Saturday, 1 February 2014
Entry to Stockport Parish Church
Entry to the Parish Church of "St Mary's in the Market Place" is through the Great West Doors which stand underneath the tower. The main body of the church dates from 1817, although parts date back to the 14th century. Through the left hand side of the modern glass door can be seen the East window.
The Packhorse Inn can be seen reflected in the right hand side.
This photograph was taken on Christmas Eve 2011.
Since then the Packhorse Inn has changed to become the Cocked Hat and on January 4th I posted a photo of one the church windows reflected in the pub window.
A contribution to the Entry theme at City Daily Photo and to Weekend Reflections and also to Inspired Sundays. Also a contribution to Whimsical Windows, Delirious Doors.