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IoE Number: 471610
Location: CHURCH OF THE SACRED TRINITY, TRINITY MARKET
  SALFORD, SALFORD, GREATER MANCHESTER
Photographer: Mr F. Bryan Basketter LRPS
Date Photographed: 03 October 1999
Date listed: 31 January 1952
Date of last amendment: 31 January 1952
Grade II*

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SALFORDSJ8398NWTRINITY MARKET949-1/20/111Church of the Sacred Trinity

SALFORD SJ8398NW TRINITY MARKET 949-1/20/111 Church of the Sacred Trinity 31/01/52 GV II* Church, now also library and offices. 1752 with tower of 1635. Restoration 1871-74 by Holden. Ashlar. West tower, nave and shallow chancel. EXTERIOR: 2-stage tower transitional Gothic-classical style, with Decorated window divided by transom in lower stage, and paired bell chamber lights above. Angle pilasters, and triglyph frieze below embattled parapet with cusped finials. Leaded spirelet with wrought-iron weather vane. Nave expressed as 2 storeys for galleried interior, with round-arched doorways to NW and SW with heavy voussoirs to arches and round-arched windows with kneelers and keystones on each floor, divided by plain string course. Modillion eaves cornice below parapet. Chancel projects as small rectangular bay with pair of round-headed windows with round-headed niche above, and string course. INTERIOR: galleried plan with aisles below gallery now partitioned off to form separate offices. Galleries themselves now in use as library. Moulded wood panelling to gallery and to casing of supporting piers, with Doric columns above. Shallow king-post and panelled roof dates from Victorian restoration.

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