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Kentish Town in 1817
Kentish Town in 1817
These are vintage images from the S. Silas archives showing the church as it was in the 1920's and 1930's. We would be very grateful for any other old photographs showing the church. Please contact  - contact@saintsilas.org.uk
From the Prince of Wales Road
From the Prince of Wales Road
West elevation
West elevation
East elevation with Mission Church
East elevation with Mission Church
Local street
Local street
Interior Features
Baldacchino 1912
Baldacchino 1912
High Altar, Baldacchino & Hanging Rood
High Altar, Baldacchino & Hanging Rood
High Altar & Baldacchino
High Altar & Baldacchino
High Altar & Baldacchino 1952
High Altar & Baldacchino 1952
High Altar
High Altar
High Altar
High Altar
Chapel of S. Thomas of Canterbury
Chapel of S. Thomas of Canterbury
Chapel of S. Francis of Assisi - now the Sacristy
Chapel of S. Francis of Assisi - now the Sacristy
Shrine of Our Lady of Victories
Shrine of Our Lady of Victories
Statue of S. Silas
Statue of S. Silas
South Arcade
South Arcade
S Maria de Perpetuo Succursu
S Maria de Perpetuo Succursu
View into Lady Chapel
View into Lady Chapel
Corpus Christi Procession
The following three pictures show a Corpus Christi procession through the streets of Kentish Town. The fourth picture shows the choir, servers and priests on the same occasion. The pictures are taken from postcards which were kindly given by Clare Baines, daughter of Benjamin and Bertha Boulter the first couple to be married in S. Silas Church. More detailed pictures of the banners carried in the procession can be found in the Banner section of this website. Unfortunately most of the banners are now lost.
Corpus Christi Procession in Prince of Wales Road
Corpus Christi Procession in Prince of Wales Road
Corpus Christi Procession in Prince of Wales Road
Corpus Christi Procession in Prince of Wales Road
Corpus Christi Procession in Prince of Wales Road
Corpus Christi Procession in Prince of Wales Road
Choir, Servers and Priests at Corpus Christi
Choir, Servers and Priests at Corpus Christi
A Patronal Festival
Choir, Servers and Priests at south porch
Choir, Servers and Priests at south porch


Patronal Festival Procession 1913
Patronal Festival Procession 1913


Patronal Festival Procession 1913
Patronal Festival Procession 1913
A Member of St Silas Mission Sunday School
Postcard pre -1912
Postcard pre -1912
Fr Hillier also (James Bannister standing on left)
Fr Hillier also (James Bannister standing on left)
Fr Hillier also (James Bannister standing on left)
Fr Hillier also (James Bannister standing on left)
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