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St Hilda's

By Bore07TM
Black & white version of St Hilda's Church on the Headland in Hartlepool.

The current St Hilda's church was built in the late C12th, and is named after the first abbess of a double monastery of monks and nuns, which later moved to Whitby.

St Hilda's contains architecture of different periods and styles but the nave and tower are the oldest sections.

Tags: Architecture Hartlepool headland Black and white St hildas abbess old hartlepool

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1 Aug 2020 1:21PM
Great mono photo. Rich
DaveRyder Plus
8 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
1 Aug 2020 6:16PM
One of my favourite Churches (my confirmation was there - lots of years ago Blush).

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