Trinity Chapel is one of the most thoroughly-documented buildings in London.
Early Seventeenth Century
Trinity Chapel, from one of the building’s original stained glass windows
Mid Seventeenth Century
Mid Eighteenth Century
Early Nineteenth Century
Late Nineteenth Century
Lincoln’s Inn Chapel, circa 1878
Trinity Chapel, the east end, with adjacent buildings from the 1590’s. Watercolor, circa 1890.
Trinity Chapel from the northwest. Photograph by john N. Wall
Notice the visual differences that mark the late 19th century addition of one bay westward to the original three bays.
In the late 19th century, Trinity Chapel was extended one bay westward and a large staircase structure was added to the West Front.