The Clock Tower in the centre of Epsom was built in 1847. It replaced an earlier watch tower - called the 'Watch House'. The watch house contained a fire engine and and temporary jail where prisoners were held overnight before being sent to trail.
A plaque on the tower has the following text:
'In memory of those who died in the service of their country'
'(Erected by Councillor Nigel Petrie MBE, Mayor 2000)'
Epsom is famous for it's horse racecourse: 'Epsom Downs Racecourse' which is the home of the Epsom Derby - 'one of the most iconic events in the British sporting and social calendar' (quoted from their website).
Epsom Clock Tower Reference: http://www.epsomandewellhistoryexplorer.org.uk/EpsomClockTower.html (old photos, information etc)
Location: in the borough of Epsom and Ewell, London, England (within the Greater London Urban Area).