Last week’s clock is an Art Deco beauty adorning the 16th street façade of Suburban Station. There’s an identical clock on the JFK Boulevard side as well.
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Suburban Station was originally built as the Center City terminus to the Pennsylvania Railroad’s regional service. Today it’s one of three downtown stops for SEPTA’s Regional Rail service. Above the subterranean tracks are 21 floors of office space.
Designed by the Chicago-based architectural firm of Graham, Anderson, Probst and White, it’s arguably Philadelphia’s most defining piece of Art Deco architecture. It opened on September 28th, 1930.
Name This Clock Round Three
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About the author
Philip Jablon is a photo-journalist who splits his time between his native Philadelphia and his surrogate Thailand. In 2010 he earned an M.A. in Sustainable Development from Chiang Mai University. Since 2008 he has built a photographic archive of stand-alone movie theaters across Southeast Asia as part of his Southeast Asia Movie Theater Project. He is interested in the architecture, development, and social history of both Philadelphia and Southeast Asia.
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