I've driven past this remarkable relief hundreds of times, but spotted it only today when I happened to walk by (strolling to work for the first time this year).
It shows the martyrdom of St Pancras - a Roman teenager beheaded for his faith in about 304. It later became the fashion to show him amid a menagerie. And as you can see, in this version he succumbs to a pre-modern Hound of the Baskervilles.
Can anyone - without Googling and otherwise seeking digital assistance - locate this over-stylised piece of Victorian religious melodrama?
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