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Bramhope Methodist Church (Bramhope)
Black & White imageUndated. When it was decided that the 1837 Methodist Chapel was too small the 1896 Church visible in the image was built. Incorporated was the foundation stone of the original Chapel in the east wall. The Church was nicknamed 'Cathedral of the Dales' due to its cruciform shape, stained glass windows, chancel and spire, visible from Huby and Cookridge.
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Bramhope Methodist Church, Eastgate (Bramhope)
Black & White imageUndated Image shows Bramhope Methodist Church in Eastgate. The photograph is very old and damaged but it is just possible to make out the spire of the Church which rises to a height of 75 feet. The Church opened on 29th September 1896 and the money to build it was raised by local Methodist families and the Craven Trust.
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