The west tower of St Margaret's has an octagonal bell-stage ands a small spire.
St Margaret's is built in the Early English style popular with the Victorians.
Simple lancet windows and occasional plate tracery (south aisle) are typical of this style.
St Margaretís, Habrough, was built in 1869 probably to the design of R. J. Withers.
The west window by Kempe may be its only redeeming feature.
Mark Acton, 2014
The elaborate script on this gravestone in Habrough churchyard dates from 1855, 14 years before the present church was built.
Habrough lies 8 miles north-west of Grimsby.
Its railway station opened in 1848. The Station Hotel still offers rooms.
This postcard dates from around 1920.