mm x 380 mm x 70 mm.