The Churches of Britain and Ireland 

Barton-Upon-Humber, Lincolnshire

Barton-Upon-Humber on  Wikipedia.

A photo of the demolished St. Chad's Mission Church can be seen here, on an external website. It stood at circa TA 0286 2279.

The 1968 OS map shows a now-demolished Kingdom Hall standing close to the Wesleyan Chapels (see below) at about TA 0286 2287. Can you provide a photo?

St. Mary the Virgin. Another view. Both Alan Craxford. Interior view, Mike Forbester. Link. Grade I listed.

St. Peter (redundant). One of the select few British churches with significant remaining Anglo-Saxon stonework, the tower and baptistery being late 10th century. Mark Turbott. Another view. Alan Craxford. Three interior views - 1, 2, 3, all Mike Forbester. Link. Grade I listed.

Salvation Army Citadel, formerly the Primitive Methodist Chapel dating from 1867. Alan Craxford. Link. Grade II listed.

Trinity Methodist Chapel, on Chapel Street. Another view. TA 0306 2195. Both Alan Craxford. Link. Grade II listed.

The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapels on Waterside Road. The larger of the two (perhaps this was the one built in 1868) appears to be in commercial use. Another view. Old maps show the chapel as Mission Hall rather than Chapel, suggesting that it might have been subsidiary to the nearby Trinity Methodist Chapel (see above). TA 029 229. All Martin Richter (2013).





01 September 2018

Steve Bulman

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