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IoE Number: 199616
Location: TOWER AND REMAINS OF CHURCH OF ALL HALLOWS STAINING, MARK LANE EC3 (west side)
  CITY OF LONDON, CITY OF LONDON, GREATER LONDON
Photographer: Mr Alan Simpson LRPS
Date Photographed: 05 May 2002
Date listed: 04 January 1950
Date of last amendment: 01 February 1994
Grade I

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In the entry for: MARK LANE, EC3 1. 5002 (west side) Tower, formerly to Church of All Hallows Staining (formerly listed as remains of Church of All Hallows Staining) TQ 3380 NW 17/478 4.1.50 I the address shall be amended to read "Tower and remains of Church of All Hallows Staining" and the description shall be amended to read as follows: C12 or C13 onwards. Lowest stage of tower of coursed ragstone rubble with some knapped flint, probably C12 or C13. Two-light cinquefoil window in west wall, pointed arches in south and east walls of tower. The second stage of the tower, fragmentary remains of a diagonal buttress and south and west walls of the south aisle or nave are probably C14. Octagonal stair turret at north-west corner of tower, with four-centre head doorways to four internal stages, is probably C15. Second stage cinquefoil windows, restored externally but retaining C16 brickwork internally. Parts of the third stage brickwork date from C18. Upper third and fourth stage restored following demolition of the body of the church in 1870. ------------------------------------ 1. 5002 MARK LANE EC3 (West Side) Tower formerly to Church of All Hallows Staining (Formerly listed as remains of Church of All Hallows Staining) TQ 3380 NW 17/478 4.1.50. I 2. C15. Small structure of rubble, much restored, with octagonal stair-turret to north west and blocked arches to east and south. Pointed, 2-light west window, upper openings square-headed. Battlements renewed. Body of church demolished in 1870.

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