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Culzean Castle, Clock-Tower. Robert Adam design. Can you guess which windows are real and which are fake?

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Behind the clock-face in the Clock-Tower at Culzean Castle.

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Silver mantle clock by Lund & Brockley, London. Designed by A. Crichton. Detail of casing.

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Detail of mechanism behind the Clock-Tower, Culzean Castle.

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Mechanism of the clock within the Clock-Tower, Culzean Castle.

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Act of Parliament clock (also known as 'Tavern Clocks'). Maker: George Halifax, Doncaster (b.1725, d.1811). Georgian Kitchen, Culzean Castle.

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Detail of pendulum from the mahogany longcase clock located on the Eisenhower Gallery, Culzean Castle. Mid-18th century, Channel Islands.

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Mahogany longcase clock. 8-day movement. Silver roman chapter ring with moonphases to arch. Channel Islands, mid-18th century. Maker: Edouard Renouf, Jersey. Located on the Eisenhower Gallery, Culzean Castle.

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Mahogany cased half hour striking longcase clock. 8-day movement. Channel Islands, mid-18th century. Maker: Edouard Renouf, Jersey. Located on the Eisenhower Gallery, Culzean Castle.

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