North Howard Street

Photo: Tom Bernardin


St. Paul Street
Baltimore, Maryland
Photo: Tom Bernardin, 1997, Ken Neill, 2016

Restoration funded by the Downtown Baltimore Partnership.

Restored by Neill Carillon Service



South Eutaw Street

The Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower

The Emerson Bromo-Selter Tower has been a Baltimore landmark since it's construction in 1911 and was the tallest builing in Baltimore at the time. This historic structure, which is listed on the national register of historic places, was modeled after the palazzo vecchio in florence, italy. The tower was designed by Joseph Evans Sperry and built by captain Issac Emerson. 

Restoration almost complete. Balzer Family Clockworks is undertaking the restoration project and  will be making a new gravity escapement

Recent events

Blazer Family Clockworks

Website with history about the clock.


The Mall in Columbia

Photo by Amada Anderson

Ellicott City

Near the corner of Main Street and Maryland Avenue

Washed away during flash flooding, summer 2016. Hopefully to be restored in near future. Read More Here

The clock has been returned to its post on August 8th. Read More Here

Photo by Amada Anderson