Clock Tower, Tynemouth


The distinctive clock tower and drinking fountain is located at the head of Front Street in Tynemouth, close to Tynemouth Priory. The Venetian Gothic style clock tower was built in 1861, designed by Oliver and Lamb of Newcastle.[1] The clock tower is a Grade II listed building.

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018984: Front Street, Tynemouth, no date

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023262:Tynemouth Castle Tynemouth Tyne and Wear City Engineers 1975

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Front Street, Tynemouth

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Front Street - Tynemouth, Tyne and Wear

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Scott Clock and Fountain

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Small Door

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Tynemouth Clock

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Arch

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Window

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Tynemouth Clock Tower

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CLOCK TOWER - Tynemouth - List Entry
- "Clock tower and drinking fountain. 1861 by Oliver and Lamb. Polychrome brick and ashlar with lead roofs. Venetian Gothic style. Tall square tower with 8-panelled door on east side. Low ...

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Tyne and Wear HER(7335): Tynemouth, Front Street, clock tower
- "Clock tower and drinking fountain. 1861 by Oliver and Lamb. Polychrome brick and ashlar with lead roofs. Venetian Gothic style. Tall square tower with 8-panelled door on east side. Arches ...

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