Here is a selection of railway relics from Lincolnshire and further afield. If you have any railway items
that you would like to sell please use the 'contact us' link to send details of what you have. Attach a photo if you
These totems are from Lincolnshire stations closed over 30 years ago.
East Ham and Bromley are stations on the Fenchurch Street to Southend-on-Sea line although both are now served by
London Underground's District Line.
This LNER road sign is from Southend.
British Rail totems in Western Region brown and Southern Region Green.
Station Enamels come in all shapes and sizes, larger stations had more specific signage such as this one from
a Left Luggage Office.
This is an enamel seat back name probably dating from pre-1923.
This later example is probably LNER in origin.
Here is a selection of Eastern Region door plates.
London Transport brass framed enamel station sign.
London Transport's corporate style extended to both train and bus operations. This brass framed bus stop
demonstrates the similarity in design and appearance with the station sign above.
Just a few more images of transport relics. Once again if you have anything similar that you wish to sell
please get in touch.
A few examples of Public Service Vehicle drivers licences. Issued from 1838 through to the mid 1990's, for
more information on the subject see; www.PSVBadges.co.uk.
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