Auburn, SA - St John's Anglican (30208)
Year Built: 1862
History and Architecture:
A Gothic Revival church constructed form Auburn bluestone with quoins and dressings of Watervale sandstone it was built by Pike and Dale in 1862. Joseph Meller and James Scott cut the stone and Joseph Jones was one of the stone masons employed on this project. The roof is of Welsh slate while the steps are of Mintaro slate.
The Hall was built in 1908 by Bed Meller using some of the stone from the dismantled Wesleyan Chapel in Leasingham. The Foundation stone for the Hall was laid on 15 July 1908 by Mrs J.J. Duncan.
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