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  Bilston, Wolverhampton, West Midlands

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Ashleys Chapel (Congregational) on Chapel Street. Another view. Both Dennis Harper (2010).

Bilston Baptist Church on Prouds Lane. Another view. Both Dennis Harper (2011). Interior view. Dennis Harper (2008). Another interior, the baptismal pool, and the unusual arrangement of the organ pipes, all Dennis Harper (2017). Link.

Bilston Christian Spiritualist Church and Healing Centre on Broad Street. John French.

Bilston Methodist Church on Bow Street (1970). The present building was preceded by Swan Bank Methodist Church (see below), and is now used as a church community centre. John French. Next door stands the new Methodist Church. Another view. Both Dennis Harper (2011). Interior view. Dennis Harper (2007). Link.

Blessed Virgin Mary on Oxford Street. John French. Link.

Bradley Methodist Church on Hall Green Street, Bradley (1998). The old church (1897) stands adjacent. Both Dennis Harper (2011).

Church of God of Prophecy on Bridge Street. Dennis advises that the church has planning permission to demolish and re-build. Dennis Harper (2011).

Gurdwara Baba Wadbhag Singh Ji Temple on Mount Pleasant. Dennis Harper (2011).

Holy Trinity (R.C.) on Oxford Street. John French. Another view. Dennis Harper (2007).

Pentecostal Church on Wolverhampton Street. Another view. Both Dennis Harper (2011).

Rose of Sharon Apostolic Church, on Broad Street, was formerly Bethesda Baptist Chapel (1860). John French. Another view, Dennis Harper (2011).

St. Leonard on Walsall Street. Dorothy Turley. Another view. John French. Another view, and an interior view, both Dennis Harper (2010). Link.

St. Mary (C, 1829-30) on Oxford Street. Another view. Both Dennis Harper (2007). Two interiors - 1, 2, the altar and font, all Dennis Harper (2013). Link.

St. Michaels Mission, on Wolverhampton Road. Another view. Both Dennis Harper (2013).

Stowlawn Church (Anglican and Methodist) on School Walk. Dennis Harper (2011).

The long-demolished, and charmingly-named, Swan Bank Methodist Church, on Bow Street, with Manse to the left. The first chapel on the site was built in 1823, with extensions in 1840 and 1890, it was demolished in 1969. Interior view. Both from Dennis Harper's Collection. Link.

 

 

 

 
 

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15 January 2017

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