London North Eastern Railway nameplates have raised £41,000 for charity, after famous names from the iconic Intercity High Speed Train fleet attracted interest from around the world at an online auction on Saturday.
43308 Highland Chieftain proved most popular among enthusiasts, selling for £13,900, with 43300 Craigentinny and one Crest fetching £6,500. Auctioneers claim these are record prices for Class 43 HST nameplates.
Strathspey and Badenoch Herald
Successful auction was staged on Saturday
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