Farringdon Station

Model ships within 10-15 working days.

9.5cm high, 29cm wide, 6cm deep & 2.2kg approximately.

Price includes shipping, tax and duty.

£195.00

Charles W. Clark’s design for Farringdon Station is striking, long and sleek. The building is instantly recognisable. Clark was central to the design of much of London Underground’s architecture.

Farringdon is currently undergoing major re-sculpting as the station is set to become the main interchange between the new Crossrail and Thameslink projects in 2018.

Whether the new development puts pay to the rumours of ghosts and haunting remains to be seen. It is said that the screams of Anne Naylor, murdered in 1758 can still be heard as the last train leaves the station at night!

Chisel & Mouse have created a sculpture of the main facade of this beautiful building, another quintessential London tube station. Each sculpture is individually hand crafted in our studio in Sussex, England. They are made of strong plaster that has a reassuring weight and smooth, cool feel. The window frame and railings are made of etched brass. Stylish ornaments, gifts or presents that are handmade in Britain and look fabulous on a desk, shelf or wall.

Address: Cowcross Street, The City
London, EC1M 6BY, England.

Sustainably Crafted

We all want the world to be a better place. We are trying to do our bit. We reuse, recycle and use less where we can. We search out sustainable local suppliers. We sponsor grassroots sports for the local youth, donating both money and time. We sponsor local environmental projects. We know we can do more but we're making a start!

Handmade

We hand make all of our models. Chisel & Mouse is the combination of an artisan’s approach (the chisel) with modern innovation and transformative technologies (the mouse). By capturing life and its big ideas in miniature, the brand celebrates the beauty of our industrialised world.

Barbara from Wales

Broadcasting House is a beautiful piece of art work. Bought to revive memories of working in the building, it has pride of

Diana from Norfolk

It is a good idea but as my husband used to work in the building he thinks it is A little bit