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© Mr Colin Cundy

IoE Number: 459726
Photographer: Mr Colin Cundy
Date Photographed: 06 September 1999
Date listed: 11 March 1996
Date of last amendment: 11 March 1996
Grade II

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SO 99 SW DUDLEY CHURCH STREET (west side), Lower Gornal 5/10017 Church of St James the Great GV II Anglican church. 1815-17 by Thomas Lee; enlarged 1837; refitted 1849 and restored 1899. Dressed stone. Slate and tile roofs. PLAN: The 1815-17 chapel-of-ease comprised a broad nave without aisles, but with a gallery at the west end and a west tower. North and south porches added circa 1837. Refitted and chancel added in 1849. Chancel rebuilt in 1899 and top stage of tower rebuilt in 1930. Gothic style. EXTERIOR: The broad nave has tall lancets with buttresses between. 3-stage west tower with angle buttresses; top stage with 2-light bell-openings and battlements, rebuilt in 1930. Polygonal chancel with angle buttresses, partly rendered. INTERIOR: Plastered walls. Open timber queen-post roof. West gallery on thin posts. Large moulded chancel arch and arch-braced chancel roof. Stone circular pulpit and polygonal font. Organ installed 1899. North window of apse 1902 by Ninian Comper. SOURCE: Ironbridge Institute, A Survey of Surviving Buildings and Remains from the Industrial Period in Gornal, 1991.

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