Keysoe St Mary village church gallery, Bedfordshire architecture photography art & stock prints - Katey Jane Photography

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    Two sizes or frames available, A3 plus size 25.5 x 19 & A4  16 X 10 all full size edge to edge of the outside frames with safety or standard glass read to hang for large frames and A4 can be wall mount or stand, with photograph details, place or subject on the back. these are stock bought so are mostly MDF black or white frames.

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st mary the virgin church keysoe bedfordshire

  • Description (click)

    The church of ST. MARY THE VIRGIN consists of a chancel 25 ft. 6 in. long by 13 ft. wide with north chapel, a nave 39 ft. long by 19 ft. 2 in. wide with south porch, a north aisle 12 ft. 10 in. wide and a west tower 13 ft. 11 in. by 12 ft. 6 in.

    The plan of the nave and chancel is apparently that of a late 12th-century building, of which parts of the walls and the south doorways of nave and chancel remain. In the 14th century the north aisle was added and in the 15th century the north chapel and nave clearstory.

    The chancel has a 14th-century east window of three trefoiled lights with geometrical tracery and on each side of it are plain image brackets. On the north side there is an arcade of two bays with arches of two chamfered orders on an octagonal shaft and responds of 15th-century detail. On the south side is a 14th-century piscina with tracery under a pointed head and near it a tall lancet window with jambs carried down for sedilia; it is apparently 13th-century work reset, and on its east springer is a small blank shield. The doorway has a plain round head, and to the west of it is a square-headed 14th-century window of two trefoiled lights set low in the wall, with traces of an internal shutter. The chancel arch is pointed in two chamfered orders, probably 14th-century work. The north chapel has an east and two north windows of 15th-century date of three lights with tracery under a four-centred head. In its east wall is a piscina recess, once trefoiled, and in the north wall a square locker. The second window on the north is of different section from the others and in part older work re-used, probably from the east window of the north aisle.

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