There are too many people, let's talk about it. The 2-ton steam clock is the landmark of the town and the historic landmark of Vancouver. As the first steam-driven clock in the world, it has been standing here since 1977 and has been honking every 15 minutes for centuries. Steam clocks are about 2 meters high and have clock faces on all sides. They are completely transparent below the clock disc. The operation of parts and components in the clock can be clearly seen. The old steam clock is now out of date due to its long history, but it seems as if it has returned to the old steam age to give people a sense of time and space interlacing by standing beside the steam clock and watching the white steam coming out, accompanied by the music of the whistle.
Steam Clock is a famous landmark building in Vancouver. I think it's worth visiting, but I'm not sure that the purpose of my trip is to see it. The food is delicious and the environment is comfortable. Just when the weather is good, I come here for a walk. There are many scenic spots on this side.
Steam clock is the landmark of Gastown, hissing and white smoke. It's a tourist attraction where travelers scramble to take photos. But it's actually electrically driven. During the tour, someone may come to talk to you about giving you a free commentary, but when the commentary is finished, you will ask for donation. If you don't want to waste your breath, you can politely refuse.
Steam clock has become the symbol of Vancouver Gastown. It is the first steam-driven clock in the world. It has been running for more than 160 years. The two-meter-high steam clock in the town itself is not very impressive, but the tourists who stop around it are enough to make you notice it. The whistle sounds every 15 minutes and the steam gushing from the top of the clock are its unique symbols.
Steam clock is the most representative landscape of gas town. Now it is still using steam. It can be seen that steam is constantly rising. It is very inconspicuous that he stands on the side of the street. Besides, there are shops on both sides of the street. We only pay attention to shopping, but we haven't found it several times.
Because the steam clock has been in service for 152 years, years have made it look a bit old, steam injection sometimes not according to the hour, music also seems a bit intermittent, out of tune. The local government has invested in its maintenance to protect Vancouver's town treasure.