The Medieval Churches of Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire

Talk to the Society by Aymeric Jenkins, 24 February 2015

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Photo:St Mary, Luton: nave, looking East. The central tower had collapsed in 1336: the rebuilding of arcades and the West arch of the crossing had started at the West end with the new tower.  Mainly Perpendicular, including the roof.

St Mary, Luton: nave, looking East. The central tower had collapsed in 1336: the rebuilding of arcades and the West arch of the crossing had started at the West end with the new tower. Mainly Perpendicular, including the roof.

A. Jenkins - scan from slide

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