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    I can think of a couple more: There is one on the front of Lloyds TSB on west derby road, tue brook.
    There is also one on the top of the the merseytravel info centre in queens square bus station.


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    The clock face on the University Victoria Tower.

    The only time I want a photo and it's covered in scaffolding

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    And the clock face on St Mary's Edge Hill

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    Thanks, Jona, two great clocks. I especially like the University Victoria Tower.

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    Default Royal Liver Building at dusk.


    Godlike or what?

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    Godlike or what?
    Very good what ever it is.

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    Very nice Phil..


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    Lime St station clock
    Like that it's very good.

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    What's happened to the surround on the station clock?

    Here's Boodles.

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    University of Liverpool clock tower...


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    Quote Originally Posted by drone_pilot View Post
    Like that it's very good.

    Thank's dp.

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    Default Lark Lane Clock

    Interesting clock on an equally interesting building on Lark Lane, Sefton Park, Liverpool
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    Default St Nicholas Church.

    Pier Head.


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    Default Garston Clock Speke Rd

    Spotted above entrance to what is now Garston's only bank. In its heyday, St Mary's Rd, Garston was adorned with several banks but all have now closed. A sign of the times.
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    Default Former Walton Hospital.


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    Quote Originally Posted by taffy View Post
    Spotted above entrance to what is now Garston's only bank. In its heyday, St Mary's Rd, Garston was adorned with several banks but all have now closed. A sign of the times.
    Hello Taffy

    I think what you are showing might be what used to be the Trustee Savings Bank where I won a prize for getting a hundred years of pennies in the Sixties. Could that be? The bank was opposite to the baths.

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    Default TSB Garston

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisGeorge View Post
    Hello Taffy

    I think what you are showing might be what used to be the Trustee Savings Bank where I won a prize for getting a hundred years of pennies in the Sixties. Could that be? The bank was opposite to the baths.

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    Yes that's right. Lloyd's Bank took over the Trustee Savings Bank some years ago. Hence the new name Lloyd's TSB. Being the only bank in Garston these days, it gets very busy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by taffy View Post
    Yes that's right Lloyd's Bank took over the Trustee Savings Bank some years ago. Hence the new name Lloyd's TSB. Being the only bank in Garston these days, it gets very busy.
    Thanks, Taffy. Glad you confirmed my memory of which bank it is.

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    Default Woolton Clock

    Spotted on old coach house on Beaconsfield Rd
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    I'd forgotten about this thread. Took these a few months back...

    The mechanism of the University clock tower. Funded by William Hartley who owned the jam factory in Aintree. Clock constructed by WM Potts of Leeds. Note the maintenance record and spare cable, supplied by Potts. Also shown are the bells, which were sponsored by various local figures.












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    Very interesting. Thanks, snappel!

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    Default Lime Street Station. The main clock.

    The station was so busy with 'bizzies' today, but I was determined to get a snap.
    I couldn't get it face-on as there was one of the station police standing in the way, so I had to get it from the side.


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    Nice work, Philip!

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    Default St Mary West Derby

    Nice church clock on St Mary Church of England Church, West Derby:

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    Default Speke Aerodrome.


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    The large clock at Harry Ramsdens (Sefton Street), has been removed and the hole bricked-up. The building is to become a My Spa health club.

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    Default Marie Celeste Clock

    Well not quite but on the Marie Celeste 5th floor of Lewis's Department store in Liverpool. The top few floors of this enormous store have been closed for some time. The 5th floor housed the restaurants and ladies' hairdressers. Not sure what the coloured warning lights, or the public address system attached to the clock, were for.
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    Default Grand Central clock

    Interesting clock on the renamed Grand Central Hall in Renshaw St
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    Hey taffy, didn't the workmen have a spirit level with them? Nice pic.
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    Default Wobble

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    Hey taffy, didn't the workmen have a spirit level with them? Nice pic.
    Yes it does look at bit off true. My only excuse is that the photo was taken at the extreme 15X zoom range on my Sony H9. I suspect my hand wobbled a bit!!

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