Railway fusee wall clock














Railway fusee wall clock
 
 
DescriptionMid 19th century fusee wall clock numbered 3009SW, made for the London and South Western railway around 1850 and supplied to Tongham station. (Between Guildford and Aldershot) The clock with a 12" dial, re painted in 1964 with a 24 hour dial with John Walker, 1, South Molton Street, London, and its number 3009SW. Walker had the repair contract for the Southern region, with an annual repair cost of 3/6d. The case is teak, made in the usual way with backbox secured to the front bezel by 4 pegs. The cast brass bezel, is hinged on the left, with the hinge stamped 3009. The backbox is also stamped 3009 The chain fusee movement frontplate is also stamped 3009. The clock has "T" bar suspension. Tongham station closed to passengers in 1937 and closed completely in 1961. It has since been demolished and is now a housing estate. This clock finished its working life at Crofton Park station. Other images available on request.  Dimensions12" diameter dial.  DateCirca 1850  ConditionFully restored and guaranteed 
Price£2200.00   2470.16   $2925.34 
 
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