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Friern Barnet Photo Archive

CHURCHES - New Southgate

Baptist Church, New Southgate Church and adjacent houses in Grove Road destroyed in bombing in 1941
Methodist Church, High Road, New Southgate This church was opened in 1899, and continued to function until 1974, when it closed and was sold to...
Sikh Temple, High Road, New Southgate This building was formerly a Methodist Church. It was opened as a Sikh Temple in 1978, and in 2003 t...
Baptist Church, Grove Road, New Southgate This church closed in the 1980s and the building changed to retirement flats.
Sikh Temple, High Road, New Southgate After the steeple of the former Methodist Church had been demolished, a new dome was fitted. This pi...
Sikh Temple, High Road, New Southgate After the new dome had been fitted, the "Chinaman's Hat" is lowered into place, guided by a workman ...
St Paul's Church Hall, High Road, New Southgate Postcard postmarked 13 September 1909. This hall was badly damaged by bombing in WW2, and was not re...
St Paul's Church, Woodland Road, New Southgate Undated postcard. This is the parish church of New Southgate, built in 1873, and designed by Sir Geo...
Baptist Church, New Southgate A bomb destroyed the church hall in 1942
Church Lads Brigade, New Southgate This was probably photographed in the 1920s
Sikh Temple, New Southagte This was formerly the Methodist Church in High Road

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