Inspired by Train Station Clocks of the 1800s
This clock was inspired by clocks found in the large train stations in most major American cities in the late 1800s and early 1900s. These stations, often referred to as Grand Central stations, were built to celebrate this new mode of transportation and as a hub for train travel. This reproduction was based on the St. Louis Station Wall Clock. It is constructed of sturdy sheet metal with a painted antique gold finish that gives it a timeworn appearance. Perfect for a mantel or table. The antiqued white face measures 11-3/4" in diameter. Glass lens. Unscrew the knob on the back of the clock to install one AA battery (not included). Set the time by using the dial on the battery compartment. Overall measurements are 18" wide x 5-1/4" deep x 15-1/4" tall. Weighs approximately 6 lbs.