Euston Station Wall Clock
The station was designed by the architect Philip Hardwick, built by William Cubitt and opened on 20 July 1837 with just two platforms. It was the headquarters and terminus of the the London and Birmingham Railway.
This fine time piece captures the very essence of an age gone by. This station clock
features a unique distressed dial, solid wood case, metal hands, glass
lens and high quality quartz battery powered movement.
ALSO AVAILABLE IN 16" VERSION
EUSTON STATION WALL CLOCK
21.5" (55cms) Diameter 1.75" (5cms) Depth
Wooden Case, Roman Dial
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