The Swatch Museum US Map & Phone & Address
57 J.F.K. St. Cambridge; (617) 864-9111
If you think all museums are filled with stuffy old artifacts, think again. The Swatch Museum, in Harvard Square’s Galleria Mail, is a psychedelic tribute to the watch phenomenon of the ’80s (didn’t think these would already become period pieces, did ya?). Check out more than 900 Swatches the largest collection in the world. Some, the museum claims, are worth 450 times their original value. Talk about time is money!
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The eleven crewmen are buried in the churchyard on Holy Island. The Holmrook (Official No.70242) was an iron-hulled 404-ton steam cargo vessel, completed as Yard No.20 by C.S. Swan and Co. at Wallsend, Newcastle on Tyne in August 1875 for Hall, Dyke and Hall, at Newcastle. However, C.S. Swan was the official registered owner and in 1879, H. F. Swan was the registered owner. She measured 45.72 m in length and had a beam of 6.77 m. The single screw was powered by a two-cylinder compound steam engine that used one boiler. In 1880 and at the time of loss, J. G. Charlton and Co. Newcastle was the registered owner.