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All Hallows, Savernake Road, Gospel Oak

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Possibly the best James Brooks church (though unfinished) dating from 1889-1901.The chancel was added 1913-15 by Giles Gilbert Scott, but the nave vault was never built, hence the cut off springer arches on each column.

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