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Ann Arbor Railroad Brass Working Switch Lock & Key

Time's Treasures Railroad & Country

$69 OFFER

Illinois Central Railroad Brass Signal Lock

OldYellowDepot

$65 OFFER

AS Railroad Steel Switch Lock by Bohannan

Time's Treasures Railroad & Country

$65 OFFER

Central Vermont Railway Switch Key and Lock Set Railroad

Time's Treasures Railroad & Country

$110 OFFER

Unusual Union Pacific Railroad Brass Six-Lever Utility Lock & Key Set

Time's Treasures Railroad & Country

$125

Exceptional Western Maryland Railway Railroad Steel Six-Lever Utility Lock with Key

Time's Treasures Railroad & Country

$90Sale Price

Chesapeake & Ohio Yale Railroad Lock

OldYellowDepot

$40 OFFER

Early Omaha Road - Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Omaha Railway - Railroad Brass Switch Key and Lock Set

Time's Treasures Railroad & Country

$135 OFFER

Brass C RI & P Railroad padlock with brass key

Harmon Antique Sales.

$75Sale Price 3% Off  OFFER

Penn Central RailRoad, Adlake Lock with Chain and Key, Mint, Rare

Fay Wray Antiques

$186

Mid-Century SOO LINE Railroad Brass Switch Key

Time's Treasures Railroad & Country

$39

Erie Railroad Big Heavy Brass Padlock By Corbin

Time's Treasures Railroad & Country

$79 OFFER

Missouri Pacific Railroad Brass Maintenance of Way Key MPMW

Time's Treasures Railroad & Country

$42

Unusual 1940s Hollow Barrel Railroad Brass Key marked CTA - Chicago Transit Authority

Time's Treasures Railroad & Country

$39

Antique Lake Erie & Western Railroad Brass Switch Key

Time's Treasures Railroad & Country

$29

Vintage Pittsburg Shawmut & Northern Railroad Brass Key

Time's Treasures Railroad & Country

$29Reduced Price 9% Off 

Unusual New York & Long Branch Railroad Brass Key Likely for Coach or Caboose

Time's Treasures Railroad & Country

$59 OFFER

Vintage P&LE Railroad Brass Signal Department Working Padock & Key Hard to find Set

Time's Treasures Railroad & Country

$160Sale Price 9% Off 

PAN-HANDLE, Pittsburgh Cincinnati Chicago & St Louis Railroad Brass Switch key

Montana Railroad Collectables

$37 OFFER

New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Lock

From Here To Victorian

$65Sale Price 24% Off 

CIPS Co Central Illinois Public Service Co electric streetcar railroad Brass Key

Montana Railroad Collectables

$47Sale Pending

Maine Central Railroad Brass Switch Lock & Key Set by Slaymaker

Time's Treasures Railroad & Country

SOLD

Vintage Monongahela Railroad Brass Cast Panel MRR Co. Lock and Key Set

Time's Treasures Railroad & Country

SOLD

Vintage Ontario Northland Railway Railroad Brass Key and Lock Set

Time's Treasures Railroad & Country

SOLD

Wabash Railroad Brass Follow the Flag Signal Lock and Key

Time's Treasures Railroad & Country

SOLD

Scarce Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Brass Pebbled Switch Lock with Key

Time's Treasures Railroad & Country

SOLD

Superb St. Louis-San Francisco "FRISCO" Railway Railroad Brass Lock & Key Set

Time's Treasures Railroad & Country

SOLD

Vintage Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range Railway Railroad Brass Lock and Key Set

Time's Treasures Railroad & Country

SOLD

Solid Brass Chicago South Shore & South Bend Railroad Lock and Key Set

Time's Treasures Railroad & Country

SOLD

St. Louis San Francisco Railway Frisco Switch Lock w/ Taper Barrel Incised Ring Key Railroad Brass

Time's Treasures Railroad & Country

SOLD

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Keys were an integral part of the railroad and are a major area of collecting for some folks who specialize only in keys. Keys for locks were used by employees to access any area, switch, or item that had been secured by a lock. Keys are usually stamped with a code that describes what they open, the maker’s hallmark, and usually the railroad’s initials. Older style keys frequently have fancier serif stamped letters, and a tapered barrel and will bring higher prices. Railroads often made many copies of a key so that any employee that needed to could have one, because of this it is still possible even today to match keys with some locks, and having both as a set can increase value. However, keys are mostly collected alone so the value of a key is not dependent on having a lock that goes with it. Some collectors will try to collect every type of key from a certain railroad, others focus on interesting or unique designs, and some will try to collect keys from as many railroads as they can. Many keys can be bought for less than $50, but the rarest keys can fetch over $1000!

Some codes commonly stamped on railroad keys:
BCC – Baggage Car Cellar
C – Car
DCC – Dining Car Cellar
ED – Eastern Division
HC – Hand Car
IH – Ice House
MC – Mail Car
M OF W – Maintenance of Way
OB – Oil Box
PH – Pump House
RT – Repair Track
R&B – Roadway & Bridge
SCALE – Scale
SIGNAL – Signal
SY – Stockyard
S – Switch
TB – Toolbox
TH – Tool House
TR – Tool Rack
WD – Western Division
WS – Water Service

Common Maker’s Marks:
ADLAKE – Adlake
A&W CO CHICAGO (oval shaped or in a hexagon) – A&W Company
W. BOHANNAN BROOKLYN NY – W. Bohannan Co.
FRAIM (in a banner or keystone shape) – FRAIM Co.
FS HDW CO (in a diamond shape) – FS Hardware Co.
HANDLAN-BUCK MFG. Co. – Handlan Buck
M.M. BUCK & Co. ST. LOUIS MO. – MM Buck and Co.
SHERBURNE & CO. BOSTON, MASS – Sherburne & Co.
SLAYMAKER – Slaymaker

Do you need help finding the value of your antique railroadiana item? We can help with single items or entire collections, and we provide a hassle free service and most of the time we can answer contacts the same day. In order to help you we will need to see pictures of your item or items so the best way to get started is to email pictures to us at [email protected]

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Railroad took security very seriously as a miscreant moving a switch on the tracks could result in huge damage or loss of life. Additionally, railroads used locks to secure their own facilities, supplies, cars, tools, and other valuables, not to mention the valuable freight being shipped by the express companies, or others moving goods around the country.

The most valuable locks are heart-shaped locks that were used to secure switches, the early locks were cast from brass with sometimes ornate logos or patterns which can bring hundreds and even thousands of dollars in some cases. A lock does not need a key to be valuable, but it is important that it has the original undamaged key cover, that the shackle is not damaged or frozen, marks and lettering are visible and not overly worn, and that the patina has not been cleaned or polished. Most collectors place a huge value on the patina of a railroad lock and if it is cleaned and polished it can greatly destroy the value.

Do you need help finding the value of your antique railroadiana item? We can help with single items or entire collections, and we provide a hassle free service and most of the time we can answer contacts the same day. In order to help you we will need to see pictures of your item or items so the best way to get started is to email pictures to us at [email protected]

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