Art Deco Clock examples can be found on buildings scattered throughout Melbourne and its close by, neighbouring suburbs.
Country town halls, factories, stores, library buildings and schools sometimes proudly display the deco clock on their outside tower or on their interior walls.
These pieces of Australian history can be original art deco pieces or reproduced to researched specifications.
The first experience that you may come across is right in the heart of the city at Flinders Street Station.
Here you will find, not only a beautiful clock tower but a row of deco clocks displaying the times that trains will arrive and depart.
Melbourne's Town Hall Town provides you with unique art deco architecture. Part of this structure is the Clock Tower, standing high over Swanston Street.
The Myer store in Bourke Street has an excellent example of this on the facade of its building.
Wander through the Royal Arcade and you will find a beautiful example of a clock being guarded over by Gog and Macog.
There is a huge clock in the plaza at Melbourne Central. Stand opposite it and watch the workings as it strikes the hour.
Just before the second World War, art deco appeared in France. Art deco design has influenced
You will find art deco clocks of the domestic kind and larger ones on town hall towers, sculptures and monuments throughout the cities of the world.
Flinders Street Station
Richmond Town Hall
South Melbourne Town Hall
Girl's High School
For the history of this excellent example of art deco, follow this link here.