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HOLY TRINITY CHURCH, CLAPHAM COMMON

Drawing of the west elevation of Holy Trinity Church, Clapham, built 1774-76 to replace the former parish church in Rectory Grove. The architect was Kenton Couse of the Office of Works and this is one of five surviving drawings by him for the church. He also rebuilt No.10 Downing Street, now the official residence of the Prime Minister.Holy Trinity was originally built at a cost of £11,000, although the portico was added in 1812 by a Mr Hurlbat.Ref: SP22/713/HOL.T.4

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Collection:Surrey
Image type:Pen and Ink
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Ref:07203
Original ref:LP22/713/HOL.T.4
Date:c.1774

-Before 1850BUILDINGS / ARCHITECTURECLAPHAMPen and InkRELIGIONSurrey

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