Gotham St Lawrence


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Historical Pictures:

Architectural section of the church relating to the 1835 restoration Lithograph drawing by S J Walker, an architectural student of the royal Academy presented to the rector, J J Vaughan, showing the interior of the church after restoration circa 1835.
A water colour by W H Baxter, painted in 1885, showing the church from the cemetery A painting by Alice Elizabeth Wodehouse wife of the rector Frederick A Wodehouse of the east part of the nave depicting the organ and chancel circa 1900
Postcard reprinted from one of Albert Hindley’s “Clumber” series of Edwardian postcards
held in the Local Studies Library, Angel Row, Nottingham

Modern Photographs:

See other pages for further photographs, especially the one on Monuments.

View of the church from the south-east View of the east end North-west view of the church, as seen from the road View from the north-east
The interior of the church looking east The interior looking west One of the pillar capitals Carved face on the chancel arch
The east window The clock mechanism One of the bells The organ
The pulpit and nearby items Memorial to John St Andrew The font Originally erected at the entrance to the new cemetery

The first three of the photographs in the above collection were taken by John Severn on 25th April 1991.