SAINT EDMUNDS CHURCH, GATESHEAD HIGH STREET
A bit of a 'cartoon' image combining two i-Phone panoramas as there was very limited space!
From public records:
The oldest part of what is now Saint Edmund's church on Gateshead High Street, was originally part of the hospital of Saint Edmund. For many years following the reformation it lay in ruins, but in 1837 after restoration work supervised by John Dobson it was reopened as Trinity Chapel (there already being a St. Edmunds' chapel in the town at this time). The building was extended in 1893 and renamed Holy Trinity. In recent years, the extension (to the left in the photo) has become a community centre, while the church (on the right) has been renamed Saint Edmund's (the other Saint Edmund's church on the Old Durham Road having been demolished).