Christ Church, Pitsmoor

Christ Church is an Anglican church in the district, north of Sheffield City Centre in . By the mid-19th century, rapid population growth in the north of Sheffield led the Church of England to construct new churches in the area.

Notable Places in the Area

Park
Abbeyfield is a park in , , , , bought by the City Corporation in 1909. is situated 1300 feet northeast of Christ Church, Pitsmoor. Photo: Captain Scarlet, CC BY 2.5.

Theater
The is a theatre in , , England which opened in 1971. is situated 1 mile south of Christ Church, Pitsmoor. Photo: Chris Downer, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Historic site
The is a 1904-built steam engine used for hot rolling steel armour plate. is situated 2900 feet southwest of Christ Church, Pitsmoor.

Heritage site
The in , , England is a Grade II Listed Building and is the only example of this type of steel making furnace to survive intact in . is situated 1 mile southwest of Christ Church, Pitsmoor. Photo: Mick Knapton, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Localities in the Area

Suburb
is an inner city district of , , lying north of the city centre.

Suburb
is a suburb of the city of , it stands just 1 mile north-west of the city centre.

Suburb
is a former village, now a suburb of , England. Photo: David Lally, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Christ Church, Pitsmoor

Latitude
53.3971° or 53° 23' 49.6" north
Longitude
-1.4668° or 1° 28' 0.6" west
Open­Street­Map ID
way 121562302
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Also Known As

  • Egyptian Arabic: كنيسه المسيح
  • English: Christ Church
  • Christ Church Pitsmoor

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