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Clocktower

Any instrument for indicating time, such as a mechanical device with a numbered dial and moving hands or pointers, positioned in a single tower or a tower-like portion of a structure.
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Some feel that the natural role for the clock tower and Hooper Turret is a psychiatric museum and conference center, providing an important educational experience for the public by describing mental health treatment through first-person accounts by patients and staff.
Earlier, the U.S Consul General was briefed on the history and construction of Merewether Clock Tower which was completed in eight years with a height of 102 meter and 44 meter floor area.
MULTAN: Shah Rukn-i-Alam shrine (left) and area around it, Damdama and Clock Tower illuminated.
The Ghanta Ghar, or Clock Tower, is one of the oldest sites in Ludhiana More than 100 years old, the Clock Tower was built in the memory of Queen Victoria.
However there is strong support for the clock tower to be retained as a physical reminder of the area's textile history.
Historical touches inside the clock tower include the ornate Liver Bird entrance mosaic, a grand Jacobeanstyle staircase and carved timber fireplaces.
"The Clock Tower revived our business during the last three years," said Abbas Subhi, marketing manager at a hotel located in the Clock Tower.
The clock tower will be part of a park that will overlook East Village Square, a retail center on Worcester Road that will be the home of a new Price Chopper, Panera Bread and an additional 3,000-square-feet of retail space.
The future of the Clock Tower, until now used as a community centre, looks finally settled after years of uncertainty.
The Harborne Clock Tower was a well used community centre that trained people in a number of skills, many of which made their search for jobs easier.
That means the Town Hall clock has a radio control fitted in the clock tower that picks up the signal and alters itself accordingly, and has done since its refurb in 2004.
The clock tower - located in the centre of the road in Oldgate near the River Wansbeck - was built in the early 1600s and its original clock, a single pointer timepiece, was brought in from nearby Bothal Castle.