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    Your watch, plus your city's significant landmark...

    What's your city's big drawcard? We've got a few in ol Sydney, so here's one you guys n girls will be familiar with to kick this off...

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    Re: Your watch, plus your city's significant landmark...

    Me too!
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    Steiny in Times Square just moments ago.....
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    Re: Your watch, plus your city's significant landmark...

    Sorry for the blurry pic.
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    Re: Your watch, plus your city's significant landmark...

    I know it sounds egotistical......But the arm attached to the watch IS the most significant landmark in the whole county!
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    Sinn 556I. The Hudson River.

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    Re: Your watch, plus your city's significant landmark...

    I knew this topic would come up someday on the WUS forum, so I took this pic not long ago :)

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    Re: Your watch, plus your city's significant landmark...

    Excellent thread! Keep em coming guys!!
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    Re: Your watch, plus your city's significant landmark...

    I live in a small town that has few significant landmarks, but the replica guard tower in the background overlooks the site of one of World War II's biggest prison escapes.



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