christ church, turnham green, london

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  • christ church, turnham green, london

    a rather grim looking church, built in 1841-3 by scott and moffatt

  • st.nicholas, chiswick, london

    vault in the unused porch on the south side of the church , built by j.l.pearson in 1882-4

  • hogarth's tomb, st.nicholas, chiswick, london

    william hogarth's tomb , 1764, with an epitaph by garrick


  • st.nicholas, chiswick, london

    burges designed window on side wall of chancel, made up in 1861 but not used until the 1882 rebuild

  • st.nicholas, chiswick, london

    burges designed window on side wall of chancel, made up in 1861 but not used until the 1882 rebuild

  • christ church, turnham green, london

    built in 1841-3 by scott and moffatt, proficient but dull: just not much fun.


  • st.nicholas, chiswick, london

    tomb of the loutherbourg family, designed by soane in 1812 for p.l. de loutherbourg, the painter, scenery designer and faith healer

  • christ church, turnham green, london

    built in 1841-3 by scott and moffatt, the only details are the headstops on the north aisle

  • st.nicholas, chiswick, london

    the tower dates from the early c15, the church was rebuilt by j.l.pearson in 1882-4. this view is from the extensive new cemetery


  • st.nicholas, chiswick, london

    early c15 tower, with a pearson west window of 1877

  • st.nicholas, chiswick, london

    c18 table tombs in the original churchyard, these to the south of the church

  • christ church, turnham green, london

    built in 1841-3 by scott and moffatt, most of the brick now looks black, with the exception of the admixture of random red brick in the spire


  • christ church, turnham green, london

    built in 1841-3 by scott and moffatt, with the chancel extended by brooks in 1887. sits like a model on the green, but the detail is pretty dull.

  • christ church, turnham green, london

    built in 1841-3 by scott and moffatt, the interior has been divided up to some extent. this view is through a glazed doorway in the transept, the church being locked. it's open each day around noon, but doesn't look that exciting, being dark without a cle…

  • st.nicholas, chiswick, london

    c19 gateway to the old cemetery in chiswick, extended to the west of the church in 1838 and again in 1871 on land donated by the duke of devonshire


  • st.nicholas, chiswick, london

    chest tomb of nicholas crisp who died in 1706, worn out and weary with life after living many years afflicted with asthma and the stone

  • st.nicholas, chiswick, london

    east end of the church. the geometrical side windows of the chancel date from burges' 1861 intended rebuild; they were not used until pearson renewed most of the church in 1882-4

  • christ church, turnham green, london

    north transept and steeple of the church built in 1841-3 by scott and moffatt


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