Small St Paul’s

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St Paul’s Church,  Shadwell,  London,  March 2018

This church on the edge of Shadwell Basin is St Paul’s, named after St Paul’s Cathedral. The first incarnation of this establishment was the Church of Sea Captains, built in 1656, but the present building didn’t come along until 1821. Designed by John Walters, it is the oldest of his works to still survive.

 


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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 10 March 2018

Posted as part of My Sunday Photo

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