The Churches of Britain and Ireland

Tayport, Fife

Tayport on Wikipedia.
 

The former Ferry-Port-On-Craig Church on Queen Street, also known as Tayport Old Parish Church. The second church on the site, it dates from 1794. Its predecessor was built in 1607. Another view. Both Jim Parker (2017). Link.

Methodist Church. Alan Craxford.

Our Lady, Star of the Sea (R.C., 1939) on Queen Street. Alan Craxford. Another view, Jim Parker (2017). Link1. Link2.

The Parish Church (CoS) on Queen Street dates from 1843, when it was built as a Free Church. Alan Craxford. Another view, Jim Parker (2017). Link1. Link2.

St. Margaret's Episcopal Church (1899) on Queen Street. Jim Parker (2017). Link1. Link2.

United Free Church (1844) on King Street. Jim Parker (2017). Link1. Link2, which says it was built as an Associate Congregation (Antiburgher) church.

The former United Secession Church on Castle Street was originally an Antiburgher Church, of 1844, and is now in residential use. Another view. Both Jim Parker (2017). Link.

 


 

 

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