Situated in the centre of the modern day town of Sheerness on the Isle of Sheppey is one of the oldest surviving clock towers in Kent. It is also the largest free standing cast iron example of its type in the county at 36 feet tall. The clock tower was first erected to celebrate the coronation of King Edward VII in 1902 and cost the town’s people of Sheerness £360. The clock tower has been restored to its original glory on the Golden Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II.

Taken in Kent UK

Camera Canon 500d

I have been into photography since 2009 when I had a little Sony Cyber shot Point and shoot camera I then moved onto a Fuji finepix s1000fd bridge camera I now use a Canon 6D ,Canon 60D and a Canon 500D and the mirror less compact eos m I love all forms of photography have recently Got into HDR and Macro work But my main love is wildlife and aviation

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  • hootonles
    hootonlesabout 4 years ago


  • Thank you

    – larry flewers

  • artwhiz47
    artwhiz47about 4 years ago

    This is terrific! What an interesting, colorful structure. Would make a good Christmas card!

  • :) thank you and I think your right about the card

    – larry flewers

  • Meladana
    Meladanaabout 4 years ago

    Just love it! Great picture, lovely colour and content!

  • :) thank you

    – larry flewers

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