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St Peter, Varna Road, Fulham,
St Catherine (former), High Street/Hanworth Road, Feltham
This church closed in 1975 and all that remains is the tower and spire attached to a building called St Catherine’s House. This was built as offices by Biscoe and Stanton in 1979-81 but is now a hostel for the homeless. The church was designed by Carpenter and Ingelow and built in 1878-80 but the tower was only added in 1898.
Holy Trinity, Finchley Road, Swiss Cottage
St Augustine, Great Field, Grahame Park
St Peter and St Paul, Bychurch Street, Teddington
St Peter, Elgin Avenue, Paddington
St Saviour, Warwick Avenue, Paddington
St Luke’s Church Centre (former), Roscoe Street, Clerkenwell
St Paul, Park Lane, Tottenham
In the shadow of Spur’s White Hart Lane stadium. It is under a block of flats and was designed by Biscoe and Stanton in 1971-77. It presents two different faces to the street, depending on which street you are in. Church website.