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Unique Pam clock face, created by the RadiolaGuy. Fashioned after a large NEON Clock which can be see in some of the images of my radio room. This clock represents my Hometown of Ashland, KY and Radio Station WCMI which has been on the air since 1935.  Finish "S"

"Where Coal Meets Iron" (the stations call letter abbreviation), refers to Armco Steel, a major steel mill during WW-II and probably employed half the city of Ashland's adult male residents in the 1940s. North-eastern Kentucky is (well it was until Obama) also a major coal producing area.

Ashland radio supply is no more but was one of my favorite hangouts when I was a kid growing up in Ashland and learning about radio & TV servicing. That  store was where I got my radio & TV parts and at the young age of 14,  I had an account there!

Before ordering (if you haven't already, be sure and read); "about my replica clocks and clock faces".

>> See all of my clock offerings

Clock  Face  Only $59.95 FREE USA SHIPPING

Complete Clock  $299.95

 < the original clock is now for sale.

NOTE: I offer a custom face or clock using the above pattern, click HERE for details.

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