In 2000, we were involved, together with several other Launceston businesses in the clock project for the ABT Wilderness Railway.
This was our first ‘new’ clock project as most of our work usually involves antique and old clock restoration and repair.
The two large clocks were produced with electrical movements and the designs were influenced by Victorian platform and station clocks. The clock dials were hand painted and gold leafed by a very talented local signwriter.
They were installed in the Queenstown Railway Station, now known as West Coast Wilderness Railway.