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I love to hear stories about clocks. When I travel, I research clocks before I go, and then make it my challenge to find them photograph them, and find out more about them.
Therefore, if you have a clock of any interest where you live, I'd really like to hear about it. Yes, I am planning a holiday, and maybe I'll decide where to go based on interesting clocks!
My grandfather built a four sided street clock in the 1930's--
It was recently restored, brought back to working order and put on display in Buena Park, California. I have a hub about it.
If you search 'clock' on my profile page you will find it. If you Google "Dreger Clock" you will also find it.
I also have another hub about the Mariposa County courthouse, which has a tower clock that has been running since 1854-- it runs on weights that have to be reset every three days.
You have to come to California to see these.
In leicester we have a clock in the town and it marks the centre of the city being referred to as the clock tower- not sure how old it is but it has n effigy of Simon de montfort on it.
lol. His name is Ben.
Famously known as: Big Ben.
like anyone can top that!
not here....we have a few clocks around town but nothing special about them.
Wow! great clock - you didn't tell me the history! LOL back at you!
There is an old clock tower on the 16th Street Mall in Denver.
16th street mall info http://fun-denver-attractions.com/downt … tle-buses/
During my time at Marquette - my dorm room overlooked the lighted clock - very cool. Brought back great memories.
Here is the wiki article on the Steam Clock here in Vancouver.
The Forbidden City in Beijing has a special exhibition hall dedicated to clocks received by various emperors as gifts from wetern powers. They are simply amazing.
I gather some of the clocks are currently 'travelling' (In the Netherlands accoring to one story) but if you check you should be able to see the whole collection there, and much else besides
by Billie Kelpin11 months ago
Do you set your clocks to the right time or a time different than the right time?Ever since I was a teenager, I've set my clock at least 10 min. ahead. I love the feeling of relief I get, knowing that I have 10...
by Mariah Aiken5 years ago
Why do they call the clock where you punch your time card called a "time" clock?Aren't all clocks "time" clocks?
by Wayne Tully7 years ago
When the clocks go back one hour, I have one hour spare to sleep or work online....but when the clocks go forward I have just lost an hour!!!!!Bloody hell what a waste of time!
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