English Church Architecture.
C.P. Canfield © 2023
PART 1 - a Detailed Description and Interpretation of 420 Church Buildings dating from the 7th to the 19th Centuries, and an Examination of some of the Connections between Them.
PART 2 - Aspects of the Victorian Church.
(i) Procuring the Victorian Stained Glass Window;
(ii) The Reception of the Victorian Church Monument;
(iv) Church Building Stones Compared Before and After the Advent of the Railways;
(v) Keeping Accounts: the Oversight of Victorian Church Building Costs.
PHOTOS FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: top row - East Harling (Norfolk); North Curry (Somerset); Grundisburgh (Suffolk); middle row - Clun (Shropshire); Leighton Bromswold (Cambridgeshire); Coggeshall (Essex); bottom row - Tattershall (Lincolnshire); Cirencester (Gloucestershire); Wentworth (Rotherham).
Contact details for readers wishing to pass on comments, corrections or criticisms: telephone Dr. C.P. Canfield on 01449-736964.
(Last additions and/or revisions made 16.07.23.)