All Souls was a church built by H M Wagner in 1853 as a proprietary chapel, the architect being Henry Mew. This view is of the facade facing into Eastern Road from the north-east.
All Souls Church was a simple stuccoed building whose main feature was a low tower with a clock face which was a later addition. The interior had galleries on three sides with box pews an a central three-decker pulpit.
The church was re-modelled in 1879 by Edmund Scott and Hyde. There were stained glass windows by Kempe, some of which are now in Norwich Cathedral.
The building was demolished during road widening in 1968.
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