Thursday, 23 April 2015

St James Church

St James is an Anglican Church in inner city, Sydney.  It is the oldest church building in our city and has been in continuous use since 1824.  It was designed by convict architect James Greenway and built by convict labour.  It is listed on the Register of the National estate and has been described as one of the world's 80 greatest man made treasure.

   The steeple wasn't put in this lower sketch because when you look at the building straight on the steeple didn't look right.

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