This is the carriage clock featured in episodes 3431 (31st August 1992) and 3432 (2nd September 1992). The Gilroy's were set for a new life in Southampton, and Betty used money collected in the Rovers from the regulars to purchase this clock for them as a leaving present. Eventually, Alec left Weatherfield alone and Bet stayed for a few more years. The clock was eventually donated by Roy Barraclough to the Daisy Nook Corrie exhibiton, which is where we obtained it. With thanks to previous owner Mark Llewellin for the letter of authenticity.
This copy of the Weatherfield Gazette is from late 1992, and is probably still sat in The Kabin today. Recent years of the show have often seen multiple editions of the paper in one scene at once, with Rita simply amassing a collection of them.
I really do not have a clue where this pump sign is from. Possibly the set, but more than likely the Granada Studios Tour.
Fancy a holiday? This leaflet prop is from the QE2 direct-to-VHS special that was released in 1995. Alec Gilroy worked for the travel agency and upon his return to Weatherfield in 1996, worked in the Rosamund Street branch.
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