Church of St Mary, Snettisham, Norfolk: the west front with its large window displaying reticulated tracery
|Library Reference||Valinsky 20190629 Snettisham St Mary-17|
|Credit||David Valinsky / RIBA Collections|
|Subject||Decorative stonework ; Churches ; Windows ; Spires|
NOTES: The church is 14th century, with some late 19th century restoration. The spire was rebuilt in 1895 and at 175 feet is one of the tallest in the county. The original chancel was 40 feet long, but was demolished in the late 16th century. The window in the west front seen here is considered the best example of the Decorated style of Gothic architecture in Norfolk
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