The site of this leaning clock tower makes this a nice spot to see some interesting sights. It's close to the water too.
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Recently restored, it's like looking at a brand-new Victorian monument. If you're walking downtown towards the Titanic Quarter you will probably pass this, and if you do, it's well worth a detailed look.
Take time out to inspect. It is a spendid structure in the heart of the city, often taken for granted.
Worth walking by on the way to the Titanic Museum, but that's about it. Made for good photos in the misty, rainy weather, but sort of seemed a bit out of place at its location. Still, worth seeing as you go by. Just to see...More
The most interesting thing about the clock is that it leans at an angle much like the leaning tower of Pisa. It is built on reclaimed land with a river flowing underneath. It has had to be underpinned.
The transformation in this famous landmark is remarkable. Its nice pale sandstone is now evident after an expensive and lengthy cleanup. Victorian elegance, and we'll worth a look.
It means 4 ft backward and 4ft to the side, due to the wooden piles being eroded by the underground river. A must see even if you just stare at the lean ... quite disconcerting when you are stood underneath it!!
A very impressive tower situated just outside the Cathedral Quarter,because of its size you can use it as a reference point when walking around.
This ornate clock tower, a memorial Prince Albert, is situated in Queens Square in Belfast. It stands 43 metres high. It is more renown for the fact it tilts, Belfast leaning tower, work was completed in 2002 to shore up and halt the tilt. We...More