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Salvation Army Citadel

The Salvation Army Citadel is located on 28 Howard Street, North Shields. It was originally built in 1811 as Scotch Church, designed by John Dobson. The Scotch Church movement was established in 1759 by the Rev. Joseph Wilkinson; by deed the Minister had to be a licentiate of the Church of Scotland.[1] Later the building became a Salvation Army Citadel. The building is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

North Shields Churches and Cathedrals Howard Street Grade II Listed Salvation Army John Dobson (1787 - 1865) Historic Buildings and Monuments in North Tyneside 1811
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Salvation Army Citadel, Howard Street, North Shields

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- "Non-conformist church, now Salvation Army Citadel. 1811 by John Dobson for seccessionist church. Sandstone ashlar; graduated slate roof. Greek Doric style One storey and attic; 3 bays. Central half-glazed double …

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Tyne and Wear HER(4570): North Shields, Howard Street, Scotch Church (Salvation Army)
- "Scotch Church in Howard Street was constructed in 1811. Shown on Woods 1827 map. Designed by John Dobson in the Greek revival style. Described by Faulkner and Greg as "rather …

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Howard Street
- Overview Map Street View "In 1796 John Wright (1730-1806), lawyer and property developer, purchased 50 acres of land between Norfolk Street and Newcastle Street from Frederick Howard, fifth Earl of …


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List number: 1354988
List grade: 2
Tyne & Wear HER: 4570
Post code: NE30 1AR
Borough: North Tyneside
Grid ref: NZ3562868395


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