A PAIR of old South Cumbrian railway tickets could make £100 when they aresold at auction next month.

Unlike the paper or electronic tickets we have become used to, those aremade of brass and would take you anywhere on the line between Kendal andWindermere.

They are marked 'Season Ticket' and were issued in Victorian times by theKendal and Windermere Railway Company.

A pre-sale estimate of £80 to £100 has been put on the tickets byauctioneers Dix Noonan Webb and they will feature in a London auction beingheld on December 4 to 5.