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Church of St. Andrew, Aycliffe Village


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St Andrews Church, Aycliffe Village

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St Andrews Church, Aycliffe Village, Tower

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St Andrews, Aycliffe, County Durham, England

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St Andrews, Aycliffe County Durham, England

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Priest's Grave cover circa 1312 AD

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Crucifixion of St Peter Depicted on Stone Crosss

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Font, St Andrews, Aycliffe, County Durham

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Effigy of a Knight

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Effigy of a Knight

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St Andrews Church, Aycliffe Village, Porch

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Graves and war memorial at Aycliffe

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CHURCH OF ST ANDREW - Aycliffe - List Entry
- "Parish church. Evidence of Saxon nave and tower; c.l190 Transitional nave and chancel; c.1220 upper stages of tower refaced and south aisle added; Cl5 belfry; 1835 south porch ...

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Anglo Saxon/Anglo Norse Cross carving,St Andrews, Aycliffe County Durham, England

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