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This is a beautiful building in the town and occupies a dominant position at the bottom end of the town as you leave towards Cork City. The traffic calming measures don't specifically take you right past it nowadays so you have to stop off in...More
Looks really well since restored. The Clock House was build around 1855, by Sir Charles Denham Orlando Jephson-Norreys, an amateur architect, who is said to have designed this house after he had returned from an alpine holiday. The Clock was brought from the tower of...More
A landmark building at the bottom of the town. One of very few monumental buildings in Mallow. It has an interesting history which can be found online. The clock house is currently undergoing a restoration which was needed since a few decades. Good job this...More
I moved to mallow over 14 years ago, and since I have lived here the scaffolding has still covered the clock house, hopefully they should be finished work on it soon as I'm looking forward to visiting it
Could be a wonderful historic piece, until the clockwork were pulled out and trashed in the bin, to be replaced by a modern electronic clock. The building looks like it will fall right into the town square. There is scaffolding up now but no work...More
its a house with a clock in it. if you turn up there at any time night or day you will see the time you arrive on the clock.the clock is famous for the fact it has a big hand and a little hand,thus allowing...More