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“What time is it?”

Allen-Bradley Company Clock
Reviewed November 21, 2012

If you are coming or going over the bridge you will always know the time. Has been a landmark for Milwaukee and the only 4 sided clock this large.Big Ben is only two sided.

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Reviewed November 17, 2012

The Allen-Bradley Clock is a get point to judging how far you are from your destination & it's just great to look at!!

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Reviewed September 21, 2012

I'm glad that time doesn't always bring about change. Seeing the Allen-Bradley clock always brings about nostalgic memories of good times over the years in Milwaukee with friends and family. I hope they always keep it up and going. It's a timeless classic to use a play on words.

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Reviewed September 17, 2012

Driving down I-94, or from whatever direction you view this 4-sided behemoth, you definitely know the time.

Since Rockwell bought the building, I imagine it's now the Rockwell clock, but I'd like to think that, like a certain tower in Chicago, it will always be known by its original name.

Is the A-B Clock still the largest four-face clock in the world? Don't know, but it's sure big.

Thank Deb S
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Reviewed September 16, 2012

Until recently, this clock was the largest four-sided clock in the world. If you visit downtown Milwaukee or its near south side, it's hard not to see it, so in this sense it's really a "can't miss" when you come to town. Once a year, the public is invited to see the clock from the inside as part of the "Doors Open" event. As I write this, that opportunity is next weekend. I'm looking forward to checking out the tower.

Thank WorkingWriter
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