There is a fascination story behind this clock well worth a look and see , take plenty of picture iconic
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Lovely tower which leans a little due to poor foundations. You cannot go up which is a shame. but it is very impressive.
When I saw this Pisa-like leaning tower from afar I thought I had fallen victim to an optical illusion and there was nothing wrong with it. But it turned out this 113-foot tall clock tower is indeed tilting by about four feet. Not nearly as...More
It's an interesting landmark for it's oddity of leaning. It also helps you orientate yourself in relation to other places.
This is about a quarter miles walk (to the end of the road) from the big fish! The Albert Memorial clock tower does lean slightly and has recently been restored to a wonderful condition! It is set next to a row of trees and water...More
No, each of the Four Faces do not tell a different time. Thanks for shoring this up, so it can stand up straight, and thanks for the dancing waters.
What a beautiful clocktower but as the guide pointed out has a slight lean to it which is very interesting (although not sure if as much as Pisa!)
I drove past it last week as I have done thousands of times. The restoration has been superb. The only comment I have though beyond that is, I thought the lean had been corrected? It may just be my wonky eye but it still seems...More