Foot stool, North Eastern Railway - Pinchingthorpe Station

Foot Stool, North Eastern Railway, Small wooden stool, painted black with hand-hole in top inscription inside reads:- "This stool was kept at Pinchingthorpe Station for the use of Edward Pease, the father of the railways, in getting into the train when as a very old man he used to visit Ayton School". Dimensions: 20" x 10" x 12".

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Railway Furniture
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foot stool
British Rail, Historical Relics
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