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Listed Building: BAPTIST CEMETERY CHAPEL (1117391)

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Grade II
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 812, 1, 10006
Date assigned Thursday, December 14, 1995
Date last amended


Baptist cemetery chapel, now cemetery store, recently damaged by fire and disused at the time of inspection. c1812. Rectangular on plan, with principal elevation (west) of coursed, well finished gritstone with gritstone dressings, the remaining 3 walls of rubble limestone. Wide eaves course below overhanging slated hipped roof with lead rolls to ridge and hip ridges. Single storey. West elevation with wide central pointed-arched doorway and double planked and studded doors. Flanking lancets with pointed arched heads. Rear wall with 2 wider pointed arched window openings. All window frames have been removed; one cast iron frame with intersecting glazing bars remains standing inside the building. No features of note survive within fire damaged interior. Of special interest as an early C19 Baptist cemetery chapel, unusual for its Gothick detailing.

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Grid reference SK 28818 54261 (point)
Map sheet SK25SE

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Feb 4 2011 2:50PM

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