Churches -- Tasmania



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Chalmer’s church building in Hobart before demolition

Colour photograph of a church building, constructed in greying sand stone, with ivy climbing up wall on attached building; originally the Chalmer’s Free Church and Manse, in Hobart, on the corner of Harrington and Bathurst streets, later the Chalmer’s Presbyterian Church; congregation merged with St Andrew’s in Hobart to form, Scots Church; Chalmers church building sold in 1954 to Neptune Oil Company, which demolished it to construct a fuel station.

Hal Wyatt

Church at Lauderdale

Colour photograph of sandstone church building at Lauderdale surrounded by picket fence.

Hal Wyatt

On the steps of Buckland church

Colour photograph of two people standing on steps of St John the Baptist Church at Buckland, a sandstone church built in the 1840s; with headstones and flowering plants in foreground.

Hal Wyatt

Photograph of the Congregational Church

Photograph of the Congregational Church, Broadmarsh, Tasmania. Taken April 1960.
Two churches were established at Broadmarsh, an Anglican church, St Augustine's in 1847 and a Congregational church in1861.
Location 1497 Elderslie Road. The Broadmarsh Uniting (Congregational) Church was built in 1861 on land owned by William Gunn, at ‘Arndell’.

Stone church building

Colour photograph of single-storey sandstone church building with flowering plum and extensive garden surrounds.

Hal Wyatt