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Gone, but not forgotten

Transition begins for world's tallest grandfather clock

11:29 AM, Jun. 27, 2013
A Kewaunee ladder truck stands beside the world's tallest grandfather clock as a crew awaits a crane to dissemble the landmark timepiece on June 26.
A Kewaunee ladder truck stands beside the world's tallest grandfather clock as a crew awaits a crane to dissemble the landmark timepiece on June 26.
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The big clock has been removed from the former Top of the Hill Shop, which is now a storage and training facility for the Kewaunee County Sheriff's Department.

Workers took down the shell of the world's tallest grandfather clock on June 26, a week after the hands, dial faces and electrical/mechanical components were removed for refurbishing.

Jason Jelinek, who has spearheaded the effort to preserve the landmark, said volunteers will work to restore the clock over the next few months as fundraising continues to ...

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