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See some eccentric machines tonight.

gears - See some eccentric machines tonight. [A Thing To Do Today] Price: Free entry; machines up to £1 each Time: 30 mins - 1 hour
Perhaps in the 21st century, the machines will take over... but you'll have no worries about the ones exhibitied in a Holborn gallery at the moment - they might look realistic, but these quirky automata of eccentric people, designed by cartoonist and engineer Tim Hunkin, are all coin-operated. The gallery is open late on Thursdays, so go along to Princeton Street, between noon and 8pm, and have a play. (Nearest tube: Holborn)
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