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Newcastle-under-Lyme - 'St. George's' (New Church): sepia wash drawing

'North East View of the New Church at Newcastle under Lyme, Staffordshire,' finished in 1828. Showing a modern Gothic building of stucco, with many pinnacles. There is an east window of three lights, ...

Newcastle-under-Lyme - 'St. George's' (New Church): sepia wash drawing

'South West View of the New Church at Newcastle under Lyme, Staffordshire.' South west view showing the north and south aisles of six bays. Also showing the tower with pinnacles. Artist: J. Buckler....

Newcastle-under-Lyme - 'St. George's' (New Church): sepia wash drawing

'S. W. View of Newcastle New Church.' South west view showing the north and south aisles of six bays. Also showing the tower with pinnacles. Artist: 'T. P. W.,' [Thomas Peploe Wood.]

Newcastle-under-Lyme - 'St. Giles the Abbot' (Old Church): sepia drawing

'South West view of the old Church at Newcastle under Lyme, Staffordshire.' Showing a tower of six stages and an 18th century [1720] nave behind, in the 'Italian' style. Artist: J. Buckler.

Newcastle-under-Lyme - 'St. Giles the Abbot' (Old Church): sepia drawing

'View in Newcastle under Lyme, Staffordshire.' Showing the church viewed from the Market Place on the east side, with the circular apse and the tower behind. There is also a pillar lamp holder visible ...

Newcastle-under-Lyme - 'St. Giles the Abbot' (Old Church): sepia wash drawing

'North East View of the Old Church at Newcastle under Lyme, Staffordshire.' Showing the classical nave and the apsical at the east end, with the tower behind. Factory chimneys are visible in the distance ...

Newcastle-under-Lyme - 'St. Giles the Abbot' (Old Church): sepia wash drawing

'N. E. View of Newcastle Old Church.' Showing the classical nave and the apsical at the east end, with the tower behind.'T.P.W.,' [Thomas Peploe Wood.]

Newcastle-under-Lyme Churches

Watercolour by Alf Fallows depicting seven of the churches in Newcastle-under-Lyme. The names of the seven churches are written clearly on the grass in the foreground. On the back row from left to right ...

Newcastle-under-Lyme Town: sepia wash drawing

'South West View of Newcastle under Lyme, Staffordshire.' Showing a distant view of the town across fields. Two church towers are visible and there is water in the foreground. Artist: J. Buckler.

Newport Road and Castle Church, Stafford

Castle Church is dedicated to St. Mary and dates from the Norman period; it was connected to the Collegiate Church of St. Mary until 1547. The tower was rebuilt in the fifteenth century; to celebrate ...

Newport Road, Gnosall

A general view of the village looking north along Newport Road from the Railway Station. The tower of St. Lawrence's church is in the distance. Postcard published by F. Frith & Co. Ltd., Reigate.

Newport Road, Gnosall Heath

A view of Newport Road, Gnosall Heath, looking towards Gnosall. On the left is the Primitive Methodist Church built in 1901. Postcard published by W.H. Smith & Son, Stafford. Postmarked 8 September ...

Nicholson War Memorial, Leek

View of the War Memorial built in 1925 in remembrance of the local men who died fighting in World War I.

Norbury Church - Effigy [of Sir Edward Botiler]: sepia drawing

'Slight Sketch of mutilated Effigies in the Chancel of Norbury Church, Staffordshire.' Showing a knight between two ladies who wear head-dresses of c. 1395 and c. 1405. [He was probably Sir Edward Botiler, ...

Norbury Church - Monument to Ralph le Botiler: sepia wash drawing

'Monument on the North side of the Chancel of Norbury Church.' Showing monument in the interior of the church, on the north side of the chancel under a canopy. It shows a cross-legged effigy of Ralph ...

Norbury Church - Priests' stalls: sepia wash drawing

'Priests' stalls on the South side of the chancel of Norbury Church, Staffordshire.' Showing four priests' stalls.'J. B.,' [John Buckler.]

Norbury Church, Derbyshire

The parish church of St. Mary and St. Barlok, Norbury, Derbyshire. The chancel, which dates from 1295, is well known for its stained glass windows installed in 1306. The rest of the church dates from ...

Norbury Church: sepia wash drawing

'South West Viw of Norbury Church, Staffordshire,' showing the stone chancel, the nave and the brick tower. There is a house in the distance to the left, and the graveyard in the foreground to the left.'J. ...