Early English style

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  • The windows along the sides of the church are in Early English style.
  • The north wall has a two-light window in Early English style.
  • The church is built in a cross-shape, in Early English style.
  • Most of the church was built in Early English style.
  • These features are in the Early English style, although with some restoration since.
  • It is built in the early English style.
  • The building was described as "a Mission church in the Early English style."
  • The east window dates from the 19th century and is in Early English style.
  • This is a fine example of 19th-century church architecture designed in the Early English style.
  • The church designed in the Early English style.
  • It has a cruciform plan and its features follow the Early English style.
  • St. Paul's is built entirely of stone, in the early English style of architecture. Cited from Our Churches and Chapels, by Atticus
  • The church is in the early English style and finished in the manner of a Victorian town church.
  • In the Early English style, it is a Grade II* listed building.
  • The body of the church is in Early English style with lancet windows.
  • The church is built of rough stone to a simple layout in Early English style.
  • The church stands in an elevated position next to the village school, and is built in the early English style.
  • The Norman windows were replaced with the Early English style pointed windows, still seen today.
  • This is constructed in stone with a slate roof, in Early English style.
  • In these he applied the Early English style to modern needs and modern economy with unrivalled success.
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