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Farnley All Saints Church,Yorkshire (Interior) 3D Model
This small church is of much greater historic and artistic interest than appears at first sight. The present building is mid-Victorian, built around 1851. There was a much earlier building on the site however. Stones from this building were used in the rebuilding - parts of the north wall were not demolished at all. Archeologists have found evidence of Roman tooling on some of the exterior stones, indicating that the medieval church had itself used stones from an earlier building. The building was also used as the private chapel for the nearby Farnley Hall. The steps at the front of the building led to a path directly to the Hall 750m/0.45miles away
(information abridged from church info leaflet)