Victoria Tower, Liverpool aerial photograph
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aerial photograph of Victoria Tower, Liverpool. Built in 1848 the clock tower was designed like much of the surrounding dock architecture by designed by Jesse Hartley. The tower is positioned between the two river entrances to Salisbury Dock . Known as the docker's clock, it allowed departing ships one last time check and also contained a storm warning bell. The tower is Grade II listed and part of the Stanley Dock Conservation Area and also Liverpool's UNESCO World Heritage Maritime Mercantile City.There are currently plans to restore it as part of proposed £5.5bn Liverpool Waters scheme.