St Martin's, West Acton, London. The three lights in the second north aisle window are later ones, from the 1930s and 40s. They make a delightful ensemble, showing Joseph as a hard-working young carpenter with all his tools, Mary in her purity as a young woman between lovely flowering lilies, and John the Baptist, also looking rather youthful.in
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- St Martin's, West Acton (exterior)
- St Martin's, West Acton (interior)
- Windows by Goddard & Gibbs at St Martin's
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