Originally installed in the Union Depot train station in Troy, New York, this clock was part of the renovation to the third version of the terminal completed in the early 1900s. The clock is fashioned in white terra cotta, glazed in an emerald green, and divided into sections. A Grecian style relief surrounds the 30" clockface. On each side of the face, there is a youth and above is a locomotive breaking through a tunnel of steam. H 88" x W 122" x D 18"