Photograph of The former Primitive Methodist Chapel, Little Crakehall, Yorkshire
The former Primitive Methodist Chapel, Little Crakehall
|Great Crakehall Primitive Methodist Church is at the north-eastern corner of the A684 main road and Blacksmith Bank, beside the river in Great Crakehall. The church was erected in 1897, close to a few houses at the Little Crakehall end of the district. As with a great many nonconformist chapels in the region, the history of this one is poorly documented. At some point, probably late in the twentieth century, it closed and the building was converted into a private dwelling. [The History Files]
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