Here we bring you what may be the first US look at the newest timepiece to help celebrate the centennial of the iconic Grand Central Station. Ball Watch Company helps celebrate the 100th anniversary of Grand Central Station (slated for 2013) with a limited edition watch, the Engineer II GCT Automatic. The move makes incredible sense, since Ball Watch Company’s heritage is intimately involved in the American railroad history. The new watches feature 44mm stainless steel cases and house the Automatic caliber BALL 651 movement. It is offered with either a bracelet or strap and offers superb readability at night thanks to 15 self-powered micro gas tubes. The watch also offers a second time zone feature – but does so using Grand Central Time instead of GMT. Additionally, the GCT logo is present on the dial next to the Ball logo, and the caseback features the Terminal’s iconic clock etched into it. Just 999 pieces will be created to celebrate this world famous transportation hub. The anti-magnetic watch is water resistant to 100 meters and features a convex sapphire crystal with antireflective coating. It retails for $3,699 on strap, and $3,799 on bracelet. It should be available in retail stores within a few months.