St. Martin's Church, York
|St Martin-le-Grand is on the western side of Coney Street, opposite New Street. Often known as St Martin Coney Street and most famous for the clock overhanging York's main shopping street, the church existed by the eleventh century. It was largely destroyed by bombing on 29 April 1942, but in the 1960s the surviving south aisle and tower were incorporated in a rebuilding on a smaller scale under the direction of the leading church architect, George Pace. [The History Files]|
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St. Martin's Church is located at OS Grid Ref. SE6017051860
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