Chancel of the Trinity Church, Haverstock Hill, [London], 1850. 'This Church, situated in the parish of St. Pancras, was consecrated on Tuesday last by the Lord Bishop of London, in the presence of a very large assemblage of people...The Church is of admirable character in design, and the interior is particularly effective. The open roof is stained to imitate oak, as are also the seats, the galleries, &c. These latter are set back from the pillars separating the nave from the aisles, and the general appearance of the nave is thus not interfered with. The chancel, as may be seen by our Illustration, is of charming and novel design, the numerous arches producing, to use an artistic phrase, a pleasing and elegant play of lines...Messrs. Wyatt and Brandon are the architects of this fine Church; and Messrs. T. and W. Piper, the builders'. From "Illustrated London News", 1850.
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