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Yarm Lane, Stockton

St. George’s Presbyterian Church, in Yarm lane, built in 1876, at a cost, including site, of £7,500, is an edifice in the Gothic style, consisting of nave, transepts and a tower with spire, 130 feet in height, and containing one bell: there are sittings for nearly 800 persons.

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Jermyn Carpenter Gothic Methodist Church

The carpenter Gothic Revival style Methodist Church in Jermyn, Texas was the first church in the area, and constructed in 1910.  It remained in use for worship services until at least 1979.  16 more words

Texas

Sunday School, Norton Green

Built 1833 as a National School. Restored 1893. Tudor Gothic style. Brick with stone dressings. Three bays on North front, central coped gable with kneelers and a string course with a panel inscribed “National School” above. 46 more words

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Decade of Bicentenaries? New churches expressing Irish Catholic hopes after 1800.

We in Ireland are currently involved in the Decade of Centenaries – an all-Ireland initiative to commemorate the events that happened in Ireland from 1912 to 1922. 1,781 more words

Architecture

Gothic Revival Blog Tour: Winners!

Thank you to everyone who entered the giveaway to win 1 of 5 digital copies of Gothic Revival by Carson Buckingham on her recent virtual book tour! 271 more words

Sirens Call Publications

Souvenirs: A Guide to Manchester Town Hall, Manchester, Date Unknown.

Here are some interesting facts from the guide for your consideration:

  • Over the main door is a statue of the Roman General Agricola, who founded Mamuciam in 79 AD.
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Souvenirs.