There's much to interest the curious visitor in Swanage. Keen eyed tourists may spot some relics brought down to the town from London.
The Wellington Clock Tower, seen to the right in the photo, once stood on the southern end of London Bridge. It was moved to the seaside in 1867.
It isn't the only refugee from the city. Traffic bollards also found their way to Swanage, along with the stunning facade of the Town Hall. It was originally the frontage to the Mercers' Hall and designed by a pupil of Wren.
Swanage is a curious place, in more ways than one!