The Removal of the Main Internal Support Walls to Nazareth House Chapel at Hammersmith

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The Removal of the Main Internal Support Walls to Nazareth House Chapel at Hammersmith

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The Removal of the Main Internal Support Walls to Nazareth House Chapel at Hammersmith
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The existing chapel comprises three spans, 21 ft 0 in. externally, the central one measuring 25 ft 3 in. Each span was built at a different period, the original centre building being more than a hundred years old. The original 22 1/2 in. external walls to this span now formed the division between the three aisles, the only visual link being a low-level arch fenestration formed for pedestrian movement; occupiers of the side aisles were very much isolated from the main body of the chapel and the majority did not have a clear view of the altar. J. W. BUNCE

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