Oxton St Peter and St Paul


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Historical Pictures:

View of the church from the south-west - date unknown

Drawing of the plans for the clerestory, 1841
(courtesy of Church Plans On-Line)

The interior of the church from before the 1898 restoration
The interior of the church in 1912
(courtesy of English Heritage. NMR)
The east end in 1951, supported with wooden buttresses
(courtesy of English Heritage. NMR)
The old bellframe in 1985, before its removal

Modern Photographs:

This is only a selection of photographs, for others see other pages, especially those on Fittings, Monuments and War Memorials.

View from the south-west View from the south-east, across the churchyard Looking towards the east end of the church The tower, from the south
The north door and porch The south face of the chancel, showing the priest’s door The north entrance to the churchyard The interior of the church looking east
The chancel, looking east Box pews in the south aisle The north aisle, looking east The east window
The old font The screen The clock mechanism The organ