The Victorian era saw the expansion of many areas into the new suburbia.
The housing was built down to a price and the provision of a church was not always at the top of the developers list.
Thus many poorer parishes bought themselves a ‘tin church’ in kit form until funds could be raised to build a more permanent building.
Many were indeed replaced but a few of these buildings survive today, some put to alternative uses.
This plastic kit needs to be assembled and will require paints and glue to complete.
Footprint 123 x 72mm.