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Church of St Andrew, Newham

Description: Church of St Andrew

Grade: II
Date Listed: 25 October 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 204965

OS Grid Reference: TQ4077882565
OS Grid Coordinates: 540778, 182565
Latitude/Longitude: 51.5245, 0.0279

Location: St Andrew's Road, East Ham, Greater London E6 1PW

Locality: Newham
County: Greater London
Country: England
Postcode: E6 1PW

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Listing Text


- Church of St Andrew


Offices, formerly church 1868-70 James Brooks. Boldly massed. Early English Gothic.
Squared coursed Kentish ragstone with asphalt dressings. Red tiled roofs. Lofty
clerestoreyed nave of four and a half bays. Lean-to north and south aisles projec-
ting south porch with original wrought iron gates. Unfinished central tower over
crossing. Cabled transept to south. North chapel heavily pinnacled with flying
buttresses. Short full-height eastern apse. Lancet windows to clerestory. West
end buttressed with central gabled double entrance door. Statue of St Andrew to
central pillar between doors. Interior ragstone-faced. Pointed arcades with
circular columns and foliated capitals. Stilted arcading to clerestory with windows
in alternative arches. Interior now sub-divided for offices with floor inserted
above arcade. Roof to apse visible upstairs, but roof otherwise encased.

Listing NGR: TQ4077882565

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Source: English Heritage

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