Swallow Street Mission Church, Huddersfield
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- appears on maps: 1890 [#627], 1905 [#69]
- location: Merton Street, Huddersfield
- status: no longer exists
- category: church or chapel
The wooden mission church was consecrated on Monday 7 February 1876 by the Bishop of Ripon. It was designed and built by Messrs. R. Whitley & Nephew at a cost of between £500 and £600, and could seat 300 people. The footprint of the building was 62 feet by 29 feet.
By the early 1890s, the renaming of local roads led to the building becoming the Merton Street Mission Church.
Although the building is marked on the 1960 O.S. Town Plan, it was no longer labelled as a church.