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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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St Ethelburga's Church in London

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This small but beautifully formed church was bombed by the IRA and virtually ruined. Not only was the clock stopped it was totally destroyed.

Replacement dial manufactured in spun copper with a modern electric mechanism and a control system to link the clock to an electromagnetic hammer, which is once again striking the original bell.

Clock restoration by www.good-directions.co.uk

Posted by Rosalie

stopped clock at st pancras platform 3

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Posted by Alfie

25th Nov 2008, 07:58   comments (1)

St John the baptist church Hoxton

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Both clocks stopped.

Posted by Alfie

17th Nov 2008, 12:27   comments (1)

stopped, old, and amazing clock on roseberry avenue

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Ive posted this clock before but this is a much better shot than the existing one

Posted by Alfie

16th Nov 2008, 09:57   comments (0)

Stopped clock in Leeds

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It belongs to the former Clock Cafe- now LS6. It can be found on 16a
Headingley Lane in Leeds.

Posted by Judo-Jule

What's going on?!

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Even the clock mending quarter of London can't keep their clocks going?

Posted by beccabecs

Stopped Clock Outside Ann Summers Richmond

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Except I think weirdly it tells the right time on one side but the wrong
time on the other!

Posted by Annie_Mole

12th Nov 2008, 08:56   comments (1)

Stopped Clock

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this used to be Jay's Jewellers

Posted by Alfie