Corbridge Church: Nave Looking West
Unmoulded round-headed tower arch on moulded imposts (southern cut back) thought to be re-set Roman feature. Small round-headed Saxon window in west wall of tower. 3-bay nave arcades have double-chamfered pointed arches with broach stops and chamfered hoodmoulds, on octagonal piers with moulded capitals. The church has a Saxon tower, dating from the 8th century and the main body is a mixture of Gothic and Saxon.