Friday, October 02, 2009

Holy Trinity, Trowbridge, Wiltshire

This church stands in a large churchyard close to the railway, and it is in effect a large roundabout, with a constant flow of traffic moving clockwise around the perimeter.
It was built in 1838 to the designs of AF Livesay, the architect of Andover church. The exterior is chunky EE, with large lancets and over-large pinnacles. It is cruciform, the tower being the south transept. Four porches, one in each angle. Not to everyone's taste for sure, but I quite like it.

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