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British Industrial History

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Clock Tower, Exeter

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Queen's Street, Exeter

1897 Erected on behalf of Louisa A. Miles in memory of her husband William Miles. The architect was Thomas A. Andrews and constructed by J. Easton and Son with bronze lamps (since removed) by J. W. Singer and Sons.

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