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CAMBERWELL CHAPEL, DENMARK HILL, LOUGHBOROUGH JUNCTION

'Camberwell Chapel' seen here from the north with adjacent street lights on Denmark Hill and donkeys beneath the trees. The chapel was originally built in 1802, but was eventually demolished as the congregation grew, being replaced by St. Matthew's church.Watercolour by W.J. Zincke, bound in a Manning & Bray volume of 1814Ref: Manning & Bray p.420.1

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Collection:Manning & Bray
Image type:Watercolour Painting
Artist:Zincke
Ref:11028
Original ref:Manning &Bray p420.1
Date:c.1796

-Before 1850ANIMALSBUILDINGS / ARCHITECTURELOUGHBOROUGH JUNCTIONManning & BrayRELIGIONSTREET FURNITUREWatercolour Painting

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