mediaeval church architecture
Brentor Church, West Devon (Explored)
https://flic.kr/p/TRgc6a | Brentor Church, West Devon (Explored) | Brentor church, on the western edge of Dartmoor National Park, is on a dominant granite plug rising to 1,100 feet. The Church of St Michael de la Rupe dates from 1130 and is the highest parish church in England. It is also the fourth smallest. The tor is the site of a former manganese mine. The ore was exported via Morwellham Quay on the River Tamar. The soil is so thin at the top that the graveyard has had to be put at the base
Church of St Michael the Archangel, Framlingham
https://flic.kr/p/SLXPZt | Church of St Michael the Archangel, Framlingham | The Grade I-listed Church of Saint Michael in the beautiful market town of Framlingham, Suffolk, has been built, rebuilt and added to down the ages. A surviving feature, the capitals of the chancel arch, date from the twelfth century but the majority of the church was built in the Perpendicular style between 1350 and 1555. The roof is especially glorious with intricate fan tracery which conceal hammer beams. The roo...
St Peter's Church, Oundle, Northants
https://flic.kr/p/SRAsyW | St Peter's Church, Oundle, Northants | I personally believe that the beautifully kept interior of St Peter's Church at Oundle is one of the most attractive that I have seen, and the close support of Oundle School is apparent in the excellent facilities provided. However, neither British Listed Buildings nor Simon Jenkins (who has a very high regard for the beautiful spire) have much to say about the interior, which was beautifully restored in 1864 by Sir George Gil...