Replacing a 17th century building, this is a typical Arthur Blomfield church of 1872, with the tower added later
A landmark on Blackheath as it is surrounded on all sides by the heath with no separation at all. It was designed by Benjamin Ferrey and built 1857-1867. The porch and vestries were added in 1890 and 1899 by A.W. Blomfield.
Lewisham’s historic parish church, now at the southern, Ladywell end of the town centre. The tower is late 15th/early 16th century but the tower top and church are by George Gibson Junior and date from 1774-1777. The chancel was rebuilt by Arthur Blomfield in 1881-1882.
A hilltop church by Frederick Marrable and dating from 1870. The tower was completed by Arthur Blomfield in 1890.
Raised to Cathedral status in 1905. It was an Augustinian Priory that was rebuilt in the 13th century, although a small amount of Norman work remains. In the 1818-23 George Gwilt junior restored the chancel and tower and the retrochoir in 1833 with Robert Wallace restoring the transepts in 1830. The easternmost part of the building was lost to road widening on the approach to London Bridge in 1830. The nave of 1890-97 by Arthur Blomfield replaced a building of 1839 that itself had replaced the ruinous medieval nave.
Just behind the Shepherds Bush shopping centre, a church of 1879-86 by Arthur Blomfield. The west end at ground floor level has been divided off to create a hall.
South of the green on a street corner, this is an early Arthur Blomfield church of 1870-71