This black and white image of the front and portico of Wesley's Chapel was taken during World War II. To the right of the image, a window can be seen with wooden shutters; these shutters were added to the windows for protection during the war, so that bombing and vibration wouldn't damage the stained glass.
This photograph of the Chapel was taken from an unusual angle. A close-up shows small metal frames at floor level in front of the portico columns. These were boot scrapers installed in the 1810s when the portico was added, so Chapel visitors could wipe their boots before entering. Sadly, these were removed in the 1970s Chapel restoration works.