This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
SALCOTT THE STREET 1.
5214 Church of St Mary TL 91 SE 22/11 7.4.65 II* 2.
C14 and later, extensively rebuilt after earthquake (1884) damage, in 1893, Originally flint rubble and septaria with limestone dressings. Nave is C14, with late C19 north wall. South wall has 3 windows, one C19, one C14 of 2 pointed lights with plain spandrel in 2 centred head with moulded label. Western window is part C15. Late C15 south doorway with original door, has moulded jambs and 4 centred arch in square head, and decorated spandrels. Late C19 chancel.
Late C15 or early C16 south porch, with 4 centred arch of 2 moulded orders, one on attached shafts with moulded bases and capitals. Side walls have partly original windows, with 2 cinquefoiled lights in a square head. Late C15 west tower, in 3 stages with embattled parapet. Two centred tower arch, with one moulded bases and capitals. Side walls have partly original windows, with 2 cinquefoiled lights in a square head. Late C15 west tower, in 3 stages with embattled parapet. Two centred tower arch, with one moulded and one hollow chamfered order. Late C19 west window. West doorway has 2 centred arch with moulded jambs, and label. Nave roof is late C19, in 7 cants, with intermittent tie beams, and arch bracing to principal rafters (RCHM 2).
Listing NGR: TL9519713590
© Mr Wilfred N. Winder. Source: Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
People & Organisations
Photographer: Winder, Wilfred N.
Rights Holder: Winder, Wilfred N.
Flint, Limestone, Rubble, Septaria, Medieval Church, Religious Ritual And Funerary, Place Of Worship
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