Description: Lych Gate at St Pauls Church
Date Listed: 2 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 157591
OS Grid Reference: TL0431101567
OS Grid Coordinates: 504311, 201567
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7032, -0.4919
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CHIPPERFIELD THE COMMON
TL 0401 (North side)
12/64 Lych gate at
- St. Pauls Church
Lych gate. Circa 1863 in memory of Capt George Clayton. Oak on brick and
flint low walls with chamfered stone capping. Shingled roof with
decorative gable to front and rear and a central cross axial on ridge.
Large square post on each side propped from a long sleeper beam carries
a longer wallplate arch braced from the raking prop. Central
battlemented cambered tie-beam carries king-post with axial braces to
ridge beam and curved V-struts to middle rafter. Moulded bargeboards
have scrolled feet notched over moulded ends of wallplates, central
diagonal pendant and moulded member under verge. A pair of braced oak
gates with studded iron capping. Plaque on W wallplate. Included for
Listing NGR: TL0431001564
Source: English Heritage
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