Sunday, 22 December 2013

Wonderful Westburn

This is the spire of Westburn Church in Greenock, Scotland. 

The church was built in 1840 and the spire added in 1855.

Westburn Church is still used as a place of worship.  Denomination - Presbyterian, Church of Scotland.

Joining with InSPIREd Sunday.

The Greenockian


  1. What an impressive and beautiful structure. The spire with the clock is wonderful. I bet the inside is a beautiful as the outside. Merry Christmas. genie

  2. As Genie wrote, it is an impressive structure and «Louis» is happy to read that it is still used as a church in this increasingly secular world.
    Typical of Presbyterian churches of the time: no stained glass. Calvin would not have approved! :-)

  3. Great looking church, seems typical Scottish

  4. I love the spire. It is so very different than what I typically see. Thank you for sharing this week. Merry Christmas!

  5. awesome. i love the angles you got of this beauty. love the clock. i so need to travel to Scotland one day. i love every moment of our time there, i just know it. ( :

  6. Beautiful blue skies! The building looks quite Italian.

    Merry Christmas!

  7. Impressive stuff! All the best for Christmas and the New Year...


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