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Sale 272P, Closing Date: Tuesday, 17th December 2019
SRA Postal Auction: London Transport Maps and Brochures
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Lot 437 METROPOLITAN RAILWAY pocket map and guide. Fold out type opening to show coloured underground map with travel information on rear. Undated, circa 1910s. Some wear and loss at folds. - Sold for £160 to bidder number 4738
Lot 438 METROPOLITAN RAILWAY "Map of Extension Lines into Metro-Land". Double sized coloured paper map showing central London and extension to Verney Junction and Brill. Undated, folded, probably ex guide book. - Sold for £16 to bidder number 1817
Lot 439 LONDON TRAMWAYS pocket map and guide dated winter 1922/23. - Sold for £7 to bidder number 2232
Lot 440 LONDON TRAMWAYS pocket map and guide dated 1930. - Sold for £8 to bidder number 2232
Lot 441 LCC TRAMS pocket map and guide dated May 1931. Front shows blue and red illustration of Greenwich Park. Fold tears, some large. - Sold for £16 to bidder number 1817
Lot 442 EVENING NEWS published "London Tube Map". Thick card map folding into green cloth covers. Opens to show tube map with fares on rear. Circa 1910s. - Sold for £110 to bidder number 4743
Lot 443 UNDERGROUND "General Strike 1926" pass for a volunteer in the Operating Department for use at Elephant & Castle depot. Worn. £10
Lot 444 GEC TRACTION coloured pictorial brochure produced as supplementary information to London Transport re potential vehicles for LT. Coloured pictorial card covers, 30+pp dated 1984. Small annotation on front cover. £10
Lot 445 LONDON TRANSPORT small sized notice "The Southgate Extension of the Piccadilly Railway from Finsbury Park to Cockfosters is now under construction and there will be stations at Manor Park, Turnpike Lane, etc". Approx 5" x 5", maroon print. Plus similar in blue print re opening of Cockfosters station in June 1953 and change of name for Dover Street and British Museum. Punch holes to second item. Issued to be added to station Underground maps. (2) - Sold for £50 to bidder number 3068
Total number of Lots in London Transport Maps and Brochures: 9.
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