St George's Cullercoats
Coordinates: 55°01′52″N 1°25′52″W / 55.031°N 1.431°W / 55.031; -1.431
|St. George's Church, Cullercoats|
|Denomination||Church of England|
St. George's, Cullercoats, North Tyneside, England was built in the 19th century French Gothic style.
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