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Bermondsey, London, England: St Mary Magdalene Church
Bermondsey, London, England: St Mary Magdalene Church
The church in 1809. For a detailed look, visit the Church Website
 
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Bighton, Hampshire, England: All Saints Church - Front View
Bighton, Hampshire, England: All Saints Church - Front View
 
 
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Bighton, Hampshire, England: All Saints Church - Inside View
Bighton, Hampshire, England: All Saints Church - Inside View
 
 
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Bighton, Hampshire, England: All Saints Church - The Cemetery
Bighton, Hampshire, England: All Saints Church - The Cemetery
 
 
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Bighton, Hampshire, England: All Saints Church - The Organ
Bighton, Hampshire, England: All Saints Church - The Organ
 
 
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Bow, London, England: St Stephen's Church, North Bow
Bow, London, England: St Stephen's Church, North Bow
St Stephen, Tredegar Road, Old Ford, was built around 1827 but was seriously damaged during WW2 and was eventually demolished. 
 
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Chippenham, Wiltshire, England: The Wesleyan Chapel
Chippenham, Wiltshire, England: The Wesleyan Chapel
Built in 1851 to seat around 350 persons, it ceased to be a church around 1909 and is now in private hands. 
 
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City of London, England: All Hallows the Great Church (c.1821)
City of London, England: All Hallows the Great Church (c.1821)
See this Wikipedia article for more information
 
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Fawley, Hampshire, England: All Saints Parish Church
Fawley, Hampshire, England: All Saints Parish Church
 
 
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Fulham, London: All Saints Church
Fulham, London: All Saints Church
For church details, please visit this link on Wikipedia. 
 
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Great Kimble, Buckinghamshire, England: St Nicholas Church
Great Kimble, Buckinghamshire, England: St Nicholas Church
 
 
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Hanover Square, London, England: The Parish Church of St George
Hanover Square, London, England: The Parish Church of St George
For extensive information regarding the church and parish, see the church website
 
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Knottingsley, Yorkshire: The Wesleyan Church
Knottingsley, Yorkshire: The Wesleyan Church
Now demolished.
For a comprehensive look at the church's history, see the 1945 centenary report published here
 
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Marchwwod, Hampshire, England: St John's Church
Marchwwod, Hampshire, England: St John's Church
 
 
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Micheldever, Hampshire, England: St Mary's Church
Micheldever, Hampshire, England: St Mary's Church
 
 
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Putney, Surrey, England: St Mary's Church
Putney, Surrey, England: St Mary's Church
 
 
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Randwick Churches
Randwick Churches
The photograph on the left is of Randwick Church, in Gloucestershire, England and on the right is Randwick Church, New South Wales, Australia. Simeon Pearce laid the first stone of the church in New South Wales (Sydney) in 1861. The church was modelled on the church of his home village in Gloucestershire, England but has had a number of additions since it's completion in 1865. The rectory was added in 1870, the clock tower in 1877 and the transepts in 1888. 
 
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Randwick, Goucestershire, England: Primitive Methodist Chapel (Wesleyan)
Randwick, Goucestershire, England: Primitive Methodist Chapel (Wesleyan)
Originally built in 1834, by 1851 it had become affiliated with the Countess of Huntingdon's Connexion. It became the meeting-place of a group affiliated to the Pentecostal Church in the early 1960s, and an OS Map 1:2,500 of 1975-6 was labelled as a "Pentecostal Hall".
Now in private ownership.  
 
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St George's Church, Everton
St George's Church, Everton
St George's Church is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade I listed building, and is the earliest of three churches in Liverpool built by John Cragg, who used many components in cast iron which were made at his Mersey Iron Foundry. It is an active Anglican parish church in the Diocese of Liverpool, the Liverpool archdeaconry, and the Liverpool North deanery.

The building of the church was enabled by an Act of Parliament, the St. George's Church, Everton Act, which was passed in 1813. The foundation stone was laid on 19 April 1813 and the church was consecrated by the Bishop of Chester on 26 October 1814. The architect was Thomas Rickman and the church was built by John Cragg. 
 
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St Mary the Virgin Church, Prescot, Lancashire
St Mary the Virgin Church, Prescot, Lancashire
Originally, the church was dedicated to All Saints, but was later re-dedicated to St. Mary the Virgin, probably when the present church was built in 1610. It is believed that the site was a religious sanctuary even in pre-Christian times and that a Christian church of timber and clay was built there by Celtic monks. However, there is very little evidence remaining of the previous buildings. The base of the south wall may be ancient, and the clergy vestry is probably of the fifteenth century. The floor of this vestry is actually two feet below the level of the chancel, but a wooden floor has been constructed four feet above this. The tower and spire, 150 ft. high, were added in 1729, and there is a peal of eight bells, cast by Mears of London in 1845, and quarter-turned in 1934. 
 
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Stockcross, Berkshire, England: St John's Church
Stockcross, Berkshire, England: St John's Church
 
 
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Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England: St Mary's Church
Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England: St Mary's Church
For a detailed look at this church, please visit English Church Architecture
 
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Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England: St Saviour's Church
Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England: St Saviour's Church
For a detailed look at this church, please visit English Church Architecture
 
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Watlington, Oxfordshire, England: St Leonard's Church
Watlington, Oxfordshire, England: St Leonard's Church
For a comprehensive look at Watlington and specifically the church, see this article on British History
 
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Whiteshill, Nr Stroud, Gloucestershire, England: St Paul's Church
Whiteshill, Nr Stroud, Gloucestershire, England: St Paul's Church