061228.Widcombe, St Matthew’s Pevsner Architectural Church Chat

December 28, 2006 at 5:47 AM | Posted in Architecture, Bath, Cathedrals and churches, doorways, Pevsner, somerset, Stained Glass, Tabernacles, Towers, Widcombe | 3 Comments

061216.044.Somset.Bath.Widcombe.CambrdigePlace.Manners n Gill's.StMatthews.1846-7

St. Matthew, Cambridge Place, Widcombe. 1846-7 by Manner & Gill. Dull, in the Dec[orative] style, with a [south] tower carrying a broach spire.” from Nikolaus Pevsner, The Buildings of England: North Somerset and Bristol, (Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin Books, 1958), 107

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  1. Hey, we posted the same topic today – church.
    Very nice blue sky you have there *envy mode on*

  2. Interest to see church where memorial to Lt. Gilbert Augustus Master is on the plaque of the Cawnpore, India dead in 1857. Please remember them.

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