We started a tour of City Churches with St. Mary Woolnoth, Hawksmoor’s taut, abstract composition which was nearly demolished when they built the Northern Line – the City and South London Railway – directly underneath.
We saw the twin church towers from the east:-
Strong Corinthian columns define cubic authority of the interior space:-
Woodwork by John Meard:-
The memorial of John Newton, a slaver who was converted and became a prominent abolitionist:-