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Thoughts on an interesting regulator with Epicyclic maintaining power.

Thoughts on an interesting regulator with Epicyclic maintaining power.

John Brown – Southampton (Hants) 1830 Epicyclic maintaining power is a very rare feature.  Although used in turret clocks (mainly by Cooke and Sons of York), it is seen in only a handful of clocks of this type.  It was known to have been used by Cooke and Sons on a couple of their veryRead more about Thoughts on an interesting regulator with Epicyclic maintaining power.[…]

A tale of a clock an airship and two sisters……..

A tale of a clock an airship and two sisters……..

It’s the evening of September 23rd 1916 and the Black Swan public house on the corner of Bow Road and Bromley High Street was winding down after the usual bustle of a Saturday evening.  The landlords two daughters Cissy and Sylvia were just finishing cleaning up when they heard the sirens……….  Zeppelin L33 a GermanRead more about A tale of a clock an airship and two sisters……..[…]

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