296 sheets dating from the late-nineteenth century to 2010. The earliest sheets include hand-coloured architects drawings by George Edmund Street from between 1866-68 and drawings produced by the Royal Engineers showing building alterations and improvements.
From the 1940s there are a number of drawings relating to restoration of the church after wartime bomb damage, including later copies of sheets produced from Street's originals to show pre-war features.
A number of sheets relate to the church's wall memorials, and there is a booklet of rubbings taken from the tablets.
Sheets from the 1960s onward relate to maintenance and improved access, and include a large number of Department of the Environment drawings showing re-roofing and weatherproofing proposals. There are two perspective sketches of the church made by Richard Linzey in the late 1980s.
There are several photogrammetric surveys of parts of the building made during the 1990s, including sheets by Cadtec Ltd, Computer Mapping Services and Maurice Baguley and Partners. In the mid- and late- 1990s, Caroline Atkins, with associates, amended these earlier sheets, and produced new sketch plans and survey sheets of the building, which are also included here.
This Volume contains the following materials:
© Crown Copyright. Historic England Archive
© Historic England Archive
People & Organisations
Creator of Archive: Property Services Agency (Psa)
Creator of Archive: Department Of The Environment
Creator of Archive: Royal Engineers
Creator of Archive: Ministry Of Public Building And Works
Creator of Archive: Ministry Of Works
Creator of Archive: English Heritage
Creator of Archive: Ministry Of Works And Buildings
Creator of Archive: Linzey, Richard
Creator of Archive: Street, George Edmund
Creator of Archive: Cooper, Catherine
Creator of Archive: Atkins, Caroline
Creator of Archive: Hall, J L
Creator of Archive: Williams, R A H
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