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St Martin, Gospel Oak

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A classic eccentric low church design by E.B. Lamb dating from 1864-65. It features one of his marvellously complex wooden roof constructions over a very wide crossing.The tower pinnacles were restored in 2014, I have left one older exterior picture for comparison.

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1 Comment

  1. James Robin says:

    Fantastic photo’s Andrew, keep up the good work.

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