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Organ, St John the Baptist Church, Colwick

The oldest part of the Church is the spacious nave, which was built in the 16th century. There are no aisles, and the north and the south walls are alike, save that the doorway on the north side is now built up. The tall three-light transom windows, and the doorways, have straight-sided arches, with a small curve at the springing, such as are frequently met with in the domestic buildings of the Tu…