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Railroad Pocket Watch


railroad pocket watch
    pocket watch
  • A watch on a chain, intended to be carried in the pocket of a jacket or vest
  • a watch that is carried in a small watch pocket
    railroad
  • Cause (a measure) to be passed or approved quickly by applying pressure
  • Press (someone) into doing something by rushing or coercing them
  • dragoon: compel by coercion, threats, or crude means; "They sandbagged him to make dinner for everyone"
  • Send (someone) to prison without a fair trial or by means of false evidence
  • railway: line that is the commercial organization responsible for operating a system of transportation for trains that pull passengers or freight
  • supply with railroad lines; "railroad the West"

Masonic Pocket Watch, , 1869
Masonic Pocket Watch, , 1869
Masonic Pocket Watch, Elgin National Watch Co., 1869 Serial No. 887380 Signed B.W. Raymond, their master watch maker. Railroad grade (lever set means you have to take the dial cover off and pull out a lever to set the time, so it couldn’t be set wrong by accident.) Masonic symbols at each chapter on the ceramic dial The Masonic “G” under the 12 position. Formerly the property of my great-grandfather, Civil War veteran. This is the only one with this exact dial I have ever seen/ None of my photos may be reproduced and/or used in any form of publication, print or the internet without my written permission. Please contact me if you would like to use one of my images. Best viewed with someone you can rely on.
Grandpa's Pocket Watch
Grandpa's Pocket Watch
Grandpa worked for the Santa Fe Railroad from August 1947 - January 1984 (yes, 36 years for the same company). He bought this railroad-approved pocket watch new in 1948 at Jagger's Jewelry in Wellington, KS for around $66. He carried this watch in his pocket every day until 1980 (that's how the trains ran on time), when he "retired" it and bought a wrist watch after the railroad approved them. Santa Fe required certain brands and models of pocket watches be used and they were to lose or gain no more than 30 seconds a week. Wrist watches were verboten when he first hired on and continued so until the late 70's.

railroad pocket watch
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