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Christ Church, Village Street, Appleton-le-Moors, North Yorkshire

RIBA162053
Pearson, John Loughborough (1817-1897)

Cambridge City Branch Library (former), Mill Road, Cambridge: detail of capital

RIBA162322
Waters, Frank
NOTES: The library closed in 1996, it is now a community centre.

Church of St Mary, Over, Cambridgeshire: detail of nave pier

RIBA162513
NOTES: Church dates from mainly from 14th century. it was restored 1840-1864 and in 1881.

St Dunstan's Orthodox Church (formerly St Osmund), Bournemouth Road, Parkstone, Poole: detail of capital with carved foliage

RIBA162572
Prior, Edward Schroeder (1852-1932)
NOTES: Prior's last work, designed in partnership with Arthur Grove. The chancel is earlier, 1904-1905 by local architect G. A. Bligh Livesay.

Holy Trinity, Church Lane, Great Paxton, Cambridgeshire: detail of nave pier with bulbous capitals

RIBA162626
NOTES: Church originally circa 1040; a cruciform plan with a tower over the crossing. The chancel was rebuilt in the late 13th century. West tower added in the 14th century and the south porch is also 14th century. The north and south aisles were rebuilt in the 15th century. The nave and crossing are considered important examples of late Saxon work (ie mid-11th century).

Holy Trinity, Church Lane, Great Paxton, Cambridgeshire: detail of nave pier with bulbous capitals

RIBA162627
NOTES: Church originally circa 1040; a cruciform plan with a tower over the crossing. The chancel was rebuilt in the late 13th century. West tower added in the 14th century and the south porch is also 14th century. The north and south aisles were rebuilt in the 15th century. The nave and crossing are considered important examples of late Saxon work (ie mid-11th century).

Holy Trinity, Church Lane, Great Paxton, Cambridgeshire: detail of nave pier with bulbous capitals

RIBA162629
NOTES: Church originally circa 1040; a cruciform plan with a tower over the crossing. The chancel was rebuilt in the late 13th century. West tower added in the 14th century and the south porch is also 14th century. The north and south aisles were rebuilt in the 15th century. The nave and crossing are considered important examples of late Saxon work (ie mid-11th century).

Holy Trinity, Church Lane, Great Paxton, Cambridgeshire: detail of nave piers with bulbous capitals

RIBA162633
NOTES: Church originally circa 1040; a cruciform plan with a tower over the crossing. The chancel was rebuilt in the late 13th century. West tower added in the 14th century and the south porch is also 14th century. The north and south aisles were rebuilt in the 15th century. The nave and crossing are considered important examples of late Saxon work (ie mid-11th century).
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