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Latitude: 53.8916 / 53°53'29"N
Longitude: -1.3534 / 1°21'12"W
OS Eastings: 442595
OS Northings: 444126
OS Grid: SE425441
Mapcode National: GBR LRZF.SQ
Mapcode Global: WHDB7.5GT0
Entry Name: Church of St Luke
Listing Date: 8 February 1988
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1116427
English Heritage Legacy ID: 342013
Location: Clifford, Leeds, LS23
Civil Parish: Clifford
Built-Up Area: Clifford
Traditional County: Yorkshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): West Yorkshire
Church of England Parish: Clifford St Luke
Church of England Diocese: York
SE 4244-4344 CLIFFORD BRAMHAM ROAD
LS23 (west side)
7/92 Church of St. Luke
Church. 1841-2 by Atkinson (Pevsner p.164). Ashlar magnesian limestone,
graduated slate roof. Cruciform plan with west tower; in Gothic Revival
style with lancet windows. Tower: 2 stages; tall lower stage has chamfered
plinth with west doorway under shouldered lintel; clasping buttresses with
moulded offsets, hollow arrises and offset tops; tall double-chamfered west
window beneath shorter lancet with hoodmould. Cusped circular windows and
string course beneath belfry stage having shafted arrises; continuous
hoodmould to 2-light, louvred belfry openings with shafts and spandrel
trefoils. Blind quatrefoils below corbel table to plain parapet with corner
dies. Nave (south side): chamfered plinth, clasping west buttress on left of
2 double-chamfered windows; chamfered eaves band; shaped kneeler (on left),
ashlar gable copings. North doorway with hoodmould to west of single lancet.
Transepts have matching gables each with 2 windows under hoodmoulds with
carved stops flanked by buttresses having offsets and gablets; hooded
circular window beneath vesica; shaped kneelers and copings. Chancel:
moulded sill to east window of 3, stepped lights with shafts and hoodmould
with nailhead ornament; sill to gable trefoil; shaped kneelers and gable
copings with apex cross. Flat-roofed vestries in angles with transepts and
chancel have side doorways and 2-light east windows under shouldered heads.
Interior: quadripartite vault at crossing on corbelled, arch-braced trusses.
Octagonal stone font. Eamonson Charity board (1852) under tower.
N. Pevsner,B.O.E., 1967 ed.
Listing NGR: SE4259544126
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