Santa Fe Chief Lighted Wall Clock 14 x 14 Inches
From the 1930s to the 1970s, the Santa Fe Chief was one of the most frequently traveled passenger trains in the United States. The star of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway, the train often carried celebrities making the trip from Los Angeles to Chicago. Its sleek style and fast speeds earned the Chief a prominent place in the history of our railways, and the Retro Santa Fe Chief Lighted Wall Clock pays tribute to this well-known train.
Based on advertisements from the 1950s, the image on the face of the clock is colorful and bold, and because it's printed with UV-dried inks, it will remain vibrant for years to come. The face is protected by a high quality optical lexan for increased durability.
The Retro Santa Fe Chief Lighted Wall Clock is a 14-inch round clock with an eye-catching 22-watt fluorescent backlight. The lighting can be turned on and off with a handy switch to conserve the power from the single AA battery used to run the clock.
The face is kept in place on the 7-pound clock by a trio of removable metal rivets, and the mechanism and bulb are housed in a black ABS plastic case.
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