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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 MAIDSTONE EAST. BR S F/F BEARSTEAD & THURNHAM. . BR M FULLY FLANGED MOSTYN. BR E THORNE SOUTH. BR E THORNE NORTH. BR E DERBY ROAD. BR S NEWINGTON. BR S HITHER GREEN. 

 

Railwayana, Totems

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West Croydon station lies in what was once the terminal basin of the Croydon Canal. First opening in 1839, its last major overhaul to the station was in the 1930s, when the original station building and ticket office were closed and converted into shops.

Price (collection):
£645.00
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Plumstead is on the North Kent line and was opened 10 years after the line opened on 16 July 1859.The platforms are below road level: the gabled station buildings stand on an overbridge at the country end. At this point, there are sidings: the station used to be where the railway system operating within the Royal Arsenal joined the main line.

Price (collection):
£645.00
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A very rare BR E totem from Thorne South. Thorne South railway station is one of two stations serving the ex-mining town of Thorne in South Yorkshire, England This is a fully flanged example, and only one of these has been in auction in 2006.

Price (collection):
£1850.00
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West Ealing railway station is on the Great Western Main Line in Ealing, west London. It is 6 miles 46 chains down the line from London Paddington and is situated between Ealing Broadway to the east and Hanwell to the west. This example is half flanged and it has received some touching around the top edge in two places.

Price (collection):
£795.00
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Hawarden Bridge railway station (Welsh: Pont Penarlâg) is a railway station near Shotton, Flintshire, Wales. It is situated on the Borderlands Line 13 miles (21 km) north of Wrexham Central, on the north side of Hawarden Bridge ' This totem is a fully flanged example and is in excellent condition with just a small repair on the first "D",

Price (collection):
£675.00
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The totem comes from the first station from Bristol Temple Meads heading to Exeter. This is a fully flanged example and although it has received some restoration it displays really well as the repairs are well executed.

Price (collection):
£875.00
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Hither Green is a railway station located in Hither Green in the London Borough of Lewisham, south-east London. This example is fully flanged and has a great shine and bright colour. The right hand end has a well executed repair down the second "E". This location has a large locomotive depot and of course notable for the tragic accident of 1967.

Price (collection):
£675.00
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A fine half flanged example from this location. Derby Road railway station lies in Ipswich's district of Rose Hill just a mile east of the city centre along the Felixstowe Branch Line.a couple minor well executed repairs carried out in our workshops, the totem has a great shine and fantastic blue colour.

Price (collection):
£1050.00
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Newington railway station is on the Chatham Main Line in England, serving the village of Newington, Kent. It is 41 miles 44 chains down the line from London Victoria and is situated between Rainham and Sittingbourne. This fully flanged example has a great shine and colour.

Price (collection):
£585.00
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Maidstone East railway station is one of three stations in the central area of Maidstone, Kent, England, but currently the only one with a regular direct service to London. The station is on the Maidstone East Line, 39 miles 76 chains from London Victoria. This totem is fully flanged and has a good colour and shine.

Price (collection):
£780.00
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