Christon Bank Primitive Methodist Church Northumberland

The Church was built or opened in 1891 and is still open for worship in 2013

1891 Christon Bank Primitive Methodist Church as it was in 1996
Keith Guyler 1996

The Christon Bank P M building is called ‘Church’ instead of Chapel which is unusual in Primitive Methodist circles.

It is built yards away from the East Coast Main Line railway. It must have been very noisy when trains passed by or when  work was going on in the goods sidings. Today with modern fast trains the noise factor must be greatly reduced for the worshippers


Photos taken September 2013


OS map ref: 75:NU212231

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