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York Station

Designed by William Peachey and Thos. Prosser and opened in 1877 it became the largest railway station in the world with thirteen platforms all excepting three being under a wondrous glass roof. A further innovation was the construction of an hotel within the station to become known as the Royal Station Hotel in honour of Queen Victoria who is known to have frequented the establishment whilst en route to Balmoral.

These railway station clocks feature a unique distressed dial, solid wood case, metal hands,  glass lens and high quality quartz battery powered movement.

ALSO AVAILABLE IN 16" VERSION

21.5" (55cms) Diameter  1.75" (5cms) Depth
Black Wooden Case, Arabic Dial


149.95

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