The Churches of Britain and Ireland
|Myton, Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
Friends Meeting House on Bean Street. TA 082 285. © Stuart Leadley (2011).
The former Holiness Church (1916) on Coltman Street is probably now used as premises for a tyre company. TA 083 283. © James Murray.
Holy Apostles Church, Walker Street. Unusually the church is on the upper floor, with a community hall below. TA 089 284. © James Murray.
Hull Ice House Citadel (Salvation Army). Built on the site of a pre-refrigeration ice house. The previous building was on Anlaby Road, now demolished. TA 089 285. © James Murray.
International Christian Fellowship on Spring Bank. Although previously used as a furniture shop, the building was built as Swedenborgian. TA 085 295. © James Murray. Stuart Leadley has advised (in 2011) that the "I.C.F." sign has been removed, and that the building may be empty.
Khedrupje Buddhist Centre on Coltman Street. A converted terrace house. © Stuart Leadley (2011).
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses on Hessle Road. © Stuart Leadley (2011).
Living Hope Church on Linnaeus Street. TA 084 285. © James Murray (2009).
Former Primitive Methodist Chapel, now known as City Temple, and last used by a theatrical group. The building is now considered "at risk". TA 083 278. © James Murray. Stuart Leadley advises that a planning application for redevelopment was submitted in 2010. Grade II listed.
Primitive Methodist Continuing Church on Redbourne Street. TA 079 278. © James Murray.
Redeemed Christian Church of God on Anlaby Road. TA 090 286. © Stuart Leadley (2011).
St. Nikolaj, or The Danish Church, for Scandinavian seamen. TA 093 286. © James Murray.
St. Wilfrid (R.C.) on The Boulevard replaced an earlier church destroyed by bombing in WWII. TA 079 280. © James Murray.
St. Victor. TA 088 285. © James Murray.
Selby Street Methodist Church. TA 076 285. © James Murray.
Unitarian Church of 1976. Replaced a 19th century church on the same site. TA 087 293. © James Murray.
The former Western Synagogue, now an office - difficult to photograph! TA 084 286. © James Murray (2009).
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