Atkinson Clock Tower
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Atkinson Clock Tower information
The modest timepiece at the foot of Signal hill is one of the only structures to survive the Allied bombing of Jesselton in 1945. It's a square, 15.7m-high wooden structure that was completed in 1905 and named after the first district officer of the town, FG Atkinson, who died of malaria aged 28.