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Church of St Luke, Liverpool
St Luke's Church, Liverpool, England. Construction of the building began on April 9 1811, and it was consecrated on January 12 1831. It is situated on Berry Street at the top of Bold Street. It was design by John Foster.
On Monday May 5 1941 St Luke's was hit by an incendiary bomb and was burnt out. Today it still stands as a burnt out shell, its church yard is a public park. A memorial to the dead of the Irish famine has been added to the grounds recently.
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