St Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Heaton Norris :: Shared Description

St Mary's Roman Catholic Church on Dodge Hill was designed by Pugin & Pugin,1897 and is a prominent local landmark. It is constructed of red brick with stone dressings and window tracery and a slate roof. The west front has a tall gabled bell cote on a stepped base beneath which is a statue of the Virgin and Child. Stepped buttresses framing a large rose window are flanked by traceried windows with paired lights.

It is now isolated from the town by the M60 motorway which runs in a cutting below. The large retaining wall above the motorway is often targeted by graffiti artists.
by Gerald England
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SJ8990 : St Mary's Bellcote and statue by Gerald England
SJ8990 : St Mary's Roman Catholic Church by Gerald England
SJ8990 : M60 Anti-clockwise by Gerald England
SJ8990 : Heaton Norris - St Mary's RC Church by Dave Bevis
SJ8990 : St Mary's Roman Catholic Church by Gerald England
SJ8990 : St Mary's Roman Catholic Church by Gerald England
SJ8990 : St Mary's across the Motorway by Gerald England
SJ8990 : Old streets revealed by Gerald England
SJ8990 : Bridgefield Street by Gerald England
SJ8990 : St Mary's from Bridgefield Street by Gerald England
SJ8990 : Pollarded trees by St Mary's RC Church by Gerald England
SJ8990 : Bridgefield Street by Gerald England
SJ8990 : St Mary's Roman Catholic Church by Gerald England
SJ8990 : Looking toward the light by Gerald England


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Created: Tue, 3 Dec 2013, Updated: Tue, 3 Dec 2013

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