Longtown (Ebenezer) Primitive Methodist Chapel

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This chapel was built in 1889

Longtown is a village in the parish of Clodock. It is situated at the foot of the Black Mountains. It has considerable remains of a castle. The Primitive Methodist chapel was built of stone, classified as being rock faced. Date of closure is unknown but in 2017 it has been converted into a dwelling. Salem Baptist chapel nearby, built in 1843, is still used for worship.

Photos taken July 2017

OS Map Ref:161:SO326284

This page was added by Elaine and Richard Pearce on 03/08/2017.

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