Public timepieces, on buildings, churches, etc.
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That was quite unique, during the day a display of watches, clocks etc. after closing time just two empty spaces. such a clever idea. ( I had completely forgotten that David ).davidrobert339 wrote:Did you know they the shop window of Dysons used to wind down into the cellar at closing time as security
I do remember the Guinness clock at the Corn Exchange was the most popular meeting place. on the half hour / hour in the evening there were couples meeting and quite a lot of both sexes being "Stood Up" either one of the couples had changed their mind, forgotten after Saturday or had a look from across the road and did not fancy what they saw. Happy Days.
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