Listed Building

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OUR LADY AND ST NINIAN'S RC CHURCH AND PRESBYTERY QUAKERFIELD ROAD, BANNOCKBURNLB15289

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
C
Date Added
12/06/1979
Local Authority
Stirling
Planning Authority
Stirling
Parish
St Ninians
NGR
NS 81274 90235
Coordinates
281274, 690235

Description

1927. Archibald Macpherson, architect. Modified Early Christian style. CHURCH: Long nave. Multi-coloured bricks.

Red tiled roof. Copper spire on red tiled tower. Trigonal projecting bay over porch at SW end. Grey brick interior with wide-arched arcades; open timber ceiling; organ/choir loft at SW end; high sanctuary arch at NE end. PRESBYTERY: Linked by arch to Church. Two storeys. Multi-coloured bricks. Red tiled roof and chimney-copings. Lower and storey windows are round-headed.

Statement of Special Interest

In ecclesiastical use.

References

Bibliography

R I A S Quarterly Illustrated 25. Spring 1928. Catholic Directory for Scotland.

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