st.paul, deptford, london

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  • st.luke's church, charlton, london

    tomb of joseph kirke, 1745, and family

  • st.luke's church, charlton, london

    remains of tomb of sir thomas hislop, 1764-1843, with details of his exciting career

  • st.alfege, greenwich, london

    hawksmoor's church dates from 1711-14. this is one of the florid urns at the roof's corners.


  • st.alfege, greenwich, london

    hawksmoor's church dates from 1711-14. these are the roman altars outside the east end

  • st.alfege, greenwich, london

    hawksmoor's church dates from 1711-14: the mediaeval tower was only recased later, and the steeple finished by john james in 1731

  • st.alfege, greenwich, london

    hawksmoor's church dates from 1711-14, although the church was burnt out in the war,the trompe l'oeil east end by thornhill survives though restored, the rest of the interior has been renewed on the original lines


  • st.alfege greenwich, london

    bollard on tower which seems to mark the extent of hawksmoor's influence on the steeple, finished by james

  • st.alfege, greenwich, london

    a late c20 chandelier hangs from the rebuilt ceiling of the church

  • st.alfege, greenwich, london

    hawksmoor's church dates from 1711-14. this is inside the eastern portico


  • st.alfege, greenwich, london

    hawksmoor's church dates from 1711-14. this is the east front

  • st.alfege, greenwich, london

    hawksmoor's church dates from 1711-14, although the church was burnt out in the war,the trompe l'oeil east end by thornhill survives though restored, the rest of the interior has been renewed on the original lines

  • st.alfege, greenwich, london

    hawksmoor's church dates from 1711-14, the recased base of the tower seen on the right here seems to be by hawksmoor, whilst the upper steeple of 1730 is by james


  • st.paul, deptford, london

    1712-30, built by thomas archer, a baroque gem in the most insalubrious surroundings, the doors fortified against vandals who are methodically smashing the few remaining chest tombs in the churchyard.

  • st.paul, deptford, london

    1712-30, built by thomas archer, a baroque gem in the most insalubrious surroundings, the doors fortified against vandals who are methodically smashing the few remaining chest tombs in the churchyard.

  • st.paul, deptford, london

    1712-30, built by thomas archer, a baroque gem in the most insalubrious surroundings, the doors fortified against vandals who are methodically smashing the few remaining chest tombs in the churchyard.


  • st.paul, deptford, london

    1712-30, built by thomas archer, a baroque gem in the most insalubrious surroundings, the doors fortified against vandals who are methodically smashing the few remaining chest tombs in the churchyard.

  • st.paul, deptford, london

    1712-30, built by thomas archer, a baroque gem in the most insalubrious surroundings, the doors fortified against vandals who are methodically smashing the few remaining chest tombs in the churchyard.

  • st.paul, deptford, london

    1712-30, built by thomas archer, a baroque gem in the most insalubrious surroundings, the doors fortified against vandals who are methodically smashing the few remaining chest tombs in the churchyard.


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