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St Mark's Church

The church of Saint Mark, Dalston, was constructed between 1864 and 1866, with a second phase of building between 1877 and 1880. It was designed by Chester Cheston and completed by E.L. Blackburne.

St Mark’s Church was erected by the leading church builders, Dove Bros. of Islington, between 1862-6. It is built in Early English Gothic style in yellow stock brick with stone dressings, the church’s most impressive feature is its size and the west tower added in 1877-80 and designed by Edward Lushingt on Blackburne. It has an impressive Rose window, which depicts Virtues and Vices surrounding the Lamb.

The church has a unique feature on the tower – a turret barometer, the only one in England. The design is based on that of St Germain L’Auxerrois. The interior of the church has been little altered since the tower was added in 1880 and still retains original fixtures and fittings.

St Mark’s Church,
St Marks Rise, Colvestone Crescent,
E8 2LJ

020 7241 1771
St Marks Church

Tube: Dalston Overground
Train: Dalston Junction

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