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Latitude: 54.9768 / 54°58'36"N
Longitude: -1.522 / 1°31'19"W
OS Eastings: 430694
OS Northings: 564792
OS Grid: NZ306647
Mapcode National: GBR KBTW.9R
Mapcode Global: WHC3S.L5GK
Entry Name: Church of St Aloysius
Listing Date: 26 February 1985
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1025193
English Heritage Legacy ID: 303732
Location: South Tyneside, NE31
County: South Tyneside
Locality: Hebburn North
Traditional County: Durham
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Tyne and Wear
Church of England Parish: Hebburn St Cuthbert and St Oswald
Church of England Diocese: Durham
BELL STREET (north side)
Church of St Aloysius
RC parish church. 1888 by C Walker of Newcastle. Polychrome brick with terracotta
and sandstone dressings; roof of Welsh slate. 4-bay nave, with north and south
aisles and south porch; 2-bay chancel. Double transepts, apsidal chapel to
north transept. North and south elevations : 3 over 3 lancet windows to each
transept gable, with 3 slit openings in the peaks : 3 lancets to each aisle
bay, 2 to each bay in the clerestory; angle buttresses with 1 set-back and gablets
at east and west ends, buttresses with 3 set-backs to transepts and aisles.
West elevation : round window, sandstone, with plate tracery in round-headed
brick recess having gauged brick arch; small lancets in peak flank corbelled
pilaster bearing cross finial. Hood moulds, beast and flower stops, strings,
gable and buttress copings of terracotta. Interior : boarded roof with scissor-
braced trusses, alternate ones having strutted arch braces and resting on corbels
of stone and brick, continuous over nave and chancel; Lady Chapel apsidal with
arch-braced wood roof; north transept contains gallery with organ case, but
only corbels show position of south gallery either removed or not built; central
arcaded beam supports transept roofs; corbels of angels and mythical beasts;
glass, mostly original, by Reed Millican of Newcastle. Furnishings: altar and
reredos by John Gallagher of Newcastle, are Gothic, as are the side screens
and communion rail and pulpit of similar design. Source : Jarrow Express 8th
June, 1888, p.7: report of opening.
Listing NGR: NZ3069464792
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