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ASHGROVE TERRACE, ALL SAINTS EPISCOPAL CHURCHLB37558

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
04/10/1988
Local Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Planning Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Burgh
Lockerbie
NGR
NY 13373 81815
Coordinates
313373, 581815

Description

Style of Frank Carruthers of Dumfries and Lockerbie.

Dated 1901. Episcopal church in Arts and Crafts manner, low

nave with shallow battered tower on W gable with

Westmoreland slate, broached spire, tall chancel with canted

end and gabled side aisles. Built mainly of stugged and

snecked red ashlar (bull-faced W elevation) with polished

dressings; pointed lights, single, paired or grouped. Glazed

timber and stone porch at W end of S wall; red-tiled roofs.

Good interior with leaded glass windows (eg Rammerscales

memorial by Wm Morris and Co, after 1923), traceried timber

rood screen, (re-used) elaborate reredos after 1924; main

roof timbers on stone corbels. Interior walls also stugged

red ashlar. Ashlar-built boundary wall to street (W) simple

gatepiers, decorative wrought-iron gates and overthrow with

lamp.

Statement of Special Interest

Ecclesiastical building in use as such. Memorial stone laid

September 21st, 1901; dedicated April 18th, 1903 and

consecrated November 1st, 1909.

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