Jubilee Clock Tower, Market Place, Rugby

The Jubilee Clock Tower, Rugby | Warwickshire County Council
The Jubilee Clock Tower, Rugby
Warwickshire County Council
Description of this historic site

The Jubilee Clock Tower which dates to the Imperial period. The clock tower was erected to mark Queen Victoria's jubilee. It is situated in Market Place, Rugby.

Notes about this historic site

1 Erected to mark Queen Victoria’s jubilee and bought with the balance of a fund set up to celebrate this. Designed by Goodacres of Leicester and built by Parnalls of Rugby for £500. Built of Derby Dale stone, partially filled in with Northamptonshire iron stone on a base of grey granite. 43′ high. Plaque: “erected by the town and neighbourhood of Rugby to commemorate the 50th anniversary.
2 In good condition.

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