Euston station bell

Made:
1892

Bell, brass, London & North Western Railway, ex Euston Station, mounted on wooden base with brass plaque attached "Euston Bell - This bell was used to indicate the platform for all the trains arriving on the east side of the station, from 1892 to October 1952, but was dispensed with when the new power signalbox was brought into use with the new train arrival bureau, it was also used for air raid warning during the Second World War".

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Details

Category:
Fixtures & Fittings from Railway Buildings
Object Number:
1998-11962
type:
bell
credit:
Railway Heritage Committee

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