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    Does anyone have any old pics of this church ?
    I have never seen any old pics of it. Very strange....


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    Quote Originally Posted by MissInformed View Post
    Does anyone have any old pics of this church ?
    I have never seen any old pics of it. Very strange....
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    oooppppsss!!! sorry philip!
    my boyfriend is actually sitting next to me reading your book!
    i was just thinking out aloud in the thread really!!

    great pic!

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    http://www.stjamestoxteth.co.uk/pdf/...lighthouse.pdf

    Great website, and pics of the interior of the church.

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    Hello MissInformed

    Here is another PDF on St. James that provides more information and pics:

    http://www.stjamestoxteth.co.uk/pdf/...exhibition.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisGeorge View Post
    Hello MissInformed

    Here is another PDF on St. James that provides more information and pics:

    http://www.stjamestoxteth.co.uk/pdf/...exhibition.pdf

    Chris
    "St James became redundant in 1974, "

    My cousin was one of the last to be married there. Friends of mine helped out painting the place.

    "and was vested into the care of the Churches Conservation Trust in 1976. It may have become redundant because of plans to construct Junction 1 of the M62 motorway on the site."

    Pull it down to make a motorway junction!! Those people must have had brain damage.
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