Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Landmark Liverpool church is flattened



Liverpool UK
The St John and St James Edwardian church in Liverpool was demolished at the end of April. Allegedly a victim of a deal struck between the Diocese of Liverpool and a property developer. Prior to demolition the the furnishings and fittings of the church were stripped out and sold at auction. The site is to be developed in to 16 dwellings. The leader of the local council said that the recent clearance of Liverpool's landmarks for the Pathfinder scheme had 'ripped the heart out of local communities'.

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