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Chesterfield Parish Church (Crooked spire)

This is a postcard in the Derbyshire 'Artistic' Series, no. 2735G. The Parish Church of St Mary and All Saints. Chesterfield is synonymous with the crooked spire on top of the church which partly gives Chesterfield its identity. Built, along with much of the rest of the church in the 14th century, it was straight for several centuries before it began to twist, probably as a result of unseasoned ti…