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I loved this place my Grandma had just died and my family went here to light a candle each for her. Beautiful architecture and a lovely feel to the place. With really high ceilings that caught beautiful colors through the window pains. I will return...More
I saw this church last year but i missed the visit time but this year i arrived on time and visited with my friends. Inside is very beautiful and high. You can smell the history you can feel the who ever been there hundreds years...More
Entering the church you will be amazed at the height and space of the building. The impression of height is increased by the double triforium and the moulded brick shafts. The huge cross, the magnificent Byzantine Baldaccino, the bronze Crucifix above the Altar, the Pulpit,...More
St Bartholomews is very visible from the London Road, and from there you imagine it is on a hill, as it rises improbably high above all the other building. However, close up, you realise it really is high, reputedly the highest in UK. Its height...More
the church, constructed in brick, is reputedly the tallest parish church in England and reminded me of the mill factories with high walls and dark windows. Inside though, a spiritual peace reigns. In what some might call 'high church' the high altar is the significant...More
This church is prominent on the skyline and a landmark to find your bearings by - no surprise as it's billed as the tallest church and once you get inside, you do realise that it is very tall! Strangely, al the windows are at the...More
Popped in there with two musical friends, so they could see the church and look at the Organ case.
I found it very dark, and gloomy, and although the tall vaulted ceiling is impressive, Iagain, I found it a little depressing.
this place is beautiful inside and i pop in a couple of times per month just to behold it. the place has some really nice features and the height inside to the ceilings make it one of the tallest churches i have ever seen. you...More