Abberley Clock Tower

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Abberley Clock Tower
Abberley Clock Tower.jpg
General information
StatusPrivate building
TypeClock tower
Coordinates52°17′51″N 2°22′33″W / 52.29745°N 2.37572°W / 52.29745; -2.37572Coordinates: 52°17′51″N 2°22′33″W / 52.29745°N 2.37572°W / 52.29745; -2.37572
Construction started29 June 1883
CompletedOctober 1884
Cost£7980
ClientJohn Joseph Jones
OwnerAbberley Hall School
Height161 feet (49 m)
Design and construction
ArchitectJames Piers St Aubyn
Clock by J. B. Joyce of Whitchurch
Architecture firmPatman and Fotheringham
References
http://www.abberleyhall.co.uk/clock_tower

Abberley Clock Tower is a prominent distinctive clock tower in Abberley, Worcestershire, England. Built by James Piers St Aubyn around 1883 for Abberley Hall[1] it is now part of Abberley Hall School. It is a Grade II* listed building[2] and claimed to be visible from six counties.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Clock Tower". Abberley Hall School. Archived from the original on 4 October 2013. Retrieved 1 October 2013.
  2. ^ Historic England. "Abberley Clock Tower  (Grade II*) (1082707)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 1 October 2013.
  • Pevsner, Nicolas (1968). The Buildings of England: Worcestershire.