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Farnworth, Greater Manchester

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Baptist Church on Trafford Street, dating from 1892. SD 738 062. Mike Berrell.

The former Baptist Church (derelict) on Market Street was built in 1906. SD 734 062. Mike Berrell.

The former Catholic Apostolic Church on Park Street, now in secular use. Another view. SD 741 060. Both Mike Berrell.

The former Cross Street Mission (dates from 1910) has served as Farnworth Little Theatre since 1948. SD 739 059. Mike Berrell.

Farnworth Christian Spiritualist Church on Peel Street and Darley Street. Another view. SD 7407 0595. Both Mike Berrell (2014). Link.

Our Lady of Lourdes and St. Gregory (R.C.). on Plodder Lane. Interior view. SD 723 059. Mike Berrell.

St. Catherine (CoE and Methodist) on Highfield Road. SD 715 057. Mike Berrell. Link.

St. George on Plodder Lane. SD 725 059. Mike Berrell. Link.

The former St. Gregory (R.C.) on Church Street is derelict, and is soon to be demolished. SD 743 058. Mike Berrell. News item.

The former St. James (1862-5) on St. James Street. It closed on or prior to 2013 - see Disposal Notice. SD 728 051. Mike Berrell.

St. John the Evangelist on Church Street. Interior view. SD 744 058. Both Mike Berrell.

The former St. Peter (1885-2012) on Bradford Street. SD 739 052. Mike Berrell. This video footage shows the church, its demolition, and recovery of a time capsule.

The St. Thomas Centre (Farnworth Christian Fellowship) occupies the former St. Thomas (1878 - 1996) on Ashworth Street, Dixon Green. SD 733 059. Mike Berrell. Link.

Salvation Army Hall. Rob Brettle.

Trinity Church (Congregational and Methodist) on Market Street. Interior view. SD 742 057. Mike Berrell.

U.R.C. on Albert Road dates from 1862. Another view. SD 736 054. Both Mike Berrell. Link.

 

 

 
 

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29 October 2015

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