Opened by the Midland Railway in 1868, St. Pancras Station was designed to be a spectacular crossroads station at the heart of London. Bricks, tiles, and stone were assembled to support a massive glass-and-steel train shed, forming (at the time) the largest enclosed space in the world. It was a majestic structure that impressed travelers and marked London as one of the major cultural centers of the world.
Carefully recreated from a St. Pancras original fixture, this antique reproduction offers a unique way to add vintage character to washrooms.
- 7¾ x 5½".
- Cast iron and wood.
- Holds 5" toilet paper roll.
- VTC Exclusive!
Style: #50 BM 5032434
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