The Long Drag The Long Drag above Swampy Sike on Harwood side.
Church Lane, Timberland Looking towards Thorpe Tilney
|Title||Porch, St Peter's Church, Racton The porch is a more modern addition to the Church.|
|Photo's author||Trish Steel User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||11 May 2008 00:00:00|
|Original size||485 x 640|
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The west door at St Peter's, Racton
Stained Glass Window, St Peter's Church, Racton The east window in the early Perpendicular style and is largely modern.
Porch, St Peter's Church, Racton The porch is a more modern addition to the Church.
Tomb, St Peter's Church, Racton To the left of the Altar is the tomb to Sir George Gunter, who died in 1624, and Ursula, his wife. The effigies and the monument itself have been repainted recently whi…
Nave, St Peter's Church, Racton The nave may have been built as early as the 12th century, and added to in the 13th century.
Side view of St Peter's, Racton
Font, St Peter's Church, Racton The font is tub-shaped, probably 12th century but restored.
Church porch of St Peter's, Racton
Pews within St Peter's, Racton
Tomb, St Peter's Church, Racton The canopied table-tomb is probably that commemorating John Gunter who died in 1557. The Gunter family was linked with Racton for several centuries. It was Colonel Geor…
Explanatory inscription below memorial at St Peter's, Racton Namely Sir Charles Gounter Nicoll http://www.thepeerage.com/p632.htm
St Peter's Church, Racton Looking across the churchyard. The cottage just visible is believed to be where King Charles lodged on his way to Brighton.