937 viewings on 14 July, 2016.
St Luke the Physician Anglican Church, a Georgian stone church, was designed by Colonial Architect John Lee Archer and erected using convict labour in1834-6. The foundation stone was laid by Govenor Arthur and the clock, made in England in 1838, and previously installed in the tower at St David"s Hobart, was installed in St Lukes in 1922.
James Thompson, the convict who was responsible for the original timber work inside the building, was granted his freedom as a reward for his work.
Taken with my LUMIX DMC-TZ3