St. Andrew's Cathedral, 1960s : night view


Saint Andrew's Cathedral at 11 St Andrew's Road, is an Anglican cathedral. Named after the Patron Saint of Scotland, it is the oldest Anglican House of worship in Singapore. It was designed by Lt-Col. Ronald Macpherson, with detailed work done by John Bennet and construction by Indian convict labourers. Donated by Lye Siew Fong, and displayed at the Heritage Roadshow 2008. HRS3_114. Date of creation estimated. Title devised by Library staff.

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This digital copy © National Library Board Singapore 2008. The original work © Lye Siew Fong.

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  • Architecture and Landscape>>Building Types>>Religious Buildings
  • Architecture and Landscape>>Building Types>>Historic Buildings
  • Anglican church buildings--Singapore--Photographs
  • Arts>>Architecture>>Religious buildings
  • Architecture--Singapore--Photographs

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