Old-world charm #WordlessWednesday

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The clock dials like the one in this photo never fail to catch my attention. They have the old-world charm.

This clock was at the Liverpool Lime Street train station.

Linking this post with #WordlessWednesday hosted by Esha M Dutta and Natasha Sinha

 

 

5 comments

  1. I actually love these old clocks. I think they look like they’re straight out of a storybook! As far as I can recall, I’ve always been fascinated by all things old-world because it sets me wondering about the times that they used to belong to and how different it would have been, as compared to objects and things that we see around us today.

    So glad you shared this image and joined us this week, Anamika. Your #ww post can also be just a picture every week, you know, but a great way to get traction and stay connected to bloggers even if you don’t feel like writing anything at all.
    P.S. Just a thought to make you ponder!

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  2. There really is an old world charm about this clock though I wonder if the children will be able to decipher the Roman numerals. I caught them reading numbers like English alphabets the other day.

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  3. Welcome back dearest Anu. Lovely to see you back on #WW.

    Gosh! I love that clock. Want one like that for my home. 🙂

    Thanks for sharing with us.

    Have a blessed week ahead!

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