United Clock Corporation, Locomotive Clock
Made in Brooklyn New York in October 1976, this locomotive clock has a lighted cab with a clock in the center. These clocks were often dubbed TV clocks because they were meant to sit on top of the new and very popular console TVs giving the watchers the correct time so they could chose which programs they would watch. The light in the cab of the locomotive is activated by a switch on the back. A 4 watt or 7 watt light night light bulb is used. This clock has been maticulously restored and works beautifully.