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Salford, Chapel Street,Sacred Trinity 1976

Sacred Trinity church, Salford, was originally built as a chapel-of-ease to serve the growing population of Salford in 1635. Most of the current building dates from 1752. It is a 2* listed building with many original features. It was restored in 1877-74 and adapted for more flexible use in the 1980’s. This 1976 photograph, taken from the roof top of the nearby Highland House office tower block, clearly showing the bend in the main railway line into Manchester Victoria railway station,which the old railway companies had to make to avoid the church.
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Salford, Chapel Street,Sacred Trinity  1976