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Description: Church of St John the Evangelist
Date Listed: 17 June 1954
English Heritage Building ID: 201797
OS Grid Reference: TQ2297578790
OS Grid Coordinates: 522975, 178790
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4947, -0.2299
TQ 2278 GLENTHORNE ROAD W6
17.6.54 Church of St John the
Church. 1857-9. William Butterfield, with south chapel of 1898 by
J F Bentley. Yellow brick with bands and patterns of red brick. Some stone.
Tiled slate roof. Lofty town church with aisled nave of 4½ bays, lower
chancel and south west tower with saddleback roof and entrance under. N annex
early English/Geometrical style. Fine interior. Multicoloured brickwork above
pointed arcades. Circular piers. Fine cusped roof. Reredos of coloured marble.
tiles and mastic inlay,fine stone font, timber pulpit, and candelabra etc by
Butterfield. Butterfield ironwork to doors. Stained glass to aisle windows
by Alexander Gibbs, 1863-73,with Kempe glass to south east chapel. Altar rails
to south east chapel by Bently and also organ case, litany desk, cross,
Listing NGR: TQ2297578790
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Source: English Heritage
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