The view from inside St Magnus Cathedral’s clock face

The inside of St Magnus Cathedral is just as fascinating as the outside, especially if you book yourself on one of the wonderful tours of the upstairs rooms. I’m curious about this clock as, despite being a wonderful piece of engineering, I somehow doubt that it is a 12th Century Viking original.

St Magnus Cathedral clock - photograph (c) David Bailey (not the)

Also, the clock looks tiny on the outside of the Cathedral. Inside, it’s huge.

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