Newark St Mary Magdalene


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Historical Pictures:

Nineteenth century drawing of the west front of the church

Drawing of the interior of the church following the great restoration of the 1850s
(Courtesy of Newark Town Hall Museum)

The north choir aisle before the establishment of the St George’s Chapel

North side of the church (postcard of 1916)

The west front from Kirkgate (postcard of 1916)  

Modern Photographs:

This is only a selection of the photographs. For more see other pages, particularly those on Glass, Fittings and Monuments

View of the church from the South-east The church from the east, showing the War Memorial The north side of the church, with part of the churchyard The spire, seen from the Market Square
The south porch (and usual main entrance) The north porch The interior of the church looking east The nave looking west from next to the screen
The nave seen from the top of the screen The chancel seen from the top of the screen The roof, looking east The mediaeval window
One of the 17th century effigies in the chancel Memorial to Anne Taylor by Roubiliac One of the carved misericords in the chancel The Markham chantry chapel
Row of 15th century sedilia in the Lady Chapel The font The organ Looking up at the south clock face