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Saltaire United Reformed Church

Saltaire was built in 1851 by Sir Titus Salt, a leading industrialist in the Yorkshire woollen industry. He built not only the church but a whole village to house his workers.

The name of the village is a combination of the founder's surname and the name of the river.


Price includes P&P (UK only for outside UK please contact for details).

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Framed and double mounted in neutral colours it will look beautiful in any decor whether contemporary or traditional

Beautifully double mounted in neutral colours and framed.
size including frame
3/4" x 213/4" (45cm x 55cm)
watercolour. bright sunlight. church. Titus Salt. Aire. yorkshire church. original watercolour. original watercolor. original artwork.
Beautifully mounted and framed

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