Below a series of images gathered from the internet (but mostly taken by the young Dominican Br Lew O.P. from Blackfriars at Oxford - to whom much praise and thankfulness is due for this splendid study)
This small chapel built in 1849 by Wardell, is shewn here in various phases before during after it's restoration by Fr John Osman, its parish priest. In fact Fr Osman goes beyond just restoring it, but adds to it completely in style in a most laudable way.
Thank you Fr Osman.
First the Exterior
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