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    Default Lost Churches of Liverpool

    Back in 2001, I published The Churches of Liverpool. Written by David Lewis, it was a record of many of the city’s churches, past and present. I was not completely happy about the book; it was in the early days of digital photography and some of the images were bitmapped but, more inexcusably, the book [...]


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    Yes, a lovely looking church.
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    great pics on the site too Colin
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    Default Lost Churches (2)

    William and George Audsley have not been treated well in Liverpool. Amongst the most respected Victorian church architects, their two remaining Liverpool churches, Christ Church in Kensington and the Welsh Presbyterian Church in Princes Road, are in shocking condition. Possibly their finest work was St Margaret on the corner of Belmont Road and West Derby [...]

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    I remember the fire.A gang of us went from the top end of Bourne St.to have a look.

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