St. Andrew's Church, Lahore

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St. Andrew's Church, Lahore

St. Andrew's Church in Lahore, Pakistan, was built by the British in 1899, for the Christian employees of the Railways, in the Neo-Gothic style of architecture that was prevalent at the time.[1]


It was built near the Lahore Railway Station and is also known as the Railway Church.[2]

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