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Clyde Clock
Clyde Clock
Clyde Clock
Clyde Clock
Clyde Clock
Clyde Clock
Clyde Clock
Clyde Clock
Clyde Clock
Clyde Clock

© George Wyllie Estate. Photo credit: Gordon Baird / Art UK

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A clock mounted on a pair of running legs.




stainless steel


H 600 x W (?) x D (?) cm (E)

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Glasgow City Council


Glasgow City Council

Work status


Unveiling date

December 2000


at all times

Inscription description

on a plate in the pavement: THE CLYDE CLOCK / GEORGE WYLLIE 2000 / GIFTED TO THE CITY OF GLASGOW / BY RADIO CLYDE / Generously supported by / Glasgow City Council, Scottish Enterprise Glasgow and Langs Hotel / with assistance from Neil Baxter Associates and Woolgar Hunter


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