East Wall with Clayton & Bell windows, St James the Less, Westminster, by G. E. Street
Main door, St James the Less, Westminster, by G. E. Street

East Wall with Clayton & Bell windows

George Edmund Street

1861

Red brick patterned with black

St James the Less, Westminster

Vauxhall Bridge Road, London

Photograph and text Jacqueline Banerjee

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  • Front (with commentary)
  • Adam and Eve roundels
  • Ironwork around churchyard
  • East wall exterior
  • Main Door
  • Altar, showing Street's richly detailed east wall
  • Ironwork by the choir stalls
  • Ironwork screen to the side of the pulpit
  • Carved stone pulpit by Thomas Earp
  • Venetian glass mosaic by G. F. Watts
  • Stained glass window depicting St James the Less
  • Column, marble on stone, with parable ("The Sower")
  • Decorative column with stencilling at the base
  • Marble font
  • Wall plaque to Dr James Monk's daughters
  • Discussion questions