Train station clocks - what does your country use?
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    Train station clocks - what does your country use?

    Curious to know what clocks are found in your train stations?

    Kept seeing these in the Hong Kong KCR + MTR and decided to snap a couple of shots.

    Pretty sure this one's a Mondaine (or Mondaine rip off).

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    As well as an obvious Rado.

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    Re: Train station clocks - what does your country use?

    Not a Mondaine and not a Rado as this is not a Rolex.

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    The last two are just advertisement. Train station clocks are not made ny Mondaine. Mondaine wrist watches look like swiss train station clocks. It is the other way round.
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    Re: Train station clocks - what does your country use?

    German train station clocks look like this one

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    This was a station clock.

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    Pic taken today at abandoned S-Bahnhof Siemensstadt/Berlin

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    Here are a few pictures of Clocks at rail meuseum, Mysore. All are in working condition and part of Indian railway timekeeping.

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