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Church of All Saints, Scaleby


All Saints Church in Scaleby dates from the 13th century, built with red sandstone, thought to have been taken the nearby Roman Wall. It's tower was added in the 14th century. The church was restored 1827-28 and again in 1860-62. All Saints Church is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Scaleby Churches and Cathedrals Historic Buildings and Monuments in Scaleby Civil Parish
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All Saints Church, Scaleby - September 2016 (1)

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All Saints Church, Scaleby - September 2016 (3)

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All Saints Church, Scaleby - September 2016 (2)

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All Saints Church, Scaleby - September 2016 (4)

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All Saints Church at Scalesby

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Graveyard at All Saints Church, Scaleby

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CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS - Scaleby - List Entry
- "Church. Probably early C13 with tower of early C14 and restorations of 1827-28 and 1860-62. Large blocks of dressed red sandstone, probably from the nearby Roman Wall; graduated green slate ...

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