A detailed view of the tower arch at the west end of St Oswald's Church nave
- St Oswalds Church, Church Street, Durham, County Durham
- Photograph (Negative)
The parish church originates to the 12th century, although it is likely to be on the site of an earlier church, and was rebuilt in 1834 by Ignatius Bonomi. It has a west tower, an aisled nave of five bays, and a three bay chancel. The church suffred an arson attack in 1984, and the west end of the nave was restructured, with an organ gallery with choir stalls added in front of the tower. The font was also moved from underneath the tower.
© Historic England Archive
Photographer: Wood, George Bernard
Arch, Nave, Tower, Medieval Parish Church, Hanoverian Parish Church
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