Robyns Lake House

Le Cacheur Clock Black

316 684-2177 (CST during normal BH's)

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Le Cacheur wall clock black background, by Trademark Time Co.

The battle of Château-Thierry on July 18, 1918 and was one of the first actions of American Forces in World War I. The clock in the Château-Thierry train station greeted soldiers and passengers alike. The origin of the name of the town is lost to history, so is the meaning of the word, Le Cacheur, which literally translates as "the one who hides". John Kowalski and Trademark Time Co. has added a few touches to update the vintage clock.