Product images of Slave clock and dial
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Slave clock and dial
Slave clock connected to the Shepherd master clock installed at the Royal Observatory in 1852. This slave clock was installed at the gates to the Observatory and was the first clock ever to show Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) directly to the public.
- Image reference: D5601
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London