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All Hallows Church (Hyde Park) (10 comments)
Black & White image1964 View of all Hallows Church, situated on Regent Terrace.
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All Hallows Church (Bardsey)
Colour image23rd March 2008. Image shows All Hallows Church located in Church Lane, a Grade 1 listed building. The west tower, seen here has important examples of Anglo Saxon building work, some of the oldest to be found in Yorkshire. The tower is rectangular in shape and slender. The two-light perpendicular window was inserted in the 15th century but above, the line of an ancient gable, the roof of a late 9th/early 10th century porch is clearly seen. Flanking the tower are 2 Norman Aisles, and the original Norman rooflines of these aisles are visible in the masonry. The north arcade, left, dates from c1100-1125 and the south arcade, right, was built between 1175 and 1200. The upper part of the tower is late 10th century and the embattled parapet was added in the early 20th century.
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All Hallows Church (Bardsey)
Colour image23rd March 2008. View of All Hallows Church in the snow on Easter Sunday morning. The church dates from the Anglo-Saxon period and is Grade I listed. All Hallows Church is located in Church Lane.
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All Hallows Church (Bardsey)
Colour image23rd March, 2008. This image, taken on Easter Sunday, captures All Hallows Church in the snow. The church has a rectangular tower dating from Anglo-Saxon times and has been altered and added to over the centuries.
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All Hallows Church form the north-east side (Bardsey)
Colour image23rd March 2008. Image shows All Hallows Church from the north-east side. The church, in Church Lane, is steeped in history, with part of the west tower dating back to Anglo-Saxon times. The chancel to the left was enlarged considerably in the first quarter of the fourteenth century. The small door, bottom centre opened into a small vestry of which only the foundations and west wall remain. The vestry was likely to have been built c1375-1400 (Kirk). Beyond the west wall of the vestry is the north chapel which is believed to date from 1521 (Kirk). The adjacent north aisle was widened around 1375-1400. All Hallows Church is Grade 1 listed.
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