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Church of St Saviour, Auckley

Description: Church of St Saviour

Grade: II
Date Listed: 11 January 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 334700

OS Grid Reference: SE6518700734
OS Grid Coordinates: 465187, 400734
Latitude/Longitude: 53.4993, -1.0188

Location: Main Street, Auckley, Doncaster DN9 3HH

Locality: Auckley
County: Doncaster
Country: England
Postcode: DN9 3HH

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Listing Text

(west side)
4/2 Church of St. Saviour
Church. 1837. By William Hurst of Doncaster (Woodhouse p.61). Yellow brick
in Flemish bond, C20 cement-tile roof. Combined nave and chancel with north
and south porches; 3 bays. Gothic Revival style. Chamfered plinth. Central
north porch has panelled door and pointed overlight in chamfered brick
surround with string course rising as hoodmould and peaked string course
over; ashlar gable copings rise to apex block with gablets. Sides of porch
have square-headed, 2-light mullioned windows with string course rising over
as a hoodmould. Outer bays have string course continued from porch and
pilaster buttresses to outer sides of 2-light windows having cusped cast-iron
tracery in double-chamfered, pointed-arched surrounds with hoodmoulds. Eaves
band with corbelled blocks forming kneelers to ashlar gable copings; east
cross; ashlar west bellcote. East window is of 3-lights with cusped, cast-
iron tracery. West end has 2 blind lancet windows and gable vesica. The
cast-iron windows were supplied by Messrs. Marshall of Derby; other building
details recorded in: Rev G. H. Woodhouse, Finningley, 1877.

Listing NGR: SE6518700734

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Source: English Heritage

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