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Morton by Gainsborough
 
Morton by Gainsborough, Morton House
Morton by Gainsborough, Morton House
Morton by Gainsborough, Morton House

This is rendered house dating from the late eighteenth century has five bays and two storeys with top balustrade and porch of unfluted Ionic columns

Hugh D Martineau c.1980

Morton by Gainsborough, Manor House
Morton by Gainsborough, St Paul
Morton by Gainsborough, St Paul
Morton by Gainsborough, St Paul

St Paulís was built in 1891 by Micklethwaite, retaining the tower from an earlier church of 1841.

The interior has a wide nave with four bay arcades, a rood screen, fine painted ceilings and an impressive set of stained glass windows designed by Burne Jones for the Morris Company.

May 2010

Morton by Gainsborough, St Paul, Micklethwaite
Morton by Gainsborough, St Paul, Window
Morton by Gainsborough, St Paul, Window
Morton by Gainsborough, St Paul, Window

Glass designed by Burne-Jones and made in William Morris studio.

Mark Acton, 2010

Morton by Gainsborough, St Paul, Window, Burne Jones, William Morris
Morton by Gainsborough, St Paul, Window
Morton by Gainsborough, St Paul, Window
Morton by Gainsborough, St Paul, Window

Glass designed by Burne-Jones and made in William Morris studio.

Mark Acton, 2010

Morton by Gainsborough, St Paul, Window, Burne-Jones, William Morris
Morton by Gainsborough, St Paul, font
Morton by Gainsborough, St Paul, font
Morton by Gainsborough, St Paul, font

Marble font and carved wooden font cover, dating from the 1891 rebuilding.

May 2010

Morton by Gainsborough, St Paul, font
Morton by Gainsborough, St Paul, organ
Morton by Gainsborough, St Paul, organ
Morton by Gainsborough, St Paul, organ

Elaborately decorated organ case from Micklethwaite's work in 1891.

May 2010

Morton by Gainsborough, St Paul, organ case