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If you follow my work at all, you’ll notice that I like to photograph time pieces. I shoot time pieces of all kinds – street clocks, courthouse clocks, regular clocks, watches, hourglasses, and well, anything else that is used to note the passage of time. I originally intended to share all different types of time devices, but wow, I have so many! So, I decided that would share my street clock images in this post and share watches and courthouse clocks separately. I consider a street clock to be a clock that stands on its own. It is not attached to any structure.


Keeton’s Jewelers was located in the Burlington area in Knoxville, TN. The building is now empty, but has been recently been renovated. The clock still stands. It is unknown where the term Burlington originated.

Keeton’s Jewelers street clock in Knoxville, TN.

Ashland Virginia

This clock is located at the Amtrak train station in Ashland, VA. Ashland is cute little train town just outside of Richmond, VA. The town of Ashland was incorporated in 1858.

Amtrak station in Ashland, VA.

Lenoir City TN

This clock is located in downtown Lenoir City, TN. Lenoir City was incorporated in 1907.

Lenoir City street clock

Brewton AL

This clock is located in a park in downtown Brewton, Alabama. Brewton was established as a town in 1885.

Brewton, Alabama street clock.

Knoxville TN

This clock is located on Gay Street in downtown Knoxville, TN. Knoxville was founded in 1791 and incorporated in 1815.

Gay Street clock in Knoxville, TN.

Salem MA

Located in downtown Salem, MA. Salem was incorporated in 1629.

Salem, Massachusetts street clock