St Peter's is situated in Windmill Fields on Bayhall Road. Here is a picture of the west end.
And here a view of the north side. From the outside it would appear St Peter's has undergone much alteration, with windows blocks and floors across the windows.
The following description is from the 1886 Pelton's guide to Tunbridge Wells:
"St Peter's is a new and handsome Gothic church, erected during 1874-5, in Windmill Fields, from designs and plans of the architects, Messrs. Cronk, and has recently been considerably enlarged. This is the only church in Tunbridge Wells which possesses a peal of bells. Sunday Services: morning, 11; evening, 6.30. Services for the Young, second Sunday in the month, 3 p.m. Men's first Sunday in the month, 3.30 p.m. Week-day service: Wednesday, 7.30 p.m. Holy Communion is administered on the first Sunday in the month after morning service; third Sunday, after evening service fourth Sunday at 8 a.m.; fifth Sunday, after evening service. Hymnal Companion (last edition) is the book used. The Rev. C. Courtenay, M.A., is the vicar."
There are images of St Peter's Church in my Antique Postcard Album.
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