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Church of St. Oswald

St. Oswald's church is located on the corner of Brougham Terrace and Millibank Toad in the Dyke House area of Hartlepool. The church was built between 1897-1904, designed by W.S. Hicks.[1] It is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Dyke House 1904 Churches and Cathedrals Historic Buildings and Monuments in the Borough of Hartlepool
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Hartlepool, Durham, St Oswald

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St Oswald's Church, Brougham Terrace

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St Oswalds Church

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CHURCH OF ST OSWALD - Hartlepool - List Entry
- "Church, 1897-1904, by W.S. Hicks. Dressed, snecked limestone, with quoins; Lakeland slate roof. Quasi-Perpendicular style. High clearstoried and aisled nave and chancel, transepts, and west tower with north and south …

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List number: 1263431
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ5068533490


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