Interior of St. Malachy Catholic Church, Gooloogong, New South Wales

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Title

Interior of St. Malachy Catholic Church, Gooloogong, New South Wales

Subject

Medieval Shoppe, NSW, New South Wales, Gooloogong, church, churches, ruin, ruined, ruins, architecture, gothic, Catholic, Catholicism, arches, pointed arch, St Malachy, Saint Malachy, St. Malachy, interior, vaulted ceiling, apse.

Description

An image of the interior of the abandoned Catholic church of St. Malachy in Gooloogong, New South Wales. It shows the apse at the rear of the church, entered through a pointed arch doorway. The image is featured on the Facebook site for the Medieval Shoppe, who design historical replicas of swords, armour and other weapons.

The church, which fell out of use in 1914, was also used as an infants' school, but was later abandoned and has been ever since. The building possesses many gothic architectural features, such as a vaulted ceiling, and pointed arched doorways and windows.

Creator

The Medieval Shoppe

Publisher

The Medieval Shoppe, Facebook page

Date

Accessed 26/11/2012

Rights

Image used with the permission of The Medieval Shoppe, 2012.

Format

Digital Photograph; JPEG

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Citation

“Interior of St. Malachy Catholic Church, Gooloogong, New South Wales,” Medievalism in Australian Cultural Memory, accessed October 15, 2019, http://ausmed.arts.uwa.edu.au/items/show/1224.