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National Museum Dockyard Clock Chimes Again

National Museum Dockyard Clock Chimes Again

Recent visitors to the National Museum of Bermuda [NMB] may have noticed the reassuring chimes of the Dockyard Clock are back, faithfully alerting them to the time every fifteen minutes. Originally installed in the south turret of the Great Eastern Storehouse [now the Clocktower Shopping Mall], the mid-Victorian clock mechanism was made by John Moore... Read more of this article

Restoration Of Dockyard Clocks Now Complete

Restoration Of Dockyard Clocks Now Complete

People visiting the Royal Naval Dockyard will once again be able to tell the time without having to glance at their watches. After months of work, the clock and the tide mechanisms at the Clocktower, one of Bermuda’s most recognizable landmarks, are again working.Dockyard is also looking even brighter than normal after new energy efficient LED lighting... Read more of this article

Time Is Ticking On Dockyard Clocks Restoration

Time Is Ticking On Dockyard Clocks Restoration

Work is well underway towards restoring two of the Island’s most famous clocks with parts taking shape at a specialist firm in the US.The West End Development Corporation [WEDCO] announced last year that was investing $200,000 into restoring the clocks at Clocktower.One tells the time and one the high tide time, but the mechanisms were put in... Read more of this article

Time & Tide Clocks To Be Restored In Dockyard

Time & Tide Clocks To Be Restored In Dockyard

Time will be restored at the Royal Naval Dockyard in a $200,000 restoration project at one of the most recognisable landmarks in Bermuda. The electrical mechanisms of the clocks at Clocktower were put in 30 years ago and have worn out. One shows the time and the other the high tide time, and both are going to be restored.Andrew Dias, general manager... Read more of this article