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Editorial Reviews. Review. Greyfriars Bobby and the One o'clock Gun George Robinson Xlibris, 80 pages, (paperback) $ UK, (Reviewed: .
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One o'clock cannon at Edinburgh castle, Scotland. Shoots every day exactly at one o'clock in the afternoon District Gunner Sergeant Dave Beveridge posing with empty shell casing after firing the One o'clock gun at Edinburgh castle in Scotland.
The gun traditional fired to allow maritimers to keep proper time. It is a time signal, fired every day at , apart from Sunday, Good Friday and Christmas Day, circa With rod and gun in New England and the Maritime provinces [microform].
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This particular weapon has been in service for approximately 15 years, and is traditionally fired by a volunteer District Gunner from the th Regiment Royal Artillery. His nickname was passed onto a GNER locomotive during a naming ceremony at Edinburgh Waverley train station in to commemorate his career.
Sergeant David Beverage, district gunner at Edinburgh Castle, puts forward the clock which stands alongside the one-o'clock gun. Image: Jane Barlow.