Church Clock mechanism
The makers name is visible. The two winding drums are seen end-on. The calibrated brass dial showing the current time past the hour is towards the top left
Looking down on the winding drums towards the end of the 7-day period - very little cable left on the drums. The calibration on the brass disk showing minutes past the hour can be seen
In this birds-eye view notice the vanes towards the top left; these act as an air brake to regulate the speed when the chiming occurs. Notice also the shaft towards the top right - this connects to the clock face, which is some 4m away.
This gear wheel regulates the chiming
The Bell showing the makers inscription