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St Giles' Catholic Church, Cheadle Staffordshire from the air

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aerial photograph of St Giles' Catholic Church, Cheadle Cheadle Staffordshire England UK. Grade I listed St Giles' Catholic Church was built 1842-1846 and designed by Augustus Pugin (1812 – 1852 ). St Giles is one of the best examples of Pugins Gothic revivakl architecture.

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