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This building is in the Dumfries And Galloway Council and the St Mungo Parish. It is a category B building and was listed on 03/08/1971.

Group Items: N/A, Group Cat: N/A, Map Ref: NY 1433 7706.


David Bryce architect, 1874-77. Rectangular-plan, 5-bay

gothic church with castellated 3-storey square tower at NE

angle. Coursed bull-faced ashlar with polished dressings;

stepped buttresses (pinnacled diagonal buttresses to body of

church); mostly pointed hood-moulded openings (some with

cusped tracery) - wheel window in each main gable;

crenellated parapets.

TOWER: 2-storey engaged stair turret and angle buttresses,

louvred belfry opening above; broached cap house with

facetted stone roof, dummy machicolations and spouts. Gabled

porch central on W wall of church and at W end of S wall,

former with pinnacled diagonal buttresses.

INTERIOR: oak pulpit with linen-fold panels and columned

angles, organ adjoining at rear (E) by Abbot and Smith,

Leeds; open-timbered roof with cusped framing; fine, World

War I memorial bronze in vestibule by F M Taubman, London,



Ecclesiastical building in use as such.


Pub. University of Edinburgh, MR DAVID BRYCE, 1976. (exhibition catalogue) p.112; SRO HR 39/1.

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