Clock Towers in Jamaica

Clock towers are landmarks in a number of towns across the island. Some were built from public subscription; others were donated or erected as memorials.

Half Way Tree Clock Tower - History:  “Uptown” meets “downtown” in the constantly entertaining and lively road junction that is Half-Way-Tree. The capital of the parish of St. Andrew, Half-Way-Tree is the unofficial marker of the divide between the urban, inner-city commercial areas of downtown Kingston,
May Pen Clock Tower - May Pen Clock Tower Parish: Clarendon The May Pen Clock Tower is made of stone. It is approximately twenty-four (24) feet in height, eight (8) feet in width, and eight (8) feet in length. The exact date of its erection
Lucea Clock Tower - That was the question the residents of Hanover had to answer when they received this clock instead of the one they ordered. The mistake wasn’t theirs of course. It seems that the captain of the ship that was taking the
The Clock Tower – Main Street - The clock tower in situated in the middle of Ocho Rios, providing a convenient landmark and meeting place. To the west of the clock tower is Main Street, the “main drag” of Ocho Rios, which is lined with gift shops