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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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Outside steels lane health centre

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Commercial road london

Posted by Alfie

Tottenham Court Road

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Behind the Centre Point. Stopped.

Posted by Judo-Jule

Doncaster

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Another factory near the train station.

Posted by 540air

Leeds

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Just outside Leeds station.

Posted by 540air

blackfriars bridge and fleet street

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Posted by Alfie

Urmston

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We stopped for coffee but Urmston was shut. The shopping precinct is derelict & the town
centre clock has stopped. If tumbleweed had bowled down the main drag it would have
seemed the most natural thing in the world...

Posted by hildegard

6th Oct 2007, 16:12   | tags:,,comments (2)

Manchester, Northern Quarter

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The camera pointing at the stopped clock seemed a nice touch - puts one in mind of
Amélie...
(Note also schonky "creative" "urban regeneration" street sign.)

Posted by hildegard

Stopped Clock: at the junction of Roundhay Road and Easterly Road in Leeds

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From Richard Tempest:



"This clock is to be found on what used to be known as the Clock
Cinema, currently known as Clock Buildings. It's at the junction of
Roundhay Road and Easterly Road in Leeds. The Clock was one of two
cinemas within walking distance of where we lived so when we went out
to the pictures it was either to the Harehills Picture House (now gone
entirely) or to The Clock. It's where I saw the Beatles movies when
they first came out. Definitely a clock with style, wouldn't you say?
And of course I went past it on the bus every day on the way to school."

Posted by Alfie