In another thread (in Vintage I believe) a question was asked about the four face clock at the entrance of the NAWCC. It is a beautiful clock which greatly contributes to the visual image of the NAWCC Museum entrance. And it is often used as a representative image of the NAWCC itself. Judge its beauty for yourself:
I asked Carter Harris, the museum curator, what it was. It is a Seth Thomas! And it turns out the Museum lobby displays an identical movement to what is in the clock
It is quite compact compared to tower clock movements. Since it does not have the height for for weights to fall that a tower clock movement has, the apparent length is magnified by a series of pulleys on the weight - a clever use for a block and tackle system (Unfortunately, not pictured.)
Enjoy the pics!
(Note the clock outside in the background...)