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All Saints Church, Lockerbie
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All Saints Church, Lockerbie, from the southwest
Location Ashgrove Terrace, Lockerbie, Dumfries and Galloway
Country Scotland
Denomination Scottish Episcopal Church
Status Parish church
Dedication All Saints
Dedicated 18 April 1903
Consecrated 1 November 1909
Functional status Active
Heritage designation Category B
Designated 4 October 1988
Architect(s) Douglas and Minshull
Architectural type Church
Style Gothic Revival
Groundbreaking 21 September 1901
Completed 1903
Materials Ashlar stone with red tile roof
Spire with Westmorland slate
Diocese Glasgow and Galloway

All Saints Church is in Ashgrove Terrace, Lockerbie, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland. It is a Category B listed building and an active Scottish Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway.


The church was built in 1903 and designed by Douglas and Minshull, a firm of architects from Chester, Cheshire, England.


All Saints Church is built in ashlar stone with a red tile roof. Its plan consists of a low nave with aisles, a higher chancel with a canted end, a south porch and a tower at the west end. The tower has a broach spire with Westmorland slates. The stained glass includes a memorial window by Morris & Co.

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