St. Nicholas Church, Mongomery, Montgomeryshire
The Nave shows two types of roof; a 16th century wagon roof over the eastern end furthest from the camera and a 15th century hammer-beam roof over the western end nearest the camera.
The Rood Screen can be seen near the far end.
This shows the 15th century Rood Screen and Loft which was brought from Chirbury Priory together with the roodloft and the stalls with their misericords after the Dissolution by Henry VIII.
The magnificent Herbert Tomb; a 16th-century Elizabethan canopied tomb to Sir Richard Herbert, the lord of Montgomery Castle, and his wife Magdalen.
A rather nice Lancet window with stained glass. Several original lancet windows in red sandstone remain though set at different heights in the wall faces.