The architect for this building was C O Ellison of Liverpool and it was built in 1884 in the free renaissance style. It was constructed of red brick with terracotta dressings and had a tower on the south east corner with a balustrade top. The southern extension was added in 1929.
The building replaced an earlier building on the same site dating from 1808 and was demolished in 2000 to be replaced by a modern building, which is in my Church Album.
This card is from the early 20th century.
Scanned antique postcard
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