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Friday, April 17, 2009

St George's under the Clock


A view of St George's from underneath the James North Clock.

7 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

What a beautiful clock!This post is great indeed!
Kind regards
Léia

Lois said...

That clock tower is just gorgeous!

Lew said...

Nice juxtaposition! Isn't it nice when your subjects line up properly for the camera? And it's nice that they refitted the clock in a new tower.

Hilda said...

Nicely framed! Love the clock too, and it's wonderful that it was saved and restored.

RuneE said...

A beautiful clock and an interesting story. I didn't know that they invented the PVC. I wonder whether the had any inkling about what that invention would lead to.

Old Wom Tigley said...

Great picture Gerald... I have been meaning to do a post about this.. in fact I drove past it twice yesterday whilst going to see friends at the Lamb Inn... my brother worked here from a few years dipping the the gloves... it was a very hard job, but paid well...

Elaine Dale said...

I love this kind of information, it's quirky and inciteful.

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