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Triple Kirks, Denburn

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Triple Kirks, Denburn
Historic Photographs
Triple Kirks, Denburn
Triple Kirks, Denburn looking North.
The Triple Kirks were built to the design of Archibald Simpson to house three separate Free Church congregations in 1843/44. Due to lack of funds, second-hand building materials were used (reputedly the downtakings from the old Dee Village), and the spire, which was modelled on that of the Katherinenkirche, Magdeburg, is of 18th century Ferryhill brick.
The church in the foreground was designed by James Souttar and opened in 1865 as Belmont Congregational Church, becoming known as St Nicholas Congregational in 1910. Its final service was held in 1995.
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