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Nelson, Lancashire

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The former Carr Road Baptist Church closed in 1998, and is now in commercial use. SD 858 379. Stuart Mackrell.

Christ Church (Methodist and R.C., 2005) on Carrs Road. SD 859 379. Stuart Mackrell. Two interior views - 1, 2, both Mike Berrell (2016).

Christadelphian Meeting Room on Bradley Hall Road. SD 8666 3839. Mike Berrell (2016).

Congregational Chapel. Has been used as a garage for many years. SD 864 377. Paul Brown.

Gosia Masjid Mosque on Cross Street. Mike Rice.

Holy Saviour (R.C.) on Vulcan Street. SD 866 384. Paul Brown. Another view, and two interiors - 1, 2. A plaque gives the date of 1896 for the founding of the church, originally as a mission. All Mike Berrell (2016). Link.

Idara Minhaj-ul-Quran Mosque on Cross Street. SD 8586 3785. Mike Berrell (2016).

Independent Evangelical Church. SD 861 381. Paul Brown.

Methodist Church. SD 868 377. Paul Brown.

Pendle Community Church on Scotland Road, Reedyford. Originally a Wesleyan Chapel of 1874, and enlarged in 1894, it closed as Trinity Methodist Church in 1975. When the present church was established is as yet uncertain. SD 8566 3880. Howard Richter (2014). Link.

St Bede the Venerable. SD 865 370. Paul Brown.

St John the Evangelist, (at Great Marsden). SD 870 378. Paul Brown.

St John Southworth (R.C.) on Vaughan Street. Formerly St George. SD 867 373. Paul Brown. Another view, and two interiors - 1, 2. All Mike Berrell (2016).

St Mary the Virgin, At 191 feet high its spire is said to be the third highest landmark in Lancashire. The church was closed in the 1990's, the bells having been transferred to York Minster in 1989. SD 856 376. Paul Brown.

St Paul, at Little Marsden. SD 858 370. Paul Brown.

St Philip, SD 864 381. Paul Brown.

Salvation Army Hall on Stanley Street, previously the Civic Theatre. Rob Brettle.

 

 

 
 

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