A view from beneath the chancel arch looking west towards the tower in the bombed out ruins of St Luke's Church
- Jul 1963
- St Lukes Church, Leece Street, Liverpool
- Photograph (Negative)
St Luke's Church was bombed during the Blitz in 1941. The walls and tower, minus the roof, have been retained as a memorial to those killed during the war.
© Crown Copyright. Historic England Archive
Photographer: Palmer, Frederick John
Hanoverian Parish Church, Bomb Damage, Second World War
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