© Mr Walter Chinn
PARISH CHURCH OF ST AUGUSTINE, ST AUGUSTIN'S ROAD
BIRMINGHAM, BIRMINGHAM, WEST MIDLANDS
Mr Walter Chinn
27 July 2006
21 January 1970
Date of last amendment:
08 July 1982
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5104 Ladywood B16
Parish Church of St Augustine
(formerly listed as
Church of St Augustine under
St Augustine's Road,
SP 08 NW 6/32
1868, by J A Chatwin. Rook-faced sandstone with limestone banding; tile roof.
Aisled and clerestoreyed nave, transepts, altered lean-to porch. Tower and
spire of 1876. Tall 2-light windows, crocketted pinnacles. A corona marks
the transition between tower and slender spire. Clerestorey of spherical triangles
with alternating tracery in cinque - and sex-foils. Aisles buttressed and
with 3-light windows with cinquefoils in the tracery. North-east vestry with
tall pavilion-type roof. Chancel with polygonal east end and buttresses with
2 set-offs and gables. Two-light window with varying tracery. The interior
of ashlar and with much rich carving.