Photograph of St. James' Church, Romanby, Yorkshire
St. James' Church, Romanby
|St James Romanby occupies a plot at the south-west corner of Ainderby Road and Kirk Road in Romanby, which today is a southern suburb of Northallerton. The church was consecrated in 1882 to serve the growing village. It was designed by Charles Hodgson Fowler of Durham, a well-known Victorian church architect, and consists of a nave without aisles and chancel in the Perpendicular style. The cupola and spire above the chancel arch house a single bell. [The History Files]
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