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St Nathaniel's Platt Bridge   Views: 510
Interior View   Comments: 5
Photo: RON HUNT   Item #: 29497  
 
Interior View

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  An interior view of the church 1930's  

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Comments by Albert, 30th June 2017  
Wasn't this church a distinct feature, as you looked across the fields, from Spring View, where the clay hole pond was?.

Comments by Henry7, 30th June 2017  
All my Mother's family attended St Nathaniels, lovely to see the interior again. The brickwork on the outside is wonderful, does anyone know if it is Accrington brick?

Comments by irene roberts, 30th June 2017  
I would say so, Henry 7.

Comments by Albert heaton, 2nd July 2017  
I was in the choir as a boy at st nathaniels through 1950s-60s morning service then Sunday school and then evensong ,lovely memory's with lovely people.

Comments by David Jackson, 5th July 2017  jackson-d3@sky.com 
I was in the choir through the 50's - with the understanding that I must not sing. Would not go on the Sunday evening that Buddy Holly was on Sunday Night at the London Palladium. Left shortly after that - probably about 58.

 
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