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We visited Otley on a Market Day which made it very difficult to get close to this wonderful Victorian Clock Tower in the heart of Otley.
It was built to mark the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria's reign. Interestingly it was built on the site...More
A historical landmark in a small market town, right next to the market Square. Every similar market town should have something similar. Although towns like Ripon and Darlington do have.
To conclude, without it the market Square would be missing something.
This tall clock tower sits to one edge of the square in the town centre. Due to the road layout, traffic pours past which is a shame as it is not a quiet area. The clock tower has a wonderfully designed top piece and has...More
This clock is the centre part of otley where all the markets surround but we sadly lost victims in the Manchester bombing so flowers were laid here and the clock was used as a memorial area to those whom lost their lives
the Clock Tower is a memorial to the Boer War and has a plaque re Belgium refugees in the town. Being on the edge of the market Place and on the edge of Kirkgate, a main road through the town, it is very obvious.