The original item from Antique Investments is now SOLD.
"Western Maryland Railroad" Employee Time Punch Clock Circa 1910 to 1919 !!!
"Western Maryland Railroad" Employee Time Punch Clock !!!
Dial marked from the "Coal Freight Agent" Office address, at the "302 Standard Oil Building,Baltimore,MD."
Shows a Nice Nickel-Plated Bob swinging inside the marked "Railway Certified Time" Glass tablet.
15 Day Brass Movements has been Cleaned & Oiled, and is Keeping Accurate Time. I guarantee all my 8 Day or more, Clock movements for a 7 Day No questions asked ; "Inspection Guarantee Period, with a Full item Refund" (shipping not included) The Time-Punch Mechanism appears to be complete, and is spinning freely, however I do Not gurantee any of these lower Time Stamping sections, since I don't have any Ink Ribbons, Time Cards, or mech. Parts.
Measures : 35 inches High, 15 inches Wide, and 7 inches Deep.
Can be seen in person on a Sunday's Only, at an Antique Mall in Adamstown,Pa..
SHIPPING : Please email or call me with your Zip Code for an Accurate shipping quote. Will ship out on the "First Business Day" following a Sunday. Must retrieve from a "Sunday's Only" Antique Mall in Adamstown,Pa.. ________________________________________________________________________________________
Historical Notes about the Western Maryland Railway (1852-1983) : An American Class I railroad which operated in Maryland, and Pennsylvania. It was primarily a "Coal hauling & Freight railroad" with a small passenger train operation. The WM became property of the "Chessie System" holding company in 1973, although it continued independent operations until May of 1975, after which time was abandoned in favor of parallel Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. ________________________________________________________________________________________
Historical Notes about the Standard Oil Building : Listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings since 2000. Currently known as the "Stanbalt Building", This 15 story "Beaux Arts Skyscraper" was designed in 1922 by Clyde N. Friz for the Standard Oil Co. The company at this time period was one of the nation's principle corporations, being a dominant supplier of Gasoline and Fuels. Following an extensive $25 Million Dollar renovation in 2002. The building also houses a number of residential apartments.
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