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British Railway Clocks That I Have Sold and Restored

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London & South Western Railway 8 inch dial Mahogany cased fusee clock Ex Barnes Bridge.

8 inch mahogany cased iron dial fusee railway clock with a cast brass bezel supplied to the LSWR in 1912 by John Walker of London at a cost of £2-8-9d. The quality English fusee movement in fully overhauled condition has rectangular plates, which are held together by turned cylindrical pillars it is also stamped with an oval cartouche John Walker Clock and Watch maker 1 South Molton ST London W, which is a rare feature . A Mahogany case with a one piece turned surround held onto the back box by two 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 and has the usual Walker cock beading to the bottom door and is stamped in the back 20279 SW. An enamel painted iron dial with Roman numerals and bearing the legend, B.R.(S) John Walker 1 South Molton ST London 20279. The Southern Railway clock records show that this clock was located at, Barnes Bridge, Platform.  Barnes Bridge was a former London and South Western Railway Station in Surrey on the line between Barnes and Chiswick.

South Eastern & Chatham Railway 12 inch dial Oak cased fusee drop dial clock Ex Dover Marine & Broadstairs.

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12-inch Oak cased iron dial clock with drop to the case and a cast brass bezel manufactured for the South Eastern & Chatham Railway circa 1900. The quality chain driven English fusee movement of typical London style has rectangular plates which are held together by turned tapered shouldered pillars, these characteristics point to a clock manufactured in the 1900’s period, the back plate is stamped with the SECR and GB cartouches. A white enamel screen printed and hand painted dial displaying bold Roman numerals and the legend, B.R.(S). John Walker 1, South Molton St London 1374.S.E. A traditional English drop dial clock case manufactured from Oak with a one piece turned convex surround affixed to the back box by two battens with four tapered pegs, the back box is of traditional mid to late 19th century design with one side access door and a bottom door with the lock removed and replaced with an ornate brass turn, the drop of the case features oak veneer showing the medullary rays and the rear of the case has been stamped 1374 SE and the side door retains its original SECR brass numberplate 1374. The Southern clock records show that this clock was originally supplied to Broadstairs Signal Cabin and was later transferred to Dover Marine Signal Box.

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

8 inch mahogany cased iron dial fusee railway clock with a cast brass bezel supplied to the GNR in the late 19th century 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 late 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. An enamel painted iron dial with Arabic bearing the legend, B.R. 9648, this would have been applied in the late 1960’s or even the early 1970’s by Doncaster clock workshops. The London and North Eastern Railway clock records show that this clock was located at, Finsbury Park, Booking Office and would have certainly been in use when the Deltics were shedded and serviced there. Finsbury Park was a former Great Northern Railway Station in Middlesex on the line between King’s Cross and Barnet.

Southern Railway 8 inch dial oak cased fusee clock ex Templecombe.

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8 inch Oak cased iron dial fusee railway clock with a spun brass bezel still with original Green paint supplied to the Southern Railway in 1941 by Stockall, Marples & Co at a cost of £5-2-4d. The quality English chain driven fusee movement in fully overhauled condition has rectangular plates, which are held together by cylindrical pillars. A totally original Oak case with a four piece turned surround still with traces of green paint to the sides and the back stamped 10527,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, S.R. 10527. The Southern Railway clock records show that this clock was located at,  Templecombe Inspectors office and was transferred to the Western Region of British Railways on the 1st January 1963. Templecombe was a former London and South Western station in Dorset and Junction for the Somerset and Dorset Railway. Original Southern Railway dials are particularly rare.


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