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St Martin, High Street, Ruislip

The medieval parish church of Ruislip in the town centre. At its heart is a 13th century building, with a 15th century tower and a south aisle, chapel and chancel rebuilt or added in the 15th century. Ewan Christian restored the chancel in 1869 and Gilbert Scott the nave in 1886. There is much 19th century glass, medieval wall paintings and big collection of hatchments.

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St John the Baptist, Robin Hood Lane, Kingston Vale

In a wooded churchyard just off Kingston Vale, at the northern tip of London Borough of Kingston. The church is by Ewan Christian and dates from 1861, with the north aisle added in 1874.

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Holy Trinity, Lamorbey

Near Sidcup station. It was designed by Ewan Christian and built 1879, restored in 1949 after war damage.

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St Olave, Hart Street, City of London

A small church of the 13th and 15th century. Restored at various times by G.G. Scott (1863), A Blomfield (1871) and Ewan Christian (1891-92). Following war damage it was restored 1951-54 by E.B. Glanfield.

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St Andrew Undershaft, Leadenhall Street, City of London

A medieval church that has undergone many restorations, the last being 1875-76 by Ewan Christian and A. Blomfield , 1883 (tower top) by T. Chatfield Clarke and 1992 after IRA bombing blew out much glass. In 2012 it was reordered with new flooring and westward rooms as it is now used as a meeting venue by the St Helen’s Bishopsgate organisation.

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St Olave, Woodberry Down, Manor House

Opposite the newly reconstructed Woodberry Down estate, it dates from 1893 and is by Ewan Christian. All the glass is by Powell & Co.

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Holy Trinity, Beechwood Road, Dalston

A large bulk of a church south of the town centre.The scene of the annual clowns church service. It is by Ewan Christian and dates from 1878-79. Much more individual than most of his designs.

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All Hallows, Devons Road, Bow

A church of 1873-74 by Ewan Christian, badly damaged in WW2 and rebuilt 1954-55 by A.P. Robinson of Caroe and Partners

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St Thomas the Apostle, St Thomas’s Road, Finsbury Park

1888-89 by Ewan Christian to serve the expanding suburbs and provide a higher church alternative to many other Islington churches. The current church hall was a Mission Church that was moved backwards after the church was built (last two images). There were more ancillary buildings around the east end but several have now gone. Church website  


St Mary, Eversholt Street

An early and very fanciful gothic revival church just up the road from Euston Station. Designed by W. & H.W. Inwood in 1822-1826. An enlarged chancel was added by Ewan Christian in 1888.

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