Tin tabernacles are churches and related buildings made of corrugated iron, formerly built in Great Britain and elsewhere. Many designs were available in kit form, and could be highly decorated. These buildings were often established as mission halls or temporary shelter for new congregations. Relatively few tin tabernacles survive as places of worship today, and some that do have been made listed buildings.
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Media in category "Tin tabernacles"
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