St James the Great, Thorley
Detail of the Norman capital above the spiral fluted shafts in the south porch doorway showing an elementary upright leaf decoration.
'Long and short work' - a cut away section-drawing of the stonework on the corners of the Perpendicular style tower.
The final remains of the topmost section of the original tower spike which was last renewed in 1966.
The doorway at the top of the spiral tower stairway, possibly with its original door and wooden lock.
Eighteenth Century graffiti beside the bell tower doorway.
The cross carved into the top of the Lychgate.
A modern gravestone carved by Simon Verity depicting the many interests of a young man.