Places of Worship in Lochlee Parish in Tayside Region

  • Glenesk Old Parish Church

    The ruins of Glenesk Old Parish Church stand in a roughly rectangular graveyard overlooking Loch Lee. The present church, measuring 20m by 6m, was built some time in the late 17th century, replacing an earlier building&nbs...

    View of the church from the south (photo by Adam Colliar)
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  • Hill of Milton Chapel, Lochlee

    The ruins of this small former Episcopal Chapel or meeting house stand near the Burn of Rowan on the west facing slope of Hill of Milton. The heather covered stone remains stand up to half a metre in height in places. It was burnt to the...

    View of the chapel remains
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  • Lochlee Parish Church

    Lochlee Parish Church was built in 1803 to replace an earlier church, the remains of which stand at the east end of Lochlee. The 1803 church was said to have been built from stone taken from the outbuildings of Invermark Castle. The four...

    View of the church from the south-west
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  • Maule Memorial Church, Lochlee

    Maule Memorial Church was built by architects J., J.W. and W.H. Hay in 1857 as Tarfside Free Church. It consists of a rectangular nave, north-east tower and south porch. It was built with Saxon Romanesque detailing, including the herring...

    The tower from the north (photo taken by Adam Colliar)
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  • St Drostan's Episcopal Church, Glenesk

    St Drostan's Episcopal Church was built between 1878-9 by architects Matthews and Mackenzie of Aberdeen. The church consists of an aisleless nave and apsidal chancel with a southern porch. It was built with large, coursed granite blocks,...

    View of the church from the south-west
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