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1874 – St. Marks Church, Battersea Rise, London

Architect: William White



An early concrete and brick church designed by noted church architect William White. Described in a contemporary account as “St. Mark’s, Battersea Rise, is of the Geometric Middle-pointed style of architecture; it was built from the designs of Mr. W. White, and was consecrated in 1874. Around the apse is an ambulatory, with steps leading to it from a crypt.”

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