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Description: Footbridge, Lychgate and Attached Churchyard Wall to Church of St Mary
Date Listed: 14 December 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 329374
OS Grid Reference: SE9309669228
OS Grid Coordinates: 493096, 469228
Latitude/Longitude: 54.1105, -0.5775
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LUTTONS MAIN STREET
SE 96 NW
13/34 Footbridge, Lychgate and
attached churchyard wall
to Church of St Mary
Footbridge, lychgate and chuchyard wall. 1875. By G E Street for Sir
Tatton Sykes. Sandstone ashlar; wrought-iron gates. Footbridge: single
chamfered segmental arch; plain parapet with sloped coping and roll-moulded
ridge. Lychgate: gabled gateway with 2-centred moulded arch beneath rolled
hoodmould. Low-relief saltire crosses in square surrounds on each side of
arch and carved cypher in circular surround above. Roll-moulded gable
coping and crocket wheel cross. Returns: 3 gabled buttresses. Interior: 3
transverse moulded ribs. Wall: low wall with sloped buttresses, sloping and
Listing NGR: SE9309669228
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Source: English Heritage
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