Like many older buildings, the main clock tower building at Otago University, Dunedin, was built in several sections, but the main part was complete in 1879. The grey rock is mainly Leith trachyandesite, and the white facings are Ōamaru stone. The roof is covered with Welsh slate.
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Photograph by Bruce Hayward
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