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The Charles River Museum of Industry is located on the Charles River. Frank Menez, Trustee CRMI might be able to provide more information about the building.

 
Posts: 886 | Location: Nebraska, in the U.S.A. Heartland | Registered: November 22, 2002
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This bell was used to start and end the work day at the factory. It was cast circa 1858, and is a great attraction to young visitors at the museum.

 
Posts: 886 | Location: Nebraska, in the U.S.A. Heartland | Registered: November 22, 2002
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Inside the museum, on the first floor is the museum workshop, the watches are on the second floor. There is a working E-Howard Tower clock upstairs.

 
Posts: 886 | Location: Nebraska, in the U.S.A. Heartland | Registered: November 22, 2002
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Wayne, very interesting machines.....do these still work and are they run for demonstrations?


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Posts: 618 | Location: Northwestern Florida in the U.S.A. | Registered: November 27, 2002
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Sam,
The workshop machines run, and are used. When I lasted visited, the belt drive machines were being completed, and put in use.
 
Posts: 886 | Location: Nebraska, in the U.S.A. Heartland | Registered: November 22, 2002
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