The third window from the east in the north aisle of All Saints' Church, depicting St Thomas, Christ, and St Thomas of Canterbury
- All Saints' Church, North Street, York
- Photograph (Negative)
This window, the central window (n5) in the north aisle, dates from 1410 depicts St Thomas, Christ, and perhaps St Thomas of Canterbury. The stained glass in All Saints' Church was restored in 1966. The right light in this window now depicts St William of York, but is often thought to be Thomas Becket.
© Historic England Archive
Photographer: Cox, Mary Desiree
Stained Glass, Medieval Church, Religion
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