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Description: Clock Tower
Date Listed: 6 October 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 203098
OS Grid Reference: TQ1806367507
OS Grid Coordinates: 518063, 167507
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3943, -0.3044
TQ 1867 NW KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES CLAREMONT ROAD
TQ 1867 SW
Square, stone-faced Gothic clock tower erected 1905-06. The tower has four stages.
Each face is similar. The bottom stage rises from a stepped base. It has diagonal
buttresses and a recessed niche crowned with an arched, cusped canopy, side
pinnacles, gablet containing oculus and finial. The niche on the south side
contains a bronze, oval medallion with bust of Edward VII. The second stage is
blank, except for 2 small loopholes and a small trefoil. The third stage contains a
triple lancet window with louvred lights. Cornice above. The top stage, containing
the clock faces, is corbelled out slightly. The clock faces are set beneath gablets
with carved label stops and finials. There are corner pinnacles and the stage is
crowned with stone lantern carried on flying buttresses, with a spirelet and carved
finial and wrought iron weather vane incorporating the letters 'A.E.'.
Listing NGR: TQ1806367507
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Source: English Heritage
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