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Carrington, St Paul
Carrington, St Paul
Carrington, St Paul

St Paulís was built in 1816 and was probably designed by Jeptha Pacey, who was responsible for a number of other churches in the area.

The church is brick built, with wide overhanging eaves and a cupola at the west end.

March 2013

Carrington, St Paul, Jeptha Pacey, cupola
Carrington, St Paul
Carrington, St Paul
Carrington, St Paul

Another view of the church from the south-west.

August 2018

Carrington, St Paul
Carrington, St Paul
Carrington, St Paul
Carrington, St Paul

St Paul's at Carrington was the first of six chapels in the Fens north of Boston sanctioned by Act of Parliament in 1812.

Barry Barton 1980

Carrington, St Paul church
Carrington, St Paul, chancel
Carrington, St Paul, chancel
Carrington, St Paul, chancel

The small chancel was added in 1872. The brick is laid in English bond whereas the earlier nave is in Flemish bond.

August 2018

Carrington, St Paul
Carrington, St Paul, cupola
Carrington, St Paul, cupola
Carrington, St Paul, cupola

The ornate timber cupola near the west end of the nave houses a single bell.

August 2018

Carrington, St Paul
Carrington, St Paul, date plaque
Carrington, St Paul, date plaque
Carrington, St Paul, date plaque

The numbers in the date stone, recently cleaned and repainted, are in a style typical of the early nineteenth century.

The iron bracket supported an oil lamp immediately above the west entrance door.

August 2018

Carrington, St Paul
Carrington, Windmill
Carrington, Windmill
Carrington, Windmill

This was a four-sailed, three storey mill with typical ogee cap. Steam power replaced wind power around 1900.

Location of mill: TF 312 555

Peter Kirk Collection, undated
Carrington, windmill, Peter Kirk