High Kirk of Campsie, burnt out in a fire in 1983. See
St John the Evangelist Catholic Church, Bath on Flickr.
Pevsner did not like this church, its assertive Gothic design in sharp contrast with the Georgian Architecure which surrounds it. 1861-3 by Charles Hansom.
St Mary, Timsbury, Somerset on Flickr.
is a Georgian Gothick church of 1826-32 with a tower with spikey pinnacles. The great man Scott is responsible for the chancel and chapels in a more correct Decorated style. The verger was not keen on me taking pictures or looking around, saying I haad to leave when someone else came. Under pressure I rattled off some 20 shots inside in quick succession. The two parts of the church contrasted greatly, and there were an astonishing number of notable wall tablets of good quality, something The Master duly noted. However he missed the biggest and best monument in the church, a tomb chest with shield and the reclining effigy of an Elizabethan gent in armour and ruffs.
St Peter, Bromyard, Herefs on Flickr.
St Peter’s is an enormous church, yet fails to impress in any real way. It is grouped around a central tower with an unusual circular embattled stair turret. It has three Norman doorways. Contents? A Norman font, the rest completely ordinary. Oh, and it has a large number of tomb recesses, all of them now empty.