ANTICIPATION OF MILAM COUNTY'S CLOCKTOWER!
Workers set pieces into place
Fits like a Glove?
Another phase almost complete
Just a little to the left
Clock gets into place
The Steeple goes next
Workers head to the top to take the handoff of the Goddess at the pinacle of the Clocktower
Goddess is taken from the crate
Brown takes the hand off from the crane
Workers make the final adjustments
Courthouse worker looks up from the inside at the work
(Cameron) After years of anticipation, and several days of fitting the puzzle together workers began the tedious job of hoisting the Clocktower and Goddess of Justice high atop Milam County's Historic Courthouse in front of crowds that came and went through out the day watching the progress.
Milam County Judge Frank Summers and Pct. 2 Commissioner Troy Mode watch progress up close and personal
Clock on the way to it's new home
Some of the hundreds that watched the progress in downtown Cameron
Clock gets closer to home
It's a long way up there
Worker waits on another piece of the Clocktower
Workers lay another piece into place
Workers make final adjustments to the Goddess before sending her to the top
Alvah Brown of Ebco Development ties himself securely before he undertakes the task of guiding the Goddess of Justice to her final resting place
A final look at the new addition to the Courthouse