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St Stephen, St Albans

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Well out of the city centre on the south side. Considerable saxon remains are found in the north wall where a Norman arch cuts into an earlier window. The chancel is Norman and the south chapel 13th century, this was only opened up into the chancel in the 20th century.  The wooden bell turret is 19th century on a 15th century wooden structure. Restoration was by G.G. Scott in 1860. The west front still shows the  end of the demolished north aisle.

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