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Shepherd Gate Clock


"One of Earliest Electric Clocks"

Located at the entrance of Royal Observatory, Shepherd Gate Clock credited to Charles Shepherd in 1852 is one of the earliest examples of an electric clock. A unique feature of this clock is that the numbers are arranged in the twenty-four-hour format. Another thing to remember about this clock is that it was also one first to publicly display Greenwich Mean Time.
Blackheath Avenue, Royal Observatory, London, United Kingdom, SE10 8XJ
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"One of Earliest Electric Clocks"
Located at the entrance of Royal Observatory, Shepherd Gate Clock credited to Charles Shepherd in 1852 is one of the earliest examples of an electric clock. A unique feature of this clock is that the numbers are arranged in the twenty-four-hour format. Another thing to remember about this clock is that it was also one first to publicly display Greenwich Mean Time.
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