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Mile Cross Methodist church, Norwich
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Cross Methodist church, Norwich
In the 1930s, Mile Cross was famously the first large council estate in England, and it continued to sprawl eastwards until well into the 1960s. The Aylsham Road is its busiest thoroughfare, and the main landmark building on it is the vast Church of St Catherine. That great Art Deco fortress had been opened in 1935, but a little further out of town is another church which had been opened two years earlier.
Simon Knott, May 2010
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