ST BARNABAS May 2011

This ornate, Gothic church known locally as 'The Cathedral of Camden Road' was built in the late 1880's. Soon, hundreds were flocking to the church – the only parish church for miles around that observed the full Catholic faith of the Church of England. This included a large congregation who travelled to St Barnabas from other parishes.

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Exterior

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Vestry

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Crypt

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The Nave

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Windows

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The Organ

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Detail

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