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Colebrook

contributed by degjessop, taken on 15 December 2013
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St. Patrick's Catholic Church, 1855, was designed by the English architect A. W. Pugin b 1804, and is the only substantial building left in the town that was first named Jerusalem. The name was changed to Colebrook Dale in 1834 and to Colebrook in 1894.

This picture is also part of the Bonzle Churches (open in new window) photo collection.