Tin tabernacles :: Shared Description

"Tin tabernacles" (or more properly "iron churches") were produced in large numbers from the mid 19th Century into the early 20th Century. They were built with a timber frame, clad with galvanised and corrugated iron, and lined with tongue and groove boarding. Prepared as prefabricated kits, they were also exported to many countries overseas.
by Ian Capper
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TQ2450 : The Heath Church by Ian Capper
TQ2450 : The Heath Church by Ian Capper
TQ3366 : Addiscombe Baptist Church by Christopher Hilton
TQ2355 : Tadworth Village Hall by Ian Capper
TQ4667 : Poverest Coronation Hall by Ian Capper
SZ5390 : Wootton Common burial ground by Ian Capper
SD9652 : Tin Tabernacle at Thorlby by Stephen Craven
SO5175 : Former Scout Hut, Julian Road by Ian Capper
TQ2450 : The Heath Church by Ian Capper
TQ5159 : Former Twitton Mission Church by Ian Capper
TQ2450 : The Heath Church by Ian Capper
TQ4157 : Tatsfield WI Hall by Ian Capper
TQ2851 : Battlebridge Hall by Ian Capper
TQ2450 : The Heath Church by Ian Capper
TQ3366 : Addiscombe Baptist Church: window by Christopher Hilton
TQ3366 : Addiscombe Baptist Church by Christopher Hilton
TQ4667 : Coronation Hall by Ian Capper
TR1634 : The Tin Tabernacle by Ian Capper
TR1634 : The Tin Tabernacle by Ian Capper
SO5175 : Former Scout Hut, Julian Road - for sale by Ian Capper
TR1634 : The Tin Tabernacle by Ian Capper
TQ3366 : Addiscombe Baptist Church by Christopher Hilton
TR1634 : The Tin Tabernacle by Ian Capper
SJ7758 : St Philip's church, Hassall Green  by Stephen Craven
TQ2450 : The Heath Church by Ian Capper

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Created: Sat, 21 Dec 2013, Updated: Sat, 21 Dec 2013

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