St Giles-without-Cripplegate Church in the Barbican, London showing the interior, rooms under the church and a cutaway of the exterior and tower.
This is a beautiful church sitting in the middle of the post war Barbican estate with parts dating to the 15th Century. The Cripplegate name comes from the nearby (and long vanished) Roman gateway into the City of London.
See annotations for details within the church.
A huge thank you to Jake Kirner for his assistance and providing access to the church.
6333 photos taken in October 2019 with a Sony a6000 and processed in Agisoft Metashape and Reality Capture. Cleaned up and combined in Autodesk Maya.
All but first row of pews and surrounding floor are reconstructed due to scanning errors.