Rare and Magnificent Architectural Railway Clock
With Triangular Pediment above the Numbered Circular Dial and Regulator Movement
In Original Burmese Teak Case with Fine Carved Details
England c. 1921
95.5” high x 36.75” wide x 12.75” deep
Provenance: This extraordinary, probably unique, large architectural wall mounted timepiece was supplied to the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, (LB&SCR), also known as the Brighton Line, or the Brighton Railway, in 1921 by Wakefields. It was originally delivered to the Locomotive, Carriage and Wagon workshop in Lancing, Sussex. It is numbered ”1149” on the massive 30” Dial and records show that this weight driven dead-beat escapement Regulator was decommissioned in December 1966.