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Poll – choose a clock face
Double three-legged gravity escapement
Should we translate English to English ?
Geek Alert – what do you get when …
Road Trip !
And the answer is ?
Is it lefthanded or righthanded ?
For those interested in my clock project …
Cleaning Brass with Catsup
Methods for Gear Attachments
Bead Blasting – life’s simple pleasures
Letter from the Library of Manchester England
Wire brushed the brass, the brass, the brass …
Tools of the trade
Polished the clock arbors
Drive Assembly – test fit
Suspected Escaped Convict Cornered
DIY – Paint Booth
Progress – but no peaking
It’s Black. Satin Black.
The clock has legs
Come Together, Right Now …
Come Together – a little closer now
Making up lost time
A little FLASH
The clock gets visitors
Filling in the blanks
The last piece …
Put a fork in it – it’s done !