Two have skeleton red “T” overprints denoting transfers and one is overprinted “Child’s ½d Ticket.” All different and good/VGC.(10)GN & L&NW JOINT RAILWAY issued (2) and audit (8) whole including a pre-Group print from Barnstone (i) and a pre-Nat print Melton Mowbray with “Child” clip (i), plus audits from East Norton, John O’ Gaunt (2), Great Dalby, Melton Mowbray (2), Tilton (2).One of the 1d issues has the dated “1911” in the title. (6)GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY coloured pictorial named train LUGGAGE LABELS comprising “The Cheltenham Flyer – World’s Fastest Train” in green/blue/orange/ white; “The Cornish Riviera Express” in orange/brown/blue/yellow; “The Torbay Limited” in orange/yellow/ black/white.Each measures 100mm x 72mm and all are in pristine condition.(3)SOUTH EASTERN & CHATHAM RAILWAY London Area issued 3rd class singles from: Blackheath, Brockley Lane (2 different), Cannon Street (3 different), Catford Bridge, Clapham Road, Crofton Park, Kent House (Beckenham), Lewisham Junction, London Bridge (2 different), New Cross, New Eltham & Pope St, Nunhead, Waterloo Junction (2 different).(18)SCOTTISH TRAMS MISCELLANY of all geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising examples from Aberdeen Corporation (2), Edinburgh Corporation (6), Glasgow Corp-oration (3) and Rothesay Tramways Co (3). (15)SOUTHERN RAILWAY – 100 issued whole comprising 13 x 1st singles, 63 x 3rd singles, 8 x 3rd Child singles, 7 x 3rd Privilege singles, and 9 x one-piece Cheap Day returns. (10)LCC TRAMS transitional punch type geographical TRAM TICKETS from North Metropolitan routes taken over by the LCC with codes 49-58 at ½d, 1d, 1½d fares and an Exchange. (8)SOUTHERN RAILWAY-UNUSUAL TYPES: 3rd Rail & River, 1st Athletic Club, Visit to Evacuees, Music Hall, Theatrical Band, Half-Day Excursion Including Cruise Round Io W, Gillingham Football Club, Eagles Steamers Day Excursion, Monthly Return Including Admission to Chessington Zoo, 1st Return Including Admission to Crystal palace, Cheap Day Excess Return, Speedway Racing Including Admission to New Cross Stadium, Epsom Races, Period Exc’n, Kent Miner, Summer Ticket, Mercantile Marine Seaman on Leave, 1st Excess Cheap Day, Musical Instrument, Bournemouth Belle, One Tri-Car by Tow Boat.Each group comprises tickets from all diff-erent stations, while most were issued in Pre-Nat days. TAFF VALE RAILWAY type T15 LUGGAGE LABELS to a wide range of destinations from Cardiff Queen Street, Cardiff (TV), Ferndale, Mountain Ash, Pontypridd, Pontypridd Junction and Treherbert. (5wh2hlf)ISLE OF WIGHT RAILWAY LUGGAGE LABELS comprising I41 type on white paper to Ryde St John’s Road, I42 type on yellow paper to Bognor via South Coast Railway, type I43 on orange paper to Winchester Via Stokes Bay and SWR. (3)GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY all issued mostly singles from Aldersgate Street, Bowes Park, Bradford (grubby, Bd), Crouch End (whole Rtn) (glue stain on back), Edgware, Finchley (Church End), Finsbury Park (excess paper on back), Mill Hill, Nottingham (Joint St’n) (excess paper on back), Ossett (clear mounting hinge on back), plus a selection of severed halves from all parts of the system (some with faults). (10wh 20hlf)LGOC geographical punch type HORSEBUS TICKETS from the 1894-c.1905 period in association with other operators and bearing the anonymous “Omnibus Ticket” heading. All unissued and in VGC apart from a couple with excess paper on back.(100)LONDON PASSENGER TRANS-PORT BOARD [GREEN LINE COACHES] geographical punch type BUS TICKETS at 3d, 6d, 1/-d, 1/3d, 1/6d and 2/-d with fare printed in red within a red circle from a variety of services. Three examples are on the light grey paper mentioned in RPS1. (46)CYPRUS GOVERNMENT RAIL-WAY issued 3rd class singles from Famagusta (to Angastina, Mousoulita, Stylos), and Nicosia (to Prastion, Yenagra), plus two severed halves also from Nicosia. (20)EARLY LONDON INDEPENDENT (PIRATE) BUS OPERATORS mostly geographical punch type BUS TICKETS comprising Allens 1½d numerical, Balls 2d olive green, Great Eastern Motor Omnibus 1d white, London and District Motor Bus Co 1d white (Bd), New London & Suburban 1d white and Vanguard 2d blue numerical. (6)LONDON & NORTHERN EASTERN RAILWAY circular pictorial LUGGAGE LABELS for the named train “The Queen of Scots” in green/yellow/white/black with outline of “A3” class locomotive to Darling-ton, Harrogate and Leeds Central.
(10)BR(H) mostly 2nd/3rd class issued, mostly singles comprising from Arbroath (Rtn) (Trans), Beith Town, Bucksburn, Cardenden (000), Carnoustie, Craiglockhart (u) (000), Dalmellington (000), Drumpark, Duddingston, Dundee (Mag Green) (000), Edinburgh (Waverley) (Rtn), Eskbank, Gorgie East, Glasgow (Queen St), Haymarket, Heads of Ayr, Kirton Bridge (u) (000), Kyle of Lochalsh, Leuchars Junction (Trans), Morningside Road (Trans), Musselburgh, Newington, Oban, Slateford (Rtn) (Trans), Tillicoultry. (25)LONDON GENERAL OMNIBUS Co all different geographical punch type HORSE BUS TICKETS issued between 18 comprising 1d white (4), 2d blue (2), 3d pink (1), 4d olive green (1) from a variety of routes. (8)LCC TRAMS early punch type geo-graphical TRAM TICKETS from a variety of services south of the Thames at fares between ½d and 2d.(10)THE NATIONAL STEAM CAR Co Ltd mostly punch type geographical BUS TICKETS from services Putney and South London to Victoria Tavern, Oxford Circus and Liverpool Street at fares between 1d and 3d.Also included is a later 7d numerical stage example.All in excellent condition and guaranteed original.
GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY BISHOP’S STORTFORD AND BRAINTREE BRANCH.
Two 3rd class singles from Dunmow and from Felstead (both to Witham) (dated 19 respectively) in good and excellent condition. (2)SOUTHERN RAILWAY WEST OF ENGLAND all issued singles from different stations: Barnstaple Junction, Bere Ferrers, Bude, Bridestowe, Camelford, Christchurch. (25)CALEDONIAN RAILWAY issued whole Edmondsons comprising Accompanied Article singles from Colinton, Comrie, Crieff, Moffat, Newhaven, St Fillans, Stirling, plus 3rd class singles from Hamilton (Central), Muirend, Yoker.