Nuthall St Patrick


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Historical Photographs:

The church in about 1867
Note: No west window, and flat roof on porch
The church in about 1885 The interior of the church in 1885

Modern Photographs:

View of the church from the south-east View from the west View of the east end The south porch (and main entrance)
The interior looking east The interior looking west The east end of the church, showing the altar and reredos The War Memorial plaque
The double piscina in the chancel The effigy in the north aisle The organ The east window
Two 17th century gravestones in the churchyard Mass-dial on the exterior south wall Carving (flying ox representing St Luke ?) on the south-east corner Carving on north-east corner (eagle for St John ?)


Drawing of the south
face of the church