A fine and unusual late-Victorian Gothic building of buttressed facing brick, with a vaulted timber interior. Designed by T Martin Cappon and built in 1896. Its brick construction makes it unique among buildings of a similar date in Tayport, which are of stone, as are nearby examples of Cappon’s work: St Mary’s in Newport-on-Tay and the Leng Memorial Chapel at Vicarsford.
Sunday: 10.30 am
Open by arrangement
Contact St Margaret of Scotland, Tayport.
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