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St Hilda's South Door

By oldgreyheron      
This is the imposing and ancient South door into ST Hilda's church on the headland at Hartlepool.

From the website we read: "A prominent feature of the Headland, St Hilda's church was built in the late twelfth century but the south doorway shows in its decoration that it belonged to an earlier Norman church, probably erected in the time of Robert de Brus II, founder of Guisborough Priory."

This is a truly ancient entrance!

Mike

Tags: Architecture Hartlepool Headland Norman St hildas

Voters: 213hardy, Philip_H, NDODS and 15 more


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NDODS 9 5.2k 127 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2013 5:59PM
An interesting foreword supported by a very well observed and captured image of the wonderfully shaped and aged Church Doorway.

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin

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MrsS 13 4.5k 18 England
10 Nov 2013 6:00PM
Fabulous detail, Mike, but then I'd expect nothing less from you! Smile

Fran x
Joline Plus
14 30 56 United States
10 Nov 2013 6:08PM
Wonderful history attached to this remarkable entrance. So many souls have passed through it, it must have many stories to tell. Sometimes in these old churches, the holiness in palpable.
JuBarney Plus
9 33 4 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2013 6:58PM
A lovely shot of this splendid old doorway.
Ju
10 Nov 2013 11:09PM
A very well spotted and captured image. Great texture as well.
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CarolG 13 199 20 Greece
11 Nov 2013 5:13AM
A beautiful and very old doorway, Mike, I wonder just how many people have passed through it in its lifetime? Carol

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