Monday, 26 March 2012

Vaucluse, St Michael's Anglican Church

St Michael's Anglican Church is located on the corner of Vaucluse Road and Gilliver Avenue, in the eastern suburb of Vaucluse. This heritage listed sandstone church was designed by Edmund Blacket in the Gothic architectural style and built in 1877. Transepts were added by Cyril Blacket in 1907 and 1910 and then it was enlarged again in 1928 and 1938, with the addition of a new spire by Professor Leslie Wilkinson.
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21 comments:

  1. Beautifully captured, Jim. A very nice cathedral.

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  2. So sad that wonderful structures and spaces like this are so under-used in this day and age.

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  3. That's a beautiful cathedral. The design is interesting.

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  4. What a beautiful church! Beautiful design too:)

    Visiting for Mellow Yellow Monday- hope you can stop by:)

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  5. All my favorite Sydney architects, especially Wilkinson.

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  6. That steeple is sure reaching for the sky as it should.

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  7. Very artistic structure. Looks good

    PhenoMenon

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  8. I love that blue sky!

    Happy Blue Monday, Jim.

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  9. Perfectly captured. Have a fabulous week.

    Liz @ MLC

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  10. Visiting again for for Blue Monday- hope you can stop by:)

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  11. Thanks for the visit. You have a nice photo-blog.

    That's an impressive old stone church.

    It's noon Monday as I write this, and I see your top post is dated Tuesday.

    Feeling a bit disorientated by the time travel . . .

    Cheers!
    JzB

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  12. The photos in your blog are beautiful. Thanks for dropping by my blog. Have a great day :)

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