My Great-Grandfather's Railroad Clock
My mom gave me this clock when she downsized her house and moved into a retirement community.
It was her mother's, who had inherited it from her parents, meaning it belonged to my great-grandparents.
My great-grandfather received the clock as a retirement gift from The Denver and Rio Grand Railroad Company in 1913. It was accompanied my a very nice, hand-lettered resolution of retirement. There is a separate, matching resolution from The Western Pacific Railway Company. Apparently one was a division of the other?
I now have the clock and it works well. However, I don't see any brand, trademark or other identification on it, so am very curious to identify it.
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