St Mary's church, Wimbledon :: Shared Description

The Anglican parish church of St Mary the Virgin, Wimbledon has medieval origins but was largely rebuilt in the mid-19th century by G G Scott in "late Gothic revival" style. There are many monuments inside the church and the tombs of several notable people in the churchyard. It is grade 2* listed (Listed Building Number 205146).
by Stephen Craven
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TQ2471 : St Mary's church, Wimbledon by Derek Harper
TQ2471 : St Mary's church, Wimbledon: pulpit by Stephen Craven
TQ2471 : St Mary's church, Wimbledon: galleries by Stephen Craven
TQ2471 : The Garden Hall, St Mary's church, Wimbledon by Stephen Craven
TQ2471 : St Mary's church, Wimbledon: tower by Stephen Craven
TQ2471 : St Mary's church, Wimbledon: entrance by Stephen Craven
TQ2471 : St Mary's church, Wimbledon: Bazalgette memorial by Stephen Craven
TQ2471 : St Mary's church, Wimbledon: interior by Stephen Craven
TQ2471 : St Mary's church, Wimbledon: organ by Stephen Craven


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Created: Thu, 1 Jul 2010, Updated: Thu, 1 Jul 2010

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