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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.

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
Believed to be W H Jubb Gauge 1 live steam locomotive and tender
W H Jubb Sheffield
W H Jubb catalogue extract, Gauge 1 live steam locomotive and tender
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
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 London North Western Railway Open Wagon
W H Jubb Sheffield
W H Jubb London North Western Railway Open Wagon
W H Jubb Sheffield
W H Jubb Great Northern Railway Box Wagon (Gauge 1)
W H Jubb Sheffield
W H Jubb Great Northern Railway Box Wagon (Gauge 1)
W H Jubb Sheffield
W H Jubb Great Northern Railway Box Wagon (Gauge 1)
W H Jubb Sheffield
W H Jubb Great Northern Railway Box Wagon (Gauge 1)
W H Jubb Sheffield
W H Jubb Great Northern Railway Box Wagon (Gauge 1)
W H Jubb Sheffield
W H Jubb Great Northern Railway Box Wagon (Gauge 1)
W H Jubb Sheffield
W H Jubb Great Northern Railway Box Wagon (Gauge 1)
W H Jubb Sheffield
W H Jubb group of four wagons in Midland and Great Central Railway liveries
W H Jubb Sheffield
W H Jubb group of four wagons in Midland and Great Central Railway liveries
W H Jubb Sheffield
W H Jubb group of four wagons in Midland and Great Central Railway liveries
W H Jubb Sheffield
W H Jubb group of four wagons in Midland and Great Central Railway liveries

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
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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