The British Railway Clock Specialist
Great Eastern Railway 12 inch mahogany cased English fusee railway clock supplied to the railway circa 1870. The rectangular plated chain driven fusee movement is in recently overhauled condition and is stamped G.E.R on the backplate. The case has a one piece turned convex surround, cast brass bezel, one side door and a bottom door secured with a brass lock and the rear of the back box is branded GER twice. The dial with its orginal GER clock numberplate 2158 has been repainted post 1949 by the Eastern Region and is lettered BR(E) this has been lightly cleaned off and GER re instated. The rear of the dial has BR(E)2158 painted on it. The LNER clock records show that this clock as being last in use at Roydon Station Booking Hall. Roydon Station is on the line between Broxbourne and Bishops Stortford.