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    Cool Standard Electric Tower Clock Mechanism

    I am working on restoring / repairing the Standard Electric Time company slave controller at the old Foxboro company in Foxboro, MA. The controller was originally installed circa 1905 or so..

    The controller was partially disassembled when I started. I have cleaned and re-attached everything that was with the controller, but there are still clearly a number of pieces missing.

    I am looking for either pictures or a video of one of these systems that actually still works so that I can hopefully recreate or reproduce those pieces that are missing.

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    Thanks

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    Default Re: Standard Electric Tower Clock Mechanism (By: kditmore)

    I'm going to move this to the electric clock forum, kdit. Maybe those guys can supply the information you seek
    A man with a clock always knows the time. A man with two clocks is never sure.

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    Default Re: Standard Electric Tower Clock Mechanism (By: shutterbug)

    I'm still a newbie here.. looking for any information I can find. thanks for your help !!

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