tower once formed part of the St. James Church, which was constructed in
AD 1806, shortly after the establishment of the cantonment at
Karnal. In 1841, when the cantonment was shifted
to Ambala, the church was dismantled. But this
tower of the church built out of public subscription was left standing.
The tower having four storeys displays the use of Etruscan plaster on the first storey. The top storey is provided with semi-circular Roman arches. The entire surface is plastered with lime and shows fine panelling work.
How To Get There
Air: The nearby airports are at Chandigarh and Delhi .
Rail: The nearby railway junction is at Karnal.
Road: the nearest bus stand is at Karnal.