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ST JAMES’S CHURCH, KNATCHBULL ROAD, BRIXTON NORTH

St James's church in Knatchbull Road, Brixton North, was built in 1870 to the designs of George Low. Deconsecrated in 1981, it was converted into 18 apartments in 1984-85 for the Black Roof Housing Co-operative, saving it from demolition. The £842,000 cost of the conversion was funded by the Housing Corporation, the Historic Building and Monuments Commission, the GLC and the Tudor Trust. A Johns postcard.Ref: SP535

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Collection:Johns
Image type:Photograph
Artist:Johns
Ref:07907
Original ref:SP535
Date:c.1912

1901 - 1925BRIXTON NORTHBUILDINGS / ARCHITECTUREJohnsPhotographRELIGION

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