Bronx artisans restore Grand Central clock and care for stained glass

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It's time to talk about the clock along 42nd Street in Manhattan.

You know which one. It has been there for more than a century. It has stood the test of time with some help.

As Grand Central Terminal celebrates the 40th anniversary this week of the U.S. Supreme Court decision that saved it from demolition, restoration efforts are being highlighted.

In the 1990s, work began to bring back the Tiffany clock that graces the front of the building.

Rohlf's Stained and Leaded Glass Studio has been around for more than 95 years. Crews worked to rebuild and restore the panels of stained glass in the center of the clock and the circles that create the numerals.

The family-owned business is currently working to restore windows Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.

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