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The former Methodist Chapel, Northallerton

The former Methodist Chapel, Northallerton
Morton-on-Swale Methodist Chapel stands on the northern side of the Morton-on-Swale A684, midway between the Station Lane and Rievaulx Drive junctions. A line of red brick houses lies close to the road to form this small village. At its eastern end a short lane leads north to Ainderby station on the extension of the North Eastern railway from Northallerton to Hawes. It is here that the Wesleyan chapel was founded in 1815. It is the earliest remaining of two in the village. [The History Files]

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The former Methodist Chapel is located at OS Grid Ref. SE3282092072

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