In 1896, when train travel was a core element of American life, the B&O Railroad opened its new “uptown” station in Baltimore. Designed by renowned architects Baldwin & Pennington, the Mt. Royal Station serviced passengers traveling the famous B&O Belt Line. It featured grandiose ceilings, both “general” and “ladies” waiting rooms, a restaurant and several comfortable rocking chairs. The Mt. Royal Rocker is a careful reproduction of these popular chairs made under license of the B&O Railroad Museum.
Manufacturer: Gat Creek
Options: Available in Heritage Russett Finish and White Oak
Dimensions: Seat D19 1/2" x W22" x H17" Overall H41" Arm H24 1/2"