An exterior view of St Luke and All Saints Church, showing the south porch form the south-west
- Church of St Luke and All Saints, Church Lane, Darrington, Wakefield
- Photograph (Negative)
The church has a Norman west tower, an aisled nave with 13th century aisles and chancel, a south porch and 14th century north chapel. The tower has three short stages with a clock face on the south side and embattled parapets with corner pinnacles. The south nave aisle has four bays with the porch in the second bay. The porch has a pointed arch with dripmould, a round-headed niche in the gable and a cross finial at the apex. On either side of the gable are large corner pinnacles, and the east and west walls of the porch have short stepped buttresses.
© Historic England Archive
Photographer: Wood, George Bernard
Porch, Medieval Parish Church, Religion
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