[time-nuts] Time-nut going England!
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Thu Apr 27 05:00:17 EDT 2017
Mike Millen <mike.millen.uk at gmail.com> wrote:
> If you can travel to Cambridge ( a short train trip from London ), the the
> Corpus Clock is well worth seeing:
My notes on the Corpus Clock:
If you are in Cambridge, listen out for the chimes from Great St Mary's
church next to the market square - the GSM chimes were copied for the
palace of Westminster's clock tower.
Also listen out for Trinity's clock which strikes the hour twice, and
which has a very informative web site: http://trin-hosts.trin.cam.ac.uk/clock/
Trinity's clock is based on the design of the palace of Westminster's
Frank King has information about some notable sundials:
The Royal Greenwich Observatory was housed next to Cambridge University's
Institute of Astronomy for several years before it was finally shut down.
I don't know of any notable timekeeping activities, though.
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