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© Dr R. A. Brierley

IoE Number: 359232
Location: SAINT BRIDE'S CHURCH, PERCY STREET (east side)
  LIVERPOOL, LIVERPOOL, MERSEYSIDE
Photographer: Dr R. A. Brierley
Date Photographed: 13 September 2006
Date listed: 28 June 1952
Date of last amendment: 28 June 1952
Grade II*

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SJ 3589 SEPERCY STREET(east side)L860/889Saint Bride's28.6.52Church

SJ 3589 SE PERCY STREET (east side) L8 60/889 Saint Bride's 28.6.52 Church G.V. II* Church. 1830. Samuel Rowland. Stone and stucco, slate hipped roof. Built in form of classical temple. 3 x 6 bays with rectangular chancel apse. Hexastyle Ionic portico with unfluted columns. Central window with battered architrave, frieze and cornice flanked by entrances in battered eared architraves with paired 3-panel doors, and panels over. Returns have sill bands, top entablature and parapet. End bays emphasised by flat pilasters with frieze and cornices; small paned fixed casements. Apse has sill band, angle pilasters and entablature and parapet. Tripartite window with angle colonnetes, entablature and pediment. Flanking porches with battered eared architraves to return entrances. Interior: U-shaped gallery on iron columns with Ionic entablature and panelled balcony. Chancel apse has angle pilasters and entablature. East window has form of distyle-in-antis Ionic colonnade; stained glass window of early C20. Royal arms on west wall dated 1827. C20 glazed partitions to offices under gallery.

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