St Thomas the Martyr Church – Newcastle Upon Tyne – Photos

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Saint Thomas the Martyr Church was completed in 1830 at the cost of £6000 and is one of the most prominent city centre landmarks.

Located near the city hall and the Haymarket & adjacent to the Newcastle University, it is a 19th century Anglican re-foundation of a medieval chapel.

The following photographs show it in all it’s gothic splendour.

 

 

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2 comments

    • ken on April 3, 2011 at 12:26 pm
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    Its not gothic in style, its early english revival!

    1. Well in that case Ken I stand corrected 🙂

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