The Clock in the Steeple – 
A New Square for Becky B

The Steeple Clock

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. I am retired and delighted to be so. May I live long and write frequently.

16 thoughts on “CLOCK IN THE STEEPLE: A SQUARE FOR BECKYB #4 – Marilyn Armstrong”

    1. Unfortunately, I think that church is going to fall down or be knocked down soon. No one has bought it and no one is taking care of it … and in all this rain, wood rots fast. It’s a beautiful little church — a classic. But I don’t see a future for it.

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        1. It is. I think the problem is that it is small AND unheated in a climate which makes it pretty inhospitable in the winter. I think it holds maybe 200 people maximum, but the lack of heat and insulation is huge in this climate. The amount of money they would have to invest in the building would be monumental.


  1. In most of the countries we have visited there were two basic conventions..a clock tower and a bell tower (to warn of fire or invasion). It’s a beautiful old clock.


        1. But they won’t. There’s no spare money in this town. So if someone doesn’t buy it, they will eventually take it down which will be a terrible shame, but that’s the way it is. Small towns don’t get the “big bucks” that real cities and suburbs get.

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