The Exterior

St George's is very much a town church, bounded on three sides by busy streets, and on the fourth by a narrow passage. There is no expanse of churchyard to enable the building to be seen from a distance, and this presented a problem which James solved reasonably successfully. The west front is a portico jutting into the street so that it makes a visual impact when seen from Hanover Square or from the bottom of St George Street.

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