A vertical sundial , as the name implies, has its dial mounted vertically, usually on the wall of a building. in distinction to a horizontal dial which has its dial plate placed horizontally, either on the ground or on a pedestal.
  Geographical location Dial Type
52° 38'N 2°41'W
St. Peter's Church, Cound, Shropshire
Photo By
Phil Walker
British Grid Reference
SJ 558049
St. Peter's Church, Cound, Shropshire

This sundial is in the churchyard of the 13th century church of St. Peter.

This excellent dial is in fact quite modern, dedicated in David Christopher George,"faithful servant to Cound Church over over 30 years" who died in 1991.

The maker "F Wright fecit"


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