A former cavalry barracks in Hulme, Manchester, now converted into flats.
Alloway Kirk and its graveyard provided the setting for Robert Burns’s poem Tam o’ Shanter.
A wooden ledge on the underside of a folding seat in a church, intended to support a member of the congregation while standing.
An active Anglican church in Perranarworthal dedicated to Cornwall’s patron saint.
Historic ruined castle remains, formerly Fortalice of Ardgith, focal point within a formal walled garden in Ellon
The Church of St Edward the Confessor is a place of worship in Romford, in the London Borough of Havering, an Anglican church in the Diocese of Chelmsford.
An active Anglican parish church in Worsley, Greater Manchester with an unusual thirteen-striking clock.
A semicircular or polygonal termination of the chancel, which is typically situated at the eastern end of a Christian church.
A series of 12 crosses, one built at each place where the funeral cortège of Eleanor of Castile, wife of King Edward I, stopped for the night.
Anglican parish Church in Atherton, Greater Manchester designed by Paley and Ausin and completed in 1896