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All Saints, Church Street, West Ham

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A large church, largely of the 16th century, but some blocked windows over the north aisle arcade shows evidence of an earlier building. A covered walkway links the south door to the street, this was rebuilt in the 19th century. When I visited in 2013 it was derelict but has been restored as part of the project to add vestries, offices, etc to the western end of the south aisle. The church was restored in 1847-1849 by George Dyson and George Gilbert Scott and later in 1892-1894 by C.C. Winmill. There are many monuments, unfortunately, the large ones are part hidden by stored items.


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