This building was encased in scaffolding when I visited - its roof was being replaced. The tower is on the north east corner with a stone spire.
Originally built in 1860, the original Christ Church was replaced by the current one in 1885, the architect being Sir Arthur Blomfield. The building is executed in the Early English style of architecture.
The church hall still remains from the original church, on the south side which as a south east bell turret.
This final and rather hazy picture was taken on 17th August 2005 from Magdalen Road.
There is an old photograph of the church in my Postcard Album.
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