|Entrance to the National Clock and Watch Museum in Columbia, PA|
|Mr. Stephen Decatur Engle|
|Stephen Engle's Monumental Clock|
|The clock as it appears in the museum.|
|This is an advertisement for the clock.|
It is a colored lithograph on paper.
|Our tour guide preparing to turn the clock's hands to|
show us that will happen at 2:40.
|This is Jesus who appeared and his first Disciple preparing to walk in front of him.|
|This shows the clock's face with Father Time above the 12 as well as the skeleton striking the skull with a bone to signify death.|
|Looking at some of the mechanism that runs the clock and it's many pieces.|
|One of the barrel organs is pointed out. Looks much like a cylinder on a player piano.|
|A view of Molly Pitcher and the soldiers from inside the clock as they prepare to exit onto the front of the clock.|
|This photo shows the skeleton, representing death, strikes a bone in hand against a skull.|