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Clocks of Drummond and Sainte-Catherine

- EvilGentleman - Sunday, September 4th, 2011 : goo

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Originally posted on Monday, March 19th, 2007 as article 6528, but lost in a server mishap.

Reconstructed from web.archive.org/web/20070323003432/http://www.citynoise.org/article/6528

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These two clocks face each other across the corner of Drummond and Sainte-Catherine Streets downtown. I prefer the older clock from 1910, but unfortunately, it does not work. The newer one on the Bank of Montreal branch works, but lacks the soul of its neighbour.

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CE: 20th Mar 2007 - 16:18 GMT

I love public clocks, I wish there were more in the city as I don't wear a watch. My favourite is the digital clock on De Maisonneuve between Bishop and Crescent that displays the time and temperature. You can see it from blocks away and is so handy!
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EvilGentleman: 20th Mar 2007 - 18:49 GMT

You really need a cell phone. It would also make it easier for me to reach you.
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CE: 21st Mar 2007 - 17:59 GMT

I hate cell phones with a passion. My phone was supposed to be hooked up yesterday but as of this morning I still have nothing.
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