14 Wentworth St, Newstead. Google Maps.
138 Abbott St, Newstead. Google Maps.
From Launceston Historical Society’s “20th Century Churches in Launceston”:
Closed 1988. Was an outpost of Chalmers’ Presbyterian Church. Originally known as Chalmers’ Newstead, in 1965 the church became known at St Stephen’s, Newstead. In 1988 the congregation moved to Chant Street Uniting Church of Australia. Window high up on west wall was originally top sash of a window in Scots National Church, Charles Street.
St Thomas More’s Primary School, 125 Abbott Street, Newstead. Google Maps.
Now school hall.
3 Chant Stree, East Launceston. Google Maps.
Arthur St, East Launceston (between Berean St & Lanoma St). Google Maps.
Foundation stone laid 1893.
48 Abbott St, East Launceston. Google Maps.
1969 Apostolic Church of Australia. (Now in Forster St, Invermay.)
1986 Southern Presbyterian Church.
(From Launceston Historical Society’s “Launceston Churches of the 20th Century”.)
99 Elphin Rd, Newstead. Google Maps.
Developed from Cimitiere Street Baptist Tabernacle.
In 2001, combined with Christ Church Baptist Church to become City Baptist Church.
Mary Fox Chapel, Scotch Oakburn College, Elphin Road, Newstead.
The Launceston Historical Society’s leaflet “Launceston Churches of the 20th Century”: says the chapel was opened 1961, built by G.K. Luck, with Tom Tandy of Tandy Pryor & Rogers as the architect.
76 Margaret Street, Launceston. Google Maps.
Opened 1898 as Catholic Apostolic (Irvingites).
1913 sold to Christ of Church congregation (established 1884, now at Door of Hope).
45 Frederick Street, Launceston. Google Maps.
Launceston Examiner, 5 December 1857.