On Good Friday it was a lovely day so hence I set off to take some photos of our small city. Beginning with St Johns Church, is an Anglican church in Launceston, Tasmania and the oldest church in the city having started construction in 1824. Though the church is one of the oldest surviving churches in Australia, it has received numerous extensions and modifications with only the tower and first window pair of the nave being original. St John's Church is located on the corner of St John Street and Elizabeth Street and is one of five churches facing onto Prince's Square.
Behind the church up on the hill is St. Vincent's Hospital where I did my training.
The clock you see in the photo used to strike every hour, for me that was good.
Town clock is not too far away and that could be heard also, so town clock stuck first, then the Church clock. Handy when one had to be on duty at 6am in the morning.