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was seriously damaged during the civil war, and stood in ruins for many years. It was
partially restored in early Victorian times, and again in the 1960's. Some of the
carved fragments were incorporated into the
restored tower. SE 463 225. Both © Steve Bulman. Two further views -
2, both © John
foundations of an
Anglo-Saxon Church were uncovered in an excavation in 1985-6 on The
Booths. A plaque at the site says that it is mentioned in Domesday as
Kirkebi Church. © Janet Gimber (2017).
Chapel. SE 455 223. © Steve Bulman.
Central Methodist Church. © Bill
Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. © Bill
Church on Finkle Street. © Bill Henderson.
Methodist Church. © Bill Henderson.
The remains of the
Chapel, in Pontefract Castle. What is believed to be a
lies under the grass, so far unexcavated. All © Janet Gimber (2017).
Religious Society of
Friends (Quakers) on Liquorice Way. © Janet Gimber (2010).
has recently undergone extensive restoration. Just visible at the left is the Butter
Cross. A view from the other side of the church.
SE 456 220. Both © Steve Bulman.
St. Joseph (R.C.); a plaque describes a little of its
history. © Bill Henderson.