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Images from A Thousand Years of The Church in Chester-le-Street, published 1883
The interior of a building, symmetric with two lines of tall pillars on either side, with candelabras and wooden benches between them.
The interior before renovations done in 1883. 
A a church, its spire rising far above the a few trees and houses around it.
The church from the northwest. 
A view over trees and buildings, with a tall spire visible to right, a rectangular building in the distance.
A view over Chester-le-Street towards Lumley Castle
Various irregularly shaped weathered and carved stones.
Stones found at the church and nearby, now at The Ankers House. 
A rectangular stone, stood on one end, with carvings of a man on a horse, another horse, geometric designs and some letters.
The shaft of an Anglo-Saxon cross, now at The Ankers house. 
Two large church bells resting on a stone pavement, each carved with a indistinguishable inscription.
Two of the original bells (cast in 1409).