King's Weigh House in Binney Street
King's Weigh House in Binney Street
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King's Weigh House in Binney Street
View of front elevations of King's Weigh House congregational church and buildings at 21-22 Binney Street, Mayfair. The church was designed by Alfred Waterhouse in 1891 in Carolingian Romanesque style. Constructed in red brick and terracotta, it took its name from its original foundation as a dissenters' chapel in Eastcheap which was above the office for checking the weight of merchandise. It was later sold to Ukranian Catholics in 1967 and was known as the Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral of the Holy Family in Exile, and later the Cathedral of the Holy Family. With parked cars. The church is Grade II* listed; listing number 1210923. The other buildings are Grade II listed; listing numbers 1066438 and 1218556.
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