Harlow, Essex

Church of St. Mary Magdalene, Harlow, Essex

The little isolated Church of St. Mary Magdalene in a forgotten back-end of Harlow known as Potter Street was built by the vicar of Harlow in 1834. It is not quite clear why he went to this trouble as a parish did not exist here until 1865, by which time the church was already in a state of disrepair. It was enlarged and rebuilt in 1888 and then again in 1893 when the tower was added.

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