The width of the street and the parked cars prevented a better view.
The white cross, which seem popular with Methodists, clashes a bit with the building!
The architect was J Weir of London, and the present building was erected in 1901. It is built of stone in a "free gothic" style and has a south west tower with spire. The first church on the site was built in 1836, enlarged in 1862 and burnt down in 1900.
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