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Church of St. Augustine's Queen's Gate. Architect: William Butterfield. 1865. Queensgate Mews, Kensington, Greater London SW7 5JE. The surprisingly sparse entry on the British Listed Buildings site describes this Grade II building as follows: “Yellow brick with red and black brick and stone bands. Gothic western bellcote with flanking pinnacles. Aisled five bay nave. Rich polychrome brick decoration (repainted after white-washing). Rich marble to chancel and font. Fine brass lectern. Painted ceramic tile pictures to aisle walls.”]

The Gothic western bellcote with flanking pinnacles.

Related Material


“Church of St Augustine, Kensington and Chelsea.” British Listed Buildings. Web. 8 April 2013. Listing NGR: TQ2658578731.

Hitchcock, Henry-Russell. Architecture Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. Baltimore: Penguin, 1963.

Thompson, Paul. William Butterfield, Victorian Architect. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1971.

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