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Tabernacle Methodist Chapel, Lower Bridge Street, Llanfyllin, Montgomeryshire

Name: Tabernacle Methodist Chapel

Denomination: Wesleyan Methodist

Built: 1809
Rebuilt: 1830, 1840, 1905

1. The first chapel was built in Church Street in 1809 and a larger replacement on another site was unsafe for use by the early 1890s. This [present] one was completed in 1904 after ten years of raising funds at the end of the Victorian age.
[From Powys Digital History Project website, which provides further details and an old photograph]
2. Built in 1809, enlarged 1821, modified and rebuilt 1830, 1840 and 1905, architect T. Ridge of Oswestry, builder A. Jones of Llanfyllin. Built in the Classical style, gable entry type.
[From Coflein database]

Photography: John Ball
Date: October 1997
Camera: Sigma SA-300 35 mm SLR

Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Llanfyllin
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