Salford Cathedral :: Shared Description

The Cathedral Church of St John the Evangelist, on Chapel Street is the Roman Catholic cathedral for the City of Salford and is known simply as Salford Cathedral.

It was originally built between 1844 and 1848 as St John's Church, Salford, its design, the first cruciform Catholic church to be built in England after the Reformation, was closely modelled on a number of noted medieval churches. Two years later, in 1850, St John's was elevated to cathedral status.

The Cathedral is a Grade II listed building (Historic England List Entry Number: 1386115 LinkExternal link ).

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SJ8298 : Salford Cathedral Spire by David Dixon
SJ8298 : Cathedral Church of St John the Evangelist by David Dixon
SJ8298 : The Roman Catholic Cathedral Church of St John the Evangelist by David Dixon
SJ8298 : The Roman Catholic Cathedral in Salford by David Dixon
SJ8298 : Salford Cathedral by Gerald England
SJ8298 : St John's Cathedral, Salford by David Dixon
SJ8298 : Salford Cathedral from Salford Central Station by Gerald England
SJ8298 : Chapel Street by Gerald England
SJ8298 : The Pyramid, St John's Square by Gerald England
SJ8298 : The Cathedral of St John the Evangelist, Salford by David Dixon
SJ8298 : The Cathedral of St John,  viewed from Bank Place by David Dixon
SJ8298 : The Cathedral Church of St John the Evangelist, Salford by David Dixon
SJ8298 : Salford Cathedral Entrance on Chapel Street by David Dixon
SJ8298 : View of Salford Cathedral from Bank Place by David Dixon
SJ8298 : Salford Cathedral by David Dixon
SJ8298 : The Cathedral of St John, Salford by David Dixon
SJ8298 : Salford Cathedral by David Dixon
SJ8298 : Salford Cathedral by David Dixon
SJ8298 : Seed and The Cathedral of St John, Salford by David Dixon
SJ8298 : The Cathedral Church of St John the Evangelist, Salford by David Dixon


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Created: Sat, 15 Mar 2014, Updated: Fri, 13 Nov 2020

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