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North Eastern Railway 10 inch Oak cased drop dial fusee clock ex Danby Signal box

10-inch oak cased iron drop dial clock with a spun brass bezel manufactured for the NER by W.B. Headlam of Stockton On Tees circa 1870. The quality early English fusee movement in fully overhauled condition has rectangular plates with shaped shoulders which are held together by turned shaped pillars, these features point to a movement made in the period 1860 to 1870. The original White enamel painted dial displaying bold Roman numerals and the legend L.N.E.R. 2680 and is ghosted W.B.HEADLAM N.E.R. STOCKTON ON TEES. The case is a traditional English clock case manufactured from fine figured oak with a turned segmented surround affixed to the back box by two battens with four tapered pegs and a Lenticle window with an ornate surround, the back box is of traditional mid-19th century design with two side access doors and a bottom door secured by a brass lock. The LNER records show that this clock was last located at Danby Station Signal cabin (Box). Danby Wiske was a former North eastern Railway station between Northallerton and Darlington. A nicely proportioned clock.

£2150

North Eastern Railway 14inch dial fusee clock original NER dial

14-inch oak cased iron dial clock with a spun brass bezel manufactured for the NER by Reid & Son of Newcastle upon Tyne circa 1870. The quality early English fusee movement in fully overhauled condition has rectangular plates with shaped shoulders which are held together by turned shaped ringed pillars, these features point to a movement made in the period 1860 to 1870. The original White enamel painted dial displaying bold Roman numerals and the legend N.E.R. Reid & Sons Newcastle upon Tyne. N835. The case is a traditional English clock case manufactured out of fine figured oak with a turned segmented surround affixed to the back box by two battens with four tapered pegs, the back box is of traditional mid-19th century design with two side access doors and a bottom door secured by a brass lock. A rare example to have escaped subsequent dial repaints by the LNER and North Eastern Region of British Railways. The Dial can be lightly restored if the purchaser requires, but this would take around 3 weeks and would require full payment up front.

£2200

Great Northern Railway 8 inch dial Mahogany cased fusee clock Ex Ancaster.

8 inch mahogany cased iron dial fusee railway clock with a spun brass bezel supplied to the GNR circa 1870 by John Walker of London. The quality English fusee movement in fully overhauled condition has rectangular plates, which are held together by turned cylindrical pillars. A Mahogany case with a one piece turned surround held onto the back box by two tapered pegs, the back box is of typical 19th century design with one side door and a bottom door secured by a brass lock and has the usual Walker cock beading to the bottom door. The original enamel painted iron dial with Arabic numerals and the legend BR 9506. The LNER clock records show that this clock was last in use at, Ancaster Wilsford Signal Box and was GNR clock number 806.

£1750

Great Northern Railway 8 inch dial Mahogany cased fusee clock Ex Grantham.

8 inch mahogany cased iron dial fusee railway clock with a spun brass bezel supplied to the GNR circa 1870 by John Walker of London. The quality English fusee movement in fully overhauled condition has rectangular plates, which are held together by turned cylindrical pillars. A Mahogany case with a one piece turned surround held onto the back box by two tapered pegs, the back box is of typical 19th century design with one side door and a bottom door secured by a brass lock and has the usual Walker cock beading to the bottom door. The original enamel painted iron dial with Arabic numerals and the legend BR(E) 9687. The LNER clock records show that this clock was last in use at, Grantham Station Parcels Office and was GNR clock number 771.

£1750

Great Northern Railway 8 inch dial Mahogany cased fusee clock Ex Washingborough.

8 inch mahogany cased iron dial fusee railway clock with a spun brass bezel supplied to the GNR circa 1870 by John Walker of London. The quality English fusee movement in fully overhauled condition has rectangular plates, which are held together by turned cylindrical pillars. A Mahogany case with a one piece turned surround held onto the back box by two tapered pegs, the back box is of typical 19th century design with one side door and a bottom door secured by a brass lock and has the usual Walker cock beading to the bottom door. The original enamel painted iron dial with Roman numerals and the legend BR(E) 10180. The LNER clock records show that this clock was last in use at, Washingborough Signal Box, which was between Lincoln and Boston.

£1750

North Eastern Railway 14 inch dial Mahogany cased fusee clock Ex Newcastle.

14 inch Mahogany cased iron dial fusee railway clock with a spun brass bezel. The quality English fusee movement in fully overhauled condition has rectangular plates with shaped shoulders and turned pillars. A Mahogany case with a turned surround held onto the back box by four tapered pegs, the back box is of typical late 19th century design with one side door and a bottom door secured by a brass lock. An enamel painted iron dial with Roman numerals and bearing the legend, LNER 5285 and also visible in ghosted writing N.E.R. 692. The LNER lock records show that the clock was in use at Newcastle District Superintendent Office Staff Section and was North Eastern Railway clock number 692, Circa 1870.

£1950

North Eastern Railway Oak cased Bracket clock Ex York.

North Eastern Railway 6 inch Gothic Style Oak cased silvered dial railway clock in a bracket style case with a rectangular cast brass bezel supplied to the NER around 1900.The quality going barrel movement has rectangular plates and are stamped W&H Sch which are the markings for Winterhalder & Hofmeier of Schwarzenbach Germany who were one of the top suppliers of this style of clock. The Gothic style Oak case with an ornate carved pediment base and columns has the LNER clock number 6802 engraved and wax filled on the back, the silvered dial is engraved and black wax filled with Roman numerals and NER 901.The London & North Eastern Railway clock records show that this clock was in use at York in one of the many offices. An impressive time piece that stand 16 inches tall.

£1450

British Railways Eastern Region 10 inch dial mahogany cased fusee clock Ex Holme Station Wood Walton Signal Box.

10 inch Mahogany cased iron dial fusee railway clock with a spun brass bezel supplied to the Eastern Region of British Railways in 1952 by Grimshaw, Baxter & Elliott Ltd. The quality English fusee movement in fully overhauled condition has rectangular plates, which are held together by cylindrical pillars and the plates are stamped with the movement number. A totally original Mahogany case with a four piece turned surround held onto the back box by four tapered pegs. The back box is of typical 20th century design with one side door and a bottom door secured by a brass turn. An enamel painted iron dial with Arabic numerals and bearing the legend, B.R. 133393. The London and North Eastern Railway clock records show that this clock was located at,  Holme Station, Wood Walton Signal Box. Holme was a former Great Northern Railway station between Huntingdon and Peterborough and Wood Walton was one of the signal boxes involved in the Abbots Ripton Rail accident.

£1450

Southern Railway 14 inch dial oak cased fusee clock ex New Hythe.

14 inch Oak cased iron dial fusee railway clock with a spun brass bezel supplied to the Southern Railway in 1939 by Grimshaw, Baxter & Elliott Ltd at a cost of £3-14-6d. The quality English chain driven fusee movement in fully overhauled condition has rectangular plates, which are held together by screwed cylindrical pillars. A Oak case with a four piece turned surround affixed to the back box by two battens with four tapered pegs, the back box is of typical 20th century design with one side door and a bottom door secured by a brass turn, the back of the box is stamped 10359. An enamel painted iron dial with Roman numerals and bearing the legend, John Walker, 1 South Molton St London S.R. 10359. The Southern Railway clock records show that this clock was located at,  New Hythe Station Platform. New Cross was a former SECR station between Snodland and Aylesford in Kent.

£1950

Southern Railway 12 inch dial oak cased fusee clock ex New Cross.

12 inch Oak cased iron dial fusee railway clock with a spun brass bezel supplied to the Southern Railway in 1941 by Stockall, Marples & Co at a cost of £5-4-0d. The quality English chain driven fusee movement in fully overhauled condition has rectangular plates, which are held together by screwed cylindrical pillars. A Oak case with a four piece turned surround screwed onto the back box which is typical for wartime clocks, the back box is of typical 20th century design with one side door and a bottom door secured by a brass turn, the back of the box is stamped 10511 as is the side of the case. An enamel painted iron dial with Roman numerals and bearing the legend, John Walker, 1 South Molton St London B.R.(S) 10511. The Southern Railway clock records show that this clock was located at,  New Cross Station Ticket Collectors office. New Cross was a former SECR station between London Bridge and St John’s.

£1850

Southern Railway 12 inch dial oak cased fusee clock ex Ashford Works.

12 inch Oak cased iron dial fusee railway clock with a spun brass bezel supplied to the Southern Railway in 1947 by Stockall, Marples & Co at a cost of £7-3-3d. The quality English wire driven fusee movement in fully overhauled condition has rectangular plates, which are held together by screwed cylindrical pillars. A Oak case with a four piece turned surround screwed onto the back box which is typical for wartime clocks, the back box is of typical 20th century design with one side door and a bottom door secured by a brass turn. An enamel painted iron dial with Roman numerals and bearing the legend, John Walker, 1 South Molton St London B.R.(S) 10850. The Southern Railway clock records show that this clock was located at,  Ashford Works Chief Mechanical & Electrical Engineers department and was deleted from railway service in December 1966.

£1850

London & South Western Railway 8 inch dial Mahogany cased fusee clock Ex Wimbledon Park.

8 inch mahogany cased iron dial fusee railway clock with a cast brass bezel supplied to the LSWR circa 1889 by John Walker of London. The quality English fusee movement in fully overhauled condition has rectangular plates, which are held together by turned cylindrical pillars. A Mahogany case with a one piece turned surround held onto the back box by two tapered pegs, the back box is of typical 19th century design with one side door and a bottom door secured by a brass lock and has the usual Walker cock beading to the bottom door the back of the case is also stamped 6375 SW. An enamel painted iron dial with Roman numerals and bearing the legend, B.R.(S) John Walker 1 South Molton St London 6375 SW. The Southern Railway clock records show that this clock was last in use at, Wimbledon Park   Signal box.

£1850

Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway 12 inch dial mahogany cased fusee railway clock ex Mirfield.

Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway 12 inch oak cased English fusee railway clock supplied to the railway circa 1870 by Fattorini & Sons of Bradford. The quality English wire driven fusee movement in fully overhauled condition has rectangular plates with shaped shoulders and a rectangular cut out to the bottom these are held together by turned pillars. A Fine oak case with a 8 piece segmented convex and concave surround held onto the back box by four tapered pegs, the back box is of typical late 19th century design with one side door and a bottom door secured with a brass turn . An enamel painted iron dial with Roman numerals and bearing legend BR 16479 and visible as ghosted writing FATTORINI SONS BRADFORD L.Y.R. Co 2292. This is one of a number of clocks that were transferred over to the North Eastern Region of British Railways with the boundary changes in the 1950’s and appear in the LNER clock records which show that this clock was last in use at Mirfield  Motive Power Dept Accounts Office. An extremely rare LYR clock especially with the company notation of LYR Co (normally just plain LYR)

£2100

London & North Western Railway 8 inch dial Mahogany cased fusee clock.

8 inch mahogany cased iron dial fusee railway clock with a cast brass bezel supplied to the LNWR circa 1870 by John Walker of London. The quality English fusee movement in fully overhauled condition has rectangular plates, which are held together with turned cylindrical pillars. A Mahogany case with a one piece turned surround held onto the back box by two tapered pegs, the back box is of typical 19th century design with one side door and a bottom door secured by a brass lock and has the usual Walker cock beading to the bottom door, the original LNWR enamel clock numberplate 844 is screwed onto the right had side. An enamel painted iron dial with Roman numerals and bearing the legend L.M.S.R. John Walker 1, South Molton St London 844.

£1950

London & North Western Railway 8 inch dial Mahogany cased fusee clock.

8 inch mahogany cased iron dial fusee railway clock with a spun brass bezel supplied to the LNWR circa 1890 by John Walker of London. The quality English fusee movement in fully overhauled condition has rectangular plates, which are held together with turned cylindrical pillars. A Mahogany case with a one piece turned surround held onto the back box by two tapered pegs, the back box is of typical 19th century design with one side door and a bottom door secured by a brass lock and has the usual Walker cock beading to the bottom door, the original LNWR enamel clock numberplate 1731 is screwed onto the right had side. An enamel painted iron dial with Roman numerals and bearing the legend L.M.S.R. John Walker 1, South Molton St London 1731.

£1950

London & North Western Railway 8 inch Dial clock

8 inch mahogany cased iron dial railway clock with a cast brass bezel supplied to the LNWR around 1900 by the Prescot Clock Company. The brass wire driven fusee movement has A shaped plates and is in fully overhauled condition. A mahogany case with a turned convex surround, and a back box with one side access door and a bottom door secured by a brass turn, the back box also retains its LNWR enamel clock numberplate 4933. The original enamel painted dial bears the writing L.&N.W.R. PRESCOT CLOCK Co PRESCOT. A rare survivor that has escaped subsequent dial re writes.

£2050

London Tilbury & Southend Railway 10 inch dial Oak cased fusee clock ex Stanford Le Hope.

10 inch Oak cased iron dial fusee railway clock with a spun brass bezel supplied by Potts & Sons of Leeds circa 1880. The quality English chain driven fusee movement in fully overhauled condition has rectangular plates held together by turned shaped pillars. A Oak case with a 8 piece segmented turned surround held onto the back box by four tapered pegs, the back box is of typical mid to late 19th century design with two side doors and a bottom door secured by a brass lock. An enamel painted iron dial with Roman numerals and bearing the legend, BR 14246, also visible is the original Ghosted dial clearly showing POTTS & SONS LEEDS. The London & North Eastern Railway clock records show that this clock was located at, Stanford-Le-Hope Station.

£1950

Lancashire and Yorkshire 12 inch dial Mahogany cased fusee clock Ex Bradford Exchange.

12 inch mahogany cased iron dial fusee railway clock with a spun brass bezel supplied to the LYR in the mid to late 19th century. The quality English fusee movement in fully overhauled condition has rectangular plates with shaped shoulders, which are held together by turned pillars. A Mahogany case with a four piece turned surround held onto the back box by four tapered pegs, the back box is of typical mid to late 19th century design with two side doors and a bottom door secured by a brass lock. An enamel painted iron dial with Roman numerals and bearing the legend, B.R.(NE) 15735. The London & North Eastern Railway clock records show that this clock was located at, Bradford Exchange Traffic and also show that this was LYR clock number 882.

£1450

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