Building record MDR13726 - Mission Hall, Chapel Street, Long Eaton
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(First World War to Mid 20th Century - 1914 AD to 1933 AD)
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This building was erected as the Railway Mission Church on Midland Street in the late nineteenth century. After World War I, it was re-erected on the present site as a Mission Hall. The church is faced in corrugated galvanised iron sheets beneath a fibre cement slate roof. The front elevation features a projecting gabled porch with egg-and-dart bargeboards. The principal gable has similar bargeboards. The side elevation contains four cross casement windows with pointed heads. A well preserved example of a 'tin tabernacle'. (1)
*Internet Web Site: Erewash Borough Council. List of buildings of local interest. www.erewash.gov.uk. LL/73.
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Centred SK 4931 3333 (7m by 16m)
LONG EATON, EREWASH, DERBYSHIRE
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Dec 5 2017 4:47PM
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