This chapel, which was situated on the east side of London Road just north of Bellevue Road, was opened in 1865, built by a breakaway group from Portland Baptist Chapel. The builders were Joseph Bull and Sons. In World War Two it was used as a club for black American soldiers and was later taken over by the Women's Voluntary Service. It was sold to developers in 1965 and demolished in 1968.

Carlton Baptist Chapel

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Photograph, c.1968

Newspaper cutting:
Church to make way for Shops.

Further reading:
History of Southampton, by Rev. J. S. Davies, p432. (HS/h)


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