Waterfall Church: sepia wash drawing

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Date:1847

Description:'South East View of Waterfall Church, Staffordshire.' St James and St Bartolemew's Church showing the [?14th century] chancel with a window of three lights, the 1792 nave and west tower topped with pinnacles. The chancel was rebuilt in 1890 using the old masonry. The church stands in a church-yard with a distant view of hills beyond, and the graveyard in the foreground.

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Donor ref:SV-XI.143 (45/9956)

Source: William Salt Library

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