This church is situated on a very cramped site, and indeed is almost completely hidden by surrounding buildings.
The interior is plain and the arched windows of the nave were replaced by portholes in the late 18th century.
This view is taken from just in front of the Monument, looking downhill towards the river.
The steeple iss 185 feet (56 meters) tall. Above the usual square bell-tower, the shape changes to an octagon, which supports a small lead cupola, lantern, and finally smaller spire.
The second photo was taken from the approach to London Bridge, the angle did not allow me to get the tower in as well!
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