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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.
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.
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.
Wayne, very interesting machines.....do these still work and are they run for demonstrations?
The workshop machines run, and are used. When I lasted visited, the belt drive machines were being completed, and put in use.
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