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Runnymede (District Authority)
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TQ 01561 65689


1. 5389 LYNE LANE LYNE (east side) -TO 05 NW Church of Holy Trinity 2/170 II GV

2. Church. 1849. By F. J. H. Francis. Coursed stone with ashlar dressings, slate roof. Cruciform plan of 4-bay nave with south porch, transepts and crossing tower, and 2-bay nave with north vestry. In C13 Gothic style with chamfered plinth, offset buttresses: pointed-arched openings, the windows lancets or with Geometric tracery with cill strings: hoodmoulds, some with headstops; corbelled ashlar coping and cross finials to gables. Nave: triple lancet west window with blind quatrefoil above and 1st-World-War memorial stone below; on south side,gabled porch to bay 2 has opening with 3 orders on columns and paired lancets in returns, buttresses with fleur de lis finials; north side similar. Transepts: diagonal buttresses; triple lancet gable windows; on West side of north transept a moulded doorway with columns flanked by lancets. Crossing tower: offset upper stage has pointed-arch arcade with slender columns and leafy stops to hoodmould, blind except for 2 louvred belfry openings on each side; corbelled parapet; iron wind vane. Chancel: on south side, steps on left up to narrow doorway with quoined moulded surround and hoodmould continuing as cill string below window on right which has a single cusped light with trefoil over; triple lancet east window: vestry in angle with north transept has gable stack with offsets and later flat-roofed addition to east. Interior: crossing arches have square piers and plain filleted columns: carved cobels support ribbed quadripartite crossing vault with foliate central boss; roofs are of King-post twsm with common rafters and through purlins except to chancel which has arch-braced, collared, principle-rafter trusses. Polychromatic altar podium, Gothic style wooden altar rail and stone reredos with apostles and Last Supper scene flanked by commandment tablets; stone pulpit, the drum with traceried panels on octagonal base. Box pews. North transept and nave doors have traceried panels on inner sides. Later font replaces the original one which is now in the churchyard to south of nave.

Listing NGR: TQ0156165689

This List entry has been amended to add the source for War Memorials Register. This source was not used in the compilation of this List entry but is added here as a guide for further reading, 30 October 2017.


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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Date: 04 Oct 1999
Reference: IOE01/00721/30
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Roger Creber. Source Historic England Archive
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