Radio Controlled Wall Clock In My Shed

Introduction

I have for some time wanted a reliable time piece outside my house. I don’t actually require an exact time outside anymore than I do elsewhere, but I do need to get the grass cut by teatime. So, I have acquired a Radio Controlled Wall Clock for my shed.

I have had the difficulty of not being able to see any of the indoor clocks easily through the windows from outside the house. Although I have a wall clock in the kitchen I have to open the door to see it. Reflections on the windows make it difficult to read otherwise.

I have had an old LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) clock hanging around for years inside one of my sheds. It was the typical type that could be stuck on the dashboard of cars in the 1980’s when cars didn’t have a clock built in. However it didn’t like the heat of summer or the cold of winter and was notorious for not keeping time. I had a lot of difficulty positioning it in a convenient place too. It was very poor quality. Continue reading “Radio Controlled Wall Clock In My Shed”

My Railway Experiences

Introduction

I think people who search for articles and pictures of railway experiences are usually keen to see them all and not miss any. To help them I have written this short post to bring all my articles together so they can be easily found.

I have already written several posts about my railway experiences and there will likely be more in the future (see this list). So I expect to amend this article on each occasion I have something new to write about.

From my visit to The National Railway Museum (NRM) in York I have chosen the replica of Stephenson’s Rocket for my featured image in this post.

This post is also a means to attract people who search for railway experiences in search engines. Continue reading “My Railway Experiences”