A clock owned by a Cudworth cartoonist has been ticking for more than 62 years.
Artist Ronnie Neville has never had to repair or change any parts of the clock, which takes pride of place at his home on Darfield Road.
Ronnie was left the Smith Enfield seven day chimer in his father's will.
Ronnie, 60, said: "It was always my dad's pride and joy. He left strict instructions that I'm the only one allowed to wind it.
"It's never been repaired - all I have to do is adjust once a week for two minutes."
Ronnie doesn't know how much the clock cost as it was given to his dad as a wedding present.
More of Barnsley's oldest appliances in this week's Chronicle