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Clock Tower


The Clock Tower is located by the entrance on the east side of Ward Jackson Park in Hartlepool. It is inscribed: "The gift of Alderman John Brown J.P. Mayor 1902-3-4. In Consideration for others 1921".[1] The Clock Tower is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Ward Jackson Park Grade II Listed 1921 Historic Buildings and Monuments in the Borough of Hartlepool
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Ward Jackson Park Clock

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CLOCK TOWER IN WARD JACKSON PARK - List Entry
- "Clocktower, 1921. Red brick with stone dressings, lead roof and stone ball finial. Ashlar plinth on 3 stone steps. Square in plan and approximately 6m high. Fluted corner pilasters...."

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A stroll around Ward Jackson Park, Hartlepool-10

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List number: 1250391
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ4912032540
District: Tees Valley

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