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Christ Church, Coalville
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Christ Church, Coalville

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Julie Thomson
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Christ Church, Coalville
Exterior view of dark coursed stone-build church; narrow lancet windows along nave; large tree in foreground
1/4 Glass plate negative

Negatives Collection, Leicestershire Record Office

Christ Church stands on London Road in Coalville, NW Leics. It was built between 1836-1838, a few years after George Stephenson opened the nearby Snibston mine. Inside the church is a memorial to the 35 miners who died in the Whitwick Mining Disaster of 1898.
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