Tin Tabernacle, West Midlands

Where is it?

By Jill Barber

Photo: Illustrative image for the 'Tin Tabernacle, West Midlands' page

postcard belonging to Steven Wild

This page was added by Jill Barber on 13/07/2016.
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This could be the tin tabernacle at Rushall, which is a residential area of Walsall in the West Midlands. See pic below if it's come through. If not see:

http://www.blackcountrybugle.co.uk/rushall-tin-tabernacle-goes-preservation-list/story-20120656-detail/story.html

It's changed but look at that window at the top! No coincidence surely.

Regards

Michael Baxter 

By Michael Baxter
On 09/07/2017

The  present day Rushall tin tabernacle referred to is a Church of England Mission , so the present notice board says ( see Google Earth image). The pitch of the roof is also very different to the one in the image. Daw End Rushall is where the first  Primitive Methodist Church stood, in Floyds Lane.

 

By David Evans
On 25/08/2017

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