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Description: Church of St Thomas of Canterbury
Date Listed: 7 April 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 207181
OS Grid Reference: TQ2507674656
OS Grid Coordinates: 525076, 174656
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4571, -0.2011
WEST HILL SW1 3
Church of St Thomas of
TQ 2574 12/1
Opened 1895. Edward Goldie. Perpendicular style in red brick with stone
dressings and slate roofs.
Moulded basket-arch door surround with spirelets and crockets, framing paired
doors each side of a polygonal pier with figure of St Thomas. Round-arched
West window of 14th Century tracery. Cusped niches with figures of Virgin and
adoring angels in gable.
North-West tower with battlemented parapet and polygonal staircase buttress at
north-west angle. Recessed battlemented upper tower with chamfered angles.
Gabled porch framing moulded basket arch.
Three-bay aisle, tall 2-storey transept and 3-bay chancel.
Octagonal stone piers to barrel-vaulted nave.
Chancel arch of clustered piers. Chancel rib-vaulted with three 14th Century-type
Listing NGR: TQ2507674656
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Source: English Heritage
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