citynoise.org
What is Citynoise?..... Today's posts..... This month..... Recent Comments..... Contact..... RSS Feed.... Post your own Citynoise.....
http://www.citynoise.org  

browse by city

Brooklyn, NY (1189)
New York, NY (1017)
Toronto, ON (940)
Montreal, QC (433)
London, UK (316)
Houston, TX (297)
Oakland, CA (242)
Philadelphia, PA (209)
Seattle, WA (191)
Queens, NY (188)
complete city list

popular articles

what's hot this month?

recent articles

Taking Over Ads One Spot At A Time
from: luna park
Federal Bldg Visit
from: joey
Op Art Fences
from: joey
MET BY METRO FBA
from: METROFBACREW
WTF Is Street Art Anyway?
from: luna park
Graf Trux 29: NYC
from: luna park
Existential Crisis at the Bus Station
from: Franny Wentzel
Old Oakland Facade
from: joey
Pretty Green House on a Block I Seldom Pass Through...
from: Franny Wentzel
Jezzine Barracks
from: mime
read all today's articles

browse by author

Peter (1301)
Unknown (689)
joey (403)
jack (276)
EvilGentleman (274)
complete author list

hot topics

212
subway moscow
astoria ny
seattle wa
london street art
green point
central park
parkdale toronto
tokyo tower
vancouver, wa
brooklyn east 5th street
coney island island
tacoma bridge
NYC
108

Clocks of Drummond and Sainte-Catherine

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

[previous] :: [next]

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

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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.

image 19040

image 19041

image 19042

image 19043

image 19044

This article has been viewed 4420 times in the last 4 years

ORIGINAL COMMENTS REPOSTED BELOW
-----------------------------------------------------------
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!
-----------------------------------------------------------
EvilGentleman: 20th Mar 2007 - 18:49 GMT

You really need a cell phone. It would also make it easier for me to reach you.
-----------------------------------------------------------
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.
-----------------------------------------------------------

This article has been viewed 8242 times in the last 3 years


Comment on this article..

Name:

Type your comment here: Upload photos (opens in popup window)

[previous] :: [next]

search citynoise.org

recent discussions

180 Central Avenue: What Was Lost
from: upfromflames
Brooklyn Dodgers Memory Lane
from: Dan Hoagland
Subway Pervert
from: Shannon
About Convents
from: jack
Airport Scenes 1
from: aer suzuki
School Number 4 + Nightmare Basement
from: Your Main Paradox
Mixed Selection!
from: Indykid
Abandoned General Motors Plant
from: Peter
Bushwick '77: When the Lights Went Out
from: upfromflames
Harbison Dairy Milk Bottle
from: serlingrod

from the archives

Friday Night, Saturday Morning


a train ride no pictures! an awesome performance piece at five myles times square at dawn, as empty as it ever gets truly spartan accomodations temporary homelessness for sport and savings there is a certain psychological barrier you have to cross

Friday Night, Saturday Morning

recently viewed

Signs Signs Everywhere There's Signs
from: Mikee
Clocks of Drummond and Sainte-Catherine
from: EvilGentleman
Currently Unavailable
from: Unknown
PDX Graffiti Like Ummm...
from: fuzzytank
Essay on 2012
from: Matthew
Currently Unavailable
from: Unknown
Waterfront Cycling
from: Michelle
Barbed Wire/Roller Coaster
from: Pat
The Commodore's Slipcover
from: Franny Wentzel
Franks
from: barry