Morse Telegraph Desk Golden (No. 20)

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Steel Rail Section from Rail Yard Studios
Telegraph Desk with Short and Long Sections of Rail from Rail Yard Studios
1926 Date Nail (26) on Timber Desk from Rail Yard Studios
  tech CEO desk with binary morse code

Morse Telegraph Desk Golden (No. 20)

6,495.00

Telegraph lines paralleled the train tracks effectively creating the first electronic information superhighway using the binary language of Morse Code.

Golden Stain

For the modern tech entrepreneur, the decor provides sweet intersection of the Industrial Age and the Digital Age with its the binary ones and zeroes.

And yes, we customize it with five letters of your choosing.

Size: 72" x  30" x 30" (LxDxH)

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Our modern interpretation of the Telegraph Desk that occupied each railroad station translates function into form. The long and short slices of rail represent the dots and dashes of Morse code and can be used to spell out short messages beneath the glass. It's a small tip of the hat to Andrew Carnegie who began his career as a telegraph operator before his time with the Pennsylvania Railroad working in Pittsburgh as a young man.

Limited customization of this piece allowing the client to select up to five Morse code letter combination is included in the standard pricing. As with all of our work, each piece is cataloged and individually numbered with an authentic railroad date nail and accompanied by a signed certificate providing the provenance of the piece.