St. Thomas' Church, Stafford

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Date:1971 - 1972 (c.)

Description:Looking along the nave towards the chancel.

The church of St. Thomas and St. Andrew was built on South Street in 1866, designed by W. Culshaw of Liverpool. It was built mainly for railway workers living in Castletown. By 1972 it was redundant and was demolished shortly afterwards.

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Image courtesy of: Mr John Dodd

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Source: Miscellaneous Collection

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