Stock Photo: Greenwich, England: August 20, 1924. The clock of the world, the famous chronometer at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, England, the starting point of longitude on the world's maps. The Royal Astronomer has announced that time signals from this clock are now to broadcast 'by ether' by the British Broadcasting Company so that every radio fan can keep his watch accurate.
Stock Photo: 1035-12159 Greenwich, England:   August 20, 1924. The clock of the world, the famous chronometer at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, England, the starting point of longitude on the world's maps. The Royal Astronomer has announced that time signals from this clock are now to broadcast 'by ether'  by the British Broadcasting Company so that every radio fan can keep his watch accurate.