Neo-Gothic

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Also known as Late Gothic Revival, this style flourished in the early 1900s and is very similar to the earlier Gothic Revival, though usually not as complex or elaborate. Materials used include masonry and stone, and architectural detail is varied throughout the building. In addition, tile is frequently used on the façade. Many churches in York were designed in this style, including St. Mary’s, St. Patrick’s, Heidelburg UCC, Asbury United Methodist, Union Lutheran, and Calvary UCC.

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