© Mr Alan Simpson LRPS
CHURCH OF ST DUNSTAN IN THE EAST, ST DUNSTAN'S HILL EC3
CITY OF LONDON, CITY OF LONDON, GREATER LONDON
Mr Alan Simpson LRPS
05 May 2002
04 January 1950
Date of last amendment:
10 November 1977
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IDOL LANE EC3
St Dunstan in the East (Ruin)
(Formerly listed as Tower
and Ruins of Church of
St Dunstan in the East)
TQ 3380 NW 17/471 4.1.50.
Tower, 1698, by Wren. Large, Portland stone structure in gothic style. 3 main
stages, Diagonal buttresses rising to octagonal turrets with large finials. Smaller
finials between. Stone spire supported on open diagonal arches. Enriched doorways
to west and south. North side now obscured by low building. East side rendered
where formerly within church. Fine gates and railings to both doorways.
Body of church, 1817-18, by David Laing. Destroyed except for walls in World War
II. Gothic style with buttresses, traceried windows pinnacles etc. Yellow brick
faced externally in Portland stone. North-east vestry. East wall reduced to sill
level in centre.