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New Brunswick, Saint John, Time Piece at Market Square
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"Time Piece" is a clock tower by a Saint John artist John Hooper with collaboration by Jack Massey. There is no face or hands on the clock - instead, the serpent (and the four figures above it) slowly rotate around the top so the snake’s tail can indicates the time.

It is being show here being restored inside and out. The internal mechanics were updated and it received a fresh coat of paint.

Copyright: Jim Watters
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Resolution: 8400x4200
Uploaded: 30/05/2012
Updated: 21/07/2014
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Tags: new brunswick; saint john; market square; time piece; john hooper; jack massey; clock
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