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Liverpool (Metropolitan Authority)
Non Civil Parish
National Grid Reference:
SJ 39028 88038


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SJ 38 NE 7/390

DOVEDALE ROAD, L18 Dovedale Baptist Church

(Formerly listed as Mossley Hill Baptist Church) G.V. II

Baptist chapel. 1906. Undressed flint with brick dressings, slate roof with red tile cresting. T-plan with projections in angles. Central gabled entrance with 4- centred head and diagonal buttressed flanked by 2-light windows, and 7-light window above with 2-diagonal king mullions rising through gable as pinnacles. Windows have free Perpendicular tracery. Top traceried panel with gargoyles. Porch to left is lower and projects; pyramidal roof and diagonal buttresses. Gabled segmental-headed entrance with fleuron and 3-light window. Tower to right has brick base and angle pilasters, short diagonal buttresses. Entrance as porch; 3-light square headed window lancet and top 3-light square-headed bell openings. Cornice with gargoyles and battled parapet. Recessed louvred top with swept diagonal buttresses, deep eaves and ogival roof. Returns similar; 2 tiers of 1:3:1 light windows and gable; flanking recessed bays with parapet, 2-light windows and segmental-headed entrances and 4-light windows above. Church hall attached to rear has 5-light gable windows and narthex to north. Interior: Large crossing space on rough granite piers. Boarded roof with ribs across openings to projections. Pews in semi-circular rows face west organ and pulpit. East end has C20 partitioning.

Listing NGR: SJ3902888038


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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Date: 28 Apr 2007
Reference: IOE01/16411/27
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Ronald May. Source Historic England Archive
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