5. Royal Borough of Kingston-upon-Thames

Church clocks of Southwark Diocese

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Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames

Church nameGrid squarePhotoClose-up
Kingston upon Thames, All SaintsTQ1769TQ1769 : All Saints, Kingston: east end by Stephen CravenTQ1769 : All Saints, Kingston: clock faces by Stephen Craven
Kingston upon Thames, St Luke. Clock by William Potts of Leeds, cast iron frame on timber supports now converted to electric mechanism. Clock faces in internally illuminated white glass.TQ1870TQ1869 : St Luke's church, Kingston-upon-Thames: south end by Stephen CravenTQ1869 : St Luke's church, Kingston-upon-Thames: clock faces by Stephen Craven
Malden, St John the Baptist. Manually wound clock by Gillett & Johnston in a wooden case in the tower.TQ2166TQ2166 : St John's, Old Malden by Stephen Craven
Norbiton, St Peter. Clock by Thwaites and Reed (1866).TQ1869TQ1869 : St Peter's parish church, Norbiton by Stephen Craven
Surbiton, St Andrew. A flatbed turret clock, electrically operated, with 3 faces to the west, north and east, approximately 1m in diameter, illuminated from behind. This clock was made by Caydon & Sons of Kingston on Thames in 1892. It has two trains, both fitted with electric winding motors and night strike silencing in the early 1970s. More detailed information on the parish website LinkExternal linkTQ1767TQ1767 : St Andrew, Maple Road, Surbiton by John Salmon
Surbiton, St Mark (in the same parish as St Andrew). A flatbed turret clock by Thomas Cooke & Sons of York in 1860 with a single face to the south. After the church was rebuilt after war damage, the clock was reconstructed by John Smith & Sons of Derby in 1972. Since then it has been maintained by the local authority as a public clock. It was converted to electrical operation in 2002. More detailed information on the parish website LinkExternal linkTQ1867TQ1867 : Spire of St Mark's church, Surbiton by Stephen Craven


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