Monday, 24 January 2011

St Luke's Old Street

I walked past St Luke's church in Old Street, London, this morning. It was an Anglican church built in 1773. In 1964 it suffered from subsidence and could no longer be used. It remained a ruin for 40 years until 2004, when it was converted to a concert hall for the London Symphony Orchestra (LSO).

St Luke's
London Symphony Orchestra concert hall

St Luke's
9:26am
There is only one clock in the clock tower.

2 comments:

Jørgen Carlsen said...

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RissiClocks said...

You would only expect one clock in the tower, though it might have more than one dial!