Esoteric London

No. 919: Tulse Hill, SW2

Posted in Churches, Lettering by esotericlondon on September 5, 2013

© Roger Dean RED_3740 copy

Tulse Hill, London, SW2. Photo © Roger Dean 2013

The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent. – Washington Irving, 1886:

I was, in fact, in the chapel of the Knights Templars, strangely situated in the very centre of sordid traffic; and I do not know a more impressive lesson for the man of the world than thus suddenly to turn aside from the highway of busy money-seeking life, and sit down among these shadowy sepulchres, where all is twilight, dust, and forgetfulness.

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