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Chapel Street

Chapel Street runs from Lowther Street easwards to Albert Street in Carlisle. The street was laid out to reach the Catholic Chapel built here in 1824, replacing an earlier Catholic chapel of 1799 in West Walls. This new chapel was itself replaced by St Joseph's Church on Warwick Road in 1893, built to cater for the growing Catholic population in Carlise. The north side of Chapel Street today includes The Church of Scotland (built in 1834) and The Dispensary (1857). The south side includes a 19th century terrace of houses, Nos, 2-9 Chapel Street, have Flemish bond brickwork with light headers..

Streets of Carlisle Nos, 2-9 Chapel Street, Carlisle Old Dispensary, Carlisle
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Church of Scotland church, Chapel Street

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Church of Scotland, Chapel Street, Carlisle

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Chapel Street (2)

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