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Architectural Information
  • Building type: Church
  • Date of construction: 1813
  • Architect: Not Assigned
  • Listing: B
  • HB/SMR Ref: HB07/10/003
  • 2nd Survey by EHS: No
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St. Saviour's Church, Church Street, Connor

County Antrim

St. Saviour's Church, Church Street, Connor

Medium sized Gothic style church with 3 stage square tower (West end) with arched recessed doorway, fronting the nave. North transept only. East end corner vestry with entrance and modern boiler house behind. Main part of the church built with rubble basalt and sandstone dressing with sneck stones. Vestry and transept basalt also but more regular worked blocks and coursing. Tower has battlements and corner pinnacles

Building Stone Information

Stone Type Category: Basalt
Primary Stone Type: Basalt
Secondary Stone Type: Ballycastle Sandstone
Other Stone Type: Tardree Rhyolite
Replacement Stone Type: English Carboniferous Sandstone
Stonework Construction: Coursed rubble
Stonework Condition: Basalt stonework is in good condition but some sandstone detailing shows evidence of deterioration with scaling, flaking and granular disintegration resulting in surface roughening and loss of architectural detail.
Condition Assessment (QUB): 1


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