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UNION SWITCH & SIGNAL COMPANY

Item # 11555

Nice cast iron sign that has been powder coated bright silver. Looks and displays beautifully. Dimensions are 7 1/4" x 4 1/2".

PRICE: $25.00

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NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD

Item # 11468

One of the last remnants of the Northern Pacific's prolific South Tacoma Shops. This original cast iron sign adorned one of the many buildings that served the western half of NP operations for over 70 years. This cast iron sign is 10 feet 10 inches long and about 4 inches wide by 1/2" -5/8" thick. Raised serif lettering stating NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD CO with original paint intact. The beauty and value of this sign is in its originality. Never being cleaned or touched up since being removed. So many signs are being reproduced now, but one thing that can't be reproduced is the patina and age evident on both sides of this piece. The sign is sturdy and undamaged, and weighs approximately 70lbs. In the realm of Northern Pacific collectibles, this ranks as one of the most unique to come to market this year. Such a superb piece of Pacific Northwest history. Don't miss this opportunity. BUYER MUST ARRANGE LOCAL PICK UP.

PRICE: ON HOLD

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GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY

Item # 11463

This is a matched pair of order board signal arms from a Great Northern Railway station here in Washington State. The arms feature porcelain enamel blades in excellent original condition, cast spectacle and a sheet metal lens bezel. There is a mix of original glass and plastic lenses. The castings are perfect with no cracking or repairs. Just a great pair of very difficult to find order board arms. BUYER MUST ARRANGE LOCAL PICK UP.

PRICE: ON HOLD

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CHICAGO MILWAUKEE & St. PAUL RAILWAY

Item # 11453

Famous Bi Polar locomotive 10250 is depicted here in this pewter cast paperweight. One side has "Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway" cast on it, the other "To Puget Sound Electrified" The locomotive is undamaged and retains both headlights which often were broken off if dropped on the floor. Superb example. Complete including original felt bottom.

PRICE: $150.00

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UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD

Item # 11397

Just a gorgeous 10" x 10" porcelain enamel Union Pacific shield from a baggage cart. This early 20's era sign shows some age chipping and rust but is still bright and beautiful with no major issues. 8.5 out of 10 condition. Spectacular and very difficult to obtain in this condition

PRICE: $575.00

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NORTHERN PACIFIC

Item # 11269

If you didn't think the NP was serious about keeping their property identified, here's an example. This cast iron loop for locking a simple shed is also cast with the NP initials and casting number. Original paint, it may have been for a box car or used on a shed, however one of the more unique NP marked pieces of hardware we've had.

PRICE: $22.00

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NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY

Item # 609a

Stainless steel etched trustee plate for NP Railway equipment trust third series of 1955. From early NP diesel. Origin unknown on this one but it made it into the BN era as the tell tale green paint remains. Can be narrowed down to a within a few locomotives.

PRICE: ON HOLD

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NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY

Item # 346

This is a trustee plate from an early NP diesel locomotive. This particular plate has its locomotive engraved on the back. Was from GP-9 #234. Beautiful condition.

PRICE: ON HOLD

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OGDEN LOGAN & IDAHO RAILWAY

Item # 10325

The OL&I was incorporated in 1914 and started operations between the cities of its namesake in 1915 by merging two interurban lines, the Ogden Rapid Transit and the Logan Rapid Transit. The line made it as far north as Preston, Idaho and by 1930, was in receivership and sold, becoming the Utah Idaho Central before being abandoned. This sealer from Hyde Park, Utah, just north of Logan may indeed be the only remaining sealer in existence from this electric line. In nearly mint condition, and hallmarked S.L. Stamp Works, it is truly a rare gem from the Cache Valley.

PRICE: $1,200.00

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