All Saints Church, Compton Avenue, Brighton, East Sussex (Demolished)

All Souls was a church built by H M Wagner in 1853, the architect being R C Carpenter, in decorated style in flint with stone dressings.  The tower was never completed, like many other Brighton churches.

All Saints, Compton Avenue, Brighton, East Sussex (Demolished)

All Saints, Compton Avenue, Brighton, East Sussex (Demolished)

The church suffered bomb damage during the Second World War, but stayed open until 1957 when it was declared redundant and subsequently demolished.

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