A locomotive nameplate, LORD OF THE ISLES, incorporating its building date L&NWR Co CREWE WORKS FEBY 1909, from a London & North Western Railway Experiment Class 4-6-0 No 2623, later 4782, named after Lord Ronald, the Lord of the Isles in Sir Walter Scott's poem of that title published in 1815. It became LMS No 5506 in October 1926 and was allocated the later number 25506 but was withdrawn in March 1934 without this number being applied. Engraved brass, length 61¾". STEAM NAMEPLATE SPECIAL: Buy a main line steam nameplate and we can deliver it to you promptly, free of charge. This offer applies to addresses in England, Scotland and Wales. Should you be successful in purchasing this lot, we are happy to accept items against nameplates purchased. Please phone the office to discuss.