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Church of St Luke


St. Luke's Church is located on Church Lane in Ferryhill. The Early English-style Parish church, by George Pickering, was consecrated in September 1853; it replaced an earlier chapel of 1820, by Ignatius Bonomi. Some features of the new church were transferred from the earlier chapel, including a monument to members of Tiplady family (died 1789 and 1809) in the south nave wall.[1] The church is a Grade II listed building on the National Heritage List for England. The Church Hill is adjacent to the church.

Ferryhill Grade II Listed Churches and Cathedrals Historic Buildings and Monuments in Ferryhill 1853 Gate Piers and Walls, Church of St Luke
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St Luke's Church, Ferryhill

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Entrance to St Luke's Church, Ferryhill

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St Luke's Church Hall

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CHURCH OF ST LUKE - Ferry Hill - List Entry
- "Parish church. 1853 by G. Pickering; 1851 decision to replace 1820 chapel by Bonomi. Coursed limestone rubble with sandstone ashlar dressings, plinth and quoins; Welsh slate roof with stone gable ...

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St Luke's Church - Facebook
- Facebook pages of St Luke's Church, Ferryhill

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At Your Service: Luke's familiar
- Northern Echo 27th September 2003. "St Luke's Church, in Ferryhill, has withstood many changes in its 150 year history, but retains its warmth as well as its characters...."Despite ...

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List number: 1121472
List grade: 2
County: County Durham
Post code: DL17 8LT
Grid ref: NZ2884232705

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