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Marshall Damerell's Water Clock

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Published on May 9, 2012

Learn more about the water clock by reading the article from the NAWCC Bulletin No. 399: September/October 2012 at http://nawcc.org/index.php/watch-a-cl...

Article: http://nawcc.org/images/stories/publi...

I had the opportunity to meet Marshall Damerell and photograph an amazing water clock that he created. The clock took him many years to build. Water is fed from a holding tank through a pump that delivers the water through brass pipes to drive the clock mechanism. His granddaughter a writer is helping to preparing an article for the NAWCC magazine.

I have a great photo of Marshall working on his clock http://500px.com/photo/1680655

More photos of the clock: http://www.flickr.com/photos/coopersl...

Read more about Marshall and his clock http://www.gazette.net/article/201106...

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