Preserving a Historic Railroad Clock
A feature on the front of the Museum since 1983, the historic clock that came from the Pennsylvania Railroad's Broad Street Station in Philadelphia, has been moved to the new clock tower above the main entrance.
Workers remove historic clock
The Museum's respected Restoration Department took this opportunity to address the clock's age and exposure to the elements.
Here Allan Martin welds new mounting brackets in the Museum's Restoration Shop.
New hands being fashioned -- another example of the Shop's capabilities.
Painting the clock's face.
In addition, the clock's mechanism underwent renovation.
Although fixing clocks isn't the usual task, there isn't much that the Museum's skilled Restoration staff cannot handle!