The Albert Clock, Belfast :: Shared Description


The Albert Clock, at Queen’s Square, opposite High Street, was designed by William J Barre as a memorial to Prince Albert. Completed in 1859, built on reclaimed land (known as “Belfast sleech”), it is said to be 113 ft tall and 14ft off vertical.
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J3474 : The Albert Clock (BST), Belfast (2) by Albert Bridge
J3474 : The Albert Clock, Belfast by Rossographer
J3474 : The Albert Clock (GMT), Belfast by Albert Bridge
J3474 : The leaning Albert Clock, Belfast by Albert Bridge
J3474 : The Albert Memorial, Belfast (detail) by Albert Bridge
J3474 : Belfry, the Albert Clock, Belfast by Albert Bridge
J3474 : Statue of Prince Albert, Belfast by Albert Bridge
J3474 : Face, the Albert Clock, Belfast (2) by Albert Bridge
J3474 : The leaning Albert Clock, Belfast (2) by Albert Bridge
J3474 : The Albert Clock (BST), Belfast by Albert Bridge
J3474 : The Albert Clock, Belfast (4) by Albert Bridge
J3474 : The Albert Clock, Belfast (3) by Albert Bridge
J3474 : The Albert Clock, Belfast (6) by Albert Bridge
J3474 : The Albert clock, Belfast (8) by Albert Bridge
J3474 : The Albert Clock, Belfast by Albert Bridge
J3474 : The Albert Clock, Belfast (5) by Albert Bridge
J3474 : Canavan Clocks van, Belfast (January 2016) by Albert Bridge
J3474 : The Albert Clock, Belfast (7) by Albert Bridge
J3474 : Face, the Albert Clock, Belfast by Albert Bridge
J3474 : Weathervane, the Albert Clock, Belfast by Albert Bridge


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Created: Wed, 21 Dec 2011, Updated: Wed, 21 Dec 2011

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