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Paddington Station Clock LWR


At the stunning size of 21″ this fine time piece can create the centre piece of any room whilst capturing the very essence of an age gone by. This station clock features a unique distressed dial, heavy oak effect case, metal hands,  glass lens and high quality quartz battery powered movement. Exclusive to The Old Map & Clock Company this Paddington Station clock is available in alternative sizes and design. See >

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The main station between Bishop’s Bridge Road and Praed Street was designed by Brunel, who was enthusiastic at the idea of being able to design a railway station himself, although much of the architectural detailing was by his associate Matthew Digby Wyatt. He took inspiration from Joseph Paxton‘s Crystal Palace and the München Hauptbahnhof. The glazed roof is supported by wrought iron arches in three spans, respectively spanning 68 feet (21 m), 102 feet (31 m) and 70 feet (21 m). The roof is 699 feet (210 m) long, and the original roof spans had two transepts connecting the three spans.

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