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Church Lane, Holy Trinity Church


Subject ID:
2003213_8634585
Location:
Meanwood
Keywords:
Meanwood, Church
Copyright:
Leeds Civic Trust
Class number:
Civic Trust F12
Church Lane, Holy Trinity Church
Description:
Undated, An early 1900s view of Holy Trinity Church. It was designed by William Railton of London and built by George Bridgart of Derby. William Railton was also the architect of Nelson's Column. The architectural style chosen for the church was Lancet Gothic. William Beckett Denison laid the foundation stone on 20th May 1848 and the name of the church was consecreted in the name of the Holy and Undivided Trinity on 6th October 1849.

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