St Peters Church

Below are a few images that show some of the many changes made to St Peters over the years.

St Peters Church (approx 1835)

This picture of St Peters is from about the year 1835 and clearly shows the Church without its bell tower, also visible in this image, standing to the left side of the church is the obelisk which was later removed to the centre of Earlestown Market, where it still stands.

St Peters Church (approx 1910)

In this lower of the two images you can clearly see the Original Vicarage which stood where today we have just an open car parking area.

And below we have a scene of the church taken in 2002, this view is from a slightly different position than the above images, but clearly shows the area where the Old Vicarage once stood besides the Church

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