Church of St Mary Redcliffe from Prince Street, Bristol (also houses on Redcliffe Parade)
A crop and resize of the previous shot of Bristol from Prince Street (looking east down the Floating Harbour). With the houses on Redcliffe Parade East and Redcliffe Parade West and the spire of the Church of St Mary Redcliffe.
The Church of St Mary Redcliffe is a Grade I listed building.
Church. Late C12 inner N porch; c1294 lower part of tower and
W wall; c1325 outer N porch; c1335 S porch, transept and aisle
and upper tower; mid C14 nave, N aisle, transept and chancel;
mid C15 E bay of Lady Chapel and library; spire damaged 1446
and rebuilt 1872; restoration by G Godwin 1846-72; undercroft
by G Oatley 1941. Limestone ashlar and leaded roof.
PLAN: fully aisled cruciform plan with E Lady Chapel, N
library, hexagonal N porch, S porch and W tower. Early English
Gothic inner N porch and lower tower and W end, Decorated
Gothic outer N porch, Perpendicular Gothic the rest.
(was too much to copy and paste from Heritage Gateway)