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East Side Doors with Gothic Features:
First and Franklin Street Presbyterian Church


First and Franklin Street Presbyterian Church
First and Franklin Street Presbyterian Church

Description: These Gothic double doors at First and Franklin Street Presbyterian Church in Baltimore, Maryland are east double doors still having Gothic features. The main doors are now of glass while the other Gothic doorway features were retained. The photo shows the woodwork in the Gothic designs on the brown-painted doors with the arched stonework above and the columns and pillars in the Gothic Style on two sides and marble steps in front of the doors. The church was built from 1856 to 1859 and was designed by N.G. Starkweather. The church boasts of the tallest steeple in Baltimore at 275 ft., which was built in 1875.

Church Doors and Windows: 10 Churches in the Baltimore Presbytery
Client: Presbytery of Baltimore

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Update: Dec. 8, 2005