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Holy Trinity Church Eccleshall from the air

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aerial photograph of the Church of the Holy Trinity Eccleshall Staffordshire UK. Grade I listed Holy Trinity Church dates largely from the 13th century and is one of Staffordshire's best examples of medieval ecclesiastical architecture. The church was restored in the 15th century and the south porch added at this time and restored again during the Victorian period.

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