We also visit the childhood home of Hans Christian Andersen and a museum of Viking ships, enjoy a scenic fjord cruise and explore the city of Copenhagen, rated as one of the most scenic capitals in Europe.
“This is our Jekyll and Hyde moment,” Bunford explains.
This Company was an offshoot of the Volks Electric Railway and for a few seasons in the mid-1920s ran a bus service from the eastern end of the railway at Black Rock to the South Downs. Click LPTB fareboard geographical punch type BUS TICKETS all from service 23 from Wormwood Scrubbs / Marylebone / Swiss Cottage Station including variants such as 23C, 23D, 23 & 163,23 & 175A, etc at fares up to 8d. (54)LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY selection of L92 and L93 series LUGGAGE LABELS to Isle of Wight destinations all on mauve paper. Two examples have a little (Bm), one has a corner missing and one is (/), good/VGC mostly. Click BR(M) NORTH WEST ENGLAND all different issued 2nd and 3rd class singles including from Altrincham & Bowdon, Ellesmere Port, Hartford & Greenbank, Hawarden, Heatley & Warburton, Hope Village, Ince & Elton, Malpas, Mobberley, Neston (South), Parkgate (Cheshire) (Trans), Plumley, Queensferry, Spital. (40)LONDON PASSENGER TRANS-PORT BOARD / LT COACHES “Green Line” “D” series geographical punch type single (7) and return (13) BUS TICKETS at fares between 3d and 3/6d. The paper insert is very fragile and to preserve it the pass has been sandwiched between two sheets of plastic and edge sealed. (1)LMSR MIDLANDS & WEST MIDLANDS AREA issued whole comprising 3rd class singles from Birmingham (New St) (4), Blisworth, Castor, Halesowen, Hawkesbury Lane, Henlow Camp, Leicester, Loughboro’, Napton & S, Northampton (Castle), Nuneaton TV, Pelsall, Whatstandwell, Wolverhampton, 3rd whole return from Bletchley, Dog single from Winson Green, Dog return from Birmingham NS. (30)BTC(M) 1d Red Diamond PLAT-FORM TICKETS: Blackpool Central №2, Liverpool (Central) №1, Liverpool (Lime Street) №1, Manchester (Central) 2nd Set; BTC(M) 2d Red Diamond: Acton Central, Apsley, Berkhamsted, Blackpool (Central), Bletchley, Brondesbury, Burnley (Barracks), Camden Road, Edge Hill, Hatch End № 2, Hemel Hempstead & Boxmoor, Highbury & Islington, Kensal Rise, Kenton, Kings Langley & Abbots Langley, Leighton Buzzard, Lichfield (City), Nottingham (Victoria), Salford, Stretford. Click WALTHAMSTOW CORPORATION LIGHT RAILWAYS mostly geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising seven Return and Workman’s Return at fares between 1½d and 5d, plus a 6d numerical stage Workman’s Return (dated 27/8/1925 on back). One example is a little stained, mostly good/VGC otherwise. Click NORTH METROPOLITAN TRAM-WAYS selection of nine different 1d blue geographicals and a white Exchange HORSE TRAM TICKETS from a variety of routes including Hampstead Heath – Holborn, Stamford Hill – Shoreditch Dock Street, Poplar – Bloomsbury, etc. Two examples have a little (Bd) and one (Bg), good/VGC mostly. Click LONDON CHATHAM & DOVER RAILWAY (2) and SOUTH EASTERN & CHATHAM RAILWAY (8) mostly 3rd class issued singles comprising LC&DR from Victoria (2nd (Bm) and 3rd class); SE&CR from Bickley, Canterbury West, Charing Cross (Bd), Grove Ferry, Red Hill (1st class), St Leonards War Sq, Sydenham Hill (1st class), Warlingham. Callington Road was opened on 2/3/1908, renamed 1/11/1909 and closed 7/11/1966. Click LONDON INDEPENDENT (PIRATE) BUS COMPANIES mostly numerical stage punch type BUS TICKETS from Kurash, Legion, London, Martin, Meteor, Nelson, New Era, P (London Public) (also headed “LGOC & Assoc Cos”), Northern, Orange, Over-ground, Overland, Edward Paul, CHP (Pickup), Premier (geograph-ical), Primrose. (16)GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY types G34/2 on yellow paper (14) and G35/2 on pink paper (2) LUGGAGE LABELS with printed stations of origin which are: Bury St Edmunds, Cambridge, Downham and Ipswich. Click NORTH METROPOLITAN TRAMWAYS geographical punch type HORSE TRAM TICKETS comprising four 1d blue and a 2d white from a variety of routes including Blackstock Road – City, Mare Street – Aldersgate Street, Lea Bridge – Bloomsbury, etc. Click GW & LMS JOINT AND LMS & GW JOINT RAILWAYS issued mostly 3rd class singles from Bebington & New F’y, Clifton Down (2 different), Church Stretton, Hadlow Road, Kensington Addison Road, Walcot, etc. Click BTC(E) 2d Red Diamond PLAT-FORM TICKETS: Benfleet, Billericay, Braintree & Bocking, Bruce Grove, Bush Hill Park, Chingford, Elm Park, Hockley, Ilford EO, Lower Edmonton, New Southgate, North Woolwich, Peterborough (East), Plaistow, Rayleigh, Royston, Sandy, Shoe-buryness, Skegness, Southbury, South Tottenham, Stepney East, Thorpe Bay, Upney, Walton-on-Naze.
A 5d single punch type BUS TICKET for a journey from Black Rock to Downs, printed by Williamson. A substantial loose-mounted collection of LUGGAGE LABELS comprising five large types and 241 small types, plus four routing labels. A wide range of destinations all around the system offered. (250)METROPOLITAN ELECTRIC TRAMWAYS Ltd all geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS covering a variety of routes at ½d, 1d, 1½d, 2d and 3d fares. Click YORK NEWCASTLE & BERWICK, YORK & NORTH MIDLAND AND LEEDS NORTHERN RAILWAYS folding brown leatherette 1st Class FREE TICKET with validity to 31st December 1853 for a Mr Joseph Procter. Click LONDON GENERAL OMNIBUS Co Ltd centre-titled geographical punch type BUS TICKETS issued between 1911-1913 all with green overprint fares at ½d to 5d from services 38, 44, 48, 71 & 71A, 77, 80, 85, 85 & 85A, 91, 116. (25)BTC(S) 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS: Ashford (M’sex), Boscombe № 2, Bournemouth Cen № 3, Bracknell, Brockenhurst № 2, Chard Junction, Chessington South, Christchurch, Crewkerne, Exeter Central № 1, Farncombe, Fratton № 2, Havant № 2, Honiton, Kew Bridge, Lympstone, Milford, Mortlake, North Sheen, Petersfield, Portsmouth & Southsea № 1, Richmond, Seaton, Sidmouth Junction, Staines Cen № 1, Tipton St John’s, Twickenham, Ventnor № 2, Wimbledon Park, Worcester Park. Click LGOC AND LONDON HORSEBUS OPERATORS ASSOCIATION geographical punch type HORSE BUS TICKETS at fares from ½d to 4½d, plus a “Transfer Ticket,” mostly with purple fare overprints. Click LNER Ex-GNR STATIONS all different issued mostly 3rd class singles from Coningsby (3rd whole return), Cranley Gardens, Crews Hill (3rd whole return), East Finchley (upright print), Hertford North, Honington, Ingersby, Langworth (3rd whole return), Lincoln (3rd whole return), King’s Cross London, Palmers Green & Southgate (soiled), Peterboro’ North, Pudsey (Greenside), Skegness, Spalding, Stanningley, Welwyn Garden City, Wheathampstead (3rd whole return), Winchmore Hill, Woodhall Junction. Two examples have (Bm), one is (/), good/VGC mostly. Click NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY LUGGAGE LABELS for Alloa, Bo’ness, Dalkeith, Dumbarton, Dunoon Via Craigendoran (on blue paper), Finsbury Park (2 different, both yellow), Grahamston, Hillside (yellow), Kintore (yellow-small loss from one corner), Largo, Lunan Bay (yellow), Manchester (yellow- loss to one corner), Penicuik, Prestonpans, Rothesay Via Craigendoran Pier (blue), Shandon (West Highland Railway) (pink) Strathmiglo. (18)LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued 1st class singles from Stafford, Stanmore, Watford (High St) and West End Lane West Hampstead, plus an issued 3rd Parliamentary whole return from Burton to Lichfield (City) (dated 21/4/1888). The Bexley & Dartford issues include scarce 3d and 6d Workmen’s Tickets as well as other 1d, 2d, 3d, 4d and 5d issues. Two have slight (Bd), two have (Bm), good otherwise. Click BR(W) SOMERSET AREA issued whole comprising 3rd class singles from Bason Bridge, Durston; 2nd singles from Athelney, Axbridge, Cheddar, Cranmore, Evercreech Jcn, Langport West, Martock, Midsomer Norton South, Swimbridge, Wells, Winscombe (Som), Wookey; 2nd returns from Bath Green Park, Midford. Click LONDON GENERAL OMNIBUS Co Ltd AND LGOC & ASSOCIATED Cos fareboard geographical punch type BUS TICKETS issued between 1922 – 1932 from service 23 Wormwood Scrubbs – Canning Town Fire Station, plus variants such as 23 & 122, 23 & 163, 23 & 223, 23B, etc at fares up to 8d. (31)LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd class single from Plymouth Friary to Callington Road (dated 1/6/1908) in VGC.
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