Holy Trinity Church, Rothwell in Northamptonshire, England, has the longest nave in the county. The main body of the church dates from the 13th century, although the oldest part was built in Norman times. The building material is local Northamptonshire sandstone. The picture shows the massive squat tower at the west end of the church, which once was topped with a wooden spire. The spire was destroyed in a thunderstorm many years ago.