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W H Jubb (JLS) 0 Gauge

(Sheffield, UK)

Perhaps better known as a manufacturer of Gauge 1 and larger models, Jubb also produced Gauge 0 models. Open wagons are known in Great Northern, Midland Railway and Great Central liveries, and box vans in London North Western and Great Northern Railway liveries.

Jubb were located in Sheffield, UK, from approx. 1915 to 1922. Production may be marked W H Jubb or JLS, the latter assumed to be Jubb Limited Sheffield.

W H Jubb Sheffield
W H Jubb Great Northern Open Wagon
W H Jubb Sheffield
W H Jubb Great Northern Open Wagon
W H Jubb Sheffield
W H Jubb Great Northern Open Wagon
W H Jubb Sheffield
W H Jubb Great Northern Open Wagon

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W H Jubb Sheffield
W H Jubb Great Northern Open Wagon
W H Jubb Sheffield
W H Jubb Great Northern Open Wagon

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The signal illustrated below was described thus "For sale is what is a possibly unique gigantic working Semaphore Signal, made in England around 1915 by W. H. Jubb & Co. Ltd. for Bassett-Lowke. At 93 cms tall, this was obviously made for a garden railway of some kind, although nowadays, it would also make an attractive and unique in-house display ornament. I would imagine that the original railway which this signal was designed for was either 2.5" (Gauge III), 3.5" or 5" Gauges."

W H Jubb Sheffield
W H Jubb Signal
W H Jubb Sheffield
W H Jubb Signal
W H Jubb Sheffield
W H Jubb Signal
W H Jubb Sheffield
W H Jubb Signal

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W H Jubb Sheffield
W H Jubb 1919 catalogue extract
W H Jubb Sheffield
W H Jubb 1919 catalogue extract
W H Jubb Sheffield
W H Jubb 1919 catalogue extract

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