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Church of St Thomas the Martyr, Winchelsea: looking towards the stained glass window by Douglas Strachan

RIBA162877
Strachan, Douglas (1875-1950)
NOTES: This was or was planned as a cruciform church, but the nave was either never finished or was burned by the French in the 14th century. The chancel with aisles and the arches and ruins of the transepts remain. Except for the 15th century west porch, what remains though, is still largely 14th century. Apart from the north chancel and the south windows, all the stained glass is 1928-1933 by Douglas Strachan.

Church of St Thomas the Martyr, Winchelsea: stained glass windows by Douglas Strachan

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Strachan, Douglas (1875-1950)
NOTES: This was or was planned as a cruciform church, but the nave was either never finished or was burned by the French in the 14th century. The chancel with aisles and the arches and ruins of the transepts remain. Except for the 15th century west porch, what remains though, is still largely 14th century. Apart from the north chancel and the south windows, all the stained glass is 1928-1933 by Douglas Strachan.

Church of St Thomas the Martyr, Winchelsea: stained glass windows by Douglas Strachan

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Strachan, Douglas (1875-1950)
NOTES: This was or was planned as a cruciform church, but the nave was either never finished or was burned by the French in the 14th century. The chancel with aisles and the arches and ruins of the transepts remain. Except for the 15th century west porch, what remains though, is still largely 14th century. Apart from the north chancel and the south windows, all the stained glass is 1928-1933 by Douglas Strachan.

Church of St Thomas the Martyr, Winchelsea: stained glass window by Douglas Strachan

RIBA162880
Strachan, Douglas (1875-1950)
NOTES: This was or was planned as a cruciform church, but the nave was either never finished or was burned by the French in the 14th century. The chancel with aisles and the arches and ruins of the transepts remain. Except for the 15th century west porch, what remains though, is still largely 14th century. Apart from the north chancel and the south windows, all the stained glass is 1928-1933 by Douglas Strachan.

Church of St Thomas the Martyr, Winchelsea: stained glass window by Douglas Strachan

RIBA162881
Strachan, Douglas (1875-1950)
NOTES: This was or was planned as a cruciform church, but the nave was either never finished or was burned by the French in the 14th century. The chancel with aisles and the arches and ruins of the transepts remain. Except for the 15th century west porch, what remains though, is still largely 14th century. Apart from the north chancel and the south windows, all the stained glass is 1928-1933 by Douglas Strachan.

Church of St Thomas the Martyr, Winchelsea: detail of stained glass window by Douglas Strachan

RIBA162882
Strachan, Douglas (1875-1950)
NOTES: This was or was planned as a cruciform church, but the nave was either never finished or was burned by the French in the 14th century. The chancel with aisles and the arches and ruins of the transepts remain. Except for the 15th century west porch, what remains though, is still largely 14th century. Apart from the north chancel and the south windows, all the stained glass is 1928-1933 by Douglas Strachan.

Church of St Thomas the Martyr, Winchelsea: detail of stained glass window by Douglas Strachan

RIBA162883
Strachan, Douglas (1875-1950)
NOTES: This was or was planned as a cruciform church, but the nave was either never finished or was burned by the French in the 14th century. The chancel with aisles and the arches and ruins of the transepts remain. Except for the 15th century west porch, what remains though, is still largely 14th century. Apart from the north chancel and the south windows, all the stained glass is 1928-1933 by Douglas Strachan.

Church of St Thomas the Martyr, Winchelsea: detail of the stained glass window by Douglas Strachan

RIBA162884
Strachan, Douglas (1875-1950)
NOTES: This was or was planned as a cruciform church, but the nave was either never finished or was burned by the French in the 14th century. The chancel with aisles and the arches and ruins of the transepts remain. Except for the 15th century west porch, what remains though, is still largely 14th century. Apart from the north chancel and the south windows, all the stained glass is 1928-1933 by Douglas Strachan.

Church of St Thomas the Martyr, Winchelsea: detail of stained glass window by Douglas Strachan

RIBA162885
Strachan, Douglas (1875-1950)
NOTES: This was or was planned as a cruciform church, but the nave was either never finished or was burned by the French in the 14th century. The chancel with aisles and the arches and ruins of the transepts remain. Except for the 15th century west porch, what remains though, is still largely 14th century. Apart from the north chancel and the south windows, all the stained glass is 1928-1933 by Douglas Strachan.

Church of St Thomas the Martyr, Winchelsea

RIBA162886
NOTES: This was or was planned as a cruciform church, but the nave was either never finished or was burned by the French in the 14th century. The chancel with aisles and the arches and ruins of the transepts remain. Except for the 15th century west porch, what remains though, is still largely 14th century.

Church of St Thomas the Martyr, Winchelsea

RIBA162887
NOTES: This was or was planned as a cruciform church, but the nave was either never finished or was burned by the French in the 14th century. The chancel with aisles and the arches and ruins of the transepts remain. Except for the 15th century west porch, what remains though, is still largely 14th century.

Church of St Thomas the Martyr, Winchelsea: monuments to the Alard family

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NOTES: This was or was planned as a cruciform church, but the nave was either never finished or was burned by the French in the 14th century. The chancel with aisles and the arches and ruins of the transepts remain. Except for the 15th century west porch, what remains though, is still largely 14th century. The monuments date to c. 1310-1320.
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