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© Mrs Mary Winch LRPS

IoE Number: 199309
Photographer: Mrs Mary Winch LRPS
Date Photographed: 24 July 2001
Date listed: 04 January 1950
Date of last amendment: 04 January 1950
Grade II*

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BISHOPSGATE EC21.5002(West Side)Church of St BotolphTQ 3381 NW 5/57TQ 3381 SW 11/574.1.50.

BISHOPSGATE EC2 1.5002 (West Side) Church of St Botolph TQ 3381 NW 5/57 TQ 3381 SW 11/57 4.1.50. I 2. 1725-9, altered considerably. Aisled and galleried nave with tower over square cnancel, flanked by lobbies. East elevation (to Bishopsgate) of Portland stone with arched window framed by paired Doric pilasters supporting pediment. Corniced doors on either side connected to windows above. Circular openings over and cornice topped by balustrade. Tower rises in 3 stages with pilasters, clock etc and is topped by 4 urns arid a circular lantern, within a balustrade, capped with ogee dome and carved finial. Other elevations of red brick and Portland stone, altered in C19. Nave is lower than east end with 2 tiers of windows, segmentally arched below and round-arched above. Small cornice and parapet. C19 doorway to north and south, latter with enrichment. Centre of west end set forward with flanking consoles and-Venetian window. Corinthian colonnade on pedestals to interior, supporting architrave and panelled barrel vault with enrichment. Coved ceiling to aisles. Panelled front to gallery which is supported on pair of Ionic columns and piers at west end and has 2 vestries below. Arch to groin-vaulted chancel with enriched panels to intrados. Pulpit and organ case (divided into 2) apparently early C18.Circular lantern added to centre of nave.

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