Stained Glass Image of the Day: Ramblers Window (Detail) - Walesby Church, Lincolnshire.

Bicycles and stained glass - what's not to like? The window was donated to Walesby Church (known as the Ramblers Church)  in 1951 by The Grimsby & District Wayfarers Association. 

After the church became disused in favour of the new church built in Walesby village itself, the old church on the hillside fell into disrepair. It was renovated in the 1930s and became the meeting place for various local groups including the ramblers. It became known as the “Ramblers Church”, and the above window depicting walkers and (for some reason) cyclists, was donated by the local ramblers in 1951.
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 Stained Glass Image of the Day: Ramblers Window (Detail) - Walesby Church, Lincolnshire. Photo:  Romeo66

Stained Glass Image of the Day: Ramblers Window (Detail) - Walesby Church, Lincolnshire. Photo: Romeo66