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Ashton-in-Makerfield, the Bryn Independent Methodist Church. SJ 568 007. © Alan Bridge. Link.
Ashton-under-Lyne, St Michael and All Angels. © Paul Brown. 109 SJ 942 989.
Astley, St. Stephen. Previously in the unknown section, Alan Nixon has identified this church with some confidence, but not certainty. St. Stephen was burnt down 18th June 1961, and replaced by another nearby. From an old postcard (franked 1933), Bulman Collection.
Michael. © Rodney Hall.
Bredbury, U.R.C., formerly the Woodley Congregation Church, on George Lane. SJ 932 918. © Mike Berrell.
Breightmet, St. James. © Malcolm Rigg.
Broughton, St. John. 109 SD 827 008. © Philip Kapp.
Gorton, St. James. © June Fitzgerald.
Heywood, St. John
the Evangelist. St. Luke. St. James. All Souls. All © Rodney Hall.
Higher Openshaw, St. Clent. © June Fitzgerald.
Ince-in-Makerfield, St. Mary. Another view, taken towards the end of the churches demolition (1978). The "New Church", also dedicated to St. Mary, converted from a 19th century school, The Hall of Ince School, in 1978. © David Long.
Church. Another image previously in the unknown section. Thanks
to Alan Nixon again for identifying this as the now demolished King Street Methodist
Church. The site was re-used for the Kingsleigh Methodist Church. From an old postcard,
Miles Platting, Corpus Christi. © June Fitzgerald.
Mossley, St George. © Paul Brown. 109 SD 969 023.
Newton Heath, All Saints. © June Fitzgerald.
Church, built as the Park Independent Sabbath School in 1798, rebuilt in 1866. 109 SD 801
161. © Philip Kapp.
Shaw, St. Andrew (Methodist). 109 SD 930 098. U.R.C. 109 SD 935 091. Both © Philip Kapp.
Stalybridge, Holy Trinity. St. Paul. Both © June Fitzgerald.
Summerseat, the Rowlands Methodist Church. 109 SD 796 148. © Philip Kapp.
22 October 2006
© Steve Bulman