Paddington Old Church, also published in the Bayswater Annual, 1885,
and presumably by Chatelain.

A fourth view is drawn from the north, with the village stocks just outside the churchyard wall and beside yet another pond. The north wall of the church has been buttressed as if the flank wall had bulged at some time. The first drawing, 'The View from the North West', does not show a buttress. Either the wall bulged between the times when the two drawings were made, or the 'buttress' is some temporary construction. The barn with a catslide roof would have been in the Parsonage Farm on the 1742 map. By my reckoning the pond would have been in what is now the City of Westminster College grounds.


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