Mike’s portraits.

Mike’s portraits..

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Photos of St Stephen’s from the Local History Library

Neil Harvey has been busy looking at photos in the Local History Library and found these photos of St Stephen’s. Mostly they look like they are taken when St Stephen’s was past her prime and the streets around were already being demolished.down the aisleLooking down the aisle towards the altar.

The pews, the organ at the back

The pews, the organ at the back and activity going on by the West door.

View down the aisle War MemorialThe war memorial. A copy of the names was put in St Philip’s after the church closed. The original is stored in St Philip’s Crypt.

The East Window Looking West The Pulpit St Stephens Church St Stephens 2

St Stephen's Church can clearly be seen in this sketch from Lancashire Life

St Stephen’s Church can clearly be seen in this sketch from Lancashire Life

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memorial plaques from St Stephen’s

TheĀ  memorial plaques are in the crypt of St Philip’s church.Plaque1Plaque2Plaque3Plaque4Plaque5Plaque6Plaque7Plaque8Plaque8Plaque9Plaque10War Plaque 1War Plaque 2War Plaque 3

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Where was St Stephen’s Church?

We’ve found St Stephen’s Church on a map from 1848. The map is available from Alan Godfrey at www.alangodfreymaps.co.uk. This is part of the map that shows St Stephen’s church in relation to St Philip’s. St Philip’s Church is on the left and St Stephen’s on the right. Chapel St is just below the map. Trinity Way now runs across the bottom right corner.

map from 1848

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Welcome to Saint Stephen’s Salford (1794-1956)

Saint Stephen’s, Salford is a blog dedicated to the church’s memory. Today, photos were taken of St Stephen’s park on Lamb Lane.

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