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St Matthew, St Matthew’s Avenue, Surbiton

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A landmark on the approach from the South to Surbiton. It is a design by C.L. Luck from 1874-75. The aisles were partitioned off in 1976. The east windows are by Hugh Easton, the former baptistry by Louis Davis and the south transept by W. Carter Shapland.


2 Comments

  1. steppach2013 says:

    Where exactly is this church? Apparently it’s not this church http://www.southwark.anglican.org/parishes/270bm2

    • zoothorn says:

      I got my apostles mixed up! There is a correct entry for St Mark, this one is now corrected to St Matthew

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