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The former St Ninians Catholic Church, Gretna

Built in 1917 along with most of the planned town of Gretna which was all built at the same time to accommodate the workers at Gretna Munitions factory during World War I. Today it is no longer a place a worship but has become a commercial wedding venue called Anvill Hall. The building is located on the triumphantly named, Victory Avenue. Map location.

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