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School Clock - Clog Scoile

Kiltimagh Railway Museum, County Mayo

Octagonal teak frame, 18" x16", with white, circular clock face inset, with Roman numerals, from 1 to V1 only, the other numbers indicated by strokes. A brass pendulum set behind glass within a roughly triangular frame is attached underneath. Total length, 28". The clock required manual winding once a week, with the two holes visible in the clock face, both requiring winding. The clock chimed half-hourly.

This was the standard clock to be found in all rural primary schools, from around the end of the 19th century up to the 1950s.

This particular clock was in use in Lisduff School up to the early 1950s. Donated by Joe Quinn, son of the late Frank Quinn, former principal of the school.

Opening Hours

Daily 2pm - 6pm June to September

Come and share our experience for yourselves. You will be most welcome.

Kiltimagh Railway Museum
County Mayo

Tel: + 353 (0) 94 938 1132


  • Parish History, Kiltimagh, Our Life and Times, by Peter Sobolewski & Betty Solan. Price £15 (plus postage)
  • Sean Lavan, produced in conjunction with Kiltimagh GAA: Price £3 (plus postage)

| Kiltimagh Museum | Railway History |
| Raftery | Mike Hogarty | Father Denis O'Hara | Gene Tunney | Sean Lavan |

Items of interest to be viewed at Kiltimagh Railway Museum
| Abacus Ball-frame | Apron | Barber's Pole and Chair | Bedspread or Quilt | Bicycle Permit | Clay Pipe | Copying Press | Cosmetics | Doll | Farming Implements | Gas Lamp | Gas Meter | Gold medal | Life Jacket | Model Locomotive | Locked draws | Glass Case | Olympic Crest 1924 | Police hat and badge | Pottery Hot Water Bottle | Ration Book | Replicas of Boston Famine Memorial | Scales | Scales for eggs | School Clock | Sculpture of the Station Master | Sketch of Raftery | Staff Key | Sundial | Sword | Wooden Trap | Wooden Cradle |