All Saints Church, Lockerbie facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsAll Saints Church, Lockerbie
All Saints Church, Lockerbie, from the southwest
|Location||Ashgrove Terrace, Lockerbie, Dumfries and Galloway|
|Denomination||Scottish Episcopal Church|
|Dedicated||18 April 1903|
|Consecrated||1 November 1909|
|Heritage designation||Category B|
|Designated||4 October 1988|
|Architect(s)||Douglas and Minshull|
|Groundbreaking||21 September 1901|
|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.
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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