Euston clock

Freestanding Clock, Euston Clock from Great Hall at Euston Station. Black case with gold decoration. Black with a gold trim

This clock stood in the Great Hall of Euston from 1849 until it was demolished in 1963. It is believed to have been first used on the station platforms from 1837. It is 15ft 9in. (4.8m) high, and its dial is 4ft (1.2m) in diameter.

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Details

Category:
Railway Timepieces
Object Number:
1975-7519
Materials:
glass, wood (unidentified)
type:
clock
taxonomy:
  • furnishing and equipment
  • measuring device - instrument
  • timepiece
credit:
British Rail, Historical Relics
status:
Permanent collection

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