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"Second Most Photographed Clock"

The stunning Eastgate Clock has the prized distinction of being one of the most photographed clock in England, second only to the mighty Big Ben. Dating back to May 1899, Eastgate and Eastgate Clock was opened to honor the Queen on her 80th birthday. Credited to John Douglas, the clock in the heart of Chester has become an institution in itself. Although people initially considered it to be overly decorative and a misfit in its blighted surroundings, over time it has become one of the most beloved landmarks of Chester.
Eastgate Street, Chester, United Kingdom, CH1 1HD
"Second Most Photographed Clock"
The stunning Eastgate Clock has the prized distinction of being one of the most photographed clock in England, second only to the mighty Big Ben. Dating back to May 1899, Eastgate and Eastgate Clock was opened to honor the Queen on her 80th birthday. Credited to John Douglas, the clock in the heart of Chester has become an institution in itself. Although people initially considered it to be overly decorative and a misfit in its blighted surroundings, over time it has become one of the most beloved landmarks of Chester.
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