Cathedral Church of the Holy Transfiguration, London

This small Victorian building stands in a side street (Newton Avenue) off Acton High Street. We haven’t been able to find any specific history associated with the site, although the quoins on the front of the building have dedications on them dating to the 1860s which would be a good estimate for construction of the original building. It looks likely that it start life as a small church built for either the Anglicans or Catholics and like many has ceased to have that function. It is today a Cathedral for the Ukrainian Autocephalus Orthodox Church.

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