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Description: Clock Tower (At East End of Cobden Bridge)
Date Listed: 14 February 1969
English Heritage Building ID: 135728
OS Grid Reference: SU4394914069
OS Grid Coordinates: 443949, 114069
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9244, -1.3761
1. BITTERNE PARK TRIANGLE
(at east end of
SU 41 SW 10/36 14.2.69
Built 1889 by S. Kelway Pope. Originally erected at the junction of Above
Bar Street and New Road and moved to the present site in 1936. Built of stone
in the style of an Early English church steeple with lancet decoration.
The spire is surmounted by a cross and there are polished granite engaged
columns and drinking fountains with lion's head masks. Buttresses to the
Listing NGR: SU4445413575
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Source: English Heritage
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