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Bolton, Deane Road, The Saviours Church demolition

A famous Bolton landmark slowly disappearing from the skyline in January 1975. The Saviour's Church, Deane Road Bolton. Its huge tower, seven bricks thick, standing as an imposing reminder of the church, which was built in 1883-85, on cathedral proportions.
(Architects Paley & Austin 1882-1885 Pevsner)
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Category:Architecture and Structures
Subcategory:Churches
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Keywords:arthur dobb, bolton, christianity, churches, cranes, demolition, derek ralphs, lancashire, paley and austin, photographers, religion, st saviour, victorian

Bolton, Deane Road, The Saviours Church demolition