An exterior view of the Norman south door of All Hallow's Church
- ALL HALLOW'S CHURCH, CHURCH LANE, Bardsey cum Rigton, Leeds
- Photograph (Negative)
The church has an Anglo-Saxon west tower, aisled nave with a south porch, chancel and a north and south chapel. The nave has three bays, with the south porch in the first bay protecting the Norman doorway. The door has three orders supported by two columns with moulded capitals. The outer arch has beakhead carvings, the middle order has a chevron pattern, and the inner arch is plain.
© Historic England Archive
Photographer: Wood, George Bernard
Door, Porch, Early Medieval Parish Church, Medieval Parish Church, Religion
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