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Last shed was Worcester from where withdrawal took place in November 1965. Face restored, rear ex loco stamped L6838 so the left-hand plate. The original 8 inch dial has had some light restoration and shows SR 10219, the brass case has a cast brass bezel with bevelled glass and the substantial chain driven fusee movement with Harrisons maintaining power is in clean working condition.A small quantity of photographs and correspondence accompanies. The clock is mounted on a mahogany plinth which has a brass plate attached S. Canterbury 1929 - 1964 Presented to the Dover Waterguard.The rear stop/tail bulb is not the usual bayonet fit type but has a pinched end; part number 34906-MBB-611 @ £1.20, all these parts are available online from David Silver's.Any Deauville (NT650, NT700) or NTV650 owners wishing to contribute to these or similar tasks, or comment in any way, are very welcome to email me - you MUST manually remove the 'z' from the email address and put 'Deauville' in either the subject or the message body, to pass through my antispam filters.Comes with a framed Certificate of Merit for entry into the 57th Model Engineering Exhibition January 1st - 9th 1988.Live Steam model 3.5 inch gauge of Southern Railway Schools class 900 Eton, a well engineered model with fluted coupling rods, full brake gear and other detail, the model has certainly been used but no certificates are present. Ex GWR 2-8-0 Locomotive built Swindon October 1912 and allocated to Pontypool Road. Enamel double sided Motoring sign 18 inch x 18 inch RAC APPROVED, in good condition with a few chips, makers name Bruton Palmers Green N13 and Royal Automobile Club Pall Mall London SW1 enamelled on the base.Sod's Law says it will be three o'clock in the morning and the weather will be raining Datsun Cogs.
Directions - From Kidderminster proceed in a north westerly direction on the A442 Bridgnorth Road.
Description - Aston House is a wonderful detached character home originally dating back to the 19th Century having been improved and extended over time providing a well proportioned family home set within fabulous private gardens and grounds within the wonderful South Shropshire countryside.
The property has an abundance of attractive rural views and sits conveniently between the stunning medieval town of Much Wenlock and the beautiful and popular riverside town of Bridgnorth.
Ex Class 56 number 56037 named July 1981 and removed August 1997 when it was painted into EWS livery. Fine Scale 5in Gauge Jones & Co Coal Wagon, Great Malvern, Malvern Link & Colwall No 15 from a David Noble kit.
Extremely well built and steamed regularly in the past.
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