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Holy Trinity Church is the oldest surviving building in Colchester. The church is located on Trinity Street opposite the town library. Parts of the church tower are believed to date to around 1050 (the Anglo-Saxon period), pre-dating Colchester…

Possible Saxon stone carving contained in refurbished wall/buttress of St Andrew's Church, Sonning near to the banks of the Thames.

Photographed on a cold, sunny March 7th, 2011

Earls Barton (Northants.): A-S tower/pilasters
Images of the surviving tenth-century Anglo-Saxon tower from All Saints' Church, East Barton.
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