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King’s Cross Goods Station Refreshment Club Mugs – Exclusive to MRC


1 in stock (can be backordered)


From its very beginning, King’s Cross goods yard had a staff food facility – this developed into the ‘Goods Station Refreshment Club’ sometime between 1873 – 1884, continuing to grow in size into the last century. We have a model of this building on our 2mm scale layout, Copenhagen Fields.  The prototype building was demolished by 1970, but during recent archaeological excavations a significant number of remains of Refreshment Club mugs were found, stylishly decorated with red banding and a transfer-printed circular ‘G.N.R.’ logo *.

The Club has had facsimile fine china mugs made with the characteristic banding and motif, manufactured in Stoke on Trent. They are a good size with a generous handle and ideal for dunking biscuits! Please note, there is a very slight difference in design compared to pre-December 2022 orders.

Club members can pick up their mugs at Thursday club meetings by selecting ‘Collect’

*more details in the book ‘An Immense and Exceedingly Commodious Goods Station’ by Haslam & Thompson.

There are matching MRC mugs also available to order – see link below.

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