Sunday, 6 September 2015

Four photographs of St Thomas's, Hillgate


I recently went past St Thomas's, Hillgate and took some new photographs. On the south side of the church the gravestones have been mostly flattened for ease of maintenance and the large tree has had its branches cut back. If you look carefully you can see a cat at the bottom of the tree.


St Thomas's Parish Church was opened in 1825 having been built as one of a hundred churches funded by grants from the government and regarded as a thanksgiving for victory over Napoleon, hence the name "Waterloo" Churches. St. Thomas was built in the classical style and is now recognised as a building of National importance being Grade I Listed.


A look down the side of the graveyard showing the pollarded tree.


The classic view from St Thomas's Place

Previous posts of St Thomas's, Hillgate:

A contribution to Inspired Sundays.

8 comments:

  1. Love the graveyard. Looks like a peaceful resting place.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  2. That this place appears in the list of buildings of national importance is a good news.
    Have a nice day.

    Graciel·la
    (my way here is Inspired Sunday)

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  3. love the clock, nice addition this weekend! take care. ( :

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  4. Quite a beautiful place. No doubt the cat makes that place a regular spot on its rounds.

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  5. These area great and I love the old clock.

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