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OHIO RIVER & WESTERN RAILROAD

Item # 12681

Early brass Miller Lock Co. cast OR&W on the back panel of this super hard to find lock. Just about as nice as they come. No key but the mechanism appears to be in full working order with strong springs and no signs of damage or repairs. A top notch piece from this early Ohio narrow gauge road.

PRICE: $595.00

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VIRGINIA & TRUCKEE RAILROAD

Item # 12625

Brass heart shape switch lock from the Queen of the Shortlines! This W. Bohannon lock is stamped on the shackle V&TRR in serif lettering. The lock has some dings and dents but has never been repaired. Most of the early V&T locks were dug and thus needed to be repaired to operate. This one remains completely original and untouched. All springs strong in this lock. It comes with an unmarked key with the correct keying to function the lock. This early 1870-80's V&T lock will be the prize of your Nevada or western lock collection for years to come. Don't miss the opportunity.

PRICE: $635.00

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CLEVELAND & EASTERN TRACTION COMPANY

Item # 12602

Very hard to find early Ohio interurban history here. This Slaymaker hallmarked brass heart shape lock is marked C&ETCo on the shackle. The lock comes with original chain and clevis and beautiful matching key to boot! The key is also marked C&ETCo and is a matching Slaymaker hallmarked key. Hard to find the keys, but finding a set together like this is next to impossible. Nice early Ohio Traction history.

PRICE: $125.00

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CHICAGO MILWAUKEE St.PAUL & PACIFIC RAILROAD

Item # 12601

Very nice brass lock fully functioning and great patina. Marked CMSTP&PRR on the shackle this lock is in beautiful condition all over with no problems.

PRICE: $40.00

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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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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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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: Sale Pending

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