Tuesday, 4 September 2012

North Fambridge, Essex

Holy Trinity is a tiny brick building which I took to be Victorian but which is actually C18th. Normally I'd write a church like this off but I really liked it, perhaps because it was open.

HOLY TRINITY. Close to the mud-flats of the estuary of the river Crouch. C18, brick, with arched windows, and a bell-turret. The W side altered with half timbering and pebble-dash in 1890.

East window (1)

East window (2)

East window (3)

Arthur either disregarded it or missed it.

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