A sturdy boot scraper in wrought iron - probably locally made - with attractive decoation.
The simple but well designed - and well worn - bootscraper by the entrance porch.
This simple boot scraper is on the west side of the south doorway in the church.
The memorial gateway leading to St Laurence Church, Corringham.
A cast-iron boot scraper (early 20th century?) at the south porch of St Peter's.
The lych gate leading into St Edith's churchyard.
A simple, relatively modern boot scraper to the outside the south porch.
Simple, sturdy boot scraper by the entrance to the porch on the south side of the church.
This small decorated boot scraper is alongside the south entrance to the church.
The lychgate entrance to St Denis's church was built in 2000 with funds from the Lindsey Oil Refinery.
The lychgate, built in 1937, at the entrance to the church of St Peter & St Paul.
A nicely shaped wrought iron boot scraper by the entrance at the south door.
The attractive wrought iron foot scraper by the church entrance.
The original sturdy wrought-iron boot scraper by the south door of the church.