|This picture was
taken in 1974 by Alan Gruber of New York. Alan is a customer of ours.
He visited this CPR station in Parry Sound, Ontario while vacationing in
Northern Canada. The station agent was gracious enough to allow
Alan into his office for this picture. The clock seen in the upper left
corner is a World Regulator. This picture is evocative of a simpler time
in our lives. It is poignant when one realizes that this picture
was taken in the year that mechanical clocks were de-commissioned by the
CPR. Notice that the time regulation card beneath the clock has been
turned toward the wall. It is almost as if time stopped for these
majestic timepieces at 1:56pm on that day in 1974.
is the last remaining factory in the world devoted to the production of
these railroad station clocks. We are experts in station clock reproductions
and are proud to present the three most widely used clocks in railroad
time service history. These are the clocks that kept a national network
of trains on time, and will continue that tradition in your home for generations.
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