These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only.

Railway station style walk clock, marked Victoria Station London, 28 cm diameter

Antique fusee railway clock with key & pendulum, 25 cm diameter approx.

A small Anniversary clock with a glass dome, inscribed 'Presented to/ Miss Grace Cooch/ by the staff of the central District/ Superintendent's office/ Southampton West station L& S Railway on the Occasion of her Marriage/ 27th December 1920,

A brass inlaid mahogany railway clock, T. Gaunt & Co. Melbourne, 19th century, 66 cm high

A Lower North East Railway mahogany clock, late 18th century the 62 cm painted signed and numbered Roman iron dial set within a brass bezel and moulded surround, the 8-day brass single fusee movement, approximately 74 cm total diameter

Railway clock. Master clock Ex Spotswood railway depot Melbourne. English fusee movement, 19th century. 60 cm diameter

Early Seikosha railway clock, in oak case with striking movement, pendulum and key included, restored, 80 cm high

Vimpany Rickmansworth Railway clock with a pendulum. Length - 38 cm

Antique fusee railway clock, 40 cm diameter, no pendulum

A Junghams walnut cased station clock, walnut cased with brass bezel, cream enamel dial with Roman numerals and railtrack minutes, Breguet style hands, striking movement, with pendulum and key

An early 20th century brass station clock 18.5 cm diameter

Japanese Seikosha railway clock, circa 1920s, with new electric movement, 60 cm diameter

A 19th century fusee station clock marked for Perryman Adelaide

A Japanese oak Railway clock signed H. Heart, having an eight-day bell and gong striking movement, with enamel dial mounted in an oak case, 66 cm diameter.

A station clock by G W Catanach Melbourne in polished mahogany circular case 55 cm diameter complete with pendulum and key