St. Oswald’s church, Kirk Sandall, South Yorkshire. Now in the care of The Churches Conservation Trust.
The building was surrounded by Pilkington’s Glass works from 1922 to the early 2000s. With the factory abandoned, the area surrounding the church became neglected, until planning for a new housing estate was approved in 2014.
The ‘now’ image dates to 2020 and was supplied by Tim Charlson. The ‘before’ image probably dates to the first decade of 1900s.
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Before After Image (r) Adrian Powter – @Badger_Beard on Twitter. See Adrian’s other photos of St. John’s Duxford here…
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