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St Saviour, Eton Road, South Hampstead

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A typical Victorian ragstone church a short way from Chalk Farm Station. It was built by E.M. Barry in 1855-56. The tower was added in 1864.

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3 Comments

  1. Craig W. Davenport says:

    I wholeheartedly admire St. Saviour’s church and the help Rev. Paul Nicholson provided to me when I was in contact with him from 2008-2011 as I am in Spokane WA U.S.A. Can I be put on the emialing list of news of the church? I am the archivist at (formerly) Holy Trinity Episcopal Church (1895) presently West Central Abbey (2021). I. and my girlfriend Leanne Helm who died July 9, 1995 used to attend Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Fall 1988.

  2. Craig W. Davenport says:

    I would like to be put on the mailing address of St. Saviour’s church Hampstead England.
    Sincerely;
    Craig W. Davenport craigdavenport1987@hotmail.com

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