For this church:
Brough St Stephen
Features and Fittings
19th century wrought iron screen with paired gates and decorative cross above (approx. 13ft across and 11ft high); leading to former vestry there is a wrought iron gate.
In the south east corner of the Chancel is a triple pointed arched sedilia.
Also in the south east corner is a pointed arched piscine.
In the middle of the west end of the Nave stood an octagonal stone font on a square base with elaborate crocketed timber cover.
To the left and right just ahead of the font were two sets of four re-sited choir stalls (origin unknown).
There were no pews, the chapel was filled with around 80-100 plain wooden chairs with book rests.
The chapel was lit by five elaborate wrought iron chandeliers (four in the Nave and one in the chancel).
To the left and right of the chancel arch were two small wooden hymn boards.