1868 – St. George’s Church, Croydon, Surrey

Architect: John Thomas Barker


From The Building News: “THIS church is being built for the English Presbyterian body from designs by Mr. John Thomas Barker, architect, Croydon. It consists of nave and transepts, and will have a tower and spire rising to a height of 120ft. A two-story building adjoins, which will be used for vestries, living and class rooms, and large school room. The whole is being carried out in red brick and Bath stone, with malm facings inside, and when completed will cost £4,000, exclusive of site. Mr. J. Pollard, of Croydon, is the builder.”