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the tallest surviving medieval parish church in england, st james in louth. sadly the six chapels attached to it were destroyed by a vengeful king henry VIII. nonetheless, to the tip of the spire is almost 90 metres tall, and it has the most stunning crossing of any parish church i have seen
















 

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definitely. i walked in was all very "meh... it's really shit actually" expecting it to be more like boston or grantham. i didn't know at the time it had been vandalised on the orders of henry the VIII hence there's so little to the church, and then i looked up. best lantern tower i've ever seen in parish church, i guess the church commissioners trashing the place couldn't get up there.

here's the view with a brighter f1.4 50mm lens -
 
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