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Totems

When the new "BRITISH RAILWAYS"  were formed in 1948 a new image was brought out with enamelled steel lozenge shaped station signs called totems. There are many versions of these totems and a range of colours for the different regions. We try to acquire the very best examples for our customers and in our well equipped restoration workshops we can undertake any repairs. Totems always have been very collectible items with prices ranging from as little as £250.00 up to £12,000.00!

 

NEW TOTEMS IN BR S F/F GUILDFORD. BR S F/F CLANDON. BR S F/F BEARSTEAD & THURNHAM. BR W  H/F KINGHAM. BR W F/F BEDMINSTER. BR W F/F BRIDGWATER...

 

Railwayana, Totems

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Edge Hill Station is the oldest passenger railway station in the World. Some say when Stephenson's Rocket left Edge Hill for Manchester on the 15th September 1830 it marked the beginning of the modern world. This totem is in 100% ex railway un-restored condition. A good colour and shine considering the location and heavy industry nearby. The totem has its original rear fixing bracket which is included in the sale.

Price (collection):
£675.00
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Lostock Gralam railway station serves the village of Lostock Gralam in Cheshire, England. The station is on the Mid-Cheshire Line from Chester to Manchester .... This totem is in excellent condition with great colour and shine. There are a few minor chip touchins well excuted.

Price (collection):
£895.00
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Fully flanged with some restoration.

Price (collection):
£850.00
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A great example of this totem from this location.

Price (collection):
£1275.00
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HALF FLANGED, FROM THE LEATHERHEAD TO GUILDFORD ROUTE.

Price (collection):
£595.00
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BR TOTEM SIGN FULLY FLANGED

Price (collection):
£575.00
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FULLY FLANGED, FROM THE MAIDSTONE EAST TO ASHFORD ROUTE.

Price (collection):
£675.00
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FULLY FLANGED . THIS STATION IS JUST WEST OF GLASGOW'S QUEEN STREET, ON THE ROUTE TO DUMBARTON AND HELENSBURGH.

Price (collection):
£590.00
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FROM THE MANCHESTER TO OLDHAM AND ROCHDALE ROUTE. THE STATION CLOSED IN 1966.

Price (collection):
£645.00
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Half flanged enamel totem from the Oxford to Worcester route, once junction for Banburry and Cheltenham.

Price (collection):
£795.00
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The station opened on 24 November 1879 on the Metropolitan Railway (later the Metropolitan line). From 1894 to 1938 it was known as Willesden Green and Cricklewood station. From 20 November 1939 it also served the Stanmore branch of the Bakerloo line, with Met services being withdrawn the following year. It transferred to the Jubilee line in 1979.

Price (collection):
£1245.00
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Botley railway station serves Botley in Hampshire, England, on the line between Eastleigh and Fareham. It is 78 miles 72 chains (127.0 km) down the line from

Price (collection):
£640.00
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