(Former) Methodist Church, Westbury, Tasmania
Bellcote, buttress, Crouch and Wilson, Gothic, Gothic Revival, lancet window, Methodist, Methodist Church, pointed arch, Tas, Tasmania, tracery, Uniting Church, Westbury.
The current Uniting Church in the small Tasmanian town of Westbury was built as a Methodist Church. Building commenced in 1865 and it was completed in March 1867. It was designed by the Melbourne architectual firm (Thomas) Crouch and (Ralph) Wilson. The brick and pressed cement building is in the Gothic Revival style and based on late thirteenth century English churches. It features pointed arch doorway and windows, window tracery on the large window above the entrance, buttresses, a bellcote, and lancet windows.
October 20, 2012
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