St Nicholas' church, Lincoln :: Shared Description

Grade II listed.
Built by Sir G. G. Scott and W. B. Moffatt in 1839, and one of Scott's earliest churches. The chancel was added in 1908 by Fowler.
It is in the Early English style with a south-west tower and spire. There are two bells.
The nave has 5 bay arcades with octagonal piers. At the west end of the north aisle is the old reredos of stone arches.
The organ is a two manual by Cousans.
Several of the Stained glass windows are fairly modern using reclaimed Stained glass roundels, some from elsewhere.
A northern extension was recently built with meeting room etc.
by Julian P Guffogg
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SK9772 : West window, St Nicholas' church, Lincoln by Julian P Guffogg
SK9772 : Stained glass window, St Nicholas' church, Lincoln by Julian P Guffogg
SK9772 : Stained glass window detail, St Nicholas' church, Lincoln by Julian P Guffogg
SK9772 : St Nicholas' church, Lincoln by Julian P Guffogg
SK9772 : Interior, St Nicholas' church, Lincoln by Julian P Guffogg
SK9772 : Stained glass window, St Nicholas' church, Lincoln by Julian P Guffogg
SK9772 : East Window, St Nicholas' church, Lincoln by Julian P Guffogg
SK9772 : Stained glass window, St Nicholas' church, Lincoln by Julian P Guffogg
SK9772 : Stained glass window, St Nicholas' church, Lincoln by Julian P Guffogg
SK9772 : Stained glass window, St Nicholas' church, Lincoln by Julian P Guffogg


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