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Stopped Clocks is a public collaborative project which exists to first document all the stopped clocks in the UK, with the aim being to restore those we can to working order.

Anyone can help, so please send us any information on stopped clocks in your area and by all means post here at the blog.

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Not stopped but...

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...infuriatingly about 20 minutes slow - what good is that - or is this another example of what Alfie was taking about on Radio Leeds - local time for Birmingham? Victoria Square, Birmingham.

Posted by kevinmulryne

St Nicholas Church Arundel - Stopped

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The clock has been stopped at 12.00 as long as I have been in the area. This beautiful church dates back to the 14th century, the clock has been out of order for about a year.

It is a listed building of course and the authentic repairs required by the council would cost too much.

Posted by flowergirl

Wrong clock

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This branch of H Samuel in the High Street, Lowestoft, was refurbished several years ago. They installed this new double sided clock. It does move at times but I have never seen it showing correct time. As can been seen in the picture the hour and minute hands are not registered correctly. Furthermore, the other side always shows a completely different time.
 
 
Rod Fryatt
27th Jan 2009, 20:32   | tags: (+)comments (0)

map"LS122LY"

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Posted by pjane

26th Jan 2009, 22:57   comments (0)

Brace of inaccurate (but not stopped) clocks for ya.

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Posted by dancraig

26th Jan 2009, 11:35   comments (0)

Stopped Clock

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A stopped clock at Trentham Gardens

Posted by Sir Findo Gask

Clock [don't] work

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The inside of a stopped clock..

Posted by Sir Findo Gask

Stopped clock St Johns Lane

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As it says, 28-29 St John's Lane EC1! The other side doesn't even have a clock face, just a sign.. maybe it was easier to remove the other
movement than fix it.

(sent in by Helen)

Posted by Alfie