Picture of church clock on the former Blenheim Baptist Church – Woodhouse Lane, Leeds.
This large clock is on the former Blenheim Baptist Church – Woodhouse Lane in Leeds.
The building is no longer a church and now houses the offices of the Leeds branch of UNISON. The church dates from around 1858, a time when the local populace would have found this large clock a useful timepiece in the days before universal watch ownership.
Lucy Corrander : Photos said…
I often think that, if I were suddenly very rich and became a public benefactor, I’d re-instate and re-introduce beautiful big clocks around the country. Now people tend to tell the time from mobile phones instead of from watches, they might even be useful – we could glance up, rather than fiddle around.
JUNE 24, 2011 7:54 AM