After being turned off for two weeks, the Custom House Tower clock was restarted Thursday night. The four-faced clock, which is one of the largest in the world, has stood in the Financial District since 1919. Boston’s historic tower clock — one of the largest clocks in the world — clunked alive Wednesday, as the various gears and levers that keep the piece ticking responded to technician David Hochstrasser’s touch.
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