As we traveled about in England, we visited many of the old churches, priories, and cathedrals. This post collects them in one place, and provides a place to show more photos of each one, than are in the other posts.

St. Mary's Church, Dilwyn. The tower dates from about AD1200
St Peter and St Paul Church, Woebley. The stone church was first built in the 12th Century, replacing an older wooden church structure.
Church of St Michael & All Saints, Lyonshall. The church dates from the 11th Century.
Church of St Mary, Pembridge, is unique in that its bell tower (left) is detached from the main building. The church was built in the early 13th Century, and rebuilt about 1669.
Church of St Mary the Virgin, Eardisland.
Church of St Laurence, Ludlow
Wenlock Priory, Much Wenlock, AD680
Church of the Holy Trinity, Much Wenlock, AD680
Collegiate Church of St Mary, Warwick, dating from AD1123
Statue of Richard Baxter and St Mary and All the Saints Church, Kidderminster
St Peters Church, Stanton Lacy
Lindisfarne Priory, Holy Island, dating from AD635
St Mary's Church, Kettlewell, dating from about AD1120
Holy Trinity Church, Skipton
All Saints Church, Ilkley, dating from AD627
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