A typical day for horologist Phillip Ehorn entails stripping down wrist watches, pocket watches and clocks, then cleaning, repairing, reassembling, oiling and testing them at Once Upon a Tyme in Cambria.
A typical day for horologist Phillip Ehorn entails stripping down wrist watches, pocket watches and clocks, then cleaning, repairing, reassembling, oiling and testing them at Once Upon a Tyme in Cambria. Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com
A typical day for horologist Phillip Ehorn entails stripping down wrist watches, pocket watches and clocks, then cleaning, repairing, reassembling, oiling and testing them at Once Upon a Tyme in Cambria. Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com

At Cambria’s Once Upon a Tyme, these steady hands bring broken timepieces back to life

August 02, 2016 01:53 PM