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BUTTE ANACONDA & PACIFIC RAILWAY

Item # 12513

BA&P cast in serif letters down the back panel of this loffelholtz half heart switch lock. Just a pristine untouched example from this road. No dents or dings, excellent spring action and overall perfect patina. This is one of the highest grade BA&P's we've had over the years. Not many finer than this one out there. Such a rare lock having the cast lettering too.

PRICE: $585.00

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SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY

Item # 12512

SO PACIFIC CO. cast on the back of this early model CS-4 standard brass switch lock. A&W hex logo is stamped on the dust cover of this beautiful example. Rich patina and strong springs that are fully functional inside. Complete with clevis and chain, this one is better than most. Don't miss this opportunity.

PRICE: $175.00

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UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD

Item # 12511

Standard UNION PACIFIC cast in the stair step pattern on the back of this Adlake CS-1 brass switch lock. Super strong springs and fully functional. Has original clevis and chain with S hook attached. Just a great all around example. We can also supply the matching switch key for this lock upon request. This sale is for the lock only.

PRICE: $55.00

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CHICAGO MILWAUKEE & St. PAUL RAILROAD

Item # 12510

CM&STPRR cast down the back panel on this Loffelholtz cast brass lock. No makers mark on this one but the lock is in good functioning order. The dust cover spring has no tension but other than that a great example of the early Milwaukee cast brass switch locks.

PRICE: $85.00

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SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY

Item # 12509

Beautiful old SP medium size sunset lock. Near perfect condition on this one. This version was not made with the tang for the clevis and chain. Stamped WM89 on the shackle, one of the more common keyings we've seen so not impossible to find a key for this one. Has good spring tension and most assured it operates beautifully.

PRICE: $75.00

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PORTLAND RAILWAY LIGHT & POWER COMPANY

Item # 12508

PRYL&P CO stamped on the shackle of this early Adlake steel switch lock. One of the earlier models of the pressed steel type with 1920 patent date, solid rivets, cast shackle and clevis at the 6 o'clock position. The lock functions beautifully and comes with an unmarked matching key. We've handled a few of the PRyL&P Co keys but this is the first lock we've had in about 10 years. Hard to find these Portland locks.

PRICE: $58.00

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PENINSULAR RAILWAY of CALIFORNIA

Item # 12480

Peninsular Railway Co. cast brass switch lock. P. RY. CO. cast down the back panel as well as CS-13 and SWITCH also cast. With track extending from San Jose to the Stanford University campus in Palo Alto, and lines extending to Los Gatos and Saratoga, it was one of the shortest bay area interurbans. No doubt that this is one of the hardest California cast locks to find and to our knowledge is unique and the only surviving example from this Silicon Valley juice line. Several references of the period refer to this road as both the Peninsular Railway and the Peninsular Electric Railway and we have both examples of this CS-13 switch lock available. Truly a once in a lifetime find from what has become the internet technology capital of the world.

PRICE: $4,000

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PENINSULAR ELECTRIC RAILWAY

Item # 12479

Looking at this lock, most would conclude this is Pacific Electric Railway, however the true roots of this relic reside about 350 miles North. The Peninsular Railway of California started operations under Southern Pacific control in 1908 with track being built mainly from Palo Alto to San Jose. This road was never in competition with or under contract with its southern counterpart the Pacific Electric. The lock carries the CS-13 designation and also the keying of the Peninsular Railway. Several references of the period refer to this road as both the Peninsular Railway and the Peninsular Electric Railway. True Pacific Electric locks are cast CS-10 with the standard Pacific Electric keying, making this one of the rarest California cast switch locks in existence.

PRICE: $2,550.00

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PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY

Item # 12478

Not a common steel lock to find at all. This Adlake pressed body steel lock is marked PERY on the back and CS-48 on the shackle. Not sure what the CS-48 designation was, but it sure is an oddball in the CS series and hard to find for the Pacific Electric or the CS series collector.

PRICE: $65.00

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OREGON RAILWAY & NAVIGATION COMPANY

Item # 12475

This Pre-1900 cast lock is cast UNION PACIFIC on the back, but stamped OR&N S on the front of the shackle and keyed for the OR&NCo's standard switch keying. As with many of Union Pacific's wholly owned subsidiaries, the locks carried the parent company name but retained the former's keying. Gorgeous patina and the lock functions nicely with an OR&N switch cut key. Great piece of Pacific Northwest history.

PRICE: Sale Pending

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NORTHWESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD

Item # 12472

NWPRR SWITCH CS-8 cast on the back of this ADLAKE version brass switch lock. Complete with clevis and chain, this NWP is in super condition. Not many of these out there to choose from and this one has beautiful lettering and no dings or major dents. Mechanism appears to be stuck, may need oil, may need fixed, not sure exaclty.

PRICE: $565.00

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PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY

Item # 12471

Gorgeous patina and hard to find this cast PAC. ELEC. RY CS-10 Switch lock. Overall great condition all mechanicals in working order with the shackle needing a tug while turning the key to pop open. Just a great lock seldom offered for sale in any condition. Great eye appeal on this one.

PRICE: $620.00

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UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD

Item # 12414

UNION PACIFIC cast in big fat letters in the stair step pattern on the back of this 1880's vintage cast heart shape switch lock. SWITCH stamped on the shackle. All the springs function in this early survivor from the era of American standard 4-4-0 travel.

PRICE: $1,895.00

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UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD

Item # 12323

Nice turn of the century model A&W brass switch lock cast down the back UNION PACIFIC in the stair step pattern. Excellent looking and functioning piece. The key capture mechanism is in great working order and the lock snaps right open. Missing the chain and clevis pin but just a beautiful example of this version of UP lock.

PRICE: $365.00

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CLEVELAND CINCINNATI CHICAGO & St. LOUIS RAILWAY

Item # 12161

CCC&StL incised in the front of this giant steel switch lock made by Moon. The dust cover spring is partially functioning only because there is some break out damage on the side of the dust cover. The lock appears to be in good working order although we do not have a key to test it. This is a hard lock to find from this manufacturer. Most of these are rusted and severely pitted. This one has an above average surface condition. Don't miss the opportunity.

PRICE: $175.00

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NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY

Item # 11897

Northern Pacific cast early version stair step heart shape brass switch lock. This is the way we like to find them! Rich dark brown patina covers this lock and before you start thinking the paint is a eyesore, that paint is original NP! It is the lighter brown shade found on the upper portions of wayside buildings and depots. The lock comes with strong mechanical springs, clevis, chain and S hook. What a beautiful survivor with some added historical color!

PRICE: $130.00

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CHICAGO BURLINGTON & QUINCY RAILROAD

Item # 11594

Small heart shape lock marked CB&QRR on the hasp. This small signal lock still has some silver paint on it from its in-service days. Nice lock, all mechanicals appear working with good spring tension in hasp and dust cover.

PRICE: $20.00

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