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South-west aspect of the Church of St Augustine, Headon

South-west aspect of the Church of St Augustine, Headon

Engraver: Newton

Medium: Engraving

Date: 1784

Shelfmark: Ktop XLIV

Item number: 31-1.

Genre: Topographical Print

St Augustine's is the largest of Hedon's three medieval parish churches. It was built between the early 13th and 14th centuries when Hedon was an important port on the River Humber. At 165-feet long, with a 129-feet high tower, it is also one of the largest parish churches in Yorkshire's East Riding. The building is mainly in the Early English style, although the large east window and the crossing tower probably date from the 15th century.

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