London Gazette

 

What Time Is Now?

March 6, 1885 ·

And in late breaking news, this paper has learnt that the “Tomorrow’s World… Today” exhibition is to also play host to the old as well as the new. A group of archaeologists have discovered a bizarre, ornamental  clock, said to be of unknown age and origin.

The timepiece, which has four faces and rides an enormous pole, was found in the Forest of Dean.  Is it a relic from a bygone age?  Find out when they unveil the clock on May the 6th.

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