Bournemouth Vintage Emporium | 1910 station slave clock
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1910 station slave clock


This is a 'slave' clock from Durham train station from around 1910.

It is fully operational and has now been restored to operate as a battery clock as it previously would have been wired to run in time with the station's main clock.

Good condition and great patina to face.


Diameter of whole piece: 67cm

Diameter of clock face only: 46cm

Depth: 22cm
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