The Chelsea Clocktower in downtown Chelsea, MI is a magnificent site to behold. It was built in 1906, stands 135 feet and has seven-foot-wide clock faces on four sides of the octagonal brick tower. It once served as a business office and showroom for the Glazier Stove Works and contained a water tank that held over 30,000 gallons of water for the building's fire sprinklers. Today it serves as a beautiful reminder of how classic architecture literally and figuratively stands the test of time.
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