© Mr Adam Watson
ALL SAINTS CHURCH, CLYDESDALE ROAD W11
KENSINGTON, KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA, GREATER LONDON
Mr Adam Watson
03 November 2002
29 July 1949
Date of last amendment:
29 July 2049
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TQ 2481 SE CLYDESDALE ROAD W11
29.7.49 All Saints Church
Church. 1852-61. William White. Stone with polychrome decoration. Nave with tall
clerestory, aisles, transepts and short chancel. Tall west tower of 5 stages, and
stump of spire. Geometrical Gothic style. Wide arcades. Clerestory windows of
4-lights grouped 1:2:1 within larger blind arch. Five-light chancel window. Sanctuary
paintings by Henry Holliday.
Survey of London Vol 37.