Holy Trinity Church, Marylebone :: Shared Description

Holy Trinity Church, in Marylebone, is a Grade I listed LinkExternal link former Anglican church, built in 1828 by Sir John Soane. In 1818 Parliament passed an act setting aside one million pounds to celebrate the defeat of Napoleon. This is one of the so-called "Waterloo churches" that were built with the money. It has an external pulpit facing onto Marylebone Road, and an entrance with four large Ionic columns. There is a lantern steeple, similar to St Pancras New Church, which is also on Euston Road to the east.
The former church stands on a traffic island by itself, bounded by Marylebone Road at the front, and Albany Street and Osnaburgh Street on either side; the street at the rear north side is Osnaburgh Terrace.
by N Chadwick
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Created: Sun, 28 Jun 2020, Updated: Sun, 28 Jun 2020

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