Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church: 1885

Herbert Menzies Marshall

Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church: 1885
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actual image size: 22cm x 29cm

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Exterior view of Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church. Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church in Shaftesbury Avenue was built by a wealthy railway contractor in 1848, and designed by John Gibson. It was the first prominent non-conformist church in central London. Its predecessors had been placed more discreetly in back streets. Non-conformist or free churches, including the Methodists, Baptists and Congregationalists, were particularly active in the second half of the 19th century.

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1885 AD - 1885 AD
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© Museum of London

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