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Listed Building Description
SE3439 MAIN STREET, Shadwell 714-1/15/1084 (North side) 26/09/63 Church of St Paul (Formerly Listed as: SHADWELL LANE OR MAIN STREET Church of St Paul)
Anglican church. 1841-42. By RD Chantrell. Coursed squared gritstone and ashlar, stone slate roof. Neo-Norman style. 4 bays to nave with round-headed windows, pilasters and corbel table. West bellcote and 2-light window, polygonal east end, added vestry to NE with 3-light mullioned window and hoodmould. Shallow gabled S porch has zigzag carved round arch. INTERIOR: nave of 3 bays, the windows with re-set medieval and C19 glass, queen-post roof with ovolo-moulded arched braces; wide chancel arch, carved wooden reredos by Martin Travers with large figures of St Peter and St Paul, chancel ceiling has wooden canopy with dove. West gallery supported on 4 wooden columns has organ built by Adam and Smith in 1901 and improved by M Spink, 1988. (Saville-Stones R: St Paul's, Shadwell, 150th Anniversary History: 1992-).
Listing NGR: SE3467939700
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