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Market Deeping
 
Market Deeping, Stamford Canal
Market Deeping, Stamford Canal
Market Deeping, Stamford Canal

This section of the Stamford Canal to the west of Market Deeping (TF 125098) runs close to the A16 with the River Welland in a parallel channel to the south.

Molcey's Mill, in the background of the photograph, was powered by the Welland and could take advantage of the canal for transporting materials to and from the mill.


Ken Redmore, 2010

Market Deeping, canal, Stamford, watermill, Molcey,
Market Deeping, St Guthlac
Market Deeping, St Guthlac
Market Deeping, St Guthlac

View of St Guthlac's from the south-west.  Until the recent Deepings Bypass the road in the foreground was heavily used A15.

September 2014

Market Deeping, St Guthlac church
Market Deeping, St Guthlac
Market Deeping, St Guthlac
Market Deeping, St Guthlac

The Perpendicular tower of St Guthlac with its tall bell-openings dates from 1440.

The porch is early 13th century, with an inner round headed doorway of the late 12th century.

September 2014

Market Deeping, St Guthlac church, porch
Market Deeping, St Guthlac
Market Deeping, St Guthlac
Market Deeping, St Guthlac

The chancel, aisles and clerestory of St Guthlac's have windows of the 14th and 15th centuries, while the fine Perpendicular tower dates from 1440.

Inside are late 12th and 13th century arcades, and evidence of James Fowler’s restoration of 1875.

September 2014

Market Deeping, St Guthlac church, James Fowler
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, interior
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, interior
Market Deeping, St Guthlac, interior

The Transitional north arcade with its quatrefoil piers and round arches is late 12th century.  Above is the 15th century clerestory.

September 2014

Market Deeping, St Guthlac church