Warsash clock tower


This clock tower in Warsash, Hampshire, UK, was build around 1900 as a water tower supplying the local estate. It fell into disrepair and in 1938 restoration work was started. It is now a private residence. The clock originally chimed with the nautical ‘eight bells’, due to Warsash’s association with shipping and the sea.

This is not my usual whimsical, cartoony style, as the building is already quirky enough, without my assistance.

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