St Margaret's, Castleton Terrace, Braemar, Aberdeenshire: plan

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RIBApix ref no RIBA126028
Architect/DesignerBucknall & Comper
Comper, Sir John Ninian (1864-1960)
CountryUK: Scotland
CityBraemar
Subject Date1907
Image Date1895
ViewPlan
StyleGothic Revival
MediumDrawing
Library ReferenceCOMP1/I-J
OrientationLandscape
Colour / B&W Colour
Credit RIBA Collections
Notes NOTES: In 1880 a wooden church by Pirie & Clyne was built for English tourists to the area. Between 1899 and 1907 Comper's church was built on the same site, consecrated on 3rd August 1907. Comper continued to add stained glass and interior furnishings up to 1933. As fewer English tourists came to the area requiring an Episcopal (Anglican) church, over the 20th century the church proved to be too big for the available congregation. It has been disused as a church since 1997 and declared redundant. The church is being developed as a community arts centre and undergoing a programme of restoration. It is listed Grade A.

Subject tags

churches