The Philadelphia Watch Case Company Building
The Philadelphia Watch Case Company Building is located at Pavilion and Lafayette Avenues near the Riverside station in Riverside Township of Burlington County, New Jersey. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on January 31, 1978, for its significance in architecture, industry, and entertainment
In 1852, Samuel Bechtold began constructing the oldest part of the building, the Pavilion Hotel. In 1892, Theophilus Zurbrugg, owner of the Philadelphia Watch Case Company, purchased it. In 1906, the company started construction of the larger building, completed in 1908.
I was driving around and saw this building and loved the architecture. The light was right, but I wonder what it would have looked like later in the evening. I think this clock is right two times a day.
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