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Gastown Vancouver Steam Clock
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Suggeriments de la gent de la zona
Underneath Vancouver, Canada, there runs a series of steam pipes connected to a generating plant at Georgia and Beatty Streets. The system provides heat to most of the downtown core, and provides the steam for the whistles of the Gastown steam clock.
The last Steam Clock in the world and you should go check around in Gastown, many interesting stores nearby.
Built in 1977, this well-known, antique-style clock is powered by steam & whistles to tell the time.
The infamous Gastown Steam Clock is a must see! Near the Waterfront Station for Canada Line, you can get to this retro Vancouver city area and explore!
Antique-style clock that is powered by steam and whistles to tell time. Goes off frequently and lasts for about 5 minutes.
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