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website (a useful resource) illustrates how many Manx Methodist chapels still
remain to be added to this page.
Baldrine, Methodist Church, built as Primitive Methodist in 1885, replacing a
nearby chapel of 1843, which is still in use as a parish hall. SC 427 810. © Martin Richter (2013).
Braddan, Old Kirk
Braddan. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. Link.
Cregneash, St. Peter (1878).
Interior view. Both © Derek West.
ruins of the 12th century St. Trinion (or Trinian). From an engraving (ca. 1785).
SC 318 002. © Colin Waters Collection. A
modern view. © David Egginson.
Laxey, Christ Church (consecrated 1856). © John Balaam (2011).
Interior view, © John
Lupus (the Parish Church - Kirk Malew. SC 268 695. © David Egginson.
Maughold, St. Maughold. From an old
postcard, Geoff Watts' Collection.
Onchan, Lourdes Grotto. © Jim Parker.
St. Peter. © John Balaam (2017).
Port Erin, St. Catherine.
Grace Baptist Church.
Link. All © John Balaam (2015).
Methodist Church (1903). © John Balaam (2011).
Port St. Mary, St. Mary, on Bay View
Road. Interior view.
Methodist Church on Athol Street.
Link. Living Hope Church on Bay
View Road. Link. All © John Balaam
Ramsey, St. Paul (consecrated 1822). Link.
Ramsey Methodist Centre. Both © John Balaam (2011).
Sulby, St. Stephen. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection.
Tynwald, Chapel of St.
John. © Jim Parker.